Rajya Sabha Secretariat notifies 143 clerical, other vacancies

Rajya Sabha Secretariat notifies 143 clerical, other vacanciesThe Rajya Sabha Secretariat has invited applications for recruitment to as many as 143 vacancies of Junior Parliamentary Interpreter, Senior Legislative and Assistant posts. Last date of submission of application in prescribed format is August 28.

The General category applicants are required to pay Rs 100 for each application form, while the SC/ST/PWD, female and ex-serviceman candidates are exempted from payment of the fee.

 

As per selection procedure, the shortlisting of the candidates will be based on preliminary exam, written exam, skill test and interview.

 

Age limit:

According to eligibility criteria, the candidates applying for the posts must not be aged more than 30 years. However, applicants belonging to reserved categories will get age relaxation according to government guidelines.

 

Educational qualification:

Junior Parliamentary Interpreter: Applicants have to possess a Master's degree in English/Hindi/Assamese/Marathi/Urdu from a recognised university or institute. They also must have an experience in translation or interpretation work in the relevant language as well as a certificate in computer course recognised by AICTE/DOEACC or courses equivalent to 'O' level.

 

Research Assistant: Applicants must possess a Master's or Bachelor's degree in any discipline from a recognised university or institute. Applicants having a degree or diploma in Library Science will be given preference.

 

Vacant details:

Total posts: 143

Name of the post:

Junior Parliamentary Reporter: 8

Junior Parliamentary Interpreter: 4

Senior Executive / Legislative: 23

Research Assistant: 8

Translator: 28

Security Assistant Grade-II: 16

Stenographer: 06

Junior Library Assistant: 2

Junior Proof Reader: 13

Junior Clerk: 33

Staff Car Driver: 2

 

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First published on July 20, 2016