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SSC : CGL Suggested Reading

Combined Graduate Level Examination

SSC CGL Suggested Reading List:

The syllabus for the SSC CGL paper is vast, and require dedication and commitment. Good performance in the exam requires the candidate to practice different subjects.

The SSC CGL paper is divided into four sections, each being equally important. Thus, SSCPORTAL.IN is giving the list of suggested reading material, for the preparation of the SSC CGL exam.

(Final Result) SSC : Recruitment of Constable (GD) in CAPFs and Rifleman (GD) in Assam Rifles, 2013

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(Result) Recruitment of Constable (GD) in CAPFs and Rifleman (GD) in Assam Rifles, 2013

The Staff Selection Commission conducted written examination for recruitment of Constable (GD) in CAPFs and Rifleman (GD) in Assam Rifles Examination, 2012 on 12.05.2013 and Re-Examination on 24.11.2013 of those candidates who had qualified the PST/PET.

(Info) SSC : Incomplete on-line applications Form List For Junior Engineers Exam 2014

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Junior Engineers (C, E, M etc) Examination, 2014

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(Current Affairs For SSC Exams) Awards & Prize | March : 2014

March, 2014

Padma Awards for the Year 2014

The Union Government of India on the eve of the 65th Republic Day function announced the Padma Awards 2014. Pranab Mukherjee, the President of Union of India on 25 January 2013 approved 127 Padma Awards. Two people were conferred with Padma Vibhusan, twenty four were conferred with Padma Bhushan and 101 people were given Padma Shree. Out of 127 awardees, 27 were women and 10 people belonged to categories like NRIs, PIOs, Foreigners and Posthumous. Following is the list of 127 Padma Award winners:

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Padma Awards

Padma Awards are the highest Civilian Awards and are conferred to people in three different categories namely, Padma Vibhushan, Padma Bhushan and Padma Shri. These Awards are conferred on people for the work done by them in different categories including art, social work, public affairs, science and engineering, trade and industry, medicine, literature and education, sports, civil service, and many more. Padma Vibhusan is conferred on the people for the exceptional and distinguished services done by them.

  • Padma Bhushan for distinguished service of high order

  • Padma Shri is given to a person for his/her distinguished service in any field

These awards are announced  on the eve of Republic Day celebration and are conferred by the President of India at a function organised at Rastrapati Bhawan sometime around March/April every year.

56th annual Grammy Awards

The Recording Academy announced the 56th Annual Grammy Awards at Staples Center in Los Angeles, California on 26 January 2014. This year the Grammy Awards weren’t just about the music and they were also about making a statement in the same-sex marriage debate.

About Grammy Awards

The Grammy awards are the recording industry’s most prestigious award presented annually by The Recording Academy.The Recording Academy also known as The National Academy of Recording Arts & Science in United States was established in 1957.

The Grammy Awards are truly a peer honor, awarded by and to artists and technical professionals for artistic or technical achievement. The Grammy Awards presentation brings together thousands of creative and technical professionals in the recording industry from all over the world.

(Current Affairs For SSC Exams) Awards & Prize | February : 2014

February, 2014

Sahitya Academy Awards Announced for the year 2013

The Sahitya Akademi Awards 2013 was announced on 18 December 2013 by Sahitya Akademi. Poetry writers have dominated the awards announced in 2013. Eight books of poetry, four of essays, three of novels, two each of short stories and travelogues, one each of autobiography, memoirs and play have won the Sahitya Akademi Award 2013. The awards were recommended by jury members, who represent 22 Indian languages and
approved by the Executive Board of the Sahitya Akademi that met under the Chairmanship of Dr. Vishwanath Prasad Tiwari, President of the Sahitya Akademi. Assamese and Gujarati language awards will be declared
later on. The books were selected on the basis of recommendations made by a Jury of three members in the concerned languages in accordance with the procedure laid down for the purpose . According to the procedure, the Executive Board declared the Awards on the basis of unanimous selections made by the Jurors or selection made on the basis of majority vote. The Awards relate to books first published during the three years immediately preceding the year of Award (i.e., between 1 January 2009 and 31 December 2011). The Award in the form of a casket containing an engraved copperplaque, a shawl and a cheque of 100000 rupees will be presented to the authors of these books at a special function to be held on 11 March 2014 at New Delhi during the Festival of Letters organized by Sahitya Akademi.

Winning poets of these awards were:

  • Javed Akhtar for poetry Lava in Urdu language
  • Namdev Tarachandani in Sindhi language for poetry Mansh-Nagari
  • Arjun Charan Hembram for poetry Chanda Bonga in Santali language
  • Radhakant Thakur for poetry Chaladuravani in Sanskrit
  • Ambika Dutt for poetry Aanthyoi Nahi Din Hal in Rajasthani
  • Sitaram Sapolia for poetry Doha Satsai in Dogri
  • Anil Boro for poetry Delphini Onthai Mwdai Arg Gubun Gubun Khonthai in Bodo
  • Subodh Sarkar for poetry Dwaipayan Hrader Dhare in Bengali

Sahitya Akademi

The Sahitya Akademi was formally inaugurated by the Government of India on 12 March 1954. As a national organization it is responsible to work for the development of Indian letters and to set the literary standards in all the Indian languages. It functions as an autonomous organization. It was registered as a society on 7 January 1956, under the Societies Registration Act, 1860.

eASIA Award 2013

Directorate General of Foreign Trade’s e-BRC project has won the 2013 eASIA Award under Trade Facilitation category. The award was announced by Asia Pacific Council for Trade Facilitation and Electronic Business (AFACT) in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam on 29 November 2013.

(Current Affairs For SSC Exams) Science & Technology | March : 2014

Science & Technology, Defense, Environment [March-2014]

Potentially hazardous asteroid 2013 YP139 discovered

NASA discovered a new potentially hazardous asteroid named 2013 YP139 on 29 December 2013. It was confirmed by the NASA on 15 January2014. It was first discovered by NASA’s Near-Earth Object Widefield
Infrared Survey Explorer (NEOWISE). The Researchers at the University of Arizona used the Spacewatch telescope at the Kitt Peak National Observatory southwest of Tucson to confirm the discovery. The 2013 YP139 is about 43 million kilometers from Earth. On the basis of Infrared brightness, it is found to be 650 meters in diameter and extremely dark like a piece of coal. NEOWISE‘s sophisticated software picked up the moving object against a background of stationary stars. The asteroid circles the Sun in an elliptical orbit titled to the plane of solar system. It is possible for its orbit to bring it as close as 482803 km from Earth, a little more than the distance to the Moon. But it will not come that close within the next century. NEOWISE was originally called as Wide-field Infrared Survey Explorer (WISE) which made the most comprehensive survey to date of
asteroids and comets. In 2010 and early 2011, WISE discovered more than 34000 asteroids and characterised 158000 throughout the solar system. Its reactivation in September 2013 followed 31 months in hibernation.

Moclic software to predict weather

Researcher from the National Autonomous University of Mexico (UNAM) designed the software Monitoring Climate Change (Moclic) through which is possible to organise, store and operate geo-referenced data from climate elements. Moclic can calculate bio and agro climatic indicators such as humidity, aridity, rain erosion and rainfall concentration.

Using the new software information regarding temperature can be known more accurately which feeds on data from weather stations in any state or country. Moclic project allows an agronomist to obtain annual rainfall records and relate them to the crops production figures for explanation of a possible event. It is also possible to identify desiccation processes in a region which comes useful while considering the seeds that can resist droughts or the optimization of rainwater catching techniques, storage or types of irrigation. The software is very simple and can be used by decision making characters, as governors, breeders, physicians, farmers, students or anyone whose repercussions could  have economic politic or social effects.

First multi-coloured 3D Printer launched

World’s first 3D-printer Objet500 Connex3 was launched on 28 January 2014. The printer was manufactured by the USA based company Stratasys, the owner of the Mark Bot range of printers. Object500 Connex3 is the world’s first 3D printer that can produce multi-colour, multi material objects at the same time. It will be commercially available in the second quarter of 2014 and will cost around 330000 dollars. It enables users to get exact intended colour, material properties and surface finish as conceptualized. The printer uses three different base resins and 10 colour palettes and can craft a variety of objects like a pair of sports goggles, flexible shoes, headphones, a blender and even multi-colored football and bike helmets. It is touted to be better than the 3D printer the ProJet 5500X which was unveiled by Stratasys’s rival 3D Systems. ProJet 5500X offers a smaller range of colours: black, white, and certain shades of grey. However, since the size of the printer is large, it is mainly targeted toward major corporations and high-end designers.

What is it that determines the colour of anything?

Colour is the visual perception of the physical signal, the light, that eye receives. The colour depends on the kind of light that falls on anything and also that bounces off or passes through it. Light travels in waveform and each colour has its own wavelength. So, in other terms, colour depends on the wavelengths of light that reaches the surface of an object and that reach eyes after being reflected or transmitted by the object. Surface of any object has, in general, three effects on light falling over it — absorption, reflection and transmission. If an object absorbs all wavelengths of light falling on it, then it appears ‘black’ and if it reflects every wavelength of light falling on, it will appear ‘white’. If an object reflects wavelengths of light partly, absorbing the rest, then the reflected wavelengths ‘decide’ the colour of it. Thus the apparent colour of an object depends on the wavelength
of the light that it reflects. For example, a ‘red object’ observed in daylight appears red because it reflects only the waves producing red light.

We see green leaves as being green because chlorophyll in the leaves, because of its nature and chemical makeup, absorbs the all other wavelengths (colours) of the sunlight (called white light as it contains all wavelengths), except green. The green is reflected back out to the viewer making the leaves appear green. The light falling on the surface also determines the colour. If a piece of cloth which appears green in sunlight is viewed under red light it will appear black, because the pigments on the surface of that cloth have the property of reflecting only green light absorbing all other wavelengths falling on it. As red light has only wavelength corresponding
to red colour it is completely absorbed and as no colour is reflected back it appears black. Transparent objects do not reflect light, but transmit it. A ‘blue’ glass transmits only blue light, absorbing all other colours, so appears blue. A non-rigid ‘object’ like sky also has colour due to the phenomena called scattering. As sunlight strikes the upper atmosphere blue light is scattered the most by air molecules and suspended dust particles etc., which illuminates the whole sky, giving it its colour.

Dexter

Dexter, a private information stealing virus, was detected by Computer Emergency Response Team – India (CERT-In) in online banking transaction space on 19 January 2014. The virus is particularly more threatening for the users of credit card while making payments at the shopping counters. When the credit card is swiped at the point of sale (POS), the virus Dexter steals the confidential data like card holder’s name, account number, expiration date, CVV code and other discretionary information. This leak of the information could lead to financial loss and phishing attacks on the card. Earlier in December 2013, RBI made it mandatory for debit card holders to punch in their PIN every time when they make a purchase. The order was passed following the spread of virus of Trojan Family which was detected at the Point of Sale (POS).

(Current Affairs For SSC Exams) Economic | March : 2014

March 2014

India’s International Investment Position released

Reserve Bank of India has released the statistical statement of the International Investment Position (IIP) of the quarter ended in September 2013. The statement shows following at a point in the time of the value and composition:

  • Financial assets of residents of an economy that are claims on non-residents and gold bullion held as reserve assets

  • Liabilities of residents of an economy to non-residents

The difference between an economy’s external financial assets and liabilities is its net IIP. Such balance sheet is an analysis of international accounts that will help in understanding sustainability and vulnerability of economy’s external sector.

Important highlights of the International Investment Position (IIP) are following for the quarter-ended September 2013:

Net claims of non-residents on India (as reflected by the net IIP) decreased by US$ 12.8 billion over the previous quarter to 296.2 billion US dollars as at end-September  2013. This change in the net position reflected a US$ 10.6 billion decrease in the value of foreign-owned assets in India vis-à-vis a US$ 2.2 billion increase in the value of Indian Residents’ financial assets abroad (Table 1).

Indian residents’ financial assets abroad stood at 436.7 billion US dollars as at end-September 2013 recording a marginal increase of US$ 2.2 billion over previous  quarter mainly due to increase of US$ 6.8 billion in other investment abroad including trade credit, loans and currency and deposits. Reserve assets, decreased by US$ 5.3 billion to US$ 277.2 billion as at end- September 2013. Direct investment increased marginally by US$ 0.6 billion.

Foreign-owned assets in India have decreased by 10.6 billion US dollars over the previous quarter to US$ 732.9 billion as at end- September 2013. The Direct investment in India has been reduced by 2.9 billion US dollars and portfolio investment in India has gone down by 13.3 billion US dollars. Among other investment liabilities, trade credit decreased by 1.9 billion US dollars and loans increased by 2.8 billion US dollars.

Effects of Rupee Depreciation: Variation in exchange rate of rupee vis-a-vis other currencies influenced change in liabilities, when valued in US dollars terms. Though there was a net inflow of US$ 6.6 billion during the period, equity liabilities in US dollars term decreased by 10.2 billion US dollars, from 340.7 billion US dollars in June  2013 to 330.5 billion US dollars in September 2013 due to the stock valuation effect resulting from rupee depreciation.

India became third largest crude oil importer in the World

India overtook Japan to become the third largest crude oil importer in the World. As per the data released by Reuters on 30 January 2014, India imported 3.86 million barrels-per-day of crude oil in the year 2013. India’s crude oil imports were nearly 6 percent higher than Japan’s customs-cleared imports of 3648372 barrels-per-day (211716710 kilolitres). Recently, China had overtaken USA to become the world’s largest importer of crude oil.

World’s Top Five Oil- Importing Countries

  • China: China imports 6.30 million barrels per day

  • U.S.A: USA imports 6.24 million barrels per day

  • India: India imports 3.86 million barrels per day

  • Japan: Japan imports 3.64 million barrels per day

  • Germany: Germany imports 2.67 million barrels per day

CRISIL launched Financial Inclusix Index 2013

Indian credit-rating agency CRISIL launched a Financial Inclusix  Index 2013 on 2 January 2014. The index showed an improvement in the financial inclusion in India. The index showed an improvement of 2.7 percent in the year 2012.

SSC-CR : Nomination List of Finally Selected Candidates of Junior Hindi Translator Examination 2013

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Nomination List of Finally Selected Candidates of Junior Hindi Translator Examination 2013

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(Final Result) SSC : Recruitment of SI in Delhi Police, CAPFs,ASI in CISF Examination, 2013

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(Result) Recruitment to Posts of SI in Delhi Police, CAPFs, ASI in CISF Examination, 2013

The Staff Selection Commission conducted a Written Examination for Recruitment of Sub-Inspectors in Delhi Police, CAPFs, Assistant Sub-inspectors in CISF on 23.06.2013 (Paper-I) and Paper-II on 06.10.2013(Forenoon). Since no cutoff was fixed by Commission in Paper-II, all the candidates qualified in PET and found FIT in Medical/Review Medical Examination qualified for Interview.

(Result) SSC-CHSLE : List of the candidates For Type Test/Data Entry Skill Test - 2013

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Combined Higher Secondary (10+2) Examination, 2013

Re-Examination Written Result to call the candidates For Type Test/Data Entry Skill Test

In the Combined Higher Secondary (10+2) Examination, 2013 the result of the written examination was declared on 14.03.2014. Due to administrative reasons re-examination in some of the venues of NR, NER, MPR, ER, CR & WR was held on 30.03.2014. A total of 501 candidates appeared in the re-examination. Further 632 candidates were also considered while processing the result of above re-examination as post examination material of the above examination held earlier was received late.

Following is the lists of 04 candidates qualified provisionally for  typing test for LDC and 03 candidates for skill test for Data Entry Operator in the written part of the examination and are thus eligible to be called for Type Test/Data Entry Tests subject to their fulfilling all eligibility conditions and also correctness of the information furnished by them in their application. Preferences of the candidates have been taken from the data received from Regional Offices.

(Current Affairs For SSC Exams) India & The World | March, 2014

March 2014

India & The World

INDIA & JAPAN

India and Japan inked several pacts during the official visit of the Prime Minister of Japan to India from 25 to 27 January 2014. Shinzo Abe, the Prime Minister of Japan was the Chief Guest of India on the occasion of the Republic Day parade on 26 January 2014. The sides signed memorandum for strengthening cooperation in the field of tourism, enhancing energy efficiency in telecom towers and power generation in the country. During this tour of Shino Abe, the two countries inked several pacts and they includes

Memorandum in tourism

India and Japan signed the Memorandum for strengthening cooperation in tourism on 22 January 2014. The Memorandum will facilitate travel and tourist visits and strengthen the tourism partnership between the two  countries. The main objectives of the Memorandum are:

  • To expand bilateral cooperation in the tourism sector

  • To exchange information and data related to tourism

  • To encourage cooperation between Tour Operators and  tourism stakeholders including Hotel owners

  • To establish exchange programmes for cooperation in  Human Resource Development

  • To exchange visits of Tour Operators/Media/ Opinion Makers for promotion of two way tourism

  • To exchange experience in the areas of promotion, marketing, destination development and management During 2013 India received 2.20 lakh tourists from Japan and the highest numbers of visas on arrival were issued to the tourists from Japan. Buddhist heritage sites are a great attraction for Japanese tourists to India.

INDIA & PAKISTAN

India and Pakistan reached an agreement on providing Non Discriminatory Market Access (NDMA) in place of Most Favoured Nation status. The agreement on NDMA will help normalize bilateral trade between the two nations. This was stated in a Joint Statement released by the Commerce Ministers of two nations at the end of 5th SAARC Business Leaders Conclave held in New Delhi on 18 January 2014. The Pakistan Trade Minister Khurram Dastgir Khan on this occasion extended the invitation to Union Commerce and Industry Ministry Anand Sharma to visit Pakistan in February 2014. Highlights of Joint statement

  • Both the countries agreed to provide Non Discriminatory Market Access (NDMA) on reciprocal basis to establish normal trading relations. This includes issuing bank licences to allow banks to function in each other’s country.

  • Under agreed NDMA, India needs to open up to 614 items to Pakistan. Pakistan, on the other hand, needs to open up to India two lists comprising 936 and 1209 items

  • To intensify and accelerate the process of trade normalization, liberalization and facilitation and to implement the agreed measures before the end of February 2014

  • To make operational the Wagah – Attari Land Customs Station on all seven days of each week to provide the movement of containers, all tradable items by land route

  • To liberalize business visa regime for the business community of both the nations along the Wagah – Attari border

  • To convene the meetings of the technical working groups on Customs, Railways, Banking, Standards Organizations and Energy

  • To hold India Show in collaboration with FICCI in Lahore with the objective of enhancing bilateral trade in February 2014.

  • Along with India Show, a joint Vintage Car Rally between Amritsar and Lahore will be held to promote greater people to people contact The Third meeting of Joint Business Forum of Chief Executive Officers is scheduled in Pakistan for mid-February of 2014. The Joint Business Forum will help enhance trade cooperation in diverse sector such as textiles, tourism light  engineering, pharmaceuticals andothers.

INDIA & U.S.

India on 8 January 2014 asked the US to discontinue the commercial activities being undertaken from the US embassy premises in Delhi by 16 January 2014. The government of India has asked the embassy to stop its commercial activities being undertaken under the aegis of the American Community Support Association (ACSA), which includes bar, video club, restaurant, swimming pool, bowling alley, sports field, gym and beauty parlour. As per the sources, the Indian Government has asked US to provide the tax returns filed by it with the Indian authorities to start the commercial activities and afforded by ACSA. The services were offered to non-diplomatic persons, which also includes the private American citizens and their families. As per the authorities of India, the actions of ACSA are a violation of Article 41(3) of the Vienna Convention on Diplomatic Relations 1961, as it has given commercial facilities to non diplomats. This tough action of India came ahead of 13 January 2014, the date that has been set as the deadline for the indictment in New York of Khobragade, the Deputy Consul General in New York America on visa fraud charge

INDIA & BRITAIN

(Current Affairs For SSC Exams) International | March, 2014

March 2014

Japan’s population dipped to record low in 2013

The Health Ministry of Japan on 1 January 2014 estimated that a quarter of the population is currently aged over 65 and the figure is expected to reach nearly 40 percent by 2060. It has estimated that the population of the country in 2013 declined by a record 244000 people. It also says that if in case the same trend persists in future, the population of Japan will lose a third of its population in next 50 years. The estimate also highlights concern over the dwindling workforce of the country. As per the estimate, 103100 babies took birth in Japan in 2013, which fell by 6000 from the births of 2012. Apart from this, the deaths of the country increased by 19000 from 2012 to 1275000 people in 2013. These deaths were the highest annual deaths since World War II. To spur growth of the population, Japan had aggressively taken measures in recent months. At present, Japan’s economy is the third biggest economies of the world after years of stagnation. Prime Minister of Japan, Shino Abe is trying to boost its economy by a combination of its quantitative easing and cash ejections, which includes higher taxes, higher government spending and longer-term structural reforms.

IRENA and ADFD planned to bring Power to Rural Communities

The International Renewable Energy Agency (IRENA) and the Abu Dhabi Fund for Development (ADFD) on 19 January 2014 announced approximately 41 million dollar in concessional loans for renewable energy projects in developing countries. The total combined capacity of the financed project is 35 MW and would bring reliable and sustainable power to rural communities that lack an access to modern energy services. The loan as per the plan will be dispensed to a geographically diverse countries namely Republic of Ecuador, Maldives, Sierra Leone, Mauritania, Mali and Samoa. The two institutions IRENA and ADFD have selected the projects to isolated off-grid populations in some cases it will be for the first time.

Analysis: This local economic development will stimulate in raising the living standards, as financing is one of the key issues renewable energy is facing particularly in the developing world. This is the reason because of which, the two institutions IRENA and ADFD teamed up to derisk investment in promising renewable projects. The UAE government has committed a total of 350 million dollar in concessional loans through ADFD to support the deployment and sustainable use of all forms of renewable energy in developing countries. The current financing cycle is the first of seven. IRENA is assessing the socioeconomic impact and technical merit
of the projects, and ADFD is making its selection based on the Agency’s recommendation. Projects selected need to be transformative, innovative and replicable.

Abu Dhabi Fund for Development (ADFD

Abu Dhabi Fund for Development (ADFD) was established back on 15 July 1971, as an independent subsidiary of Abu Dhabi Government, responsible for managing foreign aid. Over the years, it has established its position among the top development aid organizations worldwide. Since its establishment, ADFD has played an important role in advancing economic development in beneficiary countries by providing concessionary loans that enable these countries to surmount challenges, address economic problems, and improve the living standards of their people. The Fund has managed a quantum leap in its financial performance through investments and direct long-term contributions in active companies in strategic sectors of the developing countries, along with investing in a variety of financial instruments. To date, the total grants, loans provided and managed by ADFD and UAE government reached to arround AED 60 billion for financing 363 development operations in 63 countries around the world.

Lanka urged Maldives to allow its fishermen in territorial sea waters

Study Material for SSC CGL, CHSL, MTS, Prasar Bharti, FCI Exams : Puzzle Test (MCQ)

Puzzle Test (MCQ )

Directions (Q. No. 1-5): Study the given information carefully and answer the questions that follow :

(i) A, B, C, D, E, F and G are sitting on a wall and all of them are facing east.
(ii) C is on the immediate right of D.
(iii) B is at an extreme end and has E as his neighbour.
(iv) G is between E and F.
(v) D is sitting third from the south end.

SSC : Tentative Schedule For Result Declaration of SSC Examinations 2013

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Staff Selection Commission

Tentative Schedule For Result Declaration of SSC Examinations 2013

Examination Name & Year

Tentative Date of Results

RECRUITMENT OF SUB-INSPECTORS in
IN CAPFs AND ASSISTANT SUB INSPECTOR
IN CISF, EXAMINATION, 2013
15/04/2014
Stenographer Grade 'C' & 'D'
Examination 2013
15/07/2014
Combined Higher Secondary Level
Examination 2013
20/05/2014
Combined Recruitment for the post of
Engineering Assistant and Technician in
Prasar Bharati, Examination – 2013
07/05/2014
Combined Recruitment for the post of
Programme Executive and Transmission
Executive in Prasar Bharati, Examination
– 2013
26/05/2014
Recruitment of Constables(GD) in
CAPFs and Rifleman (GD) in Assam
Rifles , 2013
22/04/2014

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Courtesy : SSC

SSC-NWR : Admit Card For Re - Examination of CHSL (10+2) Examination 2013 To Be Held On 20.04.2014

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Staff Selection Commission (North Western Region)

Admit Card For Re - Examination For CHSL (10+2) Examination 2013 To Be Held On 20.04.2014

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SSC-NWR : Admit Card For Interview of Programme Executive and Transmission Executive Examination - 2013

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Staff Selection Commission (North Western Region)

Admit Card For Interview of Programme Executive and Transmission Executive Examination - 2013 To Be Held On 21 And 22 April 2014

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SSC-CR : Download Admit Card For The Post of Horticulture Assistant GR.I, Advt. No. CR - 3/2013

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Recruitment For The Post of Horticulture Assistant GR.I, Advt. No. CR - 3/2013, Cat. No. 06 Interview Date 05.05.2014

Interview for recruitment to the posts of Horticulture Assistant Grade-I in O/o the Archaeological Survey of India, Horticulture Branch, Agra (Advt. No. CR-3/2013 Cat. No.06) is scheduled to be held in the Staff Selection Commission, Central Region, 21-23 Lowther Road, Allahabad on 05.05.2014. The Candidates having 75% and above marks in Essential Qualification have been shortlisted for interview. As per the criteria so fixed 21 candidates have been found eligible for interview. The list containing Roll No., Name, DOB of the shortlisted candidates is as under (Call letters have been sent to candidates by Speed Post) Candidates may download the Call Letters from our web-site: www.ssc-cr.org  also.

SSC-WR : Addendum Concerning Interview of Programme / Transmission Executive in Prasar Bharti 2013

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Staff Selection Commission (Western Region)

Addendum Concerning Interview of Programme / Transmission Executive in Prasar Bharti 2013

This is in continuation to this office letter of even no dtd 27.03.2014 regarding interview of Programme/ Transmission Executive in Prasar Bharti 2013.

The commission has decided that candidate may be allowed to change their options during the document verification conducted at the time of interview. A fresh option form is attached herewith for exercising options at the time of interview. While exercising fresh options you are requested to exercise option only for the posts/ languages for which you are eligible as per the notice of the said examination. You may carefully go through the notice of the examination published in the website ssc.nic.in/www.sscwr.net and employment news  (23-29 March 2013) and corrigendum issued before exercising your option in the option  form. Option exercised at the time of document verification will be final and no change will  be allowed under any circumstances.

All other instructions contained in the letter of even no dtd 27.03.2014 remain  unchanged.

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