Stenographer/ Hindi TranslatorDate of posting:18 Aug
Any Graduate, MA(English, Hindi)
Location : Shimla
Job Category : Govt Sector, Others
Last Date : 31 Aug 2012
Job Type : Full Time
Hiring Process : Written-test
Indian Institute of Advanced Study - Job Details
Indian Institute of Advanced Study, invites applications for the post of Stenographer/ Hindi Translator www.freshersworld.com
|Sr. No.||Name of Posts||Qualification||No. of Post||Pay Scale |
|Stenographer||Bachelors Degree from a recognized Indian University with a minimum shorthand and |
typing speed of 100 and 40 w.p.m.
|Masters degree of recognized University in |
Hindi/English, with English/Hindi as a main
subject at degree level. OR Masters degree of a recognized University in any subject with Hindi and English as main subjects at degree level. OR Masters degree of a recognized University in any subject with Hindi/English medium, and English/Hindi as a main subject at degree level. OR Masters degree in Hindi/English or in any other subject with Hindi/English medium, with English/Hindi as a main subject or as medium or examination at degree level. OR Bachelors degree with Hindi and English as main subjects or either of the two as medium of examination and the other as a main subject plus recognized Diploma certificate course in translation from Hindi to English and vice versa or two years
experience of translation work from Hindi to English and vice versa in Central/State Government Offices, including Government of India Undertakings.
Age : Between 18-28 Years
From 1823 onwards, for some six decades the Governors-General and later Viceroys of India had shuttled from one unsuitable residence to another during their summer sojourns in Shimla. It was Lord Lytton (1876-80), who chose Observatory Hill for constructing the building that was to be the final Viceregal address in town. The hill derives its name from Observatory House which was built in 1840 by Captain J. T. Boileau. In time, Observatory House became the residence of the Viceroy's Private Secretary. Observatory Hill is a watershed which stands figuratively astride India. The waters from one side of the hill flow down to the Bay of Bengal, and the wash from the other heads towards the Arabian Sea.
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