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All about Maha Jobs Portal 2020- How to Register myself in MahaJob Portal?

All about Maha Jobs Portal

MahaJob Portal
On the 6th of July, 2020, the Chief Minister of Maharashtra, Uddhav Thackeray launched a job portal named ‘Maha Jobs Portal’. This is a government jobs portal, which will provide detailed information regarding all the current government jobs of Maharashtra. The job seekers at Maharashtra who are looking for state government jobs will be immensely helped through this portal. 

The CEO says that the people of Maharashtra are searching for the Maha Jobs Portal with various names and some of them are- maha jobs Maharashtra gov com, maha jobs Maharashtra gov in, Maharashtra gov in 2020, maha jobs Maharashtra government in, and a number of different other names.

The portal seems to be promising, and it is there for lining up all the latest vacancies under the state government, indifferent about what types of employees a particular job profile needs- skilled, semi-skilled, or unskilled.
If you are interested in starting your career at any of the sectors that are mentioned above, you can visit the weblink below-

Web link

A Step by Step Guide for You on how to register for this Maha Jobs Portal

Step 1: Visit the official website of the Maha Jobs Portal, by clicking on the link given at the “Web Link” section above. Click on “Jobseeker Registration”, and enter the necessary details, such as your name, Mobile no. (you have to verify your contact number through an OTP sent by the website authority), Email id, and then you have to create the password for your account.

Step 2: After the confirmation is done for your account, you have to proceed with the log in through the home page of the website ( You will get to see a button named “Jobseeker Login” at the upper right side of the home page. Click on it, and enter your Mobile No./ Email id and password.

Step 3: You need to create “My Profile” after logging into this job portal. Enter all your personal information including your bio-data, permanent address, qualification details, job experience, details about the skills you have, languages that you can read write and speak in, and also upload the scanned copies of all of your documents (domicile certificate, educational certificate, skill certificate).

Step 4: You can search for jobs here by clicking on the “Search Jobs” button that you will find at the left side of the “My Profile” page. You can now search the latest jobs at MAHAJOBS based on your skills, professional experience, qualification, location, and preferred industry.

Step 5: Now you can get all the details about vacancies in various public sectors. If you find any of the lined-up sectors preferable for yourself, you can simply click on the “View More” option in order to get detailed information. If you satisfy all the requirements for a particular profile, there is a green “Apply” button you can click on, and fill the details to apply for the job you selected.

1.   How do I contact Maha Jobs Portal?
For any types of queries or assistance, or a clarified discussion on anything related to the jobs portal, you can contact the customer care service by dialing these digits: 022-61316405. You can also mail at

2.   How do I get Maha jobs?
You can be totally dependent on the portal, once you’re done registering to the website with proper and necessary information. Companies looking for fresh employees will shortlist your application based on your educational qualification. Later on, either the company will contact you for attending the selection procedure, or you will get notifications regarding your personal profile.

3.   What information is needed to register in this job portal?
Enter your full name, Mobile no. (you will receive an OTP from QP-MAHGOV), email id, permanent address, curriculum vitae, educational details, and upload the scanned copies of your photo and documents.

4.   Who developed Maha Jobs Portal?
The Maharashtra Industrial Development Corporation (MIDC), working under the Government of Maharashtra State has developed the Maha Jobs Portal for the welfare of the unemployed youth of Maharashtra.

Different Jobs informed by this job portal
The official website works amazingly as a job portal. It informs the visitors of the site with all the latest state government jobs in Maharashtra. The categories of jobs that the portal keeps updated you about are the ones that follow-
·      Maharashtra govt jobs
·      Railway jobs
·      Bank jobs
·      Govt jobs in Police

Govt Jobs Portal Social Media Links

For latest Government Job updates, follow Govt Jobs Portal on all the social media platforms by clicking on the links given below:-

Online Quiz, Photography and Painting Competition on International Day for Biological Diversity 22 May 2020

Haryana State Biodiversity Board Online Competitive

International Day for Biological Diversity-2020

(22nd May, 2020)


Participate and win a Certificate and following Cash Prizes
1ST Prize
2ND  Prize
3RD Prize
School going Children Class
8th to 12th
College Students
Rest of the Public

Prizes for Hindi and English languages will be separate.
Submissions have to be sent in electronic format Latest by 31.05.2020 by 5.00 PM On HSBBs email address:

For details please visit our website:

Online Quiz, Photography and Painting Competitions
1ST Prize
2ND Prize
3RD Prize
School going Children Class
8th to 12th

Questionnaire for Quiz and required space for uploading of Photographs and Pics of Paintings are available on following links on our website .

On demand, the Links are available for sharing on android mobile phones also by contacting at Mobile- 79886 71875.

The Nature photographs and Paintings befitting the IBD 2020 theme „Our Solutions are in Nature” shall be uploaded in the space provided in the links given below.

Get Set for a race against time for Upcoming NEET Examination 2020 - IMPORTANT TOPICS FOR NEET EXAM 2020

Get Set for a race against time for Upcoming NEET Examination 2020


NEET 2020 is scheduled for May 3, 2020, and the results of the same are expected by June 4, 2020. NEET 2020 is very important as this year the exams of AIIMS & JIPMER have been abolished and the admission to these institutes will also be via NEET 2020. So there is a lot of excitement among the students as they have to give only one exam instead of three.

■ A total of 15,93,452 lakh candidates have applied for the National Eligibility cum Entrance Test (NEET) UG 2020. In the year 2019, for the first time, over 15 lakh candidates had registered for the exam.

■ The number was expected to shoot up this year because the medical entrance exam - NEET has been made mandatory for admission to AIIMS and JIPMER. The website this year also witnessed a very heavy rush. A slight 4.87 percent rise has been witnessed in the number of candidates registered this year, increasing the 2019 tally by 74,083 candidates.

The current disruption in the academic calendars throughout the country should not upset your preparation for this important exam. It is time to utilize the extra time at your disposal constructively. Students should devote up to 8 to 10 hours per day to study. They should exhaustively revise Class XI & XII syllabus and take one test daily till the time of actual exam so that their body clock can be tuned as per the actual exam. If you don’t find too many tests then simply attempt previous years’ NEET papers. These papers will be more beneficial and will also help you to get familiar with the exam pattern.

Remember, NEET is a race against time as you have to attempt 180 questions in 180 minutes. What this means is that you have one minute to react as well as solve the question and that too with accuracy. NEET is also a high-scoring exam, so you can’t afford to give up too many questions.

NEET Examination 2020

Physics: Modern Physics & Semiconductor devices, Magnetism & matter, Current electricity, newton laws System of particles & rotation motion.

Chemistry: Chemical bonding & molecular structure, s & P block elements, Equilibrium, Chemical Kinetics, d & f block elements.

Biology: biological classification, plant kingdom, animal kingdom, cell, human health & disease, ecosystem, principle of inheritance & variation, Human reproduction

1. Make a practical timetable.
2. Prepare according to the latest syllabus.
3. Practice regularly.
4. Refer to good study material.
5. Attempt full-length mock tests.
6. Focus more on topics that you are weak in.
7. Prepare short notes for last-minute revision.
8. Avoid guesswork.

Actually, in NEET zoology, botany, inorganic chemistry & organic chemistry do not involve numerical calculations, so these subjects should be attempted first as most of the problems here are memory or concept or fact-based. After completing this, one can move to physical chemistry followed by physics and devote proper time to calculations and rechecking these so that the is no mistake. Please do not create ego issues with any question. If it’s not working in 60 to 90 sec leave it and review it at the end.

Also remember that for zoology, botany, inorganic chemistry & organic chemistry NCERT books are the Bible. So don’t forget to revise these. At this time you are advised to focus more on Class XI syllabus as most students are cutoff from this due to board exams. Move to the Class XII syllabus once you have revised that of Class XI. All the best!

Information Source: The Tribune Newspaper published on 25th March 2020.

SC Grants Permanent Service to Women in Navy - Women Power in India

SC grants permanent Service to Women in Navy

Women Power in India

Noting that women officers can sail with the same efficiency as male counterparts, the Supreme Court today held officers of both genders had to be treated equally in granting permanent commission in the Navy.

There couldn’t be gender discrimination in granting permanent commission to Short Service Commission (SSC) women officers citing psychological conditions, once the statutory bar for inducting women in the Navy had been lifted, a Bench headed by Justice DY Chandrachud said. The order came a month after the top court ordered the government to consider granting permanent commission (PC) to all women officers in the Army.

It today said once the statutory bar was lifted and entry of women officers was allowed in the Navy, male and female officers had to be treated equally in grant of permanent commission.

“All SSC officers in the education, law and logistics cadres who are presently in service shall be considered for the grant of PCs,” it said.

“SSC officers who are found suitable for the grant of PC shall be entitled to all consequential benefits, including arrears of pay, promotions and retirement benefits as and when due,” the Bench said.

“As a one-time measure, all SSC women officers before the High Court and the AFT who are not granted PCs shall be deemed to have completed substantive qualifying service for the grant of pension and shall be entitled to all consequential benefits,” it said.

Fill up 3 Lakh Vacancies in the Upcoming 6 Months; UGC tells Higher Education Institutions

Fill up 3 Lakh Vacancies in 6 Months

UGC tells Higher Education Institutions

New Delhi: UGC Department tells Higher education intuitions to fill up 3 Lakh Vacancies in the upcoming 6  Months. We come to know about this news from the most popular newspaper of India known as “The Times of India”.  

The 6,100 teaching positions in central universities, including 4,000 from Delhi University, vacant since 2009 are likely to be filled up by November 2019.

There is a total of 3 lakh vacancies in government-run higher education institutions. The University Grants Commission issued guidelines on Tuesday asking the institutions to identify vacancies within 15 days and complete the process in 180 days. Great news for the applicants who want to pursue their career in the teaching profession.

Higher education institutions have been asked to ensure that all vacant posts, along with reservations details, are uploaded on the online portal.

Fill up 3 Lakh Vacancies in the Upcoming 6 Months

The direction, issued by UGC secretary Rajnish Jain, asked all universities, colleges, and institutions deemed to be universities to “adhere to the guidelines in letter and spirit.” As per the guidelines, identification of vacancies, permission from competent authorities to fill them, and their advertisement should be done in the next 60 days. The Commission has asked the universities/ colleges/ institutions to conduct the interviews by October 2019, and get required approval and issue appointment letters by November 2019.

Higher education institutions have been asked to ‘ensure that all vacant posts, along with reservations details, are uploaded on the online portal, www.’ “The monitoring of the process would be done by MHRD and UGC through this portal,” said official. According to sources, MHRD has launched a portal to monitor the process.

A senior government official said the matter was decided during the first review meeting of higher education taken by new HRD minister Ramesh Pokhriyal on Monday.

Joblessness Rises in the Country with higher Education Level - Latest Survey 2018-19

It’s now official: Joblessness rises with education level

New Delhi: Only 2.1% of illiterate urban men were unemployed in 2017-18, but 9.2% of men with at least secondary education didn’t have a job. The gap was wider among urban women—0.8% of those uneducated were jobless while 20% women with secondary or higher education were unemployed.

The Periodic Labour Force Survey (PLFS), released by the National Statistics Office (NSO) on Friday, shows the unemployment rate (% of labour force without a job) rising by up to 4 times between urban women who have only middle- school education and those educated up to secondary-school or more (see table). Unemployment in rural areas shows a similar pattern, though the degree of skewness is less.

The unemployment rate didn’t rise only with education level, it has also risen over time. The NSO’s release also provides unemployment data for 2004- 05, 2009-10 and 2011-12, adding a caution that past data should not be compared to 2017-18 figures because of several methodological changes introduced in the latest round of the survey.

Even if exact figures are not to be compared across the four years, the broad trend across time is of rise in joblessness with level of education. “It’s not a surprise. We have known of the rising phenomenon of educated unemployment for some time. It’s just an official confirmation,” Pronab Sen, former chief statistician of India, said.

Mahesh Vyas, CEO of Centre for Monitoring Indian Economy, says, “A generation ago, it was inconceivable to get a job in the organised sectors without a graduation degree. Today, the minimum education required to get a job in the organised sectors is much lower and is dropping.” CMIE has been conducting monthly job surveys since a few years.

The PLFS report has defined educated people as those who have attained an educational level of secondary and above. The study among the educated is restricted to people of the age of 15 years and above. Some experts believe 15 may be too young an age to check for employment status, especially in urban areas. “It is possible that the unemployment rate should be higher in younger age brackets as a typical educated urban youth may not even start working before 23 to 24 years—until he or she completes postgraduation,” says Soumya Kanti Ghosh, group chief economic adviser at State Bank of India. For the survey, people aged between 15 and 29 years were considered as youths.

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.

NHAI Recruitment 2019 - NHAI Internship Scheme 2019 for Graduates, Post Graduates and Researchers


NHAI Internship Scheme 2019

Sub: NHAI Internship scheme for Academic Year 2019-2020 (1st July 2019 – 30th June 2020)
NHAI Department is inviting Internship applications from the scholars pursuing in their Graduation/Post-Graduation/Research from any documented University/Institution are invited for internship in NHAI for the year 2019-20. More information related to this NHAI Internship Scheme 2019 is given below in this article. You can apply for this scheme up to 31st March 2019.

The eligibility criteria and other features of the NAHI Internship scheme are as under:

(a) Currently studying in the final year or pre-final year/semester of their course.

(b) Should have obtained overall 70% marks or equivalent grade in all the previous yearly/semester examination and no backlogs (re-appears) of any subjects.

(c) Can apply for NHAI internship only once during one’s academic career.

Other Features Related to this NHAI Internship Scheme 2019:

NHAI Internship Scheme 2019
(a) The interns will be granted a stipend of Rs.5,000/- per month and the duration of internship shall be for a maximum period of 02 (two) months. The months of internship for the Academic Year 2019-20 (1st July 2019 – 30th June 2020) will be decided by NHAI.

(b) The selected applicant can be deployed at any place of work of NHAI (HQs/Regional Office/Project Implementation Unit) scattered all over the country.

(c) As the number of seats are limited, selection will be on ‘first-come, first served’ basis.

(d) Application can be filled and submitted by the concerned College/University/Institute. The “No Objection Certificate” (NOC) in the attached proforma needs to be uploaded while filling/submitting the application form.

(e) At the time of joining, selected applicant shall be required to produce original certificates, ID proof and a letter from their Supervisor/Head of Department/Principal, indicating their status in the institution.

(f) The list of selected applicants will be displayed on NHAI website only.

(g) Closing date of submission of application is 31.03.2019.


31ST March 2019 is the Last date to apply.


No Age Benefit for 10% General quota for all competitive Government exam conducted by SSC and UPSC

No age benefit on for 10% quota

New Delhi, February 11, 2019:  The Centre has admitted that it is not granting any relaxation in age and attempts in competitive exams under the newly introduced quota for the economically weaker sections (EWS) of the general category, leaving lakhs of job aspirants in dismay. The supposed EWS beneficiaries see it as nothing more than a “stunt” of the Narendra Modi government ahead of the Lok Sabha elections.
They have initiated a social media campaign “#EWSJUMLA” demanding the upper age bar be raised to 35 years and nine attempts be provided in the Central government exams, including the Union Public Service Commission (UPSC) civil service, on a par with the Other Backward Classes (OBCs). Ever since the 10 per cent reservation for financially disadvantaged of the general category was announced last month came into effect on January 14, the beneficiaries concerned have been apprehensive.

EWS job aspirants are demanding upper age bar be raised to 35 years and nine attempts be provided for central govt examinations

Their concerns got credence on Feb 6 with the Department of Personnel and Training’s reply to a civil service aspirant’s grievance seeking clarification on the benefits under the EWS, clearly stating that it is not considering giving “relaxation in age and number of attempts” to EWS candidates under the new reservation policy. 

The UPSC provides nine attempts to OBCs till 35 years and no bar or about 16 attempts from minimum allowed 22 years to 37 years to SC/ST candidates in civil service exams.

NOTE: We took this information from"The Tribune" Newspaper published on 12th Feb. 2019. 


GATE Exam 2019-way to success

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.


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.

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.

■ 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.