Organization Name :
Name of the Post :
Asst Editor & Sr Accountant
Number of the Posts :
- Asst Editor– 01
- Sr Accountant– 01
Advertisement No :
Age Limit :
- Asst Editor
Maximum Age: 50Years(Relaxation as per Government of Ondia rules.)
- Sr Accountant
Maximum Age: 30Years(Relaxation as per Government of Ondia rules.)
Education / Qualification :
- Asst Editor
- A research degree in literature
- Research expericance and published work
- General Knowledge of Indian literature
- Diploma in Journalism
- Sr Accountant
- Graduation in Commerce from a recognized University.
- 5 years’s expericance in accounting.
- Knowledge of Govt.rules and regulations.
- Ability to prepare various forms of accounts
- Basic knowledge of computer application.
Selection Criteria :
Based on Qualification and Knowledge
About Organization :
The proposal to establish a National Academy of letters in India had been under the consideration of the British Government of the country long before independence. In 1944, the Government of India accepted in principle a proposal of the Royal Asiatic Society of Bengal that a National Cultural trust should be set up to encourage cultural activities in all fields. The trust was to consist of three Academies, including the Academy of letters. After freedom, the proposal was pursued by the independent Government of India, while convened a series of conference to work out the details. Consensus emerged in favour of establishing three National Academies one of letters, another of visual arts and the third of dance, drama and music. But deference of opinion persisted whether the Government should take the initiative and establish the Academies or whether it should wait for the advent of individuals who had the necessary moral authority to establish the Academies. Abul Kalam Azad the union minister of education, was of the opinion that “if we had waited for the Academy to grow up from below, we might have had to wait till the Greek Kalends”. It was felt that there was no alternative to Government taking the initiative to set up the Academies. The Government’s functioning in the process was to be that of a curtain raiser. The Government would set up the Academies, but once they were establish, it would refrain from exercising any control and leave them to perform their function as autonomous institution. The Government of India decided to establish a National Academy of letters to be called Sahitya Akademi by its resolution No F-6-4/51G2(A) dated December 1952.
The Sahitya Akademi was formally inaugurated by the Government of India on 12 March 1954. The Government of India Resolution, which set forth the constitution of the Akademi, described it as a national organisation to work actively for the development of Indian letters and to set high literary standards, to foster and co-ordinate literary activities in all the Indian languages and to promote through them all the cultural unity of the country. Though set up by the Government, the Akademi functions as an autonomous organisation. It was registered as a society on 7 January 1956, under the Societies Registration Act, 1860.
Head Office: The Head Office of the Sahitya Akademi is housed in Rabindra Bhavan, 35 Ferozeshah Road, New Delhi. This elegant building was constructed in 1961 to commemorate the birth centenary of Raindranath Tagore, and houses all the three National Akademies, namely, the Sangeet Natak Akademi, the Lalit Kala Akademi and the Sahitya Akademi.
The Head office looks after the publication and programme’s in Dogri, English, Hindi, Kashmiri, Maithili, Nepali, Punjabi, Rajasthani, Sanskrit, Santhali and Urdu and functions as a regional office as far as these languages are concerned.
Job Location :
Head office,New Delhi
Important Dates :
Start Date : Already started
Last Date to submit application Form : 14/05/2018
Contact Address :
Secretary,Sahitya Akademi,Rabindra Bhavan,35,Ferozenshah Road,New Delhi-110001