Lok Sabha TV Jobs 2017
Lok Sabha TV Recruitment 2017: Parliament of India – Lok Sabha Television Unit (LSTV) is ready to recruit the most desirable candidates for 26 Vacant Posts. The Vacancies are for Producer, Editor, Manager, and other Posts. Therefore, all the interested aspirants can now apply for Lok Sabha TV Jobs 2017 from 15th October 2017 @ loksabhatv.nic.in. The last date to submit your application forms for Lok Sabha TV Vacancy 2017 is 3rd November 2017. Read further and get more details about Lok Sabha Television Recruitment 2017.
Lok Sabha TV Recruitment 2017-18
|Name of the Organization||Parliament of India-Lok Sabha Television Unit|
|Post Name||Producer, Editor, Manager, and other Posts|
|Starting date to apply||15-10-2017|
|Closing date to apply||03-11-2017|
|Job Cateogry||Central Government Jobs|
Lok Sabha TV 2017 Vacancy Details
|Sl.No||Name of the Post||No of Vacancy|
|6.||Anchor (English) cum Producer||02|
|10.||Peoduction Manager (Studio)||01|
|12.||Manager (Finance & Accounts)||01|
|13.||Manager (administration & HR)||01|
Eligibility Criteria for Lok Sabha Television Notification 2017
- Senior Producer Post: Candidates must have completed graduation in relevant discipline from the recognized university.
- Producer: Candidates must have completed graduation in relevant discipline from the recognized university.
- Manager: Must have completed Graduation along with 5-10 years of work experience in the desired field.
Refer Lok Sabha TV Recruitment Official Notification for Post wise qualification.
- Minimum Age: 21years.
- Maximum Age:58 years.
- Skill Test/Personal Interview.
- Rs.9,300/- to Rs.90,000/- + Grade Pay.
- Refer Official Notification.
How to Apply for Lok Sabha Television Recruitment 2017
Candidates can apply Offline for Lok Sabha TV Recruitment @ loksabhatv.nic.in on or before 3rd November 2017.
Lok Sabha Secretariat,
Room No. G-016,
Parliament Library Building,
New Delhi – 110001.
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About Lok Sabha TV
Lok Sabha TV is an Indian cable television network channel from Government of India that offers coverage of central government proceedings and other public affairs programming. Its remit is to make accessible to all the work of the parliamentary and legislative bodies of India. The channel broadcasts live and recorded coverage of the Lok Sabha (lower house of Parliament) while Rajya Sabha TV covers the sessions of the Rajya Sabha (upper house of Parliament). Select Parliamentary proceedings have been telecast in India since 1989 when the President’s address to Parliament was shown on live television. After 1994 the Question Hours of both Houses were broadcast live on alternate weeks on both satellite television and All India Radio. The broadcasts were scheduled to ensure that on a given week proceedings in both Houses were aired, one on TV and the other on the radio.
In 2006, DD Lok Sabha was replaced by Lok Sabha TV (LSTV), a 24-hour TV channel broadcasting in Hindi and English, which is owned and operated entirely by the Lok Sabha itself, broadcasting live the proceedings of the Lok Sabha and also various cultural and educational programs and panel discussions, when the Lok Sabha is not in session. Currently, Lok Sabha TV is headed by Sumit Singh, Chief Executive & Editor-in-Chief and Shyam Kishore Sahay a well known Journalist and Media/Broadcast professional, and the current editor of the national channel. The Channel’s programming headed by Dhiraj Singh(Executive Director-Programmes), a journalist and media professional who also anchors a popular show called ‘Know Your MP’ and Technical headed by Abhishek Agrawal Senior Technical Manager.
More About Lok Sabha TV
With efforts of the Lok Sabha and Prasar Bharati, in 2004 two dedicated satellite channels set up to telecast live the proceedings of both Houses of Parliament. In July 2006, DD Lok Sabha replaced by Lok Sabha Television, which is owned and operated by the Lok Sabha itself. Lok Sabha Television also airs other national ceremonies, such as the Oath-taking ceremony of the President of India, conferring of awards to Parliamentarians, and addresses by foreign dignitaries. Private television channels allowed to use these feeds subject to payment and conditions laid down by the Lok Sabha Secretariat. In addition, video footage of proceedings stored in the Parliamentary Archives. When Parliament is not in session, these channels air general informative programs, particularly those related to effective government