The Government of India, the National Investigation Agency (NIA) has issued a notification for the recruitment of 12 Stenographer Grade-I Post’s vacancies. The candidates who have passed required qualification for Stenographer Grade-I posting, are eligible to apply for National Investigation Agency (NIA) Stenographer Grade-I posts Recruitment 2016-17.
Educational qualification for the National Investigation Agency (NIA) recruitment 2017 must have completed in Fellow of Institute of Company Secretaries of India with Five Years’ Experience of having worked as Secretary in an Organization of Repute. Candidates with an added qualification in Law, Personnel Management of Finance will be Preferred National Investigation Agency (NIA) recruitment 2017.
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Name of the Organization: National Investigation Agency (NIA)
Total no of vacancies: 12 posts
Official Website: www.nia.gov.in
Location: Any Where in India
Name of the Post (Designation): Stenographer Grade-I
Educational Qualification: Graduate Degree from a recognized University and Possessing computer proficiency, Skill Test Stenography speed 10 mts @ 80 words per minute. Transcription: 50 minutes (English), 65 minutes (Hindi) on computer
Age Limit: 9300-34800 + Grade Pay 4200/-
Pay Scale: 56 years.
How to Apply: It is requested that the above advertisement may kindly be circulated on all Departments/Institutions/Offices under your charge and also hosted on their websites. The nominations of eligible officers along with following documents should reach to the IDIG (Adm), NIA HQ, 7th Floor, NDCC-II Building, Jai Singh Road, New Delhi-110001 through proper channel within O2 months from the date of publication of this item in Employment News.
The last date for receipt of applications 15th April 2017
Stenographers must learn a type of shorthand, an abbreviated language form that is designed for rapid transcription, to take notes on a steno machine in order to catch each word that is spoken.
National Investigation Agency (NIA) is a central agency established by the Indian Government to combat terror in India. It acts as the Central Counter Terrorism Law Enforcement Agency. The agency is empowered to deal with terror related crimes across states without special permission from the states. The Agency came into existence with the enactment of the National Investigation Agency Act 2008 by the Parliament of India on 31 December 2008. NIA was created after the 2008 Mumbai terror attacks as need for a central agency to combat terrorism was realised. The founding Director-General of NIA was Radha Vinod Raju, and he served till 31 January 2010. He was succeeded by Sharad Chandra Sinha till March 2013 when he was appointed the member of the National Human Rights Commission of India. In July 2013, Sharad Kumar was appointed as the Chief of National Investigation Agency.