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VACANCY – INSTRUCTIONS

IMPORTANT INSTRUCTIONS AND GUIDELINES


General Conditions for Candidates

  1. All applications are to be submitted online. For filling up and submitting the application, please visit ststephens.edu. The last date for submission of completed application form is 20 September 2016.
  2. Age relaxation will be given as per the rules of the University of Delhi.
  3. Candidates should possess the prescribed qualification and experience as on the closing date of the application. Candidates are required to produce all necessary documents as per eligibility conditions.
  4. Candidates should not furnish any particulars that are false, tampered, fabricated or suppress any material/ information while submitting the application and self-certified copies/testimonials.
  5. The applicants are requested to ensure their eligibility for the post being applied for before filling up the application. It will be the sole responsibility of the candidate to satisfy himself/herself whether he/she is meeting the prescribed criterion. The application will be summarily rejected if it is found that the applicant does not fulfill the eligibility criteria or has misrepresented/suppressed the information.
  6. At the time of appointment or during the tenure of the service the college shall verify the antecedents or documents submitted by a candidate. In case, it is detected that the documents submitted by the candidates are false or the candidate has suppressed relevant information, then his/her services shall be terminated without prejudice to any other action initiated by the College.
  7. The number/category of posts advertised may vary, and the management reserves to itself the right to fill all or only a few of these posts.
  8. The College reserves the right to withdraw any advertised post(s) at any time without giving any reason.
  9. In case of any inadvertent mistake in the process of selection, which may be detected at any stage even after the issue of appointment letter, the College reserves right to modify/withdraw/cancel any communication made to the candidate.
  10. Candidates already in service must apply through proper channel.
  11. Candidates applying for more than one post must submit a separate form for each post.
  12. The Fees for the application form is as per details given below: a. UR Rs. 400/- b. PWD- NIL. Separate payment has to be made for each post.
  13. Fees once paid will not be refunded under any circumstances.
  14. Further, applications will not be allowed to be withdrawn nor would the fees be refunded or kept in reserve for any future recruitment.
  15. No T.A or D.A will be paid for appearing in the written test.


PRINCIPAL



ELIGIBILITY REQUIREMENTS

JACT (LDC)

5,200 – 20,200 + 1,900 (GP)

Essential:

  1. A Senior Secondary School Certificate (+2) or its equivalent qualification from a recognized Board/University/ Institution with at least 50% marks or a graduate from a recognized University, and Diploma / Certificate holder of minimum 6 months duration in Computer Application/ Office Management/ Secretarial Practice/ Financial Management/Accounts or equivalent discipline.

Or

Holding Graduate Degree in Computer Application/Office Management/Secretarial Practice/ Financial Management /Accounts or equivalent discipline from a recognized University.

  1. Having a typing speed of 40 w.p.m. in English or 30 w.p.m. in Hindi Typewriting through computers.

Maximum Age Limit: 27 years.



LIBRARY ASSISTANT

5,200 – 20,200 + 2,000 (GP)

Essential:

  1. Passed Sr. Secondary or equivalent examination conducted by State Board of Education/University/Govt. recognized institutions.
  2. Certificate in Library Science/Library and Information Science from a recognized institution.
  • Computer Course at Sr. Secondary Level or Basic Course in Computer Science/Word Processing from a recognized Institution.

Maximum Age Limit: 27 years.

 



LIBRARY TYPIST

5,200 – 20,200 + 1,900 (GP)

Essential:

  1. A Senior Secondary School Certificate (+2) or its equivalent qualification from a recognized Board/University/ Institution with at least 50% marks or a graduate from a recognized University, and Diploma / Certificate holder of minimum 6 months duration in Computer Application/ Office Management/ Secretarial Practice/ Financial Management/Accounts or equivalent discipline.

Or

Graduate Degree in Computer Application/Office Management/Secretarial Practice/ Financial Management /Accounts or equivalent discipline from a recognized University.

  1. Having a typing speed of 40 w.p.m. in English or 30 w.p.m. in Hindi Typewriting through computers.

Maximum Age Limit: 27 years.



MESS CLERK

5,200 – 20,200 + 1,900 (GP)

Essential:

  1. A Senior Secondary School Certificate (+2) or its equivalent qualification from a recognized Board/University/ Institution with at least 50% marks or a graduate from a recognized University, and Diploma / Certificate holder of minimum 6 months duration in Computer Application/ Office Management/ Secretarial Practice/ Financial Management/Accounts or equivalent discipline.

Or

Graduate Degree in Computer Application/Office Management/Secretarial Practice/ Financial Management /Accounts or equivalent discipline from a recognized University.

  1. Having a typing speed of 40 w.p.m. in English or 30 w.p.m. in Hindi Typewriting through computers.

Maximum Age Limit: 27 years.



LABORATORY ASSISTANT

5,200 – 20,200 + 2,000 (GP)

Essential:

  1. Should have passed Senior Secondary (10+2) or an equivalent examination with Science subjects with 50% marks.

OR

  1. Sc. Graduates.

Maximum Age Limit: 30 years (Age relaxation will be allowed as per the extant guidelines of University of Delhi/UGC).



MTS – LIBRARY ATTENDANT

5,200 – 20,200 + 1,800 (GP)

Essential:

  1. Passed 10th or equivalent examination from any State Education Board or Government recognized Institution.
  2. Certificate in Library Science/ Library & Information Science from a recognized Institution.

Desirable:

Computer as a subject at Secondary level or Basic course in Computers from any Institution.

Maximum Age Limit: 27 years (Age relaxation will be allowed as per the extant guidelines of University of Delhi/UGC).


M.T.S. LABORATORY ATTENDANT

5,200 – 20,200 + 1,800 (GP)

Essential:

  1. Matriculation (10th) or an equivalent examination with science subjects from recognized Board.

Maximum Age Limit: 27 years (Age relaxation will be allowed as per the extant guidelines of University of Delhi/UGC).



SCHEME OF EXAMINATION, TEST COMPONENTS AND SYLLABI

 

JUNIOR ASSISTANT (LDC)/MESS CLERK

Written Test
Type of Examination Time: Max. marks allowed:

 

Paper-I Objective Type

General Awareness etc.(150 questions)

2 hours 150 
Paper-II Essay & Comprehension test 1 hour 100 
Total Marks 250

 

 

 Paper-I TEST COMPONENTS   DURATION: 2 hours
NO. OF

QUESTIONS  

MARKS  
(i)  Test of General Awareness  40 40
(ii)   General Intelligence and Reasoning ability  40 40
(iii)  Arithmetical & Numerical Ability  30 30
(iv)  Test of Language English or Hindi 40 40
TOTAL 150   150
Paper-II TEST COMPONENTS   DURATION: 1 hour
MARKS  
Essay, comprehension & letter writing 100 
TOTAL 100  

                               

Candidates are required to qualify the Typing test also. This test carries 50 marks. The candidates have to qualify paper I & II with at least 45% marks (aggregate) to be called for the typing test. For the PwD candidates, the aggregate needs to be 35%.


Syllabus:

Paper I:

  1. General Awareness: Questions will be designed to test the ability of the candidate’s General Awareness of the environment around him and its application to society. The questions will also be designed to test knowledge of current events and of such matter of everyday observation as may be expected of an educated person. The test will include questions relating to India and its neighboring countries, especially pertaining to History, Indian Polity & Constitution, Art & Culture, Geography, Economics, General Policy, Science & Scientific Research, National/International Organizations /Institutions, events etc.
  2. General Intelligence and Reasoning Ability: The syllabus of General Intelligence includes questions of both verbal and non-verbal types. Test may include questions on analogies, similarities, differences, space visualization, problem solving, analysis, judgment, decision making, visual memory, discrimination, observation, relationship, concepts, arithmetical reasoning, verbal and figure classification, arithmetical number series etc.
  3. Arithmetical and Numerical Ability: The test of Arithmetical and Numerical Ability will cover Number System including questions on Simplification, Decimals, Fractions, L.C.M., H.C.F., Ratio & Proportion, Percentage, Average, Profit & Loss, Discount, Simple & Compound Interest, Mensuration, Time & Work, Time & Distance, Tables & Graphs, etc.
  4. Test of Language English or Test of Language Hindi:

In addition to the testing of candidate’s understanding of the English or Hindi Languages, its Vocabulary, Grammar, Sentence Structure, Synonyms, Antonyms and its correct usage etc. would also be tested. 

 

Paper – II:

Essay, comprehension & letter writing: This test is meant for testing the applicability and correct usage of the language. 

Candidates are required to qualify the Typing test also.

Note:

  1. The questions shall generally be on the minimum qualification level of the post concerned.
  2. There shall be no negative marking for wrong answers.
  3. The minimum qualifying marks shall be 45% for the unreserved posts and 35% for the posts reserved for PH category in each paper i.e., Paper-I and Paper-II of the test components.
  4. Answer script of Paper-II of a candidate would be evaluated only if he qualifies in Paper-I of test components.

LIBRARY ASSISTANT

A. Scheme of Examination:

Written Test
Type of Examination Time Max. Marks allowed
Paper-I Objective Type

General Awareness etc.     

(75 questions)

1 hour 150
Paper-II Descriptive Type 1 hour 100
Total Marks                                                                                   250          

B. English Comprehension:

Quantitative aptitude and reasoning ability (Mathematical), General Awareness will be of Secondary or equivalent level.

Note:

  1. The questions shall generally be on the minimum qualification level of the post concerned.
  2. There shall be no negative marking for wrong answers.
  3. The minimum qualifying marks shall be 45% for the unreserved posts and 35% for the posts reserved for PH category, applicants with Certificate/ Diploma from recognized institution and proficiency in Languages as per languages books acquired in the library in each section .i.e. Paper-I and Paper II of the test components.
  4. Answer script of Paper-II of a candidate would be evaluated only if he qualifies in paper-I of test components.

LIBRARY TYPIST

Written Test
Type of Examination Time: Max. marks allowed:

 

Paper-I Objective Type

General Awareness etc.(150 questions)

2 hours 150 
Paper-II Essay & Comprehension test 1 hour 100 
Total Marks 250


Scheme of Examination         

 Paper-I TEST COMPONENTS   DURATION: 2 hours
NO. OF

QUESTIONS  

MARKS  
(i)  Test of General Awareness  40 40
(ii)  General Intelligence and Reasoning ability  40 40
(iii)  Arithmetical & Numerical Ability  30 30
(iv)  Test of Language English or Hindi 40 40
TOTAL 150   150
Paper-II TEST COMPONENTS   DURATION: 1 hour
MARKS  
Essay, comprehension & letter writing 100 
TOTAL 100  

                               

Candidates are required to qualify the Typing test also. This test carries 50 marks. The candidates have to qualify paper I & II with at least 45% marks (aggregate) to be called for the typing test. For the PwD candidates, the aggregate needs to be 35%.


Syllabus:


Paper I:

  1. General Awareness: Questions will be designed to test the ability of the candidate’s General Awareness of the environment around him and its application to society. The questions will also be designed to test knowledge of current events and of such matter of everyday observation as may be expected of an educated person. The test will include questions relating to India and its neighboring countries, especially pertaining to History, Indian Polity & Constitution, Art & Culture, Geography, Economics, General Policy, Science & Scientific Research, National/International Organizations /Institutions, events etc.
  2. General Intelligence and Reasoning Ability: The syllabus of General Intelligence includes questions of both verbal and non-verbal types. Test may include questions on analogies, similarities, differences, space visualization, problem solving, analysis, judgment, decision making, visual memory, discrimination, observation, relationship, concepts, arithmetical reasoning, verbal and figure classification, arithmetical number series etc.
  3. Arithmetical and Numerical Ability: The test of Arithmetical and Numerical Ability will cover Number System including questions on Simplification, Decimals, Fractions, L.C.M., H.C.F., Ratio & Proportion, Percentage, Average, Profit & Loss, Discount, Simple & Compound Interest, Mensuration, Time & Work, Time & Distance, Tables & Graphs, etc.
  4. Test of Language English or Test of Language Hindi:

In addition to the testing of candidate’s understanding of the English or Hindi Languages, its Vocabulary, Grammar, Sentence Structure, Synonyms, Antonyms and its correct usage etc. would also be tested. 

 

Paper – II:

Essay, comprehension & letter writing: This test is meant for testing the applicability and correct usage of the language. 

Candidates are required to qualify the Typing test also.

Note:

  1. The questions shall generally be on the minimum qualification level of the post concerned.
  2. There shall be no negative marking for wrong answers.
  3. The minimum qualifying marks shall be 45% for the unreserved posts and 35% for the posts reserved for PH category in each paper i.e., Paper-I and Paper-II of the test components.
  4. Answer script of Paper-II of a candidate would be evaluated only if he qualifies in Paper-I of test components.

LABORATORY ASSISTANT

The following shall be the scheme of Examination, components of written test and its syllabus etc. for recruitment to the post of LABORATORY ASSISTANT (by direct recruitment):

Scheme of the Examination

                                     Written Test
Objective Type General Science at graduate level

(150 questions)

Paper-I

Time: 2 hours Max. Marks allowed: 150 marks
Descriptive

Type

Paper-II

(on the same subject matter as

for Paper –I)

 

Time: 2 hours Max. Marks allowed: 100 marks
Total Marks (150 + 100)=250

Objective Type:  Multiple choice questions to judge the general scientific knowledge (at graduation level) of the candidates in all disciplines of science.

Descriptive Type: On the same subject matters as for Paper I

Knowledge of Computers with special reference to knowledge of word processing, data analysis packages. 

Note: 

  1. The questions shall generally be on the minimum qualification level of the post concerned.
  2. There shall be no negative marking for wrong answers.
  3. The minimum qualifying marks shall be 45% for the unreserved posts and 35% for the posts reserved for PH category in each section i.e., Paper-I and Paper-II of the test components.
  4. Answer script of Paper-II of a candidate would be evaluated only if he qualifies in Paper-I of test components.

M.T.S. LIBRARY ATTENDANT

The following shall be the scheme of Examination, components of written test and its syllabus etc. for recruitment to the post of M.T.S. Library Attendant by the direct recruitment:

Scheme of Examination:

 Written Test
Type of Examination Time Max. Marks allowed
Paper-I Objective Type

General Awareness etc.     

(75 questions)

1 hour 150
Paper-II Descriptive Type 1 hour 100
Total Marks                                                                                   250

Simple English, General Awareness and Mathematical Calculation of 8th standard

General awareness / Library aptitude.

Note:

  1. The questions shall generally be on the minimum qualification level of the post concerned.
  2. There shall be no negative marking for wrong answers.
  3. The minimum qualifying marks shall be 45% for the unreserved posts and 35% for the posts reserved for PH category, applicants with Certificate / Diploma from recognized institution and proficiency in Languages as per languages books acquired in the library in each section .i.e. Paper-I and Paper II of the test components.
  4. Answer script of paper-II of a candidate would be evaluated only if he qualifies in paper-I of test components.

M.T.S. LAB ATTENDANT

The following shall be the scheme of Examination, components of written test and its syllabus etc. for recruitment to the post of M.T.S. Laboratory Attendant by direct recruitment: 

Scheme of the Examination

                                     Written Test
Objective Type

General

Awareness

(150 questions)

Paper-I

 

Time: 2 hours Max.    Marks allowed: 150 marks
Descriptive Type

Paper-II

 

Time: 2 hours Max.    Marks allowed: 100 marks

 

Total Marks (150 + 100)=250

 Objective Type:  Questions on general science at 10th class level.

Descriptive Type: On the same subject matters as for Paper I

Note: 

  1. The questions shall generally be on the minimum qualification level of the post concerned.
  2. There shall be no negative marking for wrong answers.
  3. The minimum qualifying marks shall be 45% for the unreserved posts 35% for the posts reserved for PH category in each section i.e., Paper-I and Paper-II of the test components.
  4. Answer script of Paper-II of a candidate would be evaluated only if he qualifies in Paper-I of test components.
CENTRES OF EXCELLENCE
SOCIETIES
The self-motivated and ceaseless activities of over two dozen clubs and societies constitute a very important part of College life and offer a large variety of avenues for self expression. For each subject there is a Society that sponsors extra-curricular lectures and discussion and, in general, tries to stimulate interest in the subject. There are many other academic and cultural society and clubs covering wide range of activities, such as debating, dramatics, mountaineering, film and music appreciation, social service, photography and electronics.
E-CORNER
INSTITUTIONAL SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY
Please complete all application procedures for Undergraduate Courses
on/before 17TH JUNE, 2016
[Click anywhere to close]
All technical related queries can be sent to
it@ststephens.edu
INTERNAL QUALITY ASSURANCE CELL (IQAC)
CENTRES OF EXCELLENCE
SOCIETIES
The self-motivated and ceaseless activities of over two dozen clubs and societies constitute a very important part of College life and offer a large variety of avenues for self expression. For each subject there is a Society that sponsors extra-curricular lectures and discussion and, in general, tries to stimulate interest in the subject. There are many other academic and cultural society and clubs covering wide range of activities, such as debating, dramatics, mountaineering, film and music appreciation, social service, photography and electronics.
E-CORNER
INSTITUTIONAL SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY
Please complete all application procedures for Undergraduate Courses
on/before 17TH JUNE, 2016
[Click anywhere to close]
All technical related queries can be sent to
it@ststephens.edu
INTERNAL QUALITY ASSURANCE CELL (IQAC)