Employment News(11.08.2012 to 17.08.2012)

| August 15, 2012 | 5 Replies
  1. North Central Railway, Railway Recruitment Cell, Allahabad requires 1965 Assistant Pointsman, Porter, Peon-cum-Porter, Safaiwala, Trackman, Helper, etc. Last Date: 30.09.2012
  2. Railway Recruitment Cell, North Eastern Railway, Gorakhpur requires 1080 Peon, Gateman, Safaiwala, Trackman, Khalasi, Helper, etc. Last Date: 10.09.2012
  3. Punjab National Bank requires 740 Specialist Officers in different scales/ streams Last Date for online registration :17.08.2012
  4. Assam Rifles, Shillong requires 719 ORA, Plumber, Blacksmith, Draftsman, Armourer, Metalsmith, Upholster, etc. Last Date : 08.09.2012
  5. Machine Tool Prototype Factory, Ambarnath requires 237 Electrician, Carpenter, Welder, Examiner, Fitter, Machinist, Miller, Turner, etc. Last Date : 21 days after publication
  6. Indo-Tibetan Border Police Force requires 123 Inspector, Sub-Inspector, Assistant Sub- Inspector, Head Constable, Constable in various discipline Last Date : 11.09.2012

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  1. subir says:

    can u plz mention the age as on day of application.

  2. suresh says:

    sent the qualification details,

  3. Sushil says:

    Regulation of Pension in the case of an employee of Central Autonomous body apetniopd on immediate absorption basis in Central Government service.An employee having 17 years of service in a permanent capacity in a Central Government Autonomous body (Pensionable service- following CCS(Pension Rules,1972)), submitted technical resignation and joined the Central Government service in August 1989 on immediate permanent absorption basis. For the service under the Central Autonomous body, he was granted pro-rata pension and gratuity from the Pension Fund constituted and maintained by the Autonomous body. As per the option available at that time, he drew 100 % lumpsum payment in lieu of pension. The employee is therefore not entitled to count the qualifying service under the Autonomous body as qualifying service under the Central Government for pension. On completion of 15 years, one-third of the pension was restored. The officer has now completed 22 years of qualifying service under the Central Government service and is retiring. As per the latest orders, issued by the Government of India based on the recommendations of the Sixth Pay Commission Report, those who have completed 20 years of qualifying service is eligible for full pension at 50 % of the Average emoluments or the last pay + Grade Pay, which ever is higher. Is he not eligible for the full pension from the Central Government Office as he has completed more than the minimum qualifying service of 20 years in the Central Government.

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