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Wednesday, 20 February 2013

Parliament of India Security Assistant Recruitment-2013

Applications are invited from eligible Indian citizens for filling up vacancies for the following Security Assistant posts in Lok Sabha Secretariat. interested candidates can apply government jobs for security officer in  Parliament of India before 21 Mar 2013.
Vacancy Details
Name of post:rojgar samachar for security officer in Parliament of India-2013
Executive/ Legislative/ Committee/ Protocol Assistant : 09 posts,
Security Assistant Grade-II (Technical) : 52 posts,
Security Assistant Grade-II (to be filled from amongst Ex-Servicemen) : 02 posts,
Junior Library Assistant : 15 posts,
Junior Clerk : 23 posts,
No of posts: 111 Posts
Location of Posting:Delhi
Job Eligibility (education, age): Bachelor's degree in any discipline from a recognized university. Desirable: Certificate in computer course recognized by All India Council for Technical Education (AICTE)/ Department of Electronics Accreditation of Computer Courses (DOEACC) or courses equivalent to ‘O’ Level in terms of syllabus and duration of course as prescribed by DOEACC.
UPPER AGE LIMIT: 27 years.
Salary: Rs. 9300 - 34800 Grade Pay Rs. 4600
Selection process:Eligible candidates will have to appear in written examination/trade test/personal interview as per the following scheme: A Preliminary examination for post nos.1, 4 and 5:Subject Marks Time Part-A Part-B General Knowledge & Current Affairs General English (50 multiple choice objective type questions in each part.) 50 minutes.The marks secured by the candidates in this paper will not be counted while preparing the final selection list. Only those candidates who obtain the minimum qualifying marks in each component and aggregate in the Preliminary Examination will be called for the next stage of examination process.
How To Apply
Applications complete in all respects in the prescribed format should be sent by post only to: Eligible candidates have to apply in typewritten form for the above posts, either in English or in Hindi, strictly in the prescribed format. The format of the application can be downloaded from the website under the link ‘Recruitment’.  Candidates desirous of applying for more than one post should submit separate application form for each post The Joint Recruitment Cell, Room No. 521, Parliament House Annexe, New Delhi -110001
Important Dates And Important Links
Last date to Apply:21-03-2013
Link here to download notification :
Address:
Parliament of India
(Joint Recruitment Cell)
Lok Sabha Secretariat
About The Organization
Lok Sabha is composed of representatives of the people chosen by direct election on the basis of the adult suffrage. The maximum strength of the House envisaged by the Constitution is 552, which is made up by election of upto 530 members to represent the States, upto 20 members to represent the Union Territories and not more than two members of the Anglo-Indian Community to be nominated by the Hon'ble President, if,  in his/her opinion, that community is not adequately represented in the House. The total elective membership is distributed among the States in such a way that the ratio between the number of seats allotted to each State and the population of the State is, so far as practicable, the same for all States.The basic function of Parliament is to make laws. All legislative proposals  have to be brought in the form of Bills before Parliament.  A Bill  is a  statute  in draft and  cannot become law unless it has received the approval of  both the Houses of  Parliament and  the assent of the President of India.The process of law making begins with the introduction of a Bill in either House of Parliament.  A Bill can be introduced either by a Minister or a member other than a Minister. In the former case, it is called a Government Bill and in the latter case, it is known as a Private Member's Bill.A  Bill undergoes three readings in each House, i.e.,  the Lok Sabha and the Rajya Sabha,  before it is submitted to the President for assent. The First Reading refers to (i) motion for  leave to introduce a  Bill in the House on the adoption of  which  the Bill is  introduced; or(ii) in the case of a Bill  originated in  and passed by the other House,  the laying on the  Table of the House of  the   Bill, as passed by the other House.

7 comments:

  1. sir what is typewritten form

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    1. The prescribed format is typed by individual and send to concern address

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  4. exam date for Security Assistant Grade-II (technical)

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