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2. Patwari in Punjab (Graduation) Last dt 10 Oct
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Saturday, 23 July 2016

Excise & IBPS PO Jobs

New Govt Jobs..
1. Punjab Excise Inspector (Age 18 to 37 yrs) (Graduate) (Apply from 25 Jul to 22 Aug)
2. IBPS (Bank PO) (8822 Jobs) (Apply 26 July to 13 Aug)

Wednesday, 13 July 2016

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Thursday, 12 May 2016


Eligibility for IAS Exam

The Candidates applying for the examination should ensure that they fulfill all eligibility conditions for admission to examination. Their admission to all the stages of the examination will be purely provisional subject to satisfying the prescribed eligibility conditions. Mere issue of admission certificate to the candidate will not imply that his/her candidature has been finally cleared by the Commission. Commission take up verification of eligibility conditions with reference to original documents only after the candidate has qualified for Interview/ Personality Test

New Eligibility Criteria

The government intends to raise the upper age limit and number of attempts of applicants of the UPSC Civil Service Examination with effect from 2015.

According to information published on the website of the Department of Administrative Reforms and Public Grievances, the upper age limit will be 37 years for SC/ST candidates with unlimited number of attempts; 35 years for OBC with 9 attempts; and 32 for the unreserved (general) category with 6 attempts. 

For physically handicapped candidates age limit is 42, 45 and 47 years for General, OBC and SC/ST category respectively while the number of attempts is 9 for General and OBC and unlimited for SC/SC category.

Eligibility Table

CategoryMaximum AgeAttempt
SC/ST32+5=37As many as upto age limt
Physically disabled
(Blind, Deaf-mute, Orthopedic)
32+10=42if general then 9
OBC then 9
SC/ST- then upto age limt
J&K domicileif general then 32+5=37
OBC then 32+5+3=40
SC/ST then 32+5+5=42
PH then 32+5+10=50 
depending on above categories viz.Gen, OBC, SC/ST, Disabled
Disabled serviceman discharged from dutyif general then 32+3=35
OBC then 32+3+3=38
SC/ST then 32+3+5=40
Ex-serviceman with five years duty* specific condition on page2 of notificationif general then 32+5=37
OBC then 32+5+3=40
SC/ST then 32+5+5=42

IAS Officer 2016

I will strive to ensure that Hindu-Muslim unity transcends tokenism, says Ansar Shaikh.

At an age when most of his privileged counterparts wallow in self-indulgence, 21-year-old Ansar Shaikh refused to be the plaything of a malicious fate and master his own destiny.
Hours after the UPSC results were out, his personal odyssey had already become the stuff of sweat-and-toil legend – how a Muslim boy from a remote backwaters village in drought-racked Marathwada changed his name to a Hindu to crack the Holy Grail of Indian examinations.
Ansar, the son of an autorickshaw driver from Jalna’s Shedgaon village, cleared the IAS in his maiden attempt, snaring a high All-India Rank of 361. Since then, the media has thronged his lodgings in the city in a bid to capture his inspirational and remarkable personal struggle.
A political science graduate from Pune’s Fergusson College, Mr. Shaikh, an exemplary student had secured 91 per cent in his Class X exams (the S.S.C.).
Driven by sheer will, he worked 12 hours a day straight for three consecutive years while preparing for his UPSC exams. Added to these burdens, Mr. Shaikh faced the stigma of social discrimination and a turbulent family life which he triumphed with a strength of character extremely rare for a youth of his age.
“While hunting for a PG accommodation, my friends who were Hindus got rooms but I was refused. So the next time, I said that my name was Shubham, which was actually my friend’s name. Now I don’t have to hide my real name,” says Mr. Shaikh, remarking that this social rejection was “mortifying”.
His troubled background makes his achievement all the more laudable life.
“Education has never been a watchword in my family. My father, a rickshaw driver, has three wives. My mother is the second wife. My younger brother dropped out of school and my two sisters were married off at an early age. When I told them that I had cleared the UPSC and in all likelihood will be an IAS officer, they were stunned shocked,” said the gentle, bespectacled Mr. Shaikh, with a boyish smile that belies years of pain and struggle against seemingly insurmountable odds.
His bitter, first-hand tryst with social ostracisation has made a deep influence on Mr. Shaikh.
“It will be my mission to promote religious equality. Having myself been a victim of discrimination, I will strive to ensure that Hindu-Muslim unity transcends tokenism,” says an earnest Mr. Shaikh.
He credits his success to the efforts of Rahul Pandve, his 30-year-old teacher at Unique Academy who incidentally cracked the UPSC along with Mr. Shaikh, securing an AIR of 200.
Mr. Pandve, who stood seventh in Maharashtra, has a Masters of Business Administration (MBA) degree from the Indian Institute of Management (IIM), Calcutta and had chucked his corporate job for a career in the civil services.