UPSC CMS Score 2019 Announced, Check Details Marks Here.

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UPSC CMS Score 2019 Download: Union Public Service Commission (UPSC) has announced the Combined Medical Services Examination 2019 score card on its official website. All recommended candidates who have been selected finally in the Combined Medical Services Examination 2019 can check their score of written and other marks on the official website of UPSC –

It is to be noted that the Union Public Service Commission has declared the final result for the Combined Medical Services Examination 2019 on 21 December 2019. According to the result, a total of 798 candidates have been recommended against the total of 919 reported vacancies under UPSC Combined Medical Services Examination 2019. 

The Computer Based Examination (Part – I) of the Combined Medical Services Examination, 2019 was conducted on 21st July, 2019 by the UPSC. The qualified candidates were participated in the Personality Test (Part – II) which was conducted by the commission from October to December, 2019. 

All the 798 candidates who have finally qualified the examination can check their marks obtained in the various phased of the examination. The selected candidates will be posted in the services/posts in the (i) Assistant Divisional Medical Officer in the Railways; (ii) Assistant Medical Officer in Indian Ordnance Factories Health Service; (iii) Junior Scale Posts in Central Health Service; (iv) General Duty Medical Officer in New Delhi Municipal Council; and (v) General Duty Medical Officer Gr-II in East Delhi Municipal Corporation, North Delhi Municipal Corporation and South Delhi Municipal Corporation.  

 UPSC CMS Score 2019 Download Process
Visit the official website i.e.
Go to the what’s New section available on the home page. 
Click on the link Combined Medical Services Examination, 2019 >> Marks of Recommended Candidates given on the Home Page.
Candidates can get the PDF of the desired score card appeared on the new window. 
You can take Print Out of your score card and save a copy for future reference.

Candidates are advised to check the official website of Union Public Service Commission (UPSC) for latest updates regarding the Combined Medical Services Examination 2019.  Candidates can check also the for further latest update regarding the various Government jobs Notification/Exam Dates/Schedule /Admit Card/Result Latest Updates on its website. 

IBPS SO Prelims Result 2019 Declared on

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IBPS has announced the IBPS Specialist Officer, SO Prelims 2019 Result. The result status for the candidates who have appeared in the preliminary examination would be available on from late evening today. Kindly note, only the result status would be updated at present. The marks/ scores would be released as a later date. IBPS SO Mains 2019 Admit Card for those who qualify would be released in a couple of days. Link to check the result would be provided once activated. 

Institute of Banking Personnel Selection will declare IBPS SO Prelims Result 2019 soon. As per sources, the result will be released in a day or two. Candidates can check their result on the official site of IBPS at The preliminary examination for IBPS SO 2019 was conducted on December 28 and December 29, 2019, at various centers across the nation.

Candidates who will qualify the preliminary examination will have to appear for the main examination. The preliminary examination comprised of 150 questions and the maximum marks are 125. The medium of the exam is English and Hindi and the duration of examination is 40 minutes. To check the preliminary exam result, candidates can follow these simple steps given below.

IBPS SO Prelims Result 2019: How to check 

  • Visit the official site of IBPS at
  • Click on IBPS SO Prelims Result 2019 link available on the home page.
  • Enter the login credentials and your result will be displayed on the screen.
  • Check the result and download it.
  • Keep a hard copy of the same for further need.

There will be a penalty for wrong answers marked in the Objective Tests. For each question for which a wrong answer has been given by the candidate one fourth or 0.25 of the marks assigned to that question will be deducted as penalty to arrive at corrected score.

The main examination will be conducted on January 25, 2020, at various centers across the country. The professional knowledge test for Law Officer, IT Officer, Agriculture Field Officer, HR/Personnel Officer, and Marketing Officer will comprise of 60 questions for 60 marks. For more related details candidates can visit the official site of IBPS.

IBPS Clerk Mains Admit Card 2019 released: See how to download.

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IBPS Clerk Mains Admit Card 2019 has been released today. Candidates who are registered to appear for the IBPS mains written examination will have to download the admit card through the official site of IBPS at

The IBPS Clerk Mains 2019 examination will be held on January 19, 2020, across the country. IBPS Clerk 2019-20 recruitment drive will fill up 12075 clerical posts in various public sector banks.

The registration process for IBPS Clerk exam 2019 was started on September 17 and ended on October 9, 2019. Candidates who want to check for more related details can visit the official site of IBPS.

IBPS Clerk Mains 2019: Exam pattern

The main examination will consist of 200 marks for 190 questions. The subjects included in the mains examination are General/ Financial Awareness, General English, Reasoning Ability and Computer Aptitude and Quantitative Aptitude. Candidates can download the admit card by following these simple steps given below.

IBPS Clerk Mains Admit Card 2019: How to download

Step 1: Visit the official site of IBPS at

Step 2: Click on IBPS Clerk Mains Admit Card 2019 link available on the home page.

Step 3: A new page will open where candidates will have to enter the login credentials.

Step 4: Your admit card will be displayed on the screen.

Step 5: Check admit card and download it.

Step 6: Keep a hard copy of the same for further need.

Jharkhand school sets example on cleanliness.

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Jharkhand, Jan 7 (IANS) A school in Jharkhand”s Palamu district has been chosen by the Niti Aayog for undertaking best practices in clean water sanitation and inclusive infrastructure.

The Dulsulma Middle School in the Palamu district has set an example of cleanliness and overall development before the country, even as many schools in the state are deprived of basic facilities.

Niti Aayog on Twitter shared the pictures of this school and appreciated their efforts made for cleanliness, health and overall development in the school.

In the tweet, the Aayog said: “Clean as well as healthy…..The method adopted by this school is very good and like a mass movement for the advanced future of the district.”

The Aayog has appreciated the way the school has made efforts to reach out to all sections of the students. The Hindi – English alphabet is colourfully depicted on the walls of the classroom so that the little children learn it the fun way. The school has special arrangements for the disabled students too, keeping in view of their seating and toilet needs.

The school also has maintained clean tap-water, library and regular electricity, besides focus on maintaining green cover on the premises.

The credit for this rejuvenation of the school goes to Anita Bhengra, the headmistress of the school.

Bhengra, who has served for nearly 15 years in the school, has vowed to develop this school on the lines of a private school. She has made health and cleanliness the priority.

Though, over the years, the number of teachers in the school has declined, but this has not affected her spirit. “Colleagues like Anil Kumar Gupta retired, Arpan Kumar Gupta was sent to another school and then the Principle Mrityunjay Pathak was transferred. But, a team of students was prepared and they have kept the work on,” said Bhengra.

She said that English was introduced in the school, and activities involving the students like group songs, solo songs, painting, etc. were added. “With the help of the senior students, we started teaching smaller students as only two employed teachers and one assistant teacher were left in the school.”

The school gained prominence when a senior teacher, Arpan Kumar Gupta, who has now retired, uploaded the pictures of some innovations and experiments being done in the school on social media.

The efforts for clean and good education has been appreciated by the Palamu district administration also.

Deputy Commissioner of Palamu, Shantanu Kumar Agarhari told IANS: “District administration would honour Anita Bhengra by giving her a citation. Hope other schools too would learn from this school and do the same.”

Rabindra Nath Mahato elected as Jharkhand Assembly Speaker.

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RANCHI: Jharkhand Mukti Morcha (JMM) MLA Rabindra Nath Mahato was on Tuesday unanimously elected as the Speaker of the Jharkhand Assembly.

Chief Minister Hemant Soren proposed Mahato’s name for the post which was seconded by JMM MLA Champai Soren during the second of the three-day session of the Assembly.

Born on January 12, 1960, Mahato was first elected in 2005 from Nala seat but lost the subsequent elections before winning it again in the 2014 and 2019 polls.

All the newly-elected MLAs in the 81-member House were administered oath by pro-term Speaker Stephen Marandi on Monday.

The JMM-Congress-RJD alliance won 47 seats while the BJP could bag only 25 seats in the Assembly elections which were held in five phases from November 30 to December 20 last year.

The results were declared on December 23 last year.

College student abducted, gang-raped in Patna: Police

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A 19-year-old college student was allegedly abducted on gun-point and gang-raped by four persons in Patna late on Monday night, police officials said. Two of the accused have been arrested, officials said.

Police said that the four men abducted the woman in their car at the Boring Road intersection in the state capital on Monday evening. The woman filed a case, naming the four accused, on Tuesday.

“The woman was forced to get inside a vehicle on gun point by the accused when she came out of a restaurant at around 6.30 pm (on Monday) under SK Puri police station limits. She alleged that they took her to a vacant flat at an unknown place and repeatedly raped her there,” the FIR states.

Two of the accused, the woman alleged, threatened her of dire consequences if she reported the crime to the police. Then, she said, the accused took her to the car again, thrashed her and pushed her out of the vehicle near a mall under Patliputra police station area.

The woman filed the case with the Patna’s Women police station on Tuesday.

“Two of the accused have been arrested by police,” said Patna superintendent of police Upendra Sharma. “The spot of the incident has been sealed and a team of forensics experts has collected evidences,” he said.

Police officials said one of the accused was trying to force the woman into a relationship and was stalking her. The station house officer of the women’s police station Arti Jaiswal said that preliminary investigation suggested the woman knew the accused. A case was registered under Sections 376 D (gang-rape), 323 (Punishment for voluntarily causing hurt) of the Indian Penal Code (IPC) and the Arms Act, Jaiswal said.

A medical examination of the woman has been conducted and the report is awaited.

“The woman’s statement will be recorded under Section 164 of CrPC before a judicial magistrate on Wednesday and another medical test will be performed at the PMCH,” said the SHO.

SSP Patna said they were scanning the CCTV footage around the Boring Road intersections and the Patliputra area, which, he said, was the likely route the accused took after abducting her.

This is the second gang-rape incident in the state capital within a month. On December 13 last, a Patna University student was allegedly gang-raped by four men. Two of the accused, including a friend of the woman, surrendered in the court while two others were arrested from separate places.

70 Officers May Face Action For Lapses In Running Bihar Shelter Homes.

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Patna: Twenty-five Indian Administrative Service (IAS) officers are among over 70 officials in Bihar who could face action for lapses in managing shelter homes in the state that was shook by sexual exploitation of over 40 girls at such facilities in 2018.

The lapses tumbled out one after another during a probe by the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) as it dug deep into the case for one-and-a-half years, officials said. The CBI has asked the Bihar government to act against the officials and has also informed the Supreme Court, officials said.

The CBI in an affidavit to the Supreme Court said it has completed investigation into all the 17 cases liked to the Muzaffarpur shelter home rape cases.

Young girls were forced to dance to vulgar songs, sedated and raped at a government-run shelter in Bihar’s Muzaffarpur in a massive sex scandal with links to influential politicians and bureaucrats. A human skeleton – believed to be the remains of one of the victims – was found in October 2018 at a cremation ground in the district’s Sikandarpur area.

More grisly details are found in the chargesheet filed by the CBI against the main accused, the politically well-connected Brajesh Thakur, who operated the shelter for several years.

“We have got the report. We will take action under the law. The Nitish Kumar government does not falsely implicate or free anyone,” Bihar Social Welfare Minister Krishnanandan Verma told NDTV.

Nivedita Jha, the petitioner in the case, said the findings of the CBI so far are “prima facie”. “It is said the criminal act part of the case is yet to be proved. I feel they need to investigate this care more thoroughly,” Ms Jha told NDTV.

The state government, however, is yet to decide on what kind of action it should take against the 25 IAS and 45 state civil service officers. Sources said in most of the cases, the officers could be let off with a warning or one or two increments in their salaries could be blocked.

Amit Shah, Yogi Adityanath To Launch Pro-Citizenship Law Drive In Bihar.

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Patna: The BJP is set to raise the pitch in Bihar in support of the Citizenship (Amendment) Act, with two of its top leaders flying down to the state to address public meetings and raise awareness about the contentious legislation, a senior party official said on Monday.

Union Home Minister and party chief Amit Shah is scheduled to address people in Vaishali district on January 16, two days after Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath holds a public meeting in Gaya, state BJP vice-president Devesh Kumar told PTI.

A massive door-to-door campaign is currently underway in the state, after its launch on Sunday with rallies addressed in Patna by Union minister of state for Home Nityanand Rai and Deputy Chief Minister Sushil Kumar Modi.

Notably, Bihar witnessed massive anti-CAA protests in the recent past, including statewide bandhs called on different days by Left parties and the RJD and its allies.

A demonstration staged by a motley group of student outfits in December had caught the police off guard as the agitators went on the rampage, setting on fire a police outpost and many vehicles at Kargil Chowk, a stone’s throw from the district police chief’s office and the collectorate.

Meanwhile, the state BJP mocked Pavan K Varma, the disgruntled national general secretary of the JD(U), for his open letter in protest against “unilateral announcement” on National Population Register (NPR) exercise by the Deputy Chief Minister.

PM Modi had made the disclosure at a press conference on Saturday and issued a stern warning that “administrative and punitive action” will be taken against officials, found guilty of dereliction of duty.