Applications are invited by the Lok Sabha Secretariat for the post of a reporter and the application process will be concluded on January 28, 2020.
After a thorough checking of the applications, eligible candidates will be called to appear for a shorthand test, written test and personal interview at Delhi.
The written and the shorthand test will be for 100 marks each, where the written test will consist of general knowledge and general English of 50 marks each.
For the general category candidates, the cut-off is 50 per cent marks of the total, whereas for OBC the cut-off is 45 and it is 40 per cent of the total marks for SC/ST students.
A candidate needs to be a graduate in any discipline from a recognised university and shorthand speed of 160 words per minute in English/Hindi.
The upper age limit to apply for the post is 40 years.
Interested candidates will have to post they completely filled up forms along with essential documents to ‘The Recruitment Branch, Lok Sabha Secretariat, Room Number 521, Parliament House Annexe, New Delhi-110001.