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Assam Career Assam Legislative Assembly Secretariat Recruitment 2023:অসম বিধানসভা সচিবালয়ৰ নিযুক্তি ২০২৩

Assam Career : the vacant administrative positions in the Assam Legislative Assembly Secretariat. Here is the information you requested:

Assam Career Assam Legislative Assembly Secretariat Recruitment 2023

  1. Deputy Secretary:
    • Number of posts: 1
    • Scale of Pay: Rs. 30,000-110,000/- + GP Rs. 15,700 P.M. in Pay Band -4 and other admissible allowances.
    • Qualification: MA in Bodo Language with minimum 50% marks. Preference given to candidates with a Degree or Post Graduate Diploma in Translation Studies from a recognized University.
    • Experience: Minimum ten years working experience in Bodo Language translation, editing, and composing in Government offices/under Education department or Legislative Assembly.
  2. Under Secretary:
    • Number of posts: 1
    • Scale of Pay: Rs. 30,000-110,000/- + GP Rs. 14,500 P.M. in Pay Band -4 and other admissible allowances.
    • Qualification: MA in Bodo Language with minimum 50% marks. Preference given to candidates with a Degree or Post Graduate Diploma in Translation Studies from a recognized University.
    • Experience: Minimum five years working experience in Bodo Language translation, editing, and composing in Government offices/under Education department or Legislative Assembly.
  3. Interpreter:
    • Number of posts: 2
    • Scale of Pay: Rs. 14,000-70,000/- + GP-5,200 P.M. in Pay Band -3 and other admissible allowances.
    • Qualification: Graduate in any discipline with adequate knowledge in Bodo, Assamese, and English language. Preference given to candidates with Diploma or Certificate courses in Translation Studies from a recognized University.
    • Experience: Minimum two-year translation, interpretation, or teaching experience in the concerned language subject.
  4. Senior Administrative Assistant:
    • Number of posts: 1
    • Scale of Pay: Rs. 22,000-97,000/- + GP-9,400 P.M. in Pay Band -3 and other admissible allowances.
    • Qualification: Graduate in any discipline with adequate knowledge in Bodo, Assamese, and English language.
  5. Translator:
    • Number of posts: 2
    • Scale of Pay: Rs. 14,000-70,000/- + GP-8,700 P.M. in Pay Band -3 and other admissible allowances.
    • Qualification: Bachelor’s Degree in Arts with Bodo Language as a MIL subject up to the degree level. Preference given to candidates with Diploma or Certificate courses in Translation Studies from a recognized University.
    • Experience: Minimum two-year translation, editing, or teaching experience in the concerned language subject.

Age Limit:

  • Candidates should be between 21 and 38 years of age at the time of application, regardless of whether they are fresh candidates or applying through the proper channel.

How to Apply:

  • Candidates can send their applications in the Standard Form (Assam Gazette, Part-IX) along with a properly filled-out bio-data on A4 sheet to the Secretary, Assam Legislative Assembly Secretariat, Dispur, Guwahati-6, Assam.
  • The last date for receipt of applications is 10th July 2023.

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FAQs

Who is the secretary of Assam Legislative Assembly?

SECRETARY AND PRINCIPAL SECRETARY OF ASSAM LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY – SINCE 1937
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Name
From
13
Shri Pranab Kr. Das,Principal Secretary
01-09-2015
14
Shri Mrigendra Kr. Deka,Principal Secretary
01-02-2016
15
Shri Amarendra Nr.Deka,Secretary
31-10-2020
16
Shri Sanjeev Kr. Sharma,Secretary
18-02-2021

How many State Legislative Assembly are there in Assam?

The number of seats in the Legislative Assembly and the House of People in the State of Assam has been retained as 126 and 14 respectively.

What is the address of Assam Secretary of Legislative Assembly?

Address: E-Block, 2nd Floor, Assam Secretariat, Dispur, Assam, 781006.

What is the Legislative Assembly council of Assam?

The Assam Legislative Council was the unicameral legislature of Assam in India from 1913 to 1935 and then the upper house of the bicameral legislature from 1935 to 1947, when it was disbanded by the India (Provincial Legislatures) Order, 1947, and the Assam Legislative Assembly became unicameral.

Who is head of legislative assembly?

The Chief Minister

The Chief Minister is the leader of the majority party in the legislative assembly.

Who is chairman of state Legislative Council?

D.H. Shankaramurthy was born on 30.04. 1940 at Shimoga (Karntaka-South India) in a highly respectable family, his parents being Sri. Hanumanthappa and Smt. Kamakshamma.

How many states have 2 Legislative Assembly?

6 states

The 6 states of India are those who have bicameral legislature they are (Andhra Pradesh, Maharashtra, Karnataka, Orissa, Telangana, Bihar, and Uttar Pradesh).

Which state has two Legislative Assembly?

6 out of 28 states have bicameral legislatures, namely Andhra Pradesh, Bihar, Karnataka, Maharashtra, Telangana, and Uttar Pradesh, with the remaining states having a unicameral one.

Which state legislative assembly is largest?

The biggest state, Uttar Pradesh, has 403 members in its Assembly. States which have small populations and are small in size have a provision for having an even smaller number of members in the Legislative Assembly.

Who is the principal secretary of Assam?

Paban Kumar Borthakur is the incumbent Chief Secretary of Assam since 1 September 2022.


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