Sunday, 30 September 2012

NCERT Walk-In - Employment News


Eligibility: MA
MSc(Psychology)
Location: Delhi
Job Category: Govt Sector, Others, Walkin
Last Date: 4 October 12
Job Type: Full Time
Hiring Process: Walk - In.
Job Details
NCERT Hiring ScholarshipNo.F. 1-14/JPF/DEE/2012-13 

NCERT conduct walk-in interview for the post of  Computer Typist/JRFwww.freshersworld.com  
Post Name Qualification No of Post Age Pay Scale 
Computer Typists12th Pass under the 10+2 pattern or equivalent examination from a recognized Central/ State Board/Institution. Proficiency in working on Computer418-27 yearRs.9282
JRF1. Master's Degree in Education/ Psychology/ Science/ Social Sciences/ Humanities with 55% Marks. 2. Working knowledge of Computer (b) Desirable: 1. Masters in Education (M.Ed) 2. Research and field experience in the area of Elementary Education. 3. Experience in compiling the materials/ information and analysing the reports 4 Writing reports in English and Hindi. 0230
years
Rs. 14000
 How to apply
Candidates should bring their original certificates and other documents alongwith attested photocopies in support of their claim in age, educational qualifications etc. at the time of interview
www.freshersworld.com  
Post Name Date and time of Interview
Computer Typists4th October, 2012 at 10.00 a.m. in Room No.415, 4th Floor,  G.B.Pant Block, NCERT, New Delhi.
JRF5th October, 2012 at 2.30 p.m, Venue: Department of Elementary Education, 4th Floor, Room No. 415, G.B. Pant Block, NCERT, New Delhi -110016.
Company Profile
In 1961, the Government of India established the National Council of Educational Research and Training (NCERT) as an autonomous organization to assist and advise the governments at the Centre and in States in the implementation of their policies for education, especially to bring about qualitative changes in school education and teacher preparation. Over the years, he Council has evolved into a unique organization, with its increasing range of activities that has influenced school education in India.View more at website
Source - Freshersworl

Symphony Teleca - Employment News

Support ExecutiveDate of posting:25 September
Eligibility: BCA
BSc(Computer Science)
Location: Bangalore
Job Category: BSc/BCA/BCM, IT/Software
Last Date: 30 September 12
Job Type: Full Time
Hiring Process: Written-test, Face to Face Interview.
Job Details
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Qualification :
  • BCA/ BSc - (Computer Science) candidates from 2011/ 2012 batches with an aggregate of 60% and above.
Requirements :
  • Candidates should be having very good communication skill (written and verbal).
  • Should be having good aptitude and attitude.
  • Having trouble shooting skills.
  • Having exposure to computer applications like MS Office, FTP, VPN, Database, SQL etc.Apply Now
Company Profile
Symphony Teleca provides a unique combination of technologies and services to bring together Big Data and Advanced Analytics to help companies such as yours meet this challenge and gain a significant competitive advantage, whether you are the enterprise that runs the business process, the infomediary that provides data and services, or the software vendor that provides the technology enablers.

From strategy consulting that helps define how Big Data supports the business strategy and goals, to services and technologies to design and implement analytic processes, managed services in Data Science and content operations, and development skills to operationalize the analytic algorithms, we have a complete palette to address the needs of any company at any level of maturity. View more at website
Source - freshersworld

ST-Ericsson India - Employment News

Eligibility: BE/B.Tech(Computer Science & Engineering (CSE), Electronics & Communication Engineering(ECE), Information Science/Technology (IS/IT))
ME/M.Tech(Computer Science & Engineering, Electronics & Communication Engineering, Information Science/Technology)
Location: Bangalore
Job Category: Dream Jobs/5 lpa, IT/Software
Last Date: 3 October 12
Job Type: Full Time
Hiring Process: Written-test.
Job Details

Eligibility :
  • Students from 2011/2012 BE/ B.Tech/ ME/ M.Tech - (CSE/ IT/ ECE) batches with an aggregate of 75% and above throughout 10th, 12th, UG & PG (if applicable)
Job Description :
  • Will be working for 3G, 4G Technology.
  • Knowledge in C, C++ & Good OS concepts is mandatory.
  • Knowledge in 2G, 3G, Physical Layer, USB, Android is preferred.
Salary : Attractive
NB : Candidates from Top Engineering colleges are preferred.Apply Now
Company Profile
ST-Ericsson is a world leader in development of wireless platforms and semiconductors. ST-Ericsson enables smarter communication, mobile entertainment, as well as benefits of access to mobile and broadband connectivity to people around the globe. ST-Ericsson is unique in its ability to deliver state-of-the-art platforms, integrating mobile multimedia and connectivity for GSM, EDGE, WCDMA, HSPA, TD-SCDMA and LTE. The company is a leading supplier to the top handset manufacturers, as well as to other exciting industry leaders, including mobile operators and device manufacturers. Something about our presence in India View more at website
Source - freshersworld

Sasken - Employment News

Eligibility: BE/B.Tech(Electrical & Electronics Engineering (EEE), Electronics & Communication Engineering(ECE), Electrical Engineering)
Location: Anywhere in India
Job Category: Core Technical, IT/Software
Last Date: 8 October 12
Job Type: Full Time
Hiring Process: Written-test.
Job Details
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Qualification :
  • BE/ B.Tech - (Electronics & Communication/ Electronics & Telecommunication/ Electrical/ EEE) from 2012 batch with minimum 60% aggregate with no backlogs.
Job Description :
Working on Telecom Domain covering on any of the  following areas 
  • Network Deployment
Individual Contributor Role

Working as part of team, reporting to Project Manager.

Skills Required :
  • Basic Knowledge of Wireless/ Mobile Communication (CDMA/ GSM)
  • Good Communication & Written Skill
  • Willing to work on PAN India basis on field and in a transferable environment.
  • Basic knowledge of Electronics, Communication & Telecommunication.
Note :
  • Selected Candidates will undergo 2-4 weeks of classroom training. Cost of training and accommodation will be borne by the Company. No salary will be offered during above classroom training period.
  • On successful completion of above classroom training, candidates will be hired as GET @ Rs.96000/- Per Annum + Mobile Expenses + Accommodation + Medical and Accident Insurance.
  • Salary Revision on successful completion of 6 months GET.
N.B :
  • Selected candidate will have to sign a service agreement of 2 years.
  • Only Male candidates are preferred.Apply Now

Company Profile
Sasken, a pioneer in telecom R&D outsourcing offers a unique combination of complementary IP software components, research and development consultancy and software services to leading semiconductor manufacturers, network equipment companies and global wireless handset developers. As a part of Sasken, you can look forward to charting the future course of telecom technology worldwide. A fast growing company, it offers you the chance to explore opportunities and pursue dreams.View more at website

Source - freshersworld

Saturday, 29 September 2012

NALCO- Employement News

Graduate EngineersDate of posting:18 September
Eligibility: BE/B.Tech(Chemical Engineering, Civil Engineering, Electrical & Electronics Engineering (EEE), Instrumentation & Control Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, Metallurgical /Materials Engineering, Mineral / Mining Engineering, Electrical Engineering)
Location: Bhubaneshwar
Job Category: Core Technical, Govt Sector, Others
Last Date: 30 September 12
Job Type: Full Time
Hiring Process: Written-test.
Job Details
NALCO hiring Engineers
Advt. No: 10120301
NALCO is looking for committed, promising and passionate young Graduate Engineers having only full time regular courses from recognised institute/university to be inducted during 2013 in the disciplines of Mechanical, Electrical, Instrumentation,  Metallurgy, Civil, Chemical, Electronics, Geology and Mining through GATE-2013www.freshersworld.com
Post NameQualificationNo. of Post
Graduate Engineers
Graduate Engineers having only full time regular courses from recognised institute/university to be inducted during 2013 in the disciplines of Mechanical, Electrical, Instrumentation,  Metallurgy, Civil, Chemical, Electronics, Geology and Mining through GATE-2013
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Selection Process : The eligible candidates those who are interested to apply for the above disciplines in NALCO needs to appear in GATE-2013 examination as per the instruction and timelines notified by GATE-2013 and in one of the following GATE-2013 examination papers. 
Sl. No.GATE-2013Paper Code 
1. Mechanical EngineeringME
2. Electrical EngineeringEE
3. Instrumentation Engineering IN
4. Metallurgical EngineeringMT
5. Civil EngineeringCE
6. Chemical EngineeringCH
7. Electronics EngineeringEC
8. GeologyGG
9. Mining EngineeringMN

How to apply
Interested candidates should apply online. www.freshersworld.com
Important Dates : 
Commencement of Online submission GATE application for GATE-201301.09.2012
Last date for Online submission of GATE Application 30.09.2012
Last date for receipt of hard copy of Online GATE application at respective GATE Offices.08.10.2012
GATE Examination 10.02.2013
5Announcement of GATE Results15.03.2013
Company Profile
National Aluminium Company Ltd. (NALCO), is considered to be a turning point in the history of Indian Aluminium Industry. In a major leap forward, Nalco has not only addressed the need for self-sufficiency in aluminium, but also given the country a technological edge in producing this strategic metal to the best of world standards. Nalco was incorporated in 1981 in the Public Sector, to exploit a part of the large deposits of bauxite discovered in the East Coast.

Tuesday, 25 September 2012

US state, local employment won't recover until 2017: Report

US state and local government employment won't return to its pre-recession peak until early 2017, following widespread public sector layoffs that have continued this year, global information company IHSGlobal Insight said in a report on Monday.

Total employment by states and cities could grow 3.2 per cent to 19.9 million in 2017 from 19.3 million in 2012 - an addition of 620,000 jobs, IHS Global Insight said.

Across the United States, the recession cut into property tax revenue collections, prompting layoffs that shrank the ranks of state and local public employees from their peak of nearly 19.9 million in late 2008, IHS data showed.

"We do see that the structural imbalance in government budgets is slowly evaporating," said IHS's chief regional economist Jim Diffley. "There can be expansion once again."

Predicted gains in employment for school teachers, firefighters, police and other public workers would come slowly, with state and local government payrolls not getting back to peak levels until the beginning of 2017, Diffley said.

The sector is expected to expand even more in the following years, to nearly 21 million by 2022, or 8.7 per cent growth from 2012 levels, the report showed.

PRIVATE SECTOR GROWTH TO BE ROBUST

Public sector gains still would not match expected growth in private sector employment. Overall, all nonfarm employment in the US is expected to grow 8.6 per cent, comprising nearly 11.5 million jobs, in the next five years, IHS reported. The federal government is likely to lose 9.1 per cent of its employees over the same time, the report found.

The professional and business services industry is expected to add the biggest number of new jobs with nearly 21 per cent growth over the next five years, which amounts to nearly 3.7 million jobs.

The construction industry is on track to grow 39 per cent, by more than 2.1 million jobs, and the health services industry could add nearly 2.3 million more jobs, for 13.2 per cent growth, over the same time, IHS said.

The report was released in conjunction with a meeting of the US Conference of Mayors.

IHS also examined 15 metro areas around the country, finding that two areas in Texas - Laredo, as well as Dallas and surrounding Fort Worth and Arlington - are likely to have the greatest growth in state and local government payrolls over the next five years, 10.5 per cent and nearly 9 per cent, respectively.
SOURCE - THE ECONOMICS TIMES

Aadhar to be linked to jobs, housing, pension schemes

In a move that is expected to increase subscribers for Aadhar scheme, the department of e-governance has proposed to integrate five welfare schemes with Aadhar numbers.

The government has chosen to integrate services connected to employment, housing and pension schemes, hoping this will increase Aadhar’s ‘mass appeal’.

The pilot project will include the Mahatma Gandhi National Rural Employment Scheme (MNREGS) and the Rajiv Gandhi Awaz Yojana, the Ashraya housing scheme, Bhagyalakshmi and the social security and pension scheme.

The schemes, linked with Aadhar will be implemented in Tumkur and Mysore districts, on a pilot basis from January 1.

Officials from the e-governance department said choosing the districts was easy because of the success in enrolments during the first phase of the government’s unique identification (UID) project, under which the Aadhar cards were issued.

“The districts of Tumkur and Mysore covered up to 95 per cent of the population under the first phase. In fact, these districts were the first ones to receive the Aadhar coverage,” said an official.

Mysore has tied-up with the Indian Oil Corporation (IOC) to supply LPG to citizens, assuring ‘guaranteed’ subscription to Aadhar, said the official.

According to the official, the schemes have been finalised and ready to roll out by 2013. “Once the success of these schemes are ascertained in these two districts, then it will be extended to all the 30 districts (in Karnataka),” he said.

Despite wide protests against UID, the official believes its second phase will generate interest when it starts enrolments from October 20.

“Had it not been for large-scale protests, the UID project would have covered at least 85 percent of the population across the State,” he said.
SOURCE - DECCAN HERALD 

Construction Employment Went Down in 30 States Over the Last Year

Construction employment declined in 30 states from August 2011 to August 2012 and in 26 states in the past month, according to an analysis by the Associated General Contractors of America of Labor Department data. Association officials noted that construction employment declined in most states even as long term infrastructure programs and tax measures languish.

“Construction employment continues to decline in many states as key tax and infrastructure decisions languish in Washington,” said Ken Simonson, the association’s chief economist. “Thousands more construction workers could be employed today in states across the country if we had long-term federal tax and infrastructure programs in place.”

The economist said that among states losing construction jobs during the past year, Alaska lost the highest percentage (-14.2 percent, -2,000 jobs), followed by Nevada (-10.0 percent, -5,200 jobs) and Mississippi (-8.4 percent, -4,100 jobs). Illinois lost the most jobs (-11,500, -5.9 percent), followed by Georgia (-9,900, -6.7 percent) and Florida (-8,500 jobs, -2.6 percent).

Simonson noted that 20 states and the District of Columbia added construction jobs between August 2011 and August 2012. The District of Columbia added the highest percentage of new construction jobs (14.9 percent, 1,800 jobs), followed by North Dakota (11.8 percent, 2,900 jobs) and Nebraska (10.8 percent, 4,400 jobs). Texas added the most new construction jobs over the past 12 months (37,900, 6.8 percent), followed by California (33,000, 6.0 percent) and Indiana (10,400, 8.7 percent).

New Mexico had the steepest percentage decline among states that lost construction jobs for the month (-6.8 percent, -2,900 jobs), followed by Alaska (-3.2 percent, -400 jobs) and Connecticut (-2.7 percent, -1,300 jobs). The largest number of construction job losses in July occurred in North Carolina (-3,400 jobs, -2.0 percent), followed by Pennsylvania (-3,300 jobs, -1.5 percent) and New Mexico.

Twenty-four states plus D.C. added construction jobs between July and August. The highest percentage gains for the month occurred in Arkansas (4.8 percent, 2,000 jobs), followed by Hawaii (2.8 percent, 800 jobs) and Mississippi (2.8 percent, 1,200 jobs). Texas added the most jobs during the month (13,600 jobs, 2.3 percent), followed by Florida (5,300 jobs, 1.7 percent) and California (5,100, 0.9 percent).

Association officials said that construction employment was suffering from Washington’s failure to act on a number of long-term infrastructure and tax measures. They noted that Congress has yet to enact long-term water infrastructure measures, address transportation funding challenges, or set tax levels for future years.

“Not only are Washington officials failing to make tough choices on infrastructure funding, they aren’t even taking care of essential measures like setting tax rates and keeping our clean water systems up to date,” said Stephen E. Sandherr, the association’s chief executive officer. “Construction employment suffers when firms can’t anticipate future demand or know how much they will have to pay in taxes.”
SOURCE - LOANSAFE.ORG

'One Rank One Pension' scheme partially approved; Cabinet nod for Rs 2,300 cr package

New Delhi: In what can be termed good news for ex-armed forces personnel, the Cabinet on Monday approved a pension plan of Rs 23,00 crore under the ‘One Rank One Pension’ scheme.

Services personnel who have retired before January 2006, will now be entitled to pension almost equal to their counterparts who superannuated after this date.

The estimated cost of this proposal will be approx Rs 2,300 crore per annum.

The Armed forces have been agitating for One Rank One Pension scheme for quite some time now.

As per the bonanza scheme, every ex-serviceman will be eligible for the same pension at his rank, regardless of when he joined or retired.

The ‘One Rank One Pension’ was a demand of 1.3-million strong defence personnel which got partly approved today based on the recommendations of a panel set up by Prime Minister Manmohan Singh.

The slew of measures taken by the Government to increase pension and pay of the armed forces included enhancement of family pension, granting of dual family pension and family pension to mentally and physically challenged wards of defence personnel even after their marriage, officials said here.

An official release said steps taken by the Government are expected to largely "meet the demands of the defence pensioners for one rank one pension (OROP)."

The committee, headed by Cabinet Secretary Ajit Seth had submitted its report on August 08, 2012.

Set up on July 13 this year on the orders of Prime Minister Manmohan Singh, the committee had Principal Secretary to the Prime Minister Pulok Chatterjee and Defence Secretary Shashi Kant Sharma as members, apart from secretaries of departments of expenditure, ex-servicemen's welfare, and personnel and training.

"The gap in pension of pre- and post-January 2006 retiree jawans will be bridged by determining the pension of pre- January 2006 pensioners on the basis of notional maximum for the ranks and groups across the three Services as in case of post-January 2006 retirees," the official release said.

"The pension of pre-January 2006 commissioned officer pensioners will be stepped up with reference to maximum fitment table for the ranks instead of minimum pay band," it said.

The decision would be implemented from a prospective date, Defence Ministry officials said.

As per the present system, personnel retiring under the 6th pay commission get more pension than their counterparts who have retired under previous pay commissions.

The Cabinet also accepted the enhancement of family pension for the families of serving and retired defence personnel who have lost their lives.

"The pension of pre-January 2006 family pensioners including officers, Junior Commissioned Officers and other ranks will be stepped up based on the minimum of the fitment table instead of the minimum pay band," the release said.

The government also allowed the Dual Family Pension which means that the pensioner would be allowed to draw both military and civil employment pensions.

It also agreed to the demand of granting family pension to mentally and physically challenged children of defence forces personnel even after their marriage.

This pension was so far granted to them only till their marriage.

Commenting on the virtual acceptance of the OROP demand, former Army Chief Gen VK Singh said, "They have done a lot for the good of the veterans community. They should have done it long back as it was long overdue."

Meanwhile, the Cabinet Committee on Security (CCS) is expected to have discussed a proposal to set up a training academy of the Coast Guard in Kerala and an IAF proposal for procuring equipment for their aircraft.
Source - Zee news

Monday, 24 September 2012

Cabinet approves 7% hike in DA for central govt employees


 

New Delhi: The Union Cabinet on Monday approved a 7 percent hike in the Dearness Allowance (DA) for central government employees.
The approval will benefit 80 lakh central government employees and pensioners.

Earlier, the meetings of the Cabinet Committee on Economic Affairs (CCEA) and Cabinet Committee on Infrastructure (CCI), was scheduled for Friday but was postponed apparently due to political turmoil post the government’s ‘big bang’ reform announcement.

The hike in dearness allowance will be effective from July 1, 2012, and the employees would be entitled to arrears from that date.

The additional burden on exchequer on account of increase in DA would be around Rs. 5,000 crore for the eight-month period between July, 2012 and February, 2013. It will be Rs. 7,400 crore for the full financial year.

The government had last increased DA in March this year from 58 percent to 65 percent, which was effective from January 1, 2012. It will now be increased to 72 percent.

The government periodically hikes the DA, which is linked to consumer price index for industrial workers. The consumer price index (CPI) based on movement in retail prices, soared to 10.03 percent in August, from 9.86 percent in July.
Source - Zee News

Sunday, 23 September 2012

“Swadeshi Mall” A Concept of Promoting Indian Product to Reduce Unemployment & Poverty






Swadeshi Mall
A Concept of Promoting Indian Product to Reduce Unemployment & Poverty
(Concept of “Swadeshi Shopping Mall” By GD PANDEY)

NOW, It Is Time To Take Necessary Action To Promote INDIAN PRODUCT In India

Main features of Swadeshi Shopping Mall

·       “Swadeshi Shopping Mall” should be in each and every city.
·       The “Swadeshi Shopping Mall” will sell only Indian products.
·       “Swadeshi Shopping Mall” could be launch / sponsor by any Indian business group but it is necessary that they should sell only Indian products which must be made by Indians in India.
·       Central Government / State Government should give rebate in taxes on those product, which will selll through these mall and also they should provide other facilities for open these type mall.
·       Reason for open this type of Shopping Mall
·       Our business which is either small or big is not growing as compare to China product due to the much competition in marketing and the policies of International Product.
·       International Market like China sells their products in low cost which make the people their customer. They easily capture and overtake our business and when people get habitual to their product they raise the price.

Benefit of this type of Mall

·       Public will purchase more Indian product because they will get it at cheap rate.
·       Purchasing of Indian product will Increase the consumption of Indian product.
·       When consumption will increase, the need of more production is require.
·       And for production employee will require for every field.

THIS CONCEPT WILL EASILY REDUCE THE BIGGEST PROBLEM OF OUR COUNTRY i.e., RATE OF UNEMPLOYMENT AND POVERTY
Source - Facebook of G D PANDEY

Thursday, 13 September 2012

Find jobs with Jaipur metro by October




Jaipur: Clouds of uncertainty may be looming over completion of the metro project in its set deadline due to land-acquisition hurdles and slow progress in civil works. However, Jaipur metro rail corporation (JMRC) is all set to recruit the team which will operate trains when the project finally takes off.

The corporation has given nod for the recruitment of 400 staffers to operate and maintain the metro trains scheduled to run from Mansarovar to Chandpole, which is the first phase of the project. The recruitment process will start in one month’s time. An advertisement will be issued for this too. The process is expected to be finished by December, just six months before the deadline when trains should actually start to ply.

The decision of recruitment was taken in a meeting of corporation’s board of the directors chaired by CMD NC Goyal on Wednesday. The board meeting approved the drafted rules for the recruitment. According to sources, 472 staffers will be recruited for Jaipur Metro.

“400 staffers will be recruited directly by December. Corporation will decide over the recruitment of other staffers later,” said a source with JMRC.

The manpower to be recruited primary includes technical staff, drivers, station masters and engineers who will be deployed to maintain and operate trains plying on Mansarovar to Chandpole route by June, 2013.

The source added that recruitment process should have been started a couple of months back. But drafting of the rules and its approval from the finance department consumed a lot of time.
Source - Daily Bhaskar

Wednesday, 12 September 2012

Railway Recruitment Cell (RRC) Northern Railway Requires 7368 Trackman/ Khalasi Helper


IMP Note : Please consult your local vendor and Post office before Requesting online. All Application forms are available only on request and this service is applicable to only those who are residing in rural areas or where availability is a problem.

Post Name: Trackman/ Khalasi Helper
Organization: State Govt.
Qualification: Qualification 10th/ SSC/ ITI
Last Date of submission of Application Form: October 15, 2012

Form Detail:

No. of Vacancies 7368
Qualification 10th/ SSC/ ITI
Maximum Age 33 Years
Selection Process Written Test/ PET
Last Date 15th October 2012
Application Fee Rs. 40/-
Recruitment in RRC NR for Group D Vacancy
A recruitment notification has been issued by Railway Recruitment Cell (RRC) Northern Railway (NR) for filling up 7368 vacant posts of Group D Vacancy. This information came through the notification No. – 220-E/Open Mkt./RRC/2012 dated 30th August 2012. According to this notification applications are being invited from skillful and energetic candidates. Hence, Interested applicants may send their duly filled applications on the address of RRC NR on or before 15th October 2012. Details can be seen below.
Recruitment Details of Group D Vacancy in RRC NR
Serial No. – Name of the Vacancy – Department – Total No. of Vacancy: -
Traffic Porter - Operating - 99 (UR-50, OBC-26, SC-19, ST-04)
Pointsman – Operating – 283 (UR-144, OBC-76, SC-43, ST-20)
Gateman – Operating – 173 (UR-87, OBC-47, SC-26, ST-13)
Khalasi Helper – Civil Engineering/ Electrical/ Mechanical/ Signal and Telecom – 1422 (UR-702, OBC-402, SC-212, ST-106)
Trackman – Civil Engineering – 3853 (UR-1953, OBC-1041, SC-570, ST-289)
Carriage Cleaner – Mechanical – 852 (UR-431, OBC-229, SC-132, ST-60)
DSL Khallasi – Mechanical – 10 (UR-05, OBC-03, SC-01, ST-01)
DSL Cleaner – Mechanical – 51 (UR-25, OBC-14, SC-08, ST-04)
Khalasi Helper – Mech. (W) – 507 (UR-256, OBC-137, SC-76, ST-38)
Safaiwala – Medical – 39 + 1 (Female) (UR-20, OBC-10, SC-07, ST-03)
Khalasi Helper – Stores – 76 (UR-39, OBC-21, SC-11, ST-05)
Hospital Attendant – Medical – 01 + 01 (Female) (UR)
Academic Qualification: – Should have passed 10th or SSLC or ITI in related discipline from any recognized Institution or Board.
Salary: – Rs. 5200-20200/- with Grade Pay Rs. 1800/- per month.
Age Limit: – Not more than 33 years as on 01st January 2013.
Age Relaxation: – There are 03 years age relaxation for OBC category candidates and 05 years age relaxation for SC/ST category candidates.
Application Fee: – Applicants must pay Rs. 40/- as application fee in the form of Indian Postal Order (IPO) Drawn in favor of ‘Assistant Personnel Officer, Railway Recruitment Cell, Lajpat Nagar – 1, New Delhi – 110024′.
How to Apply: – Willing and energetic candidates may send their duly filled applications in all respect on the address which is ‘To, The Assistant Personnel Officer (RRC), Railway Recruitment Cell, Lajpat Nagar – 1, New Delhi – 110024′ along with true copies of all concerned documents and original Indian Postal Order (IPO). Applicants must affix a latest passport size color photograph on provided space on the application form. Applicants must superscribe ‘Application for Recruitment to the Posts in Pay Band – 1 Rs. 5200-20200/- with Grade Pay Rs. 1800/-”, Employment Notice No. 220-E/Open Mkt./ RRC/2012′ on the top of the application containing sealed envelope.
Dead line for this application is 15th October 2012.

Official website of Railway Recruitment Cell (RRC) Northern Railway (NR) is
http://rrcnr.org
Source - news24online

Result of the Written Examination held on 06/05/2012, 13/05/2012,27/05/2012, 03/06/2012, 10/06/2012 & 24/06/2012 against notification No.05/2010 for erstwhile Group ‘D’ posts, Pay Band 5200-20200, Grade Pay Rs. 1800


Result of the Written Examination held on 06/05/2012, 13/05/2012,27/05/2012, 03/06/2012, 10/06/2012 & 24/06/2012 against notification No.05/2010 for erstwhile Group ‘D’ posts, Pay Band 5200-20200, Grade Pay Rs. 1800

Railway Recruitment Cell West Central Railway

RB-III, 422/1-2, Nehru Railway Colony, Howbagh, Jabalpur

Phone No. BSNL-0761-2480355 Rly.015-57247,

Website www.wcr.indianrailways.gov.in

Recruitment for Management Trainee in RCFL


Post Name: Management Trainee
Organization: State Govt.
Qualification: Download prospectus for more detail.
Last Date of submission of Application Form: September 25, 2012

Form Detail: 
Chemical – 44 vacancies
Chemical HRD – 01 vacancy
Instrumentation – 06 vacancies
Mechanical including Boiler Operations – 19 vacancies
Electrical – 08 vacancies
Fire – 05 vacancies
Industrial Engineering – 02 vacancies
Materials – 22 vacancies
Safety – 04 vacancies
Corporate Communication – 02 vacancies
Human Resources – 03 vacancies
Human Resources Development – 02 vacancies
Finance – 02 vacancies
Administration – 01 vacancy

The selection methodology will comprise of –
1. Online Test – (consisting of General Aptitude and Academic knowledge).
2. Personal Interview for assessment of different facets of Knowledge, Skills, Attitude and Aptitude.
3. Medical test
Candidates will have to pass through each stage successfully before being adjudged as suitable for selection. Candidates can exercise the option of appearing in the selection process in Hindi or English.
Last date of receipt of application : 25.09.2012
For complete advertisement visit : http://103.1.115.16/rcf2012new/home/Index.aspx
Source - News24online

Hindustan Copper Limited- HCL Requires Winding Engine Driver

IMP Note : Please consult your local vendor and Post office before Requesting online. All Application forms are available only on request and this service is applicable to only those who are residing in rural areas or where availability is a problem.

Post Name: Hindustan Copper Limited- HCL Requires Winding Engine Driver
Organization: State Govt.
Qualification: Ist Class Winding Engine Driver‘s Certificate.
Last Date of submission of Application Form: September 25, 2012

Form Detail:
Company Name:- Hindustan Copper Limited- HCL
Name of The Post:- Winding Engine Driver
Last Date For Application:- 26 September 2012
Qualification:- Ist Class Winding Engine Driver‘s Certificate.
Location:- Rajasthan

Job Description:- Hindustan copper limited- HCL is a vertically integrated multi-unit Mini Ratna – Category I Central Public Sector Enterprises engaged in Copper Mining, Smelting and Refining. The Company has its production units located in the States of Jharkhand, Madhya Pradesh, Rajasthan and Maharashtra and Corporate Office located at Kolkata. HCL has its sales offices at Mumbai, Delhi and Bengaluru. The Company is on the fast track growth and expansion. To partner the growth process, the Company requires competent and experienced persons with proven track record for the following vacancy on regular basis for their Mines located at Khetri, Rajasthan.

Qualification:- Ist Class Winding Engine Driver‘s Certificate.

Salary:- Rs.11080-3%-20350/-

Number of Posts:- 9

How to Apply:- Submission complete in all respect should be sent by vacancy (not E-mail) in an envelope super scribed with name of the vacancy applied for & ad No., as to reach the A.G.M.(HR), Khetri Copper Complex, P. O. Khetri Nagar, Distt. Jhunjhunu (Rajasthan), Pin No. 333504, latest by 26.09.2012. Any change or modification or corrigendum of any nature pertaining the said ad shall be notified through Company’s website.

For More Details:- http://www.hindustancopper.com/Admin/FlatFile/Rect_04092012.pdf

Food Corporation Of India Requires 6000 Assistant Grade 3 Job

IMP Note : Please consult your local vendor and Post office before Requesting online. All Application forms are available only on request and this service is applicable to only those who are residing in rural areas or where availability is a problem.

Post Name: FCI Assistant Grade 3 Job
Organization: State Govt.
Qualification: For Assistant Grade III (General, Accounts, Depot): Candidate should be Graduate Degree in any discipline from a recognized University with proficiency in use of computers.
Last Date of submission of Application Form: September 21, 2012

Form Detail:

FCI Assistant Vacancy Details:

North Zone – Category III:
1. Assistant Grade III (General) – 516 Post
2. Assistant Grade III (Accounts) – 238 Post
3. Assistant Grade III (Technical) – 1652 Post
4. Assistant Grade III (Depot) – 617 Post

East Zone – Category-III:
1. Assistant Grade III (General) – 85 Post
2. Assistant Grade III (Accounts) – 142 Post
3. Assistant Grade III (Technical) – 411 Post
4. Assistant Grade III (Depot) – 115 Post

South Zone – Category-III:
1. Assistant Grade III (General) – 156 Post
2. Assistant Grade III (Accounts) – 134 Post
3. Assistant Grade III (Technical) – 631 Post
4. Assistant Grade III (Depot) – 738 Post

West Zone Category-III:
1. Assistant Grade III (General) – 62 Post
2. Assistant Grade III (Accounts) – 47 Post
3. Assistant Grade III (Technical) – 474 Post
4. Assistant Grade III (Depot) – 286 Post

North East Zone Category-III:
1. Assistant Grade III (General) – 39 Post
2. Assistant Grade III (Accounts) – 89 Post
3. Assistant Grade III (Technical) – 113 Post

The online submission of the application may be made at website http://ssconline.nic.in or http://ssconline2.gov.in

Recruitment of Junior Translators (CSOLs) In Staff Selection Commission (SSC)

IMP Note : Please consult your local vendor and Post office before Requesting online. All Application forms are available only on request and this service is applicable to only those who are residing in rural areas or where availability is a problem.

Post Name: Junior Translators (CSOLs)
Organization: State Govt.
Last Date of submission of Application Form: October 05, 2012

Form Detail: 

Recruitment of Junior Translators (CSOLs) In Staff Selection Commission (SSC)

Staff Selection Commission (SSC)
(A Government of India)

SSC – Recruitment of Junior Translators (CSOLs) Examination, 2012

Closing Date : 05 October 2012
Exam Date : 18 November 2012

SSC will hold on Sunday, the 18 November 2012 an open competitive examination for recruitment to the following vacancies in various Offices or 

Departments under Department of of Official Language all over country.

1. Junior Translators (CSOLs) (Group ‘B’ Non-Gazetted)

Total Vacancies : No. of vacancies will determined in due course.
Salary : Junior Translators salary started Rs. 9300 to 34800 with Grade Pay Rs. 4200/- per month.
Age Limit : Not more than 30 years as on 01.08.2012 & Relaxation as per Govt. rules.
Application Fee : Rs. 100/- in the form of Central Recruitment Fee Stamps available at Post Office. No fee for SC/ST/PH/Ex-Servicemen and Women 

applicants.

Closing Date : The last date for receipt of application in the commission will be 05 October 2012. For those applicants who are living in remote areas, the 

last date will be 12 October 2012.

Cantre of Examination & Address to which Applications should be sent : The applications should be addressed to the Regional Office of the Staff Selection 

Commission for a particular test center/state where applicant wants to apply as stated in the detailed advertisement.

Regional Director (NR), SSC, 5th Floor, Block No.12, CGO Complex, Lodhi Raod, New Delhi-110504
Regional Director (SR), SSC, E.V.K. Sampath Building, College Raod, Chennai-600006
Regional Director (ER), SSC, 1st MSO Building, 8th Floor, Nizam Palace, 234/4, AJC Bose Road, Kolkata-700020
Regional Director (WR), SSC, Army & Navy Building, 1st Floor, South Wing, Pratishtha Bhawan, Old CGO Complex, 101, M.K. Road, Mumbai-400020
Regional Director (CR), SSC, 8-AB, Beli Raod, Allahabad-211002
Regional Director (NER), SSC, Rukmini Nagar, P.O. Assam, Sachivalaya, Guwahati-781006
Regional Director (KKR), SSC, 1st Floor, 2nd Block, ‘E’ Wing, Kendriya Sadan, Koramangala, Bangalore-560034
Dy. Director (MPR), SSC, ‘Nishant Villa’, F.Jalvihar Colony, Raipur-492001
Dy. Director (NWR), SSC, Block No.3, Ground Floor, Kendriya Sadan, Sector-9, Chandigarh-160017

Tuesday, 11 September 2012

Geologists Geophysicists Mechanical Engineers Jobs In Mineral Exploration Corporation Limited Nagpur



Vacancies at Mineral Exploration Corporation Limited Nagpur with pay Rs. 16,400 for M.Sc./M.Tech/B.Tech/B.E./B.Sc. candidates. Apply Before 30th Sep 2012.


Job Details: Mineral Exploration Corporation Limited invites applications for the following posts:
Job Number: 01
Job Designation: Geologists
Number of Positions: 15 (Fifteen)
Pay Scale: Rs. 16,400/- Per Month
Qualification: M.Sc./M.Tech/M.Sc. Tech (Geology/Applied Geology)/M.Tech with 1st Division.
Age Limit: 28 years

Job Number: 02
Job Designation: Geophysicists
Number of Positions: 05 (Five)
Pay Scale: Rs. 16,400/- Per Month
Qualification: M.Sc./M.Tech/M.Sc. Tech (Geophysics/Applied Geophysics)/M.Tech with 1st Division.
Age Limit: 28 years

Job Number: 03
Job Designation: Mechanical Engineers
Number of Positions: 20 (Twenty)
Pay Scale: Rs. 16,400/- Per Month
Qualification: B.Tech/B.E./B.Sc. Engineering in Mechanical Engineering with 1st Division.
Age Limit: 28 years

Location of Posting: Nagpur

Last Date To Apply: 30th September 2012

How To Apply : Candidates should apply online. Application Form giving accurate information including the GATE-2013 Registration Number. Applications along with I.P.O. for Rs. 100/- for each post in favour of ” Mineral Exploration Corporation Ltd, Nagpur” (Not required in case of SC/ST candidates), a latest passport size photograph, containing details such as (i) GATE Registration Number, (ii) Name of the post applied for (ii) Name of the candidate (iv) Father’s Name (v) date & place of birth (v)) age as on 31.01.2013 (vii) Address- Present & permanent, E-mail ID and Mobile/ Land Line phone no. (viii) Category (Gen./SC/ST/OBC) (ix) qualifications details such studied, present scale of pay and gross emoluments (if applicable) etc. with supporting attested copies of all certificates should reach to the General Manager (P&A).

Contact Address: Mineral Exploration Corporation Ltd, Nagpur

For More Information:

Source - Employment News

Assistant Director Jobs In Administrative Reforms Department New Delhi



Vacancies at Administrative Reforms Department with pay Rs.9,300-34,800 for Graduate Candidates.Apply Before 1st November 2012.

Organization Name: Administrative Reforms Department

Job Details:Administrative Reforms Department invites applications for post of Assistant Director.

Job Designation: Assistant Director

Number of Positions: 06 (Six)

Scale of Pay: Pay Band-2 of Rs.9,300-34,800/- + AGP of Rs.4,600/-.

Qualification:
Degree of a recognized University or equivalent.
Having sucessfully completed the advanced management service course of the Institute of Secretariat Training & Management/Defence Institute of Work Study or equivalent training in any other recognized Institute.

Age Limit: The maximum age limit for appointment by deputation shall not be exceeding 56 years of age as on the closing date of receipt of the applications.

Place : New Delhi

How To Apply :It is requested that the applications from willing and eligible officials having requisite qualifications and experience may be sent to this office within 60 days of issue of the circular.

Last Date To Apply: 1st December,2012

Contact Number: Administrative Reforms Department, 7th Level,C-Wing,Delhi Secretariat,I.P.Estate,New Delhi

Advertisement Details: Employment News (1-7September) Page 12
Source - Employment News

IIT Patna Junior Research Fellow Jobs In Sep 2012



Vacancy at IIT Patna with pay Rs.12000-16000 for M.Sc candidates. Apply Before 23rd September 2012.

Organization Name : IIT Patna

Job Details:IIT Patna invites applications for the following posts:

Job Designation: Junior Research Fellow

Number of Positions: 01 (One)

Pay Scale: Rs.12000-16000/-

Qualification: M.Sc.

Desirable: Candidates must have M.Sc degree in Chemistry and at least 60% marks in M.Sc.

Location of Posting: Patna

How To Apply: Interested eligible person may apply on plain paper, giving full bio-data (with % Marks from 10th to master level) along with attested copies of testimonials to the Registrar, IIT Patna or email ypur CV in the email id : debrata@iitp.ac.in on or before 23.09.2012.

Last Date To Apply: 23rd September 2012

For More Information :-

http://www.iitp.ac.in/images/pdf/adv_sriru_chem.pdf

National AIDS Research Institute Research Scientist at Pune Jobs In Sep 2012



Vacancies at National AIDS Research Institute with pay Rs.46813/-PM.Apply Before 29th September 2012.

Organization Name: National AIDS Research Institute

Jobs Details :-Application are invited for the Posts of Research Scientist-I Clinician in National AIDS Research Institute.
Job Position : Research Scientist-I Clinician
Pay Scale: Rs.46813/-PM
Job Location : Pune
Post Name : Post Doctorate Fellowship
Qualifications : M.B.B.S. recognized by MCI [Registration with Medical Council.]
Desirable : P.G. Diploma with two years clinical experience or P.G. Degree with one year Clinical experience in the following disciplines: TB & Chest Diseases/ Medicine/Obstetrics & Gynecology/ Community Health. Certificate Course in Clinical Research or at least one year experience in Clinical Research. Knowledge of Computer Applications.
No. Of Post : 01 Posts.
Age Limit : 35 Years.
Pay Scale : Rs.46813/- Per Month.

Last Date : 21-09-2012

How to Apply : The application must reach this office on or before 21/09/2012 along with a Crossed Demand Draft for Rs. 100/- drawn in favor of Director, National AIDS Research Institute, 73, ‘G’ Block MIDC, Bhosari, P.B. 1895, Pune – 411026. Director, NARI reserves the right to shortlist the candidates to be interviewed. Any canvassing by or on behalf of the candidates or bringing political or other influence with regard to selection shall be considered as a disqualification. Call letters will be sent to eligible candidates by email only. Candidate will not be entertained after the reporting time.

For More Information:-
http://www.nari-icmr.res.in/advertise/Sept%207.pdf
Source - Employment News

Monday, 10 September 2012

US employment data disappoints

The best image of the Paralympics so far for me was the moment when Dan Greaves left the throwing circle for the discus competition in which he was competing so that he could run across the Olympic stadium and give 100m winner Jonny Peacock a huge hug. It was a scene of pure unrehearsed and unabashed joy. If we could breathe that kind of camaraderie into the England football, cricket and rugby teams we would be world beating. (Dan went on to win a silver by the way).

Away from the Paralympics, we found out that the rumours were all true; the European Central Bank really does think it can commit unlimited funds to bond purchase programs to ensure the survival of the Euro. They can’t of course; no one has unlimited funds, but the markets are still enjoying the afterglow of a central banker laying down the gauntlet to those who would challenge them. The reason I say they can’t do what Mario Draghi said they can is that there will come a point at which the ECB runs out of funds and when they are looking so overstretched that lenders will start charging them a risk premium but are the markets prepared to take the gamble that the ECB will fail? Not yet.

It was interesting that the ECB chose to ignore its primary weapon, interest rates. They left their base rate on hold at 0.75% even though, if you want to reduce borrowing costs that is the perfect tool for the job. Of course the survival of the Euro doesn’t necessarily mean the survival of all the countries in the Eurozone or the continuation of a full membership of the euro club but these are early days and the stress and strife of discovering just how effective the ECB can be lays ahead. In the short term, share prices rose significantly but the Euro did little more than stabilise in recent ranges. That is not so surprising because most of the main thrust of Mr Draghi’s speech was leaked the day before so we were well prepared.

Within this melee it would have been easy to miss the Bank of England’s interest rate decision but they chose to sit on their hands and leave both their interest rate and QE budgets on hold. Sterling barely moved on the news but slipped a little through later trade against the Australasian Dollars which benefitted from the improved investor sentiment after the ECB announcements. This morning brings a swathe of manufacturing and industrial input and output data from the UK and we are in for some Sterling strength if the data is any better than forecasts.

After the drama of the European news, we had further drama overnight with the confirmation that Australia’s trade balance was in deficit for the 7th month in a row and the July gap was wider than expected at A$556 million. Annually that brings the deficit to A$3.96 billion, which is stark when compared to the 2011 surplus of A$18 billion. That immense swing can be attributed to falling commodity prices, flagging overseas demand and the strength of the Australian Dollar pulling in imports but it isn’t good news whichever influence you cite. The Australian Dollar, which had strengthened on the encouraging news from Europe, stopped in its tracks and flattened out.

Today’s big highlight was the release of US employment data for August. Yesterday’s weekly jobless claims figures were very encouraging so we were expecting the non-farm payroll data to be as positive but we were disappointed. Just 96,000 jobs were added to the payrolls last month and that was barely two thirds of the market expectation. We saw weakness in the US Dollar as the markets started to expect further quantitative easing from the US Federal Reserve. Investors may be wary in the short term because overnight on Sunday into Monday, we will get the next round of Chinese inflation data and that has repercussions for investor sentiment and the Australasian suppliers of Chinese raw materials.

Away from all of this, we have a weekend which promises to be rather sunny in the UK. I hope it is fine where you are and that you get a chance to sip something ice cold in the sunshine. 

Currency - Euro/US Dollar


It is probably too early to call it but we might be seeing a change of direction in the Euro-US Dollar chart. For the first time since May 2011, the Euro looks like it may push the USD above the downward trend that has been in place for all of that time. The Euro has reached a Fibonacci retracement level at $1.2729 and stopped. It did the same back in June but failed to break higher and that episode was followed by a drop to $1.21. Dollar sellers will be praying history repeats itself and Dollar buyers will be hoping this is the long awaited rebound. If we see $1.28 in this pair, I will be more confident that the rebound is happening but all the time we are below that level, the downtrend beckons. 

Currency - GBP/Australian Dollar


This has been a very negative week for the Australian economy. Data from China shows things are slowing down in Australia’s main export market, Australia’s trade balance showed a deficit for the 7th Straight month and Australian retail sales slipped. No wonder the Australian Dollar is weaker today than it was a week ago. It would have been much weaker but for the odd enthusiasm that accompanied Mario Draghi’s commitment to throw the kitchen sink at the Euro. That appears to have settled the minds of many investors and the flow of funds into the high yielding Australian Dollar has been a feature of Friday. If Sunday night’s Chinese inflation data is as negative as we think it might be, we could see further weakness in the AUD and it might just break out of the range it has occupied for the last 5 weeks. If the Chinese data is better than forecast, we will see the Australian Dollar push Sterling down to perhaps A$ 1.53 and even A$ 1.51 if it hits that support apace. 

Currency - GBP/Canadian Dollar


The Bank of Canada left its base rate on hold at their last meeting and confirmed that they still have a bias towards interest rate hikes rather than cuts. That has helped the Canadian Dollar to consolidate its position against the US Dollar and the Pound. However, mixed data from America is causing some consternation and Canada’s potential is intrinsically tied to the potential of the US economy to import from Canada. So having pushed below the two year long trend, the Canadian Dollar retreated back to within the trend channel and we are in a pattern between C$1.56 and C$1.58 as I write. As you can see from the chart above, there is no doubting the strength of that channel and we may be in a similar pattern for some time to come. 

Currency - GBP/Euro


Traders and investors have taken European Central Bank President, Mario Draghi at his word and bought into the Euro. His commitment to push ‘unlimited’ amounts of money into the European government bond markets is a bold gesture, an interesting one if any group of investors decide to challenge it through the bond markets and a bit of a lie because no financial entity has unlimited anything. The ECB will be hoping the threat of unlimited funds means they don’t have to spend a cent but the move is controversial and very unpopular in Germany, the main funder of any such commitment. We may see the Sterling - Euro exchange rate drop to €1.25 and perhaps €1.2250 in the days ahead but I still think that will be a short term adjustment prior to longer term weakness. If I am right, it may present a terrific selling opportunity for those with Euros to shift. 

Currency - GBP/New Zealand Dollar


The turmoil in Europe and the slowdown in the New Zealand economy have been allowing the Pound to make gains against the New Zealand Dollar but that all seems to have stopped in the aftermath of the European Central Bank’s promises. The Pound has dropped 3 Kiwi cents in two days and is sitting on the bottom of the trend channel that has been in place since the second week of August. It’s not a long term trend but it has been tested on a number of occasions and has provided support for Sterling. Sunday night’s Chinese inflation data could be the make or break moment for this pair. We may see a spike back to NZ$ 2.01 but I wouldn’t be at all surprised if we tested the NZ$ 1.95 level in the next few days even if the longer term direction of the Sterling - Kiwi Dollar exchange rate was upward. 

Currency - GBP/US Dollar


An apparent plan to fix the Eurozone and a slight softening of US employment data happened on two consecutive days and the net result is that the US Dollar weakened as investors sallied forth to seek higher yields than they were getting in the US Treasury market. The obviousness of the medium and short term upward trends in this chart almost paints a target on the $1.6050 retracement level because it coincides with the top of the trend which has been in place since May 2012. The threat of further quantitative easing by the Federal Reserve is enough to keep the US Dollar on the back foot and Sterling has found some support in spite of having UK growth forecasts downgraded. I would only start to think of a downward trajectory in this exchange rate if $1.58 is breached and we trade lower or if the European central Bank’s plans are proven to be little more than bluff.
SOURCE - FXSTREET.COM