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IISER Bhopal Recruitment 2021 for Junior Hindi Translator Notification Apply Online 1 Job Vacancy 12 May 2021

Sarkarijoblive Desk | Updated: Apr 15,2021 11:33 AM

IISER Bhopal Recruitment 2021 Notification: Indian Institute of Science Education and Research Bhopal(IISER Bhopal) has released the Recruitment Notification for the Post of Junior Hindi Translator on 15 April 2021 in Bhopal. Candidates Who wants to apply for IISER Bhopal Junior Hindi Translator Vacancies, apply on or before 30 April 2021

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IISER Bhopal Recruitment 2021 - Junior Hindi Translator Vacancies

Junior Hindi Translator Vacancy in IISER Bhopal Recruitment 2021

Junior Hindi Translator
Rs.35400 - Rs.112400 (Per Month)

Qualification Details:

The Institute is looking for dedicated and committed Indian Nationals and invites online applications on initial Contract up to 5 years tenure/ deputation with a provision for subsequent absorption/ on Regular basis with a probation up to 2 years/ Composite method of recruitment etc. as per the relaxed criteria approved by the BoG, in supersession of the previous advertisement in respect of the following professional positions only

1. Name of the post (s): Junior Hindi Translator

2. Group: B

3. No. of Vacancies: 01

4. Pay Level: Pay Level-6 (Rs.35,400- 1,12,400) in the pay matrix.

5. Qualification Essential:

I. Degree: Master's degree of a recognized University in Hindi or English with English or Hindi as a compulsory or elective subject or as a medium of examination at the degree level. OR Master's degree of a recognized University in any subject other than Hindi or English, with Hindi or English medium and English or Hindi respectively as a compulsory or elective subject or as the medium of examination at the degree level. OR Master’s degree of a recognized University in any subject other than Hindi or English, with Hindi and English respectively as a compulsory or elective subject of either or the two as medium of examination and the other as a compulsory or elective subject at degree level.

II. Diploma / Certificate or equivalent working experience: Recognised diploma or certificate course in translation from Hindi to English or vice-versa from a recognised University/ Institute. OR Two years’ experience of translation work from Hindi to English and vice-versa in Central Government or State Government offices, including Government of India Undertakings or print and electronic media, publication divisions/ cells/ houses or agencies working for Government or reputed non-government organisations.

6. Experience Essential:

i. At least 3 years’ experience in office environment and typing skills in Hindi/ English. Excellent computer skills for handling correspondence work/ office files/ papers with proficiency in English & Hindi. Knowledge of translation work from Hindi to English and vice versa. Should be capable of using Hindi tools on advanced computerized systems.

ii. Knowledge of translation work from Hindi to English and vice-versa using all software is essential. Should have knowledge of computer office applications in both Hindi and English with sufficient typing speed, proficiency in office applications like Word, Excel, Power Point etc.

iii. The candidate must be able to use internet, web applications and online translation techniques independently. Should be capable of Typing the documents in Hindi and English with ability to translate documents from Hindi to English and viceversa using all kinds of Hindi & English software, in an independent manner

8. Advt. No.: NT-01/2021

Application Fee:

There shall be no registration / application fee for the posts in the institute for any category of applicant. However, all the applicants are required to pay a nominal non-refundable communication charges amounting to Rs.50.00 only.

Age Limit:

Age Limit for UR positions: 50 Years

How To Apply:

1. Interested candidates may visit the Institute’s website and submit online application through Institute’s website www.iiserb.ac.in/staffvacancies before 30/04/2021, 1700 Hrs (IST) and invariably send the printed proforma of the online application in an envelope super-scribing the name and the post applied for and the attested copies of all the documents, so as to reach through Registered/Speed Post to the Recruitment Cell, as indicated below, on or before 05/05/2021, 1700 Hrs (IST).

2. Recruitment Cell Room No 102, First Floor, Main Building, Indian Institute of Science Education and Research Bhopal Bhopal By-Pass Road, Bhauri, Bhopal 462 066 Madhya Pradesh, India Email: “Recruitment Cell” [email protected]

3. No hardcopy of the application shall be considered, if received, beyond the 1700 Hrs (IST) of 05/05/2021.

Selection Procedure:

1. Only the shortlisted candidates will be called for interview.

2. If the number of applicants shortlisted for attending the interview is not sufficient enough in the view of Selection Committee, for each vacancy at Level-1 of shortlisting, the Institute may relax the age and experience, but not the essential academic qualifications, to ensure and encourage a greater number of people to compete at interview level.

3. Screening of the applications received will be done by an Institute level committee to shortlist the candidates to be called for screening test/skill test/written test/computer skill test at level -2. At this level, the committee at its own discretion may restrict the maximum number of candidates to be shortlisted for participating in Level-2 screening.

i. However, short-listing may be done duly deciding higher cut-offs to restrict the number of candidates at each level.

ii. If the sufficient/enough number of eligible candidates as per advertisement are not available, the committee may go for a relaxed criterion in terms of the age, percentage of marks, and number of years of experience etc. as a class with the prior approval of competent authority in case of repeated advertisement and nonavailability of candidates with the prescribed qualifications, experience and training.

iii. Therefore, the candidates are advised to apply furnishing all details of qualifications and experience.

4. The Shortlisting Committee shall devise its own criteria for shortlisting the candidates and optimize the number for inviting them for Screening Test followed by interview. The decision of Shortlisting Committee is final in terms of shortlisting criteria. The shortlisted candidates shall be conveyed by email only for attending the selection process.

5. In the event of number of applications being large, the shortlisting committee of the Institute will adopt shortlisting criteria to restrict the number of candidates to be called for Screening Test and / or interview to a reasonable number by one or more of the following methods:

(i) On the basis of higher educational qualifications than the minimum prescribed in the advertisement.
(ii) On the basis of higher experience in the relevant field than the minimum prescribed in the advertisement.
(iii) On the basis of desirable qualifications and / or desirable experience.
(iv) By counting experience before and / or after the acquisition of essential qualifications. 
(v) Experience gained in relevant posts under Central Government Educational and Research Institutes on regular basis against sanctioned positions.
(vi) Rejecting the incomplete applications.
(vii) By holding a Screening Test of qualifying nature only for shortlisting the candidates 

6. Selection Procedure for Group ‘A’ positions:

i. Selection by interview only: The shortlisted candidates will be called for screening test (optional, only for shortlisting the candidates without any weightage for interview, in case of large number of applications shortlisted) and / or personal interview before the selection committee on a given date and time conveying through e-mail only.

ii. There will not be any request entertained for change of date of screening test/interview by the individual candidates under any circumstances. The selection committee will make a panel of selected and waitlisted candidates based on performance in the interview on common consensus basis for approval of recommendations by the appointing authority.

iii. The results of the interview will be notified to the selected candidates in writing after approval of the competent/appointing authority. No correspondence will be entertained during the process of the selection.

7. The interview-cum-personal discussion/ presentation by the shortlisted candidates will be the decisive point for selection of the candidate. The selection committee at its own discretion may also arrange for a group discussion of the candidates invited for interviews, besides asking them to make a Power Point Presentation (PPT) before the selection committee.

8. However, the committee may dispense with the Power Point Presentation (PPT) and / or the group discussion, at its own discretion and conduct the interview alone. The selection committee shall make its recommendations to the Chairperson, Board or Director as the case may be with the names of the selected candidates being arranged in order of merit.

9. If need be, the selection committee also may draw a waiting list with sufficient number of eligible candidates from each category who may be given the offer of appointment subject to their meeting/ fulfilling all eligibility requirements only in case the selected candidates refuse or fail to join within the stipulated time, which may be up to 6 months in normal circumstances.

10. The waitlist will stand ceased, once all the selected candidates have accepted and joined the positions offered. The waitlist is not a panel of candidates for filling the future vacancies arising out of resignations/ removals/ retirements/ promotions etc. after the interviews/ selections are completed against each advertisement.

11. The activation of waiting list will not be automatic but subject to approval of the competent authority, as per Institute requirements and valid only for six months from the date of announcement of interview

12. B. Selection Procedure at different independent Levels through shortlisting under “Direct Recruitment on all India basis otherwise than by Open Competition”:

13. Shortlisting of the applications (Level – 1): The applications received shall be shortlisted by a committee of experts to shortlist the candidates based on the qualifications and experience advertised. Such candidates will be invited for attending a Screening Test of qualifying nature only followed by qualifying / skill / physical standards test for qualifying the people for interview duly shortlisting the candidates, if the number of people to be interviewed is proportionately large, as detailed under the selection process.

14. Shortlisting at Level – 2 At this level, the Institute may conduct computer based descriptive / objective Screening Test (75% question descriptive and 25% question Objective) / computer skill tests of qualifying nature only for all candidates shortlisted in Level1 screening to further shortlist the candidates and bring them on a common platform.

i. However, no weightage shall be passed on to the next level i.e., Level-3. The screening test of any nature would be of qualifying type only and is independent in itself. To ensure availability of required number of candidates from reserved category (SC/ ST/ OBC(NCL)/ PwD etc.) a relaxed criterion with lower cut-off marks (SC/ST:10%, OBC(NCL)/PwD: 5%) may be applied.

15. The screening test will be used only for the purpose of optimising the number of candidates attending the interview and the same would be of qualifying nature to short-list at least three people for each position available.

16. If the number of candidates qualifying for the next level after application of the prescribed minimum cut-off criteria for shortlisting the candidates for the next level / final level of interview is more than 1:3 in the optimal ratio, the selection committee may apply higher cut-off over and above the minimum cut-off criteria which shall be proportionately increased for each category to restrict the maximum number of candidates to be called for the next level or the final level of selection i.e. “Interview”.

17. If sufficient number of candidates are not available for attending the interview after short-listing at level-2, the selection committee may decide to invite all the people present in the screening test for personal discussion-cum-interview, in order to encourage more participation in the next level / final level of selection process.

18. Computer based Screening Test of composite nature for drawing a shortlist of candidates for interview

19. For More Selection Process Candidates Kindly refer to the Official Notification

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