RRB NTPC Results CEN 03/2015 to be declared on September 19 or 20: Check results at rrbbpl.nic.in

RRB NTPC Results CEN 03/2015 to be declared on September 19 or 20: Check results at rrbbpl.nic.in

New Delhi: The Railway Recruitment Board will declare NTPC Results CEN 03/2015 by September 19 or 20.

After qualifying in the preliminary exam, candidates are called for the main written exam. A merit list is prepared on the basis of the result of the main exam.

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Candidates’ final selection will be on the basis of merit position obtained in the second stage CBT and/or result of Aptitude Test/Typing Skill Test, wherever applicable.

The second stage Computer Based Test (CBT) Examination is likely to include 120 multiple choice objective questions related to General Awareness, Arithmetic, General Intelligence and Reasoning.

The duration of the exam will be of 90 minutes.

NSUI complains of malpractice in DUSU election, approaches grievance cell

Image result for NSUI complains of malpractice in DUSU election, approaches grievance cellNew Delhi: The National Students Union of India (NSUI) on Monday complained of opacity and malfunctioning of Electronic Voting Machines (EVM) during the recently concluded Delhi University Students Union (DUSU) elections, in which they managed to secure only one seat, that of Joint Secretary, out of four.

A delegation of NSUI comprising Oscar Fernandes, Member of Parliament (MP); K. C. Mittal, Secretary of All India Congress Committee (AICC); Amrita Dhawan, National President, NSUI, along with several lawyers approached the Grievance Redressal Committee and presented their demands which included recounting of votes and video recording of the counting of votes.

“On the day when the election was announced, we met the Election Commission and asked for cameras to be installed during the counting process so that transparency is ensured… The counting was happening on twelve different tables, how is one candidate supposed to see all the tables simultaneously? It took only 45 minutes for the counting of 140 machines. There is something amiss in the entire process,” Amrita Dhawan said before the grievance committee.

She also raised the issue of faulty EVMs at several colleges where the ballot ‘5’ (NSUI’s ballot) was “unpressable”, and in one case votes that were supposed to go to NSUI went to ABVP (Akhil Bhartiya Vidyarthi Parishad), the party which won the other three seats.

“In Lakshmi Bai college, ballot no 5 for President post was not pressable because of glue. In KMC, 5 was not pressable and when students raised it with the teachers, they were asked to press any other button that was pressable. In Aurobindo College, for anyone pressing ballot no 5, the light for ballot 1 was blinking,” Dhawan said.

“Several calls were made to 100 regarding these issues. When it was raised with the Chief Election Officer, he messaged saying ‘issue resolved’. The very fact that he said the issue has been resolved acknowledges the existence of the problems to begin with,” Dhawan added.

The delegation also demanded the number of votes polled per voting machine as secured by each candidate be made available to them and that no office-bearer takes charge of the DUSU office until the issue is resolved.

NSUI has also refused to file the details of the expenses incurred by it during the campaign, which each party is required to file within two days of the announcement of the results.

The results of the yearly DUSU elections were declared on Friday; according to which ABVP bagged three seats, those of President, Vice President and General Secretary. NSUI, after a drought of two years managed to win one seat this year.

Here’s how to apply for CWE RRBs V at Institute of Banking Personnel Selection official website ibps.in

IBPS RRB Exam 2016 notification out! Here's how to apply for CWE RRBs V at Institute of Banking Personnel Selection official website ibps.inNew Delhi: The Institute of Banking Personnel Selection (IBPS) has released the official notification for recruitment to Group “A”-Officers (Scale-I, II & III) and Group “B”-Office Assistants (Multipurpose).

The eligible aspirants who are interested to join any of the Regional Rural Banks listed at (A) as Group “A”-Officers (ScaleI, II & III) and Group “B”-Office Assistants (Multipurpose) can register themselves for the Common Recruitment Process (CWE for RRBs-V).

Last date to apply is September 30.

The application form could be submitted in the online format at the official website of IBPS i.e http://ibps.in/

The selection of the candidates will be done on the basis of performance in Common Written Examination.

The exam will be segregated into two tier format i.e. the online examination will be held in two phases, preliminary and main.

Candidates who will qualify in preliminary examination and shortlisted further will have to appear for Main examination and shortlisted candidates in the main examination will subsequently be called for interview.

JNU crackdown reason for ABVP’s defeat, say students

JNU crackdown reason for ABVP's defeat, say students

New Delhi: A day after the Left alliance of All India Students Association (AISA) and Students Federation of India (SFI) swept the JNU students union election, students gave the February 9 incident — when protesters, including current students union President Kanhaiya Kumar, were arrested — as the prime reason for the overwhelming mandate against ABVP (Akhil Bharatiya Vidyarthi Parishad).

“I am not happy as such that AISA has come to power, but because the ABVP has lost. And ABVP had to lose because of its role in the JNU crackdown. It is against minority, against women and has a patronising attitude towards students,” Sushil Kumar, who is doing his PhD from School of Indian Languages (SIL), told IANS.

“But AISA is not as completely honest as it claims to be. It hasn’t addressed the students’ issues in the last one year, even in the aftermath of the February 9 incident. They didn’t condemn the government actions, nor their nationalism discourse. It spoke in the government’s tone and made concessions, instead of coming out with a well-rounded rebuttal against them,” he added.

Shrimant Jainendra, another PhD student from SIL, blamed the ABVP for its defeat, and interpreted the election result as not just AISA’s victory but also the ascent of the Birsa Ambedkar Phule Students’ Association (BAPSA) as a rising star.

“The February 9 incident could have been dealt with at the administrative level, but the way ABVP called the media channels before the protests were to start and later termed JNU’s women students ‘prostitutes’, worked heavily against them. Students expressed their anger by voting for AISA and BAPSA,” Jainendra told IANS.

“There is disaffection against the Left too among the students. And that is clearly manifested in the robust support BAPSA got during the polls. A big section of students which hail from OBC (Other Backward Classes), SC (Scheduled Caste) section this time perceived a favourable alternative in BAPSA, as a result of which they received unexpected number of votes,” Jainendra added.

The Birsa Ambedkar Phule Students Association turned out to be a surprise party this elections, with its presidential candidate Sonpimple Rahul coming second to President-elect Mohit Kumar Pandey of AISA in a close contest.

A former supporter of ABVP, Dhirendra, from School of Language (SL), also accused the the BJP-affiliated party of “spreading a lot of negativity” about the JNU campus during the February crackdown.

“AISA is one of the most vibrant parties in the campus and has done a lot of hard work in the last one year for students. The mandate which they have received is completely just, while on the other hand students could’nt forget what ABVP had done during the February incident. JNU voters are very conscious of campus politics and they voted keeping all that in mind,” Dhirendra told IANS. He suggested the ABVP should engage in dialogue with the students more on their issues.

“Rahul Sonpimple of BAPSA is a very good debater, like Kanhaiya Kumar, and Left parties were a little cautious about the possibility of his winning the President’s post, just like the latter did last year. No one knew much about Jahnavi (ABVP presidential candidate); she was an unknown face in the campus,” he commented.

The Left alliance of SFI and AISA bagged the posts of President, Vice President, General Secretary and Joint Secretary in the results declared on Saturday.

The BJP-affiliated ABVP and the Congress-backed National Students Union of India (NSUI) were far behind in all four posts, while the newly-founded BAPSA gave a close fight.

The SFI, affiliated to the Communist Party of India-Marxist (CPI-M), and the AISA, the student wing of the Communist Party of India-Marxist-Leninist (CPI-ML), formed an alliance to fight the elections.

This was the first student election in the campus since the arrest of JNUSU President Kanhaiya Kumar — of the CPI-backed All India Students Federation — on charges of sedition after a group of students allegedly raised anti-India slogans at an event in February.

Over 300 students from tribal-dominated regions of Madhya Pradesh clear JEE, AIIMS

SALUTE! Over 300 students from tribal-dominated regions of Madhya Pradesh clear JEE, AIIMS

Bhopal: Over 300 students from financially weak families from the tribal-dominated regions of Madhya Pradesh have cleared competitive like JEE, AIIMS, AIPMT and NEET among others, thanks to initiatives taken by the state government.

“It is unbelievable but true that by pursuing studies in government schools, crossing barriers of financial crunch, 323 students of tribal dominated districts of the state have cleared JEE, AIIMS, AIPMT and NEET examinations,” a Public Relation Department Official said today.

Notably, 155 students of Mandla, Jhabua, Dhar and Chhindwara districts have achieved distinction to clear these examinations, while three belong to primitive Baiga tribe.

“Three students, belonging to Baiga tribe, have successfully cracked the NEET examination. These three students belong to the labour-class family,” he said. Success of these students has proved that “light of education” is spreading in the backward, tribal and interior parts of Madhya Pradesh.

Many unique experiments were encouraged in tribal districts. Projects like Navratna and Gyanarjan in Mandla district, Akansha project in Dindori, Prayas in Anuppur and project step in Jhabua were run to promote education among such pupils, the official said.

Under the Gyanarjan project, 85 students of Mandla district were selected in the JEE and NEET examination in the last two years. One of the student was selected for IIT Kharagpur last year.

The students of Baiga tribe who cleared NEET exam are Rameshwar of Singarpur village, Yogendra Kumar Dhurve and Rashmi Dhurve of village Ghughri.

The official said that 250 girls and boys have succeeded to clear JEE examination whereas 73 students have achieved distinction to clear NEET examination in the year 2016-17.

As many as 21 students belonging to Schedule Tribe community were selected for the IITs.

Out of 73 students selected for NEET, 53 students belong to Schedule Tribe community. In 2015-16, 153 girls/boys students of the reserved category had cleared these examinations.

Success of these students has proved that “light of education is spreading” in the backward, tribal and interior parts of Madhya Pradesh, he added.

CBSE to hold Central Teacher Eligibility Test in Jammu for Srinagar candidates

CBSE to hold Central Teacher Eligibility Test in Jammu for Srinagar candidates

New Delhi: In view of Kashmir unrest, the CBSE has decided to hold its Central Teacher Eligibility Test (CTET) 2016 on September 18 in Jammu for candidates hailing from the violence-hit areas.

A notification in this regard has already been released on its official website.

The exam will be held for appointment of teachers for classes 1 to 8, India Today reported.

There is a total six exam centres in the state for the test.

And candidates can appear from any one of the centres.

The admit cards for the exam were released by CBSE on August 17.

Paper patten:

Paper I will be for a person who intends to be a teacher for classes I to V. It will be held from 2 pm to 4.30 pm.

Paper II will be for a person who intends to be a teacher for classes VI to VIII.

It will be held in the morning session from 9.30 am to 12 pm.

Separate test on any other date will not be conducted in any case. Therefore, the candidates of Srinagar (J&K) have the option to choose any one of the exam centres either in Srinagar (J&K) or in Jammu.

Candidates can appear at any of the below mentioned examination centre.

Next UGC-NET exam will be on Jan 22: CBSE

Next UGC-NET exam will be on Jan 22: CBSE

New Delhi: The Cetral Board of Secondary Education will conduct UGC-NET examination on January 22 next year.

“It is notified that CBSE will conduct the next UGC-NET for Junior Research Fellowship & Eligibility for Assistant Professor on 22nd January 2017 (Sunday) at selected cities across India,” the CBSE said in a statement released today.

Javdekar inaugurates ‘Sarthi’ at three Rajasthan centers via video-conferencing

Image result for Javdekar inaugurates 'Sarthi' at three Rajasthan centers via video-conferencingChuru: There was great enthusiasm among students of this small town, some 200 kms from Rajasthan capital Jaipur, as they got an opportunity on Thursday to directly interact with Union Minister for Human Resource Development Prakash Javdekar and pepper him with questions on a variety of issues.

The interaction, under an initiative called “Sarthi”, was officially launched on International Literacy Day at three centers — Churu, Chaksu and Udaipur.

In Churu, about 500 students directly communicated with the minister as well as counsellors present at the three locations.

One student wanted the minister’s views on the “controversy related to high scoring by some state boards… like Tamil Nadu”, referring to students from the state getting admissions to prestigious Delhi University colleges because of their high grades.

“Don’t you think CBSE and state boards need a uniform syllabus,” asked the student.

The minister said the government is looking at instances such as these and was hoping to bring about some form of uniformity.

There was a question that since education is generally regarded as a slow-moving sphere of social policy, why has the ministry not been more pro-active?

“We are working towards bringing both qualitative and quantitative changes in education system,” the minister said.

This Sarthi initiative is expected to enable the youth gain the latest information on career opportunities and courses across the country to enable them exercise their options.

In a first-of-its-kind initiative, Javadekar was also joined by eminent educational and career counsellors who tried to answer the queries of young students both on higher education and career opportunities.

This one-to-one engagement was a rare opportunity for many young people of Churu, a town known for its extreme temperatures in both summer and winter. It was especially a boon for those who cannot afford to travel on their own to cities like Mumbai, Delhi and Jaipur.

They could not have dreamt of such an exposure to eminent educationists and counsellors as was provided to them on this year’s International Literacy Day through the joint efforts made by the Future Society, an NGO active in Churu since the last 8 years and the Vipra Foundation.

“This initiative will help rural youth to join universities and will provide them a platform and a proper path to build carrier,” Future Society vice president Sushil Sharma told IANS.

The initiative will help and guide students from Churu and other remote parts of Rajasthan to make informed choices about their future — be it higher studies or job opportunities, he said, adding: “Our effort will be to replicate this experiment on a larger scale both at the state and the national level.”

“Employment is a big problem for both rural and urban youth in the country. The reason for this is not only lack of opportunities but also lack of proper information.
Sarthi hopes to bridge that gap,” a statement said.

Rajasthan Labour and Employment Minister Surender Pal Singh said this project will certainly help in promoting the Make in India and Skill India initiatives.

 Political heat intensifies in JNU for Friday elections

Image result for Political heat intensifies in JNU for Friday electionsNew Delhi: A day before Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU) students go to polls on Friday to elect their representatives for the JNU Students Union, leading parties of the Left and BJP-affiliated ABVP are upbeat about their prospects of winning the polls.

After All India Students Federation (AISF) refused to enter the fray this year, the two other major Left parties — Students Federation of India (SFI) and All India Students Association (AISA) — have agreed upon a strategy to fight the elections jointly, in that neither of the parties will field its candidate for a post if there’s already one fielded by the other.

Although the alliance betrays a clear attempt to deliver a defeat to their main opposition, BJP-affiliated Akhil Bharatiya Vidyarthi Parishad (ABVP), Saurabh Sharma, joint-Secretary, JNU Students Union, from the latter party explains the reason for the alliance as erosion of faith among students towards Left parties after the February 9 protests in the campus and subsequent arrest of JNUSU president Kanhaiya Kumar.

“They have joined hands now because after the February 9 incident Left parties’ credibility had hit rock bottom. They did not work at all throughout the year, only politics, going to this rally and that, and never addressed the students’ issues,” Sharma told IANS.

Sharma criticised the Left Front as a whole in curbing dissensions, within and without, yet pretending to be well-wishers of minorities and champions of free speech.

“AISA single handedly scuttled the credibility of JNU by avoiding to take any action against its member in the August 20 rape case against a JNU student. JNU was at the forefront of agitation for gender justice after the ‘Nirbhaya’ incident, but all these Left parties don’t ever practice what they preach,” Sharma said.

Anmol Rata, an AISA activist and a Phd scholar at JNU, was accused of raping a first year Phd student from the same university. After being in hiding for three days, he surrendered to police on August 24.

Sharma also accused Leftist professors of “misusing” the Gender Sensitisation Committee against Sexual Harassment (GSCASH), the university watchdog for such cases formed in 1999 after Vishakha guidelines, to settle scores against those students who dare to disagree with them.

On the other hand, Mohit Pandey, presidential candidate from AISA, is confident of giving a drubbing to ABVP this election while writing off the National Students Union of India (NSUI) of the Congress as having no base.

“We will win the election to reclaim the democratic space, to work for the disabled students, and for transgender students through GSCASH… ABVP is a major opponent only because of BJP being in power at the Centre,” he said, while admitting that SFI is their partner in this election.

NSUI presidential candidate, Sunny Dhiman, too, said that winning the election is not an objective and his party is a small player. He emphasised that they are there for fighting the “larger issues” as the “Feb 9 incident connected JNU politics to bigger politics outside”.

“It was all a doing of the radical Left. They first raised anti-India slogans then retreated behind the argument for ‘azaadi’ when the heat was turned on them,” Dhiman told IANS.

Terming the radical Left of JNU as “two-faced and opportunistic”, he said, “Although I am an atheist I don’t see any point in slandering gods. When these people call Durga (the goddess) a prostitute or slander the Koran, then there will be chaos, and I am strongly opposed to such acts. AISA doesn’t believe in the Indian Constitution, yet when government came down heavily on its members after the February event they took refuge in Article 19 (A)… NSUI is not a big force in JNU but we will try to make sure AISA and ABVP don’t win the elections,” he concluded.

The date for declaration of election results has not been officially announced but it’s likely to be September 11.

JKBOSE HSC part two bi-annual 2016 (private) Kashmir results declared. Check Class 12 results here

JKBOSE HSC part two bi-annual 2016 (private) Kashmir results declared. Check Class 12 results here

Jammu: The Jammu and Kashmir Board of School Education (JKBOSE) has declared the results of Class 12 bi-annual (private) – Kashmir division.

Students who had appeared for the exam can check the results here: jkbose.co.in

Steps to check JKBOSE 12th class results private:

  • Visit http://jkbose.co.in/jkbresultpage.php?id=89599&ranid=90715
  • Submit your roll number or name to check the result
  • Check the results

The Jammu and Kashmir Board of School Education (JKBOSE) was established through a legislation under the Jammu and Kashmir State Board of School Education Act, 1975.