Wednesday, February 28, 2018

FNPO observe call attention day on 15/03/2018 along with All India protest day.

RTP Cases-Clarification from Directorate

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TIMELY COMMENCEMENT OF FAMILY PENSION IN FAVOUR OF SPOUSE BY BANKS IN THE EVENT OF DEATH OF THE PENSIONERS


Central Government Employees Group Insurance Scheme-1980-Table of Benefits for the saving fund for the period from 01.01.2018 to 31.03.2018

Guidelines on Air Travel on Official Tours - Purchase of air ticket from authorized agent.

Instructions for the purchase of laptops, notebooks and similar devices for eligible officers revised guideline

Monday, February 26, 2018

Corrigendum-Declaration of Supplementary Result in respect of Limited Departmental Competitive Examination (LDCE) for Promotion to the Cadre of Postal Service Group 'B' -2O12 held on 3rd June 2O12.

Declaration of Supplementary result in respect of LDCE for Promotion to the cadre of PS GR. B - 2012 held on 3rd June 2012

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In Pursuance with the orders dated 10.10.2017 of Hon'ble Supreme Court in SLP No. 24725/2017 Declaration of Supplementary result in respect of Limited Departmental Competitive Examination  for Promotion to the cadre of PS GR. B -2012 held on 3rd June 2012.


Workshop with representatives of Service Unions on sensitization of IPPB.

Worker rights in India:when actions fail words

The third edition of IRBI 2017 highlights that there is no apparent improvement in the way companies treat their employees despite incorporating progressive policies for worker welfare, safety and rightsNew Delhi: Although businesses in India have over the years significantly progressed in recognizing and committing to better worker’s rights, safety and well-being, most companies are still laggards when it comes to translating intention into action.
The third edition of India Responsible Business Index (IRBI) 2017 highlights that there is no apparent improvement in the way companies treat their employees despite incorporating progressive policies for worker welfare, safety and rights, and draws attention to the fact that a lot remains to be done when it comes to actual implementation of policy commitments.
IRBI ranks the top 100 BSE-listed companies on their performance on five parameters—inclusive supply chain, community as stakeholders, community development, employee dignity and human rights and non-discrimination at the workplace.
In ensuring non-discrimination of employees at workplace, IRBI finds that the public sector companies are placed better than the private companies. Out of top 100 BSE-listed firms, 75 companies have recognized the principle of non-discrimination and equal opportunities in recruitment. However, only 27 entities recognize the principle of non-discrimination in the composition of company boards, of which 24 are private.
Pritha Venkatachalam, partner at Bridgespan Group, a philanthropy advisory, says that while the companies may be improving on some indicators, overall they need to do lot more towards being “more responsible”, particularly on element of fair pay, benefits, provision for the disabled and disadvantaged. “It is a deep concern that only few companies provide medical insurance or provident fund (PF) benefits or how much companies are treating importance of fair pay or well-being of their employees,” she notes.
Only 14 companies have explicitly committed to respecting and paying minimum wages with just five gone a step further to recognize “fair living wages”. Likewise, only six companies have recognized providing benefits such as PF and medical insurance to its contractual employees. Just eight companies disclosed on assessing the situation of worker rights and labour issues in core businesses.
Although there are no specific laws that would oblige a business to provide for a discrimination-free working environment, vulnerable groups get their protection under the (Prevention of Atrocities) Amendment Act, 2015.
The Rights of Persons with Disabilities (PWD) Act 2016, the IRBI notes, does not seem to have had a “significant influence” on companies to disclose their policies on PWD. While 81 companies disclosed the number of PWD in their workplaces, only 19 companies have recognized creation of disabled-friendly workspaces as part of their policy commitment. “It is one thing to say that you recognize the principle of equal opportunities and not-discriminating, but in terms of actual day-to-day recognition as well as provision of facilities, I think the companies are not doing enough,” says Venkatachalam of Bridgespan.
A similar assessment is drawn by S.V. Nathan, chief talent officer and partner at Deloitte India, who says Indian companies need to do much more when it comes to creating disability-friendly spaces. “While there is intention, I don’t think there is much action. With regard to creating work space that could be called safe places, or that support people with disability that has not happened,” he notes.
IRBI says that 48 firms identify caste as an identity that needs to be proactively included for diversity in an organization, but only 15 companies disclose numbers of scheduled caste (SC) and ST (scheduled tribe) employees of which 14 are PSUs. Tata Steel is the only private company that has disclosed that SC/ST communities form more than 16% of its workforce. Nathan of Deloitte explains that the PSUs are doing well on this aspect because of the “affirmative action” on diversification of workforce as a result of inclusion by mandate due to clear government guidelines and policy regarding it.
The report states that Sebi has reported a 12% increase in prevention of sexual harassment-related cases in their 2017 report, while a far more disturbing trend is the analysis of the indicator of “proximity of offenders to victims” where the figure of nearly 35% attempts of women abuse have been reported from workplaces or related business spaces.
On their part, some companies assert recognizing the need to identify and address actual or potentially adverse human rights risks that may be encountered directly or indirectly through its activities and business relationships. “We do so by creating awareness within employees, and ensuring that they ask questions, seek clarification and report potential human rights violations without fear of reprisal or retaliatory action,” says Sumit Mitra, head of human resources and corporate services at Godrej Industries Ltd and associate companies. Godrej Consumer Products Ltd ranks ninth on the IRBI index on the employee well-being parameter.
Source; livemint

Technology, better supervision needed to tackle banking malpractices: CII

NEW DELHI, FEBRUARY 25
A twin strategy of better monitoring and supervision of banks and spreading the best corporate governance standards could help tackle financial frauds such as the one uncovered recently in Punjab National Bank, the Confederation of Indian Industry (CII) said on Sunday.
“Government, regulators and industry must act fast to address systemic risks in the financial sector. The three key solutions for the banking sector are better management and operational efficiencies, use of technology such as blockchain and big data analytics, and lowering Government shareholding in public sector banks,” said CII President Shobana Kamineni in a release here. “Such financial malfeasance perpetrated by a collusion of unethical business entities and corrupt officials should not lead to a situation where funds to industry get choked,” she said.
Technological advances can be a major enabler for ensuring monitoring of transactions that are subject to financial fraud and risks. Some banks are already deploying artificial intelligence, big data and blockchain technologies to better regulate their operations. It is important to minimise human interface in such transactions to lower the risk of misdemeanours, the release said.
Stressing the need for consolidating public sector banks into a few strong banks, she said the government could consider bringing down its stakes so that expert management practices and greater accountability can be brought in
Source:Business line. 

7th CPC PENSION REVISION STATUS

ANNUAL REPORT 2017-18 DEPARTMENT OF POSTS

Sunday, February 25, 2018

List of Staff Selection Commission (SSC) Examinations 2018-19


Here is the list of Staff Selection Commission (SSC) Examinations which would be conducted in the year of 2018-19. Aspirants who are interested in shaping their career in SSC, make use of this Time table. Matric Level, Higher Secondary Level, Graduate Level can check out these Examinations. We suggest the applicants make use of this opportunity because It is never too late to be what you might have been. Scroll down to get more details about the Time Table.
Note: Some of the examinations which are blank would be updated soon…
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Name of Examination
Date of Advt.
 Closing Date
Date of Exam
1
Examination for Selection Posts (Phase V) (CBE)
25.08.2017
24.09.2017
08.02.2018 (ML-V) 15.02.2018 (GL-V) 24.02.2018 (HSL-V) %
2
Combined Graduate Level Examination – 2017 (Tier-II)
-
-
17.02.2018 To 21.02.2018 (CBE)* P-I 10:30AM to 12:30PM P-II 03.:15PM to 5.15PM 22.02.2018 P-III -10:30AM to 12:30PM P-IV - 03.:15PM to 5.15PM
3
Combined Graduate Level Examination – 2017 (Tier-III)
-
-
31.03.2018 (Des**) (Saturday)
4
Combined Higher Secondary Level (10+2) Exam., 2017(Tier-I)
18.11.2017
27.12.2017
04.04.2018 to 26.04.2018 (CBE)*
5
Junior Engineer (Civil, Electrical & Mechanical) Examination – 2017 (Paper-II)
-
-
29.04.2018 (Des**)
6
Combined Graduate Level Examination – 2017 (Tier-IV)
-
-
Will be notified is Result write up Tier-III
7
Rectt. of SI in CAPFs, ASI in CISF and SI in Delhi Police Examination -2018 (Paper-I)
03.03.2018
02.04.2018
04.06.2018 to 10.06.2018 (CBE)
8
Recruitment for Constables (GD) in CAPFs Exam-2017 ++
To be notified
 later
13.06.2018 to 07.07.2018 (CBE)
9
Examination for Selection Posts Phase – VI/2018 ^
April,2018
July, 2018(CBE)
10
10 Combined Higher Secondary (10+2) Exam., 2017 (Tier-II)
-
- 08.07.2018 (Des**)
11
11 Combined Graduate Level Exam,2018 (Tier-I)
21.04.2018
25.05.2018
25.07.2018 to 20.08.2018 (CBE)
12
12 Combined Jr. Hindi Translator in Subordinate Office//Hindi Pradhyapak Exam. – 2018 (Paper-I)
02.06.2018
26.06.2018
26.08.2018(CBE)
13
Stenographer Grade ‘C’ & ‘D’ Examination – 2018
07.07.2018
30.07.2018
04.09.2018 to 08.09.2018 (CBE)
14
Combined Jr. Hindi Translator in Subordinate Office//Hindi Pradhyapak Exam. – 2018 (Paper-II)
-
-
04.11.2018 (DES)
15
Junior Engineer (Civil, Electrical & Mechanical) Examination – 2018 (Paper-I)
01.09.2018
23.09.2018
14.11.2018 to 20.11.2018 (CBE)
16
Combined Graduate Level Examination – 2018 (Tier-II & III)
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-
 27.11.2018 to 30.11.2018 (P-II CBE)
17
Rectt. of SI in CAPFs, ASI in CISF and SI in Delhi Police Exam -2018 (Paper-II)
-
-
01.12.2018 (CBE*)
18
18 Multi-Tasking (Non-Technical) Staff Examination-2018 (Paper-I)
04.08.2018
31.08.2018
Dec. 2018 &Jan. 2019 To be notified later (CBE)
19
Examination for Selection Posts Phase – VII/2018 ^
01.12.2018
30.12.2018
February 2019(CBE)
20
Combined Graduate Level Examination – 2018 (Tier- III)
-
-
To be notified later (P-III Des**)
21
Combined Higher Secondary (10+2) Exam., 2018 (Tier-I)
03.11.2018
30.11.2018
To be notified later(CBE)
22
Combined Graduate Level Examination –2018 (Tier-IV)
-
-
Skill Test
23
Combined Higher Secondary (10+2) Exam., 2018 (Tier-II)
-
-
To be notified later (DES)
Types of Examinations
  • (*) – CBE – Computer Based Examination
  • (**) – DES – Descriptive Paper
  • (^) – Selection Post Examination
  • (++) – Non –Mandated Examination
Types of Levels
  • % ML (Matric Level)
  • HSL (Higher Secondary Level)
  • GL (Graduate Level)

Intelligence Bureau Recruitment for 134 Intelligence Officer

Intelligence Bureau released the IB Recruitment 2018 Notification. The Intelligence Bureau Recruitment 2018 Notification has 134 vacancies of Deputy Central Intelligence Officer and Assistant Central Intelligence Officer Posts. Candidates who are preparing Central Government Jobs can apply for IB Vacancy 2018 @ mha.nic.in. Aspirants can also get the More Details of IB Jobs 2018 in below sections.

Details of Intelligence Bureau Recruitment

ORGANIZATION NAME: Intelligence Bureau
POST NAME: Deputy Central Intelligence Officer, Assistant Central Intelligence Officer
NO OF VACANCIES: 134
QUALIFICATION: Check below
END DATE: within 60 days from the date of Advertisement
WEBSITE: mha.nic.in
NAME OF THE POSTSNO. OF VACANCIES
Deputy Central Intelligence Officer/ Executive80
Assistant Central Intelligence Officer – I/ Executive54
Total134
AGE LIMIT:
  • Maximum – 56 years
PAY SCALE:
  • Deputy Central Intelligence Officer: Rs.56,000/- to 77,500/-
  • Assistant Central Intelligence Officer: Rs.47,600/- to 1,51,100/-
APPLY MODE:
  • Offline
SELECTION PROCESS:
  • Written Examination/ Interview
IMPORTANT DATES:
  • Advertisement Date: 22nd February 2018
  • Last Date Apply: within 60 days from the date of Advertisement
OFFICIAL NOTIFICATION:
Click here to download Application Form
HOW TO APPLY FOR INTELLIGENCE BUREAU EXAM 2018
  • Log on to Intelligence Bureau official website at www.mha.nic.in.
  • Click on to “What’s New” Section.
  • Now click on “Job Opening – 2018-19” link.
  • Check the Notification and Download Application Form.
  • Fill the Application Form and Send to the below address.
POSTAL ADDRESS:
The Joint Deputy Director/ G,
Intelligence Bureau,
Ministry of Home Affairs,
35, SP Marg, New Delhi – 21
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Indian Oil Corporation Limited Recruitment for Junior Engineer

Indian Oil Corporation Limited Recruitment Notification 2018, Indian Oil Corporation Limited (IOCL) released notification for the recruitment of Junior Engineering Assistant. All Eligible and Interested Candidates Can Apply Online Before or On 10th March 2018. More details of IOCL Recruitment like Qualification & Eligibility Criteria, Selection procedure, Age Limit or how to apply are given below.

Details of Recruitment of Indian Oil Corporation Limited (IOCL)

ORGANIZATION NAME: Indian Oil Corporation Limited (IOCL)
POST NAME: Junior Engineering Assistant-IV
NO OF VACANCIES: 14
QUALIFICATION: Check below
END DATE: 25.03.2018.
WEBSITE: www.iocl.com
POST NAME:
  • Junior Engineering Assistant-IV (Production): 08 Posts
  • Junior Engineering Assistant-IV (Instrumentation)/Junior Technical Assistant – IV: 04 Posts
  • Junior Engineering Assistant-IV (Fire & Safety): 01 Post
  • Junior Materials Assistant – IV: 01 Post
QUALIFICATION:
  • Junior Engineering Assistant-IV (Production): 3 years Diploma in Chemical/ Refinery & Petrochemical Engineering or B.Sc. (Maths, Physics, Chemistry or Industrial Chemistry) from a recognized Institute/ University with minimum of 50% marks in aggregate for General & OBC candidates & 45% in case of SC candidates against reserved positions.
  • Junior Engineering Assistant-IV (Instrumentation)/ Junior Technical Assistant – IV: 3 years Diploma in Instrumentation/ Instrumentation & Electronics/ Instrumentation & Control Engineering from a recognized Institute/University with minimum of 50% marks in aggregate for General & OBC candidates & 45% in case of SC/PwBD candidates against reserved/identified for PwBD positions.
  • Junior Engineering Assistant-IV (Fire & Safety): Matric plus Sub-Officers’ Course from NFSC- Nagpur or Equivalent (Regular Course) from any recognized institute, with Heavy Vehicle Driving License. Physical Standards (Minimum): Height: 165 CM, Weight: 50 Kg, Chest: Normal: 81 CM, Expanded: 86.5 CM, and Eyesight normal (6/6 in both the eyes; without glasses), color vision normal and Free from – Vertigo problem, disease of heart/lungs/kidney, abnormal blood pressure, Knock Knee, Flat Feet, Squint eye and stammering.
  • Junior Materials Assistant-IV: 3 years Diploma in Mechanical/Electrical/Instrumentation Engg. from recognized Institute/University with minimum of 50% marks in aggregate for General candidates.
AGE LIMIT:
  • Minimum 18 years and Maximum age shall be 26 years for General candidates as on 28.02.2018.
PAY SCALE:
  • Rs.11,900-32,000/-
APPLY MODE:
  • Online
SELECTION PROCESS:
  • The selection methodology will comprise Written Test and a Skill/Proficiency/Physical Test (SPPT) which will be of qualifying nature.
  • A candidate will have to secure a minimum of 40% marks in the written test to qualify for further consideration
  • The minimum qualifying marks in the written test will be relaxed by 5% for candidates belonging to SC/ST/PwBD categories considered against reserved positions.
APPLICATION FEE:
  • Nil
IMPORTANT DATES:
  • Date of Opening of Online Application: 17.02.2018
  • Last Date of Submission of Online Application: 10.03.2018
  • Last Date of Receipt of Printout of Online Application: 24.03.201
  • Tentative Date of Written Test: 25.03.2018
  • Likely Date of Publication of Written Test Result: 17.04.2018
OFFICIAL NOTIFICATION:
Click here to download Official Notification
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