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Southern Railway Recruitment 2016 for Medical Consultant -Orthopedics and Other Posts


Southern Railway Jobs Notification:

Southern Railways- Medical Department, Thiruvananthapuram invited applications for the post of Medical Consultant -Orthopaedics and Other Posts

Important Date:
Last Date of Application: 10 June 2016

Eligibility Criteria for Southern Railway Medical Consultant -Orthopaedics and Other Jobs:

Educational Qualification:

·         Medical Consultant –Orthopaedics- Post Graduate Degree-MS (orthopaedics)
·         Medical Consultant –Laparoscopic Surgery- Post Graduate Degree-MS(Gen.Sugery) with 5 years experience in Laproscopic surgery
·         Medical Consultant –Neurology- MD,DM(Neurology)

Age Limit for Southern Railway Medical Consultant -Orthopaedics and Other Jobs - 30 to 64 years (Age Relaxation for SC/ST/OBC/PWD/Women, as per Govt. Rules)

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SBI recruitment 2016: Apply for Officer post before June 14

 SBI recruitment

The last date for online application is June 14.  

Vacancy details

Total posts: 19

Name of the posts:

Officers in Specialist Cadre

Important dates

The  online application submission will start from June 2.

The last date for the submission of an online application is June 14.  

The last date for the submission of a hard copy of online application is June 20.

How to apply

The candidates interested in these posts are required to fill in the online application atwww.sbi.co.in/careers.

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Northern Railways Recruitment 2016- Retired Stenographer and Ministerial Posts

Northern Railway Job Notification :

Northern Railways (NR Railways) invites application forms from eligible candidates interested to work as Stenographers and Ministerial Staff . The candidates 

will work in the office of the Chief Administrative Officer / Construction (CAO/C) Kashmere Gate, Northern Railway, Delhi on renumeration basis.

Who are eligible to Apply:

(a) Retired Railway employees within the age limit of 62 years who are willing and fit to work on daily remuneration basis.
(b) The maximum age limit for such re-engagement shall be 62 years of age and /or 14.9.16 which ever is earlier. This limit shall not be exceeded during the 

period of engagement.

Last date to apply for Northern Railway Retired Stenographer and Ministerial Staff jobs: 20 June 2016

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QUICK PREPARATION TIPS FOR SSC CGL 2016

The combined graduate level examination is conducted by the Staff Selection Commission annually for recruitment in various Gazetted and non-Gazetted government posts. It is a very prestigious examination, with over 10 lakhs students appearing annually. With the increasing competition and tier 1 examination round the corner, it is important for the appearing candidates to brush up their basics. This article will provide the candidates appearing this year with QUICK PREPARATION TIPS FOR SSC CGL 2016.

Basic Examination Pattern

This is a three-tier examination and the movement to the subsequent levels is dependent on the performance in the previous level. The following are the salient features of each tier:

  • Tier 1: It is a preliminary, objective type examination and consists of four sections, each having 50 questions with a total weightage of 200 marks. The time duration for this examination is 2 hours.

  • Tier 2: The mains examination is also an objective type written examination and consists of three sections. Qualitative Aptitude and Statistics contain 100 questions while English Language Comprehension section has 200 questions respectively with a total weightage of 200 marks each.

  • Tier 3: Those candidates who clear the minimum cut-offs of both the tiers become eligible for this level which includes Interview/ Computer Proficiency Test/ Skill test/ Document verification.

QUICK PREPARATION TIPS

The SSC CGL tier 1 examination is expected to be held in the month of August, 2016. With little time remaining for the examination, the candidates should follow the following strategies to enhance their chances of selection:

  • Time management: Divide your time for attempting each section and start with your strong sections. This will help you save time and attempt more questions.
  • Solve previous year’s question papers: Solving previous year’s papers will make you aware of the examination pattern and help in enhancing your accuracy and time management skills.
  • Take mock tests: Taking mock tests will help in preparing for the examination and boost your confidence.
  • Important topics:

Quantitative Aptitude: Practice questions from Arithmetic, Algebra, Geometry and Trigonometry thoroughly.

General Intelligence and reasoning: Analogy and classification, blood relations, syllogism, non-verbal reasoning, coding-decoding, direction and series form the most important part of this section.

General Awareness: This is the most scoring section. Most questions in this section are from Static general knowledge.

English comprehension: Some of the important topics are- idioms and phrases, one-word substitution, synonyms and antonyms, sentence errors, sentence completion, sentence rearrangement, jumbled-up sentences and reading comprehension.

Practice as much as possible and do not panic. Last minute stresses often ruin exams. So, simply relax and be confident to clear this examination.

All the best! 

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SSC CGL 2016 Exam Pattern

The Combined Level Graduate examination is conducted by the Staff Selection Commission every year. Lakhs of candidates appear annually in this prestigious examination generating stiff competition. It is thus important to be aware of the examination pattern. This article will provide you with all the necessary information regarding SSC CGL 2016 Exam Pattern.

Examination Scheme

This examination will have a three tier procedure for recruitment. The movement from one tier to another is dependent on the performance in the previous tier examination. The three tiers of this examination are:

  • Tier 1: Preliminary Examination
  • Tier 2: Mains Examination
  • Tier 3: Interview/ Computer Proficiency Test/ Skill Test/ Document Verification

The detailed pattern for each tier is as follows:        

Tier 1

The Preliminary Examination will be an objective type written examination including four sections. It will be a screening examination testing the basic knowledge and awareness of the candidates and only those candidates who clear the minimum cut-off of this examination will qualify for the tier 2 examination. It will be a bilingual examination with total time duration of 2 hours. The individual weightage of each section is as follows:

  • General Intelligence and reasoning: 50 questions, 50 marks
  • General awareness: 50 questions, 50 marks
  • Quantitative Aptitude: 50 questions, 50 marks
  • English comprehension: 50 questions, 50 marks

There will be a negative marking of 0.25 for each wrong answer. This exam is compulsory for all.

Tier 2

The tier 2 or mains examination is also an objective-type written examination. The movement to the next tier is subject to the performance of the candidate in this level. There are 3 sections in this examination and the total marks are 600. The important features of each section are as follows-

  • Paper I (Qualitative Aptitude): 100 questions, 200 marks
  • Paper II (English Language Comprehension): 200 questions, 200 marks
  • Paper III (Statistics): 100 questions, 200 marks
  • Paper I and paper II are compulsory for all candidates and Paper III is compulsory for the posts of Statistical Investigators Group II and compiler.

Tier 3

Those candidates who clear the cut-offs of both- the tier 1 and tier 2 examinations are eligible for this level. It is the final level of recruitment and includes Interview/ Computer Proficiency Test/ Skill test/ Document verification.

The All India merit list is then announced, taking into account the performance in each level and the posts are allotted to the candidates accordingly.

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SSC CGL 2016 Important Dates

The Staff Selection Commission is one of the premier recruitment commissions in India. It conducts the Combined Graduate Level examination annually for recruitment in various Central government Gazetted and non-Gazetted job posts like Assistant, Inspector, Auditor, tax assistant, Compiler etc. The SSC CGL is one of the most sought after examinations in the country, with lakhs of candidates appearing annually. The candidates who are willing to give this examination must complete the registration procedure before the given deadline.

This article will provide the SSC CGL 2016 Important Dates for the candidates appearing this year.

Tentative dates

The candidates appearing for this examination must be aware of the important dates and notifications of the same. The examination is conducted in three tiers including Preliminary examination, mains examination and the final interview/ Computer Proficiency Test/ Document Verification process. The following table will enlist the tentative dates for the tier 1 examination as issued by the SSC on their official website.

Starting Date of registration procedure

13th February 2016

Last Date of registration Part I

14th March 2016 extended to 21st March 2016

Last date of application Part II

extended to 24th March 2016

Examination Date (SSC CGL 2016 Tier-I)

From 27th August 2016

Examination Date (SSC CGL 2016 Tier-II)

Not yet announced

SSC CGL examination postponed

The Staff Selection commission has recently announced to postpone the Combined Graduate Level examination. The tier 1 examination was earlier supposed to be conducted on 8th May and 22nd May 2016. According to the official notification of the board, the tier 1 examination will now be held in the month of August, 2016. The exact dates for the same will be notified on the Commission’s website shortly.

The decision has been taken by the commission in order to improve the existing pattern of the examination, keeping in mind the interest of the candidates appearing for the examination. Meanwhile, the delay in conduction of the examination has given more time to the candidates to prepare for the tier 1 examination.

All the aspirants must note that this is the tentative schedule for the SSC Combined Level Graduate examination. The candidates must stay tuned to the official website (http://ssc.nic.in) for further notifications regarding the exact dates of the examination.

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SSC CGL 2016 FAQs

With the SSC CGL examination 2016 round the corner, the aspiring candidates might have some doubts and questions regarding it. This article will provide you with the frequently asked questions on this exam to help resolve your queries.

Question: What is SSC CGL Exam?

The Staff Selection Commission conducts the Combined Graduate Level examination every year for recruitment in various central government Gazetted and non-Gazetted posts like Assistant, Auditor, Compiler, Inspector, etc.

Question: What is the pattern of examinations conducted by the SSC?

Recruitment through the Combined Level Graduate Examination will be a three tier process. The movement to each consecutive level is dependent on the previous level’s performance. The three tiers of this examination are as follows:

  • Tier 1 exam: Preliminary Examination (objective MCQ pattern)
  • Tier 2 exam: Main Examination (objective MCQ pattern)
  • Tier 3 exam: Interview/ Skill Test/Computer Proficiency Test/ Document Verification

The candidates who clear the minimum cut-off of tier 1 and tier 2 examinations are eligible for tier 3 examination. The final allotment of posts takes place on the basis of the All India merit list which is formulated taking into account the performance of each level.

Question: What are the important dates for this examination?

  • Starting Date of registration procedure: 13th February 2016
  • Last Date of registration Part I: 14th March 2016 extended to 21st March 2016
  • Last date of application Part II: extended to 24th March 2016
  • Examination Date (SSC CGL 2016 Tier-I): 8th and 22nd May 2016

This is the tentative schedule. The tier 1 examination which was earlier supposed to be conducted on 8th May and 22nd May 2016 will now be held in the month of August, 2016. The exact dates for the same will be notified on the Commission’s website shortly.

Question: What are the age limits for the SSC CGL examination?

The age limit is 18 to 27 years on the crucial date generally. It is different for different posts and can be confirmed in the notice of exam on the official website (http://ssc.nic.in).

Question: Is there any Age Relaxation for SSC CGL Examination?

The age relaxation in the upper age limit for SCs/STs is five years, three years for OBCs and ten years for physically handicapped candidates. For widows, divorced women and judicially separated women, the age limit is 35 years for UR category; 40 years for SC/ST women and 38 years for OBC women.

Question: How long does it take to nominate candidates after declaration of the final results of an examination?

It generally takes about 30-40 days for the completion of the process. The candidates are then nominated to the respective ministries to which they have been allocated. The offer of appointment is issued to the candidates by the concerned ministry within a few months. 

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UPSC recruitment 2016: Apply for 257 jobs in EPFO

The last date to apply is June 23. The candidates can print the submitted copy of their completed forms latest by June 24. 

UPSC exam 2016: The Union Public Service Commission (UPSC) seeks applications in the Enforcement Officers/Accounts Officers in Employees’ Provident Fund Organisation, Ministry of Labour and Employment. Interested candidates may register online at the official website, upsc.gov.in.

The registration closes at 11:59 pm on June 23. The candidates can print the submitted copy of their completed forms latest by 11:59 pm on June 24.

The posts will carry a two year probation time and the successful candidates can be posted anywhere in the country except for the state of Jammu and Kashmir.

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