http://upsc.gov.in – SPECIAL CLASS RAILWAY APPRENTICES EXAMINATION – 2013

EXAMINATION NOTICE NO.01/2013-SCRA

SCRA stands for Special Class Railway Apprentices in Mechanical Department of Indian Railways and this examination will be held by the Union Public Service Commission on 20th January, 2013.

The approximate number of vacancies, to be filled on the results of the examination is 42. To apply for this examination, you must have completed your Intermediate examination or Graduation with Mathematics and at least one of the subjects Physics and Chemistry as their degree subjects, Final year appearing candidates are also eligible for this examination.

You must have attained the age of 17 years and must not have attained the age of 21 years on 1st January, 2013, i.e. you must have been born not earlier than 2nd January, 1992 and not later than 1st January, 1996.

The Online Application can be filled upto 12th November, 2012 till 11.59 P.M. after which the link will be disabled. Eligible candidates shall be issued an e-Admission Certificate three weeks before the commencement of the examination. The e-Admission Certificate will be made available in the UPSC web-site.

If you are interested then please apply for this examination soon before the last date and for more details visit the UPSC official website.

 

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200 Vacancy For Military Nursing Service – Last Date of Apply: 26/11/2012

Indian Army invites applications from women Candidates for filling 200 vacancies of Military Nursing Services Recruitment 2012. To apply for this vacancy you should have P.G/B.Sc. in Nursing any relevant university. Eligible and Interested candidates can send their Application form from following mention address before 26 November, 2012.

DGMS (Army)/DGMS-4B,
AG’s Branch, IHQ of MoD (Army),
‘L’ Block New Delhi-110001.

=> Last Date for submit Application –  26th November 2012

You will be selected on the basis of written test and interview.Written exam will be held during the second week of December, 2012.

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http://www.cdfd.org.in – CENTRE FOR DNA FINGER PRINTING AND DIAGNOSTICS – (Admission for Research Scholars Program-II-2012)

CDFD(Centre for DNA Fingerprinting and Diagnostics) Hyderabad invites applications from highly motivated candidates willing to take up challenges in modern biology for admission to research scholar program. To apply for this program you need a master degree in any branch of science, Technology or Agriculture from a recognized university OR MBBS. Those who have not completed his final year semester examination are not eligible for RSP-II.

Candidates(Other than MBBS Graduates) must have cleared CSIR/UGC/DBT/ICMR/NET or JST for JRF.

Interested and eligible candidates may registered their names for Research scholar Program -II by applying in the prescribed application form online. Complete the application form online at http://www.cdfd.org.in.

The online application form facility will open on 01/10/2012 and will be closed on 30/11/2012.

Eligible candidates will be called for computer based LAN Examination on 20/01/2013.

Those who qualified the LAN based examination will be Interviewed on 21/01/2013. Interested candidates may apply soon as per given eligibility criteria, for more details visit the official website.

EXIM BANK SPECIAL RECRUITMENT DRIVE FOR SC/ST/OBC Candidates 2012

Export-Import bank of India Invites application from Schedule castes, Schedule tribes and other backward classes candidates.

Positions:                                                                                                                                           1. Deputy Manager – 03 Post                                                                                                            2. Manager – 03 post                                                                                                                          3. Chief Manager – 05 Post

To apply for the above positions, you have to complete your post graduate degree course in Business management  or Chartered accountant or Graduates in engineering and you must have 55% marks in your Graduation.

For deputy manager post, you have to complete your post graduation with minimum 55% marks in commerce.

Interested candidates may apply for the given vacancy before 21/Nov/2012. The selection criteria includes written test and personal Interview. The date and time of written test will be advised to the shortlisted candidates at later, candidates who are short listed on the basis of performance on written test will be called for personal interview. Eligible candidates must send their hard copy of the application form by E-mail. E-Mail application should be sent to srd2012@eximbanindia.in. If you want more information then please check the official website or download the Notification from the blow link.

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www.edcilindia.co.in – Education Consults India Limited (EDCIL) Officer Recruitment 2012

The Education Consults India Limited (EDCIL) has announced recruitment for Various Managers and Officer Vacancy 2012. The total number of post is 05 and you have to complete a degree in law from a recognized university. The maximum age limit is 50 and the selection of candidates will be based on skill test and Interview.

EdCIL requires Project Manager, Project Officer, Monitoring and Evaluation Officer, Contract Specialist and Office Assistant for Department of Justice, Ministry of Law & Justice. The appointment will be purely on contractual basis.

You should not be above 50 years of age as on 01.10.2012. The upper age limit may be relaxed in case of exceptional candidates.

Eligible and Interested candidates may send their application in the given format in attachment along with two recent passport size photographs and certified copy of certificates in support of their educational qualification and experience etc. may be received latest by 08.11.2012 addressing to Project Manager (PRU), EdCIL (India) Limited, EdCIL House, 18 A, Sector-16A, NOIDA 201 301. The envelope should be superscribed with the name of the position applied for in block letters.

If any one want complete details about this Recruitment, then please check the given Notification completely, all the information available properly in the Notification. You can also check the official website.

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www.ugcnetonline.in- UGC NET JUNE 2012 RESULT DECLARED.

UGC(University Grant Commission) was already published the June NET Examination Result. The examination is conducted by UGC for the post of Lectureship and Junior Research Fellowship, Selected candidates have provisionally qualified for Lectureship and Junior Research fellowship. The result was Declared on 18/Sep/2012 in the leading newspapers as well as in the official website of UGC.

Total 3625 candidates cleared the NET Examination and have provisionally qualified for award of JRF and Lectureship. Those who have appeared for this examination in June, May check his result soon from the website.

UGC also Updated the June NET Answer key for all the subjects, candidates can also download the answer key from the official website of UGC. So, check the official website of UGC to get the complete details about NET.

 

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How to Select Top B Schools 2013

Congratulations!!! You have crack the MBA entrance exams after thorough preparation and followed by successful GD and PI. Now, you have offers from more than one B schools and your next challenge is to select the best B school for you. There are various criteria for selecting the most the appropriate B-School including Infrastructure, placements, B-School brand, Location, Quality of students, Quality of faculty & guest lecturers, etc.

Infrastructure:A good management institute should have the excellent basic infrastructure in place that helps in distributing the knowledge and ensures that students get all the modern day college facility and management tools including a well equipped computer centre, seminar rooms for guest lectures, libraries, projectors, etc. Applicants should visit the institute to see verify its infrastructure and facilities available for the management students.

Placements:Applicants should ensure that institute has an excellent and credible campus placement record. Apart from observing the salaries of the management pass out from the institute, applicants should also get the details about the number of placement and reputation of companies of different sectors that come for placements. If you want to specialize in a particular stream, then you should look at the there are sufficient number of reputed companies related to that sector come for placement.

B-School brand:B-School brand means the awareness of B-School among the students and other public. You can ask the people about the B school and see their response. There are various factors that contributes to the brand of a B-School including ranking, industry recognition, advertisement and promotion, alumni performance, and the number of years of functioning. It is important to check the brand value of the institute prior to the making final selection.

Location:For some students, the location of the B-School is also an important factor in determining their choice of the B school. Some students may prefer B school which is close to their home while other may not consider it a big issue. Generally, students prefer those business schools which are located close to the area that has industries and education hub. In fact, metros are among the sought after destination for B Schools as there is good presence of industrial houses and the varied sectors in metro cities.

Quality of faculty:Students should check if the B-School has full time renowned and qualified faculties. You should ensure that faculties of the institute are full-time ones and not guest lecturers who may visit for only few lectures in the college. You can take the feedback bout the faculties from the ex students of the institute or from your seniors.

Quality of students:You should also check the reputation of the students passed out from B schools. You can check on the fellow students to see their academic calibre and varied interests. Generally, the students with diverse backgrounds and high calibre contribute towards the development of fellow students.

Rankings of Institute: You should ensure to check the rankings of the institutes if you are confused between selecting two equally good B schools. The rankings of the institute are done on the basis of the various factors and higher ranked B schools are better than lower ranked ones.

How to Prepare Mathematics for MBA Exams 2013 – Part 2

CAT Quantitative Aptitude preparation

The syllabus for the mathematics section or Quantitative aptitude is roughly the same for various MBA/MCA entrance exams including CAT and Non CAT exams. However, there is huge difference in various types of questions that are asked. Thus, the approach to preparation for CAT and Non CAT entrance exams varies and separate strategy is required for cracking these different exams.

In order to prepare for the CAT exams, students have to master not only the coverage and width of topics but also ensure that there is sufficient depth and clarity of basic concepts. The questions are related to the same basic concepts but there is an application of a high degree. For instance, although the basic theorems of geometry are the same but a single question may require application of multiple theorems.

Understand the basic concepts in detail: It is compulsory for you to understand the basic concepts in details because the higher degree of application of these concepts is required for solving the quantitative questions of CAT and XAT. One cannot score well by simply learning the formulae and familiarising with the topics.

Identify the Areas of Strength:You should identify the areas of strength where you have mastery of topics and you feel comfortable in solving the difficult questions easily. These topics are the areas where you can grasp the fundamentals quickly. In short, your accuracy for solving these problems is the highest and it is reflected in your mock test scores. You should identify such areas and try to capitalise on it by scoring heavily in these questions.

Spend more time in solving questions from your areas of strength:You should ensure to score heavily in your areas of strength. You should invest more time in solving the difficult questions from your areas of strength. You can analyse the previous year’s CAT papers for finding out how many questions come from your areas of strength. In case this number is 10 to 15, then it is a good sign for you. However, if there are very few questions then you need to identify another area of strength. Thus, the trick here lies in identify and developing your areas of strength for scoring heavily in CAT quantitative exams.

Solve question papers in multiple rounds: Students should prepare a strategy for attempting questions and divide the attempts into multiple rounds.

First round:In first round, only those questions should be attempted which can be solved quickly and with 100 percent accuracy. In this round, you can leave those questions that are doubtful and may take a longer time. You should circle these questions and returns to them later in second round if time permits.

Second round:Attempt the questions that take more time and you are sure of solving them.

Third Round: In this round, you should attempt those questions which are doubtful. You should leave those questions completely about which you do not have any clue. Attempt only those, which can be solved with assurance.

How to Prepare Mathematics for MBA/MCA Entrance Exams 2013

Do you consider Mathematics as a big challenge for cracking the MBA/MCA entrance Exams? It is a no brainer to assume that students have to perform exceedingly well in order to get shortlisted for admission to top MBA/MCA colleges of the country. However, one need not worry at all because the mastering of the quantitative aptitude can be achieved with focused strategy in preparation and persistent hard work.

The syllabus for the mathematics section or Quantitative aptitude is roughly the same for various MBA/MCA entrance exams like CAT, SNAP, IRMA, MAT, NMIMS, etc. However, there is huge difference in various types of questions that are asked. Thus, the approach to preparation for CAT and Non CAT entrance exams varies and separate strategy is required for cracking these different exams.

Non CAT Quantitative Aptitude preparation

Cover the entire syllabus:It is advised to leave no section of the syllabus unprepared because in these exams, the coverage of syllabus is more essential than depth. In fact, one should not leave the complex topics like probability or permutation and combinations.

Learn all the formulas thoroughly:One should learn all the formulas thoroughly and get familiar with Common topics such as Algebra, Logarithms, geometrical theorems, etc. One has to practise all these formulas to the extent that one can effortlessly apply them in basic questions.

Focus on every Sub area and standard questions:In the quantitative aptitude, every functional area has 5 to 6 standard sub-areas related to it and each such sub-area is based on 2 to 3 basic concepts that involve related standard questions. For instance, the sub areas in case of work-time-speed questions include Circular motion, Clocks, Relative Speed, Pipes and Cisterns, Boats, and Work efficiency. Students should practise every topic and sub topic well in order to solve related questions quickly, and correctly.

Focus on fast and accurate calculations:Students who are targeting Non-CAT quantitative aptitude exam should focus on solving the questions at great speed with 100% accuracy. As the complexity level of these questions is average, these questions only require faster calculation. For that, you have to memorise the multiplication tables up to first 30 natural numbers along with squares, cubes and square roots of the first 20 numbers.

Solve question papers in multiple rounds: Students should prepare a strategy for attempting questions and divide the attempts into multiple rounds.

First round:In first round, only those questions should be attempted which can be solved quickly and with 100 percent accuracy. In this round, you can leave those questions that are doubtful and may take a longer time. You should circle these questions and returns to them later in second round if time permits.

Second round:Attempt the questions that take more time and you are sure of solving them.

Third Round: In this round, you should attempt those questions which are doubtful. You should leave those questions completely about which you do not have any clue. Attempt only those, which can be solved with assurance.

How to Plan and Prepare for MBA Entrance Exams 2013 ?

Students, who are seeking to take admissions into MBA courses of prestigious B schools of the country, require systematic planning and preparations, in-depth knowledge, analytical mind and sharp memory. The competition for MBA entrance exam is very fierce as the best brains of the country compete with each other; therefore aspiring students need meticulous and long-run preparations for getting selected in the merit list.

There are numerous MBA entrance exams held in the country every year and the syllabi and contents/papers of the entrance exam differs from one institution to other. However, there are certain common aspects of MBA entrance exams such as tests on reasoning, antonyms, case analysis, general awareness, intelligence, comprehension, synonyms, relationships, word power, quantitative aptitude, etc

Quantitative Aptitude:Students should have aptitude for solving the simple arithmetic problems and knowledge of basic and elementary accounting. It is one of the scoring areas of the test where the students can hope to achieve 100% marks with properly preparation and practise. There is wide range of questions that are asked in quantitative aptitude section of the test such as profit and loss, partnership, percentages, ratio, averages, etc. One needs to be good with all the basic arithmetic formulae and quick at doing calculations.

Logical Reasoning:There are several types of logical reasoning questions that are asked in MBA entrance exams. It may include a statement on which the applicants have to draw correct interference. The questions may vary from series of words and figures, arrangement of alphabets, or drawing logical inferences. One has to do thorough practise and prepare very well by doing many mock tests before the exams.

Comprehension Test:There are many MBA entrance exams that includes comprehension test for gauging and understanding the knowledge of English language by the candidates. It includes a paragraph followed by set of questions based on the content of the paragraph. This test requires the candidates to read the passage quickly and attempts the questions accurately. Students need to hone up their reading skills as answers to most of the questions can be found within the passage itself.

General Awareness:This test is designed to judge the general knowledge of the candidates. It covers the wide range of topics including History, Economics, Science, Geography, Polity, etc. Student should read daily newspaper and go through the various books available on the general knowledge in the market. It takes time to develop a sound knowledge of all branches of general awareness so one has to devote one hour daily for preparing the general awareness test. The best part of this test that it can be completed quickly as it does not involve much calculations.

Group Discussion and Interview: Once the students are shortlisted in the written exams, they are called for GD and personal interview in the final round of the selection procedure. These tests are held for judging the communication skills and suitability of a candidate for the MBA course. The group discussions are conducted under the supervision of the specialists, who judge for various qualities in the candidates such as power to argue, initiative, ability to express, reasoning, and leadership qualities.

The group discussion is often followed by the personal interview where various traits of the candidate’s personality are evaluated such as expression, manners, judgement, intelligence, knowledge, sense of proportion, etc.