UNION PUBLIC SERVICE COMMISSION
Government to lower quota for local officers in IAS, IPS in J-K, ladakh
The Centre has decided to lower the quota from existing 50 per cent to 33 per cent for local officers from state services to IAS, IPS and IFoS in the union territories of Jammu and Kashmir, and Ladakh, officials said on Tuesday.
Present division of power is detrimental to railways’ growth: Railway Board Chairman Vinod Kumar Yadav
Chairman of the Railway Board asserted...
How Indian Railways’ latest reform could alter the journey of the sarkari behemoth
The IR will now have just one cadre which could end the lo...
Triple talaq law, increasing number of SC judges high points of law ministry in 2019
The ban on the practice of instant triple talaq, making it a penal offence and the increase in the strength of Supreme Court judges were two of the major achievements of the law ministry in 2019.
All railways recruits to be inducted through UPSC: Chairman
Candidates aspiring to get into railways will have to appear for their prelims after which they will indicate their preference for IRMS under five specialities in order to get recruited for Indian railway posts. The induction will be done by UPSC with the first batch getting recruited in 2021.
Only 1 agency to do majority of public sector recruitment through single exam: Centre
The Union Public Service Commission (UPSC) conducts civil services examination annually to select officers of Indian Administrative Service (IAS), Indian Foreign Service (IFS), Indian Police Service (IPS) and Indian Forest Service (IFoS), besides other Group A and Group B (gazetted) services.
DGCA likely to license all ATC officers before ’20 ICAO audit
ICAO had recently asked India to make DGCA licensing authority for ATC officers. Earlier, Airports Authority of India (AAI), which is also ATC service provider, had been licensing ATCOs. DGCA will license all 2500 current ATCOs by December, according to a senior DGCA official.
Only woman candidate drops out
Kakoli Ghosh, the agriculture specialist from Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations, who was selected to join as a joint secretary in the ministry of agriculture, has now opted out.
Govt proposes to hand over EPFO corpus of Rs 10 lakh crore to a central body
Labour ministry proposes to hand over reins; dedicated funds for provident fund, pension & insurance schemes to be administered by a Central Board.
Article 370: J&K cadre IAS, IPS officers to continue in old role; new recruits to get AGMUT cadre
According to the Jammu and Kashmir Reorganisation Bill, 2019, the provincial service officers will continue serving in their current positions till a new order is issued by the Lt Governor for the two new UTs of J-K and Ladakh.
UPSC civil services prelims exam results declared
The results of the examination held on June 2 can be seen on UPSC web site-- www.upsc.gov.in.
Govt to induct 40 private sector specialists at crucial mid-level of bureaucratic hierarchy
Usually these posts are manned by government servants selected through various Group A services like the IAS.
Over 84,000 vacancies in Central Armed Police Forces: Government
"In a written reply to Lok Sabha, the Home Ministry said vacancies keep arising in the forces due to retirement, voluntary retirement and death," the Centre said.
Silence difficult, but more desirable to see through poll process: CEC on Lavasa's public dissent
CEC said he is not a "moral judge of anybody, least of all somebody as senior as Ashok Lavasa".
Navy to conduct first entrance test for selection of officers in September
"The first Indian Navy Entrance Test (Officers) or INET (Officers), is scheduled in September 2019 at various centres across the country," the Navy said in a statement.
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