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UPSC Online Registration is going to end on 28th January 2020 (6:00 PM) at its official website – upsconline.nic.in. Eligible male candidates must apply before 28th January 2020 for the recruitment of 418 vacancies in Indian Armed Forces, i.e., Army, Navy and Air Force. UPSC NDA (1) 2020 Exam will consist of Written Exam and SSB Interview. Below are the Important Dates of UPSC NDA (1) 2020 Exam:
Important Dates for UPSC NDA & NA I 2020 Exam
Dates for submission of online applications
8th Jan to 28th Jan 2020
Last date for Online Payment
28th January 2020 (6:00 PM)
Last date for Offline Payment (Pay by Cash)
27th January 2020 (23:59 Hrs)
Facility to withdraw application form
4th Feb to 11th Feb 2020
UPSC NDA & NA (1) 2020 Written Exam
19th Apr 2020 (SUNDAY)
145th Course for the NDA and 107th Course for the Naval Academy
Commencing from 2nd January 2021
The Online Application Process consists of Part-I and Part-II Registration:
In Part I registration, candidates will have to fill basic information. On submission of details, candidates will be prompted to check the details and make the correction, if any, in the application.
Part-II Registration consists of filling up Payment details (except for fee exempted candidates), uploading of Photograph, Signature, Photo Identity Card Document and Declaration.
How to Apply?
For your ease, we have listed down step by step process and some relevant information needed while filling the application form. Let’s look at the Application Process for UPSC NDA (1) 2020 Exam:
Step-1:Go to the Official Website of UPSC
The submission of the application will be online only through the official website of UPSC – www.upsconline.nic.in. Click on the link ‘ONLINE APPLICATION FOR VARIOUS EXAMINATIONS OF UPSC’ as highlighted in the image given below:
Step-2: NDA (1) 2020 Part-1 & Part-2 Registration
A new page will open where candidates can begin registration by clicking on the links Part-1 & Part-2 Registration as shown in the image given below:
Step-3: Part-1 Registration
In Part I registration, candidates will have to fill basic information. Fill in your Personal details like Name, Gender, Date of Birth, Father’s Name, Mother’s Name, Nationality, Marital Status, Community, Educational Qualification, Address, Mobile Number and E-mail ID:
Educational Qualifications for National Defence Academy & Naval Academy Examination (I)Qualification CodeQualification01Passed 12th class of 10 plus 2 pattern of school education or an equiv. exam. but not having Physics and Maths together as subjects in class XII.02Passed 12th class of 10 plus 2 pattern of school education or an equiv. exam. with both Physics and Maths among the subjects.03Appeared/Appearing at 12th class of 10 plus 2 pattern of school education or an equiv. exam. but not having Physics and Maths together as subjects in class XII.04Appeared/Appearing at 12th class of 10 plus 2 pattern of school education or an equiv. exam. with both Physics and Maths among the subjects.
Step-4: Generation of Registration Number
Candidate must press “I agree” button after he /she finds that information supplied by him /her is in order and no correction is required. Thereafter no correction/modification shall be allowed. When “I agree” button is pressed, a page with Registration Number will be generated. Please note down Registration Number or take a print out of the page.
Step-5: Part-II Registration
The application is incomplete without Part-II registration which involves payment, selection of centre, uploading of scanned photograph, signature, Photo Identity Card Document and agrees to declaration.
Step-6: Upload Photograph, Signature and Photo ID Proof
Photograph: Scanned photograph should be in JPG format and must be uploaded first. The digital size of file should not exceed 300 KB each and must not be less than 20 KB and resolution 350 pixels (Width) X 350 pixels (Height) minimum, 1000 pixels (Width) X 1000 pixels (Height) maximum and Bit Depth of image file should be 24 bit.
Signature: After uploading your photograph then upload your scanned signature in JPG format. The digital size of each file should not exceed 300 KB each and must not be less than 20 KB and resolution 350 pixels (Width) X 350 pixels (Height) minimum, 1000 pixels (Width) X 1000 pixels (Height) maximum and Bit Depth of image file should be 24 bit.
Photo ID Proof: Next upload your photo identity card document in PDF format only. The digital size of PDF file should not exceed 300 KB and must not be less than 20 KB. The same photo ID Proof is required at the time of Personality Test/SSB/Examination at the venue. Candidate must provide detail of one photo ID viz. Aadhar Card/ Voter Card/ PAN Card/ Passport/ Driving License/ School Photo ID/Any other photo ID Card issued by the State/Central Government.
Step-7: Application Fee and Mode of Payment:
Candidates can pay the application fees online, through Credit/Debit Card/Net banking facility of any Banks or by cash challan in SBI bank. Eligible Candidates are required to pay a fee of Rs. 100/- (Rupees One Hundred only):
Male Unmarried Candidates
Sons of serving/ex-Junior Commissioned Officers/ Non-Commissioned Officers/ Other Ranks of Army and equivalent ranks in the Indian Navy/ Indian Air Force are also not required to pay the prescribed fee if they are studying in Military School (formerly known as King George’s School)/ Sainik School run by Sainik Schools Society.
Mode of payment: Fee can be paid either by depositing the money in any Branch of SBI by cash, or by using net banking facility of State Bank of India or by using Visa/MasterCard/Rupay Credit/Debit Card. Applicants who opt for “Pay by Cash” mode, should print the system generated Pay-in-slip during Part-II registration and deposit the fee at the counter of SBI Branch on the next working day only. “Pay by Cash” mode option will be deactivated at 23:59 hours of 27th January 2020, i.e., one day before the closing date.
Step-8:Final Submission of Application
On the successful completion of your complete application, an auto-generated email message will be sent on your registered email-id. In case the email is not received by you please check/ensure that submission of Part-II of the Application has been made by you.
Important Points to Remember while applying online for UPSC NDA (1) 2020 Exam:
FACILITATION COUNTER FOR GUIDANCE OF CANDIDATES:
In case of any guidances/information/clarification regarding their application, candidature etc. candidates can contact UPSC’s Facilitation Counter near Gate ‘C’ of its campus in person or over Telephone No.011-23385271/011-23381125/011-23098543 on working days between 10.00 hrs to 17.00 hrs.
Applicants should avoid submitting multiple applications. However, if due to any unavoidable circumstances any applicant submits multiple applications then he must ensure that the application with higher Registration ID is complete in all respects.
WITHDRAWAL OF APPLICATIONS:
The online Applications can be withdrawn from 4th February 2020 to 11th February 2020 till 6:00 PM. Request for generating OTP for withdrawal of application will be accepted only till 5:30 PM on 11th February 2020.
Pick-and-drop vehicles will be freed from parking charges at the Birsa Munda Airport in Ranchi soon, Airport Director Vinod Sharma said on Wednesday, adding that the decision was officially announced at the meeting of the Airport Advisory Committee (AAC) recently.
However, Sharma added that the vehicles will have to drop or pick passengers and leave within a stipulated period of time in order to avoid parking charges. “We do not wish to charge any money from the pick-and-drop vehicles, but we have to fix a maximum time for which the vehicles can stay on the airport premises without paying for parking as no upper limit on the free-parking-period will cause overcrowding of vehicles,” Sharma said.
The vehicles, he added, will be given three to four minutes for dropping or picking up passengers, so the free-parking period will be around five minutes. On Tuesday, an AAC meeting was presided over by Ranchi MP Sanjay Seth and attended by Rajya Sabha MP Mahesh Poddar, who has been an active member of the committee. Hatia legislator Navin Jaiswal also attended the meeting.
Besides taking the decision of relieving pick-and-drop vehicles from parking charges, the AAC also decided to use funds from Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) treasury of the airport to rehabilitate the villagers who had lost land due to construction and expansion of the airport and beautify the villages surrounding the airport.
Poddar highlighted loopholes in the parking arrangements at the Ranchi airport and said that the airport needs to fix all the anomalies in the system in order to leave a good impression on visitors. “The visitors coming from other cities and countries get the first impression of the city by seeing the arrangements at the airport. Any mismanagement at the airport leaves a bad impression,” said Poddar.
The Birsa Munda Airport is fast growing in terms of connectivity with other cities. The largest airport in Jharkhand already has 30 flights connecting Ranchi to important cities like New Delhi, Mumbai, Kolkata, Bangalore and Hyderabad. The airport also has an international bay, but is yet to get any international flights. The increasing passenger traffic in Ranchi demands for better facilities and the Airport Authority of India (AAI) is consistently working on finding new ways to enhance the travel experience of passengers, said airport officials.
Meanwhile, the airport authorities here have also floated tenders for restaurants and bar in the airport premises. Besides, several shops and showrooms have come up in the airport terminals in order to provide entertainment, refreshment and quality shopping experience to passengers here.
A 65-year-old woman suspected of practising witchcraft was beaten to death by a man in Jharkhand’s Simedga district, days after a report by the National Crime Records Bureau (NCRB) said the state recorded the highest number of such killings in India in 2018.
Police said 22-year-old Manoj Bilung allegedly killed Ashrita Bilung with sticks after branding her a witch on Friday, a day before his wedding at Sarkhutoli village under Pakartand police station, around 140km from capital Ranchi.
“Suspecting Ashrita of practising black magic, Manoj went to her house in the village on Friday midnight and beat her to death. This is what Manoj said during interrogation,” Pakartand police station in-charge Hiralal Mahto said.
Mahto said Manoj was arrested on Saturday and sent to jail on Sunday.
Despite a drop in witch-hunt murder cases in Jharkhand, annual figures released by NCRB last Wednesday show the tribal state witnessed the highest number of such killings in the country in 2018 at 18.
The country witnessed 63 such murders in 2018. Madhya Pradesh recorded 10 witch-hunt murders, Andhra Pradesh nine, Chhattisgarh eight and Odisha saw five such killings in 2018, as per NCRB.
An analysis of NCRB’s data since 2001 shows 560 women were lynched in Jharkhand after being branded witches between 2001 and 2018. The state saw the highest or 54 witch-hunting murders in 2013, 52 in 2008 and 50 in 2007.
Jharkhand has seen a decline in such killings since 2014 when 47 women were lynched, which dropped to 32 in 2015, 27 in 2016, 19 in 2017 and 18 in 2018.
Four people in their 60s, including two women, were killed in July last year after around a dozen angry villagers dragged them out of their houses and attacked them with sticks and sharp weapons while accusing them of practising witchcraft at Siskari village in Gumla district.
Jharkhand, Madhya Pradesh, Andhra Pradesh and Odisha are the worst affected states of the social evil. Hundreds of women have been persecuted, tortured and killed after being branded as witches in the past few decades in these four states.
Ranchi, Jan 10: Former Chief Minister Raghubar Das Friday challenged Hemant Soren government to get allegations of corruption against him probed by any agency. He termed the allegations as baseless.
Replying to allegations of corruption worth Rs 100 crore leveled against him by Jan Sabha’s Pankaj Kumar Yadav, Das said, “Momentum Jharkhand Global Investors’ Summit brought Jharkhand prominently on the world map. Investors all over the world came to know about Jharkhand’s suitability as an investment destination. They came to know about the ease of doing business in the state, availability of resources and basic infrastructure.”
Das spoke while attending a programme organized in the state Capital to pay tributes to Justice LPN Shahdeo. He said there was no scam in Momentum Jharkhand.
“Momentum Jharkhand was organized with full transparency. Many companies invested in Jharkhand after the Global Summit. Many youths of the state got employment after the event. Anyone can complain. Now it’s their (JMM’s) government. They can get the allegations investigated. I have nothing to worry about,” said the former CM.
Yadav, the Jan Sabha functionary, lodged a complaint against Das with the Anti Corruption Bureau (ACB) yesterday. He also accused former Jharkhand Chief Secretary Raj Bala Verma, former Principal Secretary to CM Sunil Kumar Barnwal and several other state bureaucrats of involvement in the scam and demanded a thorough probe.
UPSC CDS 1 Admit Card 2020: Union Public Service Commission (UPSC) will release the admit card of Combined Defence Services Examination (I), 2020 (CDS 1 Exam 2020). As per the official notification, the UPSC CDS 1 Admit Card shall be issued three weeks before the commencement of the exam. Hence, CDS Admit Card is expected to release by next week.
UPSC CDS exam is scheduled to be held on 02 February 2020 (Sunday). Candidates who are appearing in the exam can download UPSC CDS Admit Card from UPSC official website www.upsc.gov.in. No Admit Card will be sent by post. All the applicants are required to provide valid & active e-mail id while filling up online application form as the Commission may use electronic mode for contacting them.
UPSC CDS 1 Exam, for Indian Military Academy, Indian Naval Academy and Air Force Academy, will have questions on English, General Knowledge and Elementary Mathematics. Each subject is of 100 marks and to complete in 2 hours.
For admission to Officers’ Training Academy, there will be questions from 2 subjects i.e. English and General Knowledge of 100 marks each. The time duration allotted to each section is 2 hours.
There will be Negative Marking for each wrong answer. The papers in all the subjects will consist of objective type questions only. The question papers (Test Booklets) of General Knowledge and Elementary Mathematics will be set bilingually in Hindi as well as English.
UPSC is conducting the Combined Defence Services Examination for admission to Indian Military Academy, Dehradun, Indian Naval Academy, Ezhimala, Air Force Academy, Hyderabad, Officers’ Training Academy, Chennai (Madras) and Officers Training Academy, Chennai.
The Public Service Commission shall prepare a list of candidates who obtain the minimum qualifying marks in the CDS 1 written exam as fixed by the Commission in their discretion.
BPSC 65th Notification: Bihar Public Service Commission has published the notification for Combined Competitive (Pre) Exam 2019 today i.e on 04 July 2019. This year BPSC has released around 434 vacancies for various posts such as Police Vice-Chancellor, Municipal Executive Officer, Block Panchayati Raj Officer etc.
Interested and eligible candidates can apply online for BPSC 65th PCS Exam, once the notification released, through BPSC official website www.bpsc.bih.nic.in. As per the reports, 65th BPSC exam will be held in the month of August 2019.
BPSC 65 Civil Service Exam 2019: Check Vacancies, Eligibility, Application Process Here
Last Date of Submission
Jul 31, 2019
Other Funtional Area
Candidates seeking to apply for Bihar BPSC 65 exam should have completed Graduation or Equivalent Degree from a government recognized university.
BPSC exam 2019 consists of two stages i.e. Prelims and Mains. Candidates qualifying the 65th Combined Competitive Pre Exam will be called for Main Exam followed by the interview round. BPSC will issue BPSC 65th exam admit card before 15 days of the exam. Candidates who will successfully apply for the posts can download their admit card from the official website.
More details such as salary, application form, eligibility ceteria for BPSC 65th 2019 exam are available below in this article.
BPSC 65th Combined Competitive (Pre) Exam 2019 Important Dates
Starting Date of Online Application – 10 July 2019
Last Date for Submitting Online Application – 30 July 2019
Last Date of Online Application – 06 August 2019
Date of Computer Based Written Exam – to be released soon
Institute of Banking Personnel Selection (IBPS) has released the admit card for PO main examination. Candidates can download the IBPS PO main admit card online from the official website at ibps.in
IBPS had earlier declared the results of PO prelims on November 1, 2019 and then released the scores of candidates on November 8. A total of 4,336 vacancies are to be filled through this recruitment process. The Prelims exam was held in two batches on October 12, 13 and 19, 2019.Candidates who have cleared the prelims will have to appear for the main exam that will be conducted on November 30.
Those who clear the main exam will then have to appear for the interview.
The link to download the IBPS PO Main admit card will be active till November 30.
How to download IBPS PO Main Admit Card 2019:
Visit the official website of IBPS at ibps.in
Click on the link scrolling on the top of the homepage that reads ‘Click here to download online main exam call letter for CRP PO/MT IX.
Former MP and convener of Jan Adhikar Party Pappu Yadav of Friday launded Hyderbad police for gunning down four alleged rape accused in the gangrape and murder of a doctor and announced that he will reward the Bihar Police if they carry a similar operation in pending rape case in the state.
Backing the killing of the alleged rape accused in Hyderbad, the former Bihar MP said that he will give a reward of Rs 50,000 to each member of the police team, which killed the rape accused early on Friday morning.
“I will reward every police personnel who was part of the encounter team with Rs 50,000. Questions can be raised over the manner of the encounter but not over the intention,” said Pappu Yadav.
Pappu Yadav also lashed out at Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath and questioned him whether the UP police will dare to encounter alleged rape accused BJP MLA Kuldeep Singh Sengar and Swami Chinmayanand, former Union Minister of State for Home.
“Will Uttar Pradesh chief minister take a lesson from what Hyderabad [police] has done? Will Yogi Adityanath dare to encounter Swami Chinmayanand and Kuldeep Singh Sengar who are accused of rape?” the former MP asked.
Pappu Yadav also hit out at Chief Minister Nitish Kumar and declared that he would reward Bihar police with Rs 5 lacs if they eliminated alleged rape accused in Buxar and Samastipur rape case.
Pappu Yadav said that Hyderabad encounter would act as a deterrent against criminals.
A minor girl was shot dead and burnt by unidentified men on Monday night in Kukdha village in Bihar’s Buxar district, police said.
According to police, the body of the girl, who appears to be around 16 years old, was recovered on Monday morning from a field under Itadhi police station in Buxar, around 150 kilometres from state capital Patna.
Police said that after initial examination doctors suspect the girl was raped.
Upendra Nath Verma, Buxar Superintendent of Police, said the assailants had set the girl on fire by pouring petrol on her. Two empty cartridges have been recovered from the spot.
A forensic team from Patna has been called in and the dog squad has also been pressed into service, said Rakesh Rathi, deputy inspector general (DIG) of Shahabad range.
“Efforts to identify the body are still on. We have sent information to nearby districts to find out details about the deceased. Since the post-mortem report is yet to come, we cannot say if it was a rape,” he added.
The incident comes just a week after the rape and murder of a woman veterinarian in Hyderabad. She was raped by four men and burnt to death. The accused have been arrested.
There were protests across the country over the incident. The issue was also raised in Parliament with lawmakers demanding stringent punishment for the accused.