National Human Rights Commission, New Delhi invited applications for recruitment at various posts

National Human Rights Commission, New Delhi has invited applications for recruitment at various posts. The interested and eligible candidates can apply by November 15.

Notification for filling up the posts of Stenographer Grade ‘D’ and Staff Car Driver on direct recruitment basis. pdf

Post details:
Total posts: 13 posts

Post names:
Stenographer Grade-D: 11 posts
Staff Car Driver: 2 posts

Eligibility criteria:

Essential qualifications:

Stenographer Grade-D: The candidates applying for this post should have passed class 12th. The candidates should have a speed of 80 words per minute in shorthand (English/ Hindi).

Staff Car Driver: The candidates applying for this post should possess valid driving license for motor cars. The candidates should have knowledge of motor mechanism and should have an experience of driving motor car for at least five years.

Age limit:
Stenographer Grade-D: The candidates applying for this post should not age more than 27 years.
Staff Car Driver: The candidates applying for this post should age between 23 and 30 years.

Pay scale:
Stenographer Grade-D: PB-1(Rs 5, 200-20, 200) + Rs 2, 400
Staff Car Driver: PB-1(Rs 5, 200-20, 200) + Rs 1, 900

Mode of recruitment:
Stenographer Grade-D: The candidates will be short listed on the basis of their performances in the written test to be followed by a skill test in stenography.
Staff Car Driver: The candidates will be short listed on the basis of their performances in the driving test to be followed by an interview.

How to apply:
The candidates are required to send their duly filled application forms to “Under Secretary (Estt), National Human Rights Commission, Manav Adhikar, Bhawan, Block-C, GPO Complex, INA, New Delhi-110 023”.The candidates are required to send the attested copies of relevant documents/ testimonials along with the applications.

Application fee:
The candidates are required to pay an application fee of Rs 100 payable through demand draft/ bankers cheque drawn on “NATIONAL HUMAN RIGHTS COMMISSION”.

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