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    Eligibility for CEO DEO and DEEO exams?

    i am doing my teaching profession i have done my BSc mathematics UG and PG WITH history will it elegible for CEO competitive eam? elegiblity for CEO DEO AND DEEO

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    Amit Kumar Pal Array
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    Re: Eligibility for CEO DEO and DEEO exams?

    Originally Posted by "Unregistered"
    Eligibility for CEO DEO and DEEO exams?
    Dear Aspirant,

    Note:- You didn't mentail full form DEO means Data Entry Operator As well as District Educational Officer. That's why i give you both information.

    Eligibility For CEO:-

    CEO stands for Chief Executive Officer. There is specific eligibility criteria to become CEO. But Master degree in Management is mostly Preferred for a CEO.

    But You should complete you MBA from a recognized university because most of the company hired to those who have good experience of a company.

    You must have a good knowledge about Law, Finance and Management.And mainly companies required minimun 6-7 year expierence.

    CEO himself can be the owner of the company or any other person. Leadership quality is one of the important aspects for a CEO.You have good communication skill, managing skill & problem solving skill are also required for this post.

    A CEO should maintain a good relation with both a employee and a management in an organization.

    Eligibility Criteria For DEO ( Data Entry Operator):-

    A.Educational qualification : Candidate should be 12th passed from a recognized Board or equivalent.
    B. Age: The Candidate should be b/w age group of 18-27 years.

    (You can apply for this post through SSC, Because SSC Conducted CHSl Exam in every year. For more detail you can visit official website ssconline.nic.in)

    --> In this year you are late to take a part In Upcoming session.

    And For DEO (District Educational Officer):-

    The eligibility for District Educational Officers may vary from one state to other.

    Here is the information about DEO(District Educational Officer)
    Eligibility
    1.Masters Degree of any recognized University a degree of equivalent standard with not less than 50% of marks in the masters degree.
    and
    2.B.T /BED degree of a recognized University or a degree of equivalent standard etc.


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    lakshmi dhana Array
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    Re: Eligibility for CEO DEO and DEEO exams?

    Dear aspirant. . . . .Eligibility for CEO DEO and DEEO exams. . .is that you should be a post graduate from recognised institution. . . . . .and no age limit. . .to apply for that exam. . . .since i have done your BSc mathematics UG and PG WITH history you are eligible for CEO competitive exam . . .hope it helps you.

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    Re: Eligibility for CEO DEO and DEEO exams?

    Dear Friend!

    You should have Eligibility for these:

    Age should be below 30 yrs for open market.
    Age should be below 40 yrs for teachers employed in recognised aided Secondary Schools or HIgher Secondary Schools.
    No maximum age limit for SCs, SC , Sts, MBCs/DCs, BCs, BCMs and Destitute Widows of all castes.
    Age relaxation up to 5 yrs is available for persons those who are affected by the ban order as per the orders of the Government.

    thx

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