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14 September 2019

JSSC Recruitment 2019 - Govt Jobs in Jharkhand for 1140 Bureau Officers & Other Posts

JSSC Graduate Level Recruitment Exam 2019

Govt Jobs for 1140 Bureau Officers & Other Posts


Staff Selection commission Jharkhand is looking to recruit fresher candidates for various officer level job profiles. JSSC Recruitment department issued official employment notifications related to this Government job opportunity in Jharkhand on 14th Sept. 2019. Jharkhand Staff Selection Commission Recruitment department is inviting all fresher applicants to apply for the vacant posts. JSSC Recruitment department announces that there are total 1140 posts which are going to be filled up through this JSSC Graduate Level exam 2019.

Applicants who have passed in their Graduation class and also interested in this Jharkhand SSC Graduate Level job opening can apply online for these Govt jobs in Jharkhand state 2019. To know more about this JSSC Recruitment 2019 please follow the complete employment news carefully shared by Govt Jobs Portal. In this employment news below we explain about the Qualification, other eligibility criteria and how to apply for this Jharkhand SSC Graduate Level exam 2019. Read the full news carefully before applying online for these Government jobs in Jharkhand state as an officer.

09 September 2019

UGC NET December 2019 Notification - NTA UGC NET Exam Application Form 2019


UGC NET December 2019 Notification

NTA UGC NET Exam Application Form 2019


UGC NET Examination Notification is out on 09th Sept. 2019(Today) on the official website of the National Testing Agency. Those who are waiting for the UGC NET Dec. Exam 2019 notification their wait is over now. NTA UGC is inviting all eligible applicants for the UGC NET December 2019 examination for Assistant Professor’ and ‘for Junior Research Fellowship (JRF) and Assistant Professor both’ in Indian Universities and Colleges. 

More information related to this National Testing Agency University Grants Commission is given below in this employment news shared by Govt Jobs Portal. In this news we are going to share about the  Qualification/eligibility conditions, Exam Dates along with Online Registration Dates, Admit Card Downloading Dates and Tentative Result Declaration Date & other term and conditions related to this UGC NET Dec. Exam Notification 2019. Read the whole news carefully before applying for this NAT UGC NET Exam 2019.

Basic Details related to this NTA UGC NET JRF December 2019
Name of the Entrance Examination: UGC NET December 2019

UGC NET December 2019 Notification

19 August 2019

CTET Exam Notification Dec 2019 - Central Teacher Eligibility Test Dec. 2019


CTET Exam Notification Dec 2019
Central Teacher Eligibility Test Dec. 2019

Great news to all applicants who are waiting for CTET Exam 2019. Today the CTET Official notification is out. CBSE (Central Board of Secondary Education), Delhi will be conducting the CTET Exam (Central Teacher Eligibility Test) for the selection of teachers in classes I to VIII. CBSE Board conducts this examination every year to shortlist the candidates for the teaching profession. Applicants who are interested in this CTET Examination can apply Online before 18 September 2019.

More information related to this CTET Dec 2019 Notification is given below in this employment news. Read the full news carefully before applying for this CTET Exam Dec. 2019.
Basic Information related to this CTET Dec 2019 Exam
Examination Name: Central Teacher Eligibility Test (CTET-2019)

CTET Dec 2019 Exam

03 August 2019

UPSC Recruitment Exam Calendar 2020


UPSC Recruitment Exam Calendar 2020
Shared By: WWW.GovtJobsPortal.IN
UPSC Department issued a notification in which they introduce the complete examination related to all the UPSC Examination. As we all know that UPSC Conducts various examination on a regular basis every year. 

Today on 3rd Aug. 2019 UPSC Introduce the complete examination calendar for the various examination which they are going to conduct in the upcoming year 2020. So study hard.

Check the Image below for Complete UPSC Exam Calendar



IMPORTANT LINKS


02 August 2019

IBPS PO Recruitment Notification 2019 is Out - IBPS PO Recruitment 2019

IBPS PO Recruitment 2019 Notification
RECRUITMENT OF PROBATIONARY OFFICERS/ MANAGEMENT TRAINEES

The IBPS PO online examination (Preliminary and Main) for the next Common Recruitment Process for selection of personnel for Probationary Officer/ Management Trainee posts in the Participating Organisations is tentatively scheduled in October / November 2019.

Any eligible applicant for this IBPS PO Recruitment 2019, who seeks to join any of the Participating bank as a Probationary Officer/ Management Trainee or in a similar post in that cadre, is required to register for the Common Recruitment Process (CRPPO/MT-IX). The IBPS PO examination will be conducted in two tiers i.e. the online exam will be held in two stages, Online Preliminary and Online Main. Applicants who will succeed in Online IBPS PO Preliminary examination and nominated applicants will have to appear for Online IBPS PO Main examination 2019 and after that the selected applicants in the Online Main the examination will subsequently be called for a Common Interview to be conducted by the Participating banks and co-ordinated by the Nodal Bank.

Depending on the final vacancies to be filled in during the financial year 2020-21 based on the business needs of the Participating Organisations and as reported to IBPS, candidates shortlisted will be provisionally allotted to one of the Participating Organisations keeping in view the spirit of Govt. Guidelines on reservation policy, administrative convenience, etc. The validity for CRP- PO/MT-IX will automatically expire at the close of business on 31.03.2021 with or without giving any notice. More information related to this IBPS PO Recruitment 2019 is given below in this employment news.

IBPS PO Recruitment Notification 2019

28 July 2019

CAT Examination 2019 - Common Admission Test Notification is Out 2019


INDIAN INSTITUTES OF MANAGEMENT (IIMs)
Common Admission Test 2019 (CAT 2019 Exam)

CAT Exam 2019 Notification is Out. The Indian Institutes of Management will conduct a computer-based Common Admission Test 2019 (CAT 2019) on November 24, 2019 in two sessions. Detailed information on CAT 2019 may be obtained from the CAT website. CAT 2019 is a pre-requisite for admission to various Post Graduate and Fellow programmes of IIMs. CAT 2019 scores are allowed to be used by listed non-IIM member institutions. A list of such institutions is provided on the CAT website. IIMs have no role in the selection process of non-IIM institutions.

Common Admission Test 2019 (CAT 2019 Exam)

25 March 2019

NEET Score To Be Valid For 3 Years - Good News for Medical Aspirants


NEET score to be valid for 3 years

 New rule will help students aspiring to study medicine in foreign universities as the scorecard will remain applicable for three years.

After making National Eligibility cum Entrance Test (NEET) mandatory for students aiming to pursue undergraduate medicine courses in foreign universities, Medical Council of India (MCI) has now put a three-year cap on the validity of NEET score.

“The result of NEET shall be valid for a period of three years from the date of declaration of result,” states the official circular issued by MCI. This will grant students more time to prepare and finalise an international university.

“This will entitle a candidate to pursue MBBS or equivalent medical course including pre-medical or language course, if any, followed by MBBS or equivalent medical course,” the statement further adds.

NEET score to be valid for 3 years


“The average admission process takes 6-12 months to get through in most institutes abroad. Sometimes managing finance and visa procedures also take time. For instance, if a student clears NEET this year but receives admission confirmation in a foreign university next year, there is ambiguity among students regarding eligibility with respect to NEET scores,” says VK Paul, chairman of MCI and member of National Institution for Transforming India (NITI Aayog).

“In the absence of this rule, students might have to go through the trouble of taking NEET all over again,” he says. Ease of admission, says Paul, is the prime focus of the decision.

“MCI wanted to address the issue with a pragmatic approach and hence, we have kept the limit of three years as the standard and format of NEET can change with time,” he adds. This rule, says Paul, will also address the issue of mismatch between the Indian academic sessions and admission cycles of foreign universities. “Unlike India, most of the international universities function on a semester basis and have admission intake twice a year. This will prevent students missing out on their admissions abroad,” he adds.

NIPER Joint Entrance Examination 2019 | NIPER JEE Exam 2019


NIPER Joint Entrance Examination 2019 for Masters' & Ph.D Program

 (ADVT. No. 08/2019)

NIPER JEE Exam 2019


Introduction about this NIPER JEE Exam 2019: Applications are invited for registration in the prescribed form through online mode only for the Entrance Examination for Admission to the following courses:

ü M.S. (Pharm.)
ü M.Pharm
ü M.Tech. (Pharm.)
ü M.B.A. (Pharm.) and
ü Ph.D Course of all seven NIPERs in India.

IMPORTANT DATES Related to this NIPER JEE Exam 2019

Date of Commencement of Online Registration 01.04.2019
Date of Closing Online Registration 15.05.2019
Date of Computer Based Test (CBT) 09.06.2019

Important Note: Candidate are advised to visit the website www .niperahm.ac.in regularly for information regarding online registration, eligibility, availability of academic programs, admission procedures and other relevant information etc. Any subsequent Addendum/ Corrigendum/Updates/Information etc. will be uploaded/ updated on the NIPER Ahmedabad website only.

IMPORTANT LINKS
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NIPER JEE Exam 2019


(The online link is active on 1st April 2019 for applying this NIPER JEE Exam 2019. This link remain active till 15th May 2019 so all the candidates have to apply online before this Date.)

Applicants are advised to check NIPER Ahmedabad website - www.niperahm.ac.in for updates.
· Information brochure will be uploaded shortly on the Official Website. This is just a Notice from NIPER JEE Department. We will share the complete detailed information when department shared the official Advertisement on their website related to the eligibility criteria and other Term and conditions related to this NIPER JEE Recruitment 2019.

01 March 2019

UGC NET Entrance Exam June 2019 - National Testing Agency Recruitment

National Testing Agency Recruitment

UGC NET Entrance June Exam 2019

NTA UGC NET Vacancy Details

UGC NET Exam June 2019 application Form link is active now on 1st March 2019. Candidates can apply for NAT UGC NET Examination online through the official website. The NAT (National Testing Agency) will conduct next UGC-NET for ‘Assistant Professor’ and for ‘Junior Research Fellowship and Assistant Professor both’ in June 2019.

The UGC NET Examination June 2019 will comprise of two papers. Both the papers will be conducted in a single 3 hours duration. UGC NET June 2019 exam will be online.

The Ministry of Human Resource Development (MHRD), Government of India (GOI), has established National Testing Agency (NTA) as an independent, autonomous and selfsustained premier organization under the Societies Registration Act, 1860, registered as a self-reliant and self-sustained premier testing organization. Some of the objectives include:

(i) To conduct well-organized, transparent and universal standard tests in order to assess the capability of applicants for admission.

(ii) To accept research on educational, professional and testing system to identify gaps in the knowledge systems and take steps for connecting them.

(iii) To produce and broadcast information and research on education and professional development standards.

The UGC (University Grants Commission) has commended the duty of conducting UGC NET Exam June 2019 to the NTA. UGC-NET is an Entrance exam being conducted to determine the worthiness ‘for Assistant Professor’ and ‘for Junior Research Fellowship and Assistant Professor’ in Indian universities and colleges

UGC NET Entrance June Exam 2019


The details of UGC-NET Exam are as given below:

UGC-NET: JUNE 2019
Mode of examination: Computer Based
Registration Dates: 1- 30 March 2019
Downloading of Admit Cards: 15 May 2019
Date of examinations: 20, 21, 24, 25, 26, 27 and 28 June 2019
Date of Announcing Results: By 15 July 2019

Eligibility Criteria for Applying UGC NET June Exam 2019

Educational Qualification
Age Limit 
Applicant must passed/ Appeared Master’s Degree (OR) equivalent examination with at least 55% marks can apply for this NAT UGC NET Exam June 2019.
JRF : 30 years
Assistant Professor: There is no higher age bond for applying for Assistant Professor posts.

What is the Application Fee?

Category
Fee
Method of Paying
Gen/UR
Rs. 800
Pay the Examination Fee through Debit Card, Credit Card, Net Banking/ SBI I Collect/ SBI E Challan submit fee in any SBI Branch.
OBC-NCL
Rs. 400
SC/ ST/ PwD/ Transgender
Rs. 200

IMPORTANT DATES

1st March 2019 is the Start Date to Apply.
30th March 2019 is the Last Date to Apply.

IMPORTANT LINKS


17 February 2019

Ministry of Science & Technology, Govt. of India - Biotechnology Eligibility Test (BET) 2019


Biotechnology Eligibility Test (BET) 2019


BET Applications are requested from all the Indian peoples , residing in India for award of "DBT-Junior Research Fellowship " (DBT-JRF) for pursuing research in frontier areas of Biotechnology and Life Sciences.

The applicants will be nominated through "BET EXAM (Biotechnology Eligibility Test)". Based on the performance of the candidates in the BET Exam, two groups of merit list will be arranged (Category-I and Category-II).

Category-I: Applicants nominated under category-I will be eligible to avail fellowship under the programme. These candidates will be acceptable in any University/Institute in India where the selected applicant registers for Ph.D. programme.

Category-II: Aspirants chosen under the Category-II will be suitable to be appointed in any DBT sponsored project and avail fellowship from the project equivalent to NET/GATE, subject to selection through institutional selection process.

There will be no binding on Principal Investigators of DBT sponsored projects to select JRF for their project from category-II list. Selection under the category-II will not enable scholar for any fellowship from DBT-JRF programme.

Qualification: M.Sc./ M.Tech./ M.V.Sc . or equivalent degree/ Integrated BS-MS/ B.E./ B.Tech . in any discipline of Biotechnology. M.Sc ./ M.Tech . Bic-informatics/ Computational Biology. Students. admitted under DBT supported Postgraduate Teaching Programs. M.Sc. Life Science/ Bioscience/ Zoology/ Botany/ Microbiology/ Biochemistry/ Bio-physics. Applicants who are currently appearing in the final year examination are, also eligible to apply for this BET Exam 2019.

Marks: Minimum 60% marks for General, EWS & OBC category and 55% for SC/ ST/ Differently abled in aggregate (or equivalent grade).

Age Limit: Upto 28 years (Age relaxation of up to 5 years (33 years) for SC/ST/ Differently Abled/ women candidates and upto 3 years (31 years) for OBC (Non-Creamy Layer) candidates.

Process for Applying this BET Exam 2019
For complete process for filling the application form, payment of application fee and uploading of required documents/ certificates in the prescribed format , please visit: http://www.bcil.nic.in. A non-refundable and non-transferable application fee of Rs. 1000/- is payable online by General/ OBC/ EWS candidates and Rs 250/- by SC/ ST/ Differently abled candidates.

IMPORTANT DATES
20TH Feb. 2019 is the Start Date to Apply.
22nd March 2019 is the Last Date to apply.

IMPORTANT LINKS
Official Detail Below


NOTE: This information related to the BET Exam has been published in the Time of India Newspaper Published on 17th Feb. 2019 also. You can also check the news paper cutting which we shared above. 

30 January 2019

STEP BY STEP GUIDE FOR GATE EXAMINATION 2019 - MAKE THE RIGHT ATTEMPT FOR A SUCCESS

GATE Exam 2019-way to success
TESTING TIMES: GATE

Graduate Aptitude Test in Engineering (GATE) is a premier examination for graduate engineers who are aiming to secure a job in the PSUs or proceed for higher studies in IITs/ NITs, etc. These career defining goals of each aspirant are achieved with rigorous preparation and practice for more than 100 days. The GATE exam pattern comprises 65 questions and is divided into two sections — general aptitude (GA), which includes 10 questions and technical section, which has 55 questions.

GATE Exam

The technical section has about 20 questions in NAT format, while the remaining are MCQs. In all, candidates have 3 hours to answer the exam. In the GA section, question one to question five carry one mark, while question six to question 10 carry two marks. In the technical section, question one to question 25 carry one mark while question 26 to question 55 carry two marks. Negative marking for MCQ is 0.33 for one-mark questions and 0.66 for two marks questions. NAT questions do not have negative marking. Candidates should follow their desired method of attempting the question paper. Preparation for GATE is considered to be complete only once the exam is taken.


MAKE THE RIGHT ATTEMPT
Here are two ways to attempt the GATE exam and to maximize your score:

Common method
Solve the entire paper in one or two scans.

■ The procedure is: Click on each question, read the complete question, understand the question and answer it in the first attempt (without any guesses).

■ Always solve easy questions in minimum time in a single go.

■ Hard or lengthy questions can be kept for the second scan of the paper.

■ Answering any question should not take more than four to six minutes.

■ All the unsolved and reviewed questions must be attempted only in the second scan. 

Alternative method
■ Candidates are provided with a notepad, which is used for attempting and solving questions in GATE.

■ Candidates may treat this as an offline exam, where they can solve questions and answer them on the notepad with options.

■ After 100 or 120 minutes, candidates can start marking the answers on the online system in a single flow.

STEP BY STEP GUIDE
■ GATE exam includes more than 20 NAT questions, which do not have any options. So, there is always an uncertainty about the correct answer. Therefore, a candidate should spend more time on these questions, only if she is absolutely sure about the answers. Else, one can skip the questions and come back later.

■ Your aim should be to attempt more than 50 questions, which you are confident about.

■ Restrict your guesswork to a maximum of two-three questions only if you are able to eliminate two options in an MCQ.

■ You may guess the answer for NAT as these do not carry negative marks. Choice of section to attempt first: GA or technical section.

■ Generally, candidates have a tendency to begin from the very first question, therefore it is advised to first attempt GA section and secure at-least 10-12 marks from this section.

■ Also, the candidate can then focus on technical questions till the last second of the exam.

■ If a candidate is confident about technical section, she can proceed with it first, followed by the GA section.

02 January 2019

Steps to success in Exams - Tips on How to Clear Exam with Success

Steps to success in exams


A student’s marks in examination are directly proportional to one’s hard work. However, we forget that the result also depends on how you write answers to the questions in examination. The modus operandi of writing answers is an immaculate art, which you can master by putting in efforts and practicing daily. Here are a few ways to write your answers in examination, which will help you score better. So here are the Steps to success in Exams:

Write question number correctly and Legibly:
Students are usually careless while writing the question number. If the examiner is not able to make out the question number, the student will lose marks.

A. Always write correct number of the question you are attempting. Incorrect question number doesn’t help even if the answer is correct.

B. Numerals must be written in standard notation. Do not write them carelessly, lest they should be difficult to decipher. The way you write a figure must not be mistaken for some other number.

C. Write the question numbers in bold. Encircle the question number, so that the examiner may easily find out which question they are evaluating.

D. If a particular question has a few sub-parts, those too must be written correctly, boldly, clearly and legibly.


Here are the question patterns and suggestions on how to answer these:

Objective-type questions:

These are also called the multiple-choice questions. The questions are high scoring because these test memory retention of students. The answers to these questions are usually simple, and for these high level of intelligence and understanding is not required.

ü Objective-type questions may be asked in multiple ways. The answers to such questions must be written in full sentence or in a few words.

ü Sometimes, for the objective-type questions, where alternative answers are not given, correct answers need to be filled in the space or gap provided. In this case, the correct way of answering the question is to write the answer with the question number and underline it.

ü Some questions have a yes or no option given. You must clearly write yes or no with their question numbers.

Steps to success in Exams

Long-answer questions

Long-answer type questions are based on the holistic and intensive study of the entire syllabi of subjects. The questions carry six to eight marks and that is why they substantially affect the final score and results of students. These questions have also the word limit of around 300 to 350 words. But here too, it is not any hard and fast rule. As long as your answer focuses on contents and is relevant to the question asked, going beyond word limit is not an aberration.
Start answering these questions with the brief introduction of the topic concerned or the definitions of the related topics.

ü Laws, rules, theories, theorems, principles must be stated wherever necessary.

ü Answers must be divided in smaller paragraphs. Each paragraph must contain important contents and points not discussed earlier.

ü Use diagrams and graphs wherever essentially required. If these have not been demanded in the question, avoid wasting time on them.

ü Formulae and their derivations must be written clearly and step-wise.

ü Keep answers clean and do your best not to make any overwriting and cuts. If you commit any mistake, do not spoil the page to correct it.

Numerical questions

Numerical questions carry various denominations of marks, such as 1, 2, 3, 4, 6, 8... and so on. Keep in mind the following points:

ü Proceed step-wise to solve these questions.

ü Formulae must be written very clearly. Also explain the various symbols and notation used in the formula. It shows good attitude and culture of the students.

ü Overwriting in calculation must be avoided at all costs.

ü Write figures or numerals exactly correct and in their standard notation. Here again do not write the figures hurriedly and carelessly.

ü You must do rough work either at the margins of the same page or on the pages before the last page. At the top of these pages you must write rough or miscellaneous.

Work On your Performance Tips
§  You may start writing answers preferably from the third page of the answer copy. However, even if you begin answering from the second page, it would not be an issue.

§  Answering questions in sequence or in serial order gives you an edge over others who answer haphazardly. But, here too, again it is not any rule. You may answer any question first you feel confident about.

§  You must leave a few lines’ gap between two consecutive answers. The bottom line is answers of any two questions must not overlap each other, otherwise you may lose marks of one of the answers mistaken by the examiner for the answer of a single question.

§  Always write the entire answer on the same page or pages in sequence. Spreading your answers in different pages is not considered wise. 

Disclaimer: We took this information from "the Tribune" Newspaper published on 2nd Jan. 2019. So all the rights of above information goes to that newspaper only.

NOTE: WE ARE NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR ANY JOB ISSUES, AS WE ARE SHARING INFORMATION BASED ON INTERNET. PLEASE CHECK THE OFFICIAL ADVT. ATTACHED WITH IN THE EACH POST, WHICH REPRESENT THE OFFICIAL FILE.