Lok Sabha Secretariat Recruitment 2020 » Lok Sabha Secretariat has released the Free Job Alert Recruitment 2020 Notification. Lok Sabha Secretariat Advertisement is issued for the Parliamentary Interpreter Posts. As mention in the “Lok Sabha Secretariat Recruitment Notification”, the total number of vacancies is 12. Interested Candidates after checking all the details can proceed to apply offline for it before the Specified Closing Date. 18 August 2020 is the Final date for the application submission.
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“Lok Sabha Secretariat Recruitment 2020” Notification, Apply for 12 Parliamentary Interpreter Posts
|★ Job Highlights ★|
|Organization Name||Lok Sabha Secretariat|
|Posts Name||Parliamentary Interpreter|
|Publish Date||July 11, 2020|
|Last Date||August 18, 2020|
|Application Mode||Offline Submission|
|Job Category||Central Government Jobs|
|Job Location||Across India|
Posts & Qualification Details
|Posts Name||No. of Posts||Eligibility|
|English/Hindi Interpreters||7||Master’s degree in English with medium* of Hindi language up to Degree Level OR Master’s degree in Hindi with medium* of English language up to Degree Level. Desirable: (1) Experience in translation or interpretation work; and (2) Certificate in computer course recognized by All India Council for Technical Education (AICTE)/National Institute of Electronics & Information Technology (NIELIT) or courses equivalent to ‘O’ Level in terms of syllabus and duration of course as prescribed by NIELIT.|
|Regional Language Interpreters||5||Master’s degree in English or any other discipline (with English as a medium* of instruction) with regional language concerned up to
Degree Level. Desirable: (1) Experience in translation or interpretation work; and (2) Certificate in computer course recognized by All India Council for Technical Education (AICTE)/ National Institute of Electronics & Information Technology (NIELIT) or courses equivalent to ‘O’ Level in
terms of syllabus and duration of course as prescribed by NIELIT.
Note: Candidates must meet the required eligibility criteria as per the official Lok Sabha Secretariat Recruitment Notification. In case of eligibility, circumstances don’t look forward by a specific candidate at any stage of the recruitment process, then their candidature is liable to be canceled.
- Publish Date: July 11, 2020
- Last Date: August 18, 2020
- Maximum age limit for English/Hindi Interpreters Candidates: 27 Years
- Maximum age limit for Regional Language Interpreters Candidates: 35 Years
- The Application Submission fees for Parliamentary Interpreter Candidates: Check Notification
- Pay Scale for Parliamentary Interpreter Posts: Level 10 (Rs. 56100 – 177500)
Application Apply Offline – Lok Sabha Secretariat Recruitment 2020
- Eligible candidates have to apply for the above post strictly in the format prescribed in this Advertisement, either in English or in Hindi. The candidates may take a print out of the same. The candidates are advised to carefully fill up the various columns in the application form. It is the sole responsibility of the candidates to ensure that she/he fulfills the eligibility criteria. After filling up the application form, the candidates are advised to scan the application form along with the requisite documents required and e-mail the same on the e-mail address, [email protected] admission of candidates at all the stages of the examination will be purely provisional subject to satisfying the prescribed eligibility conditions. In the event of any information furnished by a candidate being found false or incorrect at any stage or not satisfying the eligibility conditions according to the requirements mentioned in this advertisement, her/his candidature/appointment is liable to be canceled/terminated. The applicants are also cautioned that they may be permanently debarred from the Examinations conducted/to be conducted by Lok Sabha Secretariat and/or their appointment may be canceled, in case they fraudulently claim eligibility for a post or they fraudulently claim SC/ ST/ OBC/ EWS/ PH/ ex-Serviceman status.
- Applications which are illegible, not conforming to the instructions contained in this advertisement or received after the last date will be summarily rejected.
- Candidates in Government service should submit their application through proper channel by e-mail only. No such application will be accepted 7 days after the last date specified.
- The photograph of the applicant on the application form and attendance sheet should be identical.
- Canvassing in any manner would lead to summary rejection of application and candidature at any stage.
- All particulars (except Residential Address) furnished by the applicant will be treated as final and no change will be allowed therein later on. The applications of the candidates who do not specify their category at Sl. No. 12 of the application, will be rejected.
Selection Process & Exam Pattern
Eligible candidates will have to appear in the Oration Test/Written Test/Simultaneous Interpretation Test/Personal Interview as follows:
I. Oration Test: Candidates will be subjected to an Oration test which will be of 200 marks. During the Oration test, a candidate for the post of Regional Language Interpreter will be required to speak extempore in English for 3 minutes on any one of the 7 topics given to her/him. A candidate for the post of English/Hindi Interpreter will, however, be required to speak for 3 minutes in English and 3 minutes in Hindi on any one of the 7 topics in English and 7 topics in Hindi that will be placed before the candidate. The objective is to assess fluency; language content; style, pronunciation and accent; material content; and voice of the candidates.
II. Written Test: Only those candidates who qualify the Oration Test at the required standards will be allowed to appear in a Written Test comprising the following papers:
a) For Regional Language Interpreters – (i) 50 Multiple choice objective type questions each on General Knowledge & Current Affairs; General English; and General regional
language concerned – 150 Marks (75 Minutes); and
(ii) Translation from concerning language to English which will be of 200 Marks
b) For English/Hindi Interpreters – (i) 50 Multiple choice objective type questions each on General Knowledge & Current Affairs; General English; and General Hindi – 150 Marks (75 Minutes); and (ii) Translation from English to Hindi of 100 Marks and from Hindi to English of 100 Marks (2 Hours).
Candidates will have to qualify both papers of the Written Test and components thereof at the requisite standards. Paper-II of only those candidates will be evaluated who secure the minimum qualifying marks in each component of Paper-I. Only those candidates who qualify the Written Test will be allowed to appear in the Simultaneous Interpretation Test. Prior to that, they would be provided with one or two-day training in simultaneous interpretation. The actual period of training will be intimated to the candidate’s vide call letter.
III. Simultaneous Interpretation Test for (i) Regional Language Interpreters – from concerning language to English (10 Minutes) which will be of 200 Marks; and (ii) English/ Hindi Interpreters – from English to Hindi (5 Minutes) of 100 Marks and from Hindi to English (5 Minutes) of 100 Marks. The performance of the candidates will be assessed
under-five specific parameters, i.e. Coverage; Accuracy; Style and Diction; Continuity of Interpretation; and Voice, Pronunciation, and Accent.
Only those candidates who qualify the Simultaneous Interpretation Test at the
requisite standards will be allowed to appear in the Personal Interview.
IV. Personal Interview: The personal interview will carry 50 Marks. Candidates will have to qualify the Personal Interview at the requisite standards. From amongst the candidates who qualify Personal Interview, the selection will be made on the basis of the overall performance of the candidates in the Oration Test, Written Test, Simultaneous Interpretation Test, and Personal Interview, subject to availability of vacancies.
The candidates belonging to SC, ST and OBC categories availing the benefit of their category for qualifying the written test and/or the Personal Interview and/or in age will not be entitled to occupy ‘UR’ vacancy.
|Read the official notification for detailed information|
|How to Apply||Offline Form Send Here:
DIGP, Group Centre, CRPF, Bhopal, Village-Bangrasia, Taluk-Huzoor, District-Bhopal, M.P.-462045
|Notification & Form||Download Here
|Official Website||Click here|
Lok Sabha Secretariat Parliamentary Interpreter Jobs 2020 Admit Card
The Lok Sabha Parliamentary Interpreter 2020 Admit Card for the written examination is estimated to be released online approximately 2 weeks before the scheduled exam date for the official examination.
The Lok Sabha Secretariat Recruitment 2020 Admit Card will contain the name of the applicant, the post applied for, the DOB, gender, category, exam center details along with the date and time. In case of any disturbance in the Lok Sabha Secretariat recruitment printed on the admit card, candidates have to liaise with the Lok Sabha Secretariat Official Website/Headquarters.
Steps to download Admit Card
- Go to the official Lok Sabha Secretariat web site for Parliamentary Interpreter Admit Card 2020
- Click on on the hyperlinks for ‘Lok Sabha Secretariat Parliamentary Interpreter Admit Card 2020‘
- Enter ‘Application/ID Number’ and ‘Date of Birth’
- Download and take the hard copy/print out of the admit card.
Result – Lok Sabha Secretariat Parliamentary Interpreter Recruitment 2020
The Sarkari Result of the Lok Sabha Secretariat Parliamentary Interpreter is predicted to be presented on the official web site within a few months from the exam conduct date. Candidates who pass the written examination will find their names in the list of candidates selected for the subsequent round of the recruitment process. Candidates making them to the merit list will likely be shortlisted for the next round i.e. Document Verification.