Last Date:09 Sep,2019
Applications are invited for the recruitment of 11 posts of Interpreter (Foreign Languages) in Cabinet Secretariat by suitable candidates. Eligible candidates are encouraged to apply.Candidates who fulfil the requisite qualification and experience etc may send their hard copy of the application form along with all relevant documents so as to reach the given address by : 09-09-2019 .
Name of the post – Interpreter (Foreign Languages)
No of post – 11
Pay Scale – 47600
Bachelor Degree in Foreign language.
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- Candidates belonging to the Scheduled Castes, Scheduled Tribes and Other Backward Classes who are also covered under any other clauses of para 3 above, viz. those coming under the category of Ex-servicemen, persons domiciled in the State of J&K and Central Government Employees will be eligible for grant of cumulative age relaxation under both the categories.
- the basis of written examination, viva-voce and Interview. The written examination consists of a single paper of 2-’16 hours duration carrying 100 marks to test the knowledge of the candidates in the Foreign language having following components i) Translation of two passages from Foreign language to English and vice-versa (25×2=50 marks) ii) Essay of 600-800 words (25 marks) iii) Grammar (25 marks). Viva-voce and interview will be of 50 marks each respectively. The viva-voce would be in two parts each worth 25 marks comprising of: i) Listening to a recording/video & then translate/answering comprehension questions ii) Conversational ability.
- Candidate should possess the prescribed educational qualification as on closing date [i.e. 09.09.2019). The prescribed educational qualifications are minimum and mere possession of the same does not entitle candidates to be called for written examination /viva-voce/ interview.
- Candidates fulfilling the eligibility conditions and desirous of applying for the post are required to send their applications in prescribed format incorporated in the advertisement. Form should be filled in English Capital (Block) letters only. The format may be photo copied/ typed on A-4 size paper. Application submitted in the format other than the prescribed format shall not be entertained.
- Eligible candidates may forward their applications in the given proforma with self-attested copies of certificates and mark-sheets in support of educational qualification/experiencefdate of birth etc. from Matriculation onwards, recent passport size photograph (also self-attested) and copies of SCIST/OBC certificates, if applicable, at the address mentioned in para 20.
- Candidates are advised to fumish correct information regarding their age, educational qualification and Caste/Category (i.e. SC/ST/OECIEx-service/J&K resident) in the application form and self-attested copies of the certificate of age, educational qualifications marksheets including Caste/Category etc, are required to be attached with the application form. The castelcategory certificate should be in a format applicable for Central Government Jobs. The formats of the certificates am annexed. Certificates in any other format will not be accepted. OBC certificate in the creamy layer status should have been obtained within three years before the closing date for receipt of application.’ Candidates are warned that they may be permanently debarred from the examination conducted by Cabinet Secretariat in case they fraudulently claim SC/ST/OBC status.
- Any cutting or over writing in any part of the application form will render it liable to be rejected. Therefore, candidates are advised to take special care while filling the application form.
- Do not leave any column blank as incomplete application will be rejected.
- Use only international form of Indian numerals while filling up the application form 1,2,3 etc.
- If a person is found guilty either of suppression of facts or deliberately given false information, he /she will not be eligible for appointment to the post.
- Candidates, who are already in Government Service, should submit their applications through respective office/ department They are also required to produce No Objection Certificate’ at the time of Interview.
- Medical standard of the candidates would be as per the Central Government Guidelines applicable to Group ‘B’ posts.
- The organisation will not be responsible for late/non receipt of call-letters for written examination/viva-voce/interview due to delay in postal channel.
- The employment carries with it the All India transfer liability.
- Only selected candidates would be informed of their selection in due course after the selection process and no correspondence on the subject would be entertained.
- Success in the selection process confers no right of appointment unless Government is satisfied after such enquiry as may be considered necessary that the candidate is suitable in all respects of appointment to the service/post. The candidates applying for the selection process should ensure that they fulfil all the eligibility conditions. Their admission at all stages of the selection process will be purely provisional, subject to their satisfying the prescribed eligibility conditions. If,on verification, at any time before or after the selection, it is found that they do not fulfill any of the eligibility conditions, their candidature for the selection process will be cancelled.
- Application received from the same person in duplicate will be summarily rejected.
- This article is about the Cabinet Secretariat in India. For other Cabinet Secretariats, see Cabinet Secretariat (disambiguation).
- The Cabinet Secretariat (IAST: Mantrimanḍala Sacivālaya) is responsible for the administration of the Government of India. It functions from the Secretariat Building, New Delhi, where most of the Cabinet of India sits. It comprises a set of two buildings on opposite sides of Rajpath which are home to some of the most important ministries of the Government of India, situated on Raisina Hill, New Delhi, India.
- The Cabinet Secretariat is responsible for the administration of the Government of India (Transaction of Business) Rules, 1961 and the Government of India (Allocation of Business) Rules 1961, facilitating a smooth transaction of business in Ministries/ Departments of the Government by ensuring adherence to these rules. The Secretariat assists in decision-making in Government by ensuring Inter-Ministerial coordination, ironing out differences amongst Ministries/ Departments and evolving consensus through the instrumentality of the standing/ad hoc Committees of Secretaries. Through this mechanism new policy initiatives are also promoted.
- Before the adoption of the portfolio system in the Government of India, all Governmental business was disposed of by the Governor-General in Council, the Council functioning as a Joint Consultative Board. As the amount and complexity of business of the Government increased, the work of the various Departments was distributed amongst the members of the Council, only the more important cases being dealt with by the Governor-General or the Council collectively.
- This procedure was legalised by the Indian Councils Act, 1861 during the time of Lord Canning, leading to the introduction of the portfolio system and the inception of the Executive Council of the Governor-General. The Secretariat of the Executive Council was headed by the Private Secretary to the Viceroy, but he did not attend the Council meetings. Lord Willingdon first started the practice of having his Private Secretary by his side at these meetings. Later, this practice continued and in November, 1935, the Viceroy’s Private Secretary was given the additional designation of Secretary to the Executive Council.
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