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January 23, 2017

GDS Committee report highlights in Telugu

Written By Admin on Jan 23, 2017 | January 23, 2017

January 23, 2017

January 23, 2017

GDS COMMITTEE REPORT - CHAPTERWISE AND ANNEXURE WISE DOWNLOAD LINK

January 23, 2017

Employment News : 21 January 2017 to 27 January 2017

Employment News :  21 January 2017 to 27 January  2017

January 22, 2017

Are you ready for GATE?

Written By Admin on Jan 22, 2017 | January 22, 2017

Follow these expert tips for your last-minute preparation.

With less than a month left for the Graduate Aptitude Test in Engineering (GATE), it is worthwhile to look into your preparations for one of the toughest examinations for engineering students pursuing postgraduation.
The exam, scheduled for February 4, 5, 11 and 12, is expected to see an attendance of eight to eleven lakh students. GATE contains Multiple Choice Questions (MCQ) and numerical answer questions. It is an online examination of three hours, with 65 questions, carrying a total of 100 marks.
There a couple of similarities in the CAT and GATE examination patterns. First, GATE has a 15 per cent weightage of marks for General Aptitude which is similar to the overall syllabus for CAT. Preparation for CAT will be helpful in preparation for the General Aptitude section of GATE,” says Mr. M.V. Reddy, course director, GATE, T.I.M.E. Students who have prepared for CAT will understand the importance of test-taking strategies like time management, stress management, attempting of right questions, and so on. The same will be useful for GATE.
“In terms of attacking the exam paper strategically and keeping your cool during the exam, taking a high pressure exam like CAT could be helpful,” says Mallesham Devasane, head of GATE community, Gradeup.
At the last stages of preparation, stress takes over and kills confidence. To fight that, here are some quick tips for test-takers.
Sketching the schedule
“With GATE less than a month away, the focus should be more on revision and practising with online tests instead of picking fresh subjects,” said Mr. Devasane. Considering that students are either working or completing college, they should devote six to eight hours for GATE preparation on weekdays and 10-14 hours on weekends.
Previous-year papers
This is the time when students should solve a lot of previous years’ papers and mock papers. One should try and solve the papers which have answer keys easily available so that no time is wasted in re-checking the answers.
Previous-year question papers will also help students in figuring out the weightage that certain sections carry. At this point, students should aim to solve four to five sample papers every day.
Time management
While solving the mock exams, students should aim to complete in two hours 45 minutes, instead of three hours. Try reducing the time limit with every passing day. Always remember that you will be able to score well only if you plan right.
No new concepts
The time for learning and understanding new concepts is over. With just two weeks left for the final exam, students should concentrate on the topics that they know well and brush up their skills. This way, they will be able to score well on the basis of the concepts that they are good at, instead of worrying about the difficult ones.
Make revision notes
At this stage of preparation, it is impossible to go through all the books again. Revision notes come in handy at this stage. Make sure that you mention only the key points in the revision notes.
Read the questions
Since the questions asked in GATE test the depth of understanding of concepts, it is important to spend more time on understanding the questions rather than rushing to finish the paper.
Personal health
Don’t fully involve yourself in the preparations. Being calm and staying healthy is as important as scoring good grades. “One should not lose focus from the overall development of oneself. Not only does doing so directly improve your academic performance, it has multiple long lasting benefits.
Many reputed public sector undertakings that hire through GATE and colleges that admit through GATE have a group discussion/personal interview process besides consideration of GATE score. Candidates, who have worked on their overall communication and personality will see the benefits of their efforts in these processes,” says Mr. Devasane.
Keep your documents ready
In order to avoid any last-minute rush, keep all the required documents filed with you in advance. This will help you to stay focused on your studies near the exam date. Visit your centre before appearing for your exam so that you do not get lost on the big day.
“First, students should ensure that they revise their concepts, especially for their subjects of strength. Second, students should practice a lot of questions to test their understanding. Third, students should write mock GATE exams to ensure that they’re in the right groove to maximise their performance in GATE,” says Mr. Reddy.

January 22, 2017

Availability of PS Exam materials & Master Guides for all Departmental Examinations

Availability of  PS Exam materials & Master Guides for all Departmental Examinations

January 22, 2017

GSEB 7000 Vidhyasahayak & Head Teacher (HTAT) Recruitment 2017

Gujarat State Education Board (GSEB) has published notification for recruitment for Vidhyasahayak (Std. 6 to 8) in Gujarati Medium & Other Medium & Head Teacher (HTAT). Other details like age limit, educational qualification, selection process, application fee and how to apply are given below.

January 22, 2017

Remarkable comments on GDS system by Shri Kamalesh Chandra Committee in its Report -2016.

January 21, 2017

NEW PAY TABLE OF GDS - AS PER GDS REPORT RELEASED ON 18-01-2017

Written By Admin on Jan 21, 2017 | January 21, 2017


PREPARED AS PER GDS REPORT RELEASED ON 18-01-2017 - Download

January 21, 2017

Commemorative Postage Stamp released on Dr. M. G. Ramchandran on 17-1-2017 at Chennai

Commemorative Postage Stamp released on Dr. M. G. Ramchandran on 17-1-2017 at Chennai

On the 100th birth anniversary of former Tamil Nadu Chief Minister M.G Ramachandran

January 21, 2017

CCS (CCA) Rules, 1965 - Clarification regarding effect of warning, censure etc on promotion

CCS (CCA) Rules, 1965 - Clarification regarding effect of warning, censure etc on promotion.

January 21, 2017

CRPF Recruitment for 2945 Constable (Technical & Tradesmen) Posts 2017


Directorate General, Central Reserve Police Force (CRPF) has published Advertisement for below mentioned Posts 2017. Other details like age limit, educational qualification, selection process, application fee and how to apply are given below.

January 21, 2017

AGAIN ASSURANCES!!! ENOUGH IS ENOUGH!!!

AGAIN ASSURANCES!!! ENOUGH IS ENOUGH!!!

January 21, 2017

GPF shall carry interest @ 8% from 01.01.2017

GPF shall carry interest @ 8% from 01.01.2017

January 20, 2017

7th pay commission: This is why Modi government not giving hike to 47 lakh employees

Written By Admin on Jan 20, 2017 | January 20, 2017


More than 14 months have passed since the seventh pay commission report was submitted and little less seven months have elapsed since the union cabinet approved implementation of the salary hike recommendations, but the central government employees are still awaiting the good news.

January 20, 2017

Instructions on sealed cover procedure - where Government servant has been acquitted but appeal is contemplated/pending - clarification

Instructions on sealed cover procedure - where Government servant has been acquitted but appeal is contemplated/pending - clarification regarding.

To view please Click Here.

January 20, 2017

BPM /ABPMs ARREAR TABLES

January 20, 2017

Gramin Dak Sevak (GDS) Committee Report



January 19, 2017

GDS COMMITTEE REPORT COPY (CHAPTER WISE)

Written By Admin on Jan 19, 2017 | January 19, 2017

Dear Comrades,

FOR GDS COMMITTEE REPORT COPY - PLEASE CLICK THE BELOW LINK

January 19, 2017

Important Recommendations made by GDS Committee

January 19, 2017

Gramin Dak Sevak Committee Report Major Recommendations

Gramin Dak Sevak Committee Report Major Recommendations 

January 19, 2017

Seventh Central Pay Commission’s recommendations -amendment of Service Rules/Recruitment Rules-Dopt

No .AB-14017/13//2016-Estt(RR)-Pt
Government of India
Ministry of Personnel P.G & pensions
Department of Personnel and Training

January 19, 2017

GDS Committee Report – Pay Scale, Fitment Factor and Arrears

GDS Committee Report – Pay Scale, Fitment Factor and Arrears

January 19, 2017

Government may lower limit for quoting PAN number for cash transactions

Unwilling to lose the momentum it gained for a less-cash economy after demonetisation and restrictions on cash withdrawals, the government may announce big disincentives in the upcoming Budget for usage of cash. 

January 19, 2017

GDS Pay Committee Report - Google drive download link updated

GDS Pay Committee Report - Google drive download link updated