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Railway Recruitment 2018

Railway Recruitment Notification 2018

Railway Recruitment Notification 2018 was released on 3rd February 2018. According to the Notification released, a total of 26,502 vacancies was declared. Candidates who wish to apply for the exam can do so by applying online for the examination.

Railway Recruitment Apply Online

Railway Recruitment Board invites Online Application for the post of ALP and Technicians from 3rd February 2018. The Application Process will close on 5th March 2018. Candidates who wish to apply online can do the same by clicking on the link mentioned below.

http://www.indianrailways.gov.in/railwayboard/view_section.jsp?lang=0&id=0,4,1244

Railway Recruitment 2018 Application Fee

The Online Application for Railway Recruitment starts from 3rd February 2018 and will end on 5th March 2018. Candidates must pay Rs. 500/- as application fee (UR & OBC) for Railway Recruitment 2018. Candidates belonging to SC/ ST/ Ex-Serviceman/ PWDs/ Female/ Transgender/ Minorities/ Economically backward class are required to pay Rs. 250/- as application fee.

Railway Recruitment Exam Dates 2018

Railway Recruitment 2018 CBT is scheduled tentatively in the month of April-May 2018. Dates for second stage CBT has not yet been declared by Railway Recruitment Board. The detailed Exam Dates for Railway Recruitment Exam 2018 has been discussed below.

Events Dates
Railway Recruitment 2018 Notification 3rd February 2018
Start of Railway Recruitment 2018 Online Application 3rd February 2018
Railway Recruitment 2018 Application Form Closes  5th March 2018
Railway Recruitment 2018 First Stage CB April-may 2018

Railway Recruitment 2018 Exam Pattern

The Exam Pattern for Railway Recruitment 2018 constitutes of two stages of CBT or Computer Based Test followed by Computer Based Aptitude Test and Document Verification. Let’s have a look at both these stages of CBT in detail.

First stage of CBT

  • Minimum percentage of marks for eligibility in various categories : UR -40%, OBC-30%, SC-30%, ST -25%.
  • Will consist of multiple-choice objective type questions: bilingual (Hindi/English)
  • There will be negative Marking as for every wrong answer 1/3 marks will be deducted.

Total number of candidates to be shortlisted for second stage shall be 15 times the community wise total vacancy of ALP and Technician Posts notified against the RRB as per their merit in First Stage CBT.

Serial Number Sections Number of Questions Duration
1. Mathematics 75 Questions in total 60 minutes
2. General Intelligence & Reasoning
3. General Science
4. General Awareness on Current Affairs

 

Railway Recruitment 2018 Eligibility Criteria

The eligibility criteria of Railway Recruitment 2018 exam is mainly about two pre-requisites:

Railway Recruitment Board has changed the Eligibility Criteria for Railway Recruitment 2018. The Upper Age limit has now been changed from 28 years to 30 years for the post of ALP and from 30 years to 33 years for the post of Level 1 Posts (Unreserved Category).

  • Candidates must hold Degree, Diploma and HSC (10+2) having eligibility for the posts of ALP and their engineering discipline(Electrical Engineering, Electronics Engineering , Mechanical Engineering ,Automobile Engineering with the combination of various streams in the respective Engineering Traits): post of Assistant Loco Pilot
  • Candidates who have passed out with Physics and Maths in 12th Standard are eligible for Technician Grade III Signal and Technician Grade III Telecommunication posts namely Post 70 and Post 71 respectively.
  • A candidate is required to be: A citizen of India, A subject of Nepal, A subject of Bhutan, A Tibetan Refugee who came to India before 1st January 1962 with the intention of settling permanently in India or a person of Indian origin who migrated to India from Pakistan, Burma, Sri Lanka, Kenya, Uganda, United Republic of Tanzania, Zambia, Malawi, Zaire, Ethiopia, Vietnam and have the intention of settling permanently in India.
Serial No. Category Upper Age Limit
1 SC / ST 38 years
2 OBC 36 years
3 Person with disabilities (General) 40 years
4 Person with disabilities(SC /ST) 45 years
5 Person with disabilities(OBC) 43 years

 

Railway Recruitment 2018 Admit Card

Candidates who have successfully applied for Railway Recruitment 2018 Exam will be issued Admit Card for first stage of CBT. Admit Card will be issued separately for Stage 1 CBT and Stage 2 CBT. Admit Card for Stage 2 CBT will be issued to candidates who have successfully cleared Stage 1 CBT of Railway Recruitment 2018.

To login on the official website of Railway Recruitment Board, a candidate is supposed to have:

  • Registration Number/Roll Number
  • Date of Birth/Password

The admit card for Railway Recruitment Board 2018 exam will be issued to candidates in two phases:

  • For Stage 1 CBT
  • For Stage 2 CBT
  • All candidates must go through the guidelines provided on the official website of Railway before downloading his/her admit card.

Railway Recruitment 2018 Result

Railway Recruitment Board will be announcing the result for Stage 1 and Stage 2 CBT after the examination for the same has been conducted. Result will be announced for Stage 1 CBT first. Candidates who clear Stage 1 CBT will be allowed to give Stage 2 of Railway Recruitment 2018 Exam

For more information visit the link below

 

http://www.rrbmumbai.gov.in/

NDA 2018: Application Form, Exam Dates, Eligibility, Syllabus

Exam Dates for NDA (I) 2018:

Events
Dates
Notification published 15th January 2018
Application form available 15th January 2018
Last date for filling the application 5th February 2018   (6:00 PM)
Admit card announced 1 or 2 weeks before the exam
Exam date 22nd April  2018
Result announcement May 2018

Exam Dates for NDA (II) 2018:
Events
Dates
Notification published 6th June 2018
Application form available 6th June 2018
Last date for filling the application 2nd July 2018
Admit card announced 1 or 2 weeks before the exam
Exam date 9th September 2018
Result announcement October 2018
NDA Application Form 2018
  • NDA 2018 Application Form has been released via online mode from 15th January 2018 (for NDA-I) & 6th June 2018 (for NDA-II).
  • There is no offline application form available for NDA exam.
  • NDA Registration 2018 is done in two parts.
  • In the registration part-I, candidates have to fill their personal, qualification, communication & other required details.
  • After completing part-I, candidates will receive the registration number.
  • In the registration part-II, students have to select the exam centers and make the fee payment through online or offline mode
Application Fee:
  • The application fee will be Rs. 100/- for general & OBC students.
  • SC/ST candidates and wards of NCOs/ JCOs/ORs are not required to pay any application fee.
  • The fee payment can be done via online mode (VISA/Master/Debit Card and Net banking).
  • In offline mode, payment can be done through e-challan of SBI Bank.
Age Limits:
  • Martial Status & Gender: Only unmarried male candidates can apply for this exam.
  • NDA-I Age Limit: students must have born between 2nd July 1999 to 1st July 2002.
  • NDA-II Age Limit: Candidates should have born between 2nd January 2000 to 1st July 2003.

For more detailed information click on:

www.upsc.gov.in

STAFF SELECTION COMMISSION

Combined Higher Secondary Level (10+2) Examination, 2017

Closing Date:18.12.2017

Date of Computer Based Examination (Tier-I): 04.03.2018 to 26.03.2018

Date of Tier-II Examination (Descriptive Paper): 08.07.2018

“GOVERNMENT STRIVES TO HAVE A WORKFORCE WHICH REFLECTS GENDER BALANCE AND WOMEN CANDIDATES ARE ENCOURAGED TO APPLY

F.No. 3/3/2017-P&P-I. The Staff Selection Commission will hold an examination for recruitment to the Posts of Lower Divisional Clerk/ Junior Secretariat Assistant, Postal Assistant/ Sorting Assistant and Data Entry Operator .The details of the examination are as under:

  1. Pay of the Posts:

Lower Division Clerk (LDC)/ Junior Secretariat Assistant (JSA): Pay Band -1 (Rs. 5200-20200), Grade Pay: Rs. 1900 (pre-revised) Postal Assistant (PA)/ Sorting Assistant (SA): Pay Band -1 (Rs. 5200-20200), Grade Pay: Rs. 2400 (pre-revised) Data Entry Operator(DEO): Pay Band-1 (Rs. 5200-20200), Grade Pay: Rs. 2400 (pre-revised) and Data Entry Operator, Grade ‘A’: Pay Band-1 (Rs. 5200-20200), Grade Pay: Rs. 2400 (pre-revised)

  1. Vacancies:

Tentative vacancies for the posts of LDC/ JSA, Postal Assistant/ Sorting Assistant and DEO are 898, 2359, 2 and Data Entry Operator Grade”A”- Nil, respectively.

  1. Reservation:

Reservation for SC/ ST/ OBC /ExS/ PwD etc. categories is available as per extant Govt. Orders

  1. Age Limit:

18-27 years as on 01.08.2018 (Candidates born not before 02-08-1991 and not later than 01-08-2000).

  1. Educational Qualification (As on 01.08.2018)

i. Must have passed 12th Standard or equivalent examination from a recognized Board or University.

ii.For Data Entry Operator in the Office of Comptroller and Auditor General of India (C&AG): 12th Standard pass in Science stream with Mathematics as a subject from a recognized Board or equivalent.

  1. How to apply:

Candidates must apply online through the website http://www.ssconline.nic.in. or ‘Click here to apply’ link provided at http://www.ssc.nic.in->Apply->CHSL. Procedure for online submission of applications is given at Annexure-II.

  1. Application fee and mode of fee payment:

Fee payable: Rs. 100/-(Rupees One Hundred only). Fee can be paid through SBI Challan/ SBI Net Banking or by using Visa/ Mastercard/ Maestro Credit/ Debit card.

For more detailed information click on

http://ssc.nic.in/SSC_WEBSITE_LATEST/notice/notice_pdf/chsl2017_english_notice_17112017.pdf

BANK OF MAHARASHTRA RECRUITMENT 2016

BankPO

Bank Name
Post
No. of vacancies
Qualification
Dates
Age limit

Bank of Maharashtra

Probationary officers in JMGS – 1 (PGDBF) 500 Post Graduate Diploma in Banking & finance 12.08.2016

To

06.09.2016

18 To 30

( As on 1/7/2016)

Bank of Maharashtra

Clerical Cadre

(Non – Conventional)

200 Any Graduate 12.08.2016

To

06.09.2016

18 To 28

( As on 1/7/2016)

There will be negative marks for the wrong answer in the objective Tests. 0.25 Marks will be deducted for each wrong answer. Candidates will have to pass in each subject of the objective tests.

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IBPS (CWE CLERKS – VI) EXAM 2016

2016 IBPS CLERKS – VI EXAM will be held in 2 stages Preliminary  and Mains similar to IBPS PO Exams.

The tentative schedule of events is as follows:

Activity

Tentative Dates

Online registration including Edit/ Modification of Application by candidates

22.08.2016 to 12.09.2016

Payment of Application Fees/ intimation charges (Online)

22.08.2016 to 12.09.2016

Download of  call letters for Pre-Exam Training

25.10.2016 to 07.11.2016

Conduct Pre- Exam Training

07.11.2016 to 12.11.2016

Download  of call letters for online examination – Preliminary

18.11.2016

Online Examination – Preliminary

26 & 27.11.2016, 03.12.2016 & 04.12.2016 ( if Required)

Result of Online Exam – Preliminary

December 2016

Download of call letter for Online Exam – Main

December 2016

Online Examination – Main

31.12.2016 & 01.01.2017

Provisional Allotment

April 2017

No. of Vacancies   :  19,243

Age limit                    :   20 to 28 Years (As on 01.08.2016)

Qualification          :  Graduation

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CAT 2016 : Registration Starts From 8th August.

CAT 2016 ACTIVITY SCHEDULE

 

Sr.

Activity

Timelines

1

Release of Advertisement 31st july  2016 (Sunday)

2

Online Registration for CAT

08th August 2016,10:00 AM

TO

22nd September 2016,05:00PM

3

Admit Card Download Window 18th Oct 2016, 10:00 PM till Exam Day

4

Test Date

04th December 2016(Sunday)

5

Release of Results

2nd Week of January 2017 (Tentative)

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RESERVE BANK OF INDIA VACANCIES FOR ‘B’ GRADE OFFICERS

POST

NO. OF VACANCIES QUALIFICATION DATES AGE LIMIT EXAM DATES

Officers in Grade ‘B’

(General)

163

60% marks in Graduation as well as in 12th and 10th Standard Exam. 18.07.2016

To

09.08.2016

 

21 to 30 years

(As on 01.07.2016)

Phase   I

4th Sept 2016

 

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IBPS EXAM FOR PO VACANCIES (PROBATIONARY OFFICER)

 

POST

NO. OF VACANCIES QUALIFICATION DATES AGE LIMIT

EXAM DATES

PO/MT-VI

8822 Graduation

(AS on 13.08.2016)

26.07.2016 to 13.08.2016 20 to 30 years

(As on 01.07.2016)

(Preliminary)

16th, 22nd &23rd Oct 2016.

(Main exam)

20th Nov 2016.

 

Interview  :    Jan – Feb 2017.

Provisional Allotment  :  April 2017

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Practice : A Mantra

 

Marines with the Wounded Warrior Regiment line up to shoot during archery practice at the 2012 Marine Corps Trials at Marine Corps Base Camp Pendleton, Calif., Feb. 17. More than 300 injured Marines, veterans and allies, are competing in the second annual Trials, which includes swimming, wheelchair basketball, sitting volleyball, track and field, archery, cycling and shooting. The top 50 performing Marines will earn the opportunity to compete in the Wounded Warrior Games in Colorado Springs, Colo., in May.

“Go & practice till you reach perfection” this was the only lesson Eklavya got from Dronacharya. He belonged to a backward clave, this made Dronacharya deny him lessons in archery. But Eklavya considered him as his Guru, made his statue & feeling the presence of his Guru he practised the art in the forest. After years of practice he turned out to be a perfect archer.

Once Dronacharya & few of his students were passing through the forest 3-4 dogs were accompanying, their bark disturbed Eklavya who was practising. The dogs moved forward from the group. After sometime the dogs returned, they had arrows stuck in their throat. There was no sign of violence or pain but their sound had ceased. They looked around for someone who might have done it but found no one. The shot was from distance. It was done only by tracing the sound.

Walking further they saw a man with a bow in his hand, they knew this was the arches they had been searching. Eklavya did not fail to recognize his Guru though his Guru did. After hearing from him what made him a good archer Guru was sure Eklavya was the best archer he had ever formed.

A woman runs on a trail silhouetted by a setting sun shrouded by fog.

Sherly had made up her mind to win Olympics when she was in school. She participated in competition & practised running. Her parents took it just as enthusiasm in childhood. But fate played its dirty trick on her, she fell ill & while recovering she realized her legs were lifeless. Her dreams to win Olympics were still alive.

After 2-3 operations & by using special type of footwear she would walk. She returned to school & continued with the studies. During the sports meet, her teacher was surprised to see her name in the list of participants. She tried to make her understand, where walking was difficult, running seemed impossible. But she was adamant. Her parents were called. They tried to explain her, but she pleaded in her innocent voice. They allowed her to participate. The race started but she could not complete. But on the 2nd day she completed.

She started practising & took part in many competitions. In 1956 she took part in Olympics & won gold medal. It was the victory over her disability.

In both the stories their dreams came true by practice. Practice made them perfect. They never gave up. There are dreams & hopes in our mind & they can be achieved only by practising.

 

The Power of being Proactive

The story is told of a young couple making dinner.
The wife cuts the edges off the ham before she bakes it, and the husband asks, ‘Why do that? It seems wasteful.’‘I don’t know,’ she answers, ‘it’s what my mother always did.’ 
So they ask the mother, ‘How come you cut all the ends off the ham before you bake it?’ ‘Because that’s the way grandmother always did it,’
the mother says.So they ask the grandmother,‘Why did you always cut all the ends off the ham before you 
baked it?’
And the grandmother replies, ‘Well, that’s the only way I could get it to fit in the pan.’
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Too often we go through life never stopping to think about what we are doing or why.  We get up in the morning and go on autopilot and let it take us through the day. We react to whatever comes our way overlooking the many other choices we have available to us. As human beings we are responsible for our own lives. You are what you are today because of the choices you made yesterday.
There are two kinds of people in this world: those who take responsibility and act and those who only react. On an average, 90 percent of people react whereas only 10 percent act. People who react fail to take up responsibility. They develop a negative mindset and fail to take initiative in their lives.
People who take responsibility control their lives and hence their destinies. They don’t blame luck, destiny or external environment when they fail and are driven by their own values rather than behaviour of other people. Proactive people take initiative and look beyond the immediate. They have the will, determination, discipline, commitment, passion and courage to pursue their dreams. Other’s feelings, behaviour and the external environment, on the contrary, drive people who react.