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FIXATION OF MAXIMUM NUMBER OF DAYS FOR DISPOSAL OF VARIOUS TYPES OF CASES

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FIXATION OF MAXIMUM NUMBER OF DAYS FOR DISPOSAL OF VARIOUS TYPES OF CASES

No.A/88296/Policv Corr/CAD/A-2(B)

MINISTRY OF DEFENCE

(Office of JS & CAO)

OFFICE ORDER

Sub: FIXATION OF MAXIMUM NUMBER OF DAYS FOR DISPOSAL OF  VARIOUS TYPES OF CASES

  1. General instructions regarding disposal of various types of cases in Govt Depts already exists under Chapter XI ‘Check on Delays’ in the Manual of Office Procedure; MoP). However, Para 60 of the MoP emphasises that each Ministry /. Department should fix time limits for disposal of as many types of cases as possible handled in the Department through departmental instructions.
  2. In accordance with Para 60 of MoP and to streamline the existing practice of disposal of cases in Adm division of CAD’s office, it has been decided to lay down norms for disposal of different cases / requests / applications on a time bound manner under normal circumstances. The under mentioned nature of cases have been considered feasible for the purpose of timely disposal / finalization of cases / requests / applications received from officers / members of staff:-
Sl No. Subject Time Limit for Disposal(working days)
1. Grant of Advance / Withdrawal from GPF 03 Days
2. LTC Advance (Adm Entry) 02 Days
3. LTC Final Claim Adm Ent 05 Days
4. Forwarding of Application for outside posts 01 Day after CCA approval
5. Forwarding of Application for type test 02 Days
6. Forwarding Application for Allotment / Possession of Govt Accommodation 02 Days
7. Application for CGHS card ( New / Renewal) 02 Days
8. Opening of Service Book on New Apptts (including all Nominations. NPS form etc.) 10 Days
9. NOC for Passport 15 Days
10. NoC for Visiting Abroad 15 Days
11. Medical Reimbursement claim under Delegated Powers 05 Days
12. Sanction of Medical Advance under Delegated Powers 03 Days
13. Grant of Permission under Conduct Rules As prescribed under Conduct Rules
14. Change of Home Town for LTC recorded in Service Book 03 Days
15. Issue of LPC on Transfer 07 Days
16. Permission to Undertake Higher Study or Course 05 Days
17. Fixation of Pay on Promotion 15 Days
18. Leave Applications 15 Days
19. Payment of Pay and Allowances On due date
20. Sanction of Hindi Awards and Special Increments 05 Days
21. WIP / VIP Reference 07 Days
22. Parliament Question Starred and Unstarred 05 Days or on demand whichever is less
23. Preparation of Bill for Leave Encashment on LTC 03 Days

Note: The cases where final disposal is dependent upon various clearances from other offices, processing of the case must commence immediately.

  1. All officers and staff are requested to furnish their applications / requests complete in all respects so that their requests may be disposed of within the time limit mentioned above. In case of delay, they may kindly bring the matter to the notice of the SAO / Dy Dir of concerned Adm Section

(Dr. S.K. Mishra)

Dy CAO (Admin) For JS & CAO

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OROP: One Rank One Pension Scheme should be implemented with in six weeks – Hon’ble Supreme Court

OROP: One Rank One Pension Scheme should be implemented with in six weeks – Hon’ble Supreme Court


Hon’ble Supreme Court granted 6 weeks time Central Government to grant One Rank One Pension to retired Armed Forces Personnel on the request of Govt Justice T S Thakur accepted to take up the case after six weeks as per the request made by Additional Solicitor General on behalf of Government Side.

It is expected that time given now may be final as Hon’ble Supreme Court ordered for implementation of One Rank One Pension in the year 2008 itself which is yet to be implemented by Govt. This six weeks was granted on the grounds that Govt needs to work out the modalities for granting OROP.

A contempt petition has been filed by retired Major General S P S Vains in this issue in which hearing is on. Earlier Apex Court has observed that One Rank One Pension is one of the points in Election manifesto of NDA Government. Hon’ble court said “This was part of your manifesto for the Lok Sabha elections. You must keep your word,”

While hearing the Contempt Petition, Defence Ministry has been called upon to provide its explanation for non-implementation of OROP

In Febrary itself, when fixing the next hearing after 3 months Apex Court said “We make it clear that no further time will be granted for the purpose of implementation of the impugned judgment.”

Now, six more weeks have been given as additional time for implementing One Rank One Pension to Ex-Servicemen.

Source: The Indian Express

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What central government employees can expect from the 7th Pay Commission

What central government employees can expect from the 7th Pay Commission

Sounds odd, but the highest paid Indian bureaucrat till 1959 was the railway board chairman and not the cabinet secretary. The top rail bureaucrat, who was earlier called chief commissioner of railways, drew a basic salary of Rs 3,250 per month, a smart 8.3% more than that of the cabinet secretary, the senior-most bureaucrat in India. But as the fortunes of Indian Railways dwindled over the years — its market share in freight movement has shrunk from 90% in 1950 to 30% now — the clout of the rail bosses and their corresponding rank and pay have also slipped.

Today, the railway board chairman and eight other top rail babus receive a salary equivalent to a government of India secretary, a scale which as many as 230 Indian Administrative Service (IAS) and 40 Indian Police Service (IPS) officers also draw. For good measure, the cabinet secretary now not only draws a higher salary than the railway board chairman, his superior rank comes with better perks including a bungalow at Prithviraj Road located in the heart of Lutyens’ Delhi.

Meanwhile, the Indian Revenue Service (IRS), a 5,541 officers-strong cadre responsible for collecting direct taxes in India, now claims that IRS should get better pay and perks than IAS. The entry-level salary for all Group A Central services is the same now, but thanks to two more increments and faster promotions, IAS maintains an edge over others. The basis for this claim? “Today, IRS — not IAS — is the revenue collector for the government. So, it’s logical that that the edge given to IAS  should be given to us,” says Jayant Misra, Income-Tax commissioner and general secretary of IRS Association. In a 58-page-long memorandum to the 7th Central Pay Commission (CPC), which is now examining a pay hike for Central government employees, the IRS Association argued that the primary reason for higher pay to the Indian Civil Service (ICS) of the British era and its successor service, IAS, was that they were revenue collectors. But now, the dynamics have changed, they claim.

IRS has argued that the net direct tax collection has grown 9.35 times between 2000-01 and 2013-14, an impressive piece of statistics in the backdrop of only 5.4 times expansion of GDP during the corresponding period. Also, the cost of revenue collection in India is one of the lowest in the world, which according to IRS officers is yet another reason for demanding a good deal from the CPC. For every Rs 100 they collect, the tax department spends merely 57 paisa. In percentage terms, the cost of  revenue collection in India is one of the lowest in the world, which according to IRS officers is yet another reason for demanding a good deal from the CPC. For every Rs 100 they collect, the tax department spends merely 57 paisa. In percentage terms, the cost of revenue collection in India is 0.57% as against 1.58% in Japan, 1.35% in France, 1.17% in Canada and 1.05% in Australia.

Welcome to the behind-the-scenes manoeuvring before the Big Sarkari Pay Hike. With a new pay scale for 36 lakh Central government employees, and also pensioners, likely to come into effect from January 1, 2016, the officers and non-gazetted staff of various services have been lobbying hard to get a good deal from the 7th CPC. Unlike in the private sector, the pay hike in government is a once-in-10-years-affair, making every CPC, right from the first that submitted its report in 1947, a hugely powerful agency. No doubt, government employees have to undergo an annual appraisal process called Annual Performance Appraisal Report (APAR), but that exercise is important only for promotion, and not for any pay hike. Government employees do get a regular hike in dearness allowance, a measure meant for offsetting inflationary pressure on their earnings, but at the end of the day it is the CPC that fixes the bureaucrats’ pay for 10 long years.

That’s precisely why officers and staff of every service can’t afford to ignore the CPC. Constituted in February 2014 under the chairmanship of retired Supreme Court judge Ashok Kumar Mathur, the 7th CPC has an economist and two bureaucrats as its members. Most of the employees’ associations have already had at least one round of talks with the Commission. And some are waiting for Round II.

The Ripple Effects

A cursory glance at the memorandum submitted by IPS Central Association on behalf of Indian Police Service (IPS) will throw light on the importance attached to a pay commission. The 137-page memorandum, a copy of which was reviewed by ET Magazine, is well designed and comparable to any standard report prepared by a global consultancy firm. PV Rama Sastry, an Inspector General of Police at National Investigation Agency (NIA) and secretary of IPS Central Association says the memorandum  is the result of intense in-house research, factoring in the macro environment of growth, development, equity and justice vis-a-vis the role of a police officer. Though Sastry is the spokesperson of 4,720 IPS officers, the memorandum prepared by his team encompasses the role and needs of 30 lakh police personnel across India out of which 10 lakh come under the gamut of the pay commission. As the CPC recommendations are often accepted by the state governments as well, the remaining 20 lakh  police personnel too may eventually benefit.

The IPS memorandum has quoted a number of reports to suggest that the tough life of a cop justifies the demand for a fatter hike. For example, it has quoted articles published in two journals — Global Journal of Medicine and Public Health and International Journal of Pharma and Bio-Sciences — to conclude that one of two cops in India suffers from sleep disturbances and anxiety whereas chances of cardiovascular problems increase by 38% after a person joins as a police officer. Among other demands (see What it Expects), IPS wants better life and health insurance cover, an overtime allowance and also a new perk called allowance for “un-social” hours (for duty between 8 pm and 6 am).

Railway officers too cite round-the-clock work demands as a reason for better salary. “A railway officer may be called to join duty any time during the night. The pressure always remains as it’s a 24×7 work,” says RR Prasad, an Indian Railway Personnel Service officer and secretary general of Federation of Railways Officers’ Association. The Indian Railways is a gigantic organisation with over 13 lakh employees, 16,000 of whom are officers. Both the officers and staff associations have made their representations to the 7th CPC. The officers want non-gazetted staff to get their dues but they demand the proportion of the pay of the lowest and the highestpaid employee should increase from current 1:12 to 1:18

To be sure, a formula towards pay parity has been the hallmark of the last few pay commissions. A government entry-level peon now gets a monthly pay of Rs 14,000, if dearness allowance is factored in. Similarly, a mid-level government driver’s monthly salary, including allowances, is Rs 30,000, at least two times that of his counterpart in a private sector company. And that’s why the salary gap between the lowest and highest paid government servant has drastically decreased over the last three decades.

The pay commissions have also reduced the disparity among the officers of various services. Till the late 1980s, an IAS officer used to receive a salary that’s 25% higher than that of a Group A service officer. Today, the pay for all officers, at least at the entry level, is same. But IAS and Indian Foreign Service (IFS) officers still maintain an edge over others as their empanelment process (a step to get higher posts) is much faster.

Balancing Act

An IPS officer can become a joint secretary to government of India only two years after an IAS of the same batch can reach that level. Similarly, there has been a nine-yearlong gap in joint secretary empanelment between IAS and IRS, something many services claim is a continuation of the British legacy. Today, IAS officers at the level of deputy secretary and director at the Centre constitute about only 13% of the total officers. But as the hierarchy goes up, the percentage of IAS vis-a-vis others also rises. For example, 75% joint secretaries to government of India belong to IAS and IFS, and the percentage of IAS and IFS goes further up to 95 in case of government of India secretaries.

“The edge that the IAS has must continue. Why will a person join the IAS after quitting a job in HSBC Bank if that edge is missing? IAS officers have work experiences at Tehsil, sub-divisions, district, state and Central government levels. We interact with the political executives at all levels. IAS should remain a premium service,” says Sanjay R Bhoosreddy, a joint-secretary-ranked officer and secretary to IAS (Central) Association.

On its part, the Indian Economic Service (IES) which has a cadre strength of 511 officers, represented in 55 Central government departments, has demanded parity in pay, perks and promotions of all services, including IAS, so that the “officers deliver what they have been employed for rather than fret over their pay and promotion prospects”.

The question is how far the 7th CPC will go in changing the pay and associated service conditions like empanelment and promotions. IAS officers have pulled out a 1991 Supreme Court judgement (Mohan Kumar Singhania and Others vs Union of India and Others) where it was said that other services should not approach the pay commissions and attempt to change the rules of career progressions and push for a case for parity with the premier service. But other services are continuing their demand for pay parity and also for the creation of more departments where the IAS can’t dictate. At present, only three major ministries — railways, external affairs and post — are not headed by IAS but run by their own cadres. Now, IPS wants a new department of internal security headed by a cop and IRS wants a separate direct tax department headed by a taxman.

Will the 7th CPC venture into such nuances? Or will it, like the past few pay commissions have, adopt a simple formula of Multiplier 3 under which the basic salary is hiked by three times or more depending on the economic health of the nation. If that is the case, it won’t be too hazardous to make a prediction: A secretary to government of India will get a basic monthly salary (excluding DA) of Rs 2.4 lakh (current basic salary multiplied by three) and the cabinet secretary Rs 2.7 lakh from  January 1, 2016. And, yes, perks, DA and other allowances will be extra.

Source: http://economictimes.indiatimes.com/

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Central Government Officers may have to work 6 days a week

News: 6 Days a week workdays in central government offices

Central Government Officers may have to work 6 days a week

Deccan Chronical | June 03, 2014

New Delhi: Speculation is rife in various union ministries that the new government under Narendra Modi may revert back to the six-days a week workdays in central government offices after about three decades.

Although there is no move yet by the government in this regard the issue is subject of much discussion among the bureaucrats. It was former PM Rajiv Gandhi who, in the mid-1980s, had decided to go in for the five-day week.

The aim at that time was to promote efficiency since it gave the bureaucrats much-needed rest over the weekend on the assumption that the work-culture would improve during week-days.

The closure of Government offices on Saturdays also resulted in saving of electricity and other expenses of the Centre. But despite the current five-day week, some of the ministers even in the previous UPA-2 government were known to attend office on Saturdays and attend to files and other important work.

Source: http://www.deccanchronicle.com/140603/nation-current-affairs/article/central-government-officers-may-have-work-6-days-week

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Modifications in Civil Services Examination, 2013

Modifications in Civil Services Examination, 2013

Information Bureau
Government of India
Ministry of Personnel, Public Grievances & Pensions

03-April-2013

The Government has approved the following modifications in the Civil Services Examination, 2013 notified on 5.3.2013:

1.    A candidate is allowed to use any one regional language from the 8th Schedule of the Constitution of India or English as the medium of writing the examination.

2.    Conditionality of a minimum of 25 candidates in that medium and the requirement to have that language as the medium of examination at graduation level has been dropped.

3.    Furthermore, a candidate is allowed to take up literature as his/her optional subject (to be chosen from a list of 23 literature subjects – 22 of the 8th Schedule languages and English) without the conditionality of having to do his/her graduation in that language’s literature.

4.    The English component (of 100 marks) from the Essay Paper has been dropped and 2 qualifying papers of 300 marks each in any Modern Indian Language(MIL) and in English have been restored. The Essay Paper is now of 250 marks to be written in the medium/language of candidate’s choice.

Now, the Civil Services Main Examination 2013 will be as under:

 

a.    The candidates may write the examination in any one medium/language chosen from the languages listed in the 8th Schedule of the Constitution of India or English;

b.    Paper I and II will be of qualifying nature only– one in any MIL and another in English – of 300 marks each;

c.    Paper III will be the compulsory Essay Paper, with no English Comprehension test, to be written in the medium of candidate’s choice. The English component shall be dropped. Now this paper shall be of 250 marks.

d.    There will be 4 compulsory papers of General Studies of 250 marks each, namely, Paper-IV (Indian Heritage & Culture, History and Geography of the World and Society), Paper-V (Governance, Constitution, Polity, Social Justice and International relations), Paper-VI (Technology, Economic Development, Bio Diversity, Environment, Security and Disaster Management) and Paper-VII (Ethics, Integrity and Aptitude).

e.    Paper VIII and IX: Candidates will have to take one optional subject with 2 papers of 250 marks each. This optional subject can be selected from a list of 25 core subjects and 23 literatures (literature of 22 languages in 8th Schedule of The Constitution of India and English).

f.    The personality test/interview will be of 275 marks.

Source: Pib

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DoPT bid to ‘right-size’ staff across ministries

At a time when the government is tightening the belt on unnecessary expenditure, the Department of Personnel and Training (DoPT) has, in an ambitious move, initiated a manpower audit for rationalisation of staff.

Government sources said the exercise is aimed at “right-sizing the staff strength”’ across all ministries and department. “We want to clarify that we are not downsizing the staff but just right-sizing or rationalising it to distribute it evenly all over,” a senior DoPT official said.
Sources added that once the survey is done excess staff from a particular ministry or department will be transferred to the ones facing a staff crunch.
The government as of now is not favourably inclined to go in for fresh recruitments unless absolutely necessary.
Eventually this exercise will end up saving money for the government.
Both the finance ministry and the DoPT in the last few days have announced a slew of measures aimed at cost cutting which include restrictions of foreign travel, stay and meeting in five-star hotels, buying new vehicles and big ticket appointments.
“It has been noticed that some ministries and dep-artments are heavily over staffed. Some of this staff is not governed by the DoPT but by the concerned ministries only. We are in touch with such ministries so that their extra staff can be adjusted somewhere else,” the DoPT official added.
According to DoPT the excess staff is mostly at the level of Class III and IV employees and it was a priority to rationalise them first.
A number of senior officials who have exceeded their five-year deputation but continue in their present positions will also be repatriated, sources added.

Source: Deccan Chronicle

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List of Current Central Government Vacancies 2012

List of Current Central Government Vacancies
Central Government Jobs :-

Syndicate Bank
Application invited for the post of: Probationary Clerks
Last date: 15-06-2012

Directorate General Border Security Force
Application invited for the post of: Assistant Sub-Inspector (Pharmacist-Qualified), Assistant Sub-Inspector (Lab Technician), and Constable
Last date: 25-06-2012

Bank of Baroda
Application invited for the post of: Clerk
Last date: 11-06-2012

National Payments Corporation of India
Application invited for the post of: Manager, Assistant Manager and Officer
Last date: 20-06-2012

Central University of Bihar
Application invited for the post of: Finance Officer
Last date: 11-06-2012

Jawaharlal Nehru Post Trust
Application invited for the post of: Manager
Last date: 22-06-2012

Indian Institute of Technology

Application invited for the post of: Registrar
Last date: 06-07-2012

Indian Oil
Application invited for the post of: Drilling Engineer
Last date: 18-06-2012

Punjab & Sing Bank
Application invited for the post of: Chief Information Security Officer, Chartered Accountants, IT Officers, Agriculture Field Officers, Official Language Officers & Technical Officer
Last date: 01-06-2012 to 15-06-2012 (online)

Rail Tel Corporation of India Ltd.
Application invited for the post of: Deputy Manager & Manager
Last date: 25-06-2012 (online)

Numalgarh Refinery Limited
Application invited for the post of: Director (Finance)
Last date: 27-07-2012

Indian Institute of Technology
Application invited for the post of: Deputy Registrar & Junior Technical Superintendent
Last date: 22-06-2012

MECON LIMITED
Application invited for the post of: Engineer & Doctor
Last date: 12-06-2012

Indian Institute of Space Science & Technology
Application invited for the post of: Technical Assistant ‘A’ and Library Assistant ‘A’
Last date: 17-06-2012

SUPREME COURT OF INDIA
Application invited for the post of: Branch Officer (System Administrator) & Court Assistant (Technical Assistant-cum-Programmer)
Last date: 25-06-2012

HIGH COURT OF JUDICATURE AT ALLAHABAD
Application invited for the post of: Law Clerk Trainee
Last date: 30-06-2012

High Court
Application invited for the post of: Additional District and Sessions Judge
Last date: 15-06-2012

High Court
Application invited for the post of: Law Clerks (Trainee)
Last date: 31-07-2012

Council of Scientific & Industrial Research
Application invited for the post of: Integrated M.Tech.- Ph.D. Programme
Last date: 23-06-2012

Steel Authority of India Limited
Application invited for the post of: Operator cum Technician & Attendant cum Technician
Last date: 21-06-2012

Indian Institute of Space Science & Technology
Application invited for the post of: Project Scientist & Project Engineers
Last date: 22-06-2012

Security Paper Mill
Application invited for the post of: Supervisor (Draughtsman, Mould Plant., Electrical, E & I , Mechanical and Production/ Lab./R&D)
Last date: 04-07-2012

Standing Conference of Public Enterprises
Application invited for the post of: Dy. General Manager/ General Manager (Technical), Dy. General Manager (Finance), Chief Manager / DGM (HR & Development), Assistant Engineer (Civil), Junior Engineer (Civil), Junior Engineer (Mechanical), Economic Analyst / Economist, Staff Officer/ Executive Assistants and Assistants / Sr. Assistants(Protocol / Finance / HR)
Last date: 20-06-2012

Employees’ State Insurance Corporation
Application invited for the post of: Senior Resident & Contractual Specialists
Last date: 05-06-2012

Indian Institute of Technology
Application invited for the post of: Registrar, Project Engineer cum Estate Officer, Asst. Workship Superintendent, Scientist, Assistant Registrar, Sr. Technical Superintendent, Sr. Accounts Officer, Accounts Officer, Superintendent, Junior Engineer (Civil), Jr. Superintendent, Sr. Library Information Assistant, Jr. Technical Information Assistant, Jr. Accounts Officer & Tech. Lab. Assistant
Last date: 30-06-2012

Central University of Rajasthan
Application invited for the post of: Teacher & Librarian
Last date: 23-06-2012

Indian Institute of Information Technology
Application invited for the post of: Senior Technical Staff, Junior Technical Staff, Maintenance Staff (Part time), Accountant, Digitalization Staff, Data Operator, Support Staff and Supervisor
Last date: 12-06-2012

World Health Organization
Application invited for the post of: Surveillance Medical Officers
Last date: 23-06-2012

Indian Rare Earths Ltd.
Application invited for the post of: Manager (Medical), Dy. Manager (Medical), Sr. Medical Officer & Medical Officer (Female)
Last date: 18-06-2012

Energy Efficiency Services Limited
Application invited for the post of: Assistant manager & Company Secretary
Last date: 11-06-2012

Indian Railway Catering and Tourism Corporation Limited
Application invited for the post of: Dy. General Manager
Last date: 18-06-2012

East Central Railway
Application invited for the post of: Jan Sadharan Ticket Booking Sevak
Last date: 22-06-2012

Agricultural and Processed Food Products Export Development Authority
Application invited for the post of: Personal Executive & Junior Assistant Executive
Last date: 18-06-2012

Atomic Energy Education Society
Application invited for the post of: Principal, Post Graduate Teacher (PGT), Trained Graduate Teacher (TGT) and Primary Teacher (PRT)
Last date: 09-06-2012

Central University of Jharkhand
Application invited for the post of: Librarian, Internal Audit Officer (on deputation), Assistant, Junior Engineer (Electrical), Personal Assistant, Technical Assistant (English Language Lab), Technical Assistant (Engineering & Technology), Technical Assistant (Natural Sciences), Laboratory Assistant (Life Sciences), Laboratory Assistant ( Nanotechnology), Laboratory Assistant (Water Engineering and Management), Laboratory Assistant ( Mass Communication), Driver , LDC, Laboratory Attendant (Applied Chemistry), Laboratory Attendant (Life Sciences), Attendant (Kitchen) and Attendant Hostel (1-Boys Hostel, 1-Girls Hostel)
Last date: 02-07-2012

National Institute of Food Technology Entrepreneurship and Management
Application invited for the post of: Professor, Associate Professor, Assistant Professor, Controller of Examination, Dy. Controller (Finance & Accounts), Assistant Registrar, Deputy General Manager, Manager, Executive Assistants, Lab In charge, Lab Technician, Doctors, Nurses, Pharmacists, Sports Coach & Gym Instructor
Last date: 18-06-2012

Karnataka Antibiotics & Pharmaceuticals Ltd.
Application invited for the post of: Managing Director
Last date: 17-07-2012

Central Electricity Regulatory Commission
Application invited for the post of: Bench Officer & Pay and Accounts Officer
Last date: 15-06-2012

Agricultural Scientists Recruitment Board
Application invited for the post of: RMP, Head of Departments (HoD), Principal Scientists & Senior Scientists
Last date: 26-06-2012

Employees’ State Insurance Corporation
Application invited for the post of: Consultants
Last date: 12-06-2012

National Institute of Technology
Application invited for the post of: Associate Professor, Assistant Professor, Registrar, Assistant Librarian, Executive Engineer, Technical Assistant (System), Stenographer, Technician & Junior Assistant
Last date: 11-06-2012

Hindustan Petroleum Corporation Limited
Application invited for the post of: Operation Technician , Maintenance Technician – Electrical, Lab Analyst and Jr. Administrative Assistant
Last date: 04-06-2012

Steel Authority of India Limited
Application invited for the post of: Operator cum Technician, Operator cum Technician (Trainee) & Attendant cum Technician (Trainee)
Last date: 04-06-2012

Central University of Bihar
Application invited for the post of: Professor, Associate Professor & Assistant Professor
Last date: 05-06-2012

RITES LIMITED
Application invited for the post of: Dy. General Manager / Jt. General Manager (Elect.), Dy. General Manager (Personnel) & Architects
Last date: 06-06-2012

Indian Institute of Crop Processing Technology
Application invited for the post of: Lower Division Clerk & Technician (Laboratory)
Last date: 11-06-2012

Atomic Energy Education Society (Regd.)
Application invited for the post of: Principals & Teachers
Last date: 09-06-2012

GAIL (India) Ltd.
Application invited for the post of: Officer & Junior Engineer
Last date: 06-06-2012 (online)

Hindustan Organic Chemicals Limited
Application invited for the post of: Chairman & Managing Director
Last date: 2-07-2012

SJVN Limited
Application invited for the post of: Director (Electrical)
Last date: 15-06-2012

Instrumentation Limited
Application invited for the post of: Director (Production)
Last date: 25-06-2012

National Board of Examinations
Application invited for the post of: Multi Skill Assistants and Stenographers
Last date: 26-06-2012

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