Wednesday 20 September 2017
Sunday 17 September 2017
State Bank of India has declared job vacancy in some important positions in the bank. A desirable candidate can apply for this position. The candidate selected after this recruitment can get appointment anywhere in the country.
Name of the post:
Deputy Manager- 40 positions
Deputy General Manager - 1 position
For this position, the applicant must have a law degree from a recognized University or a Low Graduation (5 years integrated law course).
For this position, the age of the deputy managers between the ages of 25 and 35 years and for deputy general managers should be between 35 to 45 years.
The Deputy Managers will get a monthly salary of Rs 31705 to Rs 45950.
The deputy general manager has to pay a monthly salary of 68680 to 76520.
The candidates for the recruitment will be selected based on written examination and interview.
Fees can be deposited online for this position. General category candidates to apply Rs. 600 As well as SC / ST candidates get Rs 100 Will have to give
How to apply:
This job application has to be done online by going to SBI's official website www.sbi.co.in. Apart from this, you can send the documents required for the online application form by posting them with the name of the Xerox term before October 10. Address is State Bank of India, Central Recruitment and Promotion Department, Corporate Center, Third Floor, Atlanta Building, Nariman Point, Mumbai-400021
Beginning of the application process - September 15, 2017
Last date for application- October 6, 2017
Wednesday 13 September 2017
Participated with the National Payment Corporation of India (NPCI) to bring a digital debit card based on Paytm Payments Bank (PPB). Through PPB digital card, the customer will be able to make payments to all the traders who accept credit and debit cards. This will allow Paytm customers to make online payments, but Paytm will also provide free insurance to its customers, in which customers will be covered in up to 2 lakh insurance cover.
Rupee based digital debit card will be issued to all customers who open accounts in PPB. The current PATIm users will have to complete the KYC process to become the PPB's account holder, after which they will be given a free digital card.
2 lakhs of insurance:
There will also be two lakhs of insurance on the debit card. In case of death or full disability, the insurance company will get the sum assured. PPB MD and CEO Renu Satti said, "With our digital debit card, our customers will now be able to make payments on every online platform and they will experience similar features like Paytm."
Sunday 10 September 2017
The Uttar Pradesh government has transferred 36 IAS officers, appointing Anup Chandra Pandey as the new Industrial and Infrastructure Development Commissioner.
Prominent among those transferred included Member Judicial (Revenue Board) Lalit Verma, who has been made Additional Chief Secretary General Administration, while Alok Tandon has been made CEO Noida and MD Noida Metro Corporation.
According to the transfer order released by the government last night, while Pandey will be new IIDC, CEO Greater Noida, Shailesh Krishna was appointed as Director General Deen Dayal Upadhaya State administration and Management Academy.
Principal Secretary Agriculture Rajnish Gupta has been shunted as member judicial, Revenue Board, Allahabad while CEO Noida Amit Mohan Prasad will be new Principal Secretary Agriculture.
Sanjiv Kumar Mittal in wait list has been made Principal Secretary Finance and Finance Commissioner, Ritu Maheshwari, Vice Chairman Agra Development Authority, has been made DM Ghaziabad.
Yashwant Rao, DM Mainpuri, has been posted as Registrar Dr Ram Manohar Lohia Law University while Sanjay Kumar Khatri, DM Ghazipur, has been made DM Raebareli, it said.
Monika Rani, Special Secretary IIDC, has been made DM Farukhabad, while Alok Kumar Pandey who was in wait list has been made Special Secretary IIDC and NRI Department.
Saturday 9 September 2017
IDP Education India organised the Australian education fair at Taj Krishna recently, for students aspiring to pursue higher education in Australia. The fair spread across 15 cities brought together prominent universities and educational institutes from Australia under one roof.
The fair kick started at Kolkata and will conclude in Coimbatore on September 1. Among the other cities, the fair will be organised in Ludhiana, Chandigarh, Gurgaon, Delhi, Mumbai, Ahmedabad, Pune, Bangalore, Chennai, Vijayawada, Kochi and Coimbatore.
Over 650 students visited the fair. Piyush Kumar, Country Director, India - IDP Education said, “IDP seeks to provide a platform to aspiring students to come and have a face-to-face interaction with the university representatives and get answers to all their queries related to studying in Australia.
34 Australian institutions are participating in the fair. It is a FREE platform for all students to gauge their prospects, apply directly to the institution of their choice and get first hand information on courses, scholarships etc.”
In addition to meeting the institutions, the qualified students also got application fee waivers and scholarships. The scholarships can range from a fee bursary to a 50 per cent scholarship of tuition fee for select students. One can also visit the IDP office to pre-register for priority processing and detailed counseling with trained and experienced Australia counselors.
Friday 8 September 2017
The Hindu in School and CL Educate organised the Knowledge Conclave 2017 at The Park hotel here on Thursday.
The theme for this year’s conclave was “Higher Education and New Age Learning Pedagogy’. A number of academicians, corporate professionals and principals of prominent schools in Delhi and the National Capital Region spoke at the event.
Change in technology
Satya Narayan R., the founder of CL Educate, said, “It is important that children are taught the meta skill of learning. Research shows that 6 of 10 jobs in 2025 are not yet known. With time there will be a change in technology and it is important that students learn the skill of adapting to it.”
The first panel discussion had Jyoti Gupta, the principal of Delhi Public School Ghaziabad; Vijay Datta, the principal of Modern School Barakhamba Road; Anuj Bhasin, the Trade Commissioner, Education, Government of Canada; and Poonam Devdutt, the director, School of Business Studies, Shobhit University Meerut; as panellists.
The discussion on “Institutions and Schools: Area for Collaboration” saw the panellists emphasise the importance of linkage between schools and universities.
“Institutions of higher education and schools need to be connected to develop skills which will make them employable. The point of good education is to have a good life. I have my doubts whether we are producing happy children despite concentrating on improving efficiency,” said Dr. Devdutt.
Emphasising the importance of vocational courses, Dr. Datta said, “As educators, we need to develop respect for labour work. A shoemaker who is doing his job well is as important to the nation’s strength as the Prime Minister. It is important that we recognise this fact.”
“In foreign countries, equal importance is given to vocational courses as well as academic courses. The Central Board of Secondary Education [CBSE] and Delhi University [DU] should sit together and charter a course that will help students. It is important to have an upward linkage,” said Ms. Gupta. The keynote address on “New age technologies for education” was delivered by Ritu Gupta, director, marketing, consumer and small business, Dell India.
However the firm says while it is a bad news to low-skilled persons, medium and high skilled will see a rise. This effect is also being felt globally. The firm also says that total jobs of IT and BPO are expected to fall by 7.5 % in major countries like India, US and UK.
While the major reason for this shocking scenario is adoption of artificial intelligence. Routine jobs are being taken over by Robotic Process Automation (RPA). They say that Robotics is going to take over high-intensive and high-throughput jobs.
IT and BPO industry is feeling these shockwaves and youth need to migrate to the robotic technology which is the future. Lets see how fast Indian Government take steps to get updated with this trend.
Thursday 7 September 2017
Roland-Jones is the only change to the side that suffered a surprise five-wicket defeat by the West Indies in the second Test at Headingley as the tourists levelled the three-match series at 1-1.
The 29-year-old, who made his debut in the recent home series win over South Africa, was omitted despite taking 14 wickets at under 20 apiece in his first three Tests and was replaced in Leeds by Chris Woakes.
Now, however, the roles are reversed with Roland-Jones coming back into the side at Warwickshire all-rounder Woakes's expense.
"Home conditions, he (Roland-Jones) obviously knows the surfaces and is bowling very well at the moment," Root told reporters at Lord's on Wednesday when asked to explain the change in his XI.
"It's obviously very difficult to leave somebody like Chris out, he's been a consistent performer in Test cricket for England.
"But this is a team I think is going to win this week," star batsman Root added the day before Thursday's start.
"There's plenty of cricket to be played throughout the rest of this summer and he (Woakes) is a fantastic performer across all formats. I fully expect him to come back strong.
Wednesday 6 September 2017
Vodafone has started sending messages to its customers. It has been said that, according to the government order, it is necessary to link the Vodafone mobile number to the support card. You can go to the nearest retailers to continue their service. According to the order, this process will be completed before 6 February 2018. That is, after that it is possible that the service can not be stopped by issuing a support card to the mobile user. Of course, these messages are being sent to all people, not just for all people. However, by this message it is clear that, if you do not link your support, your number may also be closed.
It is worth mentioning that work on the retail store has already started linking from the mobile. However, all telecom companies will re-certify the verification of all existing customers. Includes prepaid and postpad users. Its verification support will be based on a card based E-KYC processor.
Tuesday 5 September 2017
If you have been following the news lately, then you probably already know about the Galaxy Tab A 8.0 tablet which Samsung has been working on. Recently, we had also informed that it will be the first tablet to be launching with the company’s own Bixby assistant. However, now, we have yet another piece of info about the tablet, coming from a reliable source.
According to the source, it looks like the Samsung Galaxy Tab A 8.0 will be launched as Galaxy Tab A2 S. Yes, this is indeed quite an unusual decision coming from the company, especially, when there are already a ton of rumors out there about this tablet. However, this is what we have with us right now. The model number (SM-T380 / SM-T385), however, remains the same and it has also been reported that it will carry the same set of specs as well.
It is worth noting that Samsung is indeed known for going with complicated names for their devices. There have been instances in the past, where the company had launched smartphones like “Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge Plus” which is a mouthful. And this alleged new name for the tablet is also no different. But we just hope that it will be a great offering for the consumers in the market who are still looking for a decent tablet offering.
As far as the specs are concerned, it has been reported in the past that this tablet will carry an 8-inch display on the front with a resolution of 1200 x 800 pixels. Internally, it is expected to be powered by a 1.4GHz quad-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 427 processor and this is expected to be coupled with 2GB of RAM and 16GB of internal storage. Coming to the optics, we are looking at an 8MP rear-facing shooter, whereas on the front, it looks like there is a 5MP selfie camera.
As mentioned earlier in our previous post about this tablet, this is expected to be the first tablet to carry Bixby assistant with it. Now, talking about the pricing and the availability, there is no official wording, however, we won’t be surprised to see this tablet being unveiled at IFA 2017 show floor as early as next week. Having said that, be sure to let us know your thoughts on this by leaving a comment down below, letting know what do you think about this tablet.
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Monday 4 September 2017
Like Twitter and Facebook, your account can now be verified on the Whats App. Whats App is said to be in the process of launching a new app in India for business. Large organizations and companies can now interact with customers through a verified account.
Customers will be able to communicate directly with company and organization. A yellow chatbox will be provided for this. This chatbox can not be dealt with. If you do not want to talk to a company, it will be synonymous to blocking.
Watts App in India has started testing this feature, according to the 'factter daily'.
In the alleged form this service book is started by My Show. Book My Show has also sent ticket bookings confirmation to customers. A user shared his screenshot on Twitter.
Sunday 3 September 2017
In order to provide adequate essential ingredients for the children, the state government will provide pregnant snacks to the children of Gujarat's higher education in addition to mid-day meals. The children in which Thepalas, Dry Bhaji, Veg.Khichadi are now included in the menu. Apart from this, dal flakes and mithia will also serve children in the breakfast. The state government has taken an important decision. School children will be given a protein-rich breakfast. There will be chickpeas, troughs, sukhdi and mixes of dal and pulses.
According to the Nutritionian Recommendation, Children's Union has prepared weekly menu and sent it to Education Department. The Education Department has approved the approval of passing the resolution. Therefore, Gujarat has become the first state in this country to make such a decision. Earlier, no midday meal was offered under the mid-day meals for the teachers of the schools. But now students will get breakfast besides meals.
It is believed that actors in their bid to make it big in the showbiz industry often skip studies and head straight to film studios. Or they resume studies when they feel it is absolutely important. Read on to know the educational qualifications of the stars you’ve loved getting into the skin of the character roles like reputed writers, scientists, engineers, etc.
The shehenshah of Bollywood is perfect in every sense. Being the son of legendary poet Harivansh Rai Bachchan, he could never leave words behind. In addition to a double majors in Science and Arts from Kirori Mal College of Delhi University, he also earned a honorary doctorate from Queensland University in Australia.
Shah Rukh KhanKing Khan was an all-rounder since his school days and went on to pursue his higher education with the same passion. Shah Rukh has a degree in Economics from Hansraj College. He was pursuing his Masters in Mass Communication when his career kicked off. And he had to skip studies in the final year.
This beautiful actress has it all. Parineeti wanted to become an investment banker. She has a triple honours degree in business, finance and economics from Manchester Business School in United Kingdom. She also worked with Yash Raj banner in its marketing and public relations division.
Varun DhawanApart from leaving an indelible impact on girls with his entertaining performances, Varun has also been performer when it came to studies. He holds a degree in Business Management from Nottingham Trent University. Also, he had assisted director Karan Johar in his film My Name Is Khan.
Saturday 2 September 2017
After the new prices implemented from today, the consumer will have to pay Rs.633 instead of 60% for domestic cylinders.
Due to increase in cost, the amount deposited in the Linkup Bank account will also increase from 78.99 to Rs. 14,571.
The commercial kits of 19 kilos, which were available in Rs1036 so far, will now have to pay Rs.1149.P.
Artists and students of art schools have a task – to do up the compound walls of government institutions with attractive paintings on Mysuru Dasara, folk art and much more in the Core Heritage Area (CHA) here.
Students from Chamarajendra Academy of Visual Arts (CAVA), Sri Kalaniketana School of Arts, Ravi Varma School of Arts and Vyjayanthi School of Arts have been roped in by the Mysuru City Corporation to beautify the compound walls with attractive paintings that enliven the streets ahead of Dasara.
The compound walls of only the government departments and institutions are being painted by the young artists, who are using water paints to give a facelift to walls that are covered with unwanted posters and other publicity material.
Santosh, an artist from Sri Kalanikenatan School of Arts, told The Hindu that his team of artists has been working on the walls for ten days now. “Like us, students and artists from other schools have been allotted walls by the MCC and are also painting them for over a week now,” he said.
The artists said the compound walls near the palace, J.K. Ground, and Dasara exhibition ground are getting a makeover
Governments have been reluctant to continue their involvement in funding education but retain control of sector for social justice as well as electoral politics. To suit this, quick fix methods are employed and a comprehensive policy framework for regulation and delivery of services is not in place. Current agencies such as the UGC, AICTE, NCTE, and MCI etc. are engaged in routine tasks of overseeing rules for permissions to start institutions; their contribution to standards, quality, content and delivery mechanisms is not fully visible yet, said Dr. Madhu Kumar, secretary and correspondent of Dr. L. Bullayya College at the monthly round table of Centre for Policy Studies on Thursday. In a comprehensive presentation he covered a wide and complex area of higher education involving parents, students and teachers.
It was noteworthy that the elite institutions are government funded but big money is channelled to ordinary private institutions, he said.
Referring to pressure students are undergoing, he said: “Students have come under extreme pressure in this reality of parental expectations and their inability to cope with either because of lack of aptitude or improper delivery from deficient colleges.” Some have taken the extreme step of suicides but a good number have taken refuse in substance abuse or social media abuse”.
The solution lies in a calm and dispassionate study of the situation by parents, teachers and the larger society to enable our younger generation to display their potential and contribute to national development.
Intervening, K.C. Reddy, former APSCHE chairman, stressed the need for evolving strategies to make the public-private models integral part of the system keeping in mind the changing objectives in the emerging knowledge economy.” Centre director A. Prasanna Kumar spoke.
Friday 1 September 2017
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Stop-long positions at 9,825. Stop-short positions at 9,930.
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Stop-long positions at 24,200.
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Target price: Rs 240
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Target price: Rs 650
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Speaking to media, Patra said, “Discussion between government and teachers has reached final stage and at any moment the decision may be declared.”
The grant-in-aid system will be implemented soon after the abolition of block grant rule, he added.
The government had held discussions with the teachers thrice earlier. But these discussions remained inconclusive.
Block grant school teachers and lecturers have been sitting on dharna at the Lower PMG for last 17 days.
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