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  • Engineer Manager vacancy in Mazagon Dock Shipbuilders 2017

    By Manisha →

    Recruitment of Manager and  Engineers in Mazagon Dock 

    Mazagon Dock Naukri Vacancy
    Mazagon Dock Shipbuilders Limited (MDL) a Public Sector Unit (PSU) in Ministry of Defence,  situated at Mumbai invites online application from suitable candidates for following  job  posts , some of which are based on the score of GATE 2016 / 2017  :

  • Uttarakhand Higher Judicial Service 2017 Recruitment

    By Manisha →

    Recruitment of Judges in Uttarakhand  Higher Judicial Service 

    Applications are invited from the practicing Advocates for filling up 07 vacant posts of Additional District and Sessions Judge by direct recruitment in the Uttarakhand Higher Judicial Service by High Court of Uttarakhand, Nainital :

  • Zonal Manager Sales Marketing in BPPI 2017

    By Manisha →

    Recruitment of Zonal Manager in BPPI 

    Bureau of Pharma Public Sector Undertakings of India (BPPI) is the implementing agency for Pradhan Mantri Bhartiya Janaushadhi Pariyojana  (PMPJP) of Department of Pharmaceuticals, Ministry of Chemicals & Fertilizers, Government of India. The objective of the scheme is to make available quality generic medicines at affordable prices to all. BPPI is expanding its operations and has urgent requirement for Zonal Managers (Sales & Marketing) for North, South, East and West Zone in India in Sales & Marketing Department purely on contractual basis.   :

  • Faculty Positions in Nava Nalanda Mahavihara 2017

    By Manisha →

    Faculty Positions in Nava Nalanda Mahavihara  

    Nava Nalanda Mahavihara (NNM) (Deemed to be University) under Ministry of Culture, Government of India, invites applications on prescribed format in 3 (sets) for filling up the regular teaching posts of Professor, Associate Professor and Assistant Professor in the various disciples.  :

  • 4.42 lakh vacancies in police departments across India

    By Manisha →

    Police Department across India have 4.42 Lakh vacancies

    Supreme Court summons officials of 6 states for  Police vacancies

    The Supreme Court  on Monday (17th April 2017) decided to monitor the filling up of 4.42 lakh vacancies in police departments across India and summoned top home department officials of six states with the highest vacancies.

    A bench of Chief Justice J S Khehar and Justices D Y Chandrachud and Sanjay Kishan Kaul ordered either the home secretary or a representative joint secretary of Uttar Pradesh, West Bengal, Bihar, Jharkhand, Karnataka and Tamil Nadu, with the highest vacancies in police departments, to re main present in court on Friday to assist the bench “in preparing a definite road map to fill the vacancies“.

    Police vacancies in India
    There are 4.42 lakh vacancies in police departments across India g

    UP has a sanctioned strength of 3.5 lakh police personnel but 1.51 lakh posts are vacant; West Bengal's sanctioned strength of 1.02 lakh is short by 37325; Bihar has 34251 vacancies against the total strength of 72,132; Jharkhand's total strength of 81969 is short by 26303; Karnataka's sanctioned strength of 1.02 lakh is 24399 short and Tamil Nadu's sanctioned strength of 1.23 lakh is down by 19803 vacant posts.

    The SC had issued notices to all states and Union Territories on a PIL filed by an advocate in 2013, but the states do not appear to have taken concrete steps to fill the vacancies, which considerably reduced the ability of an already overworked police force to maintain law and order and stop crimes.

    The health of police force in numbers did not appear to inspire the court's confidence as it found that 4.42 lakh posts in police departments were vacant in states and UTs, which together have a sanctioned strength of 17.95 lakh personnel.

    The bench said, “We shall deal on subsequent dates of hearings with other states. At present, we will endeavour to monitor filling up of vacancies in the six states where the vacancies are considerably higher. We direct the home secretary to remain present in court personally or nominate an officer of the department not less than the rank of a joint secretary to help the court prepare a definite road map to fill the vacancies.“

    The stock answers from counsel for states were, “The process is on to fill the vacancies and steps are being taken.“ Unimpressed, the bench said the petition had been pending in the SC for the last four years and the governments were still in the process of taking steps. “We tried our best to persuade you to fill the posts. But you have not.“

    A valid reason was given by UP's Ravi Prakash Mehrotra, who said on most occasions, whenever a recruitment drive was undertaken, the matter ended in litigation and got stalled. The SC said it would examine this aspect too.

    Other states with large vacancies are (sanctioned strength in brackets) -Assam 12082 (72132), Chhattisgarh 12638 (1.12 lakh), Haryana 15163 (58832), Madhya Pradesh 14729 (75253), Maharashtra 11603 (2.2 lakh), NCT Delhi 8520 (84417), Odisha 9634 (67950), Punjab 3729 (83706), Rajasthan 15731 (1.05 lakh) and Telangana 17504.

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