AIIMS, Bhopal Recruitment 2019: Apply for 119 professor and other posts before this date

AIIMS Bhopal has released the recruitment notification for 119 posts. ( image courtesy – Yasir Iqbal) (representative image) AIIMS Bhopal recruitment: Attention candidates, All India Institute of Medical Sciences, Bhopal have released the job notification for the post of Professor, Additional Professor and Associate Professor in various departments. Candidates who are interested can apply through the online process. The last date to apply, as per notification is November 6, 2019. The official website to keep in mind is aiimsbhopal.edu.in. AIIMS Bhopal recruitment: How to apply Step 1: Visit the official website i.e.…

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AP Volunteer recruitment 2019: Interested to apply for Grama/ Ward Volunteer posts? Do so this way

AP Volunteer recruitment 2019: Panchayati Raj & Rural Development, Andhra Pradesh is recruiting volunteers in the state to ensure leak proof implementation of Government scheme/ programmes/orders issued. The role of village volunteers will be to identify the problems being faced by anybody in his/her jurisdiction and the same will be brought to the notice of Gram Panchayat and get resolved. Important dates: *Commencement of apply online: 24 June 2019 *Last date to apply online: 05 July 2019 *Dates for interview: 11-25 July 2019 The applicants for the volunteering must be from…

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Have a question on loans? This may help you

> I plan to take a loan for my son’s higher education. Do I have to pay EMI from the day I get it? – Gaurav Singh No, in an education loan the EMI essentially starts after completion of the course. In the interim period, you may clear the interest component, every month. In this period, the interest applied is simple interest and not compounded. > I want to invest some money in stocks. Can I take a bank loan to invest? —KS Sujan As an advisor, I would discourage…

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UGC allows all higher edu institutes to offer online courses: Is this a good move when classroom education is still filled with problems?

The UGC decision allowing higher education institutes to offer online courses could have many pros and cons. Check out the most common questions about the decision. The University Grants Commission (UGC) released a circular on January 4 inviting online applications from all from all eligible Higher Educational Institutions (HEls) to grant courses/programmes in online mode from 2019-20 academic session. This move takes forward the decision taken last year to open up HEIs to online courses to enhance access to higher education in India. But when even regular education mode with classroom teaching is…

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15+ Creative Online Classes to Spark Your Imagination This Week

Photo: Nik MacMillan This post may contain affiliate links. If you make a purchase, My Modern Met may earn an affiliate commission. Please read our disclosure for more info. Growing up was when many of us fostered a life-long love of learning. For just as many, however, formal schooling stopped in our early twenties. But this fact doesn’t mean that you have to cease all class time. Through the magic of the internet, there is a bevy of online creative classes that’ll teach you a new skill or cultivate what you…

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15+ Creative Online Classes to Spark Your Imagination This Week

Growing up was when many of us fostered a life-long love of learning. For just as many, however, formal schooling stopped in our early twenties. But this fact doesn’t mean that you have to cease all class time. Through the magic of the internet, there is a bevy of online creative classes that’ll teach you a new skill or cultivate what you already know. Best of all, you can take them at your own pace. Are you looking to diversify your interests? Perhaps you’re a photographer who would like to know…

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5 college basketball big men to watch work in the paint this season

Not all dominant big men are created equally. There are supreme athletes, throwback types who do their damage in the low post, and those who can do a little bit of everything. Here are five guys we can’t wait to watch this season. Ethan Happ, Wisconsin Happ is an artist on the low block. His game probably would have been better suited for the 1990s, but he’s so good and skilled that it works just fine in 2018. Well, more than fine. He averaged 17.9 points and eight rebounds last…

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How This Navient Lawsuit Affects Your Student Loans

Members of the American Federation of Teachers, the second largest teachers union in the U.S., filed a lawsuit against Navient, one of the the nation’s largest student loan servicers. If you have a student loan, there is a good chance that it may be serviced by Navient. Navient, which spun off from Sallie Mae, has more than 12 million customers and services more than $300 billion of government and private student loans. Here’s what you need to know and the action you can take. Navient Lawsuit: The allegations The lawsuit alleges that Navient…

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IGNOU introduces MA in Development Studies from this year, check details here

IGNOU 2018: Admissions in MA in Development Studies open, check the details Indira Gandhi National Open University (IGNOU) has launched a Master of Arts (Development Studies) course which would start from July this year. The programme is meant for development professionals across the sectors and for fresh graduates interested in pursuing a career as a development professional, informed Prof PVK Sasidhar, the programme coordinator. MA in Development Studies is an open and distance learning course. ELIGIBILITY CRITERIA FOR IGNOU: This 2-year program can be pursued by any graduate having a…

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Student loan cutbacks not expected to land on Trump’s desk this year

Republicans who were eager to impose new restrictions on federal student lending and loan forgiveness are likely to be stymied this year by Democrats. Photo credit: Shutterstock.com. No more PLUS loans for grad students! Public Service Loan Forgiveness to be eliminated! No more subsidized student loans! If you see some scary-looking headlines like these about legislation making its way through Congress in coming weeks, you can probably take them with a grain of salt. Republicans who were eager to impose new restrictions on federal student lending and loan forgiveness are likely…

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