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SUA 300x82 Teaching posts in Sarguja University Ambikapur Aug 2014Sarguja Vishwavidyalaya, Administrative Building, Near Hospital Road, darripara, Ambikapur, Sarguja (C.G.) Pin-497001, invites applications from Indian Nationals in prescribed format for the teaching posts of Professor, Associate Professor and Assistant Professor. Below are the key details of Teaching posts in Sarguja University Ambikapur :

Professor : Rs. 37400-67000 (PB-4) AGP Rs. 10000/-
Associate Professor : Rs. 37400-67000 (PB-4) AGP Rs. 9000/-
Assistant Professor : Rs. 15600-39100 (PB-3) AGP Rs. 6000/-

How To Apply: An application Fee of Rs. 700/- (Rs. 500/- for SC/ ST categories) to be paid through a demand draft drawn in favour of Registrar, Sarguja Vishwavidyalaya, Ambikapur.

Duly filled application form in the prescribed format must reach the Registrar on or before 15/09/2014 by 5:30 PM.

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gmch logo GMCH Chandigarh Counsellor, Pharmacist, other Posts Sep2014Chandigarh Administration Department of Medical Education & Research
Government Medical College & Hospital (GMCH), D Block, Sector-32, Chandigarh, invites Online Applications for various regular posts of Senior Physiotherapist, Junior occupational Therapist, Counsellor, Pharmacist, Junior Dietician . Below are the key details of GMCH Chandigarh regular posts :

Senior Physiotherapist : 03 posts, Pay Scale : Rs. 10300 – 34800 Grade Pay Rs. 3600/-
Junior Occupational Therapist : 02 posts, Pay : Rs. 5910 – 20200 Grade Pay Rs. 2000/-
Counsellor : 02 posts, Pay : Rs. 10300 – 34800 Grade Pay Rs. 3800/-
Pharmacist : 01 post , Pay : Rs. 10300 – 34800 Grade Pay Rs. 4200/-
Junior Dietician : 01 post, Pay : Rs. 5910 – 20200 Grade Pay Rs. 2800/-

How to Apply : Apply Online at GMCH website on or before 30/09/2014.

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SSC Logo 208x300 Technical Posts at SSC Karnataka Kerala Region Sep 2014Staff Selection Commission (SSC) Karnataka Kerala Region (KKR),First Floor, ‘E’ Wing, Kendriya Sadan, Koramangala, Bangalore – 560034 , invites applications for the posts in various Ministries/ Offices of the Government of India :

  • Senior Technical Assistant (Chemical) : 04 posts (UR-2, SC-1, OBC-1) in Central Ground Water Board, Pay Scale : Rs. 9300 – 34800 grade pay Rs.4600/-
  • Technical Officer (S&R) : 26 posts (UR-14, OBC-10, SC-2) in D/o Food & Public Distribution, M/o Consumer Affairs, Food & Public Distribution, Pay Scale : Rs. 9300 – 34800 grade pay Rs.4200/-
  • Senior Technical Assistant (Crops) : 05 posts (UR-3, OBC-1, SC-1) in D/o Agriculture and Co-Operation, M/o Agriculture, Pay Scale : Rs. 9300 – 34800 grade pay Rs.4200/-
  • Technical Officer: 01 post (UR-1) in D/o Cashewnut & Cocoa Development, M/o Agriculture, Pay Scale : Rs. 9300 – 34800 grade pay Rs.4200/-

How to Apply : Application in prescribed format should be sent in an envelope superscribed with bold letters as “Application for the posts of ……………….. ” on or before 26/09/2014 to The Regional Director (KKR), Staff Selection Commission, 1st Floor, E Wing, Kendriya Sadan, Koramangala, Bangalore – 560034.

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PM Narendra Modi’s Teachers’ Day Speech telecast live to schools all over India from 3:00 to 5:00 PM on September 05, 2014, is bring criticized for many reasons . These reasons range from its effects on pedagogy to unnecessarily burdening the children to using the Government machinery on some political activity to the odd timing of the speech. My reasons for criticizing the Modi’s Teachers’ Day Speech are different.

First reason is the right of the parents to exercise control on what their child assimilates at School. A parent usually gives his/her permission to the non-political education in the school.  He/she doesn’t want the child to be fed with anything which they see as political. A section of parents may not have problem with Modi’s same speech telecast live on their Home Televisions, but they may feel uneasy with their child listening to the same speech at school, without their supervision. The fact of the matter is, most parents don’t want any political party or person ,  catch their child young. They can be die hard supporters of a political party, but when it comes to children, they want them to remain apolitical till the time they can decide on their own.

Second reason is the money. The Government is constantly complaining of poor economic position of the country, and still it’s spending money on such purposes. There are thousands of schools all over India , each school will need a big screen , modem, and other peripherals to enable the telecast. The Government claims that the money needed for the arrangement will come from Vidyalaya Vikas Fund. The same money can be spent on getting better sanitation, accommodation facilities in these schools. As citizens we are treating PM Modi and the new Government as a pampered kid. Sooner than later, we will have to question the money involved.

I think, Modi ji must make the same speech on National Television. It will not only save money but also allow parents to decide whether they want their child to listen to the speech or not. It’s not right for the Government to surpass the parental control, by way of Government machinery and school teachers.


UP BJP chief Laxmikant Bajpai, Union minister Kalraj Mishra, Yogi Adityanath have been nominated by the BJP to lead the campaign for the upcoming Uttar Pradesh by-elections. The BJP MLA Suresh Rana, chargesheeted in connection with Muzaffarnagar riots has also been given the responsibility to campaign in Bijnor constituency.

It appears that polarising figures are hand picked to help BJP win the UP bypolls.

The four have already started to work on the responsibility entrusted upon them. They are ready to fight, polarize and do whatever they can to win the by polls — A natural disposition they are always eager to showcase. They are aware of the reward system in their party. Both Sangeet Som and Suresh Rana chargesheeted for Muzaffarnagar riots, were not only publicly hailed as “Hindu Hridaya Samrats“, but also felicitated in Agra at Mr. Narendra Modi’s Agra Rally, ahead of Lok Sabha Elections 2014. In the 100 days of the new Government’s rule, it managed to accomplish one thing clearly : Segregate its leaders into two separate Groups — one who will govern and other who will win elections.

Lakshmi Kant Bajpai’s one of the recent threats came at Moradabad. Giving a threat to the Moradabad SP for allegedly issuing political comments, during Kanth village communal issue, Bajpai said,

“The SP of Moradabad must not get blinded by arrogance. The SP Government will remain in power for maximum three years. Or it will fall even earlier. Hence he must not be blinded by arrogance. The punishment of God sticks to a person quietly. Nobody knows when that punishment will be inflicted upon him and upon which member of his family.”

Don’t know who’s displaying more arrogance — the SP of Moradabad or the BJP leader. That apart, Mr. Bajpayi appears to be the God sent man or his messenger. Else he wouldn’t have known about the future designs of the God. That too with that surety. No wonder though, afterall his party won 283 seats in the recent Lok Sabha elections. There’s another mystery though : Which God he’s indirectly refering to?

While protesting against the SP Government in Lucknow, the same Mr. Bajpayi defended his and his supporters right to fight, saying that,

“We are the Children of Bhagat Singh. We will fight pound for pound.”

It’s not unusual for protesters to reiterate their right to protest. It’s quite unusual for them to challenge the mob controllers. That apart, do we need Bhagat Singhs to sort out very matter in hand? What if the person in front of these Bhagat Singhs is a Woman?

Yogi Aditya Nath only yesterday said,

“Trend in riots in nation shows that places where Muslim population is 10-20 per cent communal tension is more. Where there is 20-40 per cent population, the communal tension is grave. Places where Muslim population is more than 40 per cent, non-Muslims have no place there,”

Going by Aditya Nath’s logic, the 1984 Sikh riots in Delhi were a result of sizable population of Sikhs in Delhi. Were they? That apart, will it be correct to say that in those riots, Sikhs suffered less than the non-Sikhs? Any where riots take place, those in the minority will suffer more. That’s why it’s hard on logic that a minority will instigate riots to bring harm on themselves. This is not rocket science.

Yogi Adityanath’s statement starts making sense, when one picks the last line of his statement : Places where Muslim population is more than 40 per cent, non-Muslims have no place there . Does he want to say that where Muslims are not outnumbered by non-muslims or Hindus, the Hindus can’t overpower them ? Does he want to say that Hindus can dominate minorities (muslims, Sikhs, Christians etc.) only when Hindus are in access of 80 percent. Ask yourself, going by this logic, who appears to you , the rioter or the problem creator?

BJP chose the saffron clad Adityanath, with a mysterious smile, to speak on the need of a more effective mechanism to deal with Communal Violence in the parliament, on behalf of his party. Some hours later, BJP Spokespersons cleverly distanced their party from Aditya Nath’s Parliamentary speech, terming it as one by some MP from Gorakhpur. How can a party disown the opinions of its own MP, who it made incharge to speak on BJP’s quota. You need to be a rocket scientist to understand BJP Spokespersons logic. Here, I’m not criticising the viciousness of Aditya Nath’s speech; what I’m criticising is the way BJP allows its MPs make such extreme opinions, only to distance itself later on. If BJP wants to get votes from such polarizing opinions then why doesn’t it own them. There can be two reasons for that: Either it has communicated to its cadres and supporters that it will do such flip flop for electoral gain OR it has least respect for people’s intelligence, including those who support its Hindutva Agenda.

We often criticise Taliban Muslims destroying Bamiyan Buddha Statues in Afghanistan. And we should. But that’s not their fault. They are simply unable to see such statues and places of worship, beyond them being stone figurines and brick n mortar structures. They can speak at lengths as to how a certain place of Worship is nothing more than a place of congregation of mortals.  That’s why we must not be surprised by the their action. Fundamentalists belonging to any religion act that way. The reason for this is simple: They see a Place of worship belonging to other religion, cult, culture as an enclosure of dead stones, bricks n mortar. They see human emotions such as love, friendship, culture, traditions, human rights , with sheer disdain as well. These fundamentalists can teach you much hallowed things from scriptures, but never usually act on what they preach! But, they are arrogant to the hilt. Why? As they see themselves more Godly than others. That’s why they don’t think twice before using God for their mortal ambitions. That’s why they don’t think twice before crushing the simple ambitions of others.


DCRUST Murthal Haryana Non-Teaching posts Aug-2014

dcrustm DCRUST Murthal Haryana Non Teaching posts Aug 2014Deenbandhu Chhotu Ram University Of Science and Technology (DCRUST), Murthal (Sonepat), Haryana-131039, through its Advt. No. 31/2014, invites applications on the prescribed form for the Non-Teaching posts in DCRUST Murthal . Below are the key details of DCRUST Murthal Haryana Non-Teaching posts :

Librarian : 01 post
Controller of Finance : 01 post
Executive Engineer : 01 post
Estate Officer : 01 post
Assistant Registrar : 07 posts
Sub-Divisional Engineer (Horticulture) : 01 post
Nurse : 02 posts
Security Officer : 01 (UR)
Store-Keeper : 02 posts Electrician Grade-II : 02 posts
Carpenter Grade-II : 01 post
Clerk-cum-DEO : 19 posts
Steno-typist (English) : 04 posts
Library Attendant : 02 posts
Workshop Helper : 02 posts
Bus Helper : 01 post
Waiter-cum-Cleaner : 04 posts
Peon : 11 posts

How To Apply: An application fee to be paid through a Demand Draft of Rs. 200/- (Rs. 100 for SC/ST) in favour of Registrar, Deenbandhu Chhotu Ram University of Science & Technology, Murthal (Sonepat) payable at SBI, Sonepat.

Duly filled application must reach the office of Assistant Registrar (Estt.), Deenbandhu Chhotu Ram University of Science & Technology, Murthal (Sonepat) – 131039 latest by 26/09/2014.

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How Do You Learn — Hard Way or Easy Way ?

Some years ago I read a book, Think without Ink. The book aims at teaching the readers – How to do mathematical calculations mentally, without writing anything on paper. The book thus aims at making the reader faster and more quicker in tackling the quantitative aptitude (related to numbers). But there’s one issue with the book : Only a person with an ability to work hard and having a sublime disposition can effectively learn from the book. For those who usually don’t want to sit back and contemplate on what is being taught, can hardly benefit from it, and the book will become yet another non-productive  chattel ( day to day thing ) in the room.

TWI and numerous other books which are often found with a best seller tag in Book stores , found in cities and Railway Stations,  are often purchased as an easy escape from grinding hard work. But once bought, rarely benefit the buyer. Still, every now and then, a Book hits the book stores , with claims to have a better alternative to old fashioned hard work.

Learning 239x300 How Do You Learn    Hard Way or Easy Way ? The proponents of hard work are not standing still. They are simultaneously promoting the humble hard work and discipline as the trusted way to learn new things.

Google’s Adsense and SEO Head , Matt Cutts in a TED Speech some years ago, shared the easiest way to learn a good habit and retain that for life. He advised the audience to religiously Try something for 30 days. After the 30 days, the act will remain with you life long. The act can be : doing something or abstaining from doing something. Thus the list can be endless : Going for a walk daily, jogging, Gym, studying daily, learning something new daily or abstaining from smoking, drinking etc.

You may also have sensed that, someone who had the discipline of trying something for 30 days without fault, will usually be a hard worker. Or will be at least disciplined.

In recent years, a spate of recent best sellers have promoted the effectiveness of hard work in learning new things and achieving success in one’s life, career. This school of Hard Work, is somewhat weary of quick fixes to success, as it deeply believes that the ability to work hard, toil and contemplate are the founding blocks to learning. This school firmly believes that even learning quicker, no pen or paper methods require a mind composed enough to learn. In Outliers, Malcolm Gladwell claims that talent and intelligence matter little in life , but that 10,000 hours of practice you devote in your chosen endeavour is all it takes to succeed. 10,000 hours roughly equals 417 days or 1 year 52 days.

Our approach to learning, especially with kids, ranges from strict or authoritarian parenting on one extreme ( such as one prescribed by Tiger Mom Amy Chua and Paul Tough’s How Children Succeed) to an extremely liberal one on the other (Let the Child take the path he wants to). Not to mention, most parents keep swinging between these two polls. The debate between the two approaches to learning, and everything in between, is unending. Hence, lets keep debating.

 How Do You Learn    Hard Way or Easy Way ? A new book is reported to have arrived, which doesn’t want you or your kids to toil hard (hard work) , cram, slack or grind. In How We Learn, Benedict Carey tells us that there’s an easier way to learning that hard work. That’s you can easily take breaks in between studies, get a good night’s sleep, day dream, never cram a single word, and still succeed. The idea is to study smarter, not harder.

Benedict Carey, a New York Times science reporter, had once been a hard working student. Although he managed to study Mathematics and journalism at Higher education, he increasingly kept feeling that there must be a more effective way of learning. And in his opinion, Hard work is surely not the one. That’s why he devoted his journalism career (started with The Times in 2004) to look for new ways of effective learning. His area of research is constantly looking for the scientific basis of how learning actually occurs and how we can make the most of our brain’s natural powers.

Learning is a complex subject. It’s difficult to make fixed opinions about it. From my own experience, there’s no one approach to effective learning. But one thing can be said for sure : Learning can be quick only for those who have the disposition and willingness to work hard. And hence the approach to Learning must be the middle path, with the balance more tilted towards hard work. What do you Say? How Do You learn?


Tradesman posts in Naval Dockyard Mumbai Aug-2014

Naval Dockyard, Mumbai , invites Online applications from the interested and eligible candidates for the posts of Tradesman Mate (Erstwhile MTS Industrial) at Naval Dockyard, Mumbai / any other place in Western Naval Command . Below are the key details of Tradesman posts (mate) in Naval Dockyard Mumbai :

naval Dockyard mumbai logo Tradesman posts in Naval Dockyard Mumbai Aug 2014Tradesman Mate : 548 posts (UR-319, OBC-137, SC-63, ST-29),

Tradesman Mate Pay Scale : Rs. 5200 – 20200 Grade Pay Rs. 1800

Tradesman Mate Age Limit : 18-25 years

Tradesman Mate Qualification : 10th standard pass.

How to Apply : Apply online at Naval Dockyard website on or before 14/09/2014 only.

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Madras University Professor posts in Madras University Chepauk August2014University of Madras, Centenary Buildings, Tholkappiar Campus, Chepauk, Chennai-600005, Tamil Nadu, invites applications from the interested and eligible candidates for filling up of the professor , Associate professor and Assistant professor posts at the National Centre for Nanoscience and Nanotechnology in the thrust area of Biomedical Nanotechnology situated at Guindy campus of University of Madras . Below are the key details of Professor posts in Madras University Chepauk :

Professor : 04 posts, Pay Scale : Rs. 37400-67000 with an AGP of Rs. 10000
Associate Professor : 04 posts, Pay Scale : Rs. 37400-67000 with an AGP of Rs. 9000
Assistant Professor : 08 posts, Pay Scale : Rs. 15600-39100 with an AGP of Rs. 6000

How to Apply : Apply in the prescribed format in 8 copies to the Registrar of the University with a Demand Draft for Rs.500/- (Rs.250/- for SC/ST) drawn in favour of the ‘The Registrar, University of Madras’, payable at Chennai on or before 22/09/2014.

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High Court of Judicature at Allahabad, invites Online applications from interested and eligible candidates for the Personal Assistant posts in the Establishment of High Court, Allahabad . Below are the key details of Allahabad High Court Personal Assistant posts :

Personal Assistants (PA)

54 posts (UR-31, SC-13,ST-1, OBC-16), Age : 21-35 years as on 01/07/2014, Pay Scale : Rs. 15600 – 39100 Grade Pay Rs. 4800/-

Personal Assistant Qualification : Bachelor Degree and good knowledge of Stenography (i.e. speed of 10 WPM in English Shorthand and 40 WPM in English Typewriting) having good knowledge in Computer.

How To Apply : An application fee of Rs. 500/- for General Category and Rs. 250/- for SC/ST to be paid through the Payment-Challan in any branch of the State Bank of India.

Apply Online at Allahabad High Court Website from 01/09/2014 15/09/2014 only.

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