Last Date:29 July,2019
National Council for Promotion of Urdu Language (NCPUL)
NCPUL aka National Council for Promotion of Urdu Language Invites Sarkari Job applications for the post of 06 Lower Division Clerk, MTS & Research Officer. Apply Online before 29 July 2019. NCPUL Recruitment Qualification/ eligibility conditions, how to apply & other rules are given below… official Website is www.urducouncil.nic.in
Name of the post – Lower Division Clerk, MTS & Research Officer
No of post – 06
Pay Scale – Level -1, 2, 8
10th, 12th, Graduate.
- General Instruction:
Candidates are advised to read the instruction carefully “Guidelines to Candidates Option” given on NCPUL website.
- Candidates should first scan their Photograph and signature as detailed under guidelines for scanning the photograph and signature and then have to visit NCPUL website www.urducouncil.nic.in for filling the Online Application Registration.
- Fill the application carefully and submit the online application. When the application is successfully submitted, a registration number will be generated by the system and displayed on the screen. Candidates should print/note down the registration number for
further reference. Candidates can reopen the saved data by using Registration number, can edit before final submission of application on final screen. The registration at this stage is provisional.
- Candidates will receive registration confirmation by E-MAIL after submitting the online application. It may be ensured to furnish correct e-mail address to receive the registration confirmation.
- Candidates are advised to prepare a Demand Draft and fill necessary details in system generated application form as per given space in bank details column.
- With respect to post at Sl.No.1, 2 & 3 applications of OBC/EWS candidates will be considered subject to production of OBC/EWS Certificate in the prescribed format. Format of EWS is available on NCPUL’s website.
- The candidates at Sl.No.1 and 3 who applied in response to notice published in the Employment Newspaper dated 24 February – 2 March, 2018 and fulfilling the eligibility criteria on the closing date of application of this notice and like to apply afresh need not to pay application fee again.
- Candidates should have valid email ID. This will help him/her in getting Admit Card/Interview advice etc. by e-mail.
- Candidates have to Online Registration as per given instruction in website and send the system generated application form with duly supported with clear/legible self attested copies of the relevant certificates and marks statements (in English or Hindi) along with Demand Draft in an envelope super-scribed “APPLICATION FOR THE POST OF _______” by Registered post / Speed post before last date at the following address:-
National Council for Promotion of Urdu Language
FC-33/9, Institutional Area,
Jasola, New Delhi – 110025
- The Demand Draft should not be tagged or stapled, but should be pinned or clipped at the top of the application form. (2) Fee once paid will not be refunded under any circumstances. (3) Candidate must write his/her name, post applied for and address on the back of the Bank Draft.
- Incomplete application or application received without the prescribed documents would summarily be rejected.
- All eligibility criteria for the above post i.e. Age, educational/Technical qualification/Registration/Internship and experience will be reckoned on or before last date for receipt of online application.
- Candidate claiming reservation/age relaxation on grounds of belonging to OBC should submit the Community Certificate in Annexure-A as prescribed vide Govt. of India, Department of Personnel and Training OM No. 36012/22/93 Estt.(SCT) dated 8.9.1993 which is modified vide GOI, DOPTs OM No. 36033/3/2004 ESTT. (Res.) dated 9.3.2004 failing which the benefit of reservation/relaxation will not be given or their application shall be rejected and no request/correspondence will be entertained. A declaration confirming that he/she does not belong to creamy layer as per DOPT-OM No. 36033/3/2004 Estt.(Res.) dated 9.3.2004 should also be furnished by the candidates.
- Original documents/certificates should not be enclosed/sent with application.
- The candidates already in Govt. Service must specifically mention the details of employment and should submit their hard copy of application (generated by the system) through proper channel. However, they may send an advance hard copy of their application (generated by the system) along with fee (demand draft) and other certificates and testimonial so as to reach this office on or before the last date of receipt of application.
- The applicant should keep visiting NCPUL website for important announcements/information throughout the selection process at its various stages.
- In case of selection, persons working in Central/State Govt./PSU will have to submit a disciplinary clearance and No objection certificate from their employer.
- Last date of ONLINE application is 29-07-2019. Hard copy of online application with required documents should reach at the office by Speed Post/Registered post (address given above) on or before 4.00 p.m. on 08-08-2019 (last date for receipt of application from candidates residing in Assam, Meghalaya, Arunachal Pradesh, Mizoram, Manipur,Nagaland, Tripura, Sikkim, Ladakh Division of Jammu and Kashmir State, Lahaul and Spiti District and Pangi Sub-Division of Chamba District of Himachal Pradesh, Andaman and Nicobar Islands and Lakshadweep will be 16-08-2019 upto 4.00 p.m.) NCPUL will not be responsible for postal delays.
- Council reserves the right to conduct written test or online examination.
About Us:himachal government jobs
- Urdu is a major language of South Asia, and it has been gaining in popularity since the independence of the Indian sub-continent. It is one of the eighteen national languages of the Union of India as well as the declared national language of Pakistan. Although influenced by Arabic and Persian, but quite unlike Arabic and Persian, Urdu is an Indo-Aryan, language akin to Hindi, which originated and developed in the Indian sub-continent. Both Urdu and Hindi belong to the new Indo-Aryan sharing the same Indic base. At the phonological and grammatical level, they are so close that they appear to be one language, but at the lexical level they have borrowed so extensively from different sources (Urdu from Arabic and Persian, and Hindi from Sanskrit) that in actual practice and usage each has developed into an independent language. This distinction is most marked at the orthographical level, where Hindi uses Devanagari, and Urdu uses the Arabo-Persian script indigenously modified to suit the requirements of an Indo-Aryan speech. According to a general estimate, Urdu and Hindi taken together form the third largest speech community in the world today.
- Urdu is the official language used in instruction at government schools, at the district level administration, and in the mass media. According to the Census of Pakistan, 1981, the number of Urdu speakers in Pakistan has been estimated at almost 11 million with the largest concentration in the metropolitan city of Karachi, and in the Punjab. The Urdu speakers in India number almost 44 million (Census of India, 1991) with the largest numbers in the state of Uttar Pradesh, followed by Bihar, Andhra Pradesh, Maharashtra and Karnataka, which together account for 85% of the national Urdu-speaking population. Delhi still enjoys to be the major centre of Urdu literature and publishing. Urdu is also spoken in countries surrounding India and Pakistan, such as Afghanistan, Bangladesh and Nepal. Practically, Urdu has become the culture language and lingua franca of the South Asian Muslim diaspora outside the sub-continent, especially in the Gulf and the Middle East, Western Europe, Scandinavia, U.S.A. and Canada.
- Historically, Urdu developed in the post-12th century period under the impact of the incoming Muslims as a linguistic modus vivendi from the sub-regional apabhramshas of north-western India. Its first major folk poet is the great Persian master, Amir Khusrau (1253-1325), who is known to have composed dohas (couplets) and riddles in the newly-formed speech, then called Hindavi. Through the medieval time, this mixed speech was variously called by various speech sub-groups as Hindavi, Zaban-e-Hind, Hindi, Zaban-e-Dehli, Rekhta, Gujari. Dakkhani, Zaban-e-Urdu-e-Mualla, Zaban-e-Urdu, or just Urdu. There is evidence to establish that the name Hindustani was in vogue in the late 11th century, which later became synonymous with Urdu. Literally, the word Urdu (originally Turkish) means camp, or the royal camp. It also stood for the city of Delhi which was the seat of the Mughals for centuries. Nonetheless, major Urdu writers kept referring to their speech as Hindi, or Hindavi till as late as the beginning of the 19th century.
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