IBPS PO recruitment 2017: How to apply and important dates to remember

The Institute of Banking Personnel Selection (IBPS) issued a notification (CWE PO/MT-VII) on Monday for the recruitment of 3,562 probationary officers (PO)/management trainees in various public sector banks and other participating organisations. Out of these, there are 1738 vacancies for unreserved candidates, 961 for OBCs, 578 for SCs and 285 for ST candidates. The online registration process will begin on August 16 and close on September 5. Application process Candidates can apply online only and no other mode of application will be accepted. Before applying, candidates should ensure that he/she…

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RPSC Research Assistant exam: Admit cards released, download them here

The Rajasthan Public Service Commission (RPSC) on Wednesday issued the admit card for Research Assistant examination 2016 that will be held on August 24, 2017 between 10am and 1pm. Steps to download the RPSC Research Exam 2016 admit cards: 1) Go to RPSC’s official website 2) Click on link for ‘Admit card for Research Assistan exam 2016’ 3) Enter application ID, date of birth and captcha code on the login page that opens 4) Click on Submit 5) Admit card will be displayed on the screen 7) Take a print-out and…

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HPBoSE Class 10 and Class 12 supplementary re-evaluation results 2017 declared

Himachal Pradesh Board of School Education (HPBoSE) on Wednesday declared the Class 10 and Class 12 Supplementary Re-Evaluation/Re-Checking Result 2017 on its official website. The examinations were held in June. Click here to check the HPBoSE Class 10 Supplementary Re-Evaluation/Re-Checking Result 2017 Click here to check the HPBoSE Class 12 Supplementary Re-Evaluation/Re-Checking Result 2017 HPBoSE had declared the Class 10 and Class 12 supplementary examination results on July 13 and July 12 respectively. HPBoSE Class 10 main examination results were declared on May 9 and Class 12 main examination results were declared on April 25….

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IBPS PO recruitment 2017: How to apply and important dates to remember

The Institute of Banking Personnel Selection (IBPS) issued a notification (CWE PO/MT-VII) on Monday for the recruitment of 3,562 probationary officers (PO)/management trainees in various public sector banks and other participating organisations. Out of these, there are 1738 vacancies for unreserved candidates, 961 for OBCs, 578 for SCs and 285 for ST candidates. The online registration process will begin on August 16 and close on September 5. Application process Candidates can apply online only and no other mode of application will be accepted. Before applying, candidates should ensure that he/she…

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UPSC NDA II 2017 admit card/hall ticket issued, download now

The Union Public Service Commission (UPSC) on Monday issued the admit card of candidates for National Defence Academy and Naval Academy Examination (II) 2017 on its official website. Click here to download the NDA and NA Exam II 2017 admit cards. Before downloading the e-admit card read all the instructions on the website and take a printout of the same. Click on yes to go to the login page. Key in your registration or roll number, date of birth (in dd/mm/yyyy format), Captcha code and click on submit to get admit card. Check…

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UP Board Class 10 compartment, improvement exam 2017: 99.61% examinees pass

A significant 99.61% examinees of Class 10 of UP Board were declared successful in the improvement and compartment examination, the results for which were declared on Saturday. As per secretary of the Board Neena Srivastava, out of the total 16,465 students who had registered for the Improvement examination, 14,946 appeared and 14,921 cleared the exam, bringing the pass percentage at 99.83%. Further, in compartment examination, 360 examinees were registered of which 308 appeared and 273 cleared the same pegging the pass percentage at 88.64%. She further informed that the marksheets…

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Hong Kong leader reminded of need to strengthen national education of young

Mainland China’s education minister reminded Hong Kong leader Carrie Lam Cheng Yuet-ngor of President Xi Jinping’s instructions on the need to strengthen young people’s education on the Chinese constitution, Basic Law, and Chinese history and culture. Chen Baosheng also assured Lam that his ministry would spare no efforts in helping the city address “all questions” and responding to “all requests” on education. Hong Kong leader Carrie Lam calls for national security law push, but no clear time frame Chen raised the issue with Lam during a meeting in Beijing on…

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New effort to reform early education gives some a sense of deja vu

The line behind the microphone snaked down the aisle, as two dozen people stepped up to advocate for their slice of the early childhood education pie. Several members of the local education workers union argued for collective bargaining rights for child care workers. A representative from the research policy center Zero to Three spoke up “on behalf of the near 1.5 million infants and toddlers in California,” while someone from First 5 LA mentioned the need for more transitional kindergarten opportunities for four-year-olds. It was the second public hearing of California’s…

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16-year-old Chandigarh student selected for Google’s special programme

A Chandigarh student has been selected by the internet giant Google for icon designing. Harshit Sharma, who completed Class 12 from the Government Model Senior Secondary School (GMSSS), Sector 33, this year, will be leaving for the US in August. Selected for Google’s special programme, he will be trained initially for a year. During this period, he will receive a stipend of Rs 4 lakh per month. On completing the training, he will receive Rs 12 lakh per month. The information was released by government officials on Saturday. They said…

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R.I. education chief emphasizes return to teaching, not testing

This fall, 20 principals will partner with Hasbro and the National Institute for School Leadership to deepen their leadership abilities. Later, Rhode Island superintendents will engage in a similar training program with CVS and the state Department of Education. PROVIDENCE, R.I. — As Rhode Island Education Commissioner Ken Wagner enters his third year he discussed some of his priorities for the coming school year. Shared leadership Wagner said his predecessor, Deborah A. Gist, had done a lot of great work around setting high academic standards and creating tests to measure…

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