Loksabha Secretariat, Parliament of India is inviting eligible candidates to submit the applications for the post of Parliamentary interpreter. The conducting body has announced a total of 12 posts that are further divided into 02 vacancies for SC, 04 vacancies for OBC, 01 vacancies for EWS and 05 for Unreserved. Out of these 12 vacancies, 07 are for English/Hindi interpreters and 05 are for regional language stream interpreters for Dogri, Kashmiri, Konkani, Santhali & Sindhi. Interested candidates can download the detailed notification with Advt No. 02/2020 from loksabhadocs.nic.in. Eligible candidates who fulfil the eligibility criteria can submit the online applications before August 18, 2020.
The application procedure for Loksabha Recruitment 2020 is conducted through an online process. Candidates have to submit the online application form through email only. They have to download the application form and take a print out of it. Fill up all the details of the application form carefully. After filling up the form they are advised to scan the form along with the requisite documents and email it to the firstname.lastname@example.org. Candidates in the government service have to ensure they also follow the same channel for the submission of the application form. No applications are accepted after the 07 days of the last date specified. If the candidates are satisfying the eligibility norms they are shortlisted for the announced post. Along with the scanned pdf of the form, candidates also have to enclose educational, experience certificate, caste certificate and other documents mentioned in the form.
To apply for English/Hindi Interpreters, candidates must possess a Masters degree in the relevant language. They should also have experience in Translation or interpretation and certificate in computer course that is recognized by All India Council for Technical Education or National Institute of Electronics & Information Technology (NIELIT) or ‘O’ Level course. To apply for Regional Language Interpreter, candidates must have a master degree in English or any other discipline with regional languages studies up to Degree level. They should also have experience in the translation or interpretation along with knowledge of computers. The upper age limit for English/Hindi interpreters is 27 years and for Regional language interpreters for 35 years. The reservation benefits and age limit relaxations can be calculated as per the official notification.
The selection process for the post of interpreters includes the oration test, written test, simultaneous interpretation test and personal interview round. The oration test is conducted for 200 marks followed by the written exam of 700 marks, simultaneous interpretation test for 400 marks and 50 marks for a personal interview. The final merit list for both the posts is based on the marks that candidates secure in the oration test, written test, simultaneous interpretation test and personal interview round