Kerala Public Service Commission: Notice for 117 posts released. Here’s how you can apply

Kerala Public Service Commission: Notice for 117 posts released. Here’s how you can apply

Kerala PSC (Public Service Commission) is inviting candidates for 117 posts. Details are available on Kerala’s PSC’s official website, keralapsc.gov.in. Applications will be accepted online till June 14. Candidates have to be 20 to 31 years old and should have a graduate degree from a recognised university or institute. The posts are for village field assistant, higher secondary school teacher, medical officer, police constable, driver, pharmacist, math lecturer, assistant professors in infectious disease, gastroenterology, lower division clerk, and laboratory technical assistant, various media reports say. A written test for the…

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Kerala Public Service Commission 2017 recruitment notification out

Kerala Public Service Commission 2017 recruitment notification out

  Kerala Public Service Commission ALSO READ UPSC 2016-17 exam results declaredBPSC to recruit 1,065 assistant engineersKerala seeks Rs 1,000 crore from Centre to face worst drought in 115 yearsI will work for the people, says Nandini: All about the 2016 UPSC topperPublic failures, private nuisance Kerala Public Service Commission (PSC) has invited eligible candidates to apply for 117 posts in various categories. According to the official notification, interested candidates can apply on its official website at psc.kerala.gov.in by June 14, 2017. PSC is looking at recruiting for various posts…

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TSPSC Telangana State Public Service Commission Group II results announced, check yours here

TSPSC Telangana State Public Service Commission Group II results announced, check yours here

The Telangana State Public Service Commission (TSPSC) announced the results of its Group II services today for various posts. The candidates were selected on the basis of a written examination held on November 11 and 13, 2016 for various posts under the Group-11 services. A list of candidates with register numbers provisionally admitted for verification of certificates was released by TSPSC. After the original certificates are verified the provisional list of eligible candidates for interview (oral test) will be announced. Here’s the list of candidates: Documents required Candidates admitted for…

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Distance learning technology for The Right Turn possible with public vote

Distance learning technology for The Right Turn possible with public vote

The Right Turn’s project, entitled a “technology investment and service expansion project”, includes distance-learning technology updates, and training throughout the region between the headquarters in Pierre and their branches. “We’ve noticed that sometimes there can be transportation barriers or logistical barriers that keep students from participating in our classes as much as they would like to,” Mary Gates, executive director of The Right Turn, said. The Right Turn assists 12 counties in central South Dakota, including Lower Brule and Rosebud reservations with child care training and advising. Limited technology in…

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Betsy DeVos signals she may be open to changes to loan forgiveness program for public servants

Betsy DeVos signals she may be open to changes to loan forgiveness program for public servants

The future of an already-embattled loan forgiveness program geared toward public servants could be in jeopardy under President Trump’s nominee for Secretary of Education, Betsy DeVos. DeVos didn’t commit to defending the Public Service Loan Forgiveness program (PSLF) in written answers to questions asked by Sen. Patty Murray (D-Wash.), published this week. When asked by Murray whether she would protect the program to ensure “thousands of students enrolled in the program can obtain the debt relief they were promised” and “actively oppose any efforts to undermine” the program, DeVos responded…

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Two top public schools attended by Prince Charles and Tony Blair are investigated as part of major inquiry into child abuse

Two top public schools attended by Prince Charles and Tony Blair are investigated as part of major inquiry into child abuse

Two top public schools attended by Prince Charles and Tony Blair are being investigated by a major national inquiry into child abuse. Gordonstoun, the alma mater of the heir to the throne, and Fettes College – where the former Labour Prime Minister was a pupil – both feature in the statutory probe. Other private schools under investigation include Merchiston Castle School in Edinburgh, Loretto School in Musselburgh and Morrison’s Academy in Crieff. The boarding schools are being probed as part of the Scottish Child Abuse Inquiry into more than 60…

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Charter school practices in Michigan similar to public schools

Charter school practices in Michigan similar to public schools

Anew study by the University of Michigan’s Education Policy Initiative shows Michigan’s charter schools follow similar practices as the traditional public schools that their students would otherwise attend. As Betsy DeVos—one of the pioneers of charter school development in Michigan—is poised to shape school choice throughout the country, the survey provides an unprecedented look at how the two sectors compare. The Michigan School Practices Survey, conducted by U-M researchers Susan Dynarski, Brian Jacob and Mahima Mahadevan, measured the different approaches taken by charters and other public schools in the state….

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International Relations, Public Policy Week spotlights scholarship opportunities

International Relations, Public Policy Week spotlights scholarship opportunities

UNIVERSITY PARK, Pa. — Students who are passionate about international relations or public policy can take advantage of a wide range of programming from Dec. 5 to 9. Sponsored by Penn State’s University Fellowships Office, International Relations and Public Policy Week will highlight relevant scholarships and fellowships during information sessions and drop-in hours. “We are excited to be able to promote several exciting opportunities for Penn State students during this week,” said Tanya Furman, interim director of the University Fellowships Office and associate vice president and associate dean for Undergraduate Education….

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Bhopal Was Done in Ham-handed Manner; Public Supports Encounter Killings: Julio Ribeiro

Bhopal Was Done in Ham-handed Manner; Public Supports Encounter Killings: Julio Ribeiro

Julio Ribeiro, the 1953-batch IPS Officer, is arguably one of the most famous police officers in the country. In his long and distinguished career, he has served as the Mumbai City Police Commissioner, Director General of Police in two states – Punjab and Gujarat – and DG of CISF. Ribeiro, but made it to history books as the man who finished off the Punjab insurgency. The “bullets for bullets” policy of Punjab Police cleaned the state off militancy but brought its fair share of controversies on extra-judicial killings. News18’s Smitha…

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