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Lok Sabha Secretariat has uploaded wrong download link for the Protocol Officer examination

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While this post is being written the Joint Recruitment Cell’s notification link for the ‘examination for recruitment of Executive/legislative/committee/protocol officers and research/reference officers in Lok Sabha secretariat’ is not working. The parliament staff have uploaded a wrong download link and it does not work.

The protocol officers/research officers in the parliament is an important post and many apply for it. It is shameful that the parliament staff are so careless with it! Please note that if you can download it from the link then they may have corrected the error.

Here are snapshots of the errors that Joint Recruitment Cell has made.

While we are writing this, the following is the link on the recruitment page:

Protocol office exam

Now if you click on the link for the Protocol officer/research officer, then you get this error (Firefox, other browsers may give different message for the same error):

Protocol Officer examination in parliament

This is because the download link has some error which is this!

Protocol officer exam in Lok Sabha

Hope they correct it soon.  Keep reading the blog on how to prepare for the examination of Protocol Officers/assistants Research, reference officer in the Lok Sabha/Rajya Sabha which is more or less modelled on the UPSC Civil Services Exam pattern. The UPSC Blog will soon publish a post on that.

Update: The parliament staff corrected the link after a week of publishing the notification.

2 Responses to 'Lok Sabha Secretariat has uploaded wrong download link for the Protocol Officer examination'

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  1. Do you have any idea when is the exam scheduled? the notification did not say anything about it.

    Arunkumar A

    8 Apr 10 at 2:25 pm

  2. Arun, it should happen later. Keep watching their website or phone them.

    UPSC Blogger

    8 Apr 10 at 2:46 pm

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