Parliament of India 2020 Jobs Recruitment. Parliament of India has released official notification for the job openings of Parliamentary Reporter vacancies. Check the eligibility and notification prior to apply for the positions.

Closing date is on :- 28th January, 2020.

No.of Posts and Vacancies :-

Parliamentary Reporter - 21 Posts

Job Location - New Delhi 

Other Qualification Details :-

Applications are invited from eligible Indian citizens for filling up of the following vacancies for the post of Parliamentary Reporter (erstwhile post of Parliamentary Reporter Grade-II) [Level 10 (Rs. 56100 - 177500) in the Pay Matrix] in Lok Sabha Secretariat on Direct Recruitment basis:-

1. Parliamentary Reporter 21 Post

2. Qua : Bachelor's degree in any discipline from a recognised University and shorthand speed of 160 words per minute in English/Hindi.

3. Desirable : Certificate in computer course recognised 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 I In case sufficient number of candidates with requisite shorthand speed are not available, those with shorthand speed of 140 words per minute may be considered for appointment on the condition that they should qualify shorthand test at the speed of 160 words per minute within a year, failing which they will not be granted annual increment and their confirmation in the grade deferred. Note II In case sufficient number of candidates qualifying the written examination at prescribed standards are not available, those who do not qualify the written examination, but obtained not less than 50% of the qualifying marks in the written test, may also be considered for appointment, subject to the condition that they should qualify the written examination at the prescribed standards within a year failing which they will not be granted annual increment and their confirmation in the grade deferred. There shall be no time limit for withholding of increment and deferment of confirmation in the above cases and if there is deferment of confirmation in the grade, the grant of Time Scale Promotion (TSP)/Promotion shall also be deferred.

Age: Upper Age Limit 40 years.

Address :-

The Recruitment Branch, Lok Sabha Secretariat, Room No. 521, Parliament House Annexe, New Delhi-110001

Note :-

(i) The names of the applicant and her/his Father/Mother in the certificate should be strictly as recorded in the Matriculation Certificate. In case the certificate(s) is/are in language other than English/Hindi, the applicant shall submit self-attested translated version of the same either in English or in Hindi.
(ii) In case of the candidates claiming to be SC/ST/OBC, the candidate’s Caste; the Act/Order under which the Caste is recognised as SC/ST/OBC; and the village/town the candidate is ordinarily a resident of, should be clearly indicated in the certificate.
(iii) In SC/ST/OBC certificate, the Caste and/or Sub-Caste name should be strictly according to the Central List as is available on the website i.e. in respect of SCs, on in respect of STs and on in respect of OBCs. The certificate should have been signed by a competent authority not less than Tehsildar with legible stamp of her/his designation either in Hindi or in English. The certificate must contain a round seal of the concerned issuing authority/office. In case of a round seal in regional language, another seal in either English or Hindi may also be affixed.
(iv) In case, SC/ST/OBC certificate is issued to a candidate residing in a State on the basis of the relevant certificate issued to her/his parent in another State, relevant migration clause should have been duly filled up.
(v) Other Backward Classes (OBC) means those communities as included and specified in the Central Government list of the backward classes. OBC certificate of an applicant must show that the Caste the candidate belongs to is recognised as OBC under various Resolutions of the Ministry of Welfare, Government of India, and that the person does not belong to creamy layer section. OBC applicants will have to give an undertaking (ANNEXURE-II), in addition to the OBC certificate.
(vi) In case of an OBC certificate issued prior to 01.04.2019, a fresh certificate as per orders contained in Department of Personnel and Training O.M. No.36012/22/93-Estt.(SCT) dated 08.09.1993 and certifying that the applicant does not belong to the persons/sections (Creamy Layer) mentioned in Column 3 of the Schedule to the said O.M., as amended from time to time, must be got prepared inter-alia satisfying the conditions at (i) to (v) above.
(vii) EWS applicants will have to submit an Income & Asset Certificate as per ANNEXURE-III.
XV. NUMBER OF VACANCIES: The number of vacancies specified in respect of the post is subject to change.
XVI. RIGHT TO CANCEL THE PROGRAMME OF RECRUITMENT: Lok Sabha Secretariat reserves the right to cancel the programme of recruitment to this post at any stage without any prior notice and without assigning any reason therefor.
XVII. The last date for receipt of applications is 28.01.2020.
XVIII. Candidates should clearly note that the Recruitment Branch will in no case be responsible for nonreceipt of their applications or any delay in receipt thereof on any account whatsoever. They should, therefore, ensure that their applications reach the Recruitment Branch on or before the last prescribed date.
XIX. Candidates can put their applications in the box kept for the purpose at the Reception Office, Parliament House Annexe, New Delhi. However, no acknowledgement will be issued for the same.
XX. The candidate must be of sound bodily health. The appointment of the selected candidates will be subject to being found medically fit as per the prescribed procedure in this regard. They will be required to undergo medical examination, prior to being appointed after due selection.
XXI. Mobiles, other electronic gadgets and wireless equipments are banned within the premises of examination centre. Their possession by a candidate in switched on or switched off mode is considered by the Lok Sabha Secretariat as a manipulative practice and will invite cancellation of her/his candidature and/or debarment from the examinations conducted by Lok Sabha Secretariat.
XXII. The applicants are advised to keep on visiting the website Recruitment from time to time for information relating to :
(i) Cancellation or addendum or corrigendum to this Advertisement, if any;
(ii) Dates of Shorthand Test and Written Test (about 30 days prior to the Test) and also Personal Interview; and iii) Results of the different stages of the examination process. XXIII. The Hon'ble High Court of Delhi at New Delhi will have the jurisdiction to settle and decide all matters and disputes, if any, related to this recruitment process.

Selection Procedure :-

Eligible candidates will have to appear in Shorthand Test, Written Test and Personal Interview at Delhi/New Delhi only (exact venue will be indicated in the admit cards which will be issued to the eligible candidates)

Steps to Apply :-

I. Eligible candidates have to apply for the above post in a typewritten/printed application form, either in English or in Hindi, strictly in the format prescribed in this Advertisement. 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. The admission of candidates at all the stages of 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 cancelled/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 cancelled, in case they fraudulently claim eligibility for a post or they fraudulently claim SC/ST/OBC/EWS/PH/ex-Serviceman status.
II. Applications which are illegible, not conforming to the instructions contained in this Advertisement or received after the last date will be summarily rejected.
III. Candidates in Government service should submit their application through proper channel only. No such application will be accepted 7 days after the last date specified.
IV. Applicants should affix two identical self-attested recent passport size photographs, one on the application form and the other on the attendance sheet.
V. Canvassing in any manner would lead to summary rejection of application and candidature at any stage.
VI. 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. 11 of the application, will be rejected.
VII. For candidates staying abroad and for those residing in Andaman & Nicobar Islands/ Lakshadweep/Assam/Meghalaya/Arunachal Pradesh/Mizoram/Manipur/Nagaland/Tripura/Sikkim/Jammu & Kashmir/Lahaul and Spiti districts and Pangi Sub-division of Chamba District of Himachal Pradesh, the last date for receipt of application by post only (not by Hand or by Courier) will be 7 days after the last date specified for others.
VIII. Candidates should send their application in an envelope superscribing clearly the name of the post applied for on the cover of the envelope.
IX. Applicants must fill up all the columns of application form properly. Applications complete in all respects should be sent to:- The Recruitment Branch, Lok Sabha Secretariat, Room No. 521, Parliament House Annexe, New Delhi-110001. Incomplete applications shall be summarily rejected.
X. The last date for receipt of applications is 28.01.2020. Advt. No. 2/2019