(lstv) Lok Sabha Television Recruitment
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Hiring For Parliamentary Interpreter
Job Details Post Name Parliamentary Interpreter Grade-II
No of Vacancy 11 Posts
Pay Scale Rs. 15600-39100 -
Grade Pay Rs. 5400 - Eligibility Criteria Educational Qualification Master s degree in English from a recognised university with Medium of Hindi Language upto Degree Level OR Master s Degree in Hindi from a recognised university with Medium of English Language upto Degree Level.Certificate in Computer Course from AICTE.
Age Limit 27 years Selection Process Selection will be based on Preliminary Examination Main Examination....
Recruitment For Hindi Assistant
Lok Sabha Secretariat DAVP jobs- Hindi Assistant in Delhi. Last Date 31 Aug 2015 Lok Sabha Secretariat DAVP Job Details- Hindi Assistant Eligibility BA Location Delhi Last Date 31 Aug 2015
Advt. No. 4 2015Hindi Assistant recruitment in Lok Sabha Secretariat DAVP No.of Post 12 Pay Scale Rs. 9300-34800 Grade Pay Rs. 4600 - last date of receipt of applications is 31.08.2015....
Opening For Production Executive
Name of the Posts 1. Production Executive
2. Producer Asst. Producer
3. Production Assistant
4. Broadcast Engineer
5. Technical Executive
6. Copy Editor English 7. Anchor English Hindi 8. Manager Distribution 9. Manager Marketing 10.Asst. Producer Social Media 11.Asst. Producer Transmission Educational Qualifications Candidate should possess Graduation preferably Degree Diploma in Mass Communication with 5-8 years of experience for Post No. 1, Graduation Degree Diploma in Mass Communication with 10 years of experience for producer and 5 years of experience for Asst. Producer for Post No. 2. Refer notification for post wise qualification details.
Selection Process Selection will be based on skill test interview....
About (lstv) Lok Sabha Television
Parliament Channel mandated to telecast live the proceedings of the Lok Sabha – the House of the People of the Indian Parliament. The Channel also produces and telecasts a whole range of programmes of general interest on issues relating to democracy, governance, social, economic and constitutional issues and citizens’ concerns. Debates, discussions and documentaries, as well as programmes on culture and award-winning films in different Indian languages are important elements in the programmes of the channel.
Along with parliament, the Lok Sabha Television (LSTV) shares a responsibility to contribute to political, economic and social development in ways consistent with democratic principles by pursuing fact-based, fully substantiated coverage and to inform citizens about parliamentary activities and the role of parliament so as to help empower the public.
National broadcasters funded out of the public purse have historically formed a vital component of the broadcasting sector in most countries and the rationale for these broadcasters, which can offer alternative programming to that provided by the commercial sector, remains strong.
Some countries support public service broadcasting more enthusiastically, where the public service broadcasters (PSBs) are seen as more informal, modern, and informative than before, without having lost their reputation for quality. This is what team LSTV aspires and are working for