Saturday, 25 November 2017

Tis Hazari Court Recruitment 2017, 288 Junior Judicial Assistant Vacancies Apply Now


Tis Hazari Court, Delhi has invited candidates to fill up 288 posts of Group C Junior Judicial Assistant. Eligible and interested candidates can apply for the Tis Hazari Court Recruitment 2017 latest by 01.12.2017.

Name of the Post
Total No of Vacancies
Junior Judicial Assistant (JJA)
288 (for Gen-145,OBC-78,SC-43,ST-22)

Age Limit: 18 to 27 Years as on 1st December 2017 (The Upper age relaxable by 05 years in case of SC/ST, 03 years in case of OBC, 10 years in case of persons with disabilities and in case of Ex-Servicemen/Serving Government employees as per rules.

Pay Scale: PB-I, Pay Band ₹ 5200-20200 + Grade Pay ₹ 2800 (Pre-revised).

Minimum Educational Qualification:
(1) Graduation / Bachelor's Degree or equivalent from a recognized university with English typing @ 40 w.p.m. 

(2) Note: Candidate should have adequate working knowledge of computer shall be given preference.

Selection Process: Written Test (Objective Type), Typing Test and Interview.
(1) Selection shall be made the basis of Written Test Comprising:-

Subjects
Questions
Marks
General Awareness
50
50
General Intelligence and Reasoning Ability
50
50
Arithmetical & Numerical Ability
50
50
General Hindi & Comprehension and General English & Comprehension
50
50
Total =
200
200

(2) The candidates who will be declared qualified in Written Test (as per merit) will be called to appear for typing test @ 40 w.p.m. in English on computer in 10 minutes. 
 
(3) The candidates who qualify the Typing Test shall only be shortlisted for interview.

Application Fee: A non-refundable online fee of ₹ 300/- will be payable by male General as well as OBC candidates along with applicable transaction charges. There is No fee for SC/ ST/ Persons with disability (PWD)/ Ex-Servicemen and Woman Candidates. The fee should be made through
online mode during filling up application form.

How to Apply: Eligible candidates can apply through Delhi District Courts Portal. The Online filling up of application will start at 10:00 AM (IST) on 11/11/2017 and will end at 5:00 PM (IST) on 01/12/2017.

Help Desk: For any queries related about online registration contact 8754000913 / 8754000937 (10:00 AM to 06:00 PM) OR ddctechqueries@gmail.com.

Click Here to read official notification

Thursday, 23 November 2017

Bihar Police SI Recruitment 2017 | Apply online for 1717 Daroga Sub-Inspector Vacancies




Bihar Police Sub-ordinate Services Commission (BPSSC) has announced notification for the recruitment of 1717 Police Sub Inspector vacancies. Eligible Indian Citizens may apply online from 24-10-2017 (Tuesday) to 30-11-2017 (Thursday). Other details like age limit, educational qualification, selection process, application fee & how to apply are given below.


Age Limit: Candidates age limit should be between 20 – 37 years for General (Unreserved) Male, 40 years for BC/ EBC Male candidates, General (Unreserved), BC & EBC category of Female, 42 years for SC/ ST Male & Female candidates as on 01-01-2017. Refer the Notification complete details.

Educational Qualification: Candidates should possess Degree/ Equivalent from any recognized University.

Selection Process: Candidates will be selected based on Written Exam, Physical Test & Medical Test.

Application Fee: Candidates should pay Rs. 700/- for BC/ EBC/ General (Unreserved) Candidates of Male & Female, Rs. 400/- for SC/ ST Candidates of Male & Female by online through Net Banking/ Debit card/ Credit card.

How to Apply: Eligible candidates may apply online through the website www.bpssc.bih.nic.in from 24-10-2017 (Tuesday) to 30-11-2017 (Thursday)

Beginning Of Registration :- 24.10.2017
Last date of Fee Submission :- 30.11.2017
Last date of form Submission :- 30.11.2017











Click Here to read official notification
Click Here to Apply Online 
 Notice: Category-wise No. of Reserved Seats for Women for the post of Police Sub Inspectors in Bihar Police.

OTA Chennai Passing Out Parade 09 Sep 2017

322 officer cadets commissioned at OTA passing out in Chennai


For over 52 years now, Officers Training Academy (OTA) has been one of Chennai’s best-kept secrets. Established in 1963 to train officers for Emergency Commission in the Army, it now trains those between 22 and 25 years for the Short Service Commission. It is also the only Academy, among the country’s four Army training establishments, which commissions women to be officers. 

A total of 322 officer cadets including 266 gentlemen cadets and 31 lady cadets were commissioned as officers of the Indian Army during the passing out parade of the Officers Training Academy at Chennai on Saturday. A total of 25 cadets from Bhutan, Maldives, Fiji and Afghanistan also were commissioned into their respective armies, following the completion of training at the Academy.

Lieutenant General PM Hariz, General Officer Commanding-in-Chief, Southern Command, reviewed the parade, which was commanded by Academy under officer (AUO) Abhishek R.
Addressing the parade, the reviewing officer congratulated OTA for having toiled hard to turn out a dynamic group of young military leaders. The most coveted sword of honour and the gold medal was presented to AUO Abhishek R.  The silver medal for standing second in overall order of merit was awarded to BCA Aarushi Sharma and the bronze to ACA Vivek.  The COAS banner for champion company was awarded to Jessami Company.
The officer cadets marched out with precision from Parameshwaran Drill Square to the tune of 'Auld Lang Syne', taking the final step and thus symbolising the end of their training. 
They were pipped (putting on rank badges on uniform) by their parents, following which the oath taking ceremony was conducted.

Serving the nation
Lieutenants Nidhi Mishra and Swathi Mahadik are to serve the nation just like their husbands, who are no more, did. Swati’s husband Colonel Santhosh Mahadik was killed in action in Kashmir in 2015, while Nidhi who was just 25 when she lost her partner, Mukesh Kumar, a jawan, after he suffered an heart attack.
Swati Mahadik wife of Late Col. Santosh Mahadik(Laid down his life while fighting with terrorists in Kupwara)










 

 

Pictures,Video and News courtesy The Hindu,Financial Times,The Times of India,Pro OTA YouTube Channel and Deccan Chronicle.