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Press Council of India Recruitment for Stenographer Grade ‘D’ Vacancy: – Press Council of India (PCI) has released its notification for recruitment of Stenographer Grade ‘D’ post. If you want to make a career with the PCI Job, then this is your chance. Apply for this Recruitment and make the most of this opportunity.


Department: Press Council of India (PCI).
Posts: Stenographer Grade ‘D’.
Total posts: 01 Post.
Eligibility: 12th Passed.
Age Limit: Maximum 27 years.
Apply Fee: Nil.
Extended Last date: 07th December 2020.
Salary: Rs.5,200/- to 20,200
Job Location: New Delhi.
Apply Mode: Offline.
Notification: 1/7/2018-PCI (Admn.)
Official Website:
Note: Male & Female candidates can apply.


Vacancy details of PCI Recruitment: –

Total Vacancy: – 01 Post.
Name of post: – Stenographer Grade ‘D’.

Eligibility Criteria for PCI Recruitment: –

Qualification: – Must have passed 12th standard or equivalent from the recognized Board or University.

Age Limit: – Between 18 years to 27 years as on 01.11.2020.

Age Relaxation: – 05 years for SC/ST, 03 years for OBC and 10 years for PWD category candidates.

Selection Process: – As per candidate’s performance in Physical Test, Practical Test & Written Examination & Skill Test.

Note: – If you have any query regarding selection process then you must see the notification and read carefully.

How to apply: – The candidates can apply offline application through the address “the Secretary, Press Council of India, Soochna Bhawan, 8, CGO Complex, Lodhi Road, New Delhi- 110 003” from 09 October 2020 to 07 December 2020.

Important dates for PCI Vacancy: –

  • Starting date for offline application – 09 October 2020.
  • Extended Last date for offline application – 07 December 2020.

Official Notification for PCI Vacancy: –

Click here for extended date notice.
Click here for recruitment notification & Application Form. 

About PCI Recruitment.
The Press Council of India is a statutory, adjudicating organization in India formed in 1966 by its parliament. It is the self-regulatory watchdog of the press, for the press and by the press, that operates under the Press Council Act of 1978.

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