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  • Teaching Faculty Positions in ESIC 2017

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    Teaching Faculty Positions in ESIC  

    ESIC job vacancy

    Applications in the prescribed format by Employees' State Insurance Corporation (ESIC) are invited for filling up the Teaching Faculty Positions of Professors, Associate Professors and Assistant Professors  on regular   basis in ESIC  PGIMSRs & Medical College – situated in various parts of India  :

  • Engineer and Geo-Sciences posts in ONGC by GATE 2017

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    Engineer & Geo-Sciences recruitment in ONGC by GATE 2017 

    ONGC naukri jobs recruitment

    Oil and Natural Gas Corporation Limited (ONGC) is embarking upon a major recruitment exercise of recruiting Graduate Engineer in E1 grade. The Engineering & Geo-Sciences posts through GATE-2017 were notified in the month of September 2016, details of the advertisement were published on our blog  here  . In the advertisement, it was conveyed that details about number of posts will be announced at the time of  inviting the online applications.  Those who qualified GATE-2017 for recruitment to the posts notified in the said advertisement need to apply online for the following 721 posts in ONGC. :
  • Can not change reservation category for age relaxation

    By Manisha →

    Can not change reservation category says  Supreme Court

    In a significant verdict, the Supreme Court has said candidates availing of age relaxation under reserved categories for government jobs can’t claim the right to be appointed under the general category.

    “We find that there is an express bar for the candidates belonging to SC/ST/OBC who have availed relaxation for being considered for general category,” a Bench headed by Justice R Bhanumathi said.

    Can not change reservation category says Supreme Court

    The Bench dismissed the appeal of one Deepa, belonging to the Dheevara community, who had applied for the post of Lab Assistant Grade II in the Export Inspection Council of India under the Ministry of Commerce and Industry under the OBC category.

    The selection went in favour of one Serena Joseph, another OBC candidate who had secured 93 marks as against 82 marks scored by Deepa. Having failed to get the job under the OBC category,

    Deepa wanted the government to consider her against general category seats as none from the general category secured 70 marks — the minimum cut-off marks. She moved the Kerala High Court, which dismissed her plea. However, the Supreme Court dismissed her appeal, holding that there was an express bar against reserved category candidates being considered for general category seats.

    The Bench also rejected her arguments based on an earlier verdict of the top court in a case from Uttar Pradesh, saying there was no such express bar in the state law under which the employment was being considered.

    (Input taken from story published in the Tribune dated 17th April, 2017)

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