Opportunity for Mass Comm pass outs
GK NEWS NETWORK
Srinagar, May 6: The Staff Selection Commission has invited applications for the posts of Junior Grade of Indian Information Service (IIS).
According to the advertisement issued by SSC, there are total 134 vacancies which includes 29 in English, 16 in Urdu and one in Kashmiri.
As per the advertisement, the candidate should have degree from a recognized university and diploma in journalism. The diploma and degree in Mass Communication would also fulfill the eligibility criteria.
The desirable qualification is three years experience of Journalistic, Publicity or Public relations work in a Government Department or any newspaper/news agency.
Talking to Greater Kashmir, Additional Deputy Commissioner Pulwama Muneer-ul-Islam, who is part of initiative for Competition Promotion in Jammu and Kashmir, said that journalism pass outs of the Valley should apply for these posts.
He said the aspirants should practice in translation, and should have idea about the functioning of Government of India.
“They should also have knowledge about the developmental works being undertaken by the Centre and Central Schemes in vogue here,” Islam told Greater Kashmir.
He said they will try their best to hold workshop for the aspirants.
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