Uttar Pradesh Assistant Teacher recruitment notification 2018 has officially released on 25-January-2018 for total 68500 vacancies! But only UPTET or CTET Passed candidates can apply for UP Assistant Teacher vacancy 2018. This is very good opportunity for all those candidates who want to become the teacher in Uttar Pradesh. In this article, we are sharing UP Assistant Teacher district wise vacancy detail, Eligibility criteria, Exam dates. Candidates can also read latest government jobs from here. The exam will be conducted on 12th-March-2018. The link is also activated for online registration. Check out instruction & direct link to fill the online application form for UP Assistant Teacher 2018.
Uttar Pradesh Basic Education Board (UPBEB) has released a notification for the recruitment of 68,500 Assistant Teachers. Interested candidates may check the vacancy details and apply online from 25-01-2018 to 05-02-2018.
More details about UPBEB Recruitment (2018), including number of vacancies, eligibility criteria, selection procedure, how to apply and important dates, are given below:
Age Limit : Up to 40 Years Is Allowed .
Total – 68500 Posts
Expected District Wise Vacancies are here under….
|District||No. of Posts|
|Kushi Nagar||1600 Posts|
|Lakhimpurkhiri & Behraich||1700 posts Each|
|Agra & Devriya||1200 Posts|
|Basti :||1400 Posts|
|Amethi & Banda||1100 Posts|
|Ambedkar Nagar||1000 Posts|
|Santkabir Nagar||1000 Posts|
|Siddhartha Nagar||1150 Posts|
Educational Qualification :
Candidates Who have two year D.El.Ed., BTC, Two Years BTC from Distance Education, D.El.Ed Special Education, Specific BTC, BTC Urdu, a Degree of Four Year B.El.Ed. and Passing Teacher Eligibility Examination Can Apply.
Candidates should have passed Bachelor’s Degree in any stream from a recognised university with 2 years BTC recognised by NCTE/2 years Diploma (D.Ed.) from Indian Rehabilitation Centre (RCI) or equivalent with 4 years Degree in Bachelor of Elementary Education (B.El.Ed.) and should have passed primary level UPTET/CTET.
Application Fee :
There will be a Application Fee for the General candidates Will be Rs. 600/- & Rs. 400/- for Reserved Candidates. So All the Candidates Should fill the Application Fee while Submitting the Application Form. The Application fee also will be mention in the Upcoming Advertisement.
How to Apply :
The Candidates Will have to Fill the Application in Online Mode…..No Other Mode Will be Accepted….Get the Detailed Notification & Guidelines to Apply through the Link given Below..
RECRUITMENT OF JUNIOR ASSOCIATES
(CUSTOMER SUPPORT & SALES) IN STATE BANK OF INDIA
(Advertisement No. CRPD/CR/2017-18/10)
ONLINE REGISTRATION OF APPLICATION AND PAYMENT OF FEES: 20.01.2018 To 10.02.2018
Preliminary Examination will be conducted tentatively in the month of March/April 2018 and Main Examination will be conducted tentatively on 12.05.2018. Candidates are advised to check regularly Bank’s website https://bank.sbi/careers or https://www.sbi.co.in/careers for details and updates. The examination will be as detailed under point No. 4 Selection procedure.
Applications are invited from eligible Indian Citizens for appointment as Junior Associate (Customer Support & Sales) in clerical cadre in State Bank of India. Candidates can apply for vacancies in one State only. Candidates can appear for the test only once under this recruitment project. The candidates applying for vacancies of a particular State, should be proficient (reading, writing, speaking and understanding) in the specified opted local language of that State (mentioned in the under given vacancy table against each state/UT).The test for knowledge of specified opted local language will be conducted as a part of selection process. It will be conducted after qualifying the online main examination but before joining the Bank. Candidates who fail to qualify this test will not be offered appointment. Candidates who produce 10th or 12th standard marksheet/ certificate evidencing having studied the specified opted local language will not be required to undergo the language test.
Now environment plays a major role here. A quiet place with a suitable environment. Whether it is your room or a library, choose an atmosphere that is silent & free of distractions in order to concentrate. It should be away from the TV, pets, and anything else that spells for an easy distraction. What’s more, you want a comfy chair and good lighting. There should be no strain on your back, neck, or eyes – pain is also a distraction.
for eg. don’t sit in front of TV while studying you won’t be able to concentrate on your studies and you will also get strain in your neck.
All the material that you need should be there with you at the time of studying. When you have started once you should not roam around to get the things, it will distract you.
You should be light food along with you while studying, chocolate would be fine. Don’t take heavy meal while studying. Stay away from coffee or caffeine products. Instead of that take fresh juice.
Now this is important that you should always be hydrated, benefits of hydration is more. Like you wont feel fatigue etc. Drinking water can improve the brain’s ability to complete tasks that require a rapid response. Chronic dehydration can cause migraines and stress and reduce your ability to concentrate and focus on studies.
While studying stay way from mobile, laptops or any other electronic devices. This will help you avoid temptations to be off-task and allow you to stay on your plan. Only use your computer, if you need it for your studies; otherwise, it’s just an unnecessary risk. As for your phone – put it in airplane mode unless you need it on for an emergency.
You can take take 5 minutes break after studying like 25 minutes. Or you can take 10 minutes break after studying 50 minutes. Believe me guys this will help you a lot.
Make a time table, just not only make it but follow it as well.]]>
•Post Name: Civil Police Officer
•No. of Vacancies: 375
•Pay Scale: Rs. 22,200-48,000
Job Location: Kerala
Eligibility Criteria for KPSC Civil Police Officer:
Educational Qualification: Candidates should have passed 10+2 or equivalent in any stream from a recognised board.
Age Limit: Minimum 18 years and Maximum 26 years
Selection Process: Selection of candidates will be made on the basis of Online Test/Written Test/OMR Test.
Application Fee: No Application Fee
How to Apply: Interested and eligible candidates may apply online through KPSC website – https://www.keralapsc.gov.in/ – from 30-12-2017 to 31-01-2018.
• STARTING DATE OF ONLINE APPLICATION: 30-12-2017
• LAST DATE OF ONLINE APPLICATION: 31-01-2018
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UP Police Constable Recruitment 2018 – Uttar Pradesh police 41,520 Vacancies for Constable
Uttar Pradesh Police Recruitment and Promotion Board (UPPRPB) has released a notification for the recruitment of 41,520 Constables in Resident Citizen Police and Reserved Territorial Armed Constabulary. Interested candidates may check the vacancy details and apply online from 22-01-2018 to 22-02-2018. UP Police Constable Recruitment 2018 – Uttar Pradesh police 41,520 Vacancies for Constable .
More details about UPPRPB Recruitment (2018), including number of vacancies, eligibility criteria, selection procedure, how to apply and important dates, are given below:
•Post Name: Resident Citizen Police
•No. of Vacancies: 23,520
•Pay Scale: Rs. 5,200-20,200
•Grade Pay: Rs. 2,000
•Post Name: Reserved Territorial Armed Constabulary
•No. of Vacancies: 18,000
•Pay Scale: Rs. 5,200-20,200
•Grade Pay: Rs. 2,000
Job Location: Uttar Pradesh
Eligibility Criteria for UPPRPB Constables:
Educational Qualification: Candidates should have passed 10+2 or equivalent from a recognised board.
Age Limit (as on 01-07-2018):
For Male Candidates: Minimum 20 years and Maximum 22 years
For Female Candidates: Minimum 20 years and Maximum 25 years
Age Relaxation (For UP Domicile Only):
Sr. No. Category of Candidates Relaxation of Age Permissible
1. SC/ST Candidates 05 Years
2. OBC Candidates 05 Years
Selection Process: Selection of candidates will be made on the basis of Written Examination and Physical Test.
Application Fee: All candidates have to pay Rs. 400 through e-Challan OR using Net-banking/Credit or Debit Card.
How to Apply: Interested and eligible candidates may apply online through UPPRPB website – http://www.uppbpb.gov.in/ – from 22-01-2018 to 22-02-2018.
• STARTING DATE OF ONLINE APPLICATION: 22-01-2018
• LAST DATE OF ONLINE APPLICATION: 22-02-2018
• LAST DATE FOR SUBMITTING APPLICATION FEE: 23-02-2018
RECRUITMENT OF PROBATIONARY OFFICERS IN JUNIOR MANAGEMENT
GRADE SCALE-I ON SUCCESSFUL COMPLETION OF SPECIALLY DESIGNED
POST GRADUATE DIPLOMA IN BANKING & FINANCE (PGDBF) COURSE.
Canara Bank PO Recruitment 2018 . Canara Bank has released the notification for the Recruitment Of Probationary Officers In Junior Management Grade Scale-I On successful completion of specially designed Post Graduate Diploma In Banking and Finance (PGDBF) Course.Canara Bank, a leading Public Sector Bank with Head Office in Bengaluru and pan
India presence with over 6100 branches, invites ON-LINE APPLICATIONS, from the eligible candidates to apply for admissions to the specially designed One year training course leading to Post Graduate Diploma in Banking and Finance (PGDBF) either through Manipal Global Education Services Pvt Ltd., Bengaluru or NITTE Education International Pvt Ltd., Mangaluru, which are recognised by UGC.
1. The course comprises of 9 months of classroom studies and 3 months
internship at Canara Bank’s Branches / Offices.
Candidates will be selected for admission to the course at either of the above two institutes through selection process consisting of online objective test followed by Group Discussion and Personal Interview. On successful completion of the course, candidates will be awarded with “Post Graduate Diploma in Banking and Finance (PGDBF)” from that institute and the candidates would be offered appointment in the Bank as Probationary Officer in Junior Management Grade Scale-I.
A Degree (Graduation) with a minimum of 60% marks (55% for SC/ST/PWBD) or equivalent grade, in any discipline from a University recognised by the Government of India or any equivalent qualification recognized as such by the Central Government.
AGE: Minimum 20 years – Maximum 30 years i.e. a candidate must have
been born not earlier than 02.01.1988 and not later than 01.01.1998 (both
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If your in-class notes are messy, unorganized, and unclear at first glance, you’re not going to get much use out of them. This has nothing to do with how neat your handwriting is — it’s all about how your notes are structured.
One of the most effective ways to remember (and understand) what you are learning in class is to take effective notes in the classroom.
Better notes will help you remember concepts, develop meaningful learning skills, and gain a better understanding of a topic. Effective notes will even lead to less stress when test time comes around!
Learning how to take better study notes in class helps improve recall and understanding of what you are learning because it:
Using different note taking strategies is important, especially as you progress through high school and transition to college or university. There are several note taking techniques you can use to start taking better notes in class.
The Cornell note taking method helps organize class notes into easily digestible summaries. This method is effective because the main points, details, study cues, and summary are all written in one place.
The paper is divided into 3 sections: a 2.5” margin to the left, a 2” summary section on the bottom, and a main 6” in-class note section.
The Mapping note taking method is a more visual way to organize your class notes. This technique is useful when learning about relationships between topics.
The page is organized by topic. The main topics branch out into subtopics with detailed information about each.
The Outlining note taking method uses headings and bullet points to organize topics. This method is most useful when learning about topics that include a lot of detail.
Each section starts with a heading of the main topic. Each subtopic and supporting fact is written underneath the proper heading.
Charting note taking method uses columns to organize information. This method is useful for lessons that cover a lot of facts or relationships between topics.
The page is divided into columns labeled by category. The details of each category are filled out in the rows below.
TOP 10 EXAM TIPS
Exams are inevitable for students, but they don’t have to be painful. These tips can help you get ready for and get through your exams. They can also help you prepare for tests and class presentations, and tackle in-class assignments.
> 1. Find out about the exam
> 2. Ask for help
> 3. Sort out your subject material
> 4. Review past exam papers
> 5. Know where to go
> 6. Don’t cram
> 7. Keep your cool
> 8. Use your reading time
> 9. Break the questions down
> 10. Review your answers
> Come up with your own strategies
1. Find out about the exam
Know your enemy – find out as much as you can about the exam. Questions to ask include:
How much is the exam worth to your overall mark in the subject?
What type of exam is it (for example, multiple choice, essay, open book, take-home)?
Will there be a choice of questions or tasks?
How much will each question or task be worth?
2. Ask for help
Don’t feel bad if you need to ask for help. People you can talk to about exams include:
friends and fellow students.
3. Sort out your subject material
Before starting to review a subject it helps to:
check you have all of the handouts
put your notes in order
read over any course outline or subject guide
write your own summaries of each textbook chapter or section of the subject guide.
Getting all your gear together makes it easier to find what you need while you’re studying.
4. Review past exam papers
Get your hands on any old exam papers from the subject and familiarise yourself with the structure and format. Places you can get past exam papers from include:
your teacher or lecturer
your school or university library.
When reviewing, practice answering the questions within the specified time limits.
5. Know where to go
Make sure you know where and when the exam is happening. You don’t want to miss your exam! Here’s how to make sure that doesn’t happen to you.
Check your exam timetable for time and place details.
Do a practise run to find out how long it takes to get there.
Make a list of everything you need to take with you (for example, calculator, pencil, ruler).
Do some study at same time as your exams (for example, if you have an early morning exam, practise getting up and studying earlier in the day).
6. Don’t cram
Staying up all night to cram will only stress you out. It’s better to just review what you’ve already studied and get an early night. That way you’ll be as refreshed as you can be on the day of your exam.
If you want to do some preparation the night before, keep it simple:
get all your materials together
read over your notes
test yourself on key concepts
set your alarm.
7. Keep your cool
Fronting up to an exam can be nerve-wracking, but here are some tips for staying calm:
Don’t talk too much to other students before the exam.
Try to get there with time to spare so you don’t arrive all rushed.
Make sure you have a decent breakfast.
Listen to some inspiring music on the way to the exam.
Wear your lucky shirt or bring a lucky charm (if you have one).
8. Use your reading time
The way you use your reading time can really help you make the most of your exam time. Here are some ways to use your reading time well:
Read all of the instructions very carefully.
Scan the whole exam paper.
Check how many pages there are.
Check how much each question is worth (it helps to spend more time on heavier weighted questions).
Plan which questions to answer first (consider starting with questions you’re confident about).
Plan how much time you’ll spend on each answer or section.
Start thinking about your answers.
9. Break the questions down
A great tip for any exam is to break the questions down to make sure you really understand what you’re being asked.
Look for the key parts of the question. These can give you clues on how to answer it.
For example, for the question, “Explain the difference between study and revision”, you could split this question into four parts:
Explain – give reasons to show how or why something is the way it is.
The difference – what are the distinguishing factors between study and revision?
Study – what is study?
Revision- what is revision?
10. Review your answers (if you can)
If you finish the exam before the time is up it’s a good idea to go back over everything, even answers you’re confident you got right. Try to:
review as many answers as you can
start with the questions you’re least confident about
make sure you’ve answered every question
make sure you’ve answered every part of every question (some questions might have multiple parts).
•Post Name: Deputy Manager
•No. of Vacancies: 50
•Pay Scale: Rs. 31,705-45,950
Job Location: All India
Eligibility Criteria for SBI Deputy Manager:
Educational Qualification: Candidates should have passed Chartered Accountant (CA) from Institute of Chartered Accountants of India.
Age Limit (as on 30-06-2017): Minimum 21 years and Maximum 35 years
Sr. No. Category of Candidates Relaxation of Age Permissible
1. SC/ST Candidates 05 Years
2. OBC Candidates (Non-Creamy Layer) 03 Years
3. Ex-servicemen 05 Years
4. PWD Candidates 10 Years
5. Persons ordinarily domiciled in the Kashmir Division of the state of Jammu & Kashmir during the period 01-01-1980 to 31-12-1989. 05 Years
Selection Process: Selection of candidates will be made on the basis of Online Written Test and Personal Interview/Group Discussion.
Application Fee: General/UR/OBC candidates have to pay Rs. 600 (application fee including intimation charges) and SC/ST/PWD candidates have to pay Rs. 100 (intimation charges only) through online mode using Net-banking/Credit or Debit Card.
How to Apply: Interested and eligible candidates may apply online through SBI website – https://www.sbi.co.in/careers/ – from 05-01-2018 to 28-01-2018.
• STARTING DATE OF ONLINE APPLICATION: 05-01-2018
• LAST DATE OF ONLINE APPLICATION: 28-01-2018
• DATE FOR DOWNLOADING CALL LETTER (TENTATIVE): 12-02-2018
• DATE OF EXAMINATION (TENTATIVE): 25-02-2018