- Bhilai Steel Plant, SAIL
Name of Post – Attendant cum Technician (Trainee), Operator Cum Technician (Trainee & Boiler Operation).
No. of Vacancies – 482
Last Date – 09.09.2015
- National Institute of Solar Energy, Gurgaon. Name of Posts –Deputy Director General, Director, etc.
No. of Vacancies - 40
Last Date – Within Six Weeks
- National Highways Authority of India.Name of Posts – Deputy General Manager (Tech).
No. of Vacancies – 35
- Navodaya Vidyalaya Samiti, Secunderabad. Name of Posts – LDC and Store Keeper.
No. of Vacancies –29
Last Date – -Within 30 days
- Nehru University, New Delhi. Name of Post –Professor, Associate Professor and Assistant Professor.
No. of Vacancies -20
Last Date: – Within one month
- National Building Construction Corporation Limited, New Delhi. Name of Post –Jr. Engineer (Civil) and Jr. Hindi Translator.
No. of Vacancies –21
Last Date – 09.10.2015
Monday, August 31, 2015
Graduate Aptitude Test in Engineering (GATE 2016) Examination Notification
Graduate Aptitude Test in Engineering (GATE 2016) Examination Notification Out : Indian Institute of Science (IISC) Organizing Graduate Aptitude Test in Engineering (GATE 2016) Examination scheduled to be held between 30th January 2016 and 7th February 2016 (Only Saturdays and Sundays). The Online Registration start from 1st September 2015 and the Registration close on1st October 2015.
GATE 2016 exam for Admission to Postgraduate Courses (Master's and Doctoral) with MHRD and other Government Scholarships/Assistantships in Engineering/Technology/Architecture / Science are open to those who qualify in GATE. The GATE Score also valid for some Government Public Sector Units (PSU) Recruitment.
(A) Bachelor's degree holders in Engineering/ Technology (4 years after 10+2 or 3 years after Diploma in Engineering/Technology) and those who are in the final year of such programs.
(B) Bachelor's degree holders of Architecture (Five years course) and those who are in the final year of such programs
(C) Bachelor's degree holders of Four-year program in Science (B.S.) and those who are in the final year of such programs.
(D) Master's degree holders in any branch of Science / Mathematics / Statistics/Computer Applications or equivalent and those who are in the final year of such programs.
(E) Holders of Four-year Integrated Master's degree (Post-B.Sc.) in Engineering/ Technology and those in the second or higher year of such programs.
(F) Holders of Five-year Integrated Master's degree or Dual Degree in Engineering / Technology and those in the fourth or higher year of such programs.
(G) Holders of Five-year integrated M.Sc. or Five year integrated B.Sc./M.Sc. degree and those in the final year of such programs.
(H) Candidates with qualifications obtained through examinations conducted by professional societies recognized by UPSC/AICTE as equivalent to B.E./B.Tech. Those who have completed section A of AMIE or equivalent of such professional courses are also eligible.
GATE 2016 Exam: The Examinations for all the papers will be conducted as Computer Based Tests only. The Date of exam Between 30th January 2016 and 7th February 2016 (On Saturdays and Sundays). The exact schedule will be given on the GATE 2016 website.
Validity: The GATE 2016 Score will be valid for 03 Years Only from the date of announcement of Reults (from 19th March 2016).
Application Fee: ₹ 750/- for the SC / ST / PwD category candidates; ₹ 750 for women candidates; ₹ 1500 for all other candidates. The application fee has to be paid only online either through e-challan or through net banking.
How To Apply: All candidates must apply Online from 01/09/2015 (Tuesday) to 01/10/2015 (Thursday).
Online Application Starting Date : September 1, 2015 (Tuesday)
Last Date for Submission of Online Application through Website : October 1, 2015 (Thursday)
Last Date for Request for Change in the Choice of Examination City via GOAPS login : November 20, 2015 (Friday)
Availability of Admit Card : December 17, 2015 (Thursday)
Online Examination (Forenoon: 9.00 AM to 12.00 Noon, Afternoon: 2.00 PM to 5.00 PM) : January 30 to February 07, 2016 (On Saturdays and Sundays only)
Announcement of Results : March 19, 2016 (Saturday)
Anti-Corruption Branch probing govt. employees’ LTC scam
The Anti-Corruption Branch (ACB) is investigating an alleged scam related to the purported manipulation of official procedures, large scale forgery of documents and the inflation of financial figures pertaining to travel allowances granted to government employees on a routine basis.
Dubbed the Leave Travel Concession (LTC) scam by a whistle-blower, who happens to be a government employee himself, the alleged swindle is feared to have been in motion across the country for several decades and is understood to have been kept under wraps by government officials in collusion with dubious travel agents.
According to the complaint, the scam entails the purchase of cheap air tickets from government-run carrier Air India by travel agents well in advance of a trip, enticing government employees with packages including hotel accommodation and sightseeing at probable tourist destinations across India and making his or her parent department pay for both travel and accommodation expenses with the help of forged air tickets. Government employees are entitled only to the first, not the second.
“Government employees – both at the Centre and State levels – are entitled to LTC-80 and LTC allowances every two to three years; LTC-80 tickets, if procured directly from Air India, are relatively more expensive than fixed normal tickets because they are valid for a year,” the whistle-blower, whose identity is being withheld deliberately, stated in his complaint.
“That is where the agents come in. They entice government employees not to buy their tickets directly from the carrier, but settle for the tickets that they have already procured in advance, usually in electronic format, in lieu of which the agent provides freebies such as accommodation, and other add-ons which the employee should ideally pay instead of the tax payer or the exchequer,” the complainant further stated.
What follows, according to the complainant, is the manipulation of the price of the air ticket – which is refundable to the government employee under LTC by his or her parent department – to include both the travelling and accommodation expenditure incurred with the help of basic editing software over a computer.
The amount so arrived at, the complainant said, is more or less similar to the amount that would have been generated in the course of purchasing bona fide travel tickets under the LTC or LTC-80 schemes.
An ACB source said the department had written to several public sector undertakings and government units requesting them to get the travel bills claimed by their employees verified from Air India.
An Air India source confirmed the carrier had received several such requests from government departments seeking details about the veracity of the ticket fares claimed by their employees over the last three months.
Source : The Hindu
Indian Railways begins On-Line Recruitment Examination
Taking a new leap forward, Railway Recruitment Board are organizing Pan-India On-line (Computer Based) recruitment examination, for the first time, for 3273 vacancies of Senior Section Engineers and Junior Engineers from 26th August to 4th September, 2015. Applications for this examination were also called Online. Around 18 lakh candidates have applied for this mega On-line (Computer Based) examination. Sharp increase in vacancy to candidate ratio indicates wide popularity and acceptance of On-line mode.
This new format is expected to enhance objectivity, transparency and credibility of Railway Recruitment Board (RRB) exams significantly. This examination is being conducted in 242 cities all over India including far off locations in North East and J&K.
The on-line system is very user friendly and fool-proof, taking care of all the checks and balances. The system allows the candidate to navigate from one question to another with utmost ease and can also be read/attempted in the respective regional languages.
Today is last date ( 31/08/2015 ) for Income Tax return submission
Due date for filing returns of income-tax and wealth tax for the assessment year 2015-16 for all assessees other than - (a) Company; or (b) A person other than company whose books of account are required to be audited; or (c) A working partner of a firm whose accounts are required to be audited; or (d) Assessee who is required to furnish a report under section 92E.
Strike on 2nd Sep, 2015: Govt assured on Bonus enhancement, Wages formula and Union agreed to reconsider the proposed strike:
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Government of India
Ministry of Labour & Employment
27-August-2015 21:05 IST
Inter Ministerial Committee Holds Wider Consultations with Trade Unions on Charter of Demands Appeals to Reconsider Proposed Call for Strike in View of Discussions
The Second meeting of Inter-Ministerial Committee (IMC) continued discussion on 12 Demands Charter of Trade Unions for the second day here today in continuation of discussions held yesterday. The Committee comprises Shri Arun Jaitley, Finance Minister, Shri Bandaru Dattatreya, MoS(IC) Labour and Employment, Shri Dharmendra Pradhan, MOS(IC) Petroleum and Natural Gas, Shri Jitendra Singh, MoS DOPT, and Shri Piyush Goel, MoS (IC),Power. During the discussions Trade Unions expressed concern and asked for clarifications on their demands. Addressing their concerns and expectations, the Finance Minister explained policies on which the Government is working and assured that the Government is committed to welfare of labour. Underlining the importance of role of Trade Unions, Shri Jaitely assured the Central Trade Unions that all labour laws reforms will be done with due discussions and tripartite consultations.
In view of the discussions held in conducive and cordial atmosphere, the IMC appealed to Trade Unions to reconsider the proposed call for strike on 2nd September, 2015.The Trade Unions have agreed to consider the appeal.
In view of the suggestions given by Central Trade Unions in the meetings held on 19th July, 26th August and 27th August, 2015, the Government assured the following :
1. Appropriate legislation for making formula based minimum wages mandatory and applicable to all employees across the country.
2. For the purposes of bonus the wage eligibility limit and calculation ceiling would be appropriately revised. Earlier in 2006-07 the calculation ceiling was decided at Rs.3500/- and eligibility limit was wage of Rs.10,000/- per month which is proposed to be revised to Rs.7,000 and Rs.21,000 respectively.
3. The Government is expanding the coverage of social security and working out ways to include construction workers, Aanganwari workers ,ASHA workers and Mid Day Meal workers.
4. Regarding contract workers the Government assured that they will be guaranteed minimum wages. Moreover, the Government is working out ways so that workers of industries will get sector specific minimum wages.
5. Government has already enhanced minimum pension for EPFO members and every pensioner gets minimum pension of Rs.1000/- per month perpetually.
6. Labour laws reforms will be based on tripartite consultations as already stated by the Prime Minister. The States are also being advised to follow the tripartite process.
7. For strict adherence to labour law enforcement, advisory has been issued to the State/UT Governments and strict monitoring has been initiated by Central Government.
8. For employment generation Mudra Yojana, Make in India, Skill India and National Career Service Portal initiatives have been taken.
9. Abolition of interviews for all primary jobs which do not require any special knowledge/expertise, is being done for transparency and expediting the process of recruitment.
10. Inflation is lowest in the last many years excepting two items onion and pulses. Government is taking necessary steps to contain the higher prices of these two commodities also.
It was further clarified that there is no ban on filling up of vacancies in Government jobs and all concerned Departments are taking necessary action to fill-up these vacancies. It was further assured that the Government is committed to job security, wages security and social security to the workers. The issue of equal wages for equal work for contract workers is an issue requiring wider consultations and a committee will be constituted, if required.