Candidate should ensure that the DATE OF BIRTH is same as he had entered at the time of registration. Candidate can refer the APPLICATION PRINT for the DATE OF BIRTH entered by him. The date of Birth should be entered in DD-MM-YY format.
Engagement of apprentices under the Apprentices Act.
Applications are invited from eligible Indian Citizens for engagement as apprentices. Candidates can apply for engagement in one state only. The details of the essential qualification, number of vacancies, age limit and fee structure are given below:-
|Opening Date for submission of online applications
|Last Date for submission of online applications
|October / November 2023
Total Number of Posts:- MAHARASHTRA – 466
Minimum Essential Qualification:- Graduation from a recognized University / Institute.
Age Limit:- The candidate must be between 20 and 28 years of age as on 01-08-2023, i.e., the candidate must have been born not earlier than 02-08-1995 and not later than 01-08-2003. (Age relaxation as per rules)
Selection Procedure:- 3 phases – Online Written Test, Test of Local Language, Medical examination
|CATEGORY OF APPLICANT
Duration of Training:- One Year
Stipend Benefit:- Rs. 15000/- per month
Western Coalfields Ltd Mining Sirdar & Surveyor Online Form 2021
Western Coalfields Ltdhas announced notification for the recruitment of Mining Sirdar & Surveyor vacancies. Those Candidates who are interested in the vacancy details & completed all eligibility criteria can read the Notification & Apply Online.
- Starting Date to Apply Online: 21-10-2021 (10:00 AM)
- Last Date to Apply Online: 20-11-2021 (05:00 PM)
- Tentative Date for Download Admit Card: Will be intimated through Official Website
- Tentative Date of Exam: Will be intimated through Official Website
- Tentative Date for Declaration of Result: Will be intimated through Official Website
Apply Online : http://www.westerncoal.in/
SBI Specialist Cadre Officer Online Form 2021
State Bank of India (SBI) has published notification for the recruitment of Specialist Cadre Officer vacancy. Those Candidates who are interested in the vacancy details & completed all eligibility criteria can read the Notification & Apply Online.
- Starting Date for Apply Online & Fee Payment: 13-08-2021
- Last Date for Apply Online & Fee Payment: 02-09-2021
- Last Date for editing application details: 02-09-2021
- Last date for printing your application: 17-09-2021
- Apply Online : https://www.sbi.co.in/
The (RRB) official website, which was down for few days due to technical reasons, is up and running now. Candidates who are to appear of the Computer-Based Test during this week for
Level 1 posts can now log in to the offcial website and download their respective admit cards.
The board has also issued a notice stating the alternative method of downloading the e-call letter for the examination to be held on September 18, 19 and 20, 2018. Direct link click here
Sunrisers Hyderabad beat Royal Challengers Bangalore by eight runs to win their maiden Indian Premier League title.
Virat Kohli own 973 runs and the ‘Orange Cap’ and Kohli said: “It is a nice incentive, but it does not feel good to be at the other side of the result. Why Sunrisers won is because they have a strong bowling attack. I knew I was hitting the ball well and I just wanted to keep contributing. Why not, records are meant to be broken.”
Here is the full list of award winners and important statistics from
IPL 2016 Champions – Sunrisers Hyderabad.
Prize money – Rs 15 crore
Runner-up – Royal Challengers Bangalore.
Prize money – Rs 10 crore
Orange Cap (Most runs) – 973 runs (16 innings) – Virat Kohli (Royal Challengers Bangalore)
Purple Cap (Most wickets) – 23 wickets (17 innings) – Bhuvneshwar Kumar (Sunrisers Hyderabad)
Emerging Player – 17 wickets – Mustafizur Rahman (SRH)
Man of the match in final – Ben Cutting (SRH)
Most Sixes in the final – 8 – Chris Gayle (RCB)
Most Valuable Player – Kohli (356.5 points)
Fairplay Award – SRH
Most Sixes – 38 – Kohli
IPL, which stands for Indian Premier League, is one of the most popular cricketing events in India, which is awaited and watched all over the country and the world by avid cricket fans every year. The event, which was started in 2008 by the BCCI, is played in T20 format of the game and is contested between franchisee teams from various cities, which are currently eight in number. Commercially, it is one of the most successful and lucrative sporting events in the country, with its brand value reaching a whopping US $ 3.2 billion. Till date, eight IPL events have been organized in India and the ninth one is running in 2016.
Most people know Chanda Kochhar as the top honcho of one of India’s largest private banks, an inspiration for working women across the globe, a Padma Bhushan awardee, and recently also listed among the most powerful businesswomen in Asia by Forbes. However, this letter from the ICICI Bank Managing Director and CEO to her daughter gives us an insight to the woman and working mother behind the super-achieving professional. And for every daughter growing up with a working mother, this letter is a must read.
“As a parent with a full time job, one must not let work affect the way you relate to your family. Remember the time you were studying in the US and the announcement of my becoming MD and CEO of ICICI was splashed across all newspapers? I remember the mail you wrote to me a couple of days later. ‘You never made us realize that you had such a demanding, successful and stressful career. At home, you were just our mother,’ you wrote in your email. Live your life in the same way, my darling,” says the top banker in the letter, which appears in Sudha Menon’s book ‘Legacy: Letters from Eminent Parents to Their Daughters’. The letter has received a lot of appreciation on social media. Ms Kochhar has even been trending on Facebook since Thursday.
In her poignant letter, Ms Kochchar talks about growing up without her father who died when she was only 13 and her mother became a working single parent. She relates the lessons she learnt as a child to the time she became a working mother herself to her children, Aarti and Arjun.
“If you had complained and whined about my extended absence from home, I would never have had the heart to make a career for myself. I am blessed with a great and supportive family and I really hope you too will be as fortunate when you set out on your own,” she writes in the letter, which is full of heartfelt advice for her daughter, coupled with anecdotes from both her personal and professional life.
The letter makes for a beautiful read for all women, mothers or daughters. Read the letter in its entirety below. This one cannot be missed.
It makes me feel so proud today to see you standing in front of me as a confident young woman right on the threshold of an exciting journey through life. I am looking forward to seeing you grow and flourish in the years ahead.
This moment has also brought back memories of my own journey, and the life lessons I learnt along the way. When I think of those times, I realize that most of these lessons were actually learnt in my childhood, mostly through examples set by my parents. The values that they instilled in my formative years gave me the foundation on which I try to live my life even today.
Our parents treated all three of us – two sisters and a brother – equally. When it came to education, or our future plans, there was no discrimination between us based on our gender. Your grandparents always had the same message for the three of us – that it was important to focus on what gave us satisfaction and to work towards it with utmost dedication. That early initiation enabled us to develop into confident individuals capable of taking decisions independently. This also helped me when I started out on my own journey of self- discovery.
I was only a young girl of 13 when my father passed away from a sudden heart attack, leaving us unprepared to take on life without him. We had been protected from life’s challenges so far. But without warning, all that changed overnight. And my mother, who had been a homemaker till then, faced the responsibility of raising three children all on her own. It was then that we realized how strong she was and how determined to do her duty in the best possible manner. Slowly, she discovered a flair for designing and textiles, found herself a job with a small firm, and quickly made herself indispensable to them. It must have been challenging for her to shoulder the responsibility of bringing up her family single- handed, but she never let us feel like it was a task for her. She worked hard till she saw all of us through college and we became independent. I never knew that my mother had such a wealth of self-assurance and belief within her.
As a parent with a full time job, one must not let work affect the way you relate to your family. Remember the time you were studying in the US and the announcement of my becoming MD and CEO of ICICI was splashed across all newspapers? I remember the mail you wrote to me a couple of days later. ‘You never made us realize that you had such a demanding, successful and stressful career. At home, you were just our mother,’ you wrote in your email. Live your life in the same way, my darling.
I also learnt from my mother that it is very important to have the ability to handle difficult situations and keep moving forward in life, no matter what. Even today I can remember the equanimity and calmness with which she handled the crisis on hand when my father passed away. You have to handle the challenges and emerge stronger from them, rather than allow them to bog you down. I remember how, in late 2008, we were faced with a situation where ICICI Bank’s survival was in jeopardy in the face of a global economic meltdown. The situation was being analysed with a hawk’s eye by major media platforms and debated widely in the public space… I got down to work, systematically communicating with all stakeholders – from the smallest depositor to the sophisticated investors, and from regulators to the government – the bank was sound and its exposure to these institutions involved a small portion of its assets. I understood their concern because so many of them feared that their hard earned savings in our bank could be at risk. I also advised staff across the bank’s various branches to lend a sympathetic ear to those depositors who turned up to withdraw their money, telling them to also offer the depositors a seat and a glass of water while they waited. And though, depositors were welcome to withdraw their money if they wanted to, our staff also took care to explain to them that it would not help them to take their money away, because there was no real crisis situation.
It was during this period that I took a couple of hours off one day to attend your brother’s squash tournament. I did not know it then, but my very presence at the tournament went a long way in reinstalling customer confidence in the bank. A few mothers at the tournament came and asked me if I was Chanda Kochhar from ICICI Bank and when I replied in the affirmative they said that if I could still find time to attend a tournament in the midst of a crisis, it meant that the bank was in safe hands and they need not worry about their money!
It was also from my mother that I learnt the importance of adapting to circumstances and not being afraid of the unknown. While working hard for my career, I looked after my family, and have been there for my mother and in-laws when they needed me around. They reciprocated in kind with their unconditional love and support for my career. Remember that relationships are important and have to be nurtured and cherished. Also keep in mind that a relationship is a two way street, so be ready to give a relationship just as you would expect the other person to be giving to you.
My career would not have progressed the way it did were it not for your father who never once complained about the time I spent away from home. Your father and I nurtured our relationship despite the fact that we were both busy with our own careers, and I am confident you will do the same with your partner, when the time comes. If you had complained and whined about my extended absence from home, I would never have had the heart to make a career for myself. I am blessed with a great and supportive family and I really hope you too will be as fortunate when you set out on your own!
I remember the day your board exams were about to commence. I had taken leave from work so that I could take you to the examination hall myself. When you realized I was coming, you told me how you were used to going for your exams alone for so many years. It hurt me to hear you say that, but I also think in some ways, having a working mother made you much more independent from a very young age itself. You not only became independent, but also stepped into the nurturer’s role for your younger brother and never let him miss my presence. I learnt to have trust and faith in you and you have now grown into a wonderful, independent woman. I now use the same principle at work to make our growing population of younger talent take on larger responsibilities.
I believe in fate but I also believe that hard work and diligence plays a very important role in our lives. In a larger sense, we all write our own destiny. Take destiny in your own hands, dream of what you want to achieve, and write it in your own way. As you go ahead in life, I want you to climb the path to success one step at a time. Aim for the sky, but move slowly, enjoying every step along the way. It is all those little steps that make the journey complete.
As you go forward, you will sometimes have to take difficult decisions, decisions that others might scorn at. But you must have the courage to stand up for what you believe in. Make sure you have that conviction to do what you know is right, and once you have it, don’t let skeptics distract you from your path.
Aarti, there is no limit to what a determined mind can achieve, but in achieving your goal, don’t compromise on the values of fair play and honesty. Don’t cut corners or compromise to achieve your dreams. Remember to be sensitive to the feelings of people around you. And remember, if you don’t allow stress to overtake you, it will never become an issue in your life.
Remember that good times and bad times will be part of your life equally, and you have to learn to handle both with equanimity. Make the most of life’s opportunities and learn from every opportunity, and challenge that life brings along.
SBI CLERK 2016 Fresh Batch
SBI Clerk 2016 notification is out. This time the written test will be conducted in two phases. The written test for the first phase will be conducted in the month of May 2016 (tentatively). IPCI Mumbai, the leader in Bank Exams Coaching, is offering specialized coaching classes for SBI Clerk Tier I and Tier II. Course duration will include daily classes for two hours, complete study material, online test series, doubt sessions and all other support to help you clear the exam.
Just to mentioned our results in Banking Sector. More than hundreds students have been selected in IBPS PO, Clerk & SO combined. IPCI provides power packed and to the point coaching – specific to exams.
If you want to join IPCI for your SBI Clerk 2016 Preparation, you can visit IPCI centre Mumbai Else, you can fill the below form, we will contact you shortly regarding this and will provide you detailed information.
- Class duration: 2 Hrs daily
- Class days: 5 Days
- Test Series will be provided Free with the course
IPCI is pleased to announce Fresh Batches for SBI CLERK 2016. Details of the course are as given below –
Online Registration Click here
We are looking for young, qualified, mobile and active minds who can be imparted with the necessary knowledge and skills required to be good all-round bankers through the 1 year Post Graduate Diploma in Banking and Finance course in tie-up with Manipal Global Education Services Private Limited, Bangalore.
On successful completion of the course within the stipulated time period, the candidate would be offered appointment in the Bank as Probationary Officer in Junior Management Grade / Scale-I which is presently in the scale of Rs. 23700- 980 x 7/30560-1145 x 2/32850-1310 x 7/42020. They will also be eligible for DA, HRA & CCA, as per rules in force from time to time. At present, the initial yearly emoluments (salary component only) of Junior Management Grade/ Scale-I Officer, including DA, HRA, CCA are approximately Rs 6.56/- lakhs in a Metropolitan Centre. Candidates shall be selected through a process consisting of online exam followed by Personal Interview. Interested candidates who fulfill the eligibility criteria may apply online by visiting website www.andhrabank.in during 17.11.2015 to 01.12.2015 and no other mode of application will be accepted.
Admission to the 1 year full-time post graduate diploma course in Banking and Finance from Manipal University comes with the assurance of a full-fledged Banking career with Andhra Bank on successful completion of the course.
Schedule of Events Dates
Start date for Online Registration 17.11.2015
Online Payment of Application Fees 17.11.2015
Last date for Online Registration 01.12.2015
Download of Call letter for Examination After 10.12.2015
Link to download call letters for PET After 09.12.2015
Conduct of PET(Pre exam Training) 16.12.2015 to 22.12.2015 (excluding 20.12.2015 i.e. Sunday)
Date of Examination 27.12.2015 STUDENT INTAKE (FOR THE SELECTION EXERCISE OF 2016-17)
More details: Click here