04:07 pm Cochin Shipyard Limited (CSL), a premier 'Miniratna' company under Government of India, has invited online applications from eligible Indian nationals for filling 30 vacancies to the post of Assistant (Human Resource) Apprentice through direct recruitment. The application process towards the same starts from July 10, 2019 and closes on July 25, 2019. candidates interested in applying for the post of Assistant (HR) Apprentice through Cochin Shipyard Recruitment 2019 must not have exceeded 25 years of age as on July 25, 2019 with relaxation (upper age limit) up to 28 years for OBC (NCL) categories and 30 years for SC/ST candidates as detailed in the advertisement. Candidates must remit a specified amount of Rs. 200 as application processing fee through online (net-banking/credit/debit etc. payment gateways) mode only. However, SC/ST and PWD candidates exempted from paying application fees. Desirous candidates applying for the post of Assistant (HR) Apprentice through Cochin Shipyard Recruitment 2019 must possess a Degree in Arts (other than fine arts/ performing arts)/Science/Mathematics/Commerce/Computer Applications/Business Administration with minimum of 75% marks (aggregate) from a recognized University/Institution. Candidates must have working knowledge of computers and its applications. Proficiency in Shorthand will be an added advantage.
04:07 pm Indian Army’s recruitment rally in Jammu and Kashmir’s Baramulla district on Wednesday witnessed a huge number of enthusiastic participants with over 5,000 candidates registering for it. The recruitment drive will conclude on July 16. “The posts are open for four categories this year, which are - Soldier General Duty (All arms), Soldier Technical AAE, Soldier Nursing Assistant, and Soldier Clerk SKT,” said Jagdeep Dahiya, Deputy Director General, Recruiting HQ Zone, Jammu and Kashmir. The recruitment process is divided into several categories and rounds which include physical fitness test, medical test, and written test. “I always wanted to be a part of the Indian Army, and today I feel really happy after clearing the first round of the recruitment process. I decided to join the Indian Army because of the prevailing unemployment issue in my state,” a candidate, Azeez, told ANI. “Army recruitment rounds are not easy. We have to work really hard in order to crack all the test rounds. I was trying to register my name for this rally, since last one month. I am a well-educated man, but due to the poor employment rate in Jammu and Kashmir, I decided to join the Indian Army,” another participant, Adil Hussain, told ANI. Almost 5,366 candidates have registered for the Indian Army rally.
04:07 pm New Delhi: The Broadcast Engineering Consultants India Limited (BECIL) has invited applications for 2978 vacancies for the post of junior engineers (civil), date entry operator and skilled, unskilled manpower. The application process will close on July 25 for skilled and unskilled manpower posts while for junior engineers and date entry operator it will close on August 10. Aspirants are invited to apply online for the posts. The candidates can apply for the posts online at beciljobs.com
04:07 pm Chennai: It’s unfortunate that post-graduates were applying for government jobs in Group-4 category due to unemployment, the Madras High Court observed Thursday, and said appointment of “over-qualified” people to these posts will affect efficiency in public administration. It cited that degree holders were recently appointed as sweepers in the high court services and the court was unable to extract work efficiently for better administration. If over-qualified candidates are appointed to perform Group-4 services, undoubtedly the efficiency level in public administration would be hit, Justice S M Subramaniam said. Similarly, under-qualified candidates cannot be allowed to handle a bigger responsibility, the judge said. He was hearing a plea seeking to quash the Tamil Nadu Public Service Commission notification that professional degree holders would not be considered for posts of combined subordinate services (Group 3 and Group 4). He refused to allow the prayer. Group 4 services include typists, junior assistants and village administrative officers. Justice Subramaniam asked the state government to review the rules and accordingly prescribe the minimum and maximum educational qualification for such posts within 12 weeks in consonance with the concept of level-playing field. All these aspects should be considered by competent government authorities during the process of issuing recruitment notification to a particular post or cadre, he said. Currently, the minimum educational qualification and other related criteria are prescribed by employers. However, no maximum educational qualification is prescribed due to which over-qualified persons participate in the recruitment process for Group 4 posts and basic services. Similar issues were brought to the notice of the court during the appointment of Grade-II police constables, the judge said. Petitioner M Sakkaraichamy had submitted to the court that he had appeared for combined service examination and attended interview. But he was not considered for the posts because he was a professional degree holder, while the notification had stipulated Arts and Science bachelor as the education qualification.