State Bank of India has invited applications for recruitment to 5,092 posts of assistants in clerical cadre.
The candidates will be shortlisted on the basis of their performances in the online test and interview.
The test will be conducted online. It will be an objective-type test consisting of questions based on general awareness, general English, quantitative aptitude, reasoning ability and marketing aptitude/ computer knowledge.
The questions in objective tests will be bilingual i.e., English & Hindi. Each test will carry 40 marks which will result in the total of 200 maximum marks. The exam will have to be completed in two hour and 15 minutes. For every wrong answer, 1/4th mark will be deducted. The candidates are required to clear each objective test, separately.
The candidates qualified in the test will be placed according to their marks in descending order in respective categories. On the basis of the number of vacancies, certain number of candidates from amongst those who qualify by ranking high enough in the merit will be called for interview in the ratio of maximum three candidates for each vacancy.
Final selection will be made on the basis of candidate’s performance in the test and interview taken together.
The exam is scheduled to take place on various dates in July and August. Though, no official dates have been announced, so far.
University of Madras, Chennai, has invited applications for admissions to Masters of Science (M.Sc.) programme in Geoinformatics. This two-year programme will be offered at the Department of Geography under private study (CBCS-semester pattern). The interested and eligible candidates can apply latest by July 31.
The candidates willing to take admissions to this course are required to possess a BA/ B.Sc degree having subjects such as Geography/ Geology/ Physics/ Environmental Sciences/ Computer Science/ Computer Applications/ Information Technology/ Agriculture/ Remote Sensing as the main subject of study or Geography as one of the subjects of study. Also, the candidates should have knowledge of Mathematics/ Statistics at least at Class 12 level. Or the candidates should possess a B.E. degree in Civil Engineering or any Information Technology related field.
How to apply:
In order to apply, the candidates are required to log in to the official website to obtain the application form. The duly filled application form must be sent to “The Professor and Head, Department of Geography, University of Madras, Chepauk, Chennai-600 005″.
The candidates are required to pay an application fee of Rs 300 by means of demand draft, to be enclosed with the application form. The students can pay their fees in demand draft (DD) in favour of “The Registrar, University of Madras, Chennai”.
Instructions to candidates:
The candidates should read the prospectus carefully before filling-in the application. Applications must be complete in all respects. Incomplete applications will be rejected without any intimation;
Attested copies of mark statements of the qualifying examination are required to be sent along with the filled-in application form. However, the applicants who will appear for the final semester examinations during April/ May 2014 shall send the application form along with the attested mark statements up to five semesters;
The candidates who have passed their qualifying examination from other Universities shall obtain the eligibility certificate from the University of Madras and submit the same at the time of admission to the course of study;
To obtain the eligibility certificate, the candidates are directed to contact the university information centre (enquiry office)/ ERC section of this university;
The candidates should attach a Rs 20 stamped self-addressed 24×12 cm envelope along with filled-in application;
University of Madras is not responsible for any postal delay or loss in transit. The university reserves the rights to not to conduct any of the courses if the circumstances so warranted without assigning any reasons.
The candidates can find the application form by clicking on this link:
A demand for ban on the screening of Hate Story 2, a Bollywood erotic thriller, was made in the Karnataka Assembly today by a JDS member who alleged that the movie may affect gullible minds and instigate them to commit crimes against women “including rape”.
“Screening of Hate Story 2
should be stopped for some bold scenes in the film which affects gullible minds to commit crimes including rapes against women,” Y S V Datta
said. The film directed by Vishal Pandya
, is the sequel to the 2012 sleeper hit Hate Story
starring Paoli Dam and Gulshan Devaiya.
State Home Minister K J George said he has asked the police to examine the film and submit a report. Raising the issue during the debate on increasing rape incidents in the state, Datta said Chief Minister Siddaramaiah and the Home Minister should direct the police to examine the “steamy” scenes depicted in the film.
The film has already courted controversy after the Censor Board had objected to the sex scenes as part of the trailer and music video on television channels, which prompted the producers to edit certain portions. “I have asked Police Commissioner Raghavendra Auradkar to examine the alleged steamy scenes in the film, and action would be taken accordingly after submission of a report,” George said.
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