Railways RRC group D recruitment 2019-21: Exams likely in September, check syllabus, exam pattern, selection procedure

RRC group D recruitment 2019-21: The first stage CBT is likely to be conducted from September to October 2019. Image source: Design by Gargi Singh/ gettyimages.in  Railways RRC group D recruitment 2019-21: The online application process for the Railway recruitment cell (RRC) group D posts is continuing, and the candidates can apply online till April 12, 2019. There is a total of 1,03,769 vacant posts and the online window to submit the application fee will be available till April 23, 2019. The RRC will announce the dates for the first computer-based test (CBT) soon…

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Syndicate Bank Specialist Officer Recruitment 2017, Selection Procedure

NEW DELHI:  Syndicate Bank had released notification for recruitment to the post of Specialist Officer in different verticals or scales. A total of 99 vacancies are open for recruitment. Read more about the vacancy details here. Candidates who have not applied yet should apply at the earliest as online registration will close today. Candidates must be aware of the selection process. The Bank will follow strict procedure for selecting candidates against the available vacancies. Syndicate Bank Recruitment- Selection Procedure for Specialist Officer Post For all posts, candidates will have to go…

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HC dismisses state government’s appeal against stay over recruitment procedure for 200 posts for UFDC

DEHRADUN: The Uttarakhand High court has dismissed the special appeal of the state government against the stay of single bench over recruitment procedure for 200 posts for Uttarakhand Forest Development Corporation. Chief justice KM Joseph and VK Bisht considered the special appeal as premature. The judges directed the state government to appeal before the single bench in this case. Owing to this, the corporation has to cancel the examination to be held for the selection of the candidates on Monday. The petitioner Ripu Daman Singh and two other candidates moved…

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