Joint Recruitment Cell Examination for Recruitment of Executive/Legislative/Protocol Officers
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(Joint Recruitment Cell)
Examination for Recruitment of Executive/Legislative/Committee/Protocol Officers and Research/Reference Officers in Lok Sabha Secretariat
Neatly typewritten applications, either in English or in Hindi, strictly in the format given herein, are invited from Indian citizens for the following posts:
1. Post No. 1: Executive/Legislative/Committee/Protocol Officer
Vacancies: 16 (3 UR; 8 OBC; 3 SC; 2 ST) in PAY SCALE: Rs.8000-13500
Qualifications: Master’s degree in any discipline from a recognised University OR Two-year Post Graduate Diploma in any discipline recognised by a University/All India Council for Technical Education (AICTE) OR LL.B degree from a recognised University OR Qualified Cost Accountant/Chartered Accountant/Company Secretary OR Bachelor’s degree in any discipline from a recognised University with a minimum of 3 years service in the scale of pay of Rs. 7450-11500 in Lok Sabha Secretariat.

Desirable: Certificate in computer course recognised by 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.

2. Post No. 2: Research/Reference Officer

Vacancies: 7 (3 UR; 2 OBC; 1 SC; 1 ST) in Pay Scale: Rs.8000-13500

Qualifications: Master’s degree in any discipline from a recognised University OR Two-year Post Graduate Diploma in any discipline recognised by a University/All India Council for Technical Education (AICTE) OR LL.B degree from a recognised University OR Bachelor’s degree in any discipline from a recognised University with a minimum of 3 years service in the scale of pay of Rs.7450-11500 in Lok Sabha Secretariat.

Desirable: Certificate in computer course recognised by AICTE/ DOEACC or courses equivalent to ‘O’ Level in terms of syllabus and duration of course as prescribed by DOEACC.

Upper Age Limit: 27 years.

Scheme of Examination

I. Preliminary Examination: The examination will consist of 150 multiple choice objective type questions, carrying 150 marks, to be answered in two hours.

The paper will contain 75 multiple choice objective type questions (75 marks) on General Knowledge including Indian polity, law and governance, modern history, culture, economy, geography, role of science and technology in development of India and current events of national and international importance; 50 questions (50 marks) on Mental Ability, Graphs, Diagrams and simple Arithmetic; and remaining 25 questions (25 marks) on General English including usages, vocabulary corrections, synonyms, antonyms, idiomatic phrases, etc.

There will be negative marking for wrong answers i.e. for every three wrong answers, one mark will be deducted. The marks secured by the candidates in the preliminary examination will not be accounted for while preparing the final selection list.

Candidates will have to qualify the Preliminary Examination at the requisite standards to be determined by Joint Recruitment Cell. Only those candidates who obtain the minimum qualifying marks, will be called for the Main Examination.

II. Main Examination: The examination will consist of the following papers:

MB Admission 2008Mepco MBAAIMA – MAT
Issue of ApplicationAlready StartedAlready Started
Last date for the receipt of filled applicationMarch 20, 2008January 18, 2008
Date of the Test-February 03, 2008
SelectionMarch 29, 2008 

  • The paper will contain small and medium descriptive type of questions on Indian polity, modern history, culture, heritage, economy, geography, law enforcement issues, environmental issues, current events of national and international importance, developments in the field of science and technology, communications and space, etc.
  • Essay (150 marks), précis (50 marks), comprehension (50 marks) and grammar (50 marks).

Candidates will have to choose two subjects out of the following 12 Subjects:

  • Agriculture
  • Chemistry
  • Commerce and Accountancy
  • Economics
  • History
  • Law
  • Management
  • Mathematics
  • Physics
  • Political Science and International Relations
  • Public Administration
  • Sociology

Provided that the candidates will not be allowed following combinations of subjects
Political Science and International Relations and Public Administration
Commerce and Accountancy and Management

Management and Public Administration

The Joint Recruitment Cell will have full discretion to fix the minimum qualifying marks in each paper. Only those candidates who obtain the minimum qualifying marks in each paper and aggregate will be called for personal interview.

III. Personal Interview: Personal Interview will carry 150 marks. Candidates will have to qualify the Personal Interview at the requisite standards to be determined by Joint Recruitment Cell.

Selection will be made on the basis of the overall performance of the candidates in the Main Examination and the Personal Interview, subject to availability of vacancies.

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