Railway Recruitment 2019: Biggest Exam To Recruit 2000 Aspirants Begins Today

Bhubaneswar: More than 4.39 lakh candidates will be appearing a crucial test under one of the largest recruitment drive conducted by the Indian Railways today. Indian Railways will conduct recruitment drive for the Para-Medical categories. The Computer Based Test (CBT) for recruitment to 1923 posts of Para-Medical categories will start from today till July 21, 2019. The examination will conducted in 345 test Centres in 107 towns and cities across the country. Official sources said it is the first recruitment by Indian Railways in which reservation for Economically Weaker Sections…

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Railway Recruitment 2019: More Vacancy With Direct Interview For Govt Job Aspirants

The North East Frontier Railway has invited applications from interested and eligible candidates for the positions of Teacher. Candidates can Walk-In for the positions on the mentioned date given below. Walk in Interview Date: June 20, 2019 and June 21, 2019 Railway Recruitment 2019 Vacancy Detail Trained Graduate Teachers – 10 Posts Post Graduate Teachers – 03 Posts Primary Teachers – 09 Posts Educational Qualification Candidate must possess Diploma/ B.Ed/ Graduation/ B.P.Ed/ Post Graduate/ Senior Secondary from a recognized board or university. Those who have passed in TET exam will…

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Railway Recruitment 2019: New jobs announced – What aspirants should know

Indian Railways Recruitment 2019: The Railway Recruitment Cell (RRC) of Northern Railway has invited applications from interested candidates for as many as 678 vacant positions of Station Master, Pointsman A & B, Guard/Goods, Inspector Kh, Gateman Optg & Ministerial Cadre at its official website–www.rrcnr.org. Interested candidates should submit their applications by May 9, 2019. According to the Indian Railways notification, category-wise vacancy details are: Station Master- 61, Pointsman- 288, Guard/Goods- 238, Inspector Kh- 05, Gateman Optg- 82, and Ministerial Cadre- 04. Notably, these posts belong to ‘Re-engagement of Retired Railway…

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RRB Recruitment 2019: Railway JE Aspirants Know Your Application Status

Those who have applied for the RRB Junior Engineer (JE) 2019 can now check the status of their application online by visiting the official website of RRBs. The railway recruitment boards (RRB) will conduct the JE exam to fill as many as 13,487 posts. RRB Recruitment 2019: Here’s How to Check RRB JE 2019 Application Status Click on- https://seje5.rly-rect-appn.in/application_status/ It will Direct you to a Page, now Click on the Respective RRB Enter your registration ID, Date of Birth and Security Code Submit all Necessary Asked Details Check the Application Status…

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Focus on career plan, academic knoweldge, MBA aspirants told

Madurai-based Thiagarajar School of Management (TSM) in association with The Hindu Education Plus organised a one-day group discussion and personal interview (GDPI) session for MBA aspirants here on Wednesday. Addressing the participants, Director and Professor of TSM Gautam Ghosh said the first hurdle faced by students is choosing a good MBA college, especially from the second and third rung segment. Apart from the IIMs and other top B-Schools, there are about 4,000 colleges recognised by the AICTE and as well as autonomous ones, but before joining a college a student…

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Good News for MBA Aspirants: IIM-A Now Offers an Online PG Course Too!

The premier management institute has launched a two-year e-Post Graduate Programme in Management (ePGP) for working executives and entrepreneurs. Indian Institute of Management, Ahmedabad. Source: By Mahargh Shah, via Wikimedia Commons The course will have a hybrid learning structure, offering a mixture of online as well as classroom learning. According to a report in The Indian Express, the technology partner for the course is Hughes Global Education, an online learning solutions provider. The programme will facilitate satellite-based education through an interactive onsite learning (IOL) platform across more than 85 classrooms in over…

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Punjab recruitment scam side-effect: Retests prove costly for aspirants

Cancellation and re-conduct of several recruitment examinations following selective leak of question papers has put a financial burden on lakhs of government job aspirants in Punjab. There are candidates who have shelled out more than Rs 30,000, applying for these tests since November last year. While they are likely to get no refund of the amount paid to apply for the examinations that stand cancelled now, they will also have to pay again to apply for the retest in many cases. The worst-affected are the candidates who cleared the examinations,…

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