Haryana Postal Circle Recruitment 2020: Haryana Postal Circle has released notification for recruitment of Postal Assistant/ Sorting Assistant, Postman/ Mail Guard and Multi Tasking Staff posts for sport quota on 03rd July 2020. The last date of Application for Haryana Postal Circle is 02nd September 2020. There are total 58 vacancies in Haryana Postal Circle. Check requirements of application form & steps to complete the form. Read further to know the details and link.

Haryana Postal Circle Recruitment

Candidates can also check the Important Points, Prerequisites, Application and Steps to Apply for Haryana Postal Circle PA/SA Recruitment. Candidates can apply till 02nd September 2020, while the last date for the remote areas is 08th September 2020. The last date to pay fee is 26th August 2020. The application form has to be submitted through offline mode only. Interested and eligible candidates can check their eligibility for the Haryana Postal Circle Recruitment Application form and apply using the given details. Read further to know more.

 

Haryana Postal Circle Recruitment: Overview

Exam Name Haryana Postal Circle Recruitment 2020
Conducting Body India Post
Notification Date 03rd July 2020
Last Date 02nd September 2020
Posts PA/ SA, MTS, Postman/ Mail Guard
No of Vacancies 58
Eligibility Criteria 10th Pass

Haryana Postal Circle: Vacancy Details

The post-wise vacancy distribution of Haryana Postal circle is given in the table.

Post Vacancies
Postal Assistant/ Sorting Assistant 25
Postman/ Mailguard 14
Multi Tasking Staff 19
Total 58

Haryana Postal Circle Eligibility Criteria

The following is the eligibility criteria for various posts in Haryana Postal Circle:

Education Qualification: 

  • Postal Assistant/Sorting Assistant: 10 + 2 Standard or 12th class pass from a recognized Board.
  • Postman/ Mailguard: 12th class pass from a recognized Board and having knowledge of Local Language (Hindi). The candidate should have studied local language at least up to 10th standard.
  • Multi-Tasking Staff: 10th class pass from a recognized Board and having knowledge of Local Language (Hindi). The candidate should have studied local language at least up to 10th standard.

Age Limit: (As on 01st January 2020)

  • PA/ SA, Postguard/ Mail Guard-18-27 Years
  • Multitasking- 18-25 Years
  • Age Relaxation(upper Age Limit)- As per govt. rules.

Prerequisites for Haryana Postal Circle Application form:

  1. 10th class mark sheet
  2. 12th class mark sheet
  3. A scanned copy of coloured passport size photo in JPG format
  4. A scanned copy of signature in JPG format
  5. Photo ID proof

Steps to Apply for Haryana Postal Circle Recruitment

Follow the given steps to complete the application for Haryana Postal Circle Recruitment

  1. Click on the given link for Haryana Postal Circle Application Form.
  2. Take the print out of the Application format in PDF
  3. Choose the required post for which you want to apply
  4. Fill all the important details sought in the application
  5. Send the filled application with the required documents to “Assistant Director (Staffl, O/o the, Chief Postmaster-General, 107 Mall Road-, Haryana Circle, Ambala Cantt-133001″.

Please ensure Payment has been made. The completion of the Haryana Postal Circle form requires the payment.

Haryana Postal Circle Application Form 2020

Link for Haryana Postal Circle Application Form is provided below:

Haryana Postal Circle Application Form 2020 stands invalid if:

  • Providing wrong information in the application form
  • Providing misleading information
  • More than one application form is submitted by one candidate. Only one of the application will be considered for final submission.
  • Non-submission of application fee
  • Submission of Haryana Postal Circle Application by post is not acceptable.

Important Information for Haryana Postal Circle 2020:

  1. The only mode of application is offline. The printed/ hard copies of the application form will not be entertained
  2. Candidates must check the Eligibility criteria thoroughly before applying for Haryana Postal Circle Recruitment.
  3. One must take care of the application’s start and end date.
  4. Candidates will have to stay updated for downloading call letters for test.

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Haryana Postal Circle Recruitment: FAQ’s

Q 1. What are the dates to apply for Haryana Postal Circle Recruitment?

Ans. The candidates can apply for Haryana Postal Circle Recruitment from 03rd August to 02nd September 2020.

Q 2. What are the posts for which Haryana Postal Circle Recruitment is notified?

Ans. Haryana Postal Circle Recruitment notification was released for PA/ SA, MTS and Postman.

Q 3. What is the application fee of Haryana Postal Circle Recruitment?

Ans. The application fee for Haryana Postal Circle recruitment is Rs. 100/-.

Q 4. How can I apply for Haryana Postal Circle Recruitment?

Ans. One can apply by using the application link in the article or from official website.

Q 5. How many vacancies are there is Haryana Postal Circle Recruitment?

Ans. There are 58 vacancies in Haryana Postal Circle Recruitment.

BEL Recruitment 2020: Bharat Electronics Limited (BEL), a leading Navaratna public sector enterprise under the Ministry of Defence, has invited applications for 100 diploma apprentices under the Apprenticeship Act 1961 for a period of one-year apprenticeship training in various diploma trades.

Eligible and interested candidates can apply for BEL Apprentice Recruitment 2020 on or before 10 August 2020.

BEL Recruitment 2020

BEL Diploma Apprentice Jobs 2020 Notification
Organization Name Bharat Electronics Limited (BEL)
Post Name Diploma Apprentice
Total Vacancies 100
Starting date 29th July 2020
Closing Date 10th August 2020
Application Mode Online
Category Central Government Jobs
Advt. No. No: 12930/64/HRD/GAD/06
Job Location Across India
Official Site bel-india.in

BEL Diploma Apprentice Vacancy

Name of Discipline Number of Vacancies
Mechanical 29
Computer Science 15
Modern Office Management 10
Electronics 32
Electrical 08
Civil 06
Total Vacancies 100

BEL Recruitment 2020: Eligibility Criteria

Educational Qualification

Candidate should possess Engineering Diploma course in above mention engineering branch from recognized by AICTE or GOI. The candidate passed their three/two-year diploma course on or after 30 October 2017.

Age Limit

The maximum age limit of the candidate should be 23 years or less on 30 October 2020. As per the Government rules, the upper age limit is relax-able by 5 years for SC / ST and Physically Handicapped candidates and 3 years for OBC candidates.

Steps To Apply For BEL Diploma Apprentice Recruitment 2020

There is no application fee required to pay for Cochin Shipyard Recruitment for all categories of candidates.

    1. The application consists of two phases – One time Registration and log in.
    2. Fill up the required details.
    3. Upload document as per the specification.
    4. After applying online, applicants should retain a soft copy/ printout of the online application containing the unique registration number generated by the system for their reference.

Apply Online Link For BEL Recruitment 2020

Click on the link that is given below to apply online for the 100 Vacancies in BEL for the post of appentice on or before 10th August 2020.

Selection Process For BEL Apprentice Post

The selection criterion is based on the final percentage of marks obtained by candidates in Diploma. The selection criterion is based on pass marks obtained in Diploma for BEL employee wards.

BEL Apprentice Recruitment 2020: Monthly Stipend

The candidates who will be selected as an Apprentice in Bharat Electronics Limited will be paid a monthly stipend of Rs 10,400/-.

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TN MRB Recruitment 2020: Medical Service Recruitment Board, Tamil Nadu has released notification for the post of Physician Assistant and Skilled Assistant. The TN MRB Recruitment 2020 for assistant is being done under Advertisement No. 03/MRB/2020 and 04/MRB/2020 . Check Eligibility Criteria, Interview Date, Vacancy details, Online application link.

TN MRB Recruitment 2020

Online applications are invited from eligible candidates for the post of . Check all the important details in the table below.

TN MRB Recruitment 2020
Organization Name Tamil Nadu Medical Service Recruitment Board
Post Physician Assistant and Skilled Assistant
Vacancy 101
Starting date 15th July 2020
Closing Date 16th August 2020
Application Mode Online
Category State Govt. Job
Official Webiste mrb.tn.gov.in/index.php

TN MRB Recruitment 2020: Important Dates

Event Dates
Notification Date 25th July 2020
Online Application Start Date 25th July 2020
Last Date to Apply Online 16th August 2020

TN MRB Recruitment: Vacancy and Education Qualification

TN MRB has released 101 vacancy for Assistant posts. Check out the vacancy distribution as given below.

TN MRB Recruitment 2020
Post  Vacancy Eligibility
Physician Assistant 14 Degree in B.Sc.,(Allied Health Science) or Degree in B.S., (Physician Assistant) awarded by any University recognized by the University Grants Commission.
Skilled Assistant 87 SSLC or it’s equivalent; National Trade Certificate (NTC) in Mechanic (Motor Vehicle); National Apprenticeship Certificate (NAC) in Mechanic (Motor Vehicle) Trade.
Total 101

TN MRB Recruitment: Eligibility Criteria

  1. Educational Qualification: Candidates can check the education qualification in the table above.
  2. Age Limit: The maximum age as on 01st July 2020.
    UR/ EWS/ OBC: 58 yrs.

Steps to Apply Online for TN MRB Recruitment

  1. Click on the TN MRB Recruitment 2020 Link.
  2. As the new page opens, Select the post you want to apply for.
  3. Click on the Click here for New Registration button.
  4. Enter your details and press register, for your successful registration.
  5. After Registration, go to the Login Link.
  6. Fill the other credentials, upload required documents.
  7. Verify all the entered details of the form
  8. Finally, make the required application fee payment.
  9. Click Submit button

TN MRB Recruitment 2020: Link

Click on the link given below to apply online for TN MRB Recruitment. The application portal has started on has started on 27th July 2020.

TN MRB Online Application Stand Invalid:

  • Providing wrong information in the application form
  • Providing misleading information
  • More than one application form is submitted by one candidate. Only one of the application will be considered for final submission.
  • Submission of MRB Tamil Nadu Recruitment Application by post is not acceptable

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Karnataka PUC 2nd Year Result 2020:  The results of Karnataka Pre-University Education (PUE) or PU-II class 12 exams declared on Tuesday, July 14.   Students who appeared for the 2nd PUC exams can check the Karnataka PUC result 2020 online.

The candidates who had appeared for the Karanataka PUC Exam can check their result by visiting the site karresults.nic.in 2020 or refer to pue.kar.nic.in.

This year, 69.20% students have passed the 2nd PUC or Class 12 exam this year. Girls have outperformed boys, with 68.73 percent of the female students passing the exam as compared to the boys, who registered a pass percentage of 54.73.

2nd PUC Result 2020

Board Name Karnataka Secondary Education Examination Board (KSEEB
Result For Class 12th
Name of Stream Arts, Commerce and Science
Academic Year 2019-20
Exam Date for 12th Class  March 4 to 21, 2020
PUC 12th Result Date
 July 14, 2020
Official Web Site

Karnataka 2nd PUC Result 2020: District-wise Pass Percentage

A total of 5,56,267 students had appeared for the 2nd PUC exam this year of which 3,84,947 students have passed. The overall pass percentage is 69.20% pass.

  • Udupi – 90.01%
  • South Kannada – 90.71%
  • Kodagu – 81.56%
  • North Kannada – 80.97%
  • Chikmagalur – 79.11%
  • Bangalore – 77.56%

Like other boards, the PUC II exam was also affected due to the COVID-19 pandemic. The only remaining paper (English) which was originally scheduled to be held on Mach 23, was conducted on June 18.

Karnataka 2nd PUC Result: Strem Wise Pass Percentage

  •  In Science stream, a total of 76.2% of the students have passed
  • In Commerce  the pass percent is 65.52%
  • In Arts Stream, the pass percentage is 41.27%.

Karnataka 2nd PUC Result 2020: Pass Percentage

  1. This year, the pass percentage is 69.2%.
  2. A total of 20958 students have scored 100% marks in all subjects.
  3. Of the total 5,56,267 students who took the Karnataka 2nd PUC exam this year, 68,866 have secured distinction. This means these students have scored above 85% in the PUC exam.
Karnataka PUC Result Details
Total Students Appeared 5,56,267
Total Students Passed 3,84,947
Overall pass percentage  69.2%
Boys pass percentage 54.73%
Girls pass percentage 68.73%

Steps To Check Karnataka PUC Result 2020

Here is the screenshot of the Result Page that will be displayed:

Follow the steps to check the PUC Result For Karanataka

  1. Click below to check the result for Karnataka PUC 2020.
  2. Enter your Registration No. and Click on Submit.
  3. Your result for the Karnataka 2nd Year PUC Result will be displayed on the screen.

Link To Check Karnataka 2nd PUC Result 2020

Click below to check the Karnataka 2nd PUC Result 2020.

Details mentioned in Karnataka 2nd PUC result 2020

The following details will be communicated through online puc.kar.nic.in 2020 result

  • Student name
  • Registration number
  • College code
  • College name
  • Subjects
  • Subject-wise marks
  • Total marks

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MMRDA Recruitment 2020: Mumbai Metropolitan Region Development Authority (MMRDA) has published a recruitment notification for the post of Skilled Worker (Mason, Carpenter, Fitter, Welder, Electrician and Welder) & Un – Skilled Worker on its official website i.e. mmrda.maharashtra.gov.in.

Huge number of vacancies are notified by Maharashtra Government. A total of 16726  vacancies are available for the post out of which 274 are for the post of Mason, 2678 for the post of Carpenters, 366 for Fitter (Steel Fixing), 3359 for Fitter (Bar Beding and Fixing), 423 for the post of Welder,2167 for the post of Electrician Wirmen and 7459 vacancies for Unskilled Worker Posts.

MMRDA Recruitment 2020:

Check the important details of MMRDA Recruitment 2020.

MMRDA Recruitment 2020
Organization Name Mumbai Metropolitan Region Development Authority (MMRDA)
Post Skilled and Un Skilled Worker
Vacancy 16726
Notification Date 15th June 2020
Category Maharashtra Govt. Job
Official Site mmrda.maharashtra.gov.in

MMRDA Recruitment 2020: Vacancy

The total no. of vacancy that has been notified are 16726. Given below is the post wise vacancy distribution.

Posts Vacancies
Skilled Worker
Mason 274
Carpenter 2678
Electrician 2167
Fitter (Steel Fixing) 366
Fitter (Bar Beding and Fixing) 3359
Welder 423
Unskilled worker
Unskilled worker 7459
Total 16726

How to apply For MMRDA Skilled and Un SKilled Recruitment ?

  • Interested workers, who are willing to work can contact the numbers given in the notification for contract process.
  • The contact number of concerned contractors is provided below.
  • Those workers who do not have experience regarding the trade will undergo training of one month.
  • Upon successful training, they will be hired for the actual work.

UPSC has announced final dates for  civil services prelims exam , the new date for CSE 2020 is 4th October

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Civil Service IAS Exam Attempts : 

General candidates    – 6 attempts

The OBC candidates – 9 attempts

There is no such restriction for the SC and ST candidates

Age Limits :

The candidate should be a minimum of 21 years age (Pre final year Students can attempt it) and a maximum of 32 years of age

There is age relaxation for the students belongs to SC and ST of 5 years and  other backward classes (OBC) candidates will  get 3 years of relaxation

Civil Services IAS Vacancies 2020  : 796 

Recruiting Body : UPSC

Examination Mode : Offline exam conducted every year

Tentative dates of Civil Service Exam 2020, here is brief and basic information regarding the examination:

Important dates Events
12th February of the year 2020 The notification of the UPSC examination will be officially announced
12th February of the year 2020 On that very same date, the examination forms will be available too
3rd march of the year 2020 The last date of submission of forms
June of 2020 (tentative) The admit cards for the preliminary examination will be available online
Will  be declared shortly on 5th June The UPSC IAS examination date for prelims
The month of September of 2020 Admit cards for the main examination will be available
18th September to 22nd September These five days of September would be engaged for the main examination

 

The candidates are allowed for appearing for the UPSC examination within a restricted period.Attempts –

  • General candidates are allowed to attempt for six times
  • The OBC candidates are allowed for nine attempts
  • There is no such restriction for the SC and ST candidates

Eligibility Criteria to be fulfilled before appearing the examination – 

  • The candidate should own an Indian citizenship
  • The candidate should be a minimum of 21 years age and a maximum of 32 years of age
  • In case the candidate has migrated from Pakistan, Sri Lanka, Uganda, Kenya etc, he or she has to be from an Indian origin
  • There is age relaxation for the backward candidates. The SCand ST candidates get 5 years of age relaxation whereas the OBCs get 3 years
  • Ex-serviceman of commissioned personnel or defense service officers owe five and three years of age relaxation respectively
  • The candidates must hold a graduate degree from any recognized university of India

Educational Qualification – Candidate must be a graduate with any stream . Pre-final students can also attempt it.

Examination charges:

  • General and OBC candidate – 200 rupees
  • The SC and ST candidates are not charged for appearing the examination

Phases of Examination:

  • Prelims
  • Mains
  • Interview

UPSC Civil Services IAS 2020 Examination Centres :

Agartala, Agra, Ajmer, Ahmedabad , Aizawl , Aligarh,Allahabad ,Anantpur (Andhra Pradesh),Aurangabad,Bangalore,Bareilly,Bhopal,Bilaspur,Chandigarh,Chennai,Coimbatore,Cuttack,Dehradun,Delhi,Dharwad,Dispur,Faridabad,Gangtok,Gaya,Ghaziabad,Gorakhpur,Gurgaon,Gwalior,Hyderabad,Imphal,Indore,Itanagar,Jabalpur,Jaipur,Jammu,Jodhpur,Jorhat,Kochi,Kohima,Kolkata,Kozhikode(Calicut),Lucknow,Ludhiana,Madurai,Mumbai,Mysore,Nagpur,Navi Mumbai

UPSC Civil Services IAS 2020 Mains Examination Centres :

Ahmedabad,Dehradun,Mumbai,Aizawl,Delhi,Patna,Allahabad,Dispur,(Guwahati),Raipur,Bangaluru,Hyderabad,Ranchi,Bhopal,Jaipur,Shillong,Chandigarh,Jammu,Shimla,Chennai,Kolkata,Thiruvananthapuram,Cuttack,Lucknow,Vijayawada

Syllabus of Civil Services Examination :

Prelims – 200 marks for each paper

 

Preliminary examination of civil services are conducted in two phases and is generally objective phases

Paper 1 – General Studies 1 (100 Questions/200 marks /2 hours – Negative marking on wrong answers)

Paper 2 – CSAT (80 Questions / 200 Marks /2 hours- Negative marking on wrong answer)

General studies paper –

    1. Current events of national and international importance
    2. Syllabus of History of India and the heroes of ancient India, Indian national movement
    3. Indian and World Geography- it includes every aspect of geography including physical, social, economic geography across the world
    4. Indian Politics and governance and its history – right from the Indian constitution to our political system that covers the areas of Panchayati raj, public policy, Rights issues, etc.
    5. Economic and social development of India as well as the world economy– the economic history of India as well as world history of economic and its interrelations. The important topics that should be highlighted include sustainable development, poverty, inclusion, demographics, social sector initiatives etc.
    6. General issues regarding the current situation of environmental ecology, our bio-diversity and climate change. It does not require subject specialised studies. An overview of the subject and clear concepts can do well.
    7. General Science

Aptitude Syllabus –

  1. Comprehension skills
  2. Interpersonal skills including communication skills and management
  3. Logical reasoning and analytical ability
  4. Decision making and problem-solving (it has no negative marking)
  5. General mental ability to solve problems
  6. Basic numerical problems that include numbers and their relations, orders of magnitude etc up to Class X level and Data Interpretation including charts, graphs, tables, data sufficiency etc up to class X level
  7. English Language Comprehension skills and writing ability (Class X level).

Mains examination syllabus:

This examination consists of seven papers and the evaluation is based on the writing of conventional and essay type questions. Each of the paper carries 250 marks. Some of them are compulsory and some of them are optional

 

Paper Subject Duration Total marks
Paper A Compulsory Indian language 3 hours 300
Paper B English 3 hours 300
Paper I Essay 3 hours 250
Paper II General Studies I 3 hours 250
Paper III General Studies II 3 hours 250
Paper IV General Studies III 3 hours 250
Paper V General Studies IV 3 hours 250
Paper VI Optional I 3 hours 250
Paper VII Optional II 3 hours 250

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Civil Service IAS Exam Attempts : 

General candidates    – 6 attempts

The OBC candidates – 9 attempts

There is no such restriction for the SC and ST candidates

Age Limits :

The candidate should be a minimum of 21 years age (Pre final year Students can attempt it) and a maximum of 32 years of age

There is age relaxation for the students belongs to SC and ST of 5 years and  other backward classes (OBC) candidates will  get 3 years of relaxation

Civil Services IAS Vacancies 2020  : 796 

Recruiting Body : UPSC

Examination Mode : Offline exam conducted every year

Tentative dates of Civil Service Exam 2020, here is brief and basic information regarding the examination:

Important dates Events
12th February of the year 2020 The notification of the UPSC examination will be officially announced
12th February of the year 2020 On that very same date, the examination forms will be available too
3rd march of the year 2020 The last date of submission of forms
June of 2020 (tentative) The admit cards for the preliminary examination will be available online
Will  be declared shortly on 5th June The UPSC IAS examination date for prelims
The month of September of 2020 Admit cards for the main examination will be available
18th September to 22nd September These five days of September would be engaged for the main examination

 

The candidates are allowed for appearing for the UPSC examination within a restricted period.Attempts –

  • General candidates are allowed to attempt for six times
  • The OBC candidates are allowed for nine attempts
  • There is no such restriction for the SC and ST candidates

Eligibility Criteria to be fulfilled before appearing the examination – 

  • The candidate should own an Indian citizenship
  • The candidate should be a minimum of 21 years age and a maximum of 32 years of age
  • In case the candidate has migrated from Pakistan, Sri Lanka, Uganda, Kenya etc, he or she has to be from an Indian origin
  • There is age relaxation for the backward candidates. The SCand ST candidates get 5 years of age relaxation whereas the OBCs get 3 years
  • Ex-serviceman of commissioned personnel or defense service officers owe five and three years of age relaxation respectively
  • The candidates must hold a graduate degree from any recognized university of India

Educational Qualification – Candidate must be a graduate with any stream . Pre-final students can also attempt it.

Examination charges:

  • General and OBC candidate – 200 rupees
  • The SC and ST candidates are not charged for appearing the examination

Phases of Examination:

  • Prelims
  • Mains
  • Interview

UPSC Civil Services IAS 2020 Examination Centres :

Agartala, Agra, Ajmer, Ahmedabad , Aizawl , Aligarh,Allahabad ,Anantpur (Andhra Pradesh),Aurangabad,Bangalore,Bareilly,Bhopal,Bilaspur,Chandigarh,Chennai,Coimbatore,Cuttack,Dehradun,Delhi,Dharwad,Dispur,Faridabad,Gangtok,Gaya,Ghaziabad,Gorakhpur,Gurgaon,Gwalior,Hyderabad,Imphal,Indore,Itanagar,Jabalpur,Jaipur,Jammu,Jodhpur,Jorhat,Kochi,Kohima,Kolkata,Kozhikode(Calicut),Lucknow,Ludhiana,Madurai,Mumbai,Mysore,Nagpur,Navi Mumbai

UPSC Civil Services IAS 2020 Mains Examination Centres :

Ahmedabad,Dehradun,Mumbai,Aizawl,Delhi,Patna,Allahabad,Dispur,(Guwahati),Raipur,Bangaluru,Hyderabad,Ranchi,Bhopal,Jaipur,Shillong,Chandigarh,Jammu,Shimla,Chennai,Kolkata,Thiruvananthapuram,Cuttack,Lucknow,Vijayawada

Syllabus of Civil Services Examination :

Prelims – 200 marks for each paper

 

Preliminary examination of civil services are conducted in two phases and is generally objective phases

Paper 1 – General Studies 1 (100 Questions/200 marks /2 hours – Negative marking on wrong answers)

Paper 2 – CSAT (80 Questions / 200 Marks /2 hours- Negative marking on wrong answer)

General studies paper –

    1. Current events of national and international importance
    2. Syllabus of History of India and the heroes of ancient India, Indian national movement
    3. Indian and World Geography- it includes every aspect of geography including physical, social, economic geography across the world
    4. Indian Politics and governance and its history – right from the Indian constitution to our political system that covers the areas of Panchayati raj, public policy, Rights issues, etc.
    5. Economic and social development of India as well as the world economy– the economic history of India as well as world history of economic and its interrelations. The important topics that should be highlighted include sustainable development, poverty, inclusion, demographics, social sector initiatives etc.
    6. General issues regarding the current situation of environmental ecology, our bio-diversity and climate change. It does not require subject specialised studies. An overview of the subject and clear concepts can do well.
    7. General Science

Aptitude Syllabus –

  1. Comprehension skills
  2. Interpersonal skills including communication skills and management
  3. Logical reasoning and analytical ability
  4. Decision making and problem-solving (it has no negative marking)
  5. General mental ability to solve problems
  6. Basic numerical problems that include numbers and their relations, orders of magnitude etc up to Class X level and Data Interpretation including charts, graphs, tables, data sufficiency etc up to class X level
  7. English Language Comprehension skills and writing ability (Class X level).

Mains examination syllabus:

This examination consists of seven papers and the evaluation is based on the writing of conventional and essay type questions. Each of the paper carries 250 marks. Some of them are compulsory and some of them are optional

 

Paper Subject Duration Total marks
Paper A Compulsory Indian language 3 hours 300
Paper B English 3 hours 300
Paper I Essay 3 hours 250
Paper II General Studies I 3 hours 250
Paper III General Studies II 3 hours 250
Paper IV General Studies III 3 hours 250
Paper V General Studies IV 3 hours 250
Paper VI Optional I 3 hours 250
Paper VII Optional II 3 hours 250

 

Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman on Thursday announced the national rollout of a ‘One Nation, One Ration Card’ system in all states and Union Territories by March 2021. As of now, about 20 states have come on board to implement the inter-state ration card portability.

According to the Finance Minister, this system will enable migrant workers and their family members to access PDS benefits from any Fair Price Shop in the country.Previously it was announced that all other States/UTs having attained requisite readiness for inter-State portability, shall be integrated in a phased manner.Thereby, enabling nation-wide portability of ration card holders to receive subsidized food grains under NFSA from anywhere in the country by 1st June 2020.

The Union Minister said that this initiative shall be very helpful for the large migratory population of the country who migrate from one part of the country to another in search of job/employment, marriage, or any other reason and find difficulty in accessing subsidized food grains in the present system.

What is the one ‘One Nation, One Ration Card’ system?

Under the National Food Security Act, 2013, about 81 crore persons are entitled to buy subsidized foodgrain — rice at Rs 3/kg, wheat at Rs 2/kg, and coarse grains at Re 1/kg — from their designated Fair Price Shops (FPS) of the Targeted Public Distribution System (TPDS).

Five more states, including Bihar and Uttar Pradesh, have been integrated with the ‘one nation, one ration card’ scheme.Bihar, UP, Punjab, Himachal Pradesh and Daman and Diu

However, the migration of the poor from rural areas to urban locations is more commonplace.Thus, geographical location is one of the hindrances that migrant workers face in order to claim their quote of grains and subsequently get denied their right to food.

To address the grim state of food security in the country and combat the problem of hunger, the government has started the ‘One Nation, One Ration Card’ facility.

About ‘one nation, one ration card’ scheme:

Under ‘one nation, one ration card’ system, the migratory ration cardholders will be able to get food grains from any Fair Price Shops (FPS) in the integrated 17 states & UT’s.They will be entitled to the subsidized food grains by using their existing ration cards issued in their own states or UT’s.

It will certainly help the migrant workers who have not been able to reach their hometown and have been stuck in different states at the time of the lockdown. ONORC will be particularly beneficial for women and other disadvantaged groups, given how social identity (caste, class and gender) and other contextual factors (including power relations) provide a strong backdrop in accessing PDS.

Standard format of ‘one nation, one ration card’:

A standard format for ration cards has been prepared after taking into account the format used by different states.For national portability, the state governments have been asked to issue the ration card in bi-lingual format, wherein besides the local language, the other language could be Hindi or English.

The states have also been told to have a 10-digit standard ration card number, wherein the first two digits will be state code and the next two digits will be running ration card numbers.Besides this, a set of another two digits will be appended with a ration card number to create unique member IDs for each member of the household in a ration card.

Andhra Pradesh, Telangana, Gujarat, Maharashtra, Haryana, Rajasthan, Karnataka, Kerala, Madhya Pradesh, Goa, Jharkhand and Tripura are 12 states where ration card portability has been implemented.

 One nation, one ration card: It will give a cushion to migrant workers:

Recently the Supreme Court (SC), asked the Union government to examine the feasibility of implementing the “one nation one ration card” (ONORC) scheme during the national lockdown.

The scheme, which allows beneficiaries to access food grains that they are entitled to under the National Food Security Act, 2013, from any fair-price shop in the country, was announced last June.

The SC’s nudge to expedite the ONORC is critical. Millions of out-of-work migrant workers are stuck in host cities due to the lockdown.

Many have run out of money to buy food and don’t have a proof of identity like ration cards to access subsidised food grains via the well-stocked public distribution system (PDS).

States where they are stuck prefer offering relief to their own residents first, and cite the lack of identity documents to deny benefits.
And among those states which have opened community kitchens for out-of-job migrant workers, there have been complaints of the quantity, quality and type of food.Some feel that the ONORC scheme will not be of much help during the present crisis since many migrant workers have left their PDS cards in their villages.Instead, the Union government must expand the well-stocked PDS system to cover all individuals, irrespective of whether they have a ration card or not, for at least six months.Issues that need to be resolved are:

The digitisation of this PDS process, through Aadhaar-linked ration cards and smart cards, has been pushed in an effort to reduce leakages. However, there has been a rise of exclusion errors in post-Aadhaar seeding.There are many sections of society who still don’t have Aadhar Card, thereby depriving them of food security.

The fears of exclusion are also applied for migrant workers, as the fingerprints of people engaged in construction labour and domestic work may change or fade and may not match with the ones entered in Aadhar.There is no exact data on the mobility of poor households migrating to work, locating intra- and inter-state destinations and sectors employing the workers.

The current migrant crisis should be seen as an opportunity to develop a national migration policy addressing the challenges faced by migrant workers productivity, living conditions and social security.While this must be done, the government must also fast-track the ONORC scheme because India’s present rights-based regime is based on the assumption that people are sedentary.

This is not true given the high rates of inter- and intra-state migration. Without any safety net, migrants depend either on their employers or labour contractors for food provisions or purchase food in the open market.This increases their cost of living and reduces the additional earnings they might hope to remit to their families. During the lockdown, the crisis has become even more acute.

But even after the coronavirus pandemic is over, this will be useful. Migration is bound to restart because of unemployment.When migrant workers again start boarding trains and buses for the destination cities, they must have their PDS cards that are valid across India with them.

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UPPSC PCS Salary Structure is discussed here. Salary is one of the main reason why a large number of candidates opt for the Combined Combined State / Upper Subordinate Services (PCS) Examination, 2020 and Assistant Conservator of Forest (A.C.F.) / Range Forest Officer (R.F.O.) Services Examination conducted by Uttar Pradesh Public Service Commission (UPPSC). Here we give you details of the salary and pay level of the various posts. Check the detailed salary structure below.

UPPSC PCS: Overview

Exam Name Uttar Pradesh Combined/Upper Subordinate Exam(UPPCS)
Conducting Body Uttar Pradesh Public Service Commission(UPPSC)
Exam Level State Govt Job
Exam Mode Offline
Language English and Hindi
Selection Process
  • Prelims
  • Mains
  • Interview
Age Limit 21 years to 40 years
Official Website http://uppsc.up.nic.in/

UPPSC PCS Salary Structure 2020

The UPPSC PCS salary 2019 structure has been changed this year. Check the latest salary details below.
The salary of PCS (Combined State/Upper Subordinate Services) is given below in two stages:

  • Junior Scale Pay Band: Rs. 9300-34800 with Rs 4600 as grade pay  (except Naib Tehsildar whose grade pay is Rs. 4200/-).
  • Senior Time Scale Pay Band: Rs.15600-39100 with 5400 as grade pay.

The posts for which recruitment is conducted are:

Deputy Collector, Deputy Superintendent of Police, Block Development Officer, Assistant Regional Transport Officer, Assistant Commissioner (Commercial Tax), District Commandent Homeguards, Treasury Officer/ Accounts Officer (Treasury), Cane Inspector and Assistant Sugar Commissioner, Superintendent Jail, Manager Credit (Small Industries), Manager Marketing and Economic Survey (Small Industries), Executive Officer Grade-I/Assistant Nagar Ayukta, District Basic Education Officer/Associate DIOS & other equivalent Administrative Posts, Assistant Director Industries (Marketing), Assistant Labour Commissioner, Senior Lecturer DIET, Designated Officer, Assistant Commissioner Industries, Statistical Officer, Assistant Accounts Officer, (Treasury), Commercial Tax Officer, District Minority Welfare Officer, District Food Marketing Officer, Executive Officer (Panchayati Raj), Deputy Secretary (Housing and Urban Planning), Area Rationing Officer, District Backward Welfare Officer, Naib Tehsildar, District Saving Officer, District Panchayat Raj Officer, District Social Welfare Officer, Accounts Officer (Nagar Vikas), District Supply Officer Grade-2, Additional District Development Officer (Social Welfare), Passenger/Goods Tax Officer, District Handicapped Welfare Officer, Assistant District Employment Assistance Officer, Accounts Officer (Local Bodies), Regional Employment Officer, Assistant Registrar (Cooperative), Sub Registrar, Assistant Prosecuting Officer (Transport), District Probation Officer, District Administrative Officer, District Audit Officer (Revenue Audit), Assistant Controller Legal Measurement (Grade-1 and Grade-2), District Programme Officer, District Youth Welfare and Pradeshik Vikas Dal Officer, Labour Enforcement Officer, Excise Inspector, Child Development Project Officer, Food safety Officer and
Deputy Jailor.

  • Under the Assistant Conservator of Forest / Range Forest Officer Services Examination the Pay Scale, grade pay and status of Post are given as below:
Sr. No Name of The Post Grade Pay / Status of Post
1 Assistant conservator of Forest Grade Pay- Rs. 5400/-, Group “B”, Gazetted
2 Range Forest Officer Grade Pay – Rs. 4800/-, Group “B”, Gazetted.

UPPSC PCS Salary: IAS and PCS Salary difference

Here the main difference between the IAS and PCS difference are given. Check the main points in the table.

IAS PCS
  • Their salaries and pensions are met by the cadre state. They have uniform pay scale throughout the country irrespective of the states they are serving.
  • The Department of Personnel and Training under the Ministry of Personnel, Public Grievances and Pensions is the central personnel agency in India which is concerned with classification of services, pay, cadre management and training of the civil servants.
  • Their salaries and pensions are totally in the hands of state government to calculate. Their pay scale may vary respective of the state they are employed under.
  • The Department of Personnel or General Administration Department is the central personnel agency in the state which is concerned with classification of services, pay, cadre management and training of the state civil servants.

UPPSC PCS Salary 2020: Pay Level (7th Pay Commission)

Level Pay Scale/ Salary
At Entry Rs.56100-132000 (Pay Level 10)
After 5 years of satisfactory service Rs.67700-160000 (Pay Level 11)
After 12 years of service Rs.78800191500 (Pay Level 12)
After 16 years of service and based on seniority Rs.118500-214100 (Pay Level 13)
Minimum 5 years of service completed in previous Pay Level

and based on seniority
Rs.131100-216600 (Pay Level 13A)
Minimum 1 year of service completed in previous Pay level
and based on seniority
Rs.144200-218200 (Pay Level 14)
Minimum 5 years of service completed in previous Pay Level
and based on seniority
Rs.182200-224100 (Pay Level 15)

UPPSC PCS Salary: Perks, Emoluments

UPPSC PCS offer a lot of perks, emoluments and very high social respect in their state. Candidates can check the perks, emoluments below. There Perks, Emoluments are common for all the UPPSC PCS posts.

  1. Government Accommodation / Home/ Apartment.
  2. Electricity and Water Bill.
  3. Medical Expenses.
  4. Free Phone Call.
  5. Office Vehicles.
  6. Study leave.
  7. Transport Allowances.
  8. Security Guard and Household Helpers.
  9. Dearness Allowance (As governed by the inflation index) (at 65 percent).

We have also prepared the elaborated UPPSC PCS Syllabus. Candidates can check the UPPSC Prelims and Mains Syllabus to start their preparation in a right direction.

UPPSC PCS Salary FAQs

Q 1. Does PCS get salary during traing period.?
Ans. Yes, The selected candidates would get salary during the training period.
Q 2. Is there a salary difference between the various posts.?
Ans. Yes, the salary of the officer depend on the which post he is selected.
Q 3. Is the salary of IAS is same as PCS.?
Ans. No, there is difference between the salary structure of IAS and PCS.
Q 4. Is the salary of ACF and RFO is same.?
Ans. No, they belong to different pay level.
Q 5. What is the Pay Level of ACF.?
Ans. The Pay Level of ACF is 10.

RBI Administrator Recruitment 2020 Notice is out. Reserve Bank of India (RBI) has released short notice for the recruitment of Administrator and other posts on 25th March 2020. The total number of vacancies are 33. Candidates can check  vacancies details, application form link, and important dates in the article.

RBI Administrator Recruitment: Overview

RBI Administrator Recruitment 2020 
Event Information
Name of the Organization Reserve Bank of India
Number of Vacancies 33
Name of Post Administrator, Consultant, Analyst and other posts.
Starting date of application 09th April 2020
Closing date of application 29th April 2020
Job Category Bank Job
Job Location All India
Application process Online Only

RBI Administrator Recruitment Vacancy

Aspirants can check the vacancies for different posts in the table given below. The post-wise Vacancy are tabulated:

Post No of Vacancies
System Administrator 09
Project Administrator 05
Network Administrator 06
Consultant – Applied Maths 03
Consultant – Applied Econometrics 03
Economist – Macroeconomic Modelling 01
Data Analyst/MPD 01
Data Analyst/ (DoS- DNBS) 02
Data Analyst/ (DoR-DBR) 02
Risk Analyst/DEIO 02
IS Auditor 02
Specialist in Forensic Audit 01
Accounts Specialist 01
Risk Analyst/(DoS-DNBS) 01
Total 33

RBI Administrator: Eligibility Criteria

  • Education Qualification: The post-wise education qualification will be released on 27th March 2020. Stay updated with the website.

How To Apply For RBI Administrator 2020?

  1. Click on the link given below.
  2. Log in using either of the following:
    |email id/mobile no. and password |Application no. and DOB |Name, Father’s Name, and DOB |
  3. Enter the security key when asked for.
  4. Pay the application fee.

After paying the required fee online the candidates must take print out of the application for future reference.

RBI Administrator Online Application Link

All the candidates who are interested in the job can apply for the job from the below link after 09th April 2020.

Note: The Online Application is going to active on 09th April 2020.

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