RPSC Public relations officer exam tomo Ajmer
RPSC Public relations officer exam tomorrow
Public relations officer recruitment exam tomorrow, 4 thousand candidates will give exam at 11 centers in Ajmer
The Rajasthan Public Service Commission will conduct a scrutiny examination for the recruitment of Public Relations Officer (PRO) in the Information and Public Relations Department at the Ajmer district headquarters today. More than 4 thousand 200 candidates from all over the state is involved in this examination. A total of 11 examination centers have been set up for examination in Ajmer city. Of these, the maximum 504 candidates will appear in the HKH school. The examination control room started on Monday.
According to the commission secretary, the exam was held from 10 am to 12 am in an innings. The admit cards of the candidates have been issued. Candidates have been instructed to reach the examination center one hour before the scheduled time. No one will be given admission to the examination center after 10 minutes from the exam time. Control room was started in the Commission for the convenience of the candidates. Candidates can get information by contacting 0145-2635200. Control room has also been started in Collectorate.
Examination is being done in these schools of the city
At least 240 candidates will appear in Mahatma Gandhi School, Vaishali Nagar, in the exams conducted by the Commission at a total of 11 examination centers. Candidates will take the exam from 288 to 480 at other examination centers.
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How will the new recruits come?
43 thousand jobs have been stuck for one and a half years, how will the new recruits come?
The unemployed in the state are waiting for the new recruitment, while for the last one and a half years, the recruitment of 43400 posts has been stuck. Apart from these, 10029 vacant posts of LDC recruitment held in the year 2013 are also vacant. If both numbers are added, there are still 53429 vacancies in the state.
The unemployed have many times demanded the government to fulfill these pending recruitments, but the government is moving at a slow pace regarding the recruitments. These recruitments include both the recruitment of Rajasthan Public Service Commission and the Staff Selection Board.
The government had postponed the examinations of many recruits due to EWS and MBC reservation. The seats in these categories were to be increased and some applications were to be reapplied. But apart from recruitment of lecturers, the process of reapplication has not started yet.
When will there be recruitment. Nothing is known right now. Staff Selection Board released the result of four recruitments together and looted the applause, but did not release the final result after document investigation. For this reason, appointments are stuck.
Newborn baby in canal..
Death on arrival in the world, the newborn was thrown into the canal
The body of a newborn girl was found in the water on Tuesday morning in the Sujan Ganga Canal flowing around the Lohagarh Fort of the city. Someone threw the baby in the water as soon as it was born. Seeing the dead body in water, people got inflamed there. The police have kept the dead body in the morchary.
According to the information received, devotees were going to see Bihariji temple in the morning. Just then, a woman who was feeding the fish in the Sujan Ganga Canal saw the dead body of a child in the water. She told other people. A large number of people gathered there. Someone reported this to police control at number 100. At which Chauburja Outpost Incharge Deepa Sharma of Mathura Gate Police Station reached the spot. With the help of divers, they got the body out of the water.
Deepa Sharma told that the body belongs to a newborn girl. This body found in water seems to be about eight-ten hours old because its placenta is looking fresh. He said that the dead body of a newborn girl has been kept in the fronts of the district hospital. Also, a case is being registered. Mathura Gate police station to investigate who has thrown the body into the water. People was so angry at that time. Police officers control the situation by reaching on time.
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Auto expo launched
three-day Auto Expo 2019 organized by Dainik Bhaskar and Free Birds Production at Azad Park on 11 to 13 October
The three-day Auto Expo 2019 organized by Dainik Bhaskar and Free Birds Production at Azad Park on October 11 to 13 was inaugurated by JP Rathi, Assistant General Manager and Deputy Regional Head, Bank of Baroda on Friday evening. He has described all brands under one roof as a gift to the city dwellers.
Here you will be able to choose the right vehicle for you by doing a detailed examination of cars and bikes of major companies at one place. All big brands of cars and spot finance facility will also be available at this auto expo. At the Auto Expo, well-known automobile manufacturers will exhibit the latest models of their vehicles. Expo prizes on spot booking and various events to entertain visitors will also be a special attraction of the expo.
Participation of these companies: Railan Motors Maruti Suzuki Arena, Railan Motors Hero, BM Autocars, Akshat Suzuki, Ayan Suzuki, Girnar TVS, Gehlot Ford, KTM, Vivaan Honda Rishabh Cars Reno, Dynasty Nissan, Samruddhi Kia, Hero Electric Mudgal Motors, Tata Motors Ajmer Auto Honda Om Toyota Yamaha Shivam Hyundai Jeep, Jog Bala Motors, Royal Enfield, Auto Waves Au Small Finance Bank & Mahindra Finance More companies are registering their arrivals. Media partners are Siddhi Advertising and Digital Media Partner as Free Birds Production and BN Production Associates.
The automobile sector has given a lot of options to customers on the auspicious occasion of the Tayahari season. From car to bike, many major companies have launched more than one model in the market. This auto expo is being organized with the aim of giving a great platform to this colorful convoy of trains.
Examination for the posts of Senior Scientific Officer
Scrutiny examination for the posts of Senior Scientific Officer starts from tomorrow, control room
The Control Room for Senior Scientific Officer Scrutiny Examination 2018 in the State Forensic Science Laboratory by Rajasthan Public Service Commission has started from Tuesday. On the first day in the morning from 10 am to 12 am, there will be examinations of the candidates of Chemistry and Ballistic Division. There will be biology and photo division examinations in the innings from 2 pm to 4 pm. In the morning shift on 10 October, there will be examinations of the Document Division and Physics Division from 2 to 4 pm. On 11 October, there will be examinations for Narcotics and Acquisition and Explosives. On 12 October, the last day will be the examination of serology and technology division.
Commission Joint Secretary Neetu Yadav said that this examination will be held at an examination center in Modern School, Sundar Vilas. The admit cards for this examination have been uploaded on the website of the Commission.
Candidates have been asked to appear one hour before the exam time by taking a photo and original photo identity card at the examination center. In the absence of the original photo-bearing identity card, the candidate will not be given admission at the center. The examination will be conducted by the Commission from Wednesday at the same examination center in Ajmer. More than 1100 candidates will enter the four-day examination.
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Police Martyr's Day Celebration
More than 300 policemen donated blood on martyr's day ceremony
On Tuesday, on the occasion of the 60th Police Martyr's Day celebrations in Rajasthan, Director General of Police Bhupendra Singh Yadav paid tribute to the families of the martyrs while paying tribute to the immortal martyr police personnel. In the Martyr's Day celebrations held at Police Academy, the DGP read out the designations and names of all the martyred officers and employees of various cadets of all the provinces, union territories and paramilitary forces of the country from September 1 to August 31, 2019. Honored.
According to the traditions of the police organizations, DGP Bhupendra Singh and retired DG MK Devarajan, Director General Training Rajiv Dasot, retired ASI Hardayal Singh, Joint Director IB KC Meena, CBI Navjyoti Gogoi, RPA Director Hemant Priyadarshi and Additional Commissioner of Police Ajaypal Lamba. A wreath was paid to the martyrs by placing a wreath at the martyr's place. Police officers and personnel taking part in the parade bowed their heads with mourning arms and held silence for two minutes and paid tribute to the martyrs.
On the occasion of Police Martyrdom Day, a blood donation camp was organized at Parvati Hostel of Rajasthan Police Academy. In which more than 300 policemen donated blood. Senior officials, including Director General of Police Bhupendra Singh and Director General of Training Rajiv Dasot, encouraged the enthusiasm of police personnel donating blood. After this, Director General of Police Bhupendra Singh reached the martyr's memorial at Trimurti Circle and paid a wreath to the brave martyrs.
Tank damaged before working
10 crore Deshnok CWR tank damaged even before taking work, no action taken
The clean reservoir (CWR) at Deshnok was damaged five months ago under the Nagaur lift project Phase-II of the Department of Water Supply at a cost of 10 crores. But so far no action has been taken against the engineer and contractor firm L&T, which has been negligent in making CWR. While Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot also ordered the principal secretary of the department, Sandeep Verma, to investigate. But even taking action, the investigation has not been completed yet. The Nagaur Lift Project Second Phase is about 2938 crores. The capacity of the damaged tank is 23 thousand million liters.
Khajuwala MLA Govindaram Meghwal had written complaint to the Chief Minister about the CWR being damaged. After this, the chief minister wrote a letter to the jalade officers. The chairman of the Nokha Block Congress Committee, Meghsingh, also complained about the case. Deepvendra Singh of Rashtriya Janchetna Manch has also complained to the government and ACB about this matter. But so far no action has been taken on the contractor company and the monitoring engineers working on the project. At the same time, the Superintendent Engineer (Project) Shubhanshu Dixit of XEN and presently Jaipur City Circle, argued that there was no disturbance in quality.
If the tank is damaged, the company is now rebuilding at its own expense. There is no fault of anyone in this. Department's Superintending Engineer (Project) Rishi Tanwar says that the damaged CWR will be dismantled and removed. In its place, contractor company L&T will now make a new CWR of the same capacity elsewhere. After investigation, he has given the top officers of the department. Now the final decision in this regard will be taken in the technical committee itself.