NCERT LDC Recruitment 2016 – The notification for the recruitment of Lower Division Clerk (LDC) posts has been released by The National Council Of Educational Research And Training (NCERT). NCERT has released the notification to fill up around 70 LDC vacancies. The application form starts as per the schedule given below. Candidate should apply on or before the last date of application. The interested and eligible candidates can apply for the forms as they are available online on the official website of the NCERT.
NCERT LDC Recruitment 2016
Interested candidates can apply for NCERT LDC Recruitment 2016. The registration process must be done before the deadline of the last date. The interested students must follow the steps to apply for the application form. Candidates can check all the details of NCERT LDC Recruitment 2016 like vacancies details, application procedure, selection procedure etc from this page given below.
NCERT LDC Vacancy Details
- Name of Post : Lower Division Clerk (LDC)
- Number of Vacancies: 70
- Pay Scale: Rs. 5200/- to Rs. 20200/- with GP Rs. 1900/-
Schedule of NCERT LDC Recruitment 2016 is given below.
|Last date of filing online application||08 Feb 2016 upto 5:00 PM|
|Last date for receiving hard copy of application||22 Feb 2016 upto 5:00 PM|
|Date of Examination||04 Dec 2016|
|Date of Typing Test||
05-09 Jun 2017
NCERT LDC Shortlisted Candidates for Typing Test
List of Shortlisted candidates who stand on merit in the LDC recruitment examination held on 4/12/2016 (Typing Skill Test on 05/09 Jun) is given below.
NCERT LDC Result 2016
Result of NCERT LDC Recruitment examination 2016 has been declared. Following candidates have been provisionally shortlisted to appear for the type test. Candidates can check the result through the direct link provided below.
NCERT LDC Application Form 2016
Eligible Candidates shall be fill Online Application on or before the last date. Before filling up the online application form, candidates are advised to go through instructions carefully and confirm eligibility with regard to qualification/experience/age etc. Candidates can also login to know URN of Application for LDC through the link provided below.
Fees payable: Application fees of Rs.200/- (non-refundable) is payable in the form of Bank Draft/Banker Cheque drawn in favour of “Secretary, NCERT” and payable at New Delhi by all candidates except SC/ST/PWD/Women candidates. While sending Demand Draft alongwith application form, name of the candidate and URN should be written on the reverse side of the Bank Draft.
General Instruction for filling Online Application
Fields with STAR (*) marks are mandatory and essential to be filled in by the candidate. When all the required information have been provided, click submit button. However, before clicking “Submit” button, candidate must make sure that no changes are required. After application is submitted, no alteration will be entertained.
After submission of the application, a confirmation page with a Unique Registration Number (URN) is appear. Candidates need to print this page, paste the recent passport size photograph, cross sign the photograph, sign application form and send it alongwith application fees in the form of Bank Draft/Bankers Cheque (mentioning the name of the candidate and URN of the application on the back side) drawn in favour of Secretary, NCERT payable at New Delhi to Section Officer, R-II Section, NCERT, Sri Aurobindo Marg, New Delhi-110016 by ordinary post only.
Hard copy of the application received after last date or without any of the above documents/requirement and without quoting Unique Registration Number (URN) generated online will not be entertained/considered and will be rejected. No communication in this regard will be entertained and duplicate applications will also be rejected. NCERT will not be responsible for any postal delay.
Essential Educational Qualification:
- 12th class pass or equivalent from a recognized Board or University.
- A typing speed of 35 w.p.m. in English or 30 w.p.m. in Hindi on computer.
- Candidate’s age should be in Between 18 to 27 years
- Age relaxation will be given to SC/ST/OBC/PWD/
- Ex-servicemen candidates as per Govt. of India Rules.
- Candidate belonging to PWD category should meet the prescribed criteria of physical disability of the respective category as per the Govt. of India Rules.
- There is no age limit for the NCERT employees
Selection will be made on the basis on Written Examination and Skill Test. Those who qualify in the written exam will have to appear for skill test on Computer. Typing speed of 35 w.p.m. in English or 30 w.p.m. in Hindi (35 w.p.m. and 30 w.p.m. corresponding to 10500 KDPH / 9000KDPH on an average of 5 key depressions for each word) is required to qualify the skill test. Skill test on Computer will be conducted by Council.
Written Exam: (150 Marks and 3 Hours duration) (Hindi or English)
|General Knowledge||50 Marks (Objective type)|
|General English||50 Marks (Objective type)|
|Written Expression||50 Marks (Descriptive type)|
On the basis of result of written examination, number of candidates to be called for the skill test will be decided by the Council and no communication/ request in this regard will be entertained.
Final merit list will be prepared in respect of those who qualify skill test on computer with the prescribed speed limit. Skill test is of qualifying nature and no marks for the skill test will be given. Merit position of the successful candidates in skill test will be prepared on the basis of numbers secured in written examination.
No TA/DA or local conveyance shall be paid to the candidates called for written/skill tests.
Canvassing or bringing influence in any form shall disqualify candidature of the applicant without notice.
The result of the examination whenever declared will be available on the website of the NCERT at www.ncert.nic.in -> announcement -> vacancies -> non-academic. No communication will be entertained in respect of result of the examination.
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