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Job Highlights in Employment News From 28th May 2011 to 03 June 2011


Job Highlights in Employment News From 28th May 2011 to 03 June 2011

   1. Union Public Service Commission invites applications for various posts.

   2. Staff Selection Commission notifies Sub-Inspectors in CPOs, Assistant Sub-Inspectors in CISF and Intelligence Officers in NCB Examination, 2011.

   3. Bank of Maharashtra requires Specialist Officers in various grades.

   4. Reserve Bank of India Services Board, Mumbai requires Research Officers in Grade-‘B’.

   5. State Bank of India requires Probationary Officers.

   6. Guru Govind Singh Indraprastha University, New Delhi requires Professors, Associate Professors and Assistant Professors.

   7. Coal India Limited, Kolkata requires Management Trainees.

   8. Indo-Tibetan Border Police Force requires Constables (Animal Transport)

   9. Central Salt and Marine Chemicals research Institute invites applications for the post of Data Entry Operators.

   10.Assam Rifles requires Barbers, Cooks, Painters Safaiwalas etc.

   11.Employees’ State Insurance Corporation, New Delhi requires Insurance Medical Officers (IMO) Grade-II.

 

Source: www.employmentnews.gov.in

Flash news from AIANGO–Issue of 6600 GP for 3rd MACP

 

 
AIANGOs          

(All India Association of Non-Gazetted Officers)

                                        
CIRCULAR NO: 40

No. :  AIANGOs /CE/ CIR/40   Dtd:  20th MAY/2011

Flash:

The issue of 2nd ACP in GP-5400 & 3rd MACP in GP-6600 due to merger of AF with JWM was taken up with OFB by CE to issue common clarification /instruction to all Fys because many Fys have not  implemented the same .

ON OFB’s request PC of A has given Clarification to OFB that all those who have joined service as supervisor or chargeman and have completed 24 years of service before 01/01/2006 or between 01/01/2006 & 01-09-208 will get 2nd ACP in GP-5400 and 3rd macp in GP-6600.


Courtesy : AIANGO

Expected DA from July 2011

Likely Dearness Allowance for July 2011 for Central Employees

Though it is very early to predict the D.A. for July 2011 at this point of time, we are being flooded by queries in this relation. It may be realized that D.A. is complete based on arithmetical calculation on All India CPI (IW) (Base 2001=100), the data for the entire six months is required to calculate the installment of D.A. payable. The labour bureau has released the figure for Jan, Feb and March as 188, 185 and 185 respectively. We are yet to know the figures of April, May and June. If we assume that there is no further increase or decrease in the numbers {maintains the cureent level for the next 3 months}, the D. A will be 7% from July 2011.

It is again reminded that it is only an assumption, the correct figure will be uploaded as soon as data available.

Source: Paycommissionupdate

Nomination of qualified candidates of Stenographer Grade C Limited Departmental Competitive Examination (LDCE) 2009

No. 5/1/2011-CS-II-(C)
Government of India
Ministry of Personnel, Public Grievances & Pensions
Department of Personnel & Training

3rd floor Lok nayak Bhavan
Khan Market New Delhi 100003
Date 30th May, 2011

OFFICE MEMORANDUM

 

Subject- Nomination of qualified candidates of Stenographer Grade C Limited Departmental Competitive Examination (LDCE), 2009

 

The under signed is directed to say that based on the results of the above mentioned examination, the staff selection commission SSC has recommended 63 candidates (General 57 and SC 6) for appointment to the Stenographer Grade C for the select list year 2009. The examination dossiers in respect of 50 qualified candidates have been received from SSC till now. Out of these 50 candidates 6 candidates have already been appointed as Grade C stenographer on regular basis. The nomination of 2 candidates has been deferred till further orders. The remaining 42 candidates are here by nominated to cadre units of CSSS as shown in the Annexure.

2. Before the nominated candidates are appointed, the cadre units are requested to ensure

i.Verification of the  particulars finished by the candidates in the dossiers with the original entries in their respective service books.

ii.Availability of vigilance clearance

3. The unfilled vacancies reserved for ST category may be carried forward to the subsequent select list year in accordance with the extant instructions/rules, as SSC has not recommended any candidate against vacancies reserved for ST category.

4. It is requested that the nominated candidates may be relieved immediately for appointment as  in the Steno Grade C nominated cadre units.These nominated candidates may be included in the select list of Steno Grade C of CSSS for the year 2009 in the manner indicated in the CSSS rules,1969. Copies of their appointment orders may be endorsed to this department and the SSC.The dossiers of nominated candidates are forwarded here with for keeping the same as part of their service books.

5. Receipt of this O.M. together with the enclosure may be acknowledged.

 

Kiran Vasudeva
Under secretary to the Govt. of India

Source : www.persmin.nic.in

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9 post offices to get ATMs soon

9 post offices to get ATMs soon

10 lakh postal savings bank account-holders are expected to benefit

Chennai GPO is one of post offices where the Postal Department will set up an ATM.

CHENNAI: The Department of Posts will soon set up automated teller machines (ATM) in Chennai GPO and eight head post offices in the city and surrounding areas for its savings bank customers.

Officials of the postal department said that steps are being taken to earmark sites measuring 80 sq. ft. at the post offices. The eight HPOs are: Anna Road, T.Nagar, Mylapore, St.Thomas Mount, Park Town, Ambattur, Avadi Camp and Tambaram.

Post Master General (Chennai City Region) M. S. Ramanujam said that measures are under way to computerise the transactions of the savings account as part of the department's move to provide core banking solutions. The civil work for establishing the ATMs would begin in about two months. Customers would be able to make use of the facilities by the end of the current fiscal.

Nearly 10 lakh account holders in the nine post offices are expected to benefit from the 24-hour ATM facilities. Once the facility is in place, customers need not spend time waiting at the counters to withdraw cash. With the postal banking services popular among senior citizens, the ATMs would be immensely beneficial to them.

This would also help in cutting down the transaction cost for the department. The Department of Posts is in the process of floating tender seeking bids from ATM equipment suppliers as the facility is being introduced in various postal circles in many States.

Officials of the postal department said that the ATMs to be installed in the HPOs could also be eventually used by the customers who hold accounts with banks. The facilities would be governed by the guidelines prescribed by the Reserve Bank of India.

Such ATM facilities would be set up in the nearly 100 head post offices across the State. The department also plans to extend the service in other post offices across Tamil Nadu in a phased manner depending on the customer response, the officials added.

Source: The Hindu

Conclusion of Special Recruitment Drive launched for filling up the backlog reserved vacancies of Persons with Disabilities

No  36038/2/2008-Estt. (Res)
Government of India
Ministry of Personnel, P G  & Pensions
Department of Personnel & Training
******

Dated 26.5.2011
North Block, New Delhi


CORRIGENDUM


Subject- Conclusion of Special Recruitment Drive launched for filling up the backlog  reserved vacancies of Persons with Disabilities.


The first  sentence  of  this Department's  OM  of  even  no.  dated  19.5.2011 may be replaced by the following:

" The  undersigned  is  directed t o   refer  to this  Department's  OM  of even number  dated  27  11.2009 whereby a Special Recruitment  Drive for  filling up the backlog reserved vacancies of Persons with Disabilities was launched".


(K. G.Verma)
Director (Res)

 

 

Source: www.persmin.nic.in

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