Jr. Sectt. Assistant, Sr. Sectt. Assistant, Stenographer & Others Post Online Form 2020 In Bureau of Indian Standards, Delhi

Jr. Sectt. Assistant, Sr. Sectt. Assistant, Stenographer & Others Post Online Form 2020 In Bureau of Indian Standards, Delhi

Bureau of Indian Standards,

Department of Consumer Affairs,

Ministry of Consumer Affairs, Food & Public Distribution, Govt. of India

Jr. Sectt. Assistant, Sr. Sectt. Assistant, Stenographer & Others Post Online Form 2020

Total Vacancy: 132

Important Dates

Application Begin05/09/2020
Last Date for Apply Online26/09/2020
Last Date Pay Exam Fee26/09/2020
Exam Date08/11/2020

Application Fee

For General / OBC/ EWS CandidatesRs. 500/-
For SC/ST/PH CandidatesRs. 0/-
All Category FemaleRs. 0[-
Fee Payment ModeOnline—Pay the Examination Fee Through Online Fee Mode, Debit Card, Credit Card, Net Banking, E Challan

Other Details

Post NameNo. of PostAge LimitQualification
Junior Secretariat Assistant36Max 27 Years(i) Bachelor‘s Degree from a recognized University; (ii) Computer Proficiency Test: The candidate should be proficient at least upto Level-5 of National Skill Qualification Framework. The test shall be qualifying in nature; and (iii) Typing Speed Test: A typing speed of thirty five words per minute in English or thirty words per minute in Hindi on computer (thirty five words per minute and thirty words per minute correspond to 10500 KDPH/9000 KDPH on an average of 5 key depressions for each word). (Time allowed – ten minutes)
Senior Secretariat Assistant79Max 27 Years(i) Bachelor‘s Degree from a recognized University; and (ii) Qualifying Skill Test in Computer Proficiency consisting of: (a) Word Processing Test – 2000 Key Depressions in fifteen minutes; (b) Test in Spread Sheets on Microsoft Excel – fifteen minutes; and (c) Test in Power Point (Microsoft Power Point) – fifteen Minutes
Stenographer17Max 27 Years(i) Bachelor‘s Degree from a recognized University; (ii) Computer Proficiency Test: The candidate should be proficient at least upto Level-5 of National Skill Qualification Framework. The test shall be qualifying in nature; and (iii) Shorthand Test: English/Hindi Shorthand test at the speed of eighty words per minute which the candidates shall have to transcribe on Computer in fifty or sixty five minutes, respectively. Visually disabled candidates having disability of forty percent and above will be required to transcribe the matter in seventy minutes for English shorthand test and in ninety minutes for Hindi shorthand test. Permissible mistakes: five per cent. The permissible mistakes shall be relaxable upto ten per cent, if adequate number of qualified candidates (i.e. with five per cent mistakes) are not available in any category against the vacancies advertised.
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