The Lok Sabha Secretariat has released an official notification inviting all the interested, eligible candidates for Curatorial Assistant, Conservation Assistant and Technical Assistant vacancies. In order to apply for Lok Sabha Secretariat Recruitment 2019, all the candidates need to apply through offline application mode on or before January 13, 2019.
Lok Sabha Secretariat Recruitment 2019: Eligibility criteria
Curatorial Assistant: All the candidates interested in applying for this post should possess master’s degree in History from a recognised university with specialisation in Modern Indian History OR
Master’s degree in Musicology from a recognised University/Institute OR
Bachelor’s degree in History from a recognized University.
Experience: 1 year in a reputed Museum, being conversant with various facets of Museum-related work, including use of latest IT techniques for planning and maintenance of Museums for those having Master’s Degree and 02 years for those having Bachelor’s Degree.
Conservation Assistant: The candidates should have a bachelor’s degree with Chemistry from a recognised University.
Experience: Two years in a reputed Conservation Laboratory/Museum, being well versed with various works related to Museum, including conservation of papers and textiles and other collections. Must possess knowledge and experience of latest conservation techniques.
Technical Assistant: Bachelor’s degree in Computer Science/Applications from a recognised University/Institution.
Experience: 2 years in operation, maintenance and regular upgradation of Computers and accessories, including LCD/DLP Projectors, Plasma Screen, TFT, etc.
Desirable: Experience or knowledge of various Museum-related work viz. visual documentation of the collection, new Computer Programming for Exhibits, planning educational and other programmes for visitors, etc.
Before the Aptitude Test, on the day of examination, there will be a show-round of Parliament Museum for the candidates.
The Aptitude Test for proficiency in Computers will be a practical test on computer. The candidates will have to secure the minimum qualifying marks in each component of the Aptitude Test as well as in aggregate. The minimum cut off percentage of marks is 50 per cent for all categories of candidates.
Those candidates who qualify in the Aptitude Test will be required to appear in the Personal Interview (25 Marks).From amongst the candidates who secure the minimum qualifying 50 per cent marks in the Personal Interview, selection will be made on the basis of overall performance of the candidates in Aptitude Test and Personal Interview, subject to availability of vacancies.