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18 June 2019

BARC Recruitment for 25 Jr. Research Fellows 2019 - PHD Fellowship Program by BARC 2019


GOVERNMENT OF INDIA
BHABHA ATOMIC RESEARCH CENTRE
ADVERTISEMENT NO. 2/2019
SELECTION OF JUNIOR RESEARCH FELLOWS

NO. OF FELLOWSHIPS: 25 (Indicative)
LAST DATE FOR RECEIPT OF APPLICATION: 13/07/2019

BARC Fellowship Process 2019. Bhabha Atomic Research Centre (BARC), Mumbai, is a premier institute dedicated to the intense multi-disciplinary research supporting the ambitious nuclear energy programme of India. BARC is empowering young, talented and motivated students to contribute to path-breaking discoveries in frontier areas of scientific research and cutting-edge technologies by offering Junior Research Fellowships in the areas of Physical, Chemical and Biological Sciences. 

Government job Applications are invited from interested students for the award of Junior Research Fellowships at this Centre. All the selected candidates will register for Ph.D. in Homi Bhabha National Institute (HBNI a deemed to be University of Department of Atomic Energy).

SELECTION OF JUNIOR RESEARCH FELLOWS

1. AREAS OF RESEARCH PROJECTS IN SCIENCE DISCIPLINES: Physical Sciences, Chemical Sciences and Life Sciences

Pay Band: Rs.31,000 + HRS Rs.7,440 per Month.

2. AGE LIMIT: The candidate must be an Indian national. The candidate should be less than 28 years of age as on last date for receipt of application. Age relaxation is applicable up to 3 years in case of Other Backward Class applicants, 5 years in case of Scheduled Caste and Scheduled Tribe applicants and 10 years in case of persons with disabilities applicants. Page 2 of 7 Note : ONLY SSC/ MATRICULATION CERTIFICATE OR BIRTH CERTIFICATE WILL BE ACCEPTED AS PROOF OF DATE OF BIRTH, NO SUBSEQUENT REQUEST FOR CHANGE SHALL BE ENTERTAINED.

3. QUALIFICATIONS: i. Candidates should have a consistently good academic record and should have secured a minimum of 60% aggregate in B.Sc. and 55% aggregate in M.Sc. from a recognized University.

ii. a. Candidates those who have completed and awaiting the final results of M.Sc. Degree may also apply. However, such candidates should necessarily attach copies of the mark sheets of B.Sc. Degree and a copy of M.Sc. first year mark sheet(s) along with the application. Such candidates should have scored marks above 60% aggregate until the previous semester/year and a minimum aggregate of 60% in B.Sc. level. In case such candidates eventually join the Fellowship, they shall have acquired aggregate marks of 55% in the qualifying degrees.

b. In case appearing candidates are selected for JRF, they should secure 55% marks in aggregate in the M.Sc. examination and submit their M.Sc. Degree and mark sheet by October 30, 2019, failing which their candidature may be terminated.


SELECTION PROCEDURE: Applications will be scrutinized and candidates will be shortlisted for interview based on their academic performance and score obtained in the qualifying examinations.

APPLICATION FEE
i) Application fee of 500/- (Rupees five hundred only) is payable at the time of submission of online application. Mode of payment of the Application Fee is only through Online.

ii) The application fee is exempted for Women candidates and candidates belonging to Scheduled Caste, Scheduled Tribe and Person with Disabilities.

IMPORTANT DATES
13TH June 2019 is the Start Date to Apply.
13 July 2019 is the Last Date to Apply.

IMPORTANT LINKS

Getting Ready for Upcoming Career Opportunities in Banks -How and Why to Prepare for Banking Careers in India


GETTING READY FOR UPCOMING CAREER OPPORTUNITIES IN BANKS
How to Prepare for Banking Careers in India

There are few prestigious careers in the country which are possible with a qualification as simple as graduation. One is Civil Services for which the process is conducted by the Union Public Service Commission (UPSC) every year. The other is a career in government-owned banks which may be possible by qualifying in the Bank written examination conducted by the Institute of Banking Personnel Selection (IBPS) and SBI. This employment article is about the latter. Banks in India, particularly the government-owned (Public Sector) banks provide an excellent career option for young people, so there is no surprise that more and more young people are drawn towards them for a meaningful and long-lasting career. When a small survey was conducted amongst jobseekers to understand why they are keen to join a government bank, the following points were made most commonly:

- The eligibility norms are simple
- The selection process is completely transparent, democratic and fair
- The selection process is completed in a time bound manner
- The service conditions are well defined with pay, allowances and other benefits to the employees
- There are good opportunities for promotion
- In our social structure working in a bank is considered much prestigious
- Opportunities are available across the country

Getting Ready for Upcoming Career Opportunities in Banks


Few other positive observations were also made. But whatever has been said above should be enough to consider banking as a career for those who possess the required aptitude.

The way banks have expanded their network in the country has few parallels in the world. In July 1969, 14 major banks of the country were nationalized. The next phase of nationalization happened in 1980 when 6 more banks were nationalized. Banks were asked to play a major role in socio-economic development of our nation. A large number of bank branches were opened in villages and in other far-off areas which have been hitherto unrepresented in banking facilities. After the merger of Dena Bank and Vijaya Bank in Bank of Baroda, now there are 18 nationalized banks.

Regional Rural Banks came into existence through an ordinance issued in the year 1975. This ordinance was replaced by Regional Rural Banks Act in 1976. After reorganization now there are about 55 RRBs in the country.

Since a large number of people work in these (public sector/regional rural) banks, there is a regular turnover of employees. A number of employees superannuate, many get promoted to higher positions and few moves to other organizations. To fill the gap so caused, these banks have to recruit fresh people periodically and therein lies the opportunity for our young friends who want to have a career in banking.

Basically, banks have three levels of employment for freshers-subordinate staff, clerks, and officers. There are very limited vacancies for subordinates' position and selection doesn't take place on all India basis. So, in this article, we're going to cover the selection process for general banking officers and clerks only. A major segment of these employees in banks, directly attends to customer requirements. A smaller section is involved in back-office activities, general or remote administration etc.

There are separate examinations for RRBs and PSBs under the aegis of IBPS. Again the selection process for both clerks and officers is segregated for both set of the above banks. Please note that the selection test for State Bank of India is conducted separately.

In RRBs clerical positions come under group 'B' with the nomenclature of 'office assistant multi-purpose'. The eligibility criteria for both clerks and officers is a bachelor's degree in any discipline and proficiency in local language as prescribed by the participating RRB/s. Working knowledge of the computer is desirable. In the case of officers position in RRBs, those having a degree in Agriculture/ Pisciculture/ Agricultural marketing and cooperation/Animal husbandry/ Forestry/Veterinary science/ Horticulture/Agricultural marketing/ Agricultural engineering/ Accountancy/ Law/Management or information technology.

The recruitment examination is divided into preliminary and main examination both for clerks and officers. The preliminary examination for clerks have questions from reasoning and numerical ability. For officers, it is reasoning and quantitative aptitude. In all 80 questions are to be attempted in composite time of 45 minutes.

The main examination for clerks contain questions relating to reasoning, numerical ability, general awareness, English and Hindi language and computer knowledge. For officers, the section of numerical ability is replaced by quantitative aptitude.

For public sector banks the preliminary examination for clerical positions is conducted with questions in English language, numerical ability, and reasoning ability and the main examination consists of general/ financial awareness, general English, reasoning ability and computer aptitude. The number of questions in preliminary examination is 100 with a time of 1 hour. In the main examination, 190 questions are to be answered in 160 minutes.

For officers posts in public sector banks the preliminary examination has three sections of English language, quantitative aptitude and reasoning ability. The main examination is in reasoning and computer aptitude, general/ economy/ banking awareness, English language, data analysis and interpretation.

Tests may have a similar name but structure and difficulty level of the question may vary depending on the position for which the exam is conducted and whether it is a preliminary or main examination.

Only those who qualify in the preliminary examination are intimated to appear in the main examination. The candidate has to secure minimum marks in each segment. The cumulative score has to be higher to stand in the merit list. In the case of officers, for successful candidates in the main examination, there is an interview. For clerical positions, there is no interview, as per government guidelines issued about two years ago.

Test details and strategy for preparation

Reasoning: Reasoning questions are mainly about common sense and logical thinking. The idea is to test candidates' analytical and logical reasoning skills. You will be asked to interpret statements, data, and information to arrive at conclusions. Here your conceptual and theoretical knowledge has no role to play. The thinking has to concentrate on the question only. You should make sure that your biases or personal beliefs don't come in between and are kept aside. Questions relating to reasoning are in different forms such as arrangements, critical reasoning, visual reasoning, data sufficiency/insufficiency, syllogism, odd man out, completing the series.


Numerical ability: How to make sense of numbers is the key theme in the questions pertaining to numerical ability. You may expect simple arithmetical problems and complicated calculations under this section. Areas of expected questions are simplification; average; percentage, time, speed and distance, number series; profit and loss, simple and compound interest; ratio and proportion, time and work etc. To prepare for this section you have to revisit your maths syllabus of matric i.e. 10th standard. Recall the formulae and clarify your concepts of BODMAS etc. Strong foundation in mathematics will be of immense help here. With some efforts you can score very well in this section, increasing your overall score which is crucial to put you in the merit list.

Quantitative aptitude: Quantitative aptitude covers numerical ability and focuses upon solving quantitative problems. Based on the given data/inputs you'll be required to find the correct answer. There may be a few questions for which sufficient data wouldn't be there to answer. Once you're sure about this, you should choose the option conveying this. The syllabus includes the topics narrated under numerical ability above. Add to this questions on topics like partnerships, boats and streams, volume and surface area, price after discount, age, mixture, train etc. Expect more of descriptive problems here. Try to familiarize yourself with all sorts of questions expected in this section and learn to solve these methodically. You may have a good understanding of theories behind the questions but more important is to apply those theories in solving lot of questions so that you get a knack of these.

General awareness: This section intends to test your knowledge about important facts and milestones about India and the world. Questions may relate to History (important dates/ milestones etc.), Geography (countries, capitals, cities, mountains, rivers etc.), Science (inventions, inventors, definitions etc.), Literature (books/authors), Art, Entertainment (film/theatre etc.), Sports (tournaments, championships, records, winners, venues etc.), important personalities, important events, international bodies, acronyms and other topics. Like it is always said general awareness has no boundaries and thus it appears to be difficult to be fully prepared for this. Still it is advisable to make your preparation as extensive as possible. To do well in this section you may build your own reference source in the form of a diary.

Financial awareness: Banking and finance are closely related. This section will have questions related to the national and global economy, financial institutions, corporate world, stock market etc. To prepare for this section you have to focus on concepts as well as financial data. For example, you need to know what is inflation and what has been the inflation rate recently. You may refer to one or more financial newspaper to prepare well.

Banking awareness: This particular section will have questions from banking world relating to different types of banks (public, private, cooperative, payment, development, small), banking regulator, basic /generic banking products and services, the purpose of bank nationalization, bank mergers, issues, and challenges before banks, government schemes implemented through banks, Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises, bancassurance, monetary policy etc.Government policy announcements, financial inclusion, financial literacy, role of NABARD/SIDBI etc. Visit the Reserve Bank of India website to obtain valuable input about most of the above.

English / Hindi language: There are many similarities in the pattern of questions in language papers. One set of questions may be based on comprehension passage. You have to read the passage carefully and then answer the questions according to what is stated in the passage which may be different from general opinion and observations. Some of the questions may be in negative form. (e.g. according to the passage which is not the right solution for _____. In sentence based questions a sentence will be divided in four parts and you'll be required to find if there is any mistake in a particular part. If there are no mistakes, you've to mark your answer accordingly. Where jumbled sentences of a paragraph are given the candidate has to find the correct order. In another type of question, a statement will be made and you have to choose from options the statement which matches with the idea. Questions, where you've to provide correct antonym/synonym, may also be there along with questions relating to idioms and phrases. Fill in the blanks from given options may also need to be attempted.

For officers, in the main examination there is a section of Subjective English of 25 marks in which there would be two questions - one of essay writing and other of letter writing. It would be better if you choose a few themes to practice for this section. Review the letter and essay written by you to see where improvements are needed. Also, show these a couple of other people who can give you constructive feedback. Go through sample essays and letters in a good book on General English.

Start reading national newspapers, magazines, if you're not already in habit of this. There will be some new words. Find out their meaning and see how these words have been used. You may also explore the synonyms and antonyms of these words. Your mind should also be on sentence formation and on the sequencing of the statements in case of long sentences.

Increasing your knowledge of English by learning new words will help you. Every day choose 5-10 unfamiliar words from a dictionary or other sources, write their meanings and refer to these whenever you get time. In this way, you may learn a lot many new words.

Computer knowledge: This test has been added a few years ago. Today's banking widely uses computer applications and programs. As such candidates joining banks are expected to have at least some affinity with computers. Questions under this section may relate to hardware basics (input, output, storage devices ), Windows program (MS Office etc.) features, software and desktop applications, keyboard shortcuts, internet, intranet, networking, database, cyber security etc.

You may have practical knowledge of computers and the internet which of course would help. However, you need to make additional preparation for which you should refer to the glossary of Windows, internet and computer applications etc. Learn about shortcut keys. Also, it's advisable to go through Help/Support page of Windows

This computer test is not to check your technical expertise, rather your awareness about basic computer usage is judged.

Data Interpretation: In this section usually a situation full of data is given. The candidate is required to read the situation closely and then answer all the questions related to it. For one situation there may be 2 to 10 questions. Here the biggest challenge is to read and understand the situation right. Then the possibility of giving correct answer increases. The situation may be in the form of text, tables, pie charts, bar graphs, line graphs etc. So you should be ready to see questions from multiple forms of situations.

17 June 2019

HSSC Recruitment for 1624 Jr. Engineers Posts 2019 - Govt Jobs in India


HSSC Jr. Engineers Recruitment 2019
Govt Jobs for 1624 Diploma Holder candidates

Hello dear friends, one more great news for Diploma holder candidates of India. HSSC is continuously surprising all of us with new notification, today they introduce a fresh notification related to the Jr. Engineers (JE) recruitment process.


HSSC is introducing a new notification related to the recruitment of Jr. Engineer posts under Civil, Mechanical and Electrical trade. All Indian fresher candidates who have completed their Diploma in one of these streams can apply for this HSSC Recruitment 2019. HSSC recruitment department said that there are a total of 1624 vacant positions for Jr. Engineer job profiles which are going to be filled up after the competition of this recruitment process. We are going to share complete information below in this article so read it very carefully before applying online for these Govt jobs in Haryana 2019.

Designation: Jr. Engineers (Civil, Electrical, Mechanical)
Number of Vacant Positions: 1624 Posts
Pay Band: Rs.35,400 – Rs.1,12,400 per Month

Eligibility Criteria for HSSC Recruitment

Educational Criteria: Applicants who have passed in their 3 years diploma from a recognized institute under Civil, Mechanical and Electrical stream. Must have Hindi/Sanskrit Language up to 10th/12th class.

Age Bond: Applicants must have age in between 17 years to 42 years for applying this HSSC Recruitment 2019. Age of the applicants will be calculated on 4th July 2019.

HSSC Jr. Engineers Recruitment 2019

15 June 2019

Haryana School Shiksha Pariyojna Parishad Recruitment 2019– HSSPP Recruitment for 1207 Assistant Posts


HSSPP Vacancy Details
School Shiksha Pariyojna Parishad Recruitment 2019
Govt Jobs for 1207 Assistant Block Coordinators

HSSPP recruitment department issued an official notification in which they are inviting all Indian fresher applicants to apply for Assistant Block Resource Coordinators. There is a total of 1207 vacant posts for this job profile which are going to be filled up after the completion of this HSSPP Recruitment process. More information related to these Govt jobs in Haryana state is given below in this employment news.

Profile Name: Assistant Block Resource Coordinator

Vacancies: 1207 Posts.

Pay Band: Rs.16,290 Per Month.

Haryana School Shiksha Pariyojna Parishad

Vacancies Information According to Various Categories
Category
Vacancies
Gen.
334
Gen.(ESM)
104
GEN (ESP)
14
BCA
159
BCA (ESM)
29
BCA (ESP)
07
BCB
81
BCB (ESM)
44
BCB (ESP)
07
EWS
115
SC
226
SC (ESM)
29
SC (ESP)
14
PH
44
Total
1207

Eligibility Standards for Applying this HSSPP Recruitment 2019
Education 
Age Bond
Applicants who have a Post-Graduation degree in 1st class that means with at least 60% marks with B.Ed/ M.Phil/ UGC Net and also have Hindi/Sanskrit in their 10th, 12th classes.
Must have age in between 18 to 42 years for applying this recruitment process.

How much is the Application Fee?
Categories
Rs.
Method of Payment
Gen/ OBC
₹500
Applicants have to pay the Examination Fee through one of the following method: “Debit Card, Credit Card, Net Banking or Pay Offline Through E Challan”.
Female/SC/BC/ESM/PHC
₹250

IMPORTANT DATES
18TH June 2019 is the Start Date to Apply.
4th July 2019 is the Last Date to apply.

IMPORTANT LINKS


14 June 2019

IBPS RRB VIII Official Notification 2019 - IBPS Common Written Examination for RRB Officers and Assistant Posts 2019

IBPS RRB VIII Official Notification 2019
IBPS Common Written Examination for Officers 2019

Great news to all applicants who are preparing for Banking, IBPS, SBI examination as an officer in Banks. Today on 14th June 2019 IBPS Recruitment department issued an official notification related to the IBPS RRB Recruitment process 2019. The Institute of Banking Personnel Selection takes RRB exam yearly to employee applicants in Group 'A' cadre (Officer - Scale I, Scale II, & Scale III) and Group 'B' cadre (Office Assistant).

The selection process comprises of 2-tier exam tracked by personal interview round (in Group 'A' cadre only). According to IBPS, there are 57 RRBs operating across the country & contributing to the monetary presence of India. More information related to this IBPS RRB Recruitment process 2019 is given below in this employment news
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IBPS RRB VIII Official Notification 2019

As we all know that RRB is stands for Regional Rural Bank. RRBs are Indian Listed Commercial Banks which works at the regional level across the different states & UTs of India. The eligibility standards of various posts under IBPS RRB VIII exam 2019 are given below in this employment news. Here are the suitability norms according to the official notification of IBPS RRB exam 2019.
Age Limit for IBPS RRB Exam 2019
Officer Scale- III (Senior Manager) -  Must have age in between 21 years to 40 years.

Officer Scale-II (Manager) – Must have age in between 21 years to 32 years.

Officer Scale- I (Assistant Manager) – Must have age in between 18 years to 30 years.

Office Assistant (Multipurpose) – Must have age in between 18 years & 28 years.


Educational Qualification
For Detail Educational Qualification CLICK HERE


Process of Registration
• The registration procedure will be through online mode only and there will be a single registration for both Preliminary and Main examination, wherever applicable.

• Candidates will be required to upload the following documents as per the specification is given in the advertisement.

(1) Photograph of the Applicant – 20 kb to 50 kb in .jpeg file
(2) Signature of the Applicant – 10 kb to 20 kb in .jpeg file
(3) Thumb impression of the Applicant – 20 kb to 50 kb in .jpeg file.
(4) Scanned copy of handwritten declaration as per the format, which will be available in the respective advertisement – 50 kb to 100 kb in the .jpeg file.

IMPORTANT DATES
18th June 2019 is the Start Date.
4th July 2019 is the Last Date to Apply.


The Online Examination Preliminary Dates
For Officer Scale-I Posts  03rd Aug. 2019, 04th Aug. 2019 and 11th Aug. 2019
For Office Assistant posts- 17th Aug. 2019, 18th Aug. 2019 & 25th Aug. 2019

The Online Main / Single Examination Dates
For Officers (I, II & III) – 22nd Sept. 2019
Office Assistant – 29th Sept. 2019
  • Date of Declaration of Written Examination Result – Main/ Single (For Officers Scale I, II and III): In the Month of October 2019.
  • Department will Conduct the interview (For Officers Scale I, II and III) in the Month of November 2019.

IMPORTANT LINKS


HSSC Canal Patwari Recruitment 2019 - Govt Jobs for 1100+ Canal Patwari in Haryana

HSSC Canal Patwari Recruitment 2019
1100+ Govt Jobs for Canal Patwari Posts

Here we come to know the fresh notification from Haryana Staff Selection Commission related to the Canal Patwari posts. We already shared the notification related to the 588 Patwari posts under Haryana Government, those who miss out that notification can click on the following link to access that post: “ HSSC Patwari Recruitment 2019”.

This Notification is a different one than Patwari recruitment which we shared earlier. In this notification, the department said that they are looking to recruit 1100 CANAL PATWARI posts. More information related to these Government jobs in Haryana State is given below in this article.


Job Profile: Canal Patwari

Number of Vacancies: 1100 Posts

Pay Band: Rs.19,900 – Rs.62,200 per Month.

HSSC Canal Patwari Recruitment 2019

13 June 2019

HSSC Patwari Recruitment 2019 - Government Jobs for 588 Patwari Posts in Haryana

HSSC Patwari Recruitment 2019
Government Jobs for 588 Patwari Posts in Haryana

HSSC(Haryana Staff Selection Commission) introduce an official notification related to the HSSC Patwari recruitment process 2019. Staff Selection commission department of Haryana Government said that they are looking to recruit fresher candidates for 588 patwari posts. Graduate applicants who have Hindi/Sanskrit in their 10th Standard examination can apply for this HSSC Patwari Recruitment 2019. This Patwari recruitment process will be live on 14th June 2019 and this link for applying online will remain active till 28th June 2019. More information related to this HSSC Patwari recruitment 2019 is given below in this employment news. Read it carefully before applying.

Job Profile: Patwari

Number of Vacant Positions: 588 Posts

Pay Band: Rs.5200 -Rs.20,200 + Grade Pay of Rs.2400 per Month

HSSC Patwari Recruitment 2019
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