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    Guru Purnima गुरु पूर्णिमा

    Guru Purnima गुरु पूर्णिमा
    V yas Purnima is celebrated in worshipping Guru Ved Vyas. His parents were Parashar Rishi and Matsyagandha. Ved Vyas is remembered on this day because he had taken on the great task of actually classifying the Vedas. In ancient times, people passed on the Vedas from one generation to the next by word of mouth, but Ved Vyas collected them so that they could be read. He also wrote the Mahabharat and Shrimad Bhagwat. Since he provided the world with such great knowledge, he is known as the original Guru of Hindu Dharma.

    Vyas Purnima, which is now more commonly known as Guru Purnima is celebrated in respect to all Gurus. On Vyas Purnima, the shishya (student or devotee) offers pujan to the Guru. In Sanskrit, ‘Gu’ means darkness and ‘Ru’ is to remove the darkness. A Guru is one who removes the darkness from our life and gives us knowledge. A Guru teaches us the right path to reach God.

    We sing the shlok:
    Guru Brahma Guru Vishnu Gururdevo Maheshwaraha
    Guruhu sakshat Parambrahma tasmai Shri gurave namaha.

    It means that the Guru is Brahma, Vishnu and Shiv and through him God, or Parabrahma is present. This shlok shows the importance of a Guru in our lives. It is only through a Guru that we can reach God.

    On Guru Purnima, we should remember and offer devotion to our beloved Guru, His Divine Holiness Pramukh Swami Maharaj. He is the only one that can teach us right from wrong and how to correctly live our lives. Pramukh Swami Maharaj gives us true knowledge and brings us out of darkness. For us, darkness comes in the form of television, eating out, going to the theatre and chatting, which take us further away from Maharaj. We should pray so that we are able to follow Pramukh Swami Maharaj’s commands by which we can earn his blessings.

    Navik (Domestic Branch - DB) Batch 01/2015 entry

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    Applications are invited from male Indian Nationals possessing educational qualifications and age as prescribed below, for recruitment to the post of Navik ( Domestic Branch ) in the Indian Coast Guard  :
    • Navik ( Domestic Branch) (Cook & Steward)  in the Pay Scale : Rs. 5200 - 20200 with Rs. 1900 Grade Pay, Qualification: Matriculate with 50% marks,  Age: 18-22 years as on Born between 01 April 1993 and 31 March 1997.  
    How to Apply : Application in the prescribed format should be send on or before 25/07/2014 (last date is 31/07/2014 for the candidates from far-flung areas).

    UPSC invites Online application by 31/07/2014 for various posts in various Government of India Ministries and Departments in the prescribed format

    UPSC invites Online application by 31/07/2014 for following  various posts in various Government of India Ministries and Departments in the prescribed format. The posts are :
    1. Assistant Directors (Regulation & Information) : 04 posts (OBC-1, UR-3)  in Directorate Generalof Civil Aviation, Ministry of Civil Aviation 
    2. Principals Grade-II : 08 posts (ST-1, OBC-2, UR-5)in Ordnance Factory Board, Kolkata, Department of Defence Production, Ministry of Defence 
    3. Joint Drugs Controller (India) : 01 post (UR-1) in Central Drugs Standardization Control Organization (CDSCO) under the Directorate General of Health Services, Ministry of Health & Family Welfare  
    4. Assistant Cost Account Officers : 14 posts (SC-1, ST-1, OBC-3, UR-9) in Geological Survey of India, Ministry of Mines 
    5. Professor : 01 post (OBC-1) in Civil Engineering (Technical) in Ch.Brahm Prakash Govt. Engineering College, Training & Technical Education Department, Govt. of NCT of Delhi.
    6. Specialists, Gr.II, ( Jr.Scale) : 08 posts (ST-1, OBC-2, UR-5) in Anaesthesiology at Directorate of Health & Family Welfare Services, Govt. of Puducherry.
      Four Specialists, Gr.II, (Jr.Scale)
      : 04 posts (SC-1, OBC-1, UR-2) in Medicine at Directorate of Health & Family Welfare Services, Govt. of Puducherry.
    7. Specialists, Gr.II, (Jr.Scale) : 05 posts (ST-1, OBC-1, UR-3) in Paediatrics at Directorate of Health & Family Welfare Services, Govt. of Puducherry
    8. Specialists, Gr.II, ( Jr.Scale) : 02 posts (ST-1, UR-1) in Surgery at Directorate of Health & Family Welfare Services, Govt. of Puducherry
    9. Specialists, Gr.II, ( Jr.Scale) : 07 posts (SC-1, OBC-2, UR-4). in Radio Diagnosis at Directorate of Health & Family Welfare Services, Govt. of Puducherry. 
    How to Apply : Candidates should apply Online at UPSC website http://upsc online.nic.in/ora/candidate/ VacancyNoticePub.php on or before 31/07/2014

    For Details of posts, qualification, instructions and application format relating to Advt. No. 12/2014, please visit UPSC web site at http://upsc online.nic.in/ora/candidate/ VacancyNoticePub.php (At Top) or at http://www.upsc.gov.in/ recruitment/advt/2014/12_2014. pdf

    Uttar Bihar Gramin Bank (UBGB) invites applications from Indian citizens, for the post of Officer in Middle Management Grade (Scale III), Officer in Middle Management Grade (Scale II), Officer in Junior Management (Scale I) Cadre and Office Assistant (Multipurpose)

    Uttar Bihar Gramin Bank (UBGB) invites applications from Indian citizens, for the post of Officer in Middle Management Grade (Scale III), Officer in Middle Management Grade (Scale II), Officer in Junior Management (Scale I) Cadre and Office Assistant (Multipurpose) from Indian citizens who have been declared qualified at the Online CWE for RRBs conducted by IBPS during September/ October 2013 :
    1. Officer (General Banking) MMG Scale -III : 04 posts
    2. Officer (General Banking)  MMG Scale –II : 48 posts
    3. Officer (General Banking)  JMG Scale - I : 373  posts
    4. Office Assistant (Multipurpose) : 430 posts
    Application fee : Rs.100/- (Rs.20/- for SC/ST) to be paid by Challan form in any branch of Uttar Bihar Gramin Bank.

    How to Apply : Apply Online at UBGB website from 10/07/2014 to 25/07/2014 only.

    Please visit http://www.ubgb.in for details and online application format.

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    District Health Society, Purnea (Bihar) invites application for various Posts

    District Health Society, Purnea
    1st Floor, Vikas Bhawan
    Collectorate Campus
    Purnea , Pin - 854301 (Bihar)


    Applications are invited for the following post for the preparation of Panel.
    1. District Programme Manager
    2. District Account Manager
    3. District Monitoring & Evalution Officer
    4. District Planning Cordinator
    5. District Community Mobilizer
    6. District Data Assistant (ASHA)
    7. Hospital Manager
    8. FRU Accountant
    9. Computer operator
    10. Office Assistant (Accountant)
    11. Block health Manager
    12. Block Accountant
    13. Block Community Mobilzer
    14. KTS
    15. Financial logistic Assistant

    Last Date of Application submission is 30/07/2014



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    HIGHLIGHTS OF THE RAILWAY BUDGET 2014-15

    HIGHLIGHTS OF THE RAILWAY BUDGET 2014-15
    Sources From http://www.indianrailways.gov.in/railwayboard/uploads/directorate/finance_budget/2014-15_Final/Budget%20Speech%202014-15%20Highlights%20_English_PDF.pdf 
    Thrust
    1. Safety 2. Project Delivery 3. Passenger Amenities/Services with focus on food services & on cleanliness, sanitation, toilets 4. Financial Discipline 5. Resource Mobilization 6. IT Initiatives 7. Transparency & System Improvements.
    Major Challenges facing the Railway System
          Vast tracts of hinterland waiting for rail connectivity.
          Railways expected to earn like a commercial enterprise but serve like a welfare organization.
          Railways carry Social Service Obligation of more than Rs 20,000 cr by carrying services below cost. This is nearly 16.6% of GTR and is almost half of Railways’ Plan Outlay under budgetary sources.
          Surplus revenues declining; Hardly any adequate resources for its development works.
          Tariff policy adopted lacked rational approach; passenger fares kept lower than costs; loss per passenger kilometer increased from 10 Paise per Km in 2000-01 to 23 Paise in 2012-13.
          ‘Decade of Golden Dilemma’ - choosing between commercial and social viability.
          Share of Railways in freight traffic coming down consistently.
          Rs 5 lakh crore required for ongoing projects alone.
          Focus so far in sanctioning more and more projects with inadequate prioritization rather than completing them; Of the 674 projects worth Rs 1,57,883 cr sanctioned in the last 30 years, only 317 could be completed. Completing the balance requires Rs 1,82,000 cr.
          Most of Gross Traffic Receipts is spent on fuel, salary and pension, track & coach maintenance and on safety works . In the year 2013-14, Gross Traffic Receipts were Rs 1,39,558 crore and total Working Expenses were Rs 1,30,321 crore,
          The surplus, after paying obligatory dividend and lease charges, was Rs 11,754 crore in 2007-08 and is estimated to be ^ 602 crore in the current financial year.


    Course Correction and Initiatives
          Works to be re-prioritized with more focus on doubling and tripling to decongest the over-utilized network.
          Recent fare and tariff hike to mop additional revenue of about Rs 8,000 cr.
          Alternate resource mobilization need to be explored as enlisted.
    o Leveraging Railway PSU Resources by bringing in their investible surplus funds in infrastructure projects of Railways.
    o Domestic investments and FDI in rail infrastructure.
    o Pursuing Public Private Partnership.
          Near Plan-holiday approach.
          Prioritizing and setting timelines for completion of the ongoing projects.
          Decision Support System for project implementation.
          Strategic partnerships and transparency in procurements.
          Aggressive indigenization of imported products.
          Developing locomotives, coaches and wagon leasing Market.
    Passenger     Amenities/Services     &     Station     Management     -     including Cleanliness & Catering
          Provision of foot-over bridges, escalators, lifts, etc. at all major stations including through PPP route.
          Provision of sufficient water supply, platform shelters and toilets at Railway Stations.
          Battery operated cars for differently-abled and senior citizens at platforms of all major stations.
          Involvement    of   individuals,    NGOs,    Trusts,    Charitable    Institutions, Corporates to provide passenger amenities at stations.
          Provision of workstations in select trains on payment basis.
          Expanding scope of online booking of train, coaches, berth & chair car.
          Introduction of parking cum platform combo tickets.
          E-booking of railway retiring rooms.
          Introduction of Ready-to-eat meals of reputed brands in a phased manner.


          Introduction of Quality Assurance Mechanism through Third Party Audit by NABCB certified agencies.
          Launching feedback service through IVRS on the quality of food.
          Setting up of Food Courts at major stations for providing regional cuisine while onboard through emails, SMS and Smart Phones, etc. Pilot project between New Delhi-Amritsar and New Delhi-Jammu Tawi sections.
          Substantial increase of 40% in budget allocation for cleanliness.
          Outsourcing of cleaning activities at 50 major stations to professional agencies.
          Setting up of separate Housekeeping Wing for maintaining cleanliness and sanitation at stations.
          Setting up of Corpus Fund at Stations’ upkeep.
          Extending use of CCTVs at stations to monitor cleanliness activities.
          Printing of all India level complaint/helpline number on PRS tickets and introduction of system of third party inspections.
          Extension of onboard Housekeeping services to all important trains.
          Increasing mechanized laundries for quality bedrolls in AC coaches.
          Introduction of RO drinking water units at Stations and in trains on experimental basis.
    * Encouraging reputed and willing NGOs, charitable institutions and Corporate Houses for adopting and maintaining stations.
    Measures for improving Safety & Security
          Provision of Rs 1,785 crore for Road-over-bridges and Road-under-bridges; speedy clearances, online design standardization and decentralised sanctioning powers.
          Multi-pronged approach to eliminating Unmanned Level Crossings.
          Advanced technology for rail-flaw detection - Vehicle Borne Ultrasonic Flaw Detection System to detect rail and weld fractures and pilot trials on Ultrasonic Broken Rail Detection System (UBRD) at two locations.
          Safety standards to match international practices. Simulation Center to study causes of accidents.
          Pilot project on Automatic door closing in mainline and sub-urban coaches.
          4000 women RPF constables to be recruited in addition to 7000 RPF constables.


          RPF escorting teams in trains to be provided mobile phones helping passengers in contacting them in distress. Coaches for ladies will be escorted. Care to be taken for ladies travelling alone.
          Building boundary walls around stations through PPP route to be explored.
    Green Initiatives
          Harnessing solar energy by utilizing roof top spaces of stations, railway buildings and land including through PPP mode.
          Use of bio-diesel up to 5% of total diesel fuel consumption.
          Increasing bio-toilets in sufficient numbers in trains to mitigate the problem of direct discharge of human waste on the tracks and platforms.
    Rail Tourism
          Eco-Tourism and Education Tourism in Northeastern States.
          Special Packaged trains on identified pilgrim circuits like Devi Circuit, Jyotirling Circuit, Jain Circuit, Christian Circuit, Muslim/Sufi Circuit, Sikh Circuit, Buddhist Circuit, Famous Temple Circuit, etc.
          Tourist Train from Gadag to Pandarpur via Bagalkot, Bijapur and Solapur covering the pilgrim and tourist places of Karnataka and Maharashtra.
          Tourist Train from Rameshwaram covering pilgrim and tourist places like Bengaluru, Chennai, Ayodhya, Varanasi and Haridwar.
          Special Train featuring life and work of Swami Vivekananda.
    IT Initiatives including revamping reservation system
          Revamping Railway Reservation System into Next Generation e-Ticketing System.
          E-ticketing to support 7200 tickets per minutes to allow 1,20,000 simultaneous users.
          Augmentation of Coin operated Automatic Ticket Vending Machines.
          Provision of platform tickets and unreserved tickets over internet.
          Shift towards large scale Integrated computerization of major functions of Indian Railways to take place.
    o       Paperless offices in Indian Railways in 5 years.
    o       Wi-fi Services in A1 and A category stations and in select trains.
    o       Real-time tracking of trains and rolling stock.
    o       Mobile based Wakeup Call System for passengers.
    o       Mobile based Destination Arrival Alert.



    o    Station Navigation Information System.
    o    Extension   of Dual Display Fare Repeaters   at all the Ticket
    Counters through PPP. o    Digital reservation charts at Stations (Bangalore model). o    Extension of Computerized Parcel Management System. o    Extension of logistics support to various e-commerce Companies
    by providing designated pick-up centres at identified Stations. o    Providing   education   to   children   of Railway   staff at remote
    locations through Railtel OFC (optical fibre cable) network.
       GIS mapping and Digitisation of Railway land.
    Staff Welfare
          Per capita contribution to Staff Benefit Fund increased from Rs 500 to Rs 800.
          Special scheme for meritorious wards of railway persons.
          Hospital Management Information System to integrate all railway health units and hospital.
          Provision of air-conditioned loco cabins to be examined.
    Training
          Setting up of Railway University for both technical and non-technical subjects.
          Tie up with technical institutions for introducing railway oriented subjects for graduation and skill development.
          Short duration courses for ground level officers.
          Exposure to specialized areas like high-speed, heavy haul operations, etc., for all level of staff and officials at institutes in India and abroad.
    Speed of Trains
          Bullet train proposed on identified Mumbai-Ahemdabad sector.
          Setting up of Diamond Quadrilateral Network of High Speed Rail connecting major metros and growth centers of the country; Rs 100 cr provided for initiating the project.
          Increasing of speed of trains to 160-200 kmph in select 9 sectors.
          All experimental stoppages to lapse after 30.09.2014.
          Only operational feasibility and commercial justifications for new stoppages; alternate train connectivity to meet genuine demands.



    Resource Augmentation
          PPP through BOT and Annuity route and identification of 8 to 10 capacity augmentation projects on congested routes; Zonal Railways to be suitably empowered to finalize and execute such projects.
          Facilitating connectivity to new and upcoming ports through PPP.
          Speedy work on critical coal connectivity lines to bring nearly 100 MT of incremental traffic to Railways and facilitating faster transportation of coal to power houses.
          Developing identified stations to international standards with modern facilities on lines of newly developed airports through PPP mode.
          Setting up of Logistic Parks to modernize logistics operations; Top priority to mechanization of loading and unloading.
          Suitable pricing mechanism to garner additional revenue from empty flow - Pilot project for automatic rebate to customers offering traffic through computerized FOIS system.
          Launching scheme to facilitate procurement of parcel vans or parcel rakes by private parties.
          New design of parcel vans with better tare to pay load finalized.
          Setting up of Private Freight Terminal on PPP model to develop network of freight terminals.
          Boost to rail movement of fruit and vegetables in partnership with Central Railside Warehousing Corporation at 10 locations.
          Provision of special milk tanker trains in association with National Dairy Board and Amul to facilitate transportation of milk through rail.
    Other Initiatives
          Setting up of Project Management Groups consisting of professionals and State Government Officials at Railway Board and Zonal level for coordinating and expediting project management with respective State Governments.
          Establishing Innovations Incubation Centre to harness the ideas generated from staff and converting them into practical solutions.



          Summer internships for under-graduates of engineering and management studies.
          Structural Reforms - separation of overlapping roles of policy formulation and implementation.
          Top priority to transparency in administration and execution of projects.
          Adopting strategic procurement policies to make procurement process transparent and most efficient.
          Status of ongoing projects to be made available online.
          E-procurement to be made compulsory for procurements worth Rs 25 lakhs and more.
          Launching online registration of demands for wagons in next two months for facilitating online payment of Wagon registration fee.
          Initiating process for ERR (Electronic Railway Receipt) during the year.
          Introduction of corrosion-free wagons with low tare weight for movement of salt.
          Close monitoring of Dedicated Freight Corridor Project Implementation of Eastern and Western DFCs; Target of nearly 1000 kms of civil construction contracts.
    Metropolitan/Suburban Services
          Passenger centric focus to urban transport infrastructure by coordinating with other transport Ministries and Urban Bodies.
          864 additional state-of-the-art EMUs for Mumbai in two years.
          Study to explore possibility of enhancing existing IR network of Bengaluru for meeting better connectivity needs of Bengaluru city with its suburban areas and hinterland.
          Byyappanahalli in Bengaluru area to be developed as a coaching terminal.
    Financial Performance 2013-14
          Traffic growth declined and expenditure registered excess in 2013-14 as compared to Revised Estimates.
          Originating passengers achieved less by 46 million; and passenger earnings short by Rs 968 cr over Revised Estimates.
          Gross Traffic Receipts at Rs 1,39,558 cr though short of RE by Rs 942 cr grew by 12.8% over the previous year.



          Ordinary Working Expenses   and Pension outgo is higher than the Revised Estimates.
          The year ended with a surplus of Rs 3,783 cr by registering a shortfall of Rs 4,160 cr over the revised target.
          Dividend liability of ^ 8,010 cr to government fully discharged.

    UNION BUDGET 2014

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