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AKU Mithapur Patna Various Posts | Jan-2015

Last Date to Apply for various posts in Aryabhatta Knowledge University (AKU) Mithapur Patna: February 21

Aryabhatta Knowledge University (AKU), Chanakya National law University Campus, Mithapur, Patna – 800001 — a University established by Government of Bihar, invites online applications for various posts. Below are the key details of AKU Mithapur Patna Various Posts:

AKU Mithapur Patna Various PostsAssistant Controller of Examination : 01 post
Section Officer : 01 post
Liaison Officer : 01 post (Purely on Contract basis)
Registrar : 01 post
Finance Officer : 01 post
Assistant Professor : 02 posts
Assistant Professor : 02 posts
Senior Technical Assistant : 01 post
Technical Assistant : 02 posts
Laboratory Assistant : 03 posts

How to Apply : An Application Fee of Rs.500/- in the form of demand draft to be paid, made in favour of “Aryabhatta Knowledge University” and should be payable at Patna. The SC/ST/and PWD AKU candidates are exempted from paying fee.

Duly filled application forms along with DD and one self – addressed stamped envelope be sent to “The Registrar, Aryabhatta Knowledge University Patna” on the address mentioned above by Speed Post only by 21/02/2015.

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The Problem is: Every Parent always assumes any Drug Addict, as someone else’s Child.

It’s good to keep generating ideas. But there’s must be some deep thinking before making them public. Particularly when the ideas relate to school students and also, when the idea or statement relates to sensitive issue. But BJP has a habit of scoring points, wherever and whenever it can. Taking the latest example for instance. Seeing that talking about drug menace in Punjab has become a fashion, a Punjab BJP leader has suggested a mandatory drug tests for all students above class 8.

BJP Leader Vineet Joshi has even submitted the memorandum to chief minister Parkash Singh Badal, in this regard. Mr. Joshi is of the view that since addicts mostly belong to young age group, a screening at schools and colleges will help. for the screening he suggests urine and blood tests at time of admission in school. Akali Dal ministers are not prepared to take the proposal seriously. And rightly so. But the BJP ministers are considering its viability and the possible methods of implementation.

Whatever the numbers, such as — As many as 67% of rural households have at least one addict OR in some areas, the use of heroin among 15-25-year-olds is as high as 75% — one can’t have such screenings, not only in the school level, but in college level as well. As a matter of fact, such screenings are not good for any adult out of school as well. Why? As Drug addiction, is not a simple issue. Drug addiction has social stigma attached to it. Who will take the responsibility of the consequences (social stigma attached or social boycott) of the student (or any individual, if the findings of such screenings become public?

I saw many parents and teachers supporting such mandatory drug tests, but they are surely not considering the privacy of a child or an individual. They are mindlessly supporting this, simply assuming that, a child trapped in the drug addiction is always someone else’s child. This is not true, as every drug addict is somebody’s child. There are much better ways to tackle Drug addiction in any society.

The Government can educate parents, through various modes of information channels, about the tell-tale signs of addiction to any drugs. Some of these include — remaining aloof, distancing oneself from the society, suspicious stains in cloths, suspicious smells, bad company, loss of appetite, abnormal mood swings etc. These are just broad examples, an expert can inform about these signs and behaviors in a better manner. The dissemination of such expert information is Government’s responsibility. Doing mandatory blood and urine tests to nail down a drug user is simply not the work of the Government. Taking into account the various stigmas associated to drug use, it’s always better to leave the decision of Drug screening and rehabilitation to the individual, parents and family.

One of the reasons for drug addiction in Punjab and elsewhere is the drug trafficking from Pakistan. The Government at Centre must take steps to decrease that inflow. That apart, opiates are easily available in Punjab due to its cultivation inf neighboring Rajasthan and Madhya Pradesh. The Governments of these states must try to curb such illegal cultivation of drugs.

IGNTU Amarkantak Non Faculty posts Jan-2015

Last Date to Apply for Non Faculty posts in Indira Gandhi National Tribal University (IGNTU), Amarkantak : 28 February

IGNTU Amarkantak Non Faculty postsIndira Gandhi National Tribal University (IGNTU), Amarkantak, Mekal Sadan, Kapiladhara Road, Amarkantak (M.P.) – 484886 — a Central University established by an Act of Parliament — invites applications for IGNTU Non – Faculty posts. Below are the key details of IGNTU Amarkantak posts:

Librarian : 01 post
Executive Engineer (Civil) : 01 post
Assistant Librarian : 03 posts (1 for Regional Campus Manipur)
Public Relation Officer : 01 post
Information Scientist : 01 post
Section Officer : 01 post
Private Secretary : 03 posts
Assistant Engineer (Civil) : 01 post
Security Officer : 01 post
Assistant : 02 posts
Personal Assistant : 02 posts
Professional Assistant : 01 post
Senior Technical Assistant : 05 posts
Senior Technical Assistant (Computer) : 02 posts
Junior Engineer (Civil) : 01 post
Semi Professional Assistant : 01 post
Technical Assistant : 06 posts
Pharmacist : 01 post
Security Inspector : 01 post
Upper Division Clerk : 03 posts
Library Assistant : 01 post
Laboratory Assistant : 09 posts
Lower Division Clerk : 11 posts
Driver : 01 post
Cook : 02 posts
Library Attendant : 02 posts
Laboratory Attendant : 08 posts
Multi Tasking Staff : 06 posts
Kitchen Attendant : 02 posts
Hostel Attendant : 02 posts

How to Apply : A Demand Draft of Rs. 500/- ( Rs. 250/- for SC/ST) drawn in favour of Indira Gandhi National Tribal University.

Duly filled job application forms should reach to the Registrar, Indira Gandhi National Tribal University, Pondki, Lalpur, Amarkantak, Madhya Pradesh, 484886, India. on or before 28/02/2015.

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Last Date to Apply for Indian Air Force SSC/Permanent Commissioned Officer posts in Meteorological Branch: February 14, 2015

IAF Officer postsIndian Air Force invites applications from Both MALE and FEMALE candidates for Short Service Commission Officer in Indian Air Force. The SSC posts are in the Meteorological Branch for the Courses commencing January – 2016. The SSC/Permanent Service Commission in Meteorological Branch for the course will commence January 2016. Below are the key details of IAF Officer posts for Meteorological Branch :

Age Limit : 20-26 years as on 01/01/2016

Pay Scale : Rs.15600-39100 Grade Pay Rs.5400 plus Rs.6000/- MSP and other allowances

How to Apply : If you meet the requirements, apply on plain A4 size paper (typed or hand written) in English in the prescribed format and post the application to the address Post Bag No. 001, Nirman Bhawan Post Office, New Delhi – 110106 by ordinary post to reach latest by 14/02/2015. (21/02/2015 for the candidates from far-flung areas)

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When a celebrity author makes a pitch for his book on Comedy Nights with Kapil, there’s hardly any need to get more publicity. I’m ayushman khurana bollywood stuggletalking about Actor Ayushman Khurana’s new book — Cracking the Code : How to Survive and Thrive in Bollywood. The book is about Khurana’s struggle to get into Bollywood, the challenges he faced and how he overcame them. The book came at time, when Ayushman Khurana’s new movie Hawaizaada is set to release. Don’t know how accurate the claim was but it’s based on Scientist Shivkar Bapuji Talpade’s life, who the movie claims invented and flew in an airplane, a couple if years earlier than Wright Brothers.

NSIC new Delhi Manager Posts Jan-2015

Last Date to Apply for Chief Manager, Deputy Manager posts in Finance & Accounts in NSIC New Delhi: February 07

nsic new delhi manager postsNational Small Industries Corporation Limited (NSIC), NSIC Bhawan, Okhla Industrial Estate, New Delhi – 110020, India — a Government of India Enterprise — invites Online applications for the posts of Managerial Professionals in NSIC. Below are the key details of Manager posts in NSIC New Delhi :

    • Chief Manager : 05 posts (SC-01,OBC-01,Gen.-03), Pay Scale : Rs. 24900-50500/-
    • Chief Manager (Finance & Accounts) : 05 posts (SC-01,Gen.-04), Psy Scale : Rs. 24900 – 50500/-
    • Deputy Manager : 15 posts (SC-02,ST-01,OBC-06,Gen.-06), Pay Scale : Rs. 16400- 40500/-
    • Deputy Manager (Finance & Accounts) : 06 posts (SC-02,ST-01,OBC-02,Gen.-01), Pay Scale : Rs. 16400- 40500/-

How to Apply : Interested and eligible candidates must apply Online at NSIC website on or before 07/02/2015 only. Print out of the system generated application for should be send to Deputy General Manager (HR), National Small Industries Corporation Limited, “NSIC Bhavan”, Okhla Industrial Estate, New Delhi – 110020, so as to reach latest by 17/02/2015.

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SSC Karnataka Kerala Region Various Posts Jan-2015

Last Date to Apply for the various posts in SSC Karnataka Kerala Region: February 13

SSC Karnataka Kerala RegionStaff Selection Commission (SSC) — SSC Karnataka Kerala Region or SSC KKR, First Floor, ‘E’ Wing, Kendriya Sadan, Koramangala, Bangalore – 560034 — invites applications for the following posts in various Ministries/ Offices of the Government of India. Below are the key details of SSC Karnataka Kerala Region Various Posts :

Senior Radio Technician : 01 post (UR) in Directorate of Lighthouses and Lightships, M/o Shipping, Pay Scale : Rs. 9300 – 34800 grade pay Rs.4200/-
Research Assistant (Environment) : 08 posts (UR-04, OBC-1, SC-2, ST-1) in M/o Environment , Forests & Climate change, Pay Scale : Rs. 9300 – 34800 grade pay Rs.4200/-
Technical Assistant : 01 post (UR-1) in Dte. of Cashew nut & Cocoa Development, M/o Agriculture, Pay Scale : Rs. 5200-20200 grade pay Rs.2800/-
Technical Officer: 01 post (UR-1) in D/o Cashew nut & 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 13/02/2015 to The Regional Director (KKR), Staff Selection Commission, 1st Floor, E Wing, Kendriya Sadan, Koramangala, Bangalore – 560034.

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Do Indians understand Cartoons ? On Indian Republic Day

It’s easier to say: I understand cartoons without getting offended.

Yes, these are some thoughts which came to my mind on the eve of India’s 66th Republic Day, which we celebrated only yesterday. The thoughts pertained to Cartoons, and having the sensibility to understand the sarcasm and humor within. The chain of thoughts began with a Question: Do we understand Cartoons? Or more pointedly — Do Indians understand Cartoons or Political cartoons or religious cartoons?

On the morning of 7 January 2015, at about 11:30 local time, two masked gunmen armed with assault rifles and other weapons forced their way into the offices of the French satirical weekly newspaper Charlie Hebdo in Paris. They fired up to 50 shots, killing eleven people and injuring eleven others during their attack. An extremely sad incident. Two people who thought themselves to be acting on behalf of God, didn’t think twice killing the same creatures the God created. The God which they themselves adhered to. God is God, whatever way one wants to see him/her.

Every logical person saw the gruesome act as the killers’ lack of ability to appreciate satire and humor. Or they saw the act as the killers’ lack of ability to digest a thought contrary to killers’ belief system. Even when those particular cartoons offended someone, that doesn’t mean one can kill fellow human being.

Now lets come to another cartoon which offended a section of people in India and abroad (those who are people of Indian Origin).

When India’s Mars Orbiter reached Mars’s orbit a couple of months ago, NYT published a cartoon, wherein an Indian with loin and turban and a cow, is shown knocking on the door of an elite club of Western Academics or scientists. Many Indians on Twitter termed the cartoon as racist. Here’s the cartoon.

indian villager mars orbitor cartoon

The above cartoon offended some Indians to such an extent that NYT has to publish apology and explain to them that the cartoon was only using stereotypes (eg. India the country of snake Charmers) to bring some laughter. If India is proud of its culture and people, the cartoon doesn’t seem too offending. Aren’t we a country of farmers with animals? Don’t snake charmers still exist in India?

To conclude my thoughts on: Do Indians understand cartoons? I want to bring to your notice another cartoon which became the talk of the Social networks, metros a year or two ago. Here’s the cartoon:

offending ambedkar cartoon

 

The above Cartoon was in a textbook published by the NCERT. Few Dalit Thinkers found it anti-dalit. And this ensued a sense of outrage among a section of Indians, to the extent that the cartoon has to be removed from the textbook. Guess who came in support of the cartoon (to retain it in the textbook), the same Twitter and Facebook using Indians, who lately saw the NYT Mars Mission Cartoon as ‘Racist’.

Thus, Do Indians or for that matter anyone really understands cartoons? Or does our response, depends on the side of the debate we find ourselves on? Please do think over the question…

PS: Unknowingly, these musings came on the day Great Cartoonist R. K. Laxman left us. A sad day for every cartoon lover. R. K. Laxman, May You Rest in Peace.

UPSC Advertisement No. 02/2015 |Various Posts

Last date to Apply for UPSC Advertisement No. 02/2015 for Junior Scientific Officer, Specialists Grade III and other  posts:  February 12.

UPSC Advertisement No. 02/2015Union Public Service Commission (UPSC), Shahjahan Road, Dholpur House, New Delhi – 110069 , through UPSC Advertisement No. 02/2015 invites Online applications for various posts in various Government of India Ministries and Departments. Below are the key details of  UPSC Advertisement No. 02/2015 for various posts :

  1. Junior Scientific Officer : 01 post (SC) in National Centre of Organic Farming, Ghaziabad Ministry of Agriculture, Department of Agriculture & Cooperation.
  2. Specialists Grade-III (Medicine) : 07 posts (SC-01, ST-01, OBC-01, UR-04) in the Non-Teaching Specialist Sub-Cadre of C.H.S. at Andaman & Nicobar Islands, Ministry of Health & Family Welfare
  3. Specialists Grade-III Assistant Professors (Nephrology) : 02 posts (SC-01, UR-01) in Teaching Specialist Sub-Cadre of C.H.S., Ministry of Health & Family Welfare
  4. Specialists Grade-III Assistant Professors (Anaesthesia) : 37 posts (SC-04, ST-02, OBC-13, UR-18) in Teaching Specialist Sub-Cadre of C.H.S., Ministry of Health & Family Welfare
  5. Deputy Controllers of Mines : 04 posts (OBC-02, UR-02) in Indian Bureau of Mines, Ministry of Mines.
  6. Senior Lecturer (General Surgery) : 01 post (OBC-01) in Govt. Medical College & Hospital Chandigarh, Department of Medical Education & Research, Chandigarh Administration
  7. Senior Lecturer (Microbiology) : 01 post (OBC-01) in Govt. Medical College & Hospital Chandigarh, Department of Medical Education & Research, Chandigarh Administration
  8. Senior Lecturer (Immuno Haematology & Blood Transfusion) : 01 post (OBC-01) in Govt. Medical College & Hospital Chandigarh, Department of Medical Education & Research, Chandigarh Administration
  9. Senior Lecturer (Tuberculosis & Respiratory Diseases) : 01 post (OBC-01) in Govt. Medical College & Hospital Chandigarh, Department of Medical Education & Research, Chandigarh Administration
  10. Senior Lecturers (Paediatrics) : 04 posts (OBC-01, UR-03) in Govt. Medical College & Hospital Chandigarh, Department of Medical Education & Research, Chandigarh Administration
  11. Senior Lecturers ( Radio-diagnosis) : 03 posts ( SC-01, OBC-02) in Govt. Medical College & Hospital Chandigarh, Department of Medical Education & Research, Chandigarh Administration

How to Apply :  Apply Online at UPSC website on or before 12/02/2015 only.

For more job details, job advertisement and application format refer to UPSC Advt. No. 02/2015:

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Aarya Babbar authored, Salman Khan recommended Book

Remember the day Aarya Babbar got evicted from the Bigg Boss 8 House? He used the opportunity to promote his upcoming book — My Fiancee, Me & #I fu**ed up. Generous Salman Khan whole heartedly supported his pitch. The news is, the book is available now. But wait for us to publish the review first.