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Tuesday, 28 March 2017

Sunday, 26 March 2017

SBI Recruitment 2017 for Specialist Officers

SBI Recruitment 2017 – 255 Specialist Officer (SO) Posts | 

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Apply Online State bank of India Job Vacancies 2017 SBI Job Vacancy 2017 For 255 Sales Head, Customer Relationship Executives, Relationship Manager, Manager, Investment Counsellors, Operations Head Posts 
Eligible Candidates Apply Online Application Through Official website www.sbi.co.in SBI Admit Card, Age Limit, Eligibility Criteria, Online Registration Processes,Last Date Details Given below

SBI Recruitment 2017: Dates to Remember

Last Date to apply onlineApril 10th, 2017
Last Date for Paying FeeApril 10th, 2017
Last Date for Printing ApplicationsApril 25th, 2017

Total No.of Posts: 255
  • Sales Head – 01
  • Products, Investments & Research Head – 01
  • Operations Head – 01
  • Manager (Business Development) – 01
  • Manager (Business Process) – 01
  • Central Research Team – 04
  • Acquisition Relationship Managers – 21
  • Relationship Managers – 120
  • Relationship Manager (Team Lead) – 15
  • Investment Counsellors – 25
  • Customer Relationship Executives – 65

SBI Recruitment 2017


Candidates applying for SBI Vacancy Recruitment should have the following educational qualifications,

  • Sales Head: MBA/PGDM from reputed Colleges. + Minimum 15 Years of relevant work experience in financial services, Investment advisory and Private banking. Minimum Eight Years of Experience in Wealth Management
  • Products, Investments & Research Head: Graduation / Post Graduation from the reputed Colleges. Knowledge and Experience in Market Analytics and Passion for Research in Economics trend and Products. + Minimum 15 Years of relevant work experience in financial services, Financial Product Development, Investment Advisory and Private Banking. Minimum Eight Years of Experience in Wealth Management
  • Operations Head: MBA/PGDM from reputed College. + Minimum 15 Years of Experience in financial services, investment advisory and private banking out of which minimum 8 years of experience in setting up and Managing Mid Office, Back Office and Branch Operations of Wealth Management set up. Exposure on CRM platform for Wealth Management is preferred.
  • Manager (Business Development): MBA/PGDM from reputed College/ University. + Minimum 5 years of experience in Bank/Wealth Management firms/broking firms. Experience in business development in wealth management area.
  • Manager (Business Process): MBA/PGDM from reputed College/ University. + Minimum 5 years of experience in Bank / Wealth Management firms / broking firms / Wealth management solution firms. Experience in business process management in wealth management area
  • Central Research Team: MBA/PGDM from reputed College/ University. + Minimum 5 Years of Experience in Fixed Income Research / MF Research / Equity and Derivative Research / Portfolio Analytics In Wealth Management Firm / Bank / AMC.
  • Acquisition Relationship Managers: Graduate from Government recognized University or Institution. + Minimum 2 years of experience in acquisition of High Net Worth clients (Clients having a minimum Total Relationship Value (TRV) of INR.20.00 lakh or more) in Wealth Management business with leading Public /Private / Foreign Banks / Broking / Securities firms and other financial institutions
  • Relationship Managers: Graduate from Government recognized University or Institution + Minimum 3 years of experience as a Relationship Manager in Wealth Management with leading Public /Private / Foreign Banks/Broking/Security firms.
  • Relationship Manager (Team Lead): Graduate from Government recognized University or Institution. + Minimum 4 years of experience as a Relationship Manager in Wealth Management Experience as a Team Lead is preferred.
  • Investment Counsellors: Graduate/Post Graduate with AMFI/ NISM (Module V) certified from Government recognized University or Institutions. Candidates with CFP/ CFA/SEBI IA Certifications will be preferred. + Minimum 3 years of experience as an Investment advisor / counselor / part of Product Team in Wealth Management organization
  • Customer Relationship Executives: Graduate from Government recognized University or Institution + Experience in documentation requirements of financial products and good communications skills would be desirable


Results of GATE 2017 Examinations:
The results of Graduate Aptitude Test in Engineering (GATE) 2017 examination have been declared on its official website by the Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) Roorkee on Monday (March 27).
The test was conducted on February 4, 5, 11 and 12. The answer keys were released on February 27.
Candidates can check their results by clicking here and entering their enrolment id. Successful candidates can download the scorecard till May 5, 2017 only. As per the official website, GATE 2017 scorecard download will be enabled shortly.

Conducted by the Indian Institute of Science and the IIT, GATE scores are used for admission to MTech/PhD programmes in IITs, IISc and various other institutes. GATE is conducted in 23 disciplines of engineering and science subjects and identifies the candidate’s understanding of a subject and aptitude and eligibility for higher studies.

GATE scores are also used as a criterion for recruitment in government organisations such as cabinet secretariat, and national and state public sector undertakings in India. Many GATE qualified candidates are paid scholarships or assistantship, especially funded by the ministry of human resources development and by other ministries.

The GATE score is valid for 3 years.


National Thermal Power Corporation Limited (NTPC), which is largest Public Sector Undertaking of Power Generation has published notification  inviting applications for 75 Diploma Engineering Jobs in its subsidiary companies like Bhartiya Rail Bijlee Company Limited (BRBCL), Kanti Bijlee Utpadan Nigam Limited (KBUNL), Nabinagar Power Generating Company Private Limited (NPGCL).
Post Name: Diploma Trainees
Vacancies: 75 (Mechanical – 29, Electrical – 28, C&I – 16, Civil – 2)
Stipend: Rs.15,500/- per month (after absorption : Rs. 15500-3%-34500/-).
Qualification : 
Must have done Full time regular 3 years Engineering Diploma in Electrical / Electrical & Electronics Engineering scoring at least 70% marks (passing marks for reserved categories).
Discipline Wise Openings in BRBCL/ KBUNL/ NPGCL
Sl.NoDisciplineNo of PostsAge LimitSalary
ABRBCL Vacancies2525 yearsRs.34500/- pm
3C & I5
BKBUNL Vacancies25
CNPGCL Vacancies25

Age Limit: Maximum 25 years for general candidates.
Application Fee: Rs.300 for  General/OBC category and no fee for SC/ ST/ PWD/ XSM candidates. Fee to be submitted in account number (A/C NO. 30631536632) at MLC branch (IFSC Code: SBIN0007506), Patna, on behalf of BRBCL/KBUNL/NPGCL till 26th April 2017.
On-line Application Last Date: 26th April 2017
Official Notification will be soon on http://www.ntpc.co.in/

APTRANSCO Recruitment 2017

Assistant Engineer-146 Posts | Last Date:12 April 2017

TRANSMISSION CORPORATION OF ANDHRA PRADESH LIMITED-APTRANSCO Recruitment for role of Assistant Engineer from eligible Engineering graduates in Electrical and Civil disciplines.The detailed eligibility and application process are given in below.

Starting Date to Apply Online  :    20-03-2017
Last Date for Payment of Fee   :    11-04-2017
Last Date to Apply Online        :    12-04-2017 up to 07:00 P.M.
Date for Exam                            :    30-04-2017

Assistant Engineer(AE)-Electrical Branch-136 Vacancies
  • Must possess BE/B.Tech/ A.M.I.E, Electrical & Electronics Engineering or equivalent qualification in the similar discipline from any recognized University in India on regular basis as on 01.03.2017.
Assistant Engineer(AE)-Civil Branch-10 Vacancies
  • Must possess BE/B.Tech/ A.M.I.E, Civil Engineering or equivalent qualification in the similar discipline from any recognized University in India on regular basis as on 01.03.2017.

Age Limit: Shall not be more than 42 years as on 01.03.2017. Upper age limit will be relaxed up to 5 years in respect of SC/ST/BC candidates and up to 10 years in respect of P.H candidates.
Application Fee: Candidates should pay Rs. 500/- (Rs. 150/- for registration fee + Rs. 350/- for examination fee) for general category candidates and Rs. 150/- (Registration fee) for Sc/ ST/ BC/ PH Candidates through Payment Gateway (Bill Desk/ Atom).

How to Apply: 
Eligible candidates may apply online through the website www.aptransco.cgg.gov.in from 20-03-2017 to 12-04-2017 up to 07:00 P.M.

Astronomers Are About to See Black Hole's Event Horizon for First Time

Ever since first mentioned by Jon Michell in a letter to the Royal Society in 1783, black holes have captured the imagination of scientists, writers, filmmakers and other artists.

Perhaps part of the allure is that these enigmatic objects have never actually been 'seen'. But this could now be about to change as an international team of astronomers is connecting a number of telescopes on Earth in the hope of making the first ever image of a black hole.
Black holes are regions of space inside which the pull of gravity is so strong that nothing – not even light – can escape.
Their existence was predicted mathematically by Karl Schwarzchild in 1915, as a solution to equations posed in Albert Einstein's theory of general relativity.
Astronomers have had circumstantial evidence for many decades that supermassive black holes – a million to a billion times more massive than our Sun – lie at the hearts of massive galaxies.

That's because they can see the gravitational pull they have on stars orbiting around the galactic centre. When overfed with material from the surrounding galactic environment, they also eject detectable plumes or jets of plasma to speeds close to that of light.

Last year, the LIGO experiment provided even more proof by famously detecting ripples in space-time caused by two medium-mass black holes that merged millions of years ago.

But while we now know that black holes exist, questions regarding their origin, evolution and influence in the universe remain at the forefront of modern astronomy.

Catching a tiny spot on the sky
On 5 to 14 April 2017, the team behind the Event Horizon Telescope hopes to test the fundamental theories of black-hole physics by attempting to take the first ever image of a black hole's event horizon (the point at which theory predicts nothing can escape).

By connecting a global array of radio telescopes together to form the equivalent of a giant Earth-sized telescope – using a technique known as Very Long Baseline Interferometry and Earth-aperture synthesis – scientists will peer into the heart of our Milky Way galaxy where a black hole that is 4 million times more massive than our Sun – Sagittarius A* – lurks.


Astronomers know there is a disk of dust and gas orbiting around the black hole. The path the light from this material takes will be distorted in the gravitational field of the black hole.
Its brightness and colour are also expected to be altered in predictable ways. The tell-tale signature astronomers hope to see with the Event Horizon Telescope is a bright crescent shape rather than a disk.
And they may even see the shadow of the black hole's event horizon against the backdrop of this brightly shining swirling material.
The array connects nine stations spanning the globe – some individual telescopes, others collections of telescopes – in Antarctica, Chile, Hawaii, Spain, Mexico and Arizona.

The 'virtual telescope' has been in development for many years and the technology has been tested. However, these tests initially revealed a limited sensitivity and an angular resolution that was insufficient to probe down to the scales needed to reach the black hole.

But the addition of sensitive new arrays of telescopes – including the Atacama Large Millimetre Array in Chile and the South Pole Telescope – will give the network a much-needed boost in power.
It's rather like putting on spectacles and suddenly being able to see both headlights from an oncoming car rather than a single blur of light.

ESO/C. Malin/wikipedia

The black hole is a compact source on the sky – its view at optical wavelengths (light that we can see) is completely blocked by large quantities of dust and gas.
However, telescopes with sufficient resolution and operating at longer, radio millimetre wavelengths can peer through this cosmic fog.
The resolution of any kind of telescope – the finest detail that can be discerned and measured – is usually quoted as a small angle corresponding to the ratio of an object's size to its distance.
The angular size of the moon as seen from Earth is about half a degree, or 1800 arc seconds. For any telescope, the bigger its aperture, the smaller the detail that can be resolved.

The resolution of a single radio telescope (typically with an aperture of 100 metres) is roughly about 60 arc seconds. This is comparable to the resolution of the unaided human eye and about a sixtieth of the apparent diameter of the full moon.
But by connecting many telescopes, the Event Horizon Telescope will be about to achieve a resolution of 15 to 20 microarcseconds (0,000015 arcseconds), corresponding to being able to spy a grape at the distance of the moon.

What's at stake?

Although the practice of connecting many telescopes in this way is well known, particular challenges lie ahead for the Event Horizon Telescope.
The data recorded at each station in the network will be shipped to a central processing facility where a supercomputer will carefully combine all the data.
Different weather, atmospheric and telescope conditions at each site will require meticulous calibration of the data so that scientists can be sure any features they find in the final images are not artefacts.

If it works, imaging the material inside the black hole region with angular resolutions comparable to that of its event horizon will open a new era of black hole studies and solve a number of big questions: do event horizons even exist?
Does Einstein's theory work in this region of extreme strong gravity or do we need a new theory to describe gravity this close to a black hole? Also, how are black holes fed and how is material ejected?

It may even be possible to image the black holes at the centre of nearby galaxies, such as the giant elliptical galaxy that lies at the heart of our local cluster of galaxies.

Ultimately, the combination of mathematical theory and deep physical insight, global international scientific collaborations and remarkable, tenacious long-term advances in cutting edge experimental physics and engineering look set to make revealing the nature of spacetime a defining feature of early
21st century science.

Carole Mundell, Head of Physics, University of Bath.

Courtesy :  by The Conversation. Read the original article.

Wednesday, 22 March 2017

Canara Bank Recruitment 2017 – 101 Specialist Officer Posts

Canara Bank has published notification for the recruitment of 101 Specialist Officer Vacancies in various Disciplines and Special Recruitment Drive under ST Category on temporary & contract basis. Eligible candidates may apply online from 15-03-2017 to 05-04-2017 for Post No. 01 to 15, 17 & 18 and may apply in prescribed application format on or before 12-04-2017 for Post No 16.  Other details like age limit, educational qualification, selection process, application fee & how to apply are given below….

Starting Date to Apply Online & Payment of Fee 15-03-2017
Last Date to Apply Online & Payment of Fee05-04-2017
Closure for Editing Application Details05-04-2017
Last date for printing your application20-04-2017
Last Date for Receipt of Hard Copy of the Application for Post No 1612-04-2017

 Vacancy Details:

Total No. of Posts: 101
Name of the Post: Specialist Officer

1. Certified Ethical Hackers & Penetration Testers: 02 Posts
2. Cyber Forensic Analysts: 02 Posts
3. Application Security Testers: 04 Posts
4. Manager (Chartered Accountant): 27 Posts
5. Manager (Finance): 05 Posts
6. Manager (Data Analytics): 04 Posts
7. Manager (Finance Analysts): 03 Posts
8. Manager (Economist): 02 Posts
9. Application / Web Security Personnel: 01 Post
10. Information Security Administrator: 01 Post
11. Business Analyst: 03 Posts
12. Data Warehouse Specialist: 03 Posts
13. Extract, Transform & Load (ETL) Specialist: 05 Posts
14. BI Specialist: 05 Posts
15. Data Mining Expert: 02 Posts
16. Manager (Security): 19 Posts
17. Manager (Finance): 11 Posts
18. Senior Manager (Finance): 02 Posts

Age Limit: Candidates age limit should be between 20 – 30 years for Post No. 01 to 03, 22 – 35 years for Post No 04 to 15, 17 , 25 – 40 years for Post No 16 & 25 – 38 years for Post No. 18 as on 01-03-2017. Age relaxation is applicable to 05 years for SC/ ST candidates, 03 years for OBC (Non-Creamy layer) candidates & 10 years for PWD Candidates for post No 01 to 15, 17 & 18.

Educational Qualification: Candidates should possess B.E/ B.Tech Degree or Post Graduation Degree in Computer Science/ Computer Technology/ Computer Science & Engineering / Computer Engineering / Computer Science & Technology / Information Technology/ Electronics & Communications with minimum 60% marks or Equivalent Grade or First Class (minimum 55% marks or equivalent Grade for SC/ST) and certified Ethical Hacker (CEH) certification for Post No. 01, Chartered Accountant for Post No. 04, MBA (Finance)/ MMS (Finance)/ Post Graduation Diploma with specialisation in Finance with a minimum 60% marks or Equivalent Grade or First Class (minimum 55% marks or equivalent Grade for SC/ ST/ PWD) for Post No. 05, MBA (Finance)/ MMS (Finance)/ Post Graduation Diploma with specialisation in Finance with minimum 55% marks or Equivalent Grade for Post No 17 & 18 with relevant experience. For more qualification details refer the notification.

Selection Process: Candidates will be selected based on Test, Group Discussion & Interview for Post No. 01 to 15, 17 & 18 and Group Discussion and/ or Interview for Post No. 16.

Application Fee: Candidates should pay Rs. 100/- (intimation charges) for Sc/ ST/ PWD candidates & Rs. 600 (Including intimation charges) for all other candidates through online or off line.

Online Mode: Candidates should pay fee through online by using Debit Cards, Credit Cards, and Internet Banking for Post No. 01 to 15, 17 & 18

Off Line Mode: Candidates should pay fee directly in any of the Canara Bank branches though challan or NEFT in any other Bank (Name of the Account RP–1/2017–Specialist Officers, Account Number 8693201000037, Payee Bank Canara Bank, Town Hall welfare Branch, Bangalore, IFSC Code CNRB0008693, Narration Mention your Name) for Post No. 16.

“If we don’t learn to conserve, we’ll all be fish out of water, and You Know the Result!!”

Water is the basic requirement of our body and thus life. Water is also named as ‘life’ because of being important element for all the living beings. Noting can survive without water on the earth. Three-fourth part of the earth is water however only 2% of the water is usable for us. At some places in India, people face water scarcity and draught condition whereas, in other places there is plenty of water available. So, the people living in areas with plenty of water must realize its importance and save water.
Why to Save..?

We are living in the time when we need to save clean water and use it according to our use only. People at many places in India and other countries are facing a huge water scarcity.. They have to go for a long distance on daily basis to arrange drinking water.. The situation of lack of water becomes very terrible for the people who don’t have enough water to fulfil their basic needs of drinking, bathing, washing, etc.
India is one of the countries worldwide facing huge level water scarcity today. Places in India like Rajasthan and some parts of Gujarat are facing water scarcity where women and girls of the houses cover a long distance on bare foot to just get a pot of water. People face more problems during summer months when the daily need of water increases.
How to Save …?

There are different methods we can follow to save clean drinking water to deal with the water scarcity. Rain water harvesting is one of the most effective and suitable method among save water techniques. Afforestation is also best method as it reduces the surface runoff and recharges the ground water. It promotes underground water conservation. By practicing such methods we can conserve more water naturally and ensure the availability of it for future. We should take a pledge and make a lifelong motto of “Save water, save life, save earth”.
We should teach simple methods of water saving to our children, women and other members of the family like turning off all the taps tightly after each use, using sprinklers to water the lawn, giving bath to pets in the lawn, repair of all the leaking pipes, harvesting rain water for purposes like watering plant, washing clothes, etc. We should also practice keeping the river (especially Ganga) water clean and safe for future use and safety of water animals.

" Water is known as the elixir of life, so we should save it to save life on the earth. We need water for many purposes in our daily walks of life. So, we should understand the value of water drops and save it. "

Thursday, 16 March 2017

RRB Coaching New Batch @ Palakkad

The New Batch for RRB Junior Engineer and Assistant Loco Pilot is going to start this week..

Railway Recruitment Board is going to call for the Post of Junior Engineer and Assistant Loco Pilot..

This is a Great Opportunity for the ITI Holders / DIPLOMA Holders & Btech Graduates..

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SSC CHSL (2016) Answer Key Published

Solved papers and Answer Key of Staff Selection Commission Combined Higher Secondary Level Exam held from 7th January 2017 to 8th February 2017 has been announced.

The answer key of Combined Higher Secondary Level (CHSL) Tier-I exam has been released by the Staff Selection Commission (SSC) on its official website www.ssc.nic.in.
 All those candidates who have appeared for the exam can check their respective results by logging into the website.
The examinations were held from January 7 to February 8. It was conducted to fill up 5133 posts.

Steps to check the result

  • Log on to the official website www.ssc.nic.in
  • Click on the 'results' tab
  • Click on 'CHSL Tier I exam 2016: Answer key' link
  • In the provided fields, enter your roll number, password and exam date
  • Your result will be displayed on the screen
  • Download the same and take a print out for future reference
After qualifying in Tier 1, the candidates will have to appear in Tier 2 exam which is a descriptive paper. The exam will be held on April 9.

Tuesday, 7 March 2017

LET 2017 ( Btech Lateral Entry Test )

B.Tech Lateral Entry Examination ( LET 2017 ) which also known as DTE Kerala LET 2017 Notification  announced  by Director of Technical Education, Govt of Kerala, Thiruvananthapuram for Diploma holders of Engineering / Technology. 
Applications are invited from candidates who intend to take admissions through lateral entry at 2nd year level into B.Tech under graduate courses offered in Government engineering colleges / Government controlled self financing colleges / private self financing colleges for the academic year 2017-2018. Eligible and interested candidates may submit their application through online at official website.

Click here to Apply now

Official Website : http://admissions.dtekerala.gov.in/

Educational Qualifications

1. Candidates who have passed Diploma in Engineering / Technology awarded by the State Board of Technical Education or Institution under Govt of India, after undergoing regular course of 3-years in an approved institution are eligible for writing the entrance test.

2. Candidates who are appearing / appeared for the final year Diploma examination are also eligible to apply for the entrance test. Candidates should be required to produce marks list and pass certificate at the time of admission.

3. Candidate will be admitted only to the branch of engineering as per the equivalency given in official website.

Application Fee and Payment 

1. Candidate have to pay Rs 750 /- for General candidates and Rs 375/- in case of SC / ST candidates.

2. Application fee paid in " Shakti Account" of the Joint Controller of Technical Examination from any branch of State Bank of Travancore or through online payment .

Age Limit

  • Maximum age on the last date of submission of application will be 30 years.

The entrance test will consist of 120 objective type questions for 360 marks in 2 hours duration. 3 marks for each correct answer, 1 mark will be deducted for every wrong answer 


  • Online Registration                                                             06/03/2017  to  20/03/2017 ( 5 pm )

  • Last date of receipt of downloaded application               29/3/2017    ( 5 pm )                                                                                  
  • Downloading of Hall Tickets from the website                20/05/2017 to 26/05/2017
  • Date of Examination                                                           27/05/2017
  • Publication of Result                                                           15/06/2017
  • Downloading Score Cards from the website                     20/06/2017 to 30/06/2017


1.Log on to the official website.
2. First complete the registration and obtain the login id (application no) and password. Do not
forget to take the copy of the registration details. For resetting the password, the date of birth,
mobile no & email id given at the time of registration are compulsory.
3. Hard copy of the application form, SBT Chelan & the Proforma for certificates will be obtained only after completing the online submission.
4. No Editing or Modification is allowed after confirming the Online submission of the application form.
5. Candidates are requested to remit the required fee as per Para 7 of the prospectus after online registration.
6. Upload a passport size photo of the candidate in jpg/jpeg format of size between 15 to 30 kb for online registration and affix the same photograph duly attested by a Gazetted Officer in the space
provided in the hard copy of the application form.
7. Candidates are also advised to keep a photocopy of the duly filled application Form and the
Application Number furnished may be used as the identification code for future reference.
8. The certificates required for supporting the claims are listed in the checklist. Candidates are requested
to forward the copies of the certificates, duly attested by a Gazetted Officer, along with the application
form. Do not send original certificates along with the application and same can be produced
before the Principal of the Engineering College at the time of admission.
9. Defective or incomplete applications will be rejected. Documents/Certificates furnished after the submission of the application will not be entertained under any circumstances.
10. The application forms shall be filled up strictly in accordance with the directions contained in the prospectus. No column shall be left blank.
11. Late applications will also be summarily rejected. The office of the JCTE will not be responsible for any postal delay /loss of applications.
12. It is mandatory to submit the downloaded hard copy of the application form along with original Chelan and copies of the certificates duly attested by a Gazetted Officer to “The Joint
Controller of Technical Examinations, Kaimanam P.O, Thiruvananthapuram – 695 040” in the envelope super scribed with “LET 2017” by Registered/Speed post or in person on or before
29/03/2017, 5 p.m.. Online registration alone is not a claim for appearing the examination.
13. Fee once remitted will not be refunded under any circumstances.
14. The computer printout of the e-certificates (for community) issued by Village Officers & Tahsildar is also acceptable.Exam pattern for Kerala LET