Applications are invited from Indian citizens for appointment for the following posts of Constables in BSF :
How to Apply : Application in the prescribed format should be sent to the respective IG/ DIG BSF in different States of India as per the details given in the advertisement on or before last date .
For more information and application form, please view http://bsf.nic.in/doc/
Bihar State Milk Co-operative Federation Ltd
Dairy Development Complex; Post :- B.V. College, Patna
Educational Requirements: The incumbent should be MBA (Marketing) with adequate knowledge of liquid milk and milk products markets of Delhi and suburban areas
Qualifications: He will be responsible for strengthening distribution and retail network of Sudha milk and milk products in Delhi & NCR. He should be well conversant with the logistics of liquid milk marketing and all other statutory requirements related with this work.
Experience Requirements: The incumbent should have atleast five (5) years of experience of working in Milk Cooperative Federations/Dairies and marketing of branded milk and milk products.
Details will be available at: http://www.sudha.coop/DataFiles/CMS/file/COMFED_Marketing_Consultant.pdf
No of Post: 01
How To Apply: Application & resume may be sent by Post/Courier to Human Resource Consultant on the above mentioned address so as to reach on or before 5th August, 2014 by 5 PM. Shortlisted candidates will be invited for interview by COMFED Management. COMFED reserves the right to reject any or all applications without assigning any reason.
Last Date: 5th August, 2014 by 5 PM
Age Limit: Below 60 Years
The Bihar Electricity Regulatory Commission has been established by the Government of Bihar under Section 17 of the Electricity Regulatory Commissions Act,1998 vide Government of BiharNotification no. 1284 dated 15th April, 2002.The Electricity Regulatory Commissions Act, 1998 along with the Indian Electricity Act, 1910 and Electricity (Supply) Act, 1948 was repealed by Section 185 of the Electricity Act, 2003.The first proviso of Section 82 (1) has ensured continuity of the Commission along with that of State Electricity Regulatory Commissions by laying down that the State Regulatory Commission established by the State Govt. under Section 17 of Electricity Regulatory Commissions Act, 1998, and functioning as such immediately before the appointed date shall be the State Commission for the purpose of the Electricity Act, 2003.
Bihar Electricity Regulatory Commission is inviting applications from indian citizens for recruiting following posts:
Age Limits:Candidates upper age limit for direct appointment is 37 years for UR (Male), 40 years for UR (Female) and BC/EBC and 42 years for SC/ST candidates. The upper age limit for retired employees is 63 years. Cut off date for determining age limit is 01-01-2014. Selection Process: Candidates will be selected based on performance in Test/Interview/Personal Talk.
Qualification:Candidates must possess Graduation in Electrical/ Power Engg for Post 1, Bachelor's degree in Engineering (Electrical) for Post 2, Commerce Graduation for Post 3 and Passed in 10th (Matric) or equivalent for Post 4 with relevant experience.
How to Apply: Eligible candidates may send their applications in prescribed format along with self attested copies of relevant certificates, in an envelope on top with Name of the Post, send by speed/Registered post addressed to Secretary, Bihar Electricity Regulatory Commission, Vidyut Bhawan I, J.L Nehru Marg, Patna 80021 on or before 14-08-2014 till 05.00 PM.
Kolkata Port Trust intends to fill up the post of Secretary in the scale of pay of Rs. 51,300-73,000/- by deputation from the employees working in Govt./PSUs or Autonomous Bodies. For details of the post kindly visit KoPT's website at www.kolkataporttrust.gov.in The last date of receipt of application is 1st September, 2014.
It Will Prevent Patients From Undergoing Costly, Unnecessary Invasive Procedures Like Biopsies
A simple blood test developed by British scientists might turn out to be a giant leap in cancer diagnostics.Researchers from the University of Bradford say their test will enable doctors to rule out cancer in patients presenting with certain symptoms, saving time and preventing costly and unnecessary invasive procedures such as colonoscopies and biopsies.
Early results have shown the method gives a high degree of accuracy diagnosing
cancer and pre-cancerous conditions from the blood of patients with melanoma, colon cancer and lung cancer.The Lymphocyte Genome Sensitivity (LGS) test looks at white blood cells and measures the damage caused to their DNA when subjected to different intensities of ultraviolet light (UVA), which is known to damage DNA. The results of the study show a clear distinction between the damage to the white blood cells from patients with cancer, with pre-cancerous conditions and from healthy patients.
Professor Diana Anderson,
from the University’s School of Life Sciences led the research.“White blood cells are part of the body’s natural defence system,” she said.
“We know that they are under stress when they are fighting cancer or other diseases, so I wondered whether anything measureable could be seen if we put them under further stress with UVA light. We found that people with cancer have DNA which is more easily damaged by ultraviolet light than other people, so the test shows the sensitivity to damage of all the DNA — the genome — in a cell.”
This study looked at blood samples taken from 208 individuals. The samples were coded, anonymised, randomised and then exposed to UVA light through five different depths of agar (a type of culture medium).The UVA damage was observed in the form of pieces of DNA being pulled in an electric field towards the positive end of the field, causing a comet-like tail. In the LGS test, the longer the tail the more is the DNA damage and the measurements correlated to those patients who were ultimately diagnosed with can
cer (58), those with pre-cancerous conditions (56) and those who were healthy (94).“These are early results completed on three different types of cancer and we accept that more research needs to be done; but these results so far are remarkable,” said Professor Anderson. Professor Anderson believes that if the LGS proves to be a useful cancer diagnostic test, it would be a highly valuable addition to the more traditional investigative procedures for detecting cancer.
Sources @ http://epaperbeta.timesofindia.com/Article.aspx?eid=31808&articlexml=Now-a-simple-blood-test-can-detect-cancer-30072014023004
Banaras Hindu University
Applications are invited for the following temporary research positions under different Govt, of India projects under me. Under MNRE Mission Mode Project 1 (a), under DST Nano Mission Project 2 (a) and under MNRE-HEC Project 3 (a). 3(b). 3(c) & 3 (d). For details see BHU website www.bhu.ac.in or contact on e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org
Indian Institute of Management Ahmedabad
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Interested candidates are advised to APPLY ONLINE ONLY by 11/08/2014.
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