Prasar Bharati Recruitment 2018: Apply @prasarbharati.gov.in
 
New Delhi. The recruitment drive aims to fill 12 posts for Private Secretary on deputation basis in New Delhi.
rasar Bharati has released a notification regarding the recruitment of the year 2018 for both fresher and experienced candidates on the official website, prasarbharati.gov.in.
The recruitment drive aims to fill 12 posts for Private Secretary on deputation basis in New Delhi.
The last date to apply for the same is November 8, 2018.
Eligibility criteria:
Officers under the central government and autonomous organizations following central government rules/ norms/procedures/pay scales
Candidates having three years service in PB-2 i.e. 9300-34800 + 4600/- on regular basis in the parent cadre/department and having experience as Private Secretary or Personal Assistant.
 
Candidates having eight years service in PB-2 i.e. 9300-34800 + 4200/- on regular basis in the parent cadre/department and having experience as Private Secretary or Personal Assistant.
 
Age limit:
The candidates should not have crossed the age of 56 years as on the closing date of receipt of application for the above mentioned posts.
 
How to apply:
Interested officers may forward their applications in the prescribed format (as given in the annexure) along with the following documents through proper channel:
 
Certified copies of up-to-date and complete Annual Confidential Report (APAR/CR Dossier) of last five years
 
Integrity Certificate
 
Vigilance Clearance
 
List of minor/major penalty, if any imposed during last 10 years
 
Mission of Prasar Bharti:
The major objectives of the Prasar Bharati Corporation as laid out in the Prasar Bharati Act, 1990 are as follows:
 
To uphold the unity and integrity of the country and the values enshrined in the Constitution
 
To promote national integration
 
To safeguard citizens' rights to be informed on all matters of public interest by presenting a fair and balanced flow of information
 
To pay special attention to the fields of education and spread of literacy, agriculture, rural development, environment, health & family welfare and science & technology
 
To create awareness about women's issues and take special steps to protect the interests of children, aged and other vulnerable sections of the society.