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LC makes 'deliberate attempt to adjust blue eyed'
BCA, MCA qualifications for posts of Reporter, Translator
9/10/2018 11:10:31 PM
Early Times Report
Jammu, Sept 10: The recently published advertisement by the Legislative Council for various posts is seen as ambiguous, particularly in the posts of Reporter and Translator wherein it has sought higher qualification in computer, in clear attempt to adjust some 'blue eyed'.
Sources told Early Times that ever since the advertisement published by the Legislative Council, the qualifications required for the posts of Reporter and Translator has attracted the attention of the every one as the computer professional qualification has been given preference in above said posts, which has come as shock among the aspirants as generally the basic qualification of graduation or master degree in Hindi, Urdu or English and basic knowledge is required for such jobs but some officials deliberately added Bachelor of Computer Application (BCA), Master of Computer Application (MCA).
"There seems no logic behind seeking higher qualification in computer as the work of Reporter and Translator required no above said qualification as only basic knowledge of computer is sufficient for the people appointed on such posts," sources informed, adding that the main job of a translator is to translate the given content from one language to other.
Sources said that even in Parliament of Indian for the job of Translator, the qualification of Master's degree in Hindi from a recognized university with the English as a subject at the Degree Level or Master's Degree in English from a recognized university with Hindi as a subject at the Degree Level or Master's Degree in any subject from recognized university with Hindi and English as subjects at the Degree Level or Master's Degree in any subject with Hindi medium from a recognized university and English as a subject at the Degree Level or Master's Degree in any subject with English medium from a recognized university and Hindi as a subject at the Degree Level, is required.
"Moreover, for Translators' job Diploma/ Certificate course in Translation from Hindi to English and vice-versa from any University/ institute recognized by the Government or 2 years experience of translation from Hindi to English and vice-versa in Central/State Government offices or State Legislature Secretaries or Central/State Public Sector Undertakings/ Autonomous Bodies, is required but in the State Legislative Council, on the contrary, computer qualification has been given preference," they said.
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