CSIR Jobs | Central Leather Research Institute Recruitment 2011 Notification

October 31st, 2011 by | No Comments | Filed in Job Notifications

Central Leather Research Institute Recruitment 2011 Notification

Scientist– 5 Posts
Senior Scientist –1
Principal Scientist –1
Principal Technical Officer -1
Medical Officer-2
Technical Assistants-3

To know the eligibility and age limit details click on…. www.clri.nic.in

How to Apply:
1. Eligible candidates are required to apply ONLINE through CLRI website “www.clri.nic.in” and no other means/mode of application will be acceptable.
2. Online application will be available on CLRI website up to 23.09.2011 (5.30 PM)
3. After online submission, candidates should take print out of the computer generated application, sign each page, paste a recent passport size photograph in the space provided and sign in full across the photograph. The same duly accompanied by attested copies of the certificates, mark sheets, testimonials, re-prints in support of age, qualifications, experience, community and publications along with Demand Draft (wherever applicable) should be sent in an envelope superscribed “APPLICATION FOR THE POST OF _______________ (Post Code:________)” to “The Controller of Administration, Central Leather Research Institute, Sardar Patel Road, Adyar, Chennai 600020”.
4. Candidates should specifically note that applications not submitted online in the prescribed form or incomplete or unsigned or not accompanied with prescribed fee, recent photograph, attested copies of educational certificates, mark sheets, caste certificates, testimonials, etc or received after prescribed closing date for any reason whatsoever (such as envelop wrongly addressed, delivered elsewhere, postal delay, etc) will not be entertained. Any enclosure received separately subsequent to the receipt of application will not be connected therewith.
Check List:
Attested copies of following documents must be attached along with the hard copy of online application submitted.
1. Demand Draft for Rs. 100/- (US $25 for candidates applying from abroad) drawn in favour of Director, Central Leather Research Institute, Chennai
2. Secondary School certificate / Birth Certificate (Proof for age)
3. Provisional/Degree Certificate(s) (Proof for Educational qualifications)
4. Certificate of SC/ST/OBC/PH in the prescribed format (wherever applicable)
5. re-prints of publications (wherever applicable)
6. Experience certificate(s) (wherever applicable)
7. No Objection Certificate (in case of Govt. employee)
Last date for submission of Online Applications 23.09.2011 (5.30 PM)
Last date for Receipt of hard copies of Applications submitted Online: 30.09.2011
If applicants face any difficulty in submission of online application, they may mail to: recruit@clri.res.in
Contact Address: The Controller of Administration,
Central Leather Research Institute,
Sardar Patel Road, Adyar,
Chennai 600020

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FCI Recruitment Online Registration at Staff Selection Commission website

October 30th, 2011 by | No Comments | Filed in Job Notifications

FCI Recruitment Online Registration at Staff Selection Commission website | FCI Jobs Notification 2011 | Food Corporation of India Jobs

Hyderabad, October 30: The Food Corporation of India, country’s largest food grains procurement agency is recruiting 3,775 new people to its roles under Grade-3 posts. The jobs includes General Accountants, Depot Assistants, Typists etc. The  Notification has been issued in all major news papers in the country and also on Employment News.

The Staff Selection Commission is the recruitment agency for FCI Jobs. Candidates interested for this jobs can register their details at SSCONLINE website.

Apply for FCI Recruitment at SSCONLINE website


FCI Recruitment Schedule:

–For online Registration: 25th November, 2011.

–Written Test for Typist posts: 22nd January 2012.

–Written Test for General Accounts, Depot posts: 4th and 5th February 2012.

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Job opportunities for teenagers

October 29th, 2011 by | No Comments | Filed in Articles

If you are a parent of a young adult you will realize that they are often confused about which careers to follow. Now take a closer look, you perhaps are more confused or worried about them than they actually are. Although its natural to be anxious about your child’s future, but what is more important that your child finds a career that is more suited to his/her personality, aptitude and interest. Today, our country offers a plethora or opportunities to young adults that never existed in your time. Apart from mainstream professions, there are also a number of careers available off the beaten track like hairdressing or pet grooming that have proved to be quite lucrative. The best time for your child to gain some experience and insight into their talents and options are while they are in college. So if you are aware of these options, so will your child….

What are the options?

Such jobs are typically test marketing of a particular product, market research, sales and telemarketing, ushers and guides in trade fairs and public relations activities. Many shopping malls, exhibitionists, music shops & food outlets like Mac Donalds, Pizzeria etc require students for short durations to meet the summer rush. Most agencies pay about Rs 150 per day. If your child is lucky and is given some project work, the pay could rise to as much as Rs. 5000/-per month.

If your child is interested in teaching, encourage them to give tuitions after college hours. Creative minds can get into freelancing and jobs are available by the dozen online. A lot of companies require part timers for data entry, typing and translations. If your child has the knack for mixing music, s/he can consider DJ’ing for parties and family functions. If they have the knack for writing, they can tie up with a particular magazine, website or paper and send regular articles.

Another option is getting experience in the share market and tracking share prices. Give them the opportunity to explore. IT companies too take on college students to surf the net and develop their website and content.

Alternatively, you could also involve your child in Voluntary work at various Social Organizations like CRY, Anmol or Akanksha to make them realize how truly blessed they are.

How to go about it?

The most important thing is never force your child into getting a job, more often than not, they don’t like to be told anything. But as a parent, it’s important that you keep them informed, the initiative has to come from them that they are interested. Once you get the go signal, give them the options.

Most of these jobs are not easily advertised in the papers, one needs to approach the companies directly or work through a contact like relatives or friends who may be employed in banks and companies. Becoming an apprentice to someone who is a master of the skills will help your child get a feel of how things are done.

Never discourage your child from taking any offer of their interest. Eg: If they are interested in selling products. Don’t discourage them by saying, “ Are you going to go door-to-door selling?” This experience might just bring out a latent talent of convincing customers, which is needed in today’s jobs. Worse comes to worse, your child will realise early in life that s/he is not cut out to be in selling and hence can take up a career later that does not involve selling. Give your child wings; don’t clip them to suit your needs.

How will it benefit your child?

Do you remember your first job? And the thrill you experienced at seeing your first pay cheque? Why deny your child of the same.

Besides gaining experience, it will also enable them to earn some pocket money and to realise what kind of career will appeal to them the best. The sooner s/he starts working, the faster they will learn to shoulder responsibilities and understand the value of money. Their personal attributes will change for the positive as they learn to communicate with seniors and even multi task duties. Working in a bank/ office will inculcate a feeling a workplace culture faster than their friends.

All in all, it will enable them to be independent, responsible and not be wasteful individuals. They will also learn to appreciate the finer things in life from a young age.

Moreover if you look around you will find that professional courses have become the order of the day and hence future. And as such, youngsters,(18+), who are not supplementing their theoretical knowledge with practical work experience will get left behind.

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APPSC ASO Interviews from 2nd November, 2011

October 29th, 2011 by | No Comments | Filed in News

Hyderabad, October 29: The Andhra Pradesh State Public Service Commission – APPSC has issued schedule for oral interviews for the post of Assistant Statistical Officers in in A.P. Economics and Statistical Sub Service. The Interviews will be held from 2nd to 5th November, 2011. The detailed schedule was posted on APPSC website. The commission also has sent the intimation to the eligible candidates individually.

Ashok Mittal new CEO of Emkay Commotrade

October 27th, 2011 by | No Comments | Filed in News

Mumbai, August 17: Emkay Global Financial Services Limited today announced the appointment of Mr. Ashok Mittal as Chief Executive Officer of Emkay Commotrade Ltd.

Ashok will lead the responsibility of business growth and shall report to Mr. Rahul Rege, Retail Head, Emkay Global. Mittal’s immediate focus will be on further development of the Private Client Advisory Desk, Corporate Advisory Desk, cross-sell through branches and in building strategic alliances, partnerships to further strengthen the product proposition and coverage across the group, the company said.

Mr. Mittal has around 20 years experience in financial services industry. He began his career in Branch Banking with UCO Bank and moved to join Union Bank of India from 1994 to 2003. He has worked with SSKI-Sharekhan as Head – Commodities and has been associated with Karvy Comtrade Ltd for over 5 years as Head – Commodities where he was responsible for the P&L growth of commodity & currency business. In his last assignment with Vertex Securities Ltd as Managing Director, he played a key role in preparing and implementing the business plan for development of Equities, Commodities and Currencies business for the company

Emkay Global Financial Services Limited (Emkay) is a leading financial services company offering a wide gamut of financial services and solutions to its clients comprising FIIs, Domestic Mutual Funds, Hedge Funds, Banks, Insurance Companies, PE firms, Corporate Houses & HNIs and Retail Investors.

Career Goals | A step by step guide to achieve targets

October 27th, 2011 by | No Comments | Filed in Career Guidance

Career Goals | A step by step guide to achieve targets

Most of the employees keep engrossed in their work during the office timings. In spite of it, a big percentage of employees are not satisfied with what they are doing. It is therefore important to have a goal in the career. Having a career goal is important to understand what one has to do to get satisfaction in the job and also what is to be done for a living.
Career goal can be becoming a doctor, engineer or a teacher or to excel in other fields. A career goal also helps to explore the new opportunities existing in that field instead of satisfying with what the job one has now. A career can offer jobs in various positions. For example, if medicine is the field that is chose, there can be many opportunities like becoming a doctor, do research or serve the people by becoming a nurse.
Having a career goal helps to guide how to achieve what one wants in his life instead of just moving along with the present job. A career goal has to be set taking into consideration, the interest of the individual and existing career opportunities. After setting a career goal, one should carefully plan their steps to realize the dream. Planning the career carefully becomes easy to reach the career goal that is set by understating it clearly. Career plan helps to find out the individual’s natural talents based on which a career can be chosen and to excel in that career what educational and other qualities one has to acquire.

· Goal reaching tips

Estimating and judging the person’s talent and eligibility should be the first step for reaching the career target whether the person is already doing a job or is unemployed or a fresher. Take the help of a professional career counselor to judge the inborn talents, strengths and weaknesses.

· Career goals should be practical

Career plan should be designed such that it provides an advantage over the competitors. Analyze the career goal periodically and be precise in setting the goal.

· Strategies for competitive advantage

Carry out trusted and used marketing techniques to reach the target. Design the career plan that helps to reach the goal.

· Path to reach the goal

Do not simply adopt the instructions from a book or take tips from an acquaintance to set the correct approach to reach the goal. Think originally and create a career plan that will show what and who you are.


APGENCO JPA Jobs Notification 2011

October 25th, 2011 by | No Comments | Filed in Job Notifications

APGENCO JPA Jobs Notification 2011 | Online Application forms | Registration at AP Online

APGENCO Test dates rescheduled. Check the dates once again.

Hyderabad, October 25: AP state owned power generation compnay The Andhra Pradesh Power Generation Corporation Limited has issued recruitment notification for the post of Junior Plant Attendant for various districts. JPAs will have to work at the power plants as attendants. The total number of posts vacant is 1755. The selection will be made through three way method– written test, trade test and final interview.

Age and Education Qualifications:  The eligibility for Junior Plant Attendant posts is 10th Class or SSC pass with ITI certificate in required branch. Candidates should have an age below 18-35 years as on 01 October 2011.

APGENCO JPA Recruitment Online Registration :

Candidates interested for APGENCO JPA jobs have to apply website developed by Centre for Good Governance AP. Candidates have to pay Rs.150/- as registration fee at any of the AP online counters to get a journal number for future reference.

Important Dates

–Online application submission to begin: 20 October 2011

–Closing date of submission of online application: 10-November-2011

–JPA Written test Date: 18-December-2011 (rescheduled date)

–Candidates have to submit online application on or before 30-November-2011 up to 11:59pm

For Online Registration

APGENCO JPA Application Download


SVP National Police Academy Stenographer Jobs

October 23rd, 2011 by | No Comments | Filed in Job Notifications

SVP National Police Academy Stenographer Jobs

Hyderabad, October 23: Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel National Police Academy inviting applications for filling up 13 Stenographers posts on temporary basis.

Candidates with 10+2 educational qualification and having certified skills in type writing and short hand in English with 100 words speed in a minute are eligible for the job. Computer knowledge is desirable.

Salary will be on consolidated and will be decided at the time of selection. Age limit is 18 to 35 years for general candidates and 45 years maximum for ex-servicemen.

Selection will be done via interview and skill test.

Candidates can apply with CV along with photograph to

Administrative Officer (Estt.)

SVP National Police Academy,

Hyderabad, 500 052.
Phone: 040-2401 5151
Last Date for application submission: 20th November 2011.

Delhi Police Recruitment | Temporary Constable Jobs

October 23rd, 2011 by | No Comments | Filed in Job Notifications

Delhi Police Recruitment | Temporary Constable Jobs | Online Application Forms Download

New Delhi, October 23: Applications are invited for temporary constable posts in Delhi Police from male candidates in the executive category. The total vacancies in the Delhi Police notified were total 2622 posts and 1311 for un-reserved category, 708 for OBC, 402 SC, 201 for ST candidates.

Eligibility for Delhi Police Recruitment:

10+2 or senior secondary pass from a recognized board.

For more details about the Delhi Police Recruitment constable posts and application download:



Delhi Police Recruitment Applications should be sent to Post Box No. 8020. Delhi- 110033.

Delhi Police Recruitment Application submission last date: 25th November, 2011.

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APPSC Social Welfare Officer Recruitment Hall Ticket Download

October 18th, 2011 by | No Comments | Filed in News

APPSC Social Welfare Officer Recruitment Hall Ticket Download | BC Welfare Officer Test Hall Ticket | APPSCE Assistant Tribal Welfare Officer Test Hall Ticket

Hyderabad, October 18: The Andhra Pradesh State Public Service Commission has announced the online download facility of hall tickets for the recruitment test of Assistant Social Welfare Officer, Assistant B.C. Welfare Officer & Assistant Tribal Welfare Officer are scheduled to be held on 23rd October 2011.
The Examination is going to be held at Hyderabad only. Downloading of Hall Tickets is in progress. For the first time in history of APPSC two important changes are being introduced from this examination. Some important points for the candidates.
–The OMR Sheets have to bubbled only by Ball Point Pen (Blue or Black). Bubbling by pencil / Ink Pen / Gel Pen is not permitted in this examination.
–OMR Sheets supplied to the candidates consist of two copies, the original copy and duplicate copy below. After completion of the examination the candidates should handover the original OMR Answer Sheet (top sheet) to the invigilator and carry the bottom sheet (duplicate) for his / her record.
–The candidates are also informed under no circumstances should the candidate take away the main Answer Sheet and if he does so he will be disqualified.
–The test will be held on 23/10/2011 at 10.00 AM to 12.30 PM and 2.00 PM to 04.30 PM.