Parliament of India – 12 Posts for Hindi Assistant
Post Recruitment: – Parliament of India has issued a notification for the recruitment of Hindi Assistant (Group-B) on permanent basis.
Post: – Hindi Assistant (Group-B)
Location: – New Delhi
Last date: – 31-August-2015
Age Limit: – Maximum 27 years
Advertisement Number: – 04/2015
Total Post: – 12 Posts,
Name of the post: – Hindi Assistant (Group-B)
1- UR – 07 posts,
2- OBC – 04 posts,
3- ST – 01 post,
Qualification: – Master’s degree in the Hindi with English subject from recognized university/ institute.
OR Master’s degree in the English with Hindi subject from recognized university/ institute.
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Pay Scale: – Rs. 9300-34800 + Grade pay 4600/- per month.
Age Limit: – Maximum 27 years as on 31st August-2015 (relaxable up to 03 years for OBC, 05 years for SC/ ST & 10 years for PWD candidates).
Selection Process: – Candidates will be selected on the basis of written examination as per the following scheme:-
(A) Preliminary Examination: – Duration of exam 75 Minutes only.
Part A – General Knowledge and Current Affairs – 50 Marks
Part B – General English – 50 Marks
Part C – General Hindi – 50 Marks
(B) Main Examination: – Duration of exam 02/ 03 hours only.
(i) Part A – Translation from English to Hindi – 50 Marks
Part B – Translation from Hindi to English – 50 Marks
(ii) Part A – English Essay, Precis and Grammar – 50 Marks
Part B – Hindi Essay, Precis and Grammar – 50 Marks
How to apply: – Candidates application should be forwarded by post, addressed to The Joint Recruitment Cell, Room Number 521, Parliament House Annexes’, New Delhi-110001, till date 31th August-2015.
About Parliament of India
The Indian Parliament (भारतीय संसद) is the supreme legislative body in India. Parliament is composed of: – The President of India, Lok Sabha (House of the People) & Rajya Sabha (Council of States).
The president in his role as head of legislature has full powers to summon and prorogue either house of Parliament or to dissolve Lok Sabha. However, in keeping with the Westminster Model of governance, the president rarely exercises such powers without the advice of the prime minister.