The Government of New Delhi, the Rashtriya Sanskrit Sansthan has issued a notification for the recruitment of 10 Lower Division Clerk (LDC) posts vacancies. The candidates who have passed required qualification for Lower Division Clerk (LDC) posting, are eligible to apply for Rashtriya Sanskrit Sansthan Lower Division Clerk (LDC) Recruitment 2016-17.
Educational qualification for the Rashtriya Sanskrit Sansthan recruitment 2017 must have completed in 12th Class or equivalent qualification from a recognized Board or University with English Typing @ 35 wpm or Hindi/Sanskrit typing @ 30 wpm Rashtriya Sanskrit Sansthan recruitment 2017. The age limit minimum 18-30yrs
Name of the Organization: Rashtriya Sanskrit Sansthan
Official Website: www.sanskrit.nic.in
Location: New Delhi
Name of the Post (Designation): Lower Division Clerk (LDC)
Total Number of Vacancies: 10 Posts
Age Limit: 18-30 years
Pay Scale: 5200-20200/- + Grade Pay 1900/-
Educational Qualification: 12th passed or equivalent with English Typing @ 35 wpm or Hindi/Sanskrit typing @ 30 wpm
Selection Processes: Written Test/Skill Test
Application Procedure: Download Application Format and Send Hard Copy by registered/speed post before 5th Feb 2017
Last Date of Online Application: 5th Feb 2017
The work or job role of a Lower Division Clerk is simple, and they are usually required to perform Simple tasks in the allotted offices. Selected candidates against LDC are required to below tasks,
* Enter the date into the computer (Data Entry work).
* Job role includes maintenance of required files and documents.
* Making the salary of the office staff.
* Sending or receiving the important files/ documents.
* He/ she needs to register leave of the office staff.
The Sansthan was established in 15th October, 1970 as an autonomous organisation registered under the Societies Registration Act, 1860 (Act XXI of 1860) for the development and promotion of Sanskrit all over the country. It is fully funded by Government of India. It functions as an apex body for propagation and development of Sanskrit and assists the Ministry of Human Resource Development in formulating and implementing various plans and schemes for the development of Sanskrit studies. It has assumed the role of a nodal body for the effective implementation of various recommendations made by the Sanskrit Commission set up by the Government of India, Ministry of Education in 1956 to consider the propagation and development of Sanskrit language and education in all its aspects. Sanskrit has played a vital role in the development of all Indian languages and in the preservation of the cultural heritage of India. No Indian language can flourish without the help of Sanskrit. Sanskrit also provides the theoretical foundation of ancient sciences. Hence, it becomes essential to preserve and propagate Sanskrit for all-round development of India. Fully conscious of this responsibility, the Govt. of India, in pursuance of the recommendations of the Sanskrit Commission (1956-57) constituted a Central Sanskrit Board, which recommended the establishment of a Rashtriya Sanskrit Sansthan. Accordingly, the Rashtriya Sanskrit Sansthan was established in October 1970 as an autonomous organisation registered under the Societies Registration Act, 1860 for the development, preservation and promotion of Sanskrit learning all over the country and abroad. The Sansthan is fully financed by the Government of India and works as a vital agency of the Central Government.