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Career in Banking

Career in Banking



Banking today is a niche career for enthusiasts in the field of commerce and accounts. For the beginners, it is the first step towards understanding the global economy, discovering the challenges of the marketplace and identifying themselves with a career that provides them with tremendous opportunities, both within the country and abroad.

With new banks coming up every year owing to privatization of services, the industry indeed provides sufficient room for graduates in any field. If you are a student of BCom, you can get placed as a sales executive for loans, mortgages and insurance with any of the leading banks. All you need is good communication skills. Similarly, if you hold an MBA in finance from a good b-school, you can expect to be placed as a relationship manager. The salary packages are accordingly decided.


An admission to bachelor’s program in banking requires good percentage in Class XII. If you are a student from CBSE Board, you would require at least 80% overall to get admitted to a good college.

Besides, the skills expected from students to clear the interview include good communication skills, aptitude for banking, sales, marketing and money matters. If you are an enthusiast who loves trading in stocks, mutual funds, hedge funds and understands the pros and cons of availing personal loans and insurance policies, then it only adds to your career prospects.

It is recommended that you start preparing for CAT (Common Aptitude Test) right from college onwards so that you are ready and fully prepared to clear the entrance tests and get into a top b-school heading towards an excellent career in banking.

Banking programs introduced by various government and private organizations aim at equipping students with concepts, tools and techniques in the banking sector.

For instance, broadly, the bachelor’s degree program in Banking and Insurance offers specialization in the following areas:

•    Environment and Management of Financial Services
•    Micro Economics
•    Effective Banking Communication
•    Quantitative Techniques in Banking
•    Organizational behaviour in Banking organizations
•    Taxation of Financial Services
•    Laws relating to Banking & Insurance
•    Cost Accounting of B&I Services
•    Equity Debt
•    Corporate Laws governing Capital Markets
•    International Business Management in Banking Organizations
•    HRM in Banking Organizations
•    Strategic Planning in Banking organizations

Start Early

Banking is a career that offers opportunities to students from all streams, be it humanities, commerce or science. However, to make a career in banking, you must be good at analysing numbers, that is, your mathematics must be strong enough to interpret and analyse numerical data. You must be prepared for the Banking Entrance Exams and for the interviews that follow these entrance examinations.

Is it the Right Career for Me?

Banking as a career provides opportunities to students from all subjects. For instance, if you are a BA student with excellent communication skills, you can actually get placed with a banking BPO as process executive. Companies such as GE Money, Max New York and leading banks such as ICICI, HSBC, HDFC, Standard Chartered, American Express, to name a few, select students from colleges for their BPOs and KPOs.

Thus, choosing banking as a career is a wise option for those interested in growing fast in their careers and those who wish to get exposure to world markets at an early stage itself.

What would it Cost Me?

The fees structure for a banking bachelor’s degree varies from Rs 10,000 to Rs 100,000 depending on the college you select. Private institutions such as NIIT (National Institute of Information Technology) offer diploma programs that cost between Rs 1 and 2 lakhs.

For a post graduate diploma or master’s degree, you may be expected to spend anywhere between Rs 50,000 to Rs 7,00,000 based on the college you select.

Several colleges such as IIPM, Amity, Birla Institute for Insurance provide laptops to students and take them on student trips to foreign companies abroad. This, in addition, is the advantage of getting admission in a private institution.


There are several ways to fund your banking degree. You may approach banks for educational loans or if you are a working professional with an organization that offers study programs to employees, your company may fund your studies and allow you to repay after a few years.

Job Prospects

Job opportunities for graduates and post-graduates in banking are excellent in India. Once you complete a selective professional course in banking, you will immediately be offered a position as a banking sales officer with the private banks. Of course, your technical skills and basic communication skills do matter in the process.

Besides, positions in insurance, personal loans, mortgages, collections and back office operations are always vacant and offer all bright to average students to avail the opportunities presented.

Banks such as ICICI, HSBC, Kotak Mahindra, HDFC, Standard Chartered, Barclay’s, and American Express are some of the companies that hire banking students at all levels depending on the colleges they are recruiting from.

Pay Packet

The pay scales for banking student who is a fresher could vary anywhere from Rs 8,000 to Rs 20,000 to begin with. Students who have post graduated from top b-schools and banking institutions can expect up to Rs 8 lakhs per annum for the role of relationship managers depending on their overall scores and the college they are from.

Several banking companies recruit Indian students from the IIMs, XLRI, FMS and other popular colleges every year for pay packages not less than Rs. 10 lakhs per annum.

However, please be wary that the financial markets are ever fluctuating and may all of a sudden cause crashes in career. There is a constant need to keep yourself updated with latest trends in banking so you remain relevant in your job profile.

Demand and Supply

Demand for banking process executives, collection officers and financial analysts with BPOs is the highest till date in India. There is still a considerable dearth of graduates, post-graduates who have mastered cost accounting.

Concepts such as Hedge Funds dominate the overseas markets. However, Indians still survive on 10 hour BPO and KPO jobs and definitely, these are excellent opportunities to begin with.

If you are a graduate in banking or any other degree with an aptitude for it, just go for it. There is always demand for banking professionals.

Market Watch

During the recession of 2009, the demand for banking professionals drastically reduced. Many top finance organizations went bankrupt and several others laid off thousands of employees in India.

However, in 2010, the situation is far better and the same enthusiasm has been revived. With popular mergers and acquisitions such as Royal Bank of Scotland and ABN Amro, people do see hope at the end of the tunnel. The world economy has revived itself to the post-recession challenges quite effectively.

International Focus

The CAT scores and GMAT scores after graduation enable students to get into post-graduate programs in banking per se. However, even as a banking professional who joins after a BCom with a leading bank, you can look forward to excellent scope and growth in your career.

The international market offers challenging roles for banking professionals nonetheless.


•    Banking professionals are required all year long. After privatization, the requirement for banking professionals has increased manifold.
•    Students with different specializations such as Science, Arts and Commerce can apply for jobs with banks after equipping themselves with diplomas that provide them with the basic knowledge required in the banking organizations.
•    Salaries of students getting placed abroad are huge and provide excellent scope for professional and personal growth.

•    The layoffs in banking jobs have become frequent due to fluctuating stock markets in recent times.
•    Post recession, the enthusiasm of several banking organizations has been dampened.
•    A student from other fields will require developing enormous expertise in financial matters.

Different Roles, Different Names

It is quite obvious for people to mix up between a course in finance, accounts and banking as these are highly related areas. However, a course in banking is slightly different from a B.Com or a CA or an ICWA.

Degrees and diplomas in banking courses aim to equip individuals to survive in a banking organization both in terms of technical and non-technical aspects. This is different from a CA course that is much more complex and difficult to clear.

Top Companies

Based on the college you are graduating with a banking degree or diploma, you may expect placements with various companies.

If you are from a tier-1 college such as the IIMs, you can expect banks abroad such as JP Morgan Chase, Fidelity etc. to hire you for an excellent salary.

Besides, as evident, top banks such as Barclay’s, Royal Bank of Scotland, American Express, Standard Chartered and other financial institutions require hundreds of banking professionals every year and are more than willing to hire the same for considerably good salaries.

Most of these companies come for campus placements with universities, which makes it quite easy for students to approach them and understand the opportunities.

Tips for Getting Hired

1.    Be thorough with accounting and financial skills acquired in school and college.
2.    Display a mathematical aptitude to impress the interviewers.
3.    Speak to the point and measure everything quantitatively as you display your subject skills.
4.    Carry your awards and certificates from school and college when you appear for the interview.
5.    Be dressed formally and speak boldly as this is a prerequisite for all candidates appearing for interviews with banking organizations.
6.    Assure the interviewers that you are a target-oriented person who loves daily challenges and narrow deadlines.
7.    Assure the interviewers that you have no hassles working extra hours every day.


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9th Class Biology Short Questions

9th  Class Biology Short Questions
  1. Cell Theory
  2. Five Kingdom System Proposed by Whitaker
  3. Excretory organs, excretory substances in plants
  4. Transpiration and its types
  5. Parts of seed
  6. Movements in plants, discuss tactic movement
  7. Pollination and its importance
  8. Bacterial diseases
  9. Significance of meiosis and mitosis
  10. Shapes of bacteria with diagram
  11. Experiment that support A biogenesis
  12. Two Quranic verses about the usefulness of Plants and Animals to human welfare
  13. Classification of mustard
  14. Germination and its types
  15. Fertilization and double fertilization
  16. Cloning
  17. Name units of classification
  18. Mendel’s law of inheritance
  19. Watson and Crick model of DNA
  20. Pollution and its types
  21. Biotic and A biotic component
  22. Growth regulators and role of Auxins in plants
  23. Importance of Vascular Plants
  24. Fertilization in Funaria with diagram
  25. Experiment showing CO2 is used during Photosynthesis OR O2 is evolved during photosynthesis.
  26. Limiting factors of Photosynthesis
  27. Economic Importance of Fungi
  28. Define
    • Biology
    • Cell
    • Transpiration
    • Biotechnology
    • Pathogens
    • Isogamy
    • Active Transport
    • Osmosis
    • Transgenic Plants
    • Diffusion
    • Passive Transport
    • Infloresence
    • Fruit
    • Autotrophs
    • Genetic Recombination
    • Karyotype
    • Turgidity
    • Hereditary Diseases
    • Species
    • Allele
    • Hybrid Generation
  29. Important Differences
    • Animal Cell And Plant Cell
    • Mitosis and Meiosis
    • Light Microscope and Electron Microscope
    • Magnification and Resolution
    • Sexual and asexual Reproduction
    • Algae and Fungi
    • Light reaction and Dark Reaction
    • Chloroplast and Plastids
    • Active and Passive transport
    • Monocot and Dicot Plants
    • Respiration and Photosynthesis
    • Osmosis and Diffusion
    • Phenotype and Genotype
    • Angiosperm and Gymnosperm
    • Bryophytes and Pteridophytes
    • Prokaryotic and Eukaryotic cells
    • Male and Female Cone
    • Homozygous and Heterozygous
    • Dominant and Recessive character
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Class 10th Physics Paper

Class 10th Physics Paper

Class 10th Physics Guess Paper

Section "B" Short Answer Questions

  1. Write three contributions of Ibn-al-Haitham. Or Al Khwarzimi.?
  2. What is anomalous expansion of water?
  3. Write down its two effects in every day life.
  4. Define Torque. What is S.I unit and write down the factors or which the torque of a body depends.
  5. Write three merits of a transistor OR Radar.
  6. State Ohm's law,Joule's law and Snell's Law.
  7. Newton's corpuscular theory of light. Define Specturm and Photon.
  8. Describe three kinds of lever with one example of each.
  9. Define critical angle. Write two neccessary conditions for total internal Refelection of light.
  10. Write any three uses of Ulrasonic.
  11. Define three kinds of Error.
  12. Write any three points of difference between real Image and virtual Image.
  13. Write any three difference between "g" and "G".
  14. Draw the ray diagream of te image formed by a plance mirror and write down its two characteristics.
  15. Write thee points of differnce between "mass and wieght"
  16. State Hooke's law and derive the expression for Young's Modulus.
  17. Write any three uses of radio-isotopes in medicine.
  18. A bullet of mass 20g is fired towards weest at a velocity of 60m/s. Calculate the momentum of the bullet.
  19. A force of 100N acts at an angle of 30@ with th ehorizontal. Find its horizontal and vertical components. (Cos 30=0.866.Sub 30=0.5)
  20. A shell is fire veritically upward with a velocity of 98m/s. Find the time taken by it to reach the highest point.
  21. A motor cyclest is traverlling along a circular track of radius 30m at soeed if 5m/s.If the total mass of motor cycle and rider is 360kg. Find the friction between road and tyre.
  22. Find the work done when a force of 400N acts on an object at an angle of 60 with the ground to move it 10m along the gound (Cos60=0.5)
  23. The focal length of concave mirror is 10cm.Where dould an object be placed so as to get its real image magnified four times.
  24. Calculate the amount of current passing through an electric heater if it takes 1800C of a chage to heat a room in 3 minutes.
  25. How much heat energy will be released when 15g of mass is completely transformed to energy.?
  26. How much heat energy will be required to raise the tempreature of 100g of water from 10 C to 60 C? (Specific heat of water-4200J/kgC)
  27. How a galvanometer can be converted into Ammerter and Voltemeter.?
  28. Section "C" Descriptive Answer Questions

  29. Dervie the equation 2aS=V-V OR S=Vit + 1/2 at
  30. Define momentum. State and explain law of conservation of momentum with the help an example.
  31. Describe the working of an electric bell and draw its neat and labeled diagram.
  32. Calculate the length of seconds pendulum (g=9.8m/s)
  33. Two resistors of 4(ohm) and 8 (ohm) are connected in parallel to voltage source of 12 voltage source of 12 volts. Find the equivalent resistance and current trough each resistor.
  34. Derive the formula M= gR2/G and calculate the mass of the earth.
  35. Draw the ray diagram of a compound microscope and write down its working.
  36. State Boyle’s law and Charle’s law and drive genera; gas equation PV = nRT.
  37. Explain reaction in u . Draw its diagram and also write down its equation.
  38. Define potential energy and kinetic energy and derive the equation K.E = ½ mv
  39. Draw the circuit diagram of parallel and series combination of resistances and write two characteristics of any one of them.
  40. Draw a neat and labeled diagram of a refrigerator and write down its working.
  41. What is an inclined plane/ derive the formula for its mechanical advantage.

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Career in Space Technology

Career in Space Technology
India has got impressive achievements in the development and application of space technology in the vital areas like telecommunications, metrological services, water resources, Minerals and environmental monitoring, television broadcast etc. reliable and effective operations of many Indian – built satellites, IRS and INSAT series is the clear testimony of the technological excellence achieved in this field by Indian – Space Research Organization ( ISRO ).

 Space Science Activities: 

Space science activities relate to four broad discipline i.e. Astronomy and Astrophysics, Prametary Atmospheres and Aeronomy, Earth Sciences and Solar System Studies. Research in the area of Astronomy and Astrophysics cover solar phenomena like solar flares, their relationship with the magnetic field, propagation of their effect in the interplanetary space etc.
Research activities in the prametary atmospheres and aeronomy are carried out atmospheres and astrophysics. Earth science and solar system studies cover oceanography, climate studies, Solar system and geochronology. Research activities in theoretical physics are related to macroscopic and microscopic physics. Macroscopic physics includes studies in astrophysics, meteorology climate studies and plasma physics whereas Microscopic physics includes research in atomic and molecular physics, particle and nuclear physics.
Many Universities, Research Organizations and Institutions are actively involved in the researches of the diverse field of the space science. Space science research is being carried out by the Physical Research Laboratory ( PRL ), Ahmedabad in a major way and by the Space Physics Laboratory ( SPL ) at Thiruvananthapuram.

 Career Opportunities in Space Technology :

In order to enable oneself in taking up a career in Space Science, Space Technology or Space Applications, study of science subjects such as Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry at undergraduate level is necessary. Several Indian Universities and other Institutions offer graduate / postgraduate / doctorate courses in the disciplines of relevance to space science / space technology and space applications.
Sciences / Engineers are recruited with M.Sc. / BE / ME or Ph.D. depending upon the specific recruitments of each job. Depending upon individuals capabilities and exellence, one can rise to Project Management / Division Head / Project Directors / Group Directors / Deputy Directors / Direction of Various Centres / Units of ISRO.
ISRO also employs B.Sc. degree holders and Engineering Diploma holders. Job opportunities are also available for those who possess industrial training, certificate in various trades / skills such as Electronics Instrumentations, Computer Electronics & Mechanical trades. Besides ISRO / Centre of Development of Space, certain industrial sectors too offer employment opportunities to those who are technically / professionally qualified and possess relevant skill and knowledge. The following is only an indicative list of some of the discipline highly relevant Skill and Knowledge.
The following is only an indicative list of some of the discipline highly relevant in ISRO’s activities for Scientists / Engineers :
Aeronautical Engineering, Atmospheric Sciences, Chemical Engineering, Civil Engineering, Computer, Control Systems, Electrical Engineering, Electro – optics, Electronics, Material Science, Mechanical Engineering, Metallurgy Engineering, Metallurgy, Power Systems, Remote Sensing, Structure Engineering, Telecommunication.

The following is only an indicative list of some of the discipline highly relevant in ISRO’s activities for Scientists / Engineers :

1. Aeronautical Engineering, 
2. Atmospheric Sciences, 
3. Chemical Engineering, 
4. Civil Engineering, 
5. Computer, Control Systems, 
6. Electrical Engineering,
7. Electro – optics, 
8. Electronics, 
9. Material Science, 
10. Mechanical Engineering, 
11 Metallurgy Engineering, 
12. Metallurgy, 
13. Power Systems, 
14. Remote Sensing,
15. Structure Engineering, 
16. Telecommunication.

 Space Center and Unit :
  • Vikram Sarabhai Space Centre ( VSSC ), Thiruvananthapuram.
  • ISRO Satellite Centre ( ISAC ), Bangalore.
  • Space Application centre ( SAC ), Ahmedabad.
  • SHAR Centre, Shriharikota ( SHAR ), Andhra Pradesh.
  • Liquid Propulsion Systems Centre ( LPSC ), Thriruvananthapuram, Bangalore and Mahendragiri.
  • Development and Educational Communication Unit ( DECU ), Ahmedabad.
  • ISRO Telemetry, Tracking and Common Network ( ISTRAC ), HQ : Bangalore, Stations : Bangalore, Lucknow, Car Nicobar, Sriharikota, Thirunanthapuram and Mauritius.
  • INSAT Master Control Facility at Hassan ( MCF ).
  • Physical Research Laboratory ( PRL ) Ahmedabad.
  • National Remote Sensing Agency ( NRSA ), Hyderabad. Also provides training through the Indian Institute of Remote Sensing at Dehra Dun.
  • National Mesosphere, Stratosphere & Troposphere Radar Facility ( NMRF ), Gandaki ( near Tirupati ).
  • Regional Remote Sensing Centres located at Bangalore, Dehra Dun, Jodhpur, Kharagpur and Nagpur.     

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Indian Air Force

Indian Air Force

                     INDIAN AIR FORCE

Working in the Indian Air Force (IAF) is about being in the middle of supersonic jets, state-of-the-art technology and best of the people. You are where the action is. Air Force provides you with the most modern facilities and gives you an unparalleled way of life and creates an environment, where the best in you comes out.

Whether you are a graduate or you have finished your schooling or you have passed your class tenth, Indian Air Force has an exciting career opportunity for you. You can join the Indian Air force to jump start a secure future for you and your family. However IAF focuses solely on the prospects for graduates.

The various career opportunities available with Indian Air Force include both technical and non technical branches. As an officer in the Indian Air Force you strategize, lead and manage. Trained in diversified fields and environments you are ready for all the challenges that the fast paced life in the Air Force has in store for you. Be it flying the most advanced combat aircraft or providing technical support, your mission is to always give your best.

Candidates short-listed after the initial selection procedure go through a rigorous training regimen at one of the Air Force training establishments. Thereafter, they are commissioned as officers and posted at any of the Air Force Stations.

Indian Air Force Job Opportunities

Indian Air Force Officer Jobs
One can join the Indian Air Force in the flying, technical or the ground duty branches depending on his/her educational qualification. The opportunities available for aspiring individuals of different educational backgrounds to join as officer in IAF are described below:

For Intermediate (10+2)

There is a golden opportunity for young aspirants having +2 (Science) qualification with Physics and Maths to join as officer in Indian Air Force. The aspirant can literally touch the sky by joining the Air Force, not to mention that you'll be inside a supersonic jet, going at an incredible speed while doing that. Apart from the thrill and adventure, Air Force offers a fulfilling career for life to young and energetic men individuals.

Candidates, short-listed for Air Force after the initial selection procedure, go through a rigorous three-year training regimen at the National Defence Academy, followed by specialised training at the Air Force Academy. Thereafter, they are commissioned as officers and posted as pilots at any of the Air Force Stations.

The aspirant can join NDA by taking the exam conducted by Union Public Service Commission (UPSC). This exam is conducted twice a year in all major cities throughout India. To know more about the application process and selection process etc, click here

For Graduate

Air Force invites young, enthusiastic and committed, men and women, to lead and manage as officers. Candidates short-listed after the initial selection procedure, go through a rigorous training regimen at one of the Air Force training establishments. Thereafter, they are commissioned as officers and posted at any of the Air Force Stations.

As a graduate, you can fly into a challenging and rewarding career in the Air Force by applying for the suitable branch. The advertisement for the recruitment of graduates in Air Force is published in the employment news and other leading national news papers from time to time.

For Engineer

The Indian Air Force calls for enthusiastic and committed engineers to become a part of the Indian Air Force team. Candidates short-listed after the initial selection procedure, go through a rigorous training regimen at one of the Air Force training establishments. Thereafter, they are commissioned as officers and embark on a glorious and fulfilling career.

As an Engineer, you can soar into a rewarding and challenging career in the Indian Air Force. You can even join the Technical Branch in your final or pre-final year of engineering through the University Entry Scheme. See the advertisement usually published in employment news from time to time.

For Post Graduate

Candidates short-listed after the initial selection procedure, go through a rigorous training regimen at one of the Air Force training establishments. Thereafter, they are commissioned as officers and posted at any of the Air Force Stations to lead and manage.

As a post graduate, you can glide into a challenging and rewarding career in the Air Force by applying for the suitable branch. Keep a track on the advertisements published in the employment news from time to time.

Indian Air Force Airman

As an airman in the Indian Air Force, you make sure that all the air and ground operations run smoothly. From operating air defence systems to fitting missiles, you are actively involved in all the action happening in the air base and give your support to various missions.

Depending on your educational qualification, you can join the Air Force in the Technical Trades or Non-Technical Trades. No matter at what level you start your career, the Air Force gives you opportunities to learn and grow to newer heights.

The positions are available for people having qualification viz. matriculation or below, intermediate, diploma, graduate and post-graduate.

IAF Airman Eligibility Criteria

Age Limit
For Officer:
16 ½ to 19 years (candidates applying for NDA)
19 to 23 years (for graduate individuals in flying branch)
18 to 28 years (for graduate individuals in technical branch)
20 to 23 years (for graduate individuals in ground duty branches)
19 to 23 years (for engineering graduates in flying branch)
18 to 28 years (for engineering graduates in technical branch)
20 to 25 years (for engineering graduates in ground duty branches)
18 to 28 years (for post-graduate individuals in technical branch)
20 to 25 years (for post-graduate individuals in ground duty branches)

For Airmen:

16-20 years (positions available for candidates with matriculation or below)
16-22 years (positions available for candidates with intermediate qualification)
16-22 years (positions available for candidates with diploma qualification)
20-25 years (positions available for graduate individuals)
20-28 years (positions available for post-graduate individuals)

Sex: Male/Female (Depending upon the type of job)

Nationality: Indian

Marital Status: Single

Essential Qualities:

Unlike other career options Air Force is replete with risks, obstacles and thrills galore. Hence the aspiring youth need to do some serious thinking about adopting this profession.

If you happen to possess any or most of the following qualities, consider yourself eligible for a post.You must be bold, dashing and daring.
  • Must have a sense of adventure
  • Must be willing to risk your life for the nation
  • Must be philosophical and realise the ephemeral quality of life
  • Must be hardworking, able to withstand strain
  • Must be fond of travelling
  • Must be able to fly for long hours
  • Must have a calm temperament and strong nerves

How to Apply

The recruitment for all kinds of courses in the Indian Air force is carried out by the Ministry of defence with its headquarters in New Delhi. The ministry of defense brings out notification in various leading dailies as well as in Employment News.

The procedure for sending the application is fairly simple. After spotting the relevant ad, eligible candidate can send the application in the format mentioned in the advertisement, before the last date of receiving of application.

The IAF has a thorough selection procedure to ensure that the very best become a part of the team. This procedure begins as soon as we receive your application.
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An officer is a member of an armed force or uniformed service who holds a position of authority. To be able to lead and control, requires the ability to motivate yourself, inspire others and make tough decisions efficiently. When you join to become an Air Force Officer, we’ll help you develop your leadership and management skills, preparing you fully to take on the challenge of leading in real life situations. Lessons in team work, developing communication skills and confidence, honing strategic and dynamic thinking and preparing you to face pressures with ease are grilled into an Officer during his training. The Air Force teaches you all, not only making men and women of young boys and girls but making them leaders in life. An officer’s strength of character and strong moral compass make him/her stand out from the crowd at all times.
         As an Officer in the Indian Air Force, you will inherit a glorious heritage and timeless traditions of the IAF, blended perfectly with the latest technology.

As an officer in the Indian Air Force you will strategies, lead and manage. Depending on your qualifications, you could join one of the various branches in the IAF. Broadly the Air Force has three branches with further sub-streams :

(a) Flying Branch
  • Fighters
  • Transports
  • Helicopters

(b)  Technical Branch
  • Mechanical
  • Electronics

(c)  Ground Duty Branch
  • Administration
  • Accounts
  • Logistics
  • Education
  • Meteorology
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Career Education

Career Education
Career education has always been the basic tool to shape a career, Our specialist telling you what they should and shouldn’t do about their jobs, and urging them to acquire newer knowledge and skills in our career education. Career education is most important thing after ordinary education. Nowadays, continuous career training and career education is no longer a plus but a need if you wish to progress in your career
To compete in this information-based economy, students must be able to identify and solve real problems, use appropriate tools, reason effectively, and apply critical thinking skills. The career education and can also enhance personal behavior and professional conduct in life and careers. Our career education programs provide core knowledge, skills, and learning experiences that prepare students for successful entry and advancement in careers, baccalaureate institutions, and global opportunities. The career education provides you with the necessary skills and knowledge required for entry-level positions in career fields. In addition, most programs are diversified sufficiently to create some social and economic awareness.
We are here to help with the best in career education. We offer hands-on career education for today’s fastest-growing careers fields. Through career education, you get an inside look at any industry. Career education has generally focused on helping people understand the relationship between education and work and acquire employ ability skills. Career education encompasses the development of knowledge, skills and attitudes through a planned program of learning experiences in education and training settings that will assist students to make informed decisions about their study and/or work options and enable them to participate effectively in working life. So Career education should be intentional, developmental and comprehensive.

You can manage your careers better through the permanent acquisition of knowledge and skills by means of career training and other ways of career education. Career Education is a broad concept, and one that is subject to permanent evolution and rethinking as the information society develops and reshapes our whole way of life. From joining career training or career education program to improving your skills via short courses or self-learning, there are many ways in which career builders can attain their career education goals.
Through career education you can compete for the jobs in highest demand, and in the nation's Fastest Growing industries. With an advanced career education you can learn what your real earning potential is and what you'll need to make it a professional reality. Simply select from the career education programs below and find the certificate or career degree education program that best suits your interests and lifestyle. You can opt a career degree education in health care jobs assisting, IT training, fashion design, business management, teaching jobs certification and more.
Learn through career opportunity and explore your career paths to see where you fit in, or where your dreams can lead - and discover numerous jobs locations across the world. Choose the career opportunity that fits you best: Learn when and where we will be available in person by searching our recruit event. Or if you can't wait, Search Jobs now at our career opportunity section.
Learn from educated high-level professionals from all over the country as you complete assignments and engage in stimulating class discussions - all right from your computer, directly on the internet. The higher learning phenomenon is becoming a necessity for today's most successful working professionals. The key to success is knowledge, so get the knowledge you need by selecting the program that interests you most below.
The major benefits of career education are:
1. Describe and integrate basic skills, thinking skills, and personal qualities.
2. Address self-knowledge, career planning, and employability skills utilizing technology, information, and other resources;
3. Enhance and motivation for learning;
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Common Management Admission Test (CMAT) 2013 - On 27th September to 1st October 2012

 Common Management Admission Test (CMAT) 2013 - On 27th September to 1st October 2012
Important Dates  
Registrations Starts : 3 August 2012
Late date of online Registration : 2 September 2012
Availability of Hall tickets for print : 15 September 2012
Date for computer based test : 27 September to 1 October 2012
Declaration of Results : 17 October 2012
ICTE has launched the National level Management Admission Test (CMAT) for facilitating institutions to select suitable students for admission in all management programmes approved by AICTE.
Common Management Admission Test (CMAT) is a national Level entrance exam. AICTE decided to conduct CMAT twice in a year and students can sit for both the exams. It will be beneficial for the students because they can choose their best score while taking admission in any B school. The test will be conducted in different states and cities.

Candidate should be a graduate in any discipline. Final Year students can also apply.

Application Fee for CMAT
For General/OBC Candidates: Rs. 1200+Bank Charges
For SC/ST/PD Candidates: Rs. 600+ Bank Charges

How to Apply
Click here to register online at once the registration window opens. Application fee can be paid using both online and offline mode.
Mode of Payment: Net Banking/Credit/Debit Card (online through
Cash Payment Through challan generated online and Cash deposited in any branch of State Bank of India.

Test Venue
Agartala, Ahmedabad, Allahabad, Amravati, Amritsar, Ananthapur, Aurangabad, Bangalore, Bareilly, Bhopal, Bhubaneswar, Chandigarh, Chennai, Coimbatore, Dehradun, Delhi, Dhanbad, Dharwad, Durgapur, Ghaziabad, Gurgaon, Guwahati, Gwalior, Hyderabad, Indore, Jabalpur, Jaipur, Jammu, Jamshedpur, Jhansi, Jodhpur, Kanpur, Kochi, Kolhapur, Kolkata, Kota, Kozhikode, Lucknow, Ludhiana, Madurai, Mumbai, Mysore, Nagpur, Nasik, Noida, Panaji, Patna, Prakasam, Pondicherry, Pune, Rajkot, Raipur, Ranchi, Shimla, Siliguri, Srinagar, Surat, Tiruchirapalli, Trivandrum, Udaipur, Vadodara, Varanasi, Visakhapatnam, Warrangal

AICTE reserves the right to change or cancel any test venue/centre and/or change the test time and dates at their own discretion
Contact Details
 Address  : All India Council For Technical Education
7th Floor, Chanderlok Building, Janpath, New Delhi – 110 001
 Phone  : 022-40679404
 Fax  : 022-25814283
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 E-mail  : Contact I
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Eamcet Counselling 2012 Certificates Verification Centers & Dates

Eamcet Counselling 2012 Certificates Verification Centers & Dates
Eamcet 2012 counselling ,web based schedule and dates announced as per the rank wise data base.Candidates must attend for the Certificates verification at 52 various help line centers across Andhra pradesh listed below clearly.Earlier,Govt of Andhra pradesh still not announced fee structure details for engineering courses in some colleges.Eamcet Rank card,Eamcet Hall ticket,10th & Inter marks memo’s and Study certificates are must to get the verify at help line centers.

List of Certificates have to submit at Certificate verification centers:
1.EAMCET Rank Card,
2.Hall Ticket,
3.Intermediate  Certificate,
4.10th class/S.S.C or its equivalent Marks memo,
5.VI to Intermediate Study Certificates

Application processing fee:
At the time of Certificate verification,candidates have to pay the application processing fee for emacet 2012 counselling.It is different for General & Reserved category candidates.Students,who belongs to OC/OBC need to pay 600 rupees.In case of SC/ST Candidates,300 rupees processing fee will be charge.
Candidates can download the Eamcet 2012 Rank wise verification  centers and dates along with full list of help line centers to attend for eamcet certificates verification

Eamcet Counselling 2012-Certificates verification centers:
 1.Government Polytechnic,Srikakulam
  1. M.R.A.G.R. Govt. Polytechnic,Vizianagaram
  2. Government Polytechnic,Vizag
  3. Govt. Institutue of Chemical Technology, Vizag.
  4. Government Polytechnic, Narsipatnam, Vizag Dist.
  5. Andhra Polytechnic, Kakinada
  6. Govt. Polytechnic – Women, Kakinada
  7. University College of Engg, JNTU, Kakinada
  8. G. M.R. Polytechnic, Bommuru, Rajahmundry.
  9. S.M.V.M. Polytechnic , Tanuku, W.G. Dist.
  10. SMTB Seetha Polytechnic,Bhimavaram, W.G.Dist.
  11. St.Theresa Autonomous Coll for Women, Eluru, W.G.Dist.
  12. Government Polytechnic, Vijayawada
  13. SRR & CVR Govt Degree College, Vijayawada
  14. Andhra Loyola College, Vijayawada
  15. Govt. Polytechnic –women , Gujjanagulla, Guntur
  16. MBTS Govt. Polytechnic, Nallapadu, Guntur
  17. Govt Degree College for women, Guntur
  18. D.A. Govt. Polytechnic, Ongole
  19. Acharya Nagarjuna University Campus, Ongole
  20. Govt. Polytechnic – Women, Dargamitta, Nellore
  21. Govt. Polytechnic for Boys, Nellore
  22. S.V. Government Polytechnic, Tirupathi
  23. S.V. Arts College (TTD), Balaji nagar, Tirupati
  24. Govt. Arts & Science Degree College, Chittoor
  25. Government Polytechnic – Women, Kadapa
  26. Yogi Vemana University, Kadapa
  27. YSR Engineering College, Proddatur, Kadapa dist
  28. Government Polytechnic, Anantapur
  29. S.K. University, Ananthapur
  30. Sri G. Pulla Reddy Govt. Polytechnic, Kurnool
  31. Rayalaseema University, Kurnool.
  32. E.S.C. Govt. Polytechnic, Nandyal, Kurnool Dist.
  33. Government Polytechnic , Mahabubnagar
  34. Government Polytechnic , Nalgonda
  35. Nagarjuna Govt Degree College,Nalgonda
  36. Govt Polytech Rudrampur, Kothagudem, Khammam
  37. SR & BGNR Govt Degree College, Khammam
  38. Government Polytechnic , Warangal
  39. Kakatiya University, Warangal
  40. Government polytechnic, Bellampally, Adilabad Dist.**
  41. Government Polytechnic, Nizamabad**
  42. Telangana University, Nizamabad
  43. Government Polytechnic – Women, Medak
  44. Dr.BRAGMR for women Polytechnic, Karimnagar
  45. SRR Govt Degree College, Karimnagar
  46. Govt.Inst.of Printing Tech, East Maredpally,Sec-bad.
  47. A.V. College, Domalguda, Hyderabad.
  48. JNT University, Kukatpally, Hyd
  49. Q.Q Govt Polytech, Chandulal Baradari (Old city),Hyd.
  50. J.N.Govt. Polytechnic, Ramanthapur, Hyderabad.
  51. Sanketika Vidya Bhavan, MasabTank, Hyderabad.

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RRB Kolkata Recruitment 2012 for 4179 Various vacancies

  RRB Kolkata Recruitment 2012 for 4179 Various vacancies
Apply Online-RRB Kolkata Recruitment 2012 and Admit card download: Kolkata,Eastern Railway Recruitment 2012 notification issued for 4179 various vacancies.Candidates,who are looking for Railway Jobs in India 2012-2013 can apply by submitting the prescribed format of application form on or before 01-10-2012.You can have the complete details on Eligibility criteria like age limit and Education qualifications,Application form,Selection Process,Admit card download, Results,Exam date,Online registration,how to apply,challan form download,Syllabus for RRB Kolkata Recruitment 2012-2013.

Total Number of Posts:4179
Post Name: RRB Kolkata Recruitment 2012
1. Helper-II/Khalashi : 539 vacancies
2. Store Khalashi/ Peon/Sweeper/Safaiwala : 207 vacancies
3. Helper-II : 626 vacancies
4. Helper-II/Khalashi :87 vacancies
5. Chowkidar : 01 vacancies
6. Porter : 285 vacancies
7. Safaiwala/ Waiting Room Bearer/ Peon/Parcel Porter/ W.B.Portar/Station Peon/Call Peon/Chowkidar : 75 vacancies
8. Key man : 01 vacancy
9. Gate man:125 vacancies
10. Marker : 36 vacancies
11. Trackman/Khalashi/ Valve man :1883 vacancies
12. Trolleyman/Chowkidar/Gatekeeper : 177 vacancies
13. Mali/Cook/Peon/ Helper : 10 vacancies
14. Helper (Works/Bridge) : 26 vacancies
15. Hospital Attendent /Ayah/Safaiwala : 77 vacancies
16. Peon : 24 vacancies

Age Limit:
Candidates must have 18  years and the max age limit is 33 years as on 01-01-2013 for General category
5 years upper age relaxation for SC/ST Candidates
3 years relaxation in upper age for OBC Candidates
10 years for PWD Candidates

Education Qualifications required:
Candidates must have at least 10th class or ITI to apply for RRB Kolkata Jobs

Application fee:
SC/ST/Minority Muslims,Christians,Sikhs & Buddhist candidates no need to pay any application/exam fee.General and OBC Candidates must pay the 40 rupees n the form of DD drawn at any bank or postal order on Assistant Personnel Officer(Recruitment), Railway Recruitment Cell, Eastern Railway payable at Kolkata

Selection Process:
RRB Kolkata Selection process is based on performance in based on the performance in Written exam,PET and Medical test.Candidates must download the RRC Kolkata   admit card 2012 at official website to attend the written exam.

How to Apply:
Eligible and interested candidates need to download the application form and fill it with relevant options.Finally attach the relevant documents,certificates and challan/DD form & sent it to given listed RRB Kolkata address to reach on or before 17-09-2012 by ordinary post.
Dy. Chief Personnel Officer/Rectt.
Railway Recruitment Cell-Eastern Railway 56,
C. R. Avenue RITES Building, 1st Floor,
Kolkata – 700 012

Important Dates to Remember:
Date of RRB Kolkata Notification Issued: 16-08-2012
Last Date for Receipt of Application form: 01-10-2012
Last Date for Receipt of Application (far flung areas): 16-10-2012
Download RRB Kolkata Recruitment 2012 Advertisement/Notification
Download RRB Kolkata Application form 2012
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North Eastern Railway (NER) 1069 Peon / Helper / Group D Opening

North Eastern Railway (NER) 1069 Peon / Helper / Group D Opening
North Eastern Railway (NER)
(Govt. of India, Ministry of Railways)
Employment Notice No: NER/RRC/D/03/2012-13
Closing Date : 10 September 2012
NER, recruiting applications for the vacancy of Peon / Safaiwala / Helper / Group D / Khalasi :
Trade:- Peon / Safaiwala / Helper / Group D / Khalasi/ Gateman / Valveman
  • Qualification : Applicant Must be 10th pass or ITI or equivalent. Those applicants who are appearing in and/or awaiting results of final examination of class 10th are not eligible. Academic qualification must be from recognized Educational Institution/ Board, otherwise applicants will be rejected.
  • Age Limit : Min.18 year to Max. 33 years.
Examination  Fee : The Examination fee UR and OBC applicants is Rs. 40/-. Applicants belonging to SC/ST/Women/ Minority Community and Economically Weaker Section and PH category are exempted from payment of examination fees. The Examination fee should be paid in the from any Postal Order from any Post Office drawn in favour of “Asst Personnel Officer (Recruitment), RRC, N. E. Railway and payable at Gorakhpur.
Apply Procedure:- Applicants should apply in the prescribed application format. Applicants should mention ” Application for Group ‘D’ posts- Northern Railway” on the top of the envelop containing the application. Each cover should contain one application only. In case more than one application is sent in one cover, all such applications will be rejected. The Applicants should send application duly filled in along with required documents by Post, so as to reach RRC/ NER office within the last date positively. Application received after due date, for any reason whatesoever, will not considered. Postal Address : Deputy Chief Personnel Recruitment, Railway Recruitment Cell, North Eastern Railway Headquarters, CCM’s Annex Building, Railway Road, No. 14, Gorakkhpur, Uttar Pradesh-273012. 
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