BPSC 65th PT Exam: Answer key released at bpsc.bih.nic.in

source – hindustantimes.com

Bihar Public Service Commission has released the provisional answer key for 65th combined (Preliminary) examination.Candidates who have appeared in the examination can check the answer key online at, bpsc.bih.nic.in.

The preliminary examination was conducted on October 15, 2019, in a single shift from 11 am to 2 pm at 718 exam centers spread over 35 districts. According to the officials, about 4 lakh candidates had registered for the preliminary exam.

Candidates can challenge the answer key by providing appropriate representations on or before November 11, 2019, till 5 pm. Candidates have to send their objection through a speed post to the following address:

Exam controller, Bihar Public Service Commission, Jawharlal Nehru Marg (Bali Road), Patna, 800001

Here’s the direct link to check the provisional answer key for BPSC 65th combined prelims examination – http://www.bpsc.bih.nic.in/Advt/65CCE-(Pre)-Answer-Key-GS-For-Invitation-of-Objection.pdf

How to check the answer key:

1.Visit the official website – http://www.bpsc.bih.nic.in/

2.On the home page, click on the link that reads, ‘Answer Key :: General Studies : Booklet Series A, B, C, D’

3.Answer key in the PDF format will appear on the display screen

4.Download the answer key and takes its print out for future reference.

TMH first Jharkhand hospital to get Bone Marrow Transplant facility.

Source – avenuemail.in

TV Narendran, CEO and MD, Tata Steel today inaugurated the recently established 2 bed Bone Marrow Transplant (BMT) facility at the JGMH Block of Tata Main Hospital (TMH) in the presence of R Ravi Prasad, President Tata Workers’ Union. Chanakya Chaudhary, Vice President, Corporate Services, Tata Steel and Air Marshal (Dr) Rajan Chaudhry, AVSM, VSM (Retd.), General Manager (Medical Services) were also present on the occasion.

The BMT facility – the only one its kind in Jharkhand and one of the few in the Eastern region – is a standalone dedicated facility which would bring international level care to patients from Jharkhand and adjoining areas at reasonably affordable rates. A team led by eminent Medical Oncologist Dr (Brig) Anil Kumar Dhar, ably supported by the departments of Medical Oncology, Pathology, Critical Care and Nursing under the guidance of Dr. Rajan Chaudhry has already conducted a successful transplant for a complicated case of Lymphoma. The transplant has given new lease of life to the patient.

Narendran said, “TMH has been selflessly serving the community in and around Jamshedpur for more than a hundred years. The addition of the Bone Marrow Treatment facility is a testament to the continuous effort to bring in advanced treatment for cancer care. The new facility addresses the complete ecosystem involving the entire ecosystem involving infrastructure, medical resources and research with the objective to offer state-of-the-art treatment to patients.”

R Ravi Prasad said, “With advanced treatment such as Bone Marrow Transplant now available in Jamshedpur, patients from this region will no longer need to travel across the country for such facilities. It is indeed a matter of great satisfaction that a successful transplant has already taken place. I congratulate the entire TMH team on this momentous occasion and wish them all the best in their efforts to alleviate the pain and suffering of cancer patients.”

Bone Marrow Transplant is a therapeutic treatment modality which is a boon for patients of leukemia (blood cancer), lymphomas (malignancies of the lymph nodes) and multiple myeloma (cancer of the bone marrow itself). It is also the only curative therapy for non-malignant disorders like Thalassemia and Sickle cell anemia which are endemic in this part of the country. BMT is a procedure in which the diseased bone marrow is destroyed and replaced by healthy bone marrow or stem cells transplanted from healthy cells of the patient or a matched donor.

Raghubar Das: ‘Mob lynchings not just in Jharkhand should not be made political agenda’.

source – indianexpress.com

Jharkhand Chief Minister Raghubar Das speaks to Abhishek Angad on incidents of lynching and the upcoming state polls. Excerpts:

During our reportage, we found out that the most vulnerable sections of the society are not getting the benefit of central schemes.

All such schemes have been implemented as per the 2011 Census. I am aware of what you have mentioned. I frequently speak to people and it will be addressed. By 2022, nobody will be left homeless, but this will not happen quickly. It will take time.

You have said the government has focused on roads, electricity and water. At Maspera, Sundarpahari, in Godda, ill people are being carried to hospitals on cots because there is no road. Water scarcity has been the biggest problem of the state capital during summer. You once said you will provide 24×7 electricity, that has not happened.

A government needs at least 10 years to complete its work. I am not saying Ram Rajya has come. At Sundarpahari, the local MLA is from JMM. What did they do? On electricity, I was misquoted. I had said electricity will reach every village….it has reached 30 lakh more houses in the last five years — compared to 39 lakh in the last 14 years…It will take time. Regarding water, we have started conservation. There is no scarcity of water, but it has to be managed well…

The government put thrust on Momentum Jharkhand. What is the total investment that came in?

Work worth Rs 72,000 crore is going on in sectors like power, food processing and textiles. In the coming years, Jharkhand will become a textile hub. Garments are being exported to European countries over the past two years. Now footwear will be manufactured in Jharkhand.

But how much is the business it is generating worth?

You think only if it is big business. My focus is on MSMEs because I have to end poverty and MSMEs are the spine of the economy.

Recently, Jharkhand Federation of Chamber of Commerce and Industries put up several hoardings in parts of Ranchi targeted at the state government’s “insensitivity” towards the businesses. They complained they were facing issues in starting businesses and much- touted single window clearance was not implemented.

I have not been monitoring it since last six months, but in every district a nodal officer has been appointed for this purpose. There may be one or two stray incidents and I am not rejecting the claim entirely.

You have created land banks where the government acquired uncultivated and common land to attract investment. Many have criticised this and said the tribals or villagers were not spoken to.

These are people who are anti-development and do not want growth of the poor. When I conduct choupals, I ask people did the government take the land? The answer is in negative. It is the government’s land. So, land mafia and anti-development people are having a stomach ache. People who took away land are now talking about land rights now. Look at the violation of Chotanagpur Tenancy Act and Santhal Pargana Tenancy Act by the Soren family.

You have initiated an inquiry against them…

Soren family are residents of Gola. How come they have properties in Dumka, Pakur which are clear violation of SPT Act? They also have properties in Ranchi.

So what is happening in the case…

A showcause notice has been issued to them after we received complaint.

Mob violence has become a nuisance in Jharkhand. Recently, a Christian tribal in Khunti and Tabrez Ansari in Saraikela, who was made to chant Jai Shri Ram, died. In the last three years, 21 deaths happened due to child-lifting rumours and on the suspicion of cow slaughter or beef possession. Also, more than 90 people have died after being suspected of witch-hunting. Why is this happening?

Mob lynchings are not just happening in Jharkhand. Is it not happening in Delhi, Bihar or Congress-ruled states? First of all, this is wrong . Nobody has the right to take law in their hands. As for the 20-21 deaths, the dead were deranged people who were lynched on the suspicion that they were thieves. If you leave one or two incidents, maximum people who died were deranged. I am keeping a tab and have directed police and the administration to handle it effectively, but it should not be made a political agenda.

What about incidents where mob violence is driven by religious polarisation, such as the Tabrez Ansari case.

This should not happen and this is wrong. People should not see Hindus and Muslims in cases of lynching. This is being done by parties indulging in vote bank politics. If a Muslim dies, it becomes an issue…AAP came from Delhi to Saraikela to give Rs 5 lakh (in the Ansari case), how many other lynching victims’ families have they reached out to? They are not pained by the lynching, they have to play vote bank politics. This is wrong.

What directions have been given?

Police are meeting a lot of people in the villages to make them aware. But social media is a problem. Something happens somewhere and people want to spoil the environment

But the witchcraft killings…

This is mostly specific to Gumla, Khunti and Lohardaga areas. People need to be more aware. We have made a law, but the tribals in the villages are still uneducated and uninformed. The society needs to sort this issue and take responsibility. The government makes announcements in various villages against the practices. The civil society should also come forward.

Regarding implementation of MGNREGA, some people told us that getting money for work done takes time. Some people don’t opt for it. Recently, in Chanho block, a person allegedly committed suicide because he incurred debts after he got a well constructed under NREGA and did not receive money. The state’s liability under NREGA’s components is high.

There is corruption at the lower levels and we are trying to make it more transparent. There is corruption at the block level and in times to come we will it make it corruption-free. There has been a lot of improvement. Yes, liability it there, and I have asked to create a special fund for the payments under NREGA because the fund comes from the Centre. So that we don’t have to wait for the central fund and we clear the payments and later adjust it. Why should a poor person wait?

But the PESA Act has not been implemented in the state?

Any development work conducted in the state is done after talking to the Gram Sabha. How can one say it is not being implemented?

During the Pathalgadi agitation, a lot of people were arrested and sedition cases were invoked. The same was done against a few activists who supported Pathalgadi on social media? Recently, Arjun Munda said in an interview that the state government should review this?

Whatever has happened is under the law and I dont want to comment. But yes, no innocent should be implicated. There are different views, but I don’t interfere.

In Jamshedpur and Saraikela, a lot of labourers were laid off during a recent slowdown in automobile sector. What is the status now and has the state government done anything?

Measures were taken by the Central government and things will normalise soon.

Migration has been an issue in Jharkhand?

It is no longer the case. The situation is reversing after we set up various companies. People are getting jobs here.

The Aadhaar-based biometric authentication in PDS led to exclusion of many beneficiaries.

Now everyone has Aadhaar. We have also given directions that ration be given even if there is no biometric authentication.

What is your stand on NRC?

People who are Bangladeshis have to go. We will implement NRC.

What is your understanding of the political climate in Jharkhand after the results in Maharashtra and Haryana where the BJP could not achieve its target?

One cannot compare one state with the other. These states do not have 26 per cent tribals. We will aim high. We will definitely win 65 plus seats in the Assembly polls.

A strong opposition is important for democracy. What would you say about the opposition in Jharkhand?

A critic is very important so that gaps in governance is known. But I am sad that here the opposition is very weak. There is infighting in the Congress. Within JMM, brothers were fighting. In RJD, there was a split. The opposition should work hard, but it is sad that the opposition does not want any Raajhit. They want Swahit. The people have started understanding that and they will be shown the doors.

UPSC CDS Exam 2020: Check examination scheme and other information here.

Source – indiatoday.in

PSC CDS Exam 2020: Attention candidates, the Union Public Service Commission (UPSC) has released the Combined Defence Services Examination (I) 2020 official notification today, October 30. The notification was published on the official website of UPSC i.e. upsc.gov.in. Candidates can visit the website to check the notification. As per the UPSC exam calendar, the UPSC CDS Exam 2020 is scheduled to be held on February 2, 2020.

UPSC CDS Exam 2020: Registration details

  • The UPSC CDS (I) Exam 2020 registration process will conclude on November 19.
  • Vacancy details: UPSC CDS Exam 2020
  • Total posts: 418

UPSC CDS Exam 2020: Examination scheme

As per the notification, the competitive examination comprises:

  • Written examination: Candidates who successfully fill the application will be called for written exam
  • Interview for intelligence and personality of such candidates as may be called for interview at one of the services selection centres.

UPSC CDS Exam 2020: How to apply

Candidates are required to apply online using the link www.upsconline.nic.in.

UPSC CDS Exam 2020: Application fee

All the candidates (excepting Female/SC/ST candidates who are exempted from payment of fee) are required to pay a fee of Rs 200 either by depositing the money in any Branch of SBI by cash, or by using net banking facility of SBI, State Bank of Bikaner and Jaipur/State Bank of Hyderabad/State Bank of Mysore/State Bank of Patiala/State Bank of Travancore or by using Visa/Master Credit/Debit Card.

UPSC CDS Exam 2020: Educational qualification required

  • IMA and Officers’ Training Academy: Degree of a recognised university or equivalent.
  • Indian Naval Academy: Degree in engineering from a recognised university/institution.
  • Air Force Academy: Degree of a recognised university (with Physics and Mathematics at 10+2 level) or bachelor of engineering.

Note: Graduates with first choice as Army/Navy/Air Force are to submit proof of graduation provisional certificates on the date of commencement of the SSB interview.

About UPSC:

The Union Public Service Commission (UPSC) is an organisation that works under the central government to recruit staff for various posts in the various ministries and departments, and in subordinate offices.
The commission also conducts examinations for the recruitment in various departments of the state.

Doctor Part of Inspection Team in Patna Now Patient of Dengue, Chikungunya.

Source – news18.com

An entomologist from the Ministry of Health and Family Welfare, New Delhi, who was visiting Patna to inspect the houses breeding dengue spreading mosquito Aedes aegypti larvae, has been tested positive for dengue.

Dr Ram Singh, joint director of the National Centre for Disease Control (NCDC), and head of the Centre for Medical Entomology and Vector Management, New Delhi, was sent to Patna on October 3, Hindustan Times reported. However, he was rushed to sickbay after he was tested positive for dengue and chikungunya on Saturday.

Dr Ram Singh is one of the members of the central team dispatched by Union Minister of State for Health Ashwini Kumar Choubey, to help prevent the spread of mosquito-borne diseases in Patna and other parts of Bihar that witnessed rains between September 27 and 29.

Singh, who is suffering from high-grade fever and excruciating pain in joint, could not return to the national capital with the rest of the members of the team on Saturday. A fortnight-long operation by the Central team in Bihar came to an end this weekend.

Dengue, chikungunya and other mosquito-borne diseases including malaria, zika virus, and Yellow fever spread during monsoon and post-monsoon seasons. These mosquitoes breed in fresh stagnant water.

Initial symptoms of dengue include high fever and severe headache which is usually accompanied by fatigue, rashes, vomiting, soaring of eyes, joint and muscles pain among others.

Singh said he has been shivering with high fever and have pain in my joints since Friday. “I had to return to Delhi yesterday (Saturday) but am still here under the care of Dr Krishna Pandey of the Rajendra Memorial Research Institute of Medical Sciences (RMRIMS) after my blood serum test tested positive for Dengue and Chikungunya,” he added.

During the inspection, Dr Singh had visited a number of waterlogged houses to check for larvae of dengue spreading mosquitoes. He was accompanied by microbiologists and entomologists who collected the samples of water from piped sources and tanks to check for the presence of microbes and those in buckets, planters, toys, pools, birdbaths, flowerpots, or trash containers, to check vector density of Dengue.

Health camps were also set up by the Central team and blood samples of patients with fever and other dengue-like symptoms were collected. The Central team concluded its operation on October 18 after consultation with the state government.

The Central team included doctors from the All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS), New Delhi; Ram Manohar Lohia Hospital, New Delhi; Safdarjung Hospital, New Delhi; the National Institute of Malaria Research, New Delhi; Regional Malaria Research Centre, Bhubaneswar, directorate of National Vector Borne Disease Control Programme (NVBDCP), New Delhi; the NCDC, New Delhi; AIIMS-Patna and the Rajendra Memorial Research Institute of Medical Sciences (RMRIMS), Patna.

Earlier, two BJP lawmakers of Bihar — Nitin Navin and Sanjiv Chaurasia — both residing in Patna, were tested positive for dengue.

So far this year, 2,538 people from Bihar have tested positive for dengue of which 1,916 are from the state capital Patna.

On the other hand, 293 patients were tested positive for Chikungunya, of which 268 were from Patna.

Dengue has claimed lives of at least five people in Patna since October 15, but the state government has so far not attributed any of these deaths to the mosquito-borne disease.

JPSC Recruitment 2019: Apply Online for Assistant Engineer (Electrical) Posts on jpsc.gov.in, Steps How to Apply Check here.

Source – pagalguy.com

Jharkhand Public Service Commission (JPSC) has announced job notification for the post of Assistant Engineer (Electrical). Jharkhand Public Service Commission is accepting online applications from the eligible candidates.

Interested and eligible candidates should note that the application process for the recruitment is carried out in online mode. Interested and eligible candidates can apply online by visiting the official website of the Jharkhand Public Service Commission. The online application process for recruitment has started on October 24, 2019. The last date to apply online for recruitment is on November 15, 2019.

The selection process of the recruitment comprises of two tests, i.e., written and personality. The candidates qualifying the written test will be called for the personality test. The written test comprises of two sections, i.e., I and II. The section I comprises of multiple-choice questions and section II comprises of conventional papers in the concerned subjects. The total weight for the personality test will be 200 marks.

The application fee for the recruitment is Rs 600 for the Unreserved Extremely Backward Class (Schedule-I) and Backward Class (Schedule II) and Rs 150 for the SC/ ST category candidates.

JPSC Recruitment 2019: Eligibility Criteria

Interested candidates should meet the required criteria to be eligible for the recruitment process. The eligibility criteria for the post of Assistant Engineer (Electrical) under the  Jharkhand Public Service Commission recruitment 2019 are mentioned below. Candidates can download the official job notification for more detailed information about the same.

Age Limit

  • Candidate should be at least 21 years of age to be eligible.
  • The maximum age limit for recruitment is 35 years (reservation age relaxation mentioned in the notification).

Educational Qualification

  • Candidate should have qualified B.E/ BTech in Electrical Engineering from a recognized University/ Institution.
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1Online application process startsOctober 24, 2019
2Online application endsNovember 15, 2019

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JPSC Recruitment 2019: How to apply

Interested and eligible candidates can apply online for recruitment by visiting the official website of the Jharkhand Public Service Commission before November 15, 2019. The stepwise instructions for the same are mentioned below to make sure the candidates submit the online applications without any errors.

Step 1: Visit the official website of the Jharkhand Public Service Commission: jpsc.gov.in

Step 2: On the homepage, click on the scrolling link ‘Click here for online application form of Assistant Engineer (Electrical) recruitment 2019.’

Step 3: You will be redirected to a new webpage with an information bulletin and how to apply information

Step 4: Read the important information carefully, then click on the link ‘Click here for New Registration’ and register by providing the required details

Step 5: Once registered, log in using the ID and password

Step 6: Fill the online application form and submit, one submitted a provisional registration number will be sent via SMS/ Email

Step 7: After submitting the required information, upload the scanned copies of the passport size photograph and signature in the given space

Step 8: Once you have uploaded the required images, you need to pay the application fee after one working day through the preferred mode

Step 9: Once payment is successful, a registration slip will be displayed on the screen, download and take a printout for further use

UPSC Recruitment 2019: Apply online for these posts before November 14, check vacancy details here.

Source – indiatoday.in

PSC Recruitment 2019: Union Public Service Commission (UPSC) is out with the new recruitment posts of Company Prosecutor, Specialist and other posts.

Interested candidates can apply to the posts through the prescribed format on or before 14 November 2019.

UPSC Recruitment 2019: Important dates

  • Last date for submission of online application: November 14, 2019
  • Last date for printing of completely submitting online application: November 15, 2019

UPSC Recruitment 2019: Vacancy details

Check vacancy details here for UPSC jobs 2019:

  • Company Prosecutor: 11 posts
  • Prosecutor: 01 post
  • Junior Scientific Officer (Toxicology): 02 posts
  • Director (Staff Training/Productivity): 01 posts
  • Specialist Grade III (Dermatology): 07 posts
  • Specialist Grade III (Obstetrics & Gynaecology): 09 posts
  • Specialist Grade III (Ophthalmology): 02 posts
  • Specialist Grade III (Orthopaedics): 09 posts
  • Specialist Grade III (Paediatrics): 18 posts
  • Specialist Grade III (Psychiatrics): 07 posts

UPSC Recruitment 2019: How to apply

Interested candidates can apply to the posts through the prescribed format on or before November 14, 2019.

UPSC Recruitment 2019: Eligibility criteria

Company Prosecutor: Degree in Law from a recognized University/Institution. Knowledge of Commercial Law. Experience of conducting Company Law cases. Government diploma in Company Secretaries.

Prosecutor: Graduate in any discipline plus bachelor’s degree in Law from a recognized University or Institute OR Integrated graduate in Law (Five years duration) from a recognized University or Institute.

Junior Scientific Officer (Toxicology): PG Degree with Master’s in Chemistry/Biochemistry/Pharmacology/Pharmacy/Forensic Science with Chemistry as one of the subjects at Bachelor of Science level from a recognized university or equivalent*.

Director (Staff Training/Productivity): (i) Degree in Mechanical/Electrical/Chemical/Production/Industrial Engineering of a recognized University or equivalent OR (ii) Degree in Mechanical or Electrical or Chemical or Production or Industrial Engineering followed by Post-graduate Diploma in Production Engineering or Industrial Engineering of a recognized institute/University.ADVERTISEMENT

Specialist Grade III (Dermatology): Post-Graduate Degree/Diploma in the concerned specialty mentioned in Section A or Section B in Schedule VI or equivalent i.e. M.D. (Dermatology)/ M.D. (Dermatology & Venereology)/M.D. in Medicine with Diploma in Dermatology/ Diploma in Dermatology.

Specialist Grade III (Obstetrics and Gynaecology): Post-Graduate Degree/Diploma in the concerned specialty mentioned in Section A or Section B in Schedule VI or equivalent i.e. M. D. (Obstetrics & Gynaecology)/M.S. (Obstetrics & Gynaecology)/Diploma in Gynaecology and Obstetrics.

Specialist Grade III (Ophthalmology): Post-Graduate Degree/Diploma in the concerned specialty mentioned in Section A or Section B in Schedule VI or equivalent i.e. M.D. (Ophthalmology)/ M.S. (Ophthalmology)/ Diploma in Ophthalmology/ Diploma in Ophthalmic Medicine and Surgery.

Specialist Grade III (Orthopaedics): Post-Graduate Degree/Diploma in the concerned speciality mentioned in Section A or Section B in Schedule VI or equivalent i.e. M.S. (Orthopaedics)/ Diploma in Orthopaedics.

Specialist Grade III (Paediatrics): Post-Graduate Degree/Diploma in the concerned specialty mentioned in Section A or Section B in Schedule VI or equivalent i.e. M. D. (Paediatrics)/ Diploma Paediatrics, Diploma in Child Health/Diploma Paediatrics, Diploma in Child Health.

Specialist Grade III (Psychiatrics): Post-Graduate Degree/Diploma in the concerned specialty mentioned in Section A or Section B in Schedule VI or equivalent i.e. MD (Psychiatry)/ M.D. (Psychological one year course) Medicine/MD in Medicine with Diploma in Psychological Medicine/Diploma in Psychiatry (Edin) of two years course/Diploma in Psychiatry (Mc. Gill) University/ Montreal, Canada of two years course/Diploma in Psychological Medicine.

UPSC Recruitment 2019: Age limit

  • Company Prosecutor: maximum 30 years
  • Prosecutor: maximum 30 years
  • Junior Scientific Officer (Toxicology): maximum 30 years
  • Director (Staff Training/Productivity): maximum 50 years
  • Specialist Grade III (Dermatology): maximum 45 years
  • Specialist Grade III (Obstetrics and Gynaecology): maximum 45 years
  • Specialist Grade III (Ophthalmology): maximum 50 years
  • Specialist Grade III (Orthopaedics): maximum 45 years
  • Specialist Grade III (Paediatrics): maximum 45 years
  • Specialist Grade III (Psychiatrics): maximum 45 years

UPSC CDS 2020 Notification for 418 Posts Released @upsc.gov.in: Check CDS 1 Online Application Link, Exam Date & Details.

Source – jagranjosh.com

UPSC CDS 2020 Notification:  Union Public Service Commission (UPSC) has released the notification for Combined Defence Services Examination (I) 2020. Eligible and interested candidates can apply online for UPSC CDS 1 from 30 October 2019. The last date for submitting UPSC CDS Online Application is available 19 November 2019.

Candidates are required to apply online by using the website www.upsconline.nic.in. UPSC CDS 1 Online Application Link is also given below.

UPSC CDS 1 Exam will be held on 02 February 2020 (Sunday).  Selected candidates will get admission to the 150th (DE) course at Indian Military Academy (IMA) Dehradun, Indian Naval Academy (INA) Ezhimala course, Air Force Academy (AFA) Hyderabad training course, 113th SSC Men NT in Officers Training Academy (OTA) Chennai, and 27th SSC Women NT in Officers Training Academy Chennai. The final selection will be made in order of merit subject to medical fitness and suitability in all other respects and number of vacancies available.Job Summary

NotificationUPSC CDS 2020 Notification to Release Tomorrow @upsc.gov.in: Check CDS 1 Exam Date, Eligibility and Updates
Last Date of SubmissionNov 19, 2019
Official URLupsc.gov.in
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StateDelhi
CountryIndia

Candidates seeking to apply for IMA, OTA courses should have graduation in any stream while for INA graduation in engineering is required. For AFA, candidates should be a graduate and studied physics and maths in 12th standard or possesses B.E/B.Tech.

Candidates can check more details such as vacancy, age limit, application procedure based on previous year notification by scrolling down:

Important Dates for UPSC CDS 1 Exam 2020

  • Opening Date of Application: 30 October 2019
  • Last Date of Online Application: 19 November 2019 till 06:00 PM
  • The online Applications can be withdrawn from – 26 November to 03 December 2019 till 6.00  PM.
  • Date of Examination: 02 February 2020

UPSC CDS 1 Exam 2020 Vacancy Details:

  • Indian Military Academy, Dehradun 150th (DE) Course commencing in January, 2021 — 100 (including 13 vacancies reserved for NCC `C’ Certificate (Army Wing) holders)
  • Indian Naval Academy, Ezhimala Course commencing in January, 2021 Executive (General Service)/Hydro — 45 (including 06 vacancies for NCC ‘C’ Certificate (Naval Wing through NCC Special entry holders)
  • Air Force Academy, Hyderabad—(Pre-Flying) Training Course commencing in January, 2021 i.e. No. 209 F(P) Course – 32 (03 vacancies are reserved for NCC `C’ Certificate (Air Wing) holders through NCC Spl. Entry)
  • Officers’ Training Academy, Chennai (Madras)— 113th SSC (Men) Course (NT) commencing in April, 2021 – 225 [(i) 170 vacs for SSC (Men) (NT) UPSC, (ii) 05 vacs for JAG (Men) (NT) April, 2021 Non UPSC and (iii) 50 vacs for NCC Special entry Non UPSC]
  • Officers Training Academy, Chennai—27th SSC Women (Non-Technical) Course commencing in April, 2021 – 16

UPSC CDS 1 Exam 2020 Eligibility Criteria

Educational/Technical Qualification & Experience:

  • For I.M.A. and Officers’ Training Academy – Degree from a recognised University or equivalent.
  • For Indian Naval Academy – Degree in Engineering from a recognised University/Institution.
  • For Air Force Academy – Degree of a recognised University (with Physics and Mathematics at 10+2 level) or Bachelor of Engineering.

Age Limit:

  • For  IMA—Unmarried  male  candidates  born  not  earlier  than  2nd  January,  1997  and not later than 1st January, 2002 only are eligible.
  • For Indian Naval Academy—Unmarried male candidates born not earlier than 2nd January, 1997 and not later than 1st January, 2002 only are eligible.
  • For Air Force Academy— 20 to 24 years as on 1st January, 2021 i.e. born not earlier than 2nd January, 1997 and not  later  than  1st  January,  2001
  • For  Officers’  Training  Academy— (SSC  Course  for  men)  unmarried  male  candidates born not earlier than 2nd January, 1996 and not later than 1st January, 2002 only are eligible.
  • For   Officers’   Training   Academy—(SSC   Women   Non-Technical   Course)   Unmarried   women,   issueless   widows   who   have   not   remarried   and   issueless   divorcees (in possession of divorce documents) who have not remarried are eligible. They should have been born not earlier than 2nd January, 1996 and not later than 1stJanuary, 2002.

UPSC CDS 1 Exam 2020 Selection Process

The selection process will be done on the basis of:

  • Written Examination – Candidates who successfully fill the application will be called for written exam.
  • Intelligence and Personality Test – Candidates are shortlisted on the basis of their performance in the written examination will called for the intelligence  and personality test  at  the  Service  Selection Board.

How to Apply for UPSC CDS 1 Exam 2020

Candidates can apply for UPSC CDS 1 Exam 2020 can apply hrough the official site of UPSC at upsc.gov.in till 19 November 2019.

Application Fee:

Rs. 200/- (No Fee for Female/SC/ST candidates )

UPSC CDS 1 2020 Notification PDF – https://testchampion.jagranjosh.com/free-pdf-page?file=upsc-cds-1-notice.pdf

UPSC CDS 1 Application Form – https://upsconline.nic.in/guideline.php?exam_code=CDSI&year=2020&notice_no=03/2020-CDS-I&notice_date=30-10-2019

BPSC 65th PT Exam 2019: Answer key released, check direct link here.

Source – indiatoday.in

he Bihar Public Service Commission (BPSC) has released the provisional answer key for 65th combined (Preliminary) examination on the official website. Candidates who have appeared in the examination can now check the answer key online at the official website, bpsc.bih.nic.in.

BPSC preliminary examination was conducted on October 15, 2019 at 718 exam centers across 35 districts. As per the officials, about 4 lakh candidates had registered for the preliminary exam.

BPSC 65th PT Exam 2019: Direct link

( http://www.bpsc.bih.nic.in/Advt/65CCE-(Pre)-Answer-Key-GS-For-Invitation-of-Objection.pdf ) is the direct link to check the provisional answer key for BPSC 65th combined prelims examination.

BPSC 65th PT Exam 2019: How to check the answer key

Step 1: Visit the official website,

Step 2: On the home page, click on the link that reads, ‘Answer Key: General Studies: Booklet Series A, B, C, D’

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Fugitive’s Jail Road stroll stuns Ranchi.

Source – telegraphindia.com

A chance encounter of The Telegraph photographer Manob Chowdhary with fugitive Birsa Munda jail undertrial Ashish Ghosh on Tuesday evoked strong reactions from residents of the state capital, especially on the role of the police in the whole case.

This paper reported Ghosh’s account, caught on tape by Chowdhary, including sensational claims of his being framed for the August 2018 double murder of a woman and a boy that he said he did not commit, severe beatings and sodomy he alleged by policemen at Bariatu police station leading to his shoulder dislocation and anal bleeding, and finally, his escape from RIMS on October 18 this year, which he said he managed by bribing a policeman Rs 5,000.

Though the police on Tuesday denied all of Ghosh’s allegations, treasurer of People’s Union of Civil Liberties Anand Kumar Singh, however, said that the man’s allegations of torture warranted a judicial inquiry. “The statement of undertrial prisoner Ashish Ghosh puts a big question mark on the working style of the police. Third-degree torture after arrest is a violation of guidelines given by Supreme Court judge D.K. Basu. A judicial inquiry should be done in the matter,” Singh said.

Pointing out how easily Ghosh fled RIMS under judicial custody, Jharkhand High Court advocate Rajeev Kumar, who has filed hundreds of PILs on various issues, said he was aghast at how the state’s biggest government hospital, had become a sub-jail of sorts.

“There is some nexus between the police, jail administration and RIMS,” he said. “This nexus decides how to use RIMS for the benefit of high-profile or sensitive prisoners,” he added, pointing out the “prolonged treatment of Lalu Yadav” and “the easy way this man fled and became a fugitive on city roads”.

Former president of the Federation of Jharkhand Chambers of Commerce and Industries and social activist Vikas Singh, supporting advocate Kumar, said the way a fugitive was found roaming in the capital without being caught, suggested something was fishy. “It requires a thorough probe,” Singh said.

Rajan Kumar Singh, an alumnus of Tata Institute of Social Sciences, who has joined the Aam Aadmi Party as its state secretary, called for a CBI probe in the case.

“Unfortunately, the Raghubar Das government has reduced law and order to jungle raj. In several cases, the role of police has been suspicious. Jharkhand police is on the verge of losing its credibility. The CBI should probe the case,” Rajan said.

Sadar DSP Deepak Pandey admitted their failure to nab Ghosh on Wednesday, a day after Chowdhary had spotted him by chance on East Jail Road. “CCTV cameras installed on roads have so far not given any clue. However, we are on the job. Raids are being conducted at various locations of the city to nab Ghosh, including near his Bariatu residence,” the DSP said.

Officer-in-charge of Bariatu police station Sanjeev Kumar could not be contacted for his comments despite repeated calls to his cellphone from this paper.