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Friday, March 03, 2017

New India Assurance Company Ltd (NIACL) Recruitment for 984 Assistants Posts 2017

Posts: Assistants

Total No. of Posts: 984 Posts

Educational Qualification: Graduate from a recognised University/equivalent. (as on 30.06.2016). Knowledge of Reginal Language of the State of Recruitment is essential.

Age Limit: Minimum Age should be 18 years and Maximum age is 30 years (as on 30.06.2016)

Scale of Pay:  NIACL opportunity offers a good salary with increments in subsequent years. Total Emolument works out to be Rs. 23,000/- per month in the initial stage in a metro city.

Exam Structure: NIACL Assistant Examination 2017 will include a Preliminary Test (Tier-I), Mains Test (Tier-II) and a Reginal Language Test.

How to Apply: Interested Candidates may Apply Online Through official Website.


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Important Dates:
  • Online Registration Starts from 6th March 2017
  • Last Date for Online Registration 29th March 2017
  • Phase I Online Exam 22nd & 23rd April 2017
  • Phase II Online Exam 23rd May 2017 (Tentative) 
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HDFC, ICICI, Axis Bank slap charges on cash transactions




According to ICICI Bank, there will be no charge for first four transactions a month in home branch
In a bid to promote cashless transactions, banks have started charging a specific transaction amount after a certain limit in the case of cash transactions. HDFC Bank, ICICI Bank and Axis Bank have already decided to implement the new charges. Other banks are expected to follow suit soon. According to HDFC Bank, people who hold savings accounts don’t have to pay any transaction amount up to 4 transactions from the home branch but with every additional transaction, the customer has to pay an amount of Rs 150.
People may withdraw or deposit up to Rs 2 lakh from their savings or salary accounts through the home branch for one month. Transaction exceeding this amount will be charged with Rs 5 per Rs 1000 or a minimum amount of Rs 150. Earlier this limit was up to Rs 50,000. In the case of non-home branches, daily transactions up to Rs 25,000 are non-chargeable, but above this a charge of Rs 5 per Rs 1000 or a minimum amount of Rs 150 is applicable. However, senior citizens and children will not be charged any amount.
According to ICICI Bank, there will be no charge for first four transactions a month in home branch while Rs 5 per Rs 1,000 would be charged thereafter subject to a minimum of Rs150 in the same month. The third party limit would be Rs 50,000 per day. For non-home branches, ICICI Bank would not charge anything for first cash withdrawal of a calendar month and Rs 5 per Rs 1000 thereafter subject to a minimum of Rs 150. For anywhere cash deposit, ICICI Bank would charge Rs 5 per thousand rupees (subject to a minimum of 150) at branches, while deposit at ATMs would be free of charge for first cash deposit of a calendar month and Rs 5 per thousand thereafter.
In the case of Axis Bank, people may transact up to Rs 1 lakh in a month in the home branch. Transaction above this amount will charge Rs 5 per Rs 1000 or a minimum amount of Rs 150. While the number of transactions exceeding more than 4, an amount of Rs 150 will be charged on each.

Furnishing of Aadhar mandatory for final settlement of Pension claims

 
Ministry of Labour & Employment
Press Information Bureau,
Government of India
02-March, 2017


The EPFO has clarified that obtaining of Aadhaar should be mandatory for the time being only for final settlement of Pension and not in withdrawl cases. The EPFO had extended the date of submission of Aadhaar Number authentication by the members of Employees’Pension Scheme 1995 upto 31st March 2017.
However, news item appearing in few dailies suggested that Aadhaar is not required in settlement of pension claims. Accordingly, the EPFO reiterated that the requirement of submitting Aadhaar is not insisted for the time being only in withdrawal benefit cases under Employees Pension Scheme, 1995. Furnishing of Aadhaar is still mandatory for final settlement of pension and scheme certificate cases.

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