Rajya Sabha RecruitmentRajya Sabha Recruitment 2017: Rajya Sabha Secretariat Has Invited Application Form For Assistant Director posts.All Eligible Candidates Are Required To check Eligibility details for Rajya Sabha Official Notification and Apply Offline Before Or On 18-05-2017.More details of Rajya Sabha Jobs 2017 like Qualification & Eligibility conditions or how to apply are given below…
Rajya Sabha Recruitment 2017
Post Name :
1. Assistant Director
Qualification : All Interested Candidates should have completed Any Graduation or its equivalent qualification from a recognized Board/University.
Age Limit : Candidates Age limit should not exceed 65 Years.Age relaxationa as per the govt rules.
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Pay Scale : Selected Candidates Per Month Rs.15,600 – 39,100/- Salary.
Selection Process : Selection Process Details Go To Official notification.
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How To Apply : All Eligible Candidates Download application Form through official website http://rajyasabha.nic.in.After Filling The application form, candidate must send hard copy of application along with relevant testimonials to the following Address before or on 18-05-2017.
The Additional Director (Personnel),
Room No. 146, First Floor,
Rajya Sabha Secretariat, Parliament of India,
Parliament House Annexe, New Delhi-110001.
Important Dates :
Last Date For Submission of Application : 18-05-2017
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About Rajya Sabha :
The Rajya Sabha or Council of States is the upper house of the Parliament of India. Membership of Rajya Sabha is limited by the Constitution to a maximum of 250 members, and current laws have provision for 245 members. Most of the members of the House are indirectly elected by state and territorial legislatures using single transferable votes, while the President can appoint 12 members for their contributions to art, literature, science, and social services. Members sit for staggered six-year terms, with one third of the members retiring every two years.
The Rajya Sabha meets in continuous sessions, and unlike the Lok Sabha, the lower house of Parliament, is not subject to dissolution. However, the Rajya Sabha, like the Lok Sabha can be prorogued by the President. The Rajya Sabha has equal footing in all areas of legislation with Lok Sabha, except in the area of supply, where the Lok Sabha has overriding powers. In the case of conflicting legislation, a joint sitting of the two houses can be held. However, since the Lok Sabha has twice as many members as the Rajya Sabha, the former would normally hold the greater power. Joint sittings of the Houses of Parliament of India are rare, and in the history of the Republic, only three such joint-sessions have been held; the latest one for the passage of the 2002 Prevention of Terrorism Act.