KPSC answer key AE/JE exam 2017 released, send objections by Sept 20

Karnataka Public service Commission (KPSC) has published the answer key of assistant engineer and Junior engineer 2017 exams on its official website. The examination was held on September 9 and 10 to fill 889 vacancies in the water resource department. Steps to check the answer key: 1) Visit KPSC’s official website 2) Click on link for “ Key Answers” on the top navigation bar 3) Click on link for answer keys of assistant engineer ofJunior engineerexam as desired 4) In the assistant engineer exam key page click on the links for General Paper 1-…

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This country tops the best expat destinations for 2017. Last year it barely made it to the top 20

It may not be top of mind, but this small country in the Persian Gulf managed to leapfrog its way from 19th place in 2016 to the top spot this year, due mostly to the ease of settling in and high career satisfaction, as reported by its expat citizens. For the survey, conducted by networking site InterNations, 13,000 expats representing 166 nationalities, living in 188 countries or territories, were asked to rate 43 different aspects of life in their host country, which were then pooled into six categories: quality of…

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OnePlus 5 Launch Date Revealed as June 20; India Launch on June 22

OnePlus 5 launch date has finally been announced after months of speculations by fans and the industry. The next OnePlus flagship smartphone will be unveiled globally on June 20, the same date tipped in a leaked poster image that surfaced online earlier this week. Moreover, the company has confirmed the OnePlus 5 India launch date too; the smartphone will make its way to India via a June 22 event, scheduled at the NSCI Dome in Mumbai at 2pm IST. OnePlus has confirmed that it is planning to launch its OnePlus…

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DU first cut-off 2017: Likely to be released on June 20

University of Delhi (DU) will be releasing the first cut-off on June 20 at du.ac.in Last year, the Ramjas College announced the highest cut-off at 99.25 per cent for BCom honours, 98.75 for BCom and 98.5 for economics honours. The candidates are required to carry the following documents at the time of admission: Class 10 board examination certificate Class 10 mark-sheet Class 12 mark-sheet Class 12 provisional certificate/original certificate Character certificate (recent) SC/ST certificate (In the name of the candidate issued by the competent authority) OBC (Non-creamy layer certificate (In…

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US financial technology firm Redline to create 20 new jobs in Belfast

N AMERICAN financial technology company has chosen Belfast as the location for a new global support centre, set to create up to 20 jobs. Redline Trading Solutions, a niche global provider of Fintech services is the latest high profile addition to the burgeoning sector, with Belfast now recognised as the number one destination globally for financial technology R&D investments. Redline, who have headquarters in Boston and offices in New York, London, Hong Kong, chose Belfast over other locations in Britain, Republic of Ireland and Asia for the support centre, which…

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‘Don’t get me started about the testing’: Teachers reveal how education has changed over the past 20 years

Across the US, thousands of college graduates are taking the final steps in their education. A lot has happened since they were born in the mid-1990s, and perhaps no one has seen the effects of those changes on future generations than teachers. Business Insider spoke with a handful of elementary, middle, and high school teachers to get a sense of just how much the US education system has evolved over the past 20 years.     [“source-ndtv”]

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U.N. proposes options for sending police to Burundi, government OKs 20

United Nations Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon has proposed sending between 20 and 3,000 police to Burundi, where political violence has been simmering for a year, but warned that the government signalled it would only accept 20 unarmed experts. In a report, seen by Reuters on Monday, Ban outlined three possible options for a police deployment to the small landlocked African state as requested by the 15-member U.N. Security Council in a resolution unanimously adopted earlier this month. Tit-for-tat attacks between President Pierre Nkurunziza’s security forces and his opponents have escalated since…

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