National Bank for Agriculture and Rural Development (NABARD) is inviting applications for the post of 91 Assistant Managers in Grade ‘A’ (RDBS) in various disciplines. Candidates who are eligible to apply can submit their applications on their official website, nabard.org before 10 July 2017. Important Dates: Submission of online application: 19.06.2017 to 10.07.2017
hase I online examination: August 2017 Post Name: Assistant Managers in Grade ‘A No of vacancies: 91 Posts Discipline wise vacancies: General: 46 Posts Economics: 05 Posts Agriculture: 06 Posts Agriculture Engineering: 02 Posts Plantation & Horticulture: 04 Posts Animal Husbandry: 05 Posts Fisheries: 03 Posts Food Processing: 03 Posts Forestry: 03 Posts Environmental Engineering: 03 Posts Water Resource Development & Management: 04 Posts Social Work: 02 Posts Chartered Accountant: 03 Posts Company Secretary: 02 Posts Eligibility criteria: For General: Bachelor’s Degree in any subject from a recognized University with a minimum of 50% marks (SC/ST/PWD applicants 45%) in aggregate or Post Graduate degree with a minimum of 50% marks (SC/ST/PWD applicants 45%) in aggregate or Ph.D OR Chartered Accountant /Cost Accountant / Company Secretary with Bachelor’s degree OR Two year full time P.G. Diploma in Management / full time MBA degree from institutions recognized by GOI / UGC with Bachelor’s Degree in any discipline. The age limit for candidates is 21 to 30 years as on 01.06.2017 The application fee for SC/ST candidates is Rs.150 and Rs.800 for all others candidates through the online payment facility available in the online application from 19.06.2017 to 10.07.2017.
Calcutta University is recruiting around 300 permanent teachers to fill up several posts that have been lying vacant. On June 13, the authorities uploaded an advertisement on the university website calling in applications for posts of professor, associate professor and assistant professor. Rajagopal Dhar Chakraborty, the university’s registrar, said the posts lying vacant were until now filled by part-time teachers in the capacity of guest faculty. With the Syndicate, the highest decision-making body of the university, recently approving the move to recruit, the process has begun.
“We will recruit around 300 teachers and we have given an advertisement in this regard. It was not our fault that so many posts were lying vacant. People who ran the university earlier had not followed the reservation policy to recruit teachers. However, we are now following the Constitutional rules to recruit teachers. The process has begun and all vacant posts will be filled soon,” Chakraborty told The Indian Express.
“We had faced problems due to lack of teachers. Some of the permanent teachers had to take additional classes, but this problem will be solved now. Apart from these 300, there are also another 150 to 200 posts lying vacant. We will start filling them once the recruitment process for the 300 posts is completed,” he added. The move comes almost three weeks after the low teacher-student ratio was raised by the varsity’s students at an administrative meeting of the state government, chaired by Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee, on June 1. After receiving complaints from students, Mamata had reprimanded university Vice-Chancellor Asutosh Ghosh and directed him to look into the matter.
Soon after, another meeting was convened at the university and the decision to recruit teachers was taken.