MCD to award 100 teachers on Sep 5

 The Municipal Corporation of Delhi will award 100 MCD teachers for their services in the field of education on September 5.

The awards, to be conferred on the occasion of Teachers' Day, will comprise a cash prize of Rs 7000, a commendation certificate and a memento.

Mahendra Nagpal, Chairman of MCD Education Committee, said among the awardees, 20 are headmasters, 72 general teachers and five nursery teachers while one each have been teaching in disciplines of physical education, music and arts.

MCD is imparting education to about 9.7 lakh students in the 5-11 age bracket through its chain of 1,746 primary schools, 33 nursery, 44 aided and 712 recognised schools with the help of about 18,000 teachers.

Combined Medical Services Exam, 2010 Result Announced

            Union Public Service Commission (UPSC) has announced the results of the Combined Medical Services Examination, 2010 held on 17.01.2010 and Personality Test held from 12.7.2010 to 26.7.2010. Candidates have been recommended for appointment to medical posts in the Railways, Indian Ordnance Factories Health Service, Central Government Health Service, Municipal Corporation of Delhi and New Delhi Municipal Council.  A total number of 357 candidates recommended for appointment include 157 General Candidates (including 11 Physically Handicapped candidates), 121 candidates belonging to Other Backward Classes (including 01 Physically Handicapped candidate), 55 Scheduled Caste (including 01 Physically Handicapped candidate), and 24   Scheduled Tribe candidates.

            The candidature of the following Roll Numbers is provisional: -

00004, 00188, 00404, 00435, 00641, 00650, 00892, 00969, 00988, 01375, 01629, 01722, 01738, 01899, 02007, 02735, 03193, 03331, 03574, 03658, 03677, 03688, 03802, 03843, 03911, 03949, 04134, 04172, 04674, 04776, 05071, 05077, 05272, 05389, 05534, 05575, 05624, 05723, 05730, 05772, 07188, 07283, 07379, 07773, 08066, 08232, 08342, 08772, 08831, 09171, 09644, 09951, 10028, 10309, 10431, 10824, 10872, 11143, 11400, 11402, 11922, 12076, 12105, 12380, 12388, 12446, 12521, 12960, 12975, 13120, 13191, 13271, 13479, 13485, 13524, 13547, 13655, 13951, 14128, 14442, 14766, 14998, 15376, 15919, 16101, 16650, 16946, 17033, 17067, 17342, 18101, 18631, 19197, 19287, 19405, 19434, 19717, 19874, 20097, 20250, 21053, 21695, 21745, 21975, 22461, 22762, 22924, 22951, 23068, 23344, 23561, 24318, 24496, 25798, 25831, 26221, 26424, 26756, 26829, 27332, 27409, 28088, 28100, 28216, 29937, 30463, 30783, 31424, 31837, 31997, 34093, 36644, 38092, 38567.

            Appointments to the various posts will be made according to the number of vacancies available and subject to the candidates fulfilling all the prescribed eligibility conditions and all verifications, wherever due, being completed satisfactorily.


In accordance with Rule 13 & 14 of the Rules of the Combined Medical Services Exam., 2010, the Commission is maintaining a consolidated Reserve List of 84 candidates which includes 42 General, 40 Other Backward Classes and 02 Scheduled Caste candidates.

U.P.S.C. has a “Facilitation Counter” where Candidates can obtain any information/clarification during working hours in person or over telephone Nos. 23381125/23385271/23098543.  Result will be available on the U.P.S.C Website i.e. www.upsc.gov.in However, marks on the website are likely to be available after 15 days from the date of declaration of results.
                                                                                  
     In case, any candidate desires to obtain printed/hard copies of his/her mark-sheet of the above mentioned examination, he/she should forward the request to the Commission along with self-addressed stamped envelope within a period of thirty days from the date of publication of the result.
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Virtual Employment Exchange (Government Employment Portal) in TN soon

Lakhs of job seekers in Tamil Nadu may soon be spared the tedium of spending long hours standing in queues at employment exchanges with implementation of a virtual employment exchange, where they just have to fill application forms and wait for employers to contact them.

"Once the portal is launched, no one need visit district employment exchange offices for registration.They can fill the application form which will be hosted on the site and upload scanned copies of their qualification certificates," ELCOT Managing Director Santhosh Babu told PTI.

The portal is expected to be launched in a month.

Candidates who have cleared Class XII and those awaiting degree results can register anywhere at any time, he said.

Double increments for Marathi post graduates: BMC panel


Shiv Sena-BJP controlled Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) has decided to give double increments to Marathi post graduates among the 1.2 lakh civic staff, sparking protests from the Opposition.

"The BMC is likely to issue a circular to the effect today," Rahul Shewale, Chairman of BMC's standing committee which passed the proposal, told PTI.

Asked to disclose the number of BMC staff who will benefit from the decision, Shewale said, "We are collecting the data."

Opposing the move to consider only Marathi post graduates, Rajhans Singh, Leader of Opposition in the civic body, said the incentive should be extended to post-graduates in Hindi as well to ensure there is no discrimination.

"If the BMC doesn't do that, we may challenge the decision in court," he added.

However, Shewale said Singh had not suggested any such thing during the panel meeting.

"He kept quiet," Shewale added

Government to roll out a single emergency number

Stuck in a remote area, and need assistance, or simply want to know flights from Mumbai to Delhi, or need to get rid of a dead animal from your colony? Help may be at hand soon. India has kicked off the process to start a single national integrated number, like 911 in United States, 000 in Australia, 999 in UK and 112 in the European Union. 

Basic services like police, medical emergency, fire, airline & rail enquiry, or municipal helplines will be available through the number, which is yet to be decided. Besides, it will provide citizens direct access to counselling helplines, and government departments like education, health, transport, municipality, public distribution etc. 

“We have already rolled out a pilot project in five states—Orissa, Tamil Nadu, Assam, Rajasthan and Madhya Pradesh,” said a senior government official at the ministry of IT & communications. “Five departments each are connected to a single state number. Based on the learnings of the pilot, we are creating a blueprint for connecting all departments across India, through a national number like the 911 (in US),” he added. 

The pilot project will be completed by December 31 this year, and blueprint for connecting all India, will be readied thereafter. Such a citizen-centric project was highly needed in India, where not everyone can access the internet for critical service numbers, all the time. Often many municipal and critical health helplines in hospitals, are found unattended. 

Emergency services expert Ravi Krishnan, director at Dial 1298 for ambulance say its a good move. “But it’s imperative for the government to keep non-emergency control rooms separate, lest they block critical calls. About 90% emergency calls are to the police and 8% for ambulances,” he says. Mr Krishnan’s Dial 1298 runs about 500 ambulances in Mumbai, Kerala, Rajasthan and Bihar. India also has 108 service running in about 11 states, used only for ambulance. 

In US, the emergency service, for instance, operates on the N11 mode, where N stands for any number between two and nine. The number 211, stands for all counselling helplines like suicide prevention, senior citizen helpline, debt counselling, drug addiction helplines etc. The number 311, is used to report broken community links like a damaged pipeline, fire, bad roads, etc. In fact, the US Federal CIO Vivek Kundra has opened 311 project for social networking applications. Now, social applications can be embedded on mobile phones. 

Community emergencies can be tagged on maps. The 411 is used for directory assistance, while 511 is used for traffic information in US. But the most popular—‘911’ is used as an integrated emergency police, fire and ambulance helpline in both US and Canada. It’s imperative for India to follow such a structured approach towards a national number.
source: Economic Times

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