Parliament of India, Rajya Sabha Secretariat has published notification for the Rajya Sabha Secretariat Recruitment 2016 of 143 Junior Parliamentary Interpreter, Junior Parliamentary Reporter, Senior Executive, Research Assistant, Stenographer, Security Assistant, Junior Library Assistant, Junior Clerk, Translator, Junior Proof Reader & Staff Car Driver vacancies. Interested candidates can check all the details of Rajya Sabha Secretariat Recruitment 2016 like age, educational qualification, selection process & how to apply etc given below on this page.
Rajya Sabha Secretariat Recruitment 2016
Rajya Sabha Secretariat will conduct examination for filling up total about 143 posts. All candidates fulfilling the prescribed eligibility conditions and possessing qualification will be eligible to apply for Rajya Sabha Secretariat Recruitment 2016 post.
Rajya Sabha Secretariat Recruitment 2016 Vacancy Details
Total posts – 143
Name of Posts
- Junior Parliamentary Interpreter
- English/ Hindi
- Junior Parliamentary Reporter
- Senior Executive/ Legislative/ Committee/ Protocol Assistant
- Research Assistant
- Stenographer (English)
- Security Assistant Gr. II
- Junior Library Assistant
- Junior Clerk
- Junior Proof Reader
- Staff Car Driver (Ordinary grade)
Age limit – Candidates age limit should be between 18 – 30 years for Post No. 01, 09 & 10 and 18 – 27 years for Post No. 02 to 08 & 11 as on closing date for receipt of application. Relaxation of age will be applicable up to 05 years for SC and ST, 03 years for OBC candidates & 10 years for PWD candidates.
Educational qualification – Candidates should possess 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 for Post No. 01 (a), Master’s Degree in any discipline with Assamese, Marathi, Urdu up to for Post No. 01 (b to d), Bachelor’s Degree in any discipline for Post No. 02 & 03, Master’s Degree in any discipline or Bachelor’s Degree in any discipline with Law degree for Post No. 04 & Other qualification details refer the notification.
Selection process – Candidates will be selected based on Preliminary Examination, Written Examination, Skill Test and Interview etc.
Application fee – Candidates should pay Rs. 100/- and Rs. 60/- for Bank charges through challan deposited at any branch of State Bank of India (SBI). Application fee will be exempted to SC, ST, Person with Disability, Female and Ex-Serviceman candidates.
How to apply / Instructions to apply
Eligible candidates may apply online through the website www.rajyasabha.nic.in Candidates can apply also through the direct link given below on this page.
|Starting Date for Submission of Online Application Form||18 Jul 2016|
|Last Date for Submission of Online Application Form||29 Aug 2016|
|Last Date for Submission Of Application Fee||05 Sep 2016|
& Oration Tests
|06 to 11 Dec 2016 &
11 to 17 Dec 2016
|Main Examination / Skill Test||Last week of Jan 2017|
Admit Card – For Typing Test
Admit card for Typing Test for Junior Clerk (English) has been released by Parliament of India, Rajya Sabha Secretariat. Candidates can download the same by entering “Registration No.” & “Date of Birth”. Kindly go through the link provided below.
Result of Physical Measurement and Physical Fitness Tests for Security Assistant Gr. II has been declared by Parliament of India, Rajya Sabha Secretariat. Candidates can check the same through the link provided below.
Parliament of India, Rajya Sabha Secretariat has also published the result of written test. Candidates can easily check their result through the direct link provided below.
To Check Written Exam Result – Click Here
Question Paper & Answer Key
Candidates who have appeared in Preliminary Examinations for various Post Groups (III, IV, V & VI) held during 06 to 11 December, 2016 are hereby informed that the question paper and answer keys is made available on the website of Rajya Sabha. In case, any candidate has any objection in respect of any question or answer to that question he/she can submit the same by following the procedure provided in the given link. The link shall remain operational from 12 December, 2016 (11.00 AM onwards) to 16 December, 2016 (04.00 PM).
No objection whatsoever shall be entertained after the closure of the link. Further, objection submitted at any other place or in any other manner shall also not be entertained even if submitted before the closure of the said link.
Rejected Application Forms
- Applications rejected due to non payment of fee – Check Here
- Applications rejected due to absurd/meaningless entries – Check Here
Facility for submission of Online application is available now. Candidate should visit the website of Rajya Sabha i.e. www.rajyasabha.nic.in and click on the hyperlink “Apply Online”. It redirects the candidate to the online registration page. To register for the first time, choose the tab “New Registration Form”.
- Application process is over now…!!!
Candidate is required to submit separate application for post (s) in different Post Group. If a candidate intends to apply for post(s) in more than one Post Group, he/she has to make New Registration for each Post Group.
Candidates are required to submit only one application for applying to one or more posts included in the same Post Group but have to pay fee @ Rs. 100/- for each post applied for in the Post Group plus Rs. 60/- towards bank charges, in the prescribed manner. Candidates who wish to apply for posts belongings to more than one Post Group should apply separately for each Post Group. The application forms of the candidates submitting multiple applications for the same Post Group may be rejected.
Syllabus & Medium of Examination
The detailed syllabus for various papers, both for preliminary and main examination is available at the Rajya Sabha Secretariat website: (www.rajyasabha.nic.in → Recruitment Cell → Syllabus/Scheme of Examination). Except for language specific papers, the medium for examination will be either Hindi or English.
- Click here for Syllabus.
Scheme of Examination
The process of selection may involve several stages i.e. Preliminary Examination, Written Examination, Skill Test and Interview etc. Minimum Qualifying Percentage of marks as prescribed for certain stages/papers of examinations for various posts (e.g. Written Examination, Skill Tests and Interview) is available on the website of Rajya Sabha. The Secretariat reserves the right to prescribe Minimum Qualifying Percentage of marks for other stages/paper of examination for any post as well as modify the Minimum Qualifying Percentage of marks already prescribed. However, Minimum Qualifying Percentage of marks for any stages/paper so prescribed or modified shall be notified prior to the conduct of that stage/paper of the examination.
|Name of Post||Scheme of Exam|
|Junior Parliamentary Interpreter (Hindi/English)
Junior Parliamentary Interpreter (Regional Languages)
|Junior Parliamentary Reporter (English)
Junior Parliamentary Reporter (Hindi)
|Senior Legislative/Committee/Protocol/Executive Assistant
Translator Junior Library Assistant
Junior Proof Reader
|Stenographer Junior Clerk||
|Security Assistant Grade-II||
|Staff Car Driver (Ordinary Grade)||
There would be a Preliminary Examination which will have a multiple choice objective type question paper. The Preliminary Examination is meant to serve, except for the post of Staff Car Driver (Ordinary Grade), as a screening test in selection of candidates for the next stage of recruitment process and only those candidates who qualify in the Preliminary Examination as per the approved norm for calling the candidates for the next stage of the recruitment process will be eligible to appear in the next stage of the examination.
Oration Test: For the posts of Junior Parliamentary Interpreter (Hindi/English), Junior Parliamentary Interpreter (Assamese), Junior Parliamentary Interpreter (Marathi), and Junior Parliamentary Interpreter (Urdu) there will be an Oration Test and only those candidates who secure the prescribed qualifying marks in the Oration Test will be eligible to appear in the written test.
Note: There will be negative marking in the Preliminary Examination and 0.25 mark will be deducted for each wrong answer. The marks obtained in Oration Test shall be taken into account in preparing the final merit list.
- Click here for post wise Scheme of Examination
Post Group I : An Oration Test in Hindi and English of 100 marks with 50 marks for Oration Test in each language shall be conducted for the post in Post Group-I. The duration of the test shall be 3 minutes each for Hindi and English. The candidate will be required to speak extempore in both English and Hindi for 3 minutes each on any one of the seven topics in English and on any one of the seven topics in Hindi given to him/ her. The objective is to assess fluency, language content, style, pronunciation & accent, material content and voice of the candidate.
Post Group II: An Oration Test in English of 100 marks shall be conducted for posts in Post Group-II. The candidate would be required to speak ex-tempore in English for 3 minutes on one of the seven topics given to him/her. The objective is to assess fluency, language content, style, pronunciation & accent, material content and voice of the candidate.
Post Group III: The preliminary examination for post in Post Group-III shall be of 3 hours duration and shall consist of a multiple choice question paper containing 180 questions, 60 questions each from (i) General Intelligence (Reasoning ability); (ii) General awareness; and (iii) Hindi Language.
Post Group IV: The preliminary examination for the posts in Post Group-IV shall be of 3 hours duration and shall consist of a multiple choice question paper containing 180 questions, 60 each from (i) General Intelligence (Reasoning ability); (ii) General awareness; and (iii) English Language
Post Group V: The preliminary examination for posts in Post Group-V shall be of 3 hours duration and shall consist of a multiple choice question paper containing 200 questions, 50 questions each from (i) General awareness; (ii) General Intelligence (Reasoning Ability); (iii) English Language; and (iv) Hindi Language.
Post Group VI: The preliminary examination for post in Post Group-VI shall be of 2 hrs duration and shall consist of one multiple choice question paper containing 100 questions -20 questions each from (i) General awareness, and (ii) General Intelligence; 10 questions each from (a) General English, (b) General Hindi, and (c) Elementary Maths; and 30 questions on Driving Techniques and Motor Car Mechanisms
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