Tuesday, 30 December 2014

Sarva UP Gramin Bank Recruitment of Officers and Assistant

Sarva UP Gramin Bank Recruitment(Sponsored Bank PNB)


Sarva UP Gramin Bank invites applications from Indian citizens, for the following post of who have been declared qualified at the Online CWE-III -2014

-Officer in Middle Management Grade (Scale III)
-Officer in Middle Management Grade (Scale II)
-Officer in Junior Management (Scale I) Cadre
-Office Assistant (Multipurpose)



  • Beginning date of Payment of Application Fees - 30.12.2014 to 14.01.2015
  • Opening date for Online Registration - 30.12.2014
  • Last Date for Online Registration - 14.01.2015




Click here to View the Notification.

Click here to Apply Online.



Please read the official notification carefully before applying ,
You need to have local language knowledge i.e.-HINDI



 



Saturday, 27 December 2014

NICL Recruitment - Administrative Officer-2014


National Insurance Company Ltd. invites applications for recruitment of 362 (Three Sixty Two) Officers in Scale I

  • Publication of Advertisement in Employment News - Last week of December’2014
  • On line Registration commences from - 05.01.2015
  • Last Date for Online Registration - 24.01.2015
  • Payment of Application fees - 05.01.2015-24.01.2015
  • Date of online Examination Various dates in - April 2015
  • Downloading of call letters for examination commences from - 10 days prior to the date of examination
Application Fees
  • SC/ ST / PWD/ EXS/ DXS - Rs. 50/- (Intimation Charges Only)
  • All candidates other than SC/ ST / PWD - Rs. 600/- (Application fee including intimation charges)
Click here to read official notification

Click here to apply online

State Engineering Services Examination -MPPSC-2014

MPPSC Vacancy Details:


Total No. of Posts: 371

Name of the Post:

1.
Assistant Engineer (Civil): 302 posts
2. Assistant Engineer (Electrical): 34 posts
3. Assistant Engineer (Mechanical): 25 posts
4. Assistant Agriculture Engineer: 10 posts





Age Limit: Candidates age limit should be between 21 to 40 years as on 01-01-2015. Age Relaxation is applicable as per rules.

Educational Qualification: Candidates should possess Degree in Civil, Electrical, Mechanical & Agriculture Engineering.

Selection Process: Selection will be based on performance in Preliminary, Main Exam & Interview.

Application Fee: SC/ ST/ OBC & PH candidates of Madhya Pradesh has to pay Rs. 800/-, and candidates other than residents of Madhya Pradesh state has to pay the fee Rs.1600/- , all the candidates must pay Rs.40/- for portal charges through Kiosk. Rs.50/- for Rectifying Mistakes.

How to Apply: Eligible candidates can apply online from the websitewww.mponline.gov.in, www.mppsc.com & www.mppsc.nic.in from 12-01-2015 at 12:00 PM to 11-02-2015 till Midnight 12:00.

Instruction for Online Application:
1. First candidates have to scan their photo and signature.
2. Log on to www.mponline.gov.in, www.mppsc.com & www.mppsc.nic.in
3. After filling the application form candidates have to make the payment through Kiosk.
4. Check all fields and click on Submit button.
5. Then there will be a pop up window comes with the message regarding the submission of online application.
6. For making necessary corrections in the online application candidates have to make payment of Rs.50/- & can change the details from 19-01-2015 to 13-02-2015.
7. After submission of application form, take printout of the submitted application for future use.

Important Dates:
Starting Date for Online Application: 12-01-2015 from 12:00 PM on wards
Closing Date for Online Application: 11-02-2015 till Midnight 12:00.
Starting Date for Rectifying Mistakes: 19-01-2015.
Last Date for Rectifying Mistakes: 13-02-2015.
Date of downloading Hall Tickets for Preliminary Exam: From 22-05-2015 to 12-06-2015.
Date of Preliminary Exam: 14-06-2015.
First Session for Preliminary Exam: at 10:00 am to 12:00 pm.
Second Session for Preliminary Exam: at 02:00 pm to 05:00 pm.


Please read the official notification carefully before applying.

UPSC NDA & NA (I) Notification 2015


The National Defence Academy (NDA) is the Joint Services academy of the Indian Armed Forces, where cadets of the three services, the Army, the Navy and the Air Force train together before they go on to pre-commissioning training in their respective service academies. The NDA is located at Khadakwasla near Pune, Maharashtra. It is the first tri-service academy in the world.
NDA alumni have led and fought in every major conflict in which the Indian Armed Forces has been called to action since the academy was established. The alumni include 3 Param Vir Chakra recipients and 9 Ashoka Chakra recipients. National Defence Academy has produced 27 service Chiefs Of Staff till date. Current Chiefs Of Staff of the Army, the Navy and the Air Force are all NDA alumni.
Applicants to the NDA are selected via a written exam conducted by the UPSC, followed by extensive interviews covering general aptitude, psychological testing, team skills as well as physical and social skills, along with medical tests.About 320,000 applicants sit for each written exam. Typically, about 9,000 of these are invited to interview. Applicants to join the Air Force also go through a Pilot Aptitude Battery Test. About 300-350 cadets are accepted to the academy each semester. About 66 cadets are accepted for the Air Force, 39 for the Navy and 195 for the Army.
Cadets who are accepted and successfully complete the program are sent to their respective training academies for one year of training before granting of commission: army cadets go to IMA at Dehradun, Air Force cadets to AFA at Dundigal, Hyderabad, and naval cadets to INA, Ezhimala, Kerala

Training Pattern
All the cadets joining the NDA after their 10+2 Examination are trained in the Academy for three years culminating in graduation with BA/BSc or BCs (Computer Science) degree of Jawaharlal Nehru University. Apart from academic training they are also trained in outdoor skills, like Drill, PT and games. The emphasis in NDA is on character building, esprit-de-corps, mental and physical robustness, leadership and a sense of keen observation.
NDA has an excellent infrastructure for all-round training of cadets and a vast array of facilities like spacious and well-maintained classrooms, well-equipped labs, two Olympic size swimming pools, a gymnasium, 32 football fields, 2 polo grounds, a cricket stadium and a number of squash and tennis courts. The academic year is divided into two terms, viz. Spring (Jan. to May) and Autumn (July to Dec.). A cadet must undergo training for a total of six terms before graduating from the NDA.

Now here comes the opportunity to join the elite service of India and serve the nation with pride apply for NDA Examination the details are given below.

UPSC NDA & NA (I) Notification 2015 

Total No of Posts: 375

1. Naval Defence Academy: 320 Posts

(a) Army: 208 Posts
(b) Navy: 42 Posts
(c) Air Force: 70 Posts

2. Naval Academy [10+2 Cadet Entry Scheme]: 55 Posts

Age Limit: Candidates should born not earlier than 02-07-1996 and not later than 01-07-1999

Educational Qualification: Candidates must be Passed in 12th Class of the 10+2 pattern of School Education or equivalent examination conducted by a State Education Board or a University for Army Wing of National Defence Academy and must be Passed in 12th Class of the 10+2 pattern of School Education or equivalent with Physics and Mathematics conducted by a State Education Board or a University for Air Force and Naval Wings of National Defence Academy and for the 10+2 Cadet Entry Scheme at the Indian Naval Academy.

Eligible unmarried male candidates may apply online through the website http://www.upsconline.nic.in/ from 27-12-2014 to 23-01-2015 by 11.59 PM.

Date of Written Examination: 19-04-2015.
Written Examination Results will be declared in: July 2015.
SSB Interviews for the candidates qualified in written examination will be held during: September 2015 to October 2015.
Course will be commencing from: 02-01-2016.





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Friday, 26 December 2014

Expert group recommends online SSC examination

                           SSC may conduct exams online

The expert group instituted in February to review the existing test system of the Staff Selection Commission (SSC) has recommended making the examination online.
The Department of Personnel and Training (DoPT) on Wednesday invited comments within 10 days on the recommendations made by three working groups set up to deliberate on suggestions by the expert group set up under the chairmanship of former Union Public Service Commission Member I.M.G. Khan.
Earlier this month, the SSC conducted a national level workshop to discuss the recommendations. Working groups were formed to discuss issues pertaining to the National Screening Test & Technology, awareness campaign and the Central Armed Force (CAPFs).
The one on CAPFs agreed with the expert group's suggestion that the SSC should not conduct examination for posts for which academic qualification requirement is less than 10+2 standard. The CAPFs can conduct recruitment of Constable (General Duty) on their own if approved by the Union Home Ministry.
“In case the MHA does not agree with the suggestion of the expert group, the CAPFs recommend recruitment of 60 per cent of total vacancies done by the SSC on online exam basis,” the group said.
The group also flagged difficulties faced by delays in the recruitment process. The present cycle has been delayed by eight months and is likely to get delayed further. The SSC may continue recruitment of sub-inspectors through online examinations.
Other suggestions include use of biometrics at every stage, digital height-weight-chest measurement with webcam display, radio-frequency identification chip, barcoded pure carbon-less optical mark recognition, mobile jammers, CCTV recordings of all events and online validation of data.
The group on National Screening Test & Technology has suggested implementation of online exams without further delay and compulsory one-time online registration (updatable) system in all areas except the North-East, where necessary infrastructure is not available.
“The application would be web-based and mobile application will enable candidates to apply using mobile devices also.”
Although the expert group said that the National Screening test may not be feasible, the working group felt that the issue needed to be debated. It also suggested if private agencies, like universities and engineering colleges, could be used for exam infrastructure.
On the level of questions, the group recommended the SSC's control over question papers and graded difficulty for candidates with jumbled questions/answers.
Among other suggestions were randomisation of question papers before sending to each exam centre, making negative marking mandatory, uploading of answer keys along with question papers.
Important points:
  1. SSC may conduct exams online
  2. Decision is yet to be cleared by the Department of Personnel and Training (DoPT)
  3. Apart from examination system, marking and other modifications will also be executed in the examination pattern

Ref-The Hindu

Thursday, 25 December 2014

72825 Trainee Teacher Recuitment News & UP TET-2014





Now duration of BEd will be of two years

बीएड हुआ दो साल का, जल्‍द जारी हो जाएंगे गाइडलाइन


अगले सत्र से बीएड कोर्स दो साल का हो जाएगा। नेशनल काउंसि‍ल फॉर टीचर एजुकेशन के बाद UP में भी इसे अगले सत्र लागू करने की योजना बनाई जा रही है। बुधवार को हुई शासन स्‍तर की बैठक में इसका फैसला लिया गया। प्रवेश परीक्षा की ति‍थि और आवेदन पत्रों के वि‍तरण के समय इस बात की सार्वजनिक घोषणा करने की संभावना जताई जा रही है।

प्रमुख सचि‍व कल्‍पना अवस्‍थी की अध्‍यक्षता में शासन स्‍तर की बैठक आयोजि‍त की गई। इस दौरान एनसीटीई के र्नि‍देश के आधार पर बीएड को एक से दो साल किए जाने पर वि‍चार कि‍या गया। एक घंटे तक चली बैठक में शासन ने दो वर्ष के बीएड पाठ्यक्रम को लागू किए जाने पर सहमति दे दी। आगामी सत्र में एडमिशन से पहले दो साल के कोर्स की घोषणा कर दी जाएगी। 
बैठक में बीएड प्रवेश परीक्षा की जि‍म्‍मेदारी लखनऊ वि‍श्‍ववि‍द्यालय को दिए जाने की भी निर्णय लिया गया। इस दौरान आवेदनों की उपलब्‍धता और काउंसिलिंग पर भी चर्चा की गई।
 
 
इस साल से शुरू होगा दो वर्ष का बीएड
नेशनल काउंसिल फॉर टीचर एजुकेशन की ओर से बीएड कोर्स की अवधि को एक साल से बढ़ा कर दो साल करने का आदेश जारी कि‍या गया था। इसी कड़ी में प्रदेश शासन ने साल 2015 में होने वाले एडमिशन के लिए इसे लागू करने की तैयारी शुरू कर दी है। बैठक में तय हुआ कि जल्द ही दो साल के बीएड कोर्स में एडमिशन के लिए जरूरी  गाइडलाइन तैयार कर जारी कर दी जाएगी।


Ref Bhaskar


To ensure quality teachers are churned out of training colleges, the National Council for Teacher Education (NCTE) is making some sweeping changes from the next academic year. It is increasing the duration of the Bachelor of Education (BEd) programme from one year to two years, besides modifying the curriculum.

This means now one has to study for five years to become a teacher, as the minimum eligibility to pursue BEd is a three-year undergraduate programme. Experts feel the change will lend the programme the gravitas enjoyed by other professional courses like BE (four years) and MBBS (five-and-a-half years).

Under the new plan the B.Ed course would be of two years in which a student would have to give school teaching of 16 weeks instead of 40 days only as under one year plan. 

A string of other norms is also being stipulated. Students have been mandated to complete BEd within three years from the date of admission. They should have more than 80% attendance every year. Teacher training colleges must have one teacher for every 25 students.

NCTE has proposed to increase the minimum teaching experience for becoming the Principal of a B.Ed college from the present 10 years to 15 years now.The new changes if implemented would mean a drastic change in the pattern of the teacher education. 


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