Education institutes must implement anti-ragging committee: Andhra Pradesh DGP

Education institutes must implement anti-ragging committee: Andhra Pradesh DGP

VIJAYAWADA: With many new educational institutes emerging across the state, Director General of Police Nanduri Sambasiva Rao on Friday urged them all to take measures and eradicate ragging in the state. “I have made an official request through the principal secretary of higher education to ensure that anti-ragging committee and anti-ragging squad be established across all higher educational institutes as mandated by law,” the DGP said during a press conference in the city. Making it clear that police aren’t the only main stakeholders in cracking down ragging cases, he said…

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Educational Institutes in Madhya Pradesh Go Cashless

Educational Institutes in Madhya Pradesh Go Cashless

Educational institutes in Madhya Pradesh will now adopt cash-free transactions for financial and business conducts said Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan, in a meeting held on Tuesday. PR officer of Bhopal School of Social Sciences, Manju Mehta said that Rs.500 and Rs.1000 will not be accepted and students can make the online payments and to pay through Federal bank if any of the students want to pay in cash. Additional news regarding demonetization include announcements that all the students should make use of credit card or debit card and e-banking…

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Himachal Pradesh recruitment: Over 4000 vacancies in elementary schools to be filled soon

Himachal Pradesh recruitment: Over 4000 vacancies in elementary schools to be filled soon

Over 4000 posts of different categories would be filled in government elementary schools soon to meet the shortage of teachers and other staff, a senior official said on December 1. The recruitment would be made through batch-wise appointments and direct appointment and the staff crunch faced by the department would be eased, Director Elementary Education Manmohan Sharma said here. He said that there was vast network of about 16,000 government schools in the state but in spite of this, the students were shifting from government to private schools, even in rural…

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Educational Institutes in Madhya Pradesh Go Cashless

Educational Institutes in Madhya Pradesh Go Cashless

Educational institutes in Madhya Pradesh will now adopt cash-free transactions for financial and business conducts said Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan, in a meeting held on Tuesday. PR officer of Bhopal School of Social Sciences, Manju Mehta said that Rs.500 and Rs.1000 will not be accepted and students can make the online payments and to pay through Federal bank if any of the students want to pay in cash. Additional news regarding demonetization include announcements that all the students should make use of credit card or debit card and e-banking…

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Salt shortage rumour triggers panic in Uttar Pradesh, woman killed in Kanpur

Salt shortage rumour triggers panic in Uttar Pradesh, woman killed in Kanpur

Rumours of no salt stocks in Uttar Pradesh triggered a major law and order situation, leading to the death of a woman in Kanpur, police said today. In the panic buying around midnight, when the rumours spread like wildfire in Bakarganj Bazaar in Kanpur, Savita (52) too, rushed to buy some salt. In the melee she was pushed around and slipped into a drain, dying on the spot, the police said. CANE CHARGE TO CONTROL MOB The police had to resort to cane charge at many places as the panic-stricken…

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Himachal Pradesh PSC Recruitment 2016 for Tehsil Welfare officer and Inspector – 71 Vacancies || Last date 20th April 2016

Himachal Pradesh PSC Recruitment 2016 for Tehsil Welfare officer and Inspector – 71 Vacancies || Last date 20th April 2016

Himachal Pradesh PSC has announced recruitment news for the post of Tehsil Welfare Officer, Inspector and various other vacancies. Applicants interested in this job may apply online on or before 20th April 2016. Detailed job description given below: Name: Himachal Pradesh PSC Post: Tehsil Welfare Officer Number of vacancies: 11 vacancies Salary / Wages: Salary of Rs. 14,500/- per month Post: Inspector Numbers of vacancies: 33 vacancies Salary / Wages: Salary of Rs. 13,900/- per month     Total number of vacancies: 71 Vacancies Education / Qualification for Himachal Pradesh…

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Himachal Pradesh Police Recruitment 2016 for Constables – 1500 Vacancies || Last date 15th March 2016

Himachal Pradesh Police Recruitment 2016 for Constables – 1500 Vacancies || Last date 15th March 2016

Himachal Pradesh Police has announced recruitment news for the post of Constables (Male and Female). Applicants may apply on or before 15th March 2016. Detailed job description given below: Name: Himachal Pradesh Police Post: Constables     Nos. Of Vacancies: 1500 Vacancies (1200 for Male candidates and 300 for Female candidates) Location: Himachal Pradesh Salary/ Wages: Salary of Rs. 5910 – Rs. 20,200/- per month plus grade pay of Rs. 1900/- Education/ Qualification: Applicants applying for this post must possess 12th class pass from government recognised board. Age: Minimum age…

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