Kangra Cooperative Bank Officer and Clerk Recruitment 2015

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Kangra Co-Operative Bank has invited applications for the posts of Officer (Gr-III), Clerk (Gr-IV) and Computer Operator (Gr-IV) under direct recruitment quota and service rules for the employees of the Bank on contract basis. The Bank had assigned the work to Himachal Pradesh Board of School Education, Dharamshala for written Exam for the recruitment process.

The total number of posts are 154 – Gr.-III Officer: 15, Gr.-IV Clerk (For General Public): 74, Gr.-IV Clerk (For against working trained Secretary of PACS): 46, Gr.-IV Clerk (Against Employee of Other Coop. Society): 08, Gr.-IV Computer Operator: 11.

The applicant should be between 18 and 45 years as on last date of submission of application forms. The upper age limit is relaxed by 05 years for candidates belonging to SC/ST/OBC/WFF (UR)/Persons with Disabilities (UR) and the relaxation in the age limit to the Ex-man candidates shall be as per State Govt. guidelines.

See Also Kangra Co-operative Bank Officer (Gr-III)/ Clerk (Gr-IV)/ Computer Operator (Gr-IV) Recruitment 2015

Highlights:

  • Candidates can apply online for the written examination to be held on 22nd November, 2015 for recruitment of various categories of posts under direct recruitment quota and service rules for the employees of the Bank on contract basis on the HP Board website http://www.hpbose.org.
  • Please ensure your eligibility as per the criteria laid down for Written Test for the Posts of Grade-III (Officers)/Grade-IV (Clerks) & Computer Operators in the Prospectus uploaded on the Board Website.
  • Please read the instructions and proceed carefully before you start filling the online application form. Candidates must follow the instructions strictly as given in the Prospectus and on the Board website.
  • Examination Fee is Rs. 600/- for UR (Unreserved) and its Sub-Categories (except PH-O/PH-D); Rs. 400/- for PH-O/PH-D & SC/ST/OBC Categories and their Sub-Categories.
  • Candidates can apply online on Board Website from 14-10-2015 to 28-10-2015. No application will be entertained thereafter.
  • Information regarding the applications of candidates received with fees will be uploaded on the Board’s website http://www.hpbose.org. The candidates can check their Application for candidature and candidate particulars on the website. The candidature of the candidate, who’s fees has not been received by this Board, will not be considered for the Written Test to be held on 22-11-2015.
  • The Admit Cards will be uploaded on the Board website. The Candidates will be able to download/print the Admit Cards for entrance to Examination Centre. The Admit Card will not be sent to Candidates separately by post.
  • Candidate is allowed to submit only one Application Form against same Post. Multiple Applications for same Post of a candidate are liable to be rejected.
  • Application Forms through fax/post shall not be entertained and Board does not take responsibility to inform such candidates.

Eligible and interested candidates, who are satisfying the eligibility criteria and ready to take up the challenge, are required to apply strictly through Online by visiting the Board’s Website http://hpbose.org/

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IGNOU Management and Education Courses

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The Indira Gandhi National Open University (IGNOU) was established by an Act of Parliament in 1985. It has continuously build an inclusive knowledge society through education. It has tried to increase the Gross Enrollment Ratio (GER) by offering high-quality teaching through the Open and Distance Learning (ODL) mode . The University began by offering two academic programmes in 1987, i.e., Diploma in Management and Diploma in Distance Education, with strength of 4,528 students. Admission to IGNOU Courses in  Management , Education  and nursing are done on the basis of marks received in Entrance Tests

Today, it serves the educational aspirations of over 3 million students in India and other countries through 21 Schools of Studies and a network of 67 regional centres, around 2,667 learner support centres and 29 overseas partner institutions. The University offers about 228 certificate, diploma, degree and doctoral programmes, with strength of nearly 810 faculty members and 574 academic staff at the headquarters and regional centres and about 33,212 academic counselors from conventional institutions of higher learning, professional organizations, and industry among others.

Aim

  • Provide access to higher education to all segments of the society.
  • Offer high-quality, innovative and need-based programmes at different levels, to all those who require them;
  • Reach out to the disadvantaged by offering programmes in all parts of the country at affordable costs; and
  • Promote, coordinate and regulate the standards of education offered through open and distance learning in the country.

To achieve the twin objectives of widening access for all sections of society and providing continual professional development and training to all sectors of the economy, the University uses a variety of media and latest technology in imparting education. This is reflected in the formulated vision of IGNOU, keeping its objectives in focus.

IGNOU has lived up to the country’s expectations of providing education to the marginalised sections of society. Free of cost education is being provided to all jail inmates across the country. A large number of SC/ST students have been admitted to various programmes of the University.

With the launch of EduSat (a satellite dedicated only to education) on 20th September, 2004, and the establishment of the Inter-University Consortium, the University has ushered in a new era of technology-enabled education in the country. All the regional centres and high enrollment study centres have been provided with active two-way video-conferencing network connectivity, which has made it possible to transact interactive digital content. Emphasis is now being laid on developing interactive multimedia and online learning, and adding value to the traditional distance education delivery mode with modern technology-enabled education within the framework of blended learning.

In the last 26 years, IGNOU, through high-quality self-learning material and innovative programmes, has established itself as a National Resource Centre and a provider of quality education — at par with other national and international institutions.

At present, the average time taken for a major programme — from its conceptualization to its delivery — is four to five years. , many of the programmes may be outdated by the time they are developed, delivered. Therefore, it is important that the time taken to develop and deliver a new programme be significantly reduced. The University would also focus on reducing the time taken in activities such as student registration, material dispatch, evaluation, etc.

Electronic Media in Education

IGNOU operates a 24-hour educational TV channel Gyan Darshan and a radio-cooperative Gyan Vani. There is provision for two-way tele-conferencing, interactive radio counselling, and for relaying educational programmes through local FM radio stations.

STRATEGIES

  1. Total Quality Assurance
  2. Increasing Enrollment
  3. Strengthening the Faculty
  4. Widening areas of study
  5. Research and Scholarship
  6. Reaching the Unreached
  7. Effective Student-Support Services
  8. Strengthening Extension Education
  9. Electronic Media in Education

Applications invited for Indian Technical Graduate Course 2015

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Military Recruitment for Engineers

Applications are invited for Technical Graduate Course at Indian Military Academy (IMA), Dehradun, Uttarakhand from married/unmarried male Engineering Graduates for Grant of Permanent Commission in the Army in all Arms/Services. See other Indian Army Entrance Exams

Apply online for recruitment as Engineers in Indian Army

Candidates who have passed their Engineering or who are currently pursuing the final year of engineering course are eligible to apply for the course; the candidates appearing in the final year examination of Degree Course should be able to produce the Engineering Degree within 12 weeks from the date of commencement of training at IMA.

Candidates can register themselves through the website www.joinindianarmy.nic.in. Registrations for online applications have already started from December 01, 2014 and the last date to apply is December 31, 2014. Interviews for the Technical Graduate Course will be held in Mar/Apr 2015 onwards. Technical graduate course in various disciplines will commence in July 2015.

Age of the applicant should be between 20 – 27 years at the time of commencement of course (Candidates born between 02nd Jul 1988 and 01st Jul 1995 both dates inclusive). The date of birth entered in the Matriculation or an equivalent examination certificate will be accepted by the office.

Only shortlisted eligible candidates depending on the cutoff percentage will be interviewed at various Selection Centres in Allahabad (UP), Bhopal (MP) and Bangalore (Karnataka).Call Up letter for SSB interview will be issued through candidate’s registered e-mail id and through SMS.

 

JEE Main 2015 application deadlines

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All engineering aspirants cannot ignore this All India Entrance Exam – JEE MAIN 2015

JEE Main Application Dates and Deadlines are given below

Last date to apply for the JEE main is December 18, 2014.

 

Offline Examination (Pen and Paper Based Exam) Paper-1 (B.E./B.Tech): 04th April 2015 (Saturday, 09.30 – 12.30 Hours (IST); duration – 3 Hours) Paper-2 (B.Arch/B.Planning):04th April 2015 (Saturday, 02.00 – 05.00 Hours (IST); duration – 3 Hours

Online Examination (Computer Based Exam) for Paper – 1 (B.E/B.Tech) only Paper-1 (B.E./B.Tech): During 10th April 2015 (Friday) & 11th April 2015 (Saturday, timings: 1st shift 09.30 – 12.00 Hours (IST); 2nd shift (*) 1400 – 1700 Hours (IST); duration – 3 Hours (if required) JEE (Main) 2015 shall have two papers, Paper-1 (B. E./B. Tech.) and Paper-2 (B. Arch./B. Planning.). Depending upon the course(s) candidates are seeking admission, they may take Paper-1 (B. E./B.Tech.), or Paper-2 (B. Arch./B. Planning.), or both.

For more info check out JEE Main Notification

 

Aerospace engineering in India

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One of the most advanced branches in engineering, aerospace engineering encompasses the fields of aeronautical and aerospace (spacecraft) engineering. You would study topics such as fluid mechanics, heat transfer, applied aerodynamics, analytical mechanics, flight vehicle design, trajectory dynamics, and aerospace propulsion systems.

Aerospace engineers, popularly called “rocket scientists” develop hi-tech aeroplanes that weigh over a half a million pounds, to spacecraft that travel at the speed of 17,000 miles an hour.

They design, develop and test aircraft, spacecraft, and missiles and supervise their manufacture.

Aerospace engineers who work with aircraft are considered aeronautical engineers, and those working specifically with spacecraft are called aerospace engineers.

Besides the IITs – Kanpur, Mumbai Madras and Kharagpur which offer BTech as well as Integrated MTech in Aerospace Engg (5-years) at the undergraduate level, Amity University, Amity School of Engineering, Noida (www.amity.edu) and SRM University, Chennai (www.srmuniv.ac.in) also offer Aerospace Engg . Check out Engineering Entrance Exams

Alternatively, you could do a BTech (Aeronautical Engg) which is offered at several engineering colleges.

 

NEE is the entrance exam for NERIST Engg. Admissions

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NERIST (North Eastern Regional Institute of Science and Technology), located at Nirjuli, Itanagar in the Indian State of Arunachal Pradesh was set up by the Government of India, initially as a project of the North-eastern Council (NEO), to provide a system of education to create technical manpower at various levels for the development of the North-Eastern region of the country.

It is a unique Institute of its kind in the country, having unconventional and innovative academic programmes. The approach is to encourage a policy of vocationalisation at the 10+2 level and allow only motivated students to go for the degree level, while others go out of the Institute to enrich their profession with some years of professional experience. At any future date, if they decide to return to the Institute to improve their qualification, they would be allowed to do so.

Since April 1, 1994 the institute has been fully-funded and directly controlled by the Ministry of Human Resource and Development (MHRD), New Delhi. Since May 2005, NERIST has been a Deemed University.

The institute is managed by a Board of Management, comprising representative of MHRD, the eight beneficiary States of the North-Eastern region, AICTE and eminent educationists.

The Institute offers admission to three types of programmes:

  1. Base Module in Technology
  2. Diploma Module in Technology
  3. Degree Module in Technology

The departments which offer admission at all the three levels are as follows:

(1)    Civil engineering

(2)    Mechanical Engineering

(3)    Electrical and Electronics Engineering

(4)    Electronics and Communication Engineering

(5)    Agricultural Engineering

For admission to all the three modules, three entrance examinations, namely NEE-I, NEE-II and NEE-III are conducted. All the entrance examinations are conducted at various centres located in the North-Eastern States of India.

Computer Science Department of the institute offers Admission to only Diploma and Degree Modules.

Eligibility: For Degree Module, the Candidates should possess three-year Polytechnic Diploma from any AICTE/Government-recognized polytechnic in the respective discipline or allied branch with 60% marks in aggregate or equivalent CGPA or NERIST diploma.

Date of Examination: The entrance examination is held sometime in May. See NERIST NEE Engg Entrance Exam datails

Note: Candidates selected for admission to Degree Module through NEE-III have to undergo course consisting of two semesters (1 Years).

 

Proper preparation is necessary to pass the CDS

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A great number of people are fascinated towards the jobs in defense. The defense service is an honourable and a lucrative career option for youngsters and job seekers who want to build a strong, secure and a dignified carrier. The hiring process for defense services is very strict, and it is very difficult to pass that procedure. Yes, it is necessary to recruit people in defense in order to serve the nation, but the standards for recruitment cannot be lowered as this is a matter of national security. A person that is unfit physically or mentally cannot be employed in defense services. If you think that you have it in you to be a defense officer, then, the CDS exam is the best choice for you.

What is CDS exam?

CDS is a short form of Combined Defense Services and is held every year by UPSC (Union Public Service Commission). The officer recruited in defense services through CDS gets a very good lifestyle and the honour to be a dignified defense officer. Most of the candidates take the NDA exams to get entry in defense service that is done after completing your 10+2. Here, the cadets are recruited as captain and get excellent training and education. The CDS exam is for the aspirants who have missed that previous chance.

Eligibility and selection

The eligibility for CDS 2014 is that the person should be below twenty five years of age and should hold a graduate degree in any field or stream. There may be some exception in selection of services depending on the field in which the candidate holds the graduation degree. The aspirants having an engineering degree have a direct entry in the recruitment process. There is no need for them to the written exam; they can directly appear for the personal interviews. This is same for recruitment in all the three services that are Army, Navy and Air Force.

For others, there is a written exam conducted. All the candidates those have passed the written exams are advanced to the interviews. The interviews are quiet tough to pass, but once you pass this step, you enter the final step that is SSB. The SSB stands for Staff Selection Board. This is the most difficult part of the recruitment process in defense. Most of the candidates are ruled out in this step. The interviews of SSB are of 5 days span. There is a specific behaviour that they seek in every candidate in order to becoming an officer. If you pass this stage, then, you are taken for the medical tests. When you pass the medical tests, and after some formalities, you are recruited in the defense services and are called for training. After the training, you are commissioned as an officer in one of the defense services of India.

The competition for CDS exam is very tough, and standards for the recruitment are very strict. It is advisable to get proper coaching and training so that you could you have chances of selection in the defense services.