DRDO Recruitment 2019: Engineers can Apply for 20 Fresh Vacancies, Salary Rs 31,000

DRDO recruitment 2019 for engineers is being conducted at the Centre for Airborne Systems (CABS), Bengaluru and there is a vacancy of 20 JRF positions DRDO recruitment 2019 for engineers has been announced by the Centre for Airborne Systems (CABS), Bengaluru, which is one of the premier research centers of the Defence Research and Development Organisation (DRDO). There are as many as 20 junior research fellowships (JRF) available and engineers from various streams can apply for the same. Selected candidates will be eligible for a stipend of Rs 31,000 plus…

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HSSC Recruitment 2019 Notification Out for 1624 Junior Engineer Posts, Apply Online from 20 June

HSSC Recruitment 2019: Haryana Staff Selection Commission (HSSC) has released a notification for recruitment to the post of Junior Engineer. Interested candidates can apply to the posts through the prescribed format from 20 June 2019. A total of 1624 vacancies for the post of Junior Engineer have been notified in Haryana Staff Selection Commission. The online for HSSC JE Recruitment 2019 will start from 20 June and end on 4 July 2019. Candidates are advised to fill their application form carefully. No request for change of any particular on the…

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Get a crash course in the basics of cryptocurrency for $20

Most years, December is the time you justify your procrastination by gift shopping, reviewing essential “Best Of” lists, and planning extremely well-deserved holiday vacations. However, in staying true to its persistent weirdness, 2017’s December made cryptocurrency one of the trendiest, most distraction-worthy subjects of the year. While a single bitcoin reached nearly $20,000 in value, many other cryptocurrencies saw similarly optimistic gains, and the news cycle turned towards teenage millionaires. Like, what is this world we live in? If you’re one of those people who invested early and are reaping the benefits, then…

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Centre issues rules for 20 ‘World Class Institutes’

The Centre has notified regulations and guidelines for the establishment of 10 Institutes of Eminence in the public sector and another 10 in the private sector. These higher educational institutions are to be set up as a distinct category of the deemed universities and would be given greater academic, administrative and financial autonomy to enable them to earn the ‘world-class’ status in quality and standards. “There is a felt need to create a distinct category of deemed-to-be universities called Institutions of Eminence Deemed-to-be Universities, which shall be regulated differently from…

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20 world class research varsities to be called ‘Indian institutes of eminence,’ will come up soon: Javadekar

New Delhi Human resource development minister Prakash Javdaekar on Monday told Parliament that guidelines and proposal for the 20 world class research and teaching institutions were ready and would soon get the go-ahead. “The guidelines are ready. The proposal is in final shape and I am very hopeful and very sure that this proposal will get the final nod in this (monsoon session),” Javadekar said in Lok Sabha in response to a question during Question Hour. The question came from Trinamool Congress leader Sugata Bose who wanted details of the government’s…

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20 world class research institutes to come up in India

“The government has decided to establish 20 world class institutions across the country to encourage the young talent and promote innovation in science and technology,”  said HRD Minister Prakash Jadadekar . 20 world class research institutes to come up in India In order to promote research and innovation in India, the BJP-led government has recently decided to set up 20 world class institutes in India. This announcement was made Union Human Resources Development Minister Prakash Javadekar at recent event held at Indian Institute of Science (IISc). Here’s what Prakash Jadadekar…

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HRD min holds discussions on proposed 20 world class varsities

Senior functionaries of the HRD ministry today held deliberations on the regulations for the proposed 20 ‘world class universities’ that were announced in the 2016-17 budget by the government. In the meeting which was headed by HRD minister Prakash Javadekar, the aspects related to autonomy and regulations for these universities were finalised, officials sources said. It was also discussed whether words- ‘world class’ be used in the nomenclature for these institutes. Sources said rather they may be called institutes of excellence. Giving more flexibility to the regulations through suggestions like…

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Shower of US jobs for IIT-Delhi pupils; over 20 students get offers paying over $100,000 base pay

It’s raining international job offers at Indian Institute of Technology, Delhi this year, with most of the students choosing USA for their first job, after B.Tech. According to the placement cell of IIT-D, last year only eight international job offers came to the campus, out of which four were rejected, this year the number of offers has gone up to 40 after the completion of the first phase. “Last year there were eight international job offers but out of them four were rejected by students who chose Indian companies over…

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Teachers’ recruitment scam: 20 of 25 identified beneficiaries got selected

Out of 25 beneficiaries identified by conduit Bijender Nain who had bought the question paper for the JBT exam, 20 were able to join the service, while the remaining five were ineligible due to agebar. Seventeen candidates are working as teachers in government schools while three are on leave.Conduit Bijender Nain of Sonepat was arrested by the Chandigarh Police in connection with the UT teachers’ recruitment scam on November 2, after one of the main conduits, Dinesh Kumar Yadav, revealed his name.Ravi Kumar Singh (Operations) said the interrogation of the…

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What Happens When Careers Last 20 Years Longer?

Like many of my peers, I had thought that I could gently start thinking about retirement in my mid-fifties. But as my mid-fifties arrived, and as the debate about the human lifespan rages on, I’ve been confronting a new question: what if I live to 100? For more, I looked to a book by Lynda Gratton and Andrew Scott, two London Business School professors, called The 100 Year Life. Half the children born today, they say, have a 50% chance of living to 105. That’s up from only 1% a…

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