Pariksha Pe Charcha 2020 PM Narendra Modi Ji Interaction with Students

Pariksha Pe Charcha 2020 PM Narendra Modi Ji Interaction with Students
Prime Minister Narendra Modi will interact with students, teachers and parents on Monday and share valuable tips with them to ensure that they take the upcoming board and entrance exams in a relaxed manner. PM Modi will be interacting with students, parents and teachers from all across the country on Monday, 20th January 2020 and discuss ways to reduce examination stress pariksha-pe-charcha-2020-pm-narendra-modi-interaction-with-students


Prime Minister Narendra Modi will interact with students, teachers and parents on Monday and share valuable tips with them to ensure that they take the upcoming board and entrance exams in a relaxed manner. PM Modi will be interacting with students, parents and teachers from all across the country on Monday, 20th January 2020 and discuss ways to reduce examination stress

The third edition of Pariksha Pe Charcha is being organised at Talkatora Indoor Stadium in Delhi. A total of 2,000 students and teachers will attend the event, of which 1,050 students have been selected through an essay competition.

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TS Muncipal Elections PO APO Job Charts at Glance in Telugu and TA DA Remuneration Details

TS Muncipal Elections PO APO Job Charts at Glance in Telugu and TA DA Remuneration Details
Telangana Muncipality Elections 2020 Presiding Officer and Assisatant Presiding Officer job Charts in Telugu. things to be done by POs and APOs at Disributions centre election booth and at the time of Submission of the Ballot Box and Material in Telugu is available here


Telangana Muncipality Elections 2020 Presiding Officer and Assisatant Presiding Officer job Charts in Telugu. things to be done by POs and APOs at Disributions centre election booth and at the time of Submission of the Ballot Box and Material in Telugu is available here

Telangana Muncipal elections TA DA Details

  1. Remuneration rates for Muncipal elections
  2. Presiding Officers Counting Supervisor 450/ - per day
  3. Polling officers/Counting Assistants 350/- per day
  4. Packed tunch and/or light refreshment 150/- per head per day



Want to Improve your English Fluency? Top 18 Tips are Here

Want to Improve your English Fluency? Top 18 Tips are Here
18 top tips for improving your English
1. Watch television and films in English
2. Read English books/newspapers
3. Label things in your house
4. Make notes of new vocabulary
5. Surround yourself with English speakers
6. Figure out your best time to learn
7. Listen to British and American music
8. Language swap
9. Practise English whenever you can
10. Record yourself and your lesson
11. Get a good bilingual dictionary
12. Learn English idioms and phrasal verbs
13. Write every day
14. Tell you teacher what you want to learn
15. Remember your mistakes
16. Put yourself into difficult situations
17. Change the language on your social media or smartphone
18. Be realistic

1. Watch television and films in English

 Not only do Britain and the USA produce some of the best TV shows and films in the world, but you can learn English whilst watching them. If you’re still getting to grips with the language at any level (from beginner to upper intermediate) then it’s worth putting the English subtitles on so that you can read along and listen at the same time.

You can also listen to English radio stations and find plenty of listening sources on the internet. Another idea would be to put English subtitles on films or television programmes from your own country so that you can read along with them in English and make the translations as you go.


2. Read English books/newspapers
Reading is a great way of practising your English in your own time. You can take one word at a time at your own pace, without your teacher peering over your shoulder. If you’re studying at a beginner to intermediate level, pick up a children’s book where the language will be easier than an adult book.

Newspapers are also worth reading. Not only can you improve your English but you’ll learn about local and national goings on, which can be handy when communicating with native speakers. Free newspapers and magazines, as well as tabloid-style newspapers which use more basic language, are perhaps better for low level speakers.

3. Label things in your house
This is a quick and cheap way of improving your knowledge of the vocabulary of everyday items in your home. All you need to do is buy a pack of labels and then write the name of items in your home on them, such as phone, window, mirror etc. Every time you use these objects you’ll read the word and embed it into your memory. This is great for low level learners.


4. Make notes of new vocabulary
Whenever you learn a new word, whether in the classroom or when you’re out and about, make sure you make a note of it. Whenever you have some free time, you can practise what you’ve learned. You could even do this on your phone so you needn’t carry around a notebook with you.

It’s also worth making a note of the translation into your own language and any unusual phonological aspects of the word.


5. Surround yourself with English speakers
If you just spend your time outside of the classroom with people from your own country, you’ll miss out on a big chance to practise English. If you try to befriend other English speakers, you’ll be forced into speaking the English language. You’ll also pick up things like slang and conversational English that you’re unlikely to learn in the classroom.

If you struggle to find English speakers, at least try and spend time with people off your course that are from countries other than your own. This way, you will still have to speak English.


6. Figure out your best time to learn
Are you a morning or afternoon person? If you can work out when your brain is at its sharpest then you should cram in your language learning at this time. Some people work best first thing in the morning and switch off after lunchtime, while for others it takes a while to get going every day.

Think about when you function best and plan your learning to suit this. For example, there’s no point taking lessons that run late into the night when you’re likely to easily lose concentration.


7. Listen to British and American music
In addition to watching films and TV, listening to music is another great and fun way of improving your grasp of a language. There’s an almost endless amount of music out there to choose from, with most tracks having lyrics easily available online.

You could listen to a song a day and read the lyrics along to it. If you come across any language that you don’t understand then research it. If you’re at a low level then perhaps go for some slower folk, country or acoustic music, which often has lyrics that are slower and easier to understand.

Once you’re feeling more confident you could go for some rap music, which is generally a lot quicker and harder to understand.


8. Language swap
In addition to learning English in class, you could find somebody who is keen to learn your own language and exchange information with them. Being able to speak a language is a gift and, whatever your mother tongue, there will be somebody out there that wants to learn it.

You can meet up and give each other work, swap knowledge and help each other progress. This is a great way of continuing your learning outside of the classroom while also saving money.

9. Practise English whenever you can
It’s incredibly important that you don’t leave your English learning inside the classroom. Make an effort to go to the library and study your notes, read and write in English, and speak to English nationals and other English speakers.

When you’re in bed at night, look over your English notes from the day and try to memorise some vocabulary as you’re falling asleep. The first thing you do in the morning while you’re eating your cereal could be to learn a couple of new words. Make sure you never escape learning.

10. Record yourself and your lesson

Make the most of the recorder on your smartphone and practise pronunciation. This is a good way of learning pronunciation because you might know it when you first hear it then forget it later.

Although your teacher might not like you to do this, and you should always get their permission, it can be useful to record lessons. As you travel home or fall asleep you can listen to it. It’s a great way to revise the information and practise listening, as well as nail down some pronunciation.

11. Get a good bilingual dictionary
A bilingual dictionary is your best friend while you’re learning English. However, beware that a lot of dictionaries out there have numerous mistakes and mistranslations. Do some research and spend a bit of extra money on the best dictionary you can find.

It’s also worth bearing in mind that a number of online translators and electronic dictionaries on smartphones can be quite poor. Teachers will find it very obvious if you simply put something through a translator – it’s normally literally translated which doesn’t always work.

12. Learn English idioms and phrasal verbs
There are a number of aspects of the English language that you’re not always going to find in an academic course book. Things like idioms and phrasal verbs are extremely common in everyday English conversations.

If you manage to learn these then you’ll find it much easier to talk and understand conversations with native speakers. Although this is not the kind of language you’re likely to use in an academic essay, it’s arguably just as important to you.


13. Write every day
Writing is a great way of using new vocabulary and getting your head around grammar. Try and write something every day using new words and grammar that you’ve learned. Even if it’s only a few sentences, it’s very important to get into the habit of doing this.

It’s also a good way of comparing your progress as you improve your knowledge of the English language. If you have access to English speaking friends or a teacher, you could ask them to look over your writing and give you some pointers.


14. Tell you teacher what you want to learn
If you’re learning English in a language school or getting private lessons, you might not always be learning what you want. However, it can be difficult for your teacher to know exactly what you want to learn unless you tell them. So if you think that they’re giving you too much writing and not enough pronunciation, for example, then you should tell them. They’ll be pleased with the feedback.



15. Remember your mistakes
You will make mistakes, there’s no denying it. Chances are that you’ll make the same mistakes over and over again. Next time that you’re corrected by a teacher, whether this is written or orally, you should make a note of your mistakes.

Perhaps you forget when to use the correct article or you get the past simple and present perfect tenses mixed up? Make a note of this and work on your mistakes.


16. Put yourself into difficult situations
If you search out situations where you must speak, read and listen that are outside of your comfort zone, you’ll be forced into using the English language. This can be one of the best ways to learn English because you really focus on what you’re saying and it gets you used to uncomfortable situations.

Try and order some food at a restaurant, speak to someone at a tourist information centre or just start chatting to a native speaker in a bar. Don’t be afraid to make mistakes. Getting something wrong is actually a great way of understanding why it works a certain way.

17. Change the language on your social media or smartphone

Have you ever accidentally changed the language on a device or on a website and then struggled to get it back again? We’ve all been there before. However, this can actually be a good way of learning an additional language. If you turn your Facebook, Twitter and smartphone settings to ‘English’ then you can continue to learn the language while you’re communicating with friends.

18. Be realistic
It’s extremely common for language learners to want to better their English at an unrealistic pace. Set yourself objectives but be genuine in what you can achieve. Your teacher is just there to tell you things and practise with you for a few hours a day. It’s your job to remember and correctly use what you are taught.

You cannot expect to just turn up to class for a few weeks and be able to speak the language. You must engage in lots of work outside of class and use your brain as much as possible.

How to Apply for Postal Ballot in Telangana Muncipal elections 2020

How to Apply for Postal Ballot in Telangana Muncipal elections 2020 
Teachers Employees who are on Duty in Telangana Muncipal Elections 2020 need to cast their vote through Post Ballot. Here is the Process to Apply Online for Postal Ballot at Official website. Step by Step process to submit Application Form for Postal Ballot at www.tsec.gov.in.in/postalballot by new user. Teachers employees have to get Postal Ballot to caste their Vote in Muncipal Elections 2020 Apply Here
Teachers Employees who are on Duty in Telangana Muncipal Elections 2020 need to cast their vote through Post Ballot. Here is the Process to Apply Online for Postal Ballot at Official website. Step by Step process to submit Application Form for Postal Ballot at www.tsec.gov.in.in/postalballot by new user. Teachers employees have to get Postal Ballot to caste their Vote in Muncipal Elections 2020 Apply Here

How to Submit Application for Postal Ballot 



  1. Teachers employees who are in the Telangana Muncipal Elections need to visit official website of Election Commission, Telangana 
  2. Visit www.tsec.gov.in/postalballot/newuser
  3. Click on Postal Ballot System for ULB Elections
  4. Click on click here for new employee registration
  5. A new form will be opened on screen.
  6. Enter Employee ID/Mobile Number
  7. Enter Password
  8. Re-Enter Password
  9. Enter captcha code
  10. Click on Register and Login button
  11. After successful registration system will show the Employee Login Screen.
  12. In that go to Services tab and Click on Apply for Post Ballot
  13. Select Election Duty (PO/APO/OPO).
  14. Enter Employee Number, Order Number, Employee Name, Mobile Number, EPIC ID, Electoral Serial Number Resident District, Resident ULB, Election duty district, Whether to send postal ballot paper to Home/Office address, Upload address proof.
  15. Click On Submit Button.
  16. Once the employee submit the details, Employee can monitor the Status.
  17. Election Commission will issue the Postal Ballot. 
  18. This status can be shown in employee login.
  19. If Election Commission accepts the postal ballot application then employee can view the postal ballot.

Click here to Apply for Postal Ballot
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Labels ~ Teachers Employees who are on Duty in Telangana Muncipal Elections 2020 need to cast their vote through Post Ballot. Here is the Process to Apply Online for Postal Ballot at Official website. Step by Step process to submit Application Form for Postal Ballot at www.tsec.gov.in.in/postalballot by new user. Teachers employees have to get Postal Ballot to caste their Vote in Muncipal Elections 2020 Apply Here

AP Schools MDM Menu 2020 Implementation Orders

AP Schools MDM Menu 2020 Implementation Orders 
Andhra Pradesh Government Local Body Schools Mid Day Meals Menu 2020 implementation orders issued by school Education Department of Andhra Pradesh Download here AP MDM Revised Menu for 2020 from 20th January. Day wise MDM Menu for the week Days in Andhra Pradesh Govt Schools which is Teachers Headmasters have to be noted
Andhra Pradesh Government Local Body Schools Mid Day Meals Menu 2020 implementation orders issued by school Education Department of Andhra Pradesh Download here AP MDM Revised Menu for 2020 from 20th January. Day wise MDM Menu for the week Days in Andhra Pradesh Govt Schools which is Teachers Headmasters have to be noted

Download Implementation Orders

TS Board of Intermediate Grievance Redressal System BIGRS @bigrs.telangana.gov.in

TS Board of Intermediate Grievance Redressal System BIGRS @bigrs.telangana.gov.in

Telangana State Board of Intermediate Education TSBIE launched Online Grievance Services for the sake of students and Parents to lodge complants against problems facing by the students because of colleges. BIGRS Board of Intermediate Grievance Redressal System Telangana official website to submit complants by students related to Exam Fee, Holidays/ Vacations Students Online Services, Hall Tickets, Memo and Results. Know here how to Submit Complant Online at BIGRS website http://bigrs.telangana.gov.in/ ts-board-of-intermediate-grievance-redressal-system-bigrs.telangana.gov.in-file-complant


Telangana State Board of Intermediate Education TSBIE launched Online Grievance Services for the sake of students and Parents to lodge complants against problems facing by the students because of colleges. BIGRS Board of Intermediate Grievance Redressal System Telangana official website to submit complants by students related to Exam Fee, Holidays/ Vacations Students Online Services, Hall Tickets, Memo and Results. Know here how to Submit Complant Online at BIGRS website http://bigrs.telangana.gov.in/ ts-board-of-intermediate-grievance-redressal-system-bigrs.telangana.gov.in-file-complant

How to Submit Complant at Board of Intermediate Grievance Redressal System BIGRS
Students need to file Online complants when they face problem of Exam Fee Hall Tickets Memo Results. Know the process here to file complant


  1. Visit the BIGRS Website first http://bigrs.telangana.gov.in/
  2. Enter your Mobile Number , Click on Submit
  3. OTP will be sent to the given mobile
  4. Enter OTP and Click on Verify OTP
  5. You will be Redirected to Complant Form
  6. Enter Applicant Name
  7. Your Mobile Number will be Displayed there
  8. Enter College Code
  9. Select District Name
  10. Select College Name
  11. Select Category of the Problem
  12. Select Sub Category
  13. Write your Village Name
  14. Write your Address
  15. Upload any Proofs in the form of JPG, PNG and PDF
  16. Write some Description on the Complant
  17. Click on Submit
A Complant ID will be sent to your Mobile Number

Click here to file Complant
Labels ~ Telangana State Board of Intermediate Education TSBIE launched Online Grievance Services for the sake of students and Parents to lodge complants against problems facing by the students because of colleges. BIGRS Board of Intermediate Grievance Redressal System Telangana official website to submit complants by students related to Exam Fee, Holidays/ Vacations Students Online Services, Hall Tickets, Memo and Results. Know here how to Submit Complant Online at BIGRS website http://bigrs.telangana.gov.in/ ts-board-of-intermediate-grievance-redressal-system-bigrs.telangana.gov.in-file-complant

TS SSA School Grants School wise Component wise Details

TS SSA School Grants School wise Component wise Details Downoad
Telangana SSA Samagra Shiksha School Grants Schools wise Details useful for Audit available here
Download SSA School Grants component wise Download Details here ts-ssa-school-grants-school-wise-component-wise-details-download

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Scavenger Grants Phase I Details
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Telangana SSA Samagra Shiksha School Grants Schools wise Details useful for Audit available here   Download SSA School Grants component wise Download Details here ts-ssa-school-grants-school-wise-component-wise-details-download




TSPSC Food Safety Officers Recruitment 2020 - Apply Online @tspsc.gov.in

TSPSC Food Safety Officers Recruitment 2020 - Apply Online @tspsc.gov.in

Telangana State Public Service Commission TSPSC has yet released a Recruitment Notification to fill up Food Safety Officers in GHMC and Institute of Preventive Medicine Public Laboratories & Food. Interested eligible aspirants with suitable educational qualifications mentioned in the detailed Notification by TSPSC. Check here for Important Dates for Submission of Online Application at official website www.tspsc.gov.in. Candidates may know here how to Apply online for Food Safety officer jobs in the Telangana State Government. After checking eligibility conditions submit online application form follow the process. Applications  are  invited  Online  from  qualified  candidates  through  the  proforma Application to be made available on Commission’s WEBSITE (www.tspsc.gov.in) to the post of Food Safety Officer in The Director, Institute of Preventive Medicine Public (Health) Laboratories & Food ( Health) Administration and Greater Hyderabad Municipal Corporation in the State of Telangana tspsc-food-safety-officers-recruitment-eligibility-qualifications-importrant-dates-apply-online-tspsc.gov.in

Telangana State Public Service Commission TSPSC has yet released a Recruitment Notification to fill up Food Safety Officers in GHMC and Institute of Preventive Medicine Public Laboratories & Food. Interested eligible aspirants with suitable educational qualifications mentioned in the detailed Notification by TSPSC. Check here for Important Dates for Submission of Online Application at official website www.tspsc.gov.in. Candidates may know here how to Apply online for Food Safety officer jobs in the Telangana State Government. After checking eligibility conditions submit online application form follow the process. Applications  are  invited  Online  from  qualified  candidates  through  the  proforma Application to be made available on Commission’s WEBSITE (www.tspsc.gov.in) to the post of Food Safety Officer in The Director, Institute of Preventive Medicine Public (Health) Laboratories & Food ( Health) Administration and Greater Hyderabad Municipal Corporation in the State of Telangana tspsc-food-safety-officers-recruitment-eligibility-qualifications-importrant-dates-apply-online-tspsc.gov.in

TSPSC Food Safety Officers Recruitment 2020 - Details


  1. Submission of ONLINE applications from Dt. 06/01/2020
  2. Last date for submission of ONLINE applications Dt. 25/01/2020. The payment of Fee will not be accepted after 11:59 P.M of last date for submission.
  3. Hall Tickets can be downloaded 07 days before commencement of Examination.
  4. The Examination (Objective Type) dates will be announced later. The Commission reserves the right to conduct the Examination either COMPUTER BASED RECRUITMENT TEST (CBRT) or OFFLINE OMR based Examination of objective type.
The candidates who possess requisite qualification may apply online by satisfying themselves about the terms and conditions of this recruitment. The details of vacancies are given below: -


Post

No. of
Age as on
Scale of Pay
Name of the Post
01/07/2019
code.
Vacancies
Rs.

Min. Max.




01
Food Safety Officer  in IPM
10
18-34*
28,940 -
78,910/-









02
Food Safety Officer  in GHMC
26
18-34*
28,940 -
78,910/-










EDUCATIONAL QUALIFICATIONS:
Applicants must possess the qualifications from a recognized University/ Institution as detailed below or equivalent thereto, as specified in the relevant Service Rules, indented by the Department as on the Date of Notification.

Post

Educational Qualifications as specified by the
Name of the Post
Department as per G.O.Ms.No.20 HM&FW (C2) Dept.,
Code

dt.20/03/2018.



Food Safety Officer
i)
A degree in Food Technology or Dairy Technology
01

or Biotechnology or Oil Technology or Agricultural
in IPM



Science or Veterinary Sciences or Bio-Chemistry or






Microbiology  or  Master’s  Degree  in  Chemistry  or




Food Safety Officer

Degree in Medicine from a recognized University
02

OR
in GHMC
ii)
Any  other  equivalent  /  recognized  qualification




notified by the Central Government.






HOW TO UPLOAD THE APPLICATION FORM:


(i) The Applicants have to read the User Guide for Online Submission of Applications and then proceed further.

I Step: The Candidate has to visit the WEBSITE http://www.tspsc.gov.in and fill the OTR application if not registered earlier to obtain TSPSC ID. While filling the same, the candidates have to ensure that there are no mistakes in it. The Commission bears no responsibility for the mistakes, if any, made by the candidates.

II STEP:-The candidates have to visit the website http://www.tspsc.gov.in to submit Application and Click on the Link with Notification Number and Name, provide TSPSC ID and Date of Birth to proceed further.

Candidate has to verify the details fetched from various databases pertaining to qualification, caste, Aadhar etc, and displayed on the screen. If the displayed details are correct he/she has to click Yes on confirm button. If any details are not displayed or need to be changed, he/she should click No on confirm button. If details are not displayed a text box will open and candidate has to feed the details manually. Required documents have to be uploaded by clicking the upload button. In addition to the details obtained from OTR database, Notification specific details such as Examination Centre opted, required qualification, university details, eligibility and accepting declarations etc. are to be filled by the candidate. Preview and Edit facility is available to make changes and submit for proceeding to Next step of making online

Payment of fee.

III STEP:-Immediately on entering the above details, the applicant will get payment gateway. IV STEP:-The applicant should pay the prescribed fee as specified through any of the four modes of payment online. Separate instructions have to be followed for each mode of payment.

V STEP:-After payment of fee, the PDF Application will be generated which contains the particulars furnished by the candidates. The ID No in the PDF Application form has to be quoted for future reference/correspondence.

i) Candidate shall note that, the details available with OTR database at the time of submitting the application will be considered for the purpose of this notification. If, any changes are made by the candidate to OTR database at a later date will not be considered for the purpose of this Notification.

ii) Hand written/ Typed/ Photostat copies/ outside printed Application Form will not be accepted and liable for rejection.

iii) The applicants should be willing to serve anywhere in Telangana State.

iv) For any Technical problems related to Online submission and downloading of Hall-Tickets please contact 040-23542185 or 040-23542187 (Call Time: 10.30 A.M to 1.00 P.M & 1.30 P.M to 5.30 P.M) or mail to helpdesk@tspsc.gov.in

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Telangana Muncipal Elections Search Voter Slip - Download @tsec.gov.in

Telangana Muncipal Elections Search Voter Slip - Download
TS Ordinary Elections to Muncipalities and Corporations 2020 Search Voter Slip and Download How to  Download Voter Slip at official website https://tsec.gov.in/. Step by Step Process to Download Voter Slip for Telangana Muncipal Elections 2020. Official website to Download ULB WARD WISE ELECTORAL ROLLS telangana-muncipal-elections-search-voter-slip-download-pdf

TS Ordinary Elections to Muncipalities and Corporations 2020 Search Voter Slip and Download How to  Download Voter Slip at official website https://tsec.gov.in/. Step by Step Process to Download Voter Slip for Telangana Muncipal Elections 2020. Official website to Download ULB WARD WISE ELECTORAL ROLLS telangana-muncipal-elections-search-voter-slip-download-pdf

How to Download Voter Slips for Muncipal Elections - Telangana


Voters need to check their Vote for Muncipal Elections in Telangana and know the Polling Station Name and Location Check here for your Voter Slip by the process
  1. Go to Official website  https://tsec.gov.in
  2. Click on Download Voter Slip
  3. You will be redirected to another website
  4. Select District Name
  5. Enter your EPIC Number
  6. Enter Captcha code number
  7. Click on Search Voter
  8. PDF File will be displayed 
  9. Click on Print and take a copy
Click here for More Details

Click here to Download Voter Slip
Click here to Download Ward wise Electoral Role

Labels ~ TS Ordinary Elections to Muncipalities and Corporations 2020 Search Voter Slip and Download How to  Download Voter Slip at official website https://tsec.gov.in/. Step by Step Process to Download Voter Slip for Telangana Muncipal Elections 2020. Official website to Download ULB WARD WISE ELECTORAL ROLLS telangana-muncipal-elections-search-voter-slip-download-pdf

AP YSR Rythu Bharosa Scheme Payment Status Check @ysrrythubharosa.ap.gov.in/

AP Rythu Bharosa Scheme Payment Status Check @ysrrythubharosa.ap.gov.in/
Andhra Pradesh Govt implementing Rythu Bharosa Scheme which is designed for Financial support to the Farmers in the State AP. Sri YS Jagan CM of Andhra Pradesh has taken this Rythu Bharosa Scheme as prestigious and instructed to implement transperently. Eligible Farmer benifishieries may check here status of Payment at official website AP Rythu Bharosa Scheme Payment Status Check @ysrrythubharosa.ap.gov.in/ ap-ysr-rythu-bharosa-scheme-payment-status-check-ysrrythubharosa.ap.gov.in
Andhra Pradesh Govt implementing Rythu Bharosa Scheme which is designed for Financial support to the Farmers in the State AP. Sri YS Jagan CM of Andhra Pradesh has taken this Rythu Bharosa Scheme as prestigious and instructed to implement transperently. Eligible Farmer benifishieries may check here status of Payment at official website AP Rythu Bharosa Scheme Payment Status Check @ysrrythubharosa.ap.gov.in/ ap-ysr-rythu-bharosa-scheme-payment-status-check-ysrrythubharosa.ap.gov.in


Click here to Check Payment Status
Andhra Pradesh Govt implementing Rythu Bharosa Scheme which is designed for Financial support to the Farmers in the State AP. Sri YS Jagan CM of Andhra Pradesh has taken this Rythu Bharosa Scheme as prestigious and instructed to implement transperently. Eligible Farmer benifishieries may check here status of Payment at official website AP Rythu Bharosa Scheme Payment Status Check @ysrrythubharosa.ap.gov.in/ ap-ysr-rythu-bharosa-scheme-payment-status-check-ysrrythubharosa.ap.gov.in

YSR Navasakam Arogyasri Health Care Scheme Eligibility Status Check @ysraarogyasri.ap.gov.in

YSR Navasakam Arogyasree Status Check @navasakam4.apcfss.in/CheckArogyaSreeStatus.do
Andhra Pradesh Government providing cashless treatment under YSR Jagananna Navasakam Arogyasree Scheme to the white Ration Card holders in the State. Citizens of AP State may check their eligibility by entering their Ration Card number in the APCFSS official web portal.  http://www.ysraarogyasri.ap.gov.in/ will be the official url for the Dr YSR Arogyasri Health Care Trust, Andhra Pradesh. Peoples of AP may Check wheather they are eligible for AP Arogyasri Health Care Scheme or not please Check here ysr-navasakam-arogyasree-eligibility-status-check-ysraarogyasri.ap.gov.in

YSR Navasakam Arogyasree Scheme to the white Ration Card holders in the State. Citizens of AP State may check their eligibility by entering their Ration Card number in the APCFSS official web portal.  http://www.ysraarogyasri.ap.gov.in/ will be the official url for the Dr YSR Arogyasri Health Care Trust, Andhra Pradesh. Peoples of AP may Check wheather they are eligible for AP Arogyasri Health Care Scheme or not please Check here ysr-navasakam-arogyasree-eligibility-status-check-ysraarogyasri.ap.gov.in

YSR Navasakam Arogyasri Health Care Scheme - Details

Sri YS Jaganmohan Reddy, Chief Minister of Andhra Pradesh launched Health Care Scheme Dr YSR Arogyasri health Care Scheme in the State for the sake of poor people. By entering Ration Card Number they may know their eligibility Click here to Check

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YSR Navasakam Arogyasree Scheme to the white Ration Card holders in the State. Citizens of AP State may check their eligibility by entering their Ration Card number in the APCFSS official web portal.  http://www.ysraarogyasri.ap.gov.in/ will be the official url for the Dr YSR Arogyasri Health Care Trust, Andhra Pradesh. Peoples of AP may Check wheather they are eligible for AP Arogyasri Health Care Scheme or not please Check here ysr-navasakam-arogyasree-eligibility-status-check-ysraarogyasri.ap.gov.in

Ordnance Factory Board OFB Recruitment 2020 – Apply Online for 6060 Vacancies @ www.ofb.gov.in

Ordnance Factory Board OFB Recruitment 2020  – Apply Online for 6060 Vacancies @ www.ofb.gov.in

OFB Recruitment 2020: 6060 Vacancies Notified for Trade Apprentice Posts, Apply Online @ www.ofb.gov.in | OFB Recruitment 2020  – Apply Online for 6060 Vacancies


OFB Recruitment 2020: Ordnance Factory Board has invited applications for various posts of Trade Apprentice.Interested candidates can apply to the posts Trade Apprentice through the online mode on or before 9 February 2020.The number of vacancies is approx. 6060 including 3847 ITI and 2219 Non-ITI, as part of OFB’s Skill India Mission.Candidates can check state wise vacancy details, post name, post eligibility criteria, selection criteria and other details about the post in this Webpage.

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OFB Recruitment 2020  Information in Detail:


1. Notification :OFB Recruitment 2020: 6060 Vacancies Notified for Trade Apprentice Posts, Apply Online @ www.ofb.gov.in
2. Notification Date Jan 2, 2020
3. Last Date of Submission Feb 9, 2020
4. Trade Apprentice Total Vacancies – 6060
5. Age Limit : The candidate’s age limit should be between 15 to 24 years as on 09.02.2020
6. Official URL https://www.ofb.gov.in
7. Education Qualification  :
For ITI Category – Should have Passed Madhyamik (class X std or equivalent) as on date of notification for applying with minimum 50% marks in aggregate and with 40% marks in Mathematics and Science each.
For Non ITI Category – Should have passed relevant trade test from any institute recognized by NCVT or SCVT or any other ofbthority specified through Gazette notification of Ministry of Skill Development and Entrepreneurship/Ministry of Labour and Employment with duration as per the Apprentice Act 1961 plus passed Madhyamik / Class X std or equivalent (Minimum 50% aggregate marks both in Matriculate / Class X std and ITI). The relevant trade to be considered will be strictly on the basis of Schedule I of Apprentice Act 1961 (and amendments thereof)

OFB Recruitment 2020 Selection Process:

Selection will be done on the basis of,

Merit list
Standard of Physical Fitness
Medical Examination

OFB Recruitment 2020  Important Dates

Online Application Date: 10 January 2020
Last date of the online application date: 9 February 2020

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NPR - 2020/ Census 2021 Roles and Responsibilities of Enumerator/ Supervisor

NPR - 2020 Roles and Responsibilities of Enumerator/ Supervisor 
National Population Register 2020 which is also called as Census 2020 Programme to be held in the Summer Holidays through out the India. Roles and Responsibilities of Supervisor and Enumerators in the Field work. Enumerators job chart from the begining to end of the NPR 2020 Programme in India. Generally, Census in India held for every 10 years. Here we have a look at Roles and Responsibilities and Job Chart of Supervisors and enumerators npr-2020-census-roles-responsibilities-job-charts-supervisors-enumerators

National Population Register 2020 which is also called as Census 2020 Programme to be held in the Summer Holidays through out the India. Roles and Responsibilities of Supervisor and Enumerators in the Field work. Enumerators job chart from the begining to end of the NPR 2020 Programme in India. Generally, Census in India held for every 10 years. Here we have a look at Roles and Responsibilities and Job Chart of Supervisors and enumerators npr-2020-census-roles-responsibilities-job-charts-supervisors-enumerators

Census 2020 Programme Roles Responsibilities - Job Charts


Supervisor
  1. Overseeing the training of enumerators including self-training
  2. Coordinate with charge officer and enumerator and ensure timely distribution of material to the enumerators
  3. Undertaking inspection of the field work
  4. Ensuring timely start and completion
  5. Ensuring correctness and quality of data collection
  6. Ensuring and certifying full coverage of all HLBs in the allotted supervisory circle
  7. Coordinating the field activities of enumerators under her/him
  8. Any other task assigned by the Competent Authority

Enumerator
  1. Collecting Appointment Letter and Identity Card
  2. Attending training compulsorily with full attention
  3. Collect all relevant materials (Layout map etc.) for field work including NPR data booklet, Blank NPR schedule (A4 size) and summary sheet etc. for the area allotted
  4. Studying the manual carefully. If any doubt is there, get it clarified from your Charge Officer
  5. Going around the area assigned to you and familiarize yourself
  6. All usual residents within the boundary of the area assigned to you have to be covered.
  7. Visiting each household to update the demographic information as per process laid out in the manual. In case the house is locked at the time of your visit, please visit again. You may also inform the neighbours to inform the household
  8. Inform the household while preparing the lay out map or canvassing the Houselisting schedule that the numbers like Aadhaar number, Voter ID card number, mobile number, Passport number and Driving License number may be kept ready for data collection under NPR
  9. Update the NPR database for each member of the household.
  10. Inform the respondent that it is her/his duty to give correct particulars regarding each and every normal resident in the household.
  11. Show the updated data to the respondent and obtain her/his signature/ thumb impression in the booklet.
  12. For the residents not found in the booklet, fill up fresh NPR schedule as per process indicated in the manual. For mobile App, new schedules are to be filled up as per process laid out in the respective Instruction Manual.

Field Work by Enumerator/ Supervisor

Step by Step modifying /correcting NPR data booklet and filling up of new NPR schedule and other forms by the Enumerator during field work:

  1.  All the pages in the booklet are serially numbered. Ensure that the booklet contains all the pages with proper printing on each page. At the end of booklet, some blank NPR schedules and summary sheets have also been provided. If any discrepancy is there, immediately contact your supervisor/charge officer for rectifying the same.
  2. The cover page of the booklet (Annex X) contains the Location Particulars of the HLB (2020) or new HLB number which has been allotted to you. Please confirm that the NPR data booklet is of the same HLB for which you have to undertake the field work.
  3. All the particulars like Names of State, District/ Tehsil/Taluk/ P.S./ Dev.Block/ Circle/ Mandal, Town/Village with their respective codes will be pre-printed. The Ward code, Household Block Number and Sub- Block Number and the Pin Code Number will also be pre-printed. The mobile number of the Enumerator is to be recorded on the cover page (Annex X)of the booklet.
  4. The NPR updation will be undertaken through enquiries from the head of the household or any adult responsible member of the household. Choose the right respondent who is well informed, articulate and can provide the requisite information by herself/himself or after consulting other member(s) in the household. While recording the information in the NPR Schedule, you are advised to involve as many members in the household as possible. You will find that the NPR data booklet and Schedule is simple and easy to understand, once you are conversant and familiar with it. The questions included in the NPR are self-explanatory and mainly deal with name of members of the household and their place of residence. Please remember that every member in the household has different particulars and hence particulars of each and every member of the household should be correctly ascertained and recorded.
  5. The degree of accuracy in filling up of the NPR data during the enumeration largely depends on the interest taken by you in following the instructions contained in this manual. You are, therefore, advised to go through these instructions more than once because total grasp of the terms used and absolute command over the system of entering answers to various questions will form the foundation for systematic enumeration by modifying/correcting the entries in the booklet and canvassing of the NPR Schedule for new residents. This would also help you in avoiding pitfalls, duplication of efforts and unnecessary labour. In case of any doubt, never hesitate to ask your Supervisor or the Charge Officer.
  6. You have to only canvass the NPR booklet/new schedule in the households of your Houselisting Block(s) without omission or duplication. The next question is who are eligible for enumeration? The 

General Instructions for Enumerators



  1. Attend the training classes, study the NPR Schedule and the Manual carefully and understand them thoroughly.
  2. Ensure the collection of following material before leaving the training centre :
  3. Appointment Letter
  4. Identity Card
  5. Pre-printed NPR data booklet (Check that Name and location code of State, District, Sub-district, Town/Village/Ward etc. are correct)
  6. Stationary articles for field work
  7. Always carry and display your Identity Card during the field work.
  8. Before starting the work, meet prominent persons of the area like village headman, Gaon burah, Sarpanch, Municipal Councillors, representatives of RWAs etc. and explain them the objective of NPR updation and purpose of your visit and seek their cooperation.
  9. Visit each household to get information for each member of the household as printed in the NPR booklet. Remember to cover all Households. In case of any difficulty, immediately inform your Supervisor/Charge Officer.
  10. Special Charges would be covered later.
  11. Use blue ball-point pen only for making entries in the schedule.
  12. While modifying/correcting the NPR booklet or while filling the new NPR schedule for a new member of the household or a new household, take extra care to write Letters and Numerals in the centre of boxes without touching the sides.
  13. Make extra efforts to record name of the person and date of birth accurately. If need be, ask for Aadhaar Card, Voter ID card of the respondent for a reference.
  14. If the work of more than one Houselisting Block is allotted, it is required to prepare separate sets of records for each Houselisting Block allotted.



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