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ESIC: Recruitment of Around 5200 Various Posts in ESIC Under Way

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Ministry of Labour & Employment

ESIC to Allow Non – IPs to Avail Medical Services from its Underutilized Hospitals
Recruitment of Around 5200 Various Posts in ESIC Under Way

06 DEC

The ESI Corporation during its 176th meeting held on 05.12.18 under the Chairmanship of Shri Santosh Kumar Gangwar, Minister of State for Labour & Employment (I/C) has taken some very important decisions towards improvements in its service delivery mechanism.

In the meeting, It was decided to allow Non-IPs (Non Insured Persons) to avail medical services from underutilized ESIC Hospitals after levying User Charges at a subsidized cost of Rs. 10/- for OPD Consultation, at 25% of CGHS package rates for admitted patients and to provide medicines on actual rate initially for one year on pilot basis. It will immensely help common people get the quality medical care at very low cost. Besides, it will ensure full utilization of resources of hospital for people’s cause.

Recruitment to the 5200 posts in various categories like Social Security Officer, Insurance Medical Officer Grade-II, Junior Engineers, Teaching Faculty, Paramedical & Nursing Cadre, UDC and Steno etc. in ESIC is under process.

To meet the shortage of specialist/super specialist doctors in some of the ESIC Hospitals, the ESIC approved for hiring of full time contractual specialists/super specialists in the department of Anaesthesia, Medicine, Surgery, Pediatrics, Gyne, Ortho, Cardiology, Nephrology and Medical Oncology after inviting open tender.

Keeping in view the rise in the National Floor Level Minimum Wages to Rs. 176/-, it was decided in the meeting to Enhance the exemption limit for payment of employees’ share of contribution from Rs. 137 to Rs. 176.

Shri Heera Lal Samaria, Secretary, Labour & Employment, Sh. Raj Kumar, Director General, ESIC, ESIC representatives of Employees and Employers and ESI Corporation Members, representatives of state govts. and senior officers of the Ministry were also present in the meeting.

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Employment News Weekly Job Highlights July 2018

Employment News July 2018 – 54000 Vacancies in NIA, SSF and Assam Rifles
Employment News Weekly Job Highlights July 2018

JOB HIGHLIGHTS

DEDICATED FREIGHT CORRIDOR CORPORATION OF INDIA LIMITED
Name Of Post : Executive, Junior Executive and Multi Tasking
No.of Vacancies : 1572
Last Date :31.08.2018

CENTRAL ARMED POLICE FORCES
Name Of Post : NIA, SSF and Assam Rifles
No.of Vacancies : 54000
Last Date :20.08.2018

DELHI SUBORDINATE SERVICES SELECTION BOARD
Name Of Post : Pharmacist, Nursing Officers, Radiographer, Speech Therapist etc
No.of Vacancies : 1650
Last Date :13.08.2018

CENTRAL UNIVERSITY OF PUNJAB
Name Of Post : Professor and Assistant Professor.
No.of Vacancies : 58
Last Date :30.08.2018

Source: http://employmentnews.gov.in

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Military Service Mandatory for State Government, Central Government Jobs?

Military Service Mandatory for State Government, Central Government Jobs?

5years-Military-Training

Compulsory Military Training

Aspirants for the state and central government jobs should henceforth serve five years in the military. A proposal to this effect was made by the Parliamentary Standing Committee.

More than 20 countries around the world, including North Korea and Russia, have compulsory military service for all its citizens. Some of these countries have compulsory military service for women too. They insist on this training because they believe that, in addition to instilling a sense of patriotism in its citizens, military training also teaches them discipline and good values.

The Parliamentary Standing Committee has pointed out that there is a shortage of about 7,000 officers and about 20,000 soldiers in the Indian Army. The Indian Air Force is short of 150 officers and 15,000 soldiers; and the Navy is running short of 150 officers and 15,000 lower ranked personnel. The Parliamentary Standing Committee has suggested ways to reduce this growing shortage.

The Parliamentary Standing Committee, under the leadership of Retired Army Major General KC Khanduri, submitted its report on defence. The committee has recommended that a five-year military service be made mandatory for those who are seeking government jobs. The committee believes that the measure would reduce the shortage of human resource in armed forces.

The central institutes that design and implement the various training programmes for government employees could look into it, the committee said. According to statistics, more than 30 lakh people are employed in various central government offices, and more than 2 crore people are employed in the various state government agencies throughout the country.

Central Minister Arun Jaitley had, in July 2014, clarified that the government was not supporting the implementation of compulsory military service in India. But, he also informed that the number of recruits in the National Cadet Crop is increasing.

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Defence: Recruitment of Soldiers

Ministry of Defence

Recruitment of Soldiers

07 MAR 2018

The details of youths who were recruited as soldiers in the Indian Army at various levels such as Commissioned Officers, Junior Commissioned Officers / Other Ranks (JCOs / ORs) are given below:

Officers *:

Year Candidates Selected
2015 1961
2016 1858
2017 1773

JCOs / ORs *:

Year Candidates Selected
2014-15 66,992
2015-16 71,434
2016-17 52,086
2017-18 17,257

(Till 31st December 2017)

*Recruitment for Commissioned Officers is done calendar year wise, whereas the recruitment for JCO / ORs is done financial year wise.

This information was given by Raksha Rajya Mantri Dr. Subhash Bhamre in a written reply to Shri Vinod Lakhamashi Chavda in Lok Sabha today.

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Recruitment of Pilots in Armed Forces

Ministry of Defence
Recruitment of Pilots in Armed Forces

05 MAR 2018

There are four modes of entry for becoming a pilot in the Indian Air Force (IAF) [NDA, CDSE, AFCAT and NCC special entry]. A written test is conducted for NDA/CDSE (by UPSC) and AFCAT (by IAF) entries followed by SSB testing. NCC special entry candidates with valid ‘C’ certificate (Air Wing) are directly called for SSB testing. The recommended candidates undergo medical tests. The final merit list is prepared based on the candidate’s performance and medical fitness. On successful completion of flying training at Flying Training Establishments (FTEs) of the IAF, the cadet is commissioned as a pilot in the IAF.

Pilots are inducted in the Indian Navy as Permanent Commission (PC) or Short Service Commission(SSC).

  • Permanent Commission (PC) : Volunteers from serving Executive branch officers (upto 25 years of age) are selected for pilot training biannually.
  • Short Service Commission (SSC) : Short Service Commissioned officers are inducted biannually through Direct Entry Scheme.

All pilots in Army Aviation are commissioned officers. Options to join Army Aviation are as under:-

  • Volunteers who opt for Army Aviation during pre-commissioning training at IMA and OTA.
  • Volunteer Officers from any Arm of Indian Army on completion of one and half years of service.

Volunteer Officers are required to undergo the following tests:-

  • Pilot Aptitude and Battery Test (PABT)
  • Aviation medical examination

Officers clearing the PABT and medical examination undergo the Basic and Advance flying training, on completion of which they become pilots in the Indian Army.

As on 1st February, 2018, sanctioned strength and strength of pilots in Indian Air Force (IAF) is as follows:

Sanctioned Strength Strength
4231 3855

There is a marginal shortage in strength of pilots in IAF against the authorized establishment.

Indian Navy:

Government Sanction 735
Borne Strength 644
Vacant Posts 91

Indian Army:

The total number of pilots in Army Aviation as on date are:

Sanctioned 794
Held 602
Vacant 192

A study on Restructuring of Army Pilot Cadre was conducted and salient decisions that have been implemented are:

  • There has been an increase in Direct Commissioned Officers (DCO) both from IMA and OTA.
  • For the DCO, the lower service limit of two years of attachment period with fallback arm after commissioning has also been reduced to one and half years.

IAF ensures that the aircrew are fully utilized in a cockpit vacancy for the maximum duration which is well beyond the period required for amortization of the cost of training. It is also ensured that only limited numbers are given release such that the combat potential of IAF is not compromised at any stage

  • Setting up of an Air Force Selection Board (AFSB) at Gandhinagar in 2013.
  • The selection process into the IAF has been simplified with the introduction of the Air Force Common Admission Test (AFCAT) for non-UPSC entries. Under this format, a candidate may apply for selection in any branch for which they meet the QRs, through a single application in a selection cycle.
  • Proactive steps have been taken by the IAF to reduce the shortage of pilots, which include participation in career fairs/exhibitions, advertisements in print and electronic media, motivational lectures in schools, colleges, visuals/signage at strategic locations etc.

This information was given by Raksha Rajya Mantri Dr. Subhash Bhamre in a written reply to Shri Harshvardhan Singh Dungarpurin Rajya Sabha today.

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Government plans to abolish posts vacant for 5 years

Government plans to abolish posts vacant for 5 years

The government is planning to abolish all posts which have been vacant for more than five years, and has directed all ministries and department to submit a comprehensive report on the matter.

In an office memorandum, the Finance Ministry said it had asked all ministries and departments to submit an action-taken report regarding abolition of posts vacant for more than five years.

Some departments and ministries have responded but some, instead of providing a comprehensive report, have submitted the requisite information in piecemeal manner, it said.

Therefore, financial advisors and joint secretaries (administration) of all ministries/ departments are requested to identify the posts which are vacant for more than five years and submit a comprehensive report on abolition of such posts in main ministry and their respective subordinate organisations at the earliest, the office memorandum, dated January 16, 2018, said.

Following this, the Ministry of Home Affairs has directed all its additional secretaries, joint secretaries, chiefs of paramilitary forces and other attached organisations to submit comprehensive reports, a home ministry official told PTI.

According to a preliminary estimate, there are several thousand central government posts which are lying vacant for five or more years, the official said.

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Vacancies in Central Government

Vacancies in Central Government

Centralized data regarding employees who retired/resigned during last three years is not maintained.

Vacancies caused due to retirement, death, promotion etc. are required to be filled following provisions of recruitment rules for the post. The number of direct recruitments made by Staff Selection Commission and Union Public Service Commission for the last three years is as per table below:

YEAR NUMBER OF CANDIDATES RECOMMENDED BY UPSC NUMBER OF CANDIDATES RECOMMENDED BY SSC
RECRUITMENT BY EXAMINATION DIRECT RECRUITMENT BY SELECTION ALL INDIA COMPETITIVE EXAMINATION SELECTION POSTS
2014-15 5969 2303 57542 524
2015-16 5659 1207 24604 534
2016-17 4612 1123 68496 384

As per the available information, provisions under FR 56(j) and similar provisions under service rules have been invoked/recommended in case of 53 Group ‘A’ officers and 123 Group ‘B’ officers of Central Civil Services, during the period from 1stJuly 2014 till 31stOctober 2017.

As per the Annual Report on Pay and Allowances of Central Government Civilian Employees,the number of vacant posts in position in various Ministries/Departments is 4,12,752 out of total sanctioned strength of 36,33,935 as on 01.03.2016.

This was stated by the Minister of State in the Ministry of Personnel, Public Grievances and Pensions and Minister of State in the Prime Minister’s Office, Dr. Jitendra Singh in a written reply to a question by Shri Manshankar Ninama, Shri Harish Meena and Dr. Boora Narsaiah Goud in the Lok Sabha today.

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Vacancies in OBC category

Vacancies in OBC category 

A statement showing the status of details of backlog OBC vacancies, vacancies filled up and yet to be filled in 10 major Departments/Ministries is as follows:

Ministry/Department

Other Backward Classes

Vacancies Filled up Yet to be filled
Posts 718 234 484
Defence Production 164 149 15
Financial Services 14455 13030 1425
Atomic Energy 1444 802 642
Defence 2707 1439 1268
Railways 2204 2194 10
Revenue 5064 2076 2988
Urban Development 692 95 597
Human Resources Development 1557 571 986
Home Affairs 11557 6437 5120
Total 40562 27027 13535

Based on the recommendations of a Committee headed by the then Secretary, Department of Social Justice and Empowerment, Department of Personnel and Training issued instructions in November/December, 2014 to all Ministries/Departments to constitute in-house Committee to identify backlog reserved vacancies, study of the root cause of backlog reserved vacancies, initiation of measures to remove such factors and to fill up such vacancies through Special Recruitment Drive.

As per information updated as on 31.12.2016, 10 Ministries/Departments having majority of the employees in Central Government including their Public Sector Banks/Financial Institutions, Central Public Sector Undertakings etc., reported 40,562 backlog vacancies for Other Backward Classes.  Out of these, 27,027 vacancies have been filled up during the period 01.04.2012 to 31.12.2016 and 13,535 vacancies of Other Backward Classes (OBCs) remained unfilled.

Seven meetings have already been held with these 10 Ministries/Departments who have been requested to take expeditious action for filling up the remaining backlog vacancies.

This was stated by the Union Minister of State (Independent Charge) for Development of North Eastern Region (DoNER), MoS PMO, Personnel, Public Grievances, Pensions, Atomic Energy and Space Dr. Jitendra Singh in a written reply to a question by Shri N.Gokulakrishnan  in the Rajya Sabha today.

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Hiring of staff in Government service

Hiring of staff in Government service

The vacant posts in Government Ministries/Departments are required to be filled as per the Recruitment Rules for the post. Information related to recruitment of staff by Government of India is not centrally maintained.

Recruitment to various posts in Government of India is made through various recruitment agencies constituted for the purpose such as Union Public Service Commission, Staff Selection Commission etc. Recruitment agencies conduct examinations based on indents received from various Ministries/Departments/offices of Government of India. Ministries/Departments and the recruitment agencies have been sensitized to take all the required steps for filling up of the posts.

The Government is always committed to appoint best available talent subject to provisions of rules. NITI Aayog in the Three Year Action Agenda for 2017-2020 has recommended for inducting specialists into the system through lateral entry in policy making areas on fixed term contract. This recommendation alongwith suggestions received from other quarters are under consideration.

This was stated by the Minister of State for Personnel, Public Grievances and Pensions and Minister of State for Prime Minister’s Office Dr. Jitendra Singh in a written reply to a question by Dr. K. Gopal and Shri Sisir Kumar Adhikari in the Lok Sabha today.

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Vacant Posts in PSUs

Vacant Posts in PSUs

The recruitment to below Board level posts in Central Public Sector Enterprises (CPSEs) is done by the Management of respective CPSEs and the details of vacant posts in CPSEs are not maintained centrally in the Department of Public Enterprises (DPE). However, as per Public Enterprises Survey 2015-16 which was laid on the Table of both the Houses of Parliament on 21.03.2017, the representation of reserved / unreserved categories of employees in the operating CPSEs as on 31.3.2016 was as under:

Total No. of Employees

Representation of SCs/STs/OBCs 

Total Reservation (2+4+6)

Others

SCs No.

%

STs  No.

%

OBCs No.

%

No.

%

No.

%

1

2

3

4

5

6

7

8

9

10

11

1232161

214132

17.38

104888

8.51

205385

16.67

524405

42.56

707756

57.44

CPSEs are under the administrative control of different administrative Ministries / Departments and the compliance of guidelines / statutory provisions in CPSEs including filling up of reserved posts is monitored by the concerned administrative Ministries / Departments and Board of these CPSEs. DPE has also issued instructions from time-to-time to all the administrative Ministries / Departments to advice the CPSEs under their administrative control to take steps to fill up the unfilled / backlog of reserved posts in accordance with the Government instructions.

This information was given by Minister of State in the Ministry of Heavy Industries and Public Enterprises Shri Babul Supriyo in reply to a written question in the Lok Sabha today.

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Re-Employment of Ex-Servicemen

Re-Employment of Ex-Servicemen

As per Department of Personnel & Training’s OM No. 36034/27/84-Estt(SCT), dated 2.5.1985, on an Ex-servicemen joining the Government job on civil side after availing of the benefits given to him as an Ex-servicemen for his re-employment, his Ex-servicemen status for the purpose of re-employment in Government would cease. As per DOP&T OM No. 36034/6/90-Estt(SCT), dated 10.10.1994, an ex-servicemen already secured regular employment under the Central Government in a civil post would be permitted the benefits of age relaxation as admissible for ex-servicemen for securing another appointment in any higher post or service under the Central Government. However, such candidates will not be eligible for benefits of reservation, if any, for ex-servicemen in Central Government jobs.
As per DOP&T’s OM No. 36034/1/2014-Estt(Res), dated 14.8.2014 if an ex-serviceman applies for various vacancies before joining any civil employment, he / she can avail of the benefit of reservation as ex-servicemen for any subsequent employment. However, to avail of this benefit, an ex-serviceman as soon as he / she joins any civil employment, should give self-declaration / undertaking to the concerned employer about the date-wise details of application for various vacancies for which he / she had applied for before joining the initial civil employment. This benefit would be available only in respect of vacancies which are filled on direct recruitment and wherever reservation is applicable to the ex-servicemen.
In addition to above, a proposal has been referred to DOP&T to the effect that an Ex-servicemen be allowed the benefit of reservation for second time and even thereafter in subsequent recruitments for civil employment, if the vacancies, which are to be filled on the basis of direct recruitment and where reservation is applicable to Ex-servicemen, has not been filled up with by those Ex-servicemen, who are getting / claiming benefit of reservation for the first time.
The details of reservation available to Ex-servicemen is as under:

(I) In Central Government Ministries / Departments:
(i) 10% Direct recruitment posts upto the level of Assistant Commandant in Central Para Military Forces.
(ii) 10% Direct recruitment posts in Group ‘C’.
(iii) 20% Direct recruitment posts in Group ‘D’.
(II) In Central Public Sector Enterprise:
(i) 14.5% in Group ‘C’ Posts.
(ii) 24.5% in Group ‘D’ Posts.
(III) Nationalised Bank:
(i) 14.5% in Group ‘C’ Posts.
(ii) 24.5% in Group ‘D’ Posts.

This information was given by Minister of State for Defence Dr. Subhash Bhamre in a written reply to Shri PC Mohan in Lok Sabha today.

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No proposal to raise age limit for single women in central government jobs: Centre

No proposal to raise age limit for single women in central government jobs: Centre

Jitendra-Singh

 New Delhi: There is no proposal with the central government to increase the maximum age limit for single unmarried women to 25 years for government jobs, Rajya Sabha was informed today.

In a written reply, Minister of State for Personnel, Public Grievances and Pensions, Jitendra Singh said a provision for relaxation of age up to 35 years (up to 40 years for the members of Scheduled Castes and Scheduled Tribes) for the widows, divorced and women judicially separated from from their husbands already exists for group “C” jobs.

“No proposal for raising the maximum age limit for single unmarried women to 35 years is under consideration in the Department of Personnel and Training,” the Minister said.

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KVS Kendriya Vidyalaya Jobs for Teachers/Computer Instructor/Vocational Instructor /Counselor

KVS Kendriya Vidyalaya Jobs for Teachers/Computer Instructor/Vocational Instructor /Counselor
KVS Kendriya Vidyalaya Jobs for Teachers/Computer Instructor/Vocational Instructor /Counselor – Last Date to apply: 17 Mar 2017

Teachers/Computer Instructor/Vocational Instructor /Counselor

Eligibility : Any Graduate, Any Post Graduate, BSc, BE/B.Tech, BEd, Diploma, BA

Location : Imphal

Last Date : 17 Mar 2017

Job Type : Part Time

Kendriya Vidyalaya – Job Details Date of posting:03 Mar 17

Ref. No. F. 17820/KV-Langjing/2016-17/

Teachers/Computer Instructor/Vocational Instructor /Counselor recruitment in Kendriya Vidyalaya GC CRPF Langjing Imphal Manipur

1. Post Graduate Teachers (PGT) – English, Hindi, Maths, Physics, Chemistry, Biology, Computer Science, History, Geography, Political Science, Economics, Commerce. Qualification: Master’s Degree or equivalent in the concerned Subject with at least 50% marks and B.Ed.

Remuneration: Rs.32500

2. Trained Graduate Teachers (TGT): a. Qualification: Bachelor’s Degree with at least 50% marks in the concerned subjects/ combination of subjects and in aggregate. The electives subjects and Languages in the combination of subjects as under:

(i) TGT (Sanskrit, English, Hindi): Having respective subjects as a subject in all the three years of Degree Course.

(ii) TGT (Social Science): Having any two of the following: History, Geography, Economics and Pol. Science of which one must be either History or Geography.

(iii) TGT (Maths) – Degree in Maths with any two of the following subjects: Physics, Chemistry, Electronics, Computer Science and Statistics. (iv) TGT (Science) – Bachelor’s Degree in Botany, Zoology and Chemistry. b. Pass in the Central Teacher Eligibility Test (CTET), conducted by CBSE in accordance with the Guidelines framed by the NCTE for the purpose or B.Ed. Proficiency in teaching Hindi and English medium.

Remuneration: Rs.31250

3. Primary Teachers (PRT): Qualification: Senior Secondary School Certificate with 50% marks or Intermediate with 50% marks or its equivalent & Pass in the Central Teacher Eligibility Test (CTET Primary) conducted by the CBSE in accordance with the Guidelines framed by the NCTE for the purpose or JBT/B.El.Ed/D.El.Ed.. Competence to teach through Hindi & English media.

Remuneration: Rs.26250

4. PRT(Music): Qualification: Senior Secondary School Certificate with 50% marks or Intermediate with 50% marks or its equivalent and Bachelor Degree in Music or equivalent from a recognized University. Competence to teach through English/Hindi media.

5. Relaxation: Where suitable CTET or B.Ed or B.El.Ed or D.El.Ed candidates are not available for PGTs, TGTs and PRTs, such may be relaxed as per extant rules of KVS.

6. Computer Instructor: Qualification: B.E/B.Tech (computer science) or post Graduate Degree in any subject with post graduate diploma in computer application from Govt. recognized institution or equivalent qualification. Preference will be given to those who have training & experience in hardware.

Remuneration: Rs. 31250/- per month.

7. Vocational Instructor: Taekwondo Instructor/Coach: B.P. Ed./Senior National Certificate holder/Coaching diploma or Equivalent and experience in the respective field.

Remuneration: Rs. 26250

8. Counselor: BA/B.Sc in Psychology and one year Diploma in Counselling. Desirable – Minimum one year experience in providing career/educational counseling to students at schools or experience/ knowledge of working in placement bureaus or registration with rehabilitation council of India as vocational counselor.

Remuneration – Same as TGT

9. Yoga Teacher – Bachelor’s Degree with one year training in Yoga from recognized university. Remuneration – Same as TGT

10. Nurse: Qualification – Diploma/Degree in Nursing; Remuneration – Rs. 750/- per day.

Desirable for All Posts: Knowledge of Computer Applications and proficiency to teach in English and Hindi.

Hiring Process : Walk – In

Job Role: Teacher / Trainer

How to apply

Only Online Application will be accepted. Last Date for Online Form Submission is 17th March 2017.

An interview will be conducted on 28 March 2017.

Results will be declared on the day of interview after 6:00 pm. Selected candidates will be required to join duty by 01 April 2017.

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Central government to hire 2.8 lakh staff in a year, police, I-T and customs to get lions share

Central government to hire 2.8 lakh staff in a year, police, I-T and customs to get lions share

New Delhi: The size of the central government, particularly police and tax officials, is likely to grow with the Centre’s Budget providing for the recruitment of around 2.80 lakh more staff.

Of this number, more than 1.80 lakh would be recruits to departments of police, income tax, customs and central excise. As of March 2016, the central government had 32.84 lakh staff across 55 departments and ministries, including 13.31 lakh in railways, but excluding defence forces. This is projected to rise to 35.67 lakh by March 2018 if the recruitment goal is achieved.

Hiring-Spree

Strengthening enforcement agencies seems a priority with budgetary allocations made for expansion of police forces (central paramilitary and Delhi Police), taking their strength from 10.07 lakh to 11.13 lakh by March 2018. The Centre in its Budget has provided for the recruitment of around 2.80 lakh more staff. The income tax department, the agency involved in the drive against black money post-demonetisation, is set to expand from the existing strength of 46,000 to 80,000 by March 2018.

Similarly , customs and excise department, which will implement the ambitious goods and services tax regime, will get additional manpower of over 41,000.The current strength of 50,600 for customs and excise staff is to go up to 91,700. A review of the estimated strength of establishment  in the Budget annexures indicates no change in the manpower of railways, the single largest employer (13.31 lakh) other than defence, in the three years till 2018.

Departments of space, atomic energy , cabinet secretariat and the ministries of information and broadcasting and external affairs are some others where sanctioned strength has gone up significantly.

The government had projected to increase its manpower in 2016 by 1.88 lakh but failed to make fresh recruitments in I-T, customs and central excise departments.This led to an erosion in the employee base by at least 21,000 over the strength in 2015. People superannuating far exceeded new employees.

PM Narendra Modi’s interest in foreign policy has translated into a significant jump in the strength of the foreign ministry where the government has decided to add over 2,000 employees -up from 9,294 in 2016 to 11,403 in 2018. The I&B ministry , too, has increased its sanctioned strength from 4,012 two years ago to 6,258 in 2018.The cabinet secretariat has been strengthened with manpower to go up from 921 to 1,218 by next year.

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7th Pay Commission: Increased salaries attracting young India to apply for Government Jobs

7th Pay Commission: Increased salaries attracting young India to apply for Government Jobs

Increased salary prospects due to 7th Pay Commission is attracting young talent in India towards the Government Jobs

Government Jobs in India have long attracted people from every walk of life. While the basic call of a government job in India was the stability associated with it, many had chosen to walk the path of the treacherous private sector. The biggest call of the private sector was indeed the higher pay packages and the chances of a life style of many aspired for. That, however, is changing. All thanks to the 7th Pay Commission recommendations. The increased starting packages have over the past year increased the interest of young Indians towards Government Jobs. For the first time in India, Government Jobs mean more than just a stable job. It means increased salaries with benefits, suggests reports.

Numbers are evident. Only last year when Indian Railways released the notification for recruitment in the Non Technical Popular Category, a mind boggling 92 lakh people applied for 18000 jobs. Such was the increased numbers that Railway Recruitment Board had to introduce another level in the recruitment process to bring it down to considerate numbers. Around 3 lakh candidates had then appeared in the second stage of which results are expected anytime. Similar is the case in case of Banking. While Banking has always attracted a steady, it is thanks to the increased salaries for Clerks and Probationary Officers that more and more candidates are applying for the exam.

The trend continues. State Bank of India Probationary Exam was announced recently for 2,313 posts. Given the trend of last year, SBI is expecting applications from around 20 lakh candidates. With a starting salary that could go as high as 12 lakhs, the interests for the jobs are bound to be phenomenal.

The applications are still on and close on March 6, 2017. It is not just at the level of graduates though. For Staff Selection Commission, the number of candidates applying for CHSL or the Combined Higher Secondary Level has also seen a two fold increase.
The numbers are promising, if any. It can be simply argued that India constantly needs good talent and energetic work force to manage its increasing institutional pressure. A stable and high paying job is sure to retain the best of the country towards developing the national assets and human capital. Engineers, doctors and professionals from all spheres are required in the various governmental departments. The changing face of the work force, the stricter guidelines and the stronger applications all hint towards a better and reformed public sector. The 7th pay commission has seemed to help and provide an impetus towards the building of the nation.

Source: India

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Central government jobs about 2.83 lakh estimated by 2018

Central government jobs about 2.83 lakh estimated by 2018

As per the budget documents, the workforce of the central government establishments would be 35.67 lakh in 2018

New Delhi: Nearly 2.83 lakh central government jobs are estimated to be generated by next year. This projection has been made in the Union Budget for 2017-18 presented last week by finance minister Arun Jaitley.

As per the budget documents, the workforce of the central government establishments would be 35.67 lakh in 2018, about 2.83 lakh more than the actual head count of 32.84 lakh in 2016. The home ministry will add 6,076 more personnel to take its strength to 24,778 in 2018. About 1.06 lakh more workforce will be added in police departments to take the total head count to 11,13,689 by next year.

The strength of police departments under the central government is 10,07,366, as per the 2016 data. There will be an estimated increase of 2,109 persons in the external affairs ministry as against its actual strength of 9,294 in 2016, it said.

In newly created ministry of skill development and entrepreneurship, the government has estimated to add 2,027 jobs by 2018. Its actual strength in 2016 was 53 only. Minister of state for personnel, public grievances and pensions Jitendra Singh on Sunday said the additional workforce will help in providing more citizen-centric governance.

“The central government is trying to emphasise more on employability of our youths rather then employment. That is why the skill development ministry has been started. It will train more youths to become entrepreneur and be job-ready in changing scenario. “The projection of additional workforce will help in providing more citizen centric governance,” he said.

There would be an estimated 1,045 more staff in 2018 in the ministry of civil aviation from its actual strength of 1,141 in 2016. In the department of posts, there would be 20,442 more workforce from its strength of 4,48,840.

The ministry of environment, forest and climate change will add 2,165 more jobs in next year to take its strength to 5,094. An estimated 91 people will be part of the workforce in the minority affairs ministry in 2018, in addition to its actual strength of 169 in 2016.

The mines ministry will have 1,351 more jobs to take its strength to 9,481 and the department of space will have an estimated 17,894 personnel, 3,068 more than its strength of 14,826. The personnel ministry will have 2,367 more personnel in 2018 than its actual strength of 8,443 in 2016. Whereas, the ministry of water resources, river development and Ganga rejuvenation will have a workforce of 11,407 in 2018, 3,632 more than its actual strength of 7,775 in 2016.

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Advertisement issued by Prasar Bharati Secretariat in regard to Special Recruitment Drive for filling up of MTS post for Persons with Disabilities

PRASAR BHARATI

Special Recruitment Drive for Persons with Disabilities to the post of Multi-Tasking Staff (Non-Technical) in Prasar Bharati

Advertisement Notice No. 01/2017

Dated: 09.12.2016

(LAST DATE FOR RECEIPT OF APPLICATIONS: 23-01-2017) (1800 Hrs.)
(Prasar Bharati Website: www.prasarbharati.gov.in)

The Prasar Bharati (PB), a statutory autonomous body established under the Prasar Bharati (Broadcasting Corporation of India) Act 1990, comprising of All India Radio & Doordarshan, invites applications from Indian Nationals for Multi-Tasking Staff (MTS) (Non-Technical) under Special Recruitment Drive for Persons with Disabilities (PWD) for Doordarshan Kendras. The candidates selected through this recruitment will be employees of Prasar Bharati under Section 11(5) of the Prasar Bharati Act, 1990, as amended from time to time, and thus will not have the status of Central Government Civilian Employees.

1. VACANCIES:
Recruitment will be made to the Multi Tasking Staff under the following categories:-

1.1.

Name of Post Scale of Pay Category of Disability No. of Post Suitability for Persons with Disability (VH/HH/OH)
(VH) (HH) (OH)
(1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) (7)
Multi-Tasking Staff (MTS) PB-1 Rs.5200-20,200/- + GP Rs.1800/- (Pre-revised) Group ‘C’ 11 11 11 33 OA, OL, OAL, B, LV, H & C

NB: Prasar Bharati reserves the right to fill up all the posts or alter the number of posts or even to cancel the whole process of recruitment without assigning any reason. Abbreviations: VH: Visually Handicapped; HH: Hearing Impaired; OH: Orthopedically Handicapped; OA: One Arm; OL: One Leg; OAL: One Arm & One Leg; B : Blind; LV: Low Vision; H: Hearing and C: Communication.

The minimum disability for PWD candidates is 40%. Sub-category of disability, i.e. Visually Handicapped (VH), Hearing Impaired (HH) and Orthopedically Handicapped (OH) is to be indicated.

1.2. Definition of Disabilities (As per DOPT OM No. 36035/3/2004-Estt. (Res) dated 29th December, 2005).

VH : Visually Handicapped
Blindness: “Blindness” refers to a condition where a person suffers from any of the following conditions, namely:

(i) Total absence of sight; or
(ii) Visual acuity not exceeding 6/60 or 20/200 (Snellen) in the better eye with correcting lenses; or
(iii) Limitation of the field of vision subtending an angle of 20 degree or worse;

Low Vision: “Person with Low Vision” means a person with impairment of visual functioning even after treatment or standard refractive correction but who uses or is potentially capable of using vision for the planning or execution of the tasking with appropriate assistive device.
HH : Hearing Impaired – (Persons suffering from Hearing Impairment). “Hearing Impairment” means loss of sixty decibels or more in the better ear in the conversational range of frequencies.

OH : Orthopedically Handicapped: “Locomotor disability” means disability of the bones, joints or muscles leading to substantial restriction of the movement of the limbs or any form of cerebral palsy.

NOTE: Candidates would produce valid original medical certificate of disability issued on or before 23.01.2017 from Medical Board duly constituted by central or state Government at the time of joining.

1.3. Distribution of vacancies:

Post Code Doordarshan Kendra No. of Post
01 Delhi 1
02 Lucknow 1
03 Jaipur 1
04 Raipur 1
05 Bhopal 1
06 Patna 1
07 Bhawanipatna 1
08 Sambalpur 1
09 Kolkata 1
10 Ranchi 1
11 Guwahati 1
12 Agartala 1
13 Aizawl 1
14 Kohima 1
15 Imphal 1
16 Shillong 1
17 Gangtok 1
18 Silchar 1
19 Chandigarh 1
20 Jalandhar 1
21 Shimla 1
22 Jammu 1
23 Srinagar 1
24 Thiruvananthapuram 1
25 Chennai 1
26 Bengaluru 1
27 Hyderabad 1
28 Puducherry 1
29 Ahmedabad 1
30 Mumbai 1
31 Nagpur 1
32 Rajkot 1
33 Panaji 1

While applying candidate has to select only ONE Doordarshan Kendra for which he/she wants his/her candidature to be considered.

Note: Candidate will be eligible for chosen Doordarshan Kendra ONLY and will not be considered for the other Doordarshan Kendra. For example, if a candidate chooses Doordarshan Kendra “Delhi”, he/she will not be selected for Doordarshan Kendra Shimla even if he/she is above in merit from the candidate who has chosen Doordarshan Kendra Shimla.

2. SCHEME OF EXAMINATION AND SYLLABUS:

2.1 Written examination will be held at DELHI, CHENNAI, KOLKATA, MUMBAI, and GUWAHATI on 05th March, 2017 (Sunday).

2.2 Examination will consist of two papers as detailed below.

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ESIC recruits 135 sports persons from different field of sports

ESIC recruits 135 sports persons from different field of sports

ESIC has recruited 135 talented sports persons from all across India. Out of these 135 sportspersons, 26 are football players, 21 are Badminton players (01- Para Badminton), 30 are Table Tennis players (03 – Para Table Tennis), 22 are Volleyball players, 11 are Kabaddi players, 10 are  from Archery, 07 are Boxers, 06 are Wrestlers and 01 is a Para Athlete.  In the above list, 15 are female players representing Archery (03), Badminton (03), Table Tennis (08) and Para Table Tennis (01).

The top 10 sports persons who received the ‘Offer of Appointment’ from the hands of Shri Bandaru Dattatreya, Chairman, ESIC and Hon’ble Minister (Labour & Employment), Govt. of India are as following:-

1. Shri Pramod Bhagat comes from the State of Odisha and is a Gold Medalist (Men’s Single) in BWF Para Badminton World Championship, 2015, England.  He also won a Silver in Men’s Doubles.  Earlier also, he participated in 2013 Edition of the same tournament at the international level.  Shri Bhagat also achieved 3rd place in Asian Para Games, 2014 held at  Inchen.

2. Shri Ajay Singh Sekhawat, who comes from the State of Rajasthan, backed 1st place in 2015 Asian Archery Taipei Open Tournament, Asia Cup 2015, Bangkok, Thailand.  He also achieved 1st place in 36th National Archery Championship, 2015 and a Bronze Medalist in 37th Junior National Archery Championship, 2014.  He won All India Inter University Archery Tournament.

3. Ms. Patel Bhavinaben  belongs to the State of Gujarat and is a Bronze Medalist in Para Table Tennis Thailand Open 2015.  She is also  a Silver Medalist in 2013 ITTG PTT Asia Table Tennis Regional Championship. Her world ranking is 12 and she is also preparing for World Cup 2018.

4. Shri Avnil Kumar, a Para Athelete,  is a Silver Medalist in 2016 IPC Athletics Asia-Oceania Championship Dubai and participated in IBSA  Word games.  He also participated in Malaysia Open.

5. Shri Jatin participated in Cadet Asian Championship 2013 (Wrestling) and achieved 3rd place in Zrenjanin, Serbia.

6. Ms. Esha Monga is a sportperson in Table Tennis and a Silver Medalist in ITTF World Junior Circuit 2007.  She is also a  Senior National Gold Medalist 2013.

7. Shri Jagdar Singh got 2nd place in  40th Junior National 2014 (Volleyball).  He also represented  Rajasthan (as Captain) in 18th Youth National, 2016 and in 17th Youth National 2015.  He is also a winner in All India Inter University 2014-15.

8. Shri S. Shanmugham is a Volleyball player from Tamilnadu and a Gold Medalist in Junior National.

9. Ms. S. Krithicka from Tamilnadu, achieved 5th position  (Table Tennis) in 75th Senior National, 2014.  She is also a Silver Medalist in 75th Youth & Junior National, 2014.

10. Shri Subhendu Show participated in 77th Senior National & Inter State TT Championship 2015.  He got 3rd position in All India Inter University, 2014 and a Junior National Silver Medal.

The ESI Corporation is holding a 3 day Induction Training for all the above newly recruited officials under Sports Quota.  The opening ceremony in which the Offer of Appointment was distributed, was attended by Shri Bandaru Dattatreya, Hon’ble Minsiter of State (Independent Charge), for Labour & Employment, Govt. of India, Shri Rajiv Pratap Rudy, Hon’ble Minister of State (Independent Charge) for Skill Development and Entrepreneurship, Govt. of India, Shri Vijay Goel, Hon’ble Minister of State (Independent Charge) for Ministry of Youth Affairs & Sports, Govt. of India, Smt. Meenakashi Lekhi, Hon’ble Member of Parliament (Lok Sabha),  Shri Manoj Kumar Tiwari, Hon’ble Member of Parliament (Lok Sabha), Smt. M. Sathiyavathy, IAS, Secretary, Ministry of Labour & Employment, Govt. of India and Shri Deepak Kumar, IAS, Director General, ESIC.

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Pensioners to supervise government jobs recruitment exams

Pensioners to supervise government jobs recruitment exams

New Delhi: In a first, the Centre has decided to rope in pensioners to supervise government jobs recruitment exams conducted by Staff Selection Commission(SSC)

The SSC, which conducts examinations to select hundreds of candidates for various mid-level central government jobs, has written to Personnel Ministry in this regard.

The retired central government employees will be engaged as Inspecting Officers and members of the flying squad for conducting and supervising of examinations at various places, according to a note by the ministry.

The SSC has also sought a list of pensioners from the ministry to choose appropriate candidates, it said.

The Commission is one of the largest recruiting agencies in the country mandated to conduct eight exams.

There are about 58 lakh central government pensioners.

The Personnel Ministry already maintains a repository of pensioners in an online initiative called Sankalp, which provides a platform for the pensioners to access opportunities available for useful interventions in the society.

It also facilitates the organisations working in these areas to select appropriate skill and expertise from the available pool of volunteers.

There are 1,815 pensioners registered with the Sankalp. The ministry wants all pensioners to get themselves registered on this platform.

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OBC creamy layer income limit to be hiked to Rs 8 lakh per annum

OBC ‘creamy layer’ income limit to be hiked to Rs 8 lakh per annum

New Delhi: With a large number of vacancies in central government jobs meant for Other Backward Classes (OBCs) remaining unfilled for want of candidates, the central government is mulling relaxing the ‘creamy layer’ criterion by raising the income ceiling to Rs eight lakh annually.

27 per cent of seats in government jobs and educational institutions are reserved for OBCs provided the annual income of the family is up to Rs six lakh. Those who earn above that are referred to as the creamy layer and are not eligible for reservation. Raising the ceiling would result in a larger pool of candidates eligible for government jobs and seats in educational institutions.

The Social Justice Ministry is working on a proposal to raise the annual income ceiling of OBCs to Rs 8 lakh, according to official sources.

A Cabinet note is likely to be moved in this regard soon, they said.

When contacted National Comission for Backward Classes (NCBC) Member Ashok Saini told PTI that the panel had recommended more than doubling the income ceiling to Rs 15 lakh.

“Even two decades after reservation (was introduced), out of 27 per allocated quota, it has been seen that only 12-15 per get utilised. As per our analysis, the major reason behind this is the ceiling on annual income,” Saini said.

As per Mandal Comission report, in 1980 OBCs constituted 52 per cent of India’s population. The panel’s report was based on the 1931 census. The National Sample Survey Organisation had in 2006 pegged the OBC population at 41 per cent.

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