30 November 2018

Govt Jobs for 3638 Male and Female Jail Warder Posts - UP Police Recruitment for Jail Warder Posts 2019

UP Police Recruitment 2019

3638 Vacancies for Jail Warder Posts

Male & Female Candidates can Apply

Here comes the new notification related to the UP Police jobs for Jail warder posts. UP Police recruitment for Jail Warder posts in various Jails all over UP state. There are total 3638 vacancies which are going to be filled up through this UP Police Recruitment procedure. Both Male as well as Female Jail Warder vacancies are going to be filled up through this Police recruitment process 2019.

UP Police all ready issued an official Notification for the recruitment of Police Constable posts, so those who miss out that post click on the following link: “ UP Police Recruitment for Constable Posts”. More information related to this UP Police Recruitment for Jail Warder posts is given below in this article, so read out the complete post carefully before applying.

Basic Detail about this UP Police Jail Warder Vacancies

1). Profile Name: Jail Warder(Male)

Vacancies: 3012 Posts.

Pay Level: Rs.21,700 – 69,100 per Month.

2). Profile Name: Jail Warder (Female)

Vacancies: 626 Posts.

Pay Band: Rs.21,700 – 69,100 Per Month.

UP Police Recruitment 2019

Jail Warder Vacancies According to Various Categories

In the table below we are going to explain the vacancies information according to various Categories. So check the table carefully to know more about the vacancies related to this UP Police Recruitment for Jail Warder Posts.
Jail Warder (Male)
Jail Warder (Female)

Suitability Standards for this UP Police Recruitment 2019

Educational Criteria: All Indian candidates who have passed in their 12th class examination from a well-recognized education board of India can apply for this UP Police Jobs for Jail warder posts 2019.

Age Bond: The Age criteria for Jail Warder posts are different for Male and Female candidates.
Age Bond for Female: Age must be in between 18 years  to 25 years.
Age Bond for Male candidates: Must have age in between 18 years to 22 years.

Application Fee For Applying

The candidates who are wishing to apply for these Government jobs under Police department have to pay the application fee of Rs.400 though online mode. There is NO FEE relaxation for any category candidates. Everyone have to pay the same application fee for applying this UP Police recruitment 2018.
Paying Way: You can choose one of the following Method for the payment of the application: “ Debit Card, Credit Card, Internet Banking (or) Bank Challan”.

8TH Dec. 2018 is the Opening Date to Apply.
28th Dec. 2018 is the Last Date to apply.

Apply Online (Link will be active on 8th Dec. 2018)

29 November 2018

UPSC Recruitment 2018 - Govt Jobs for Software Developer and Designer Posts 2018

UPSC Recruitment 2018

Software Developer and Designer Posts


UPSC Recruitment department is looking to recruit software developer and designer posts. There are total 7 vacancies which are going to be filled up through this UPSC Recruitment process 2018.

UPSC is inviting Government job Applications in the prescribed format from qualified applicants for the appointment of Software Designer and Senior Developer to be deployed at Union Public Service Commission (UPSC) on short term contract basis. Mote information related to these Government jobs for Software developer and designer is given below in this article. Read the whole article carefully before applying online for this UPSC Recruitment process 2018.

Descriptive Detail about this UPSC Recruitment

1). Profile Name: Senior Developers 

Number of Vacancies: 06 posts.

Pay Band: ₹45000/- per Month.

Education: Those who have completed their B.Tech/BE under IT (or) CSE stream can apply.
Those who have completed their MCA can also apply.

Experience: Should have minimum 04 years experience in actual software development using PHP under MySQL or PostGress database/Oracle.

2). Profile Name: Software Designer 

Number of Vacancies: 01 post

Pay Band: ₹75000/- per month.

Experience : Those who have experience of 7 years in software deigning can apply for this UPSC Recruitment 2018.
How to Apply?
Qualified applicants, who fulfil all the eligibility standards which we explained above in this article, may submit their job application in the prescribed format given inside the official PDF file. We shared the official Advertisement Link at the last of this article, that official PDF file contains the application form for applying these Government jobs.  

Filled the application Performa in sealed cover clearly stating the name of the post for which applying i.e. Software Designer or Senior Developer and the application should reach to the following address:
Under Secretary (Admn),  R.No. 216/AB, Union Public Service Commission,  Dholpur House, Shahjahan Road,  New Delhi – 110069.

20TH Dec. 2018 Last Date to accept application.


28 November 2018

HP High Court Recruitment - Govt Jobs for 80 Clerk Posts in HP High Court 2018

HP High Court Recruitment 2018

Govt Jobs for Clerk Posts in HP High Court

Latest Government jobs for clerk and other job profiles in Himachal under High Court of HP. There are total 80 vacant positions which are going to be filled up through this recruitment procedure. An official Advertisement has been published by HP high court on their website related to this HP High Court recruitment process. We took the whole information which we shared in this article from that PDF file only. So the rights of the information which we shared in this article goes to HP High Court website.

HP High Court Recruitment 2018
The High Court of Himachal Pradesh offers online job applications from the qualified keen applicants for filling up the following existing/anticipated and few future vacancies of Class-III and Class-IV in all the Civil & Sessions Divisions in the State of Himachal Pradesh. More information related to this HP High court recruitment process is given below in this article. Read it carefully before applying online for these Government jobs in HP.

Basic Information about this HP High Court Recruitment

1). Profile Name: Clerk
Number of vacancies: 31 Posts
Pay Band: Rs.5,910 -20,200 + GP Rs.1900
Education: Those who have completed their Graduation can apply for this HP High Court Recruitment 2018.

2). Profile Name: Stenographers
Number of Posts: 06 Posts
Pay Band: Rs.5910 -20,200 + GP Rs.2000
Education: Applicants having a graduation degree in any stream and good typing speed of 80WPM on stenographer in English Language and 40WPM on Computer.

3). Profile Name: Judgment Writer
Number of Vacancies: 21 Posts
Pay Band: Rs.5910 -20,200 + GP Rs.2000
Education: Candidates having a graduation degree in any stream and good typing speed of 80WPM on stenographer in English Language and 40WPM on Computer.

4). Profile Name: Jr. Office Assistant (IT)
Vacancies: 02 Posts
Pay Band: Rs.5910 -20,200 + GP Rs.1950
Education: Applicants having following qualification: “B.Tech./MCA/ B.Sc. (IT)/ PGDCA or equivalent OR
12th pass or equivalent qualification + BCA (Bachelor of Computer Application)/ DCA (Diploma in Computer Application)

5). Profile Name: Processor Server
Vacancies: 21 Posts
Pay Band: Rs.4900 -10,680 + GP Rs.2000
Education: 12th pass candidates can apply for this HP High COURT Recruitment process 2018.

What is the Application Fee for Applying?
Those who are interested in these Government jobs for clerk and other job profile and satisfied the above eligibility condition can apply online without paying any application fee. ZERO application fee is required for applying this HP High Court recruitment process 2018.

How to Apply?
The submissions of application form are acceptable only through online mode. The keen applicants may use the link provided on the official website i.e. at the Tabs ‘Recruitment/Results’ or ‘Announcement’ on or before its last date i.e. 21.12.2018 upto 11.45 p.m. The weblink for applying this HP High Court recruitment will be activated from 3rd December, 2018 onwards. However, the applicants may create and update their user IDs and passwords etc. in the profile of online recruitment software module.

For full info with regard to the Important Instructions, Rules, Regulations, Syllabus, fee structure and mode of payment etc., the applicants are directed to read carefully the relevant information with greatest care which is available at the weblink of the Advertisement Notice on our website before applying in online mode.

The qualified applicants will ONLY be knowledgeable through email and SMS alerts on their registered email IDs and mobile numbers about the examination schedule etc. besides uploading their list on our website. No separate call letters will be sent in offline mode. Therefore, the candidates are advised to fill-up their correct mobile number(s) while applying online. However, the each candidate must have to bring along the ADMIT CARD downloaded from our website, his/her profile at the time of appearing in the exams./test as shall be conveyed to him/her.

03rd Dec. 2018 is the Opening Date to apply.
21st Dec. 2018 is the Last Date to apply.

Apply Online (Link will be active on 3rd Dec. 2018)

Weekly Scholarship Updates - SCHOLARSHIP ROUNDUP 28th Nov. 2018


This Week Scholarship Updates

Here comes with the weekly updates with the Scholarship opportunities for eligible candidates of India. Every week on Wednesday we shared the various Scholarship opportunity opening in various sector. This week (28th Nov. 2018) update is out. Check the complete post carefully for full detail.

Indira Gandhi Scholarship for single girl child
Girl students, who are in their first year of post-graduation, are extended economic assistance by University Grants Commission, to help make their higher education dream possible.

Eligibility: Applicant should be the only girl child or twin daughters in their family. The applicant must be pursuing regular full time post-graduation and should not be aged over 30.

Details: Selected students will be receiving an amount of ~36,200 for a period of two years or until the completion of their post-graduation course.

Deadline: November 30, 2018

How to apply: Online.

Short Source URL:

Tata Trusts medical and healthcare scholarships
Undergraduates and postgraduates of medical sciences and healthcare streams are invited to apply for this scholarship offered by TATA Trusts for the current academic year to support themselves in their higher education. The scholarship is open for students from myriad wings of medicine.

Eligibility: The applying candidate can be a bachelor degree student who has cleared the first year of the programme or a student currently pursuing a master degree. To be considered eligible, the applicant must meet the minimum score as mandated, in the programme undertaken.

Details: The scholarship award can be supported ranging from 30 to 80 per cent of the total fees paid to the college or institutes.

Deadline: December 21, 2018

How to apply: Online.

Short Source URL: e/medical-and-healthcare-scholarship

Bath Spa University scholarship
UK-based Bath Spa University is calling out to meritorious students, looking forward to pursuing postgraduation degree programme in Business Management.

Eligibility: The applicant must be a graduate with 55 per cent or more and must have obtained 70 per cent in the English subject in Class 12 or has 6.0 band in IELTS.

Details: Scholarship worth GBP 1000 will be awarded to the selected scholar.

Deadline: December 15, 2018

How to apply: Online.

NBHM PhD offer
Students willing to undertake research for PhD or integrated PhD degree in mathematics are offered this scholarship by the National Board of Higher Mathematics, Department of Atomic Energy, Government of India, to benefit them with the research assistance provided under this call for a period of four years.

Eligibility: Final year students or those who have completed master’s degree in pure or applied mathematics or statistics (MA, MSc. or equivalent); holding four year BS or equivalent degree and have secured a seat in a recognised PhD programme on or before August 1, 2019, are eligible to apply for this call.

Details: Selected candidates will be granted ~25,000 per month for first and second year and ~ 28,000 for succeeding years. In addition to, an annual contingency grant of ~32,000 and house rent allowance.

Deadline: December 7, 2018

How to apply: Applications can be sent via email or speed post.

Short Source URL:

Disclaimer: We took this information from The Tribune Newspaper published on 28th Nov. 2018. All rights of Above information goes to The Tribune News PAPER.

CAT-2018 Test Analysis - CAT Cut-off May be Lower than 2017


CAT cut-offs may be lower than 2017

This years( 2018) CAT Test Cut-offs may be lower than 2017 test. Abraham Lincoln famously said, 'Give me six hours to chop down a tree and I will spend the first four sharpening the axe.' If there is something that has justified the intelligence of importance good preparation deserves, it is CAT 2018.

Some Questions and these Answer related to CAT 2018 Exam:

·       Did CAT 2018 spring a major surprise this year?
          Well, no!

·       Was CAT 2018 more difficult than CAT 2017?
           Well, maybe not!

VARC section: The VARC section gave a mild surprise to students across both slots. Out went the taken-for-granted 6-Q and 3-Q passages. Making a wonder entrance were five question and four-question passages. That would have immediately enlarged the complete length of the content that needed to be read by test-takers to attempt the 24 RC questions. Decision-making for those who weren’t looking to answer all the RCs would have been riskier, what with all the RCs apparently of similar struggle level. The topics covered were also more unusual than usual — environment, biology, sociology, and history were the flavours of the day. The slight increase in difficulty in RC was mostly compensated for by easier VA sections in both slots, the vast relief for scholars being four-sentence Para Formation Questions. Odd-Man Out questions were also low-hanging fruits, with summary questions proving to be somewhat riskier. All in all, the VARC section hung around the same difficulty level as last year 2017; those who haven’t practiced a lot might have found it a little harder, given the nature of options in some questions and the intensity of the subjects.

DILR Section: The DILR Section was comparatively easier associated to CAT 2017, but make no mistake, it was still very challenging in both slots of the CAT Exam. Though, unlike last year, there was at least one doable set in both the slots along with some manageable/fight-worthy sets. Both the slots saw some straightforward set types - Distributions/Venn-Diagrams/Calculation based sets. Nevertheless, the time that these sets demanded was a dampener which would contribute to lowering the cut-offs.

Quant Section: The Quant Section in this CAT Exam 2018 proved to be the high tide in both slots. CAT Exam under Quant section was easily a few notches higher in difficulty level as compared to CAT 2017. This difficulty level was tempted mainly by the need to work around fixed methods. In this Section these is no low hanging fruits and very few questions could be solved without breaking a sweat. Quant Questions were long, and some also had extra conditions (read twists) that the scholars needed to watch out for. The number of Easy questions saw a obviously drastic fall compared to last year which will contribute to a steep fall in the cut-offs this year. The other seeming feature of the QA section this year is the continued focus on arithmetic. Pure-maths questions (on Functions, P&C, CG, etc.) were present, albeit lower in number.

Within mathematics, the focus on normal suspects like Numbers was very low in both the slots, while Geometry, TW and TD had very good representation. While a very well-prepared scholar would not have broken much sweat, those who were tentative on their homework would have found out that the going was not as smooth as they would have liked it to be.

Overall:  CAT 2018 Examination was a smooth practice for scholars across the republic. From the students' viewpoint, it turned out to be more or less on the expected lines with a bit of fluctuation in the difficulty of sections here and there. The CAT Exam 2018 cut-offs are expected to be a tad lower than those of last year 2018, overall, QA being the spoilsport this time around.

Disclaimer: This Information is taken from The Tribune Newspaper. This information was printed on weekly paper well known as “ Job and Careers” on the Front Page on 28th Nov. 2018.

27 November 2018

State Govt Provided 647 Jobs in Last 4 years: RTI(Right To Information) Reply Revealed

State govt provided 647 jobs in 4 years: RTI reply

15.21 lakh registered at employment exchanges of 15 districts

Rohtak, November 26, 2018:  Information furnished by the state government in response to a Right to Information (RTI) application has revealed that of the 15,21,854 youth registered at employment exchanges in 15 districts during the past about four years, only 647 have got jobs.

■ Rohtak-based RTI activist Subhash seeks information about jobless youth registered at employment exchanges in the state from October 1, 2014, to May 20, 2018, and those who have got jobs in this period

■ Gets information pertaining to Rohtak, Nuh, Karnal, Kurukshetra, Mahendragarh, Ambala, Jind, Faridabad, Palwal, Fatehabad, Sirsa, Yamunanagar, Dadri, Bhiwani and Panchkula districts in response to RTI query

Rohtak-based RTI activist Subhash, who is state convener of the Haryana Soochna Adhikar Manch, had sought information about jobless youth registered at employment exchanges in the state from October 1, 2014, to May 20, 2018, and those who got jobs during this period. “Information furnished is shocking, to say the least.

Only 647 of the 15.21 lakh youth registered at employment exchanges in 15 districts got jobs in about four years. Of these, 28 have been employed on contract and 139 are in private jobs,” Subhash said.

He stated that from information received in response to the RTI application, it seemed that generation of jobs was not on the priority list of the government and it has given only assurances to the jobless youth.

Information furnished by government functionaries pertains to Rohtak, Nuh, Karnal, Kurukshetra, Mahendragarh, Ambala, Jind, Faridabad, Palwal, Fatehabad, Sirsa, Yamunanagar, Dadri, Bhiwani and Panchkula districts. As per the RTI replies, 2.02 lakh youth were registered in Rohtak from October 1, 2014, to Many 20, 2018, but none of them got a job during this period and 10,835 eligible unemployed youth were given unemployment allowance totalling Rs 3.32 crore.

None of the 2.42 lakh youth registered in Karnal got any job during this period. Rohtak is the home district of Chief Minister Manohar Lal Khattar and Karnal his Assembly constituency.

Disclaimer: This News has been taken from The Tribune Newspaper (Page NO. 6) on 27th Nov. 2018. All rights of Above Information goes to the The Tribune website.

9 Biggest Mistake you should avoid while preparing for UPSC Exam

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UPSC is the toughest and most prestigious exam in India. It requires thorough determination and hard work to crack the exam. Hard work when accompanied with smart strategies will definitely yield out to be good methodology for your IAS preparation. But during your preparation there are certain mistakes which when committed may deviate you from your target. In this article I will throw some light over top 9 mistakes which if avoided will increase your chances of clearing the exam.

1.    Not considering UPSC syllabus
We all know that the syllabus of UPSC exam is very vast. Most of the coaching centers do not focus on the syllabus but tell you to study only topics listed in NCERT books. This is not true. There may be some extra topics or some topics which are not to be studied. So it is always recommended to download the syllabus from the UPSC official website and learn the syllabus by heart. The best way is to take a print out if the syllabus and paste it on a wall in your room.

2.    Ignoring previous year papers
Most of the aspirants ignore solving previous years’ papers and directly jump over to the mocks or sample papers. This technique will not work. The first thing which you should do after completing the syllabus is to solve the previous year’s papers. This will help you to know the pattern followed in the exams and will improve your preparation level.

3.    Following multiple books
Resource gathering is a difficult part. But that does not means that you will be picking whatever you get. Piling up 3-4 books of you optional book won’t work. A general trend has been seen that aspirants gather a lot of books and read from every book which ultimately confuses them. What we suggest is that first complete with your NCERTs and then follow just one book. Following one book will make you more confident and focused.

4.    Ignoring the NCERTs
This is a worst mistake if anyone has been ignoring NCERTs. By any case you cannot skip the NCERT part. The clarity of concepts which you will get in NCERT books will not be provided in any other books. All the standard books are designed keeping in mind that you have completed your NCERT part.  There are certain concepts which you will only learn from NCERT as they have been explained in a very clear and lucid manner.

5.    Not making notes
It’s the human tendency that it will not retain 90% of the things which he/she has learnt the previous day. If you are not making notes and revising from them, then you are not studying effectively and there is a possibility that you will not be retaining anything till your paper. It is very difficult to read from the book again and again. SO the best way to save time and study effectively is to make notes. Notes help you in your revision. Nothing is best than handmade notes. But, even if you have not made the notes, these are available online in the form of PDF.   You can also buy or download GIST NCERT books. These books have everything which you required to read from the NCERT books ad are best preparation material for revision.

6.    Not selecting the optional subject wisely
Most of the aspirants select the optional subject just randomly. They do not consider regarding their interest. The aspirants should always remember that they should select the optional subject very wisely and in which they have the interest. An optional subject which makes the aspirant feel bored or sleepy will not fetch you good marks. You have to be very cautious while selecting the optional. It is always recommended to select a subject which you had studies in your graduation.  The selection of optional subject should consider the following factors interest, availability of study material, coaching etc.

7.    Not regular with newspaper reading
We all know that current affair section is the game changer section of UPSC. A student cannot clear the exam by only being good at academics. One has to be very active in newspaper reading and grabbing the latest affairs and events going on in the country and internationally. Even if you are reading a newspaper, it should not mean that   you have to read that blindly. The aspirant needs to understand the what the information is and what is the topic which is being discussed. Make a diary and note down the important events, date and time and which personalities are associated with them.  The candidates should understand and should know how to relate the issues in the newspaper with the IAS syllabus.

8.    Preparing for mains after prelims
The candidate should understand that prelims is just a qualifying exam and your mains exam is the rank and future decider. Both the exams should be given equal importance. When you start preparation of your GS exam , start with mains simultaneously. Suppose if your start from June, then you must study for mains and prelims till January and after that give your full focus towards prelims. Keeping everything till the end may have a negative effect on your mains preparation. You must get yourself familiar with Mains answers and pattern beforehand. The months after prelims should be totally dedicated for revision and not for learning new concepts.
The main thing which is to be focused in your mains exam is the answer writing part. In the mains exam, if we calculate the average time, then it comes out to be 9 minutes. The candidate should be able to analyze the answer properly and immediately. The picture should be very clear in his mind and he should be able to write the answer in that frame of time.  This thing can only be achieved by lot of practice. Practice and revision is the key to success. Ignoring this step may result in breaking of your dream of becoming a successful IAS officer.

9.    Poor time management

The syllabus for UPSC is huge and never ending. The aspirant cannot afford to waste many months only to focus on one subject. If the aspirant is following this strategy of one subject at a time then it may result in poor or under preparation. The candidate may not get enough time for revision. The best way out is to follow a time management which will help to utilize the time properly and effectively. You can divide you time into small slots and divide the syllabus as per that. You can eve assign the topics which you have to study in that time frame.  While making a time table, it will help you to analyze

Winding UP

Lakhs of students appear compete for just few seats of UPSC exam. The success rate of any aspirant clearing the exam is just 0.1%. The only way to crack the exam is to stay motivated and determined. Avoid committing the mistakes as mentioned above. This will surely increase your chances of clearing the exam.  A proper time management strategy will prove substantial in your success.  Revise as much as you can. The more you revise, the more you will retain. All the best.