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The result of the following category will be announced on 20.05.2014-

1. ST (EC)
2. BC:B (EC)
3. General (HI)
4. BC:A (EC)
5. General (MSP)
6. ST (ESM)
7. SC (ESM)
8. General (ESM)
9. General (EC)
10. BC:B (ESM) and
11. General (LM & CP)

For the  final vacancies for WBSSC LDC 2013 recruitment, check here.

To check the list of shortlisted candidates for document verification, visit here.

For the list of documents required for document verification, check here.

Postal Assistant/ Sorting Assistant 2014 GK Questions of 27th April's Exam

  • Uber Cup and Thomas Cup are associated with which sports?
  • Who is the winner of Gandhi Peace Prize 2013?
  • What are in Acid Rain that destroys vegetation?
  • Which is Rabi Crop?
  • Where is the head quarter of International Olympic Committee (IOA)?
  • Which state has the unicameral legislature?
  • Who is the present Chief Election Commissioner (CEC) in India?
  • Which state is known as 'God's Own Country'?
  • Which soil is suitable for cultivating Cashew Nut?
  • Which is the highest mountain peak in south India?
  • Between whom the third Battle of Panipat was fought?
  • Who is the Ex-Officio chairman of Council of States?
  • When RBI cut down Cash Reserve Ration (CRR), what is its impact?
  • Which of the following has a polymer- Natural rubber?
  • Which team is the winner of Hockey India League 2014 Championship?

You may also share here some general awareness questions of today's PA/ SA 2014 exam.

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Complete review of Postal Assistant/ Sorting Assistant exam held on 27.04.2014

Well, after studying the question paper, we have realized that this year's question paper was the easiest paper than that of previous year's question papers other than the general knowledge part.. 

Reasoning - First go for reasoning section. It was a easy section. Question were asked from analogy, series, non-verbal, basic relational problem etc.

English - Questions were from error correction, synonym, antonym, passage, preposition etc.

Numerical Aptitude - Section was easy. Questions are asked from time and work, time and distance, number system, profit and loss etc.

General Knowledge - This section was quite tough part. We will publish soon general knowledge question here.

So friends, if you have scored above 60-65 marks, you have a bright chance!

Complete Review of SSC CGL 2013 Tier-I re-exam held on 27.04.2014

Well, according to the candidates who have appeared for today's CGL re-exam, the question paper was overall easy except the general awareness section. We will now share here subject-wise review of SSC CGL 2013 re-exam.

General Intelligence and Reasoning: This section was quite easy. Questions were asked from number and alphabetical series, odd one out, arranging word dictionary-wise, coding-decoding, find the missing number, problem figure etc. Although the question were easy, but time consuming.

Quantitative Aptitude: This part was also easy. Question were asked from Time and Work, series, average, trigonometry, time and distance, geometry, simple interest, compound interest, data interpretation etc.

English Language: English section was neither so easy nor to tough. But if you have enough knowledge and good practice, it is not easy task for you to score average 30 marks in English. Questions were from error correction, one word substitution, passage, sentence improvement, correct spelling, synonym-antonym etc.

General Awareness: The most tough section of the question paper! It is expected that the general awareness section in SSC CGL exam will be always tough as before. 

Please Note: Candidates have shared their own experience in the re-exam with us. Based on their experience, we have written this exam-review.

 photo New_1_zps73af3ff1.gifFor those candidates from rest of the cities who are going to appear for re-exam, read out- How to crack SSC CGL exam easily with good score.

Also download model practice sets for SSC CGL 2013 Tier-I re-exam.

Q. Which is the largest producer of salt in India?

A. Rajasthan
B. Madhya Pradesh
C. Gujarat
D. Tamil Nadu

Q. The number of paper mill in India is-
indian geography
A. 80
B. 75
C. 60
D. 85

Q. The largest producer of Manganese is-

A. Madhya Pradesh
B. Orissa
C. Karnataka
D. Andhra Pradesh

Q. What is the position of India in terms of production of Coal?

A. First
B. Second
C. Third
D. Fourth

Q. Which is the most important potential water power region of India?

A. Eastern Ghats
B. Western Ghats
C. Himalayas
D. Satpure

Q. Which is the largest producer of Gypsum?

A. Rajasthan
B. Gujarat
C. Karnataka
D. Tamil Nadu

Q. Where was the first mineral oil discovered in India?

A. Mumbai
B. Digboi
C. Ankleshwar
D. Naharkatiya

Q. In which year Bombay High was spudded?

A. 1975
B. 1973
C. 1985
D. 1978

Q. Khetri in Rajasthan is famous for-

A. Bauxite mines
B. Copper mines
C. Mica mines
D. Gold mines

Q. The largest producer of Pulses in India is-

A. A.P.
B. M.P.
C. Orissa
D. Karnataka

Q. Which city is known as 'Pearl City' in India?

A. Kochi
B. Hyderabad
C. Tuticorin
D. Kandla

Q. Anantapur district in A.P. is famous for-

A. Gold
B. Mica
C. Copper
D. Zinc

Q. Which Indian state has the world's largest deposit of Thorium?

A. A.P.
B. Orissa
C. Bihar
D. Kerala

5 Important Tips & Suggestion for SSC CGL (Tier-I & II) Exam

Well, in order to crack CGL exam, at first you must have to do some strategies. No need to say that hard work is compulsory because there is no alternative way of hard work. But without proper planning, your hard work will go in vein. So, proper and effective planning is required along with preparation in a scientific way.

  • First, you are required to study the syllabus and previous year’s question papers of CGL exam which will help you get some idea about the exam.
  • Preparation should be subject-wise. You should study all the subjects one by one.  Complete one subject at a time. When you complete one subject, go for next subject.
  • Whenever you complete the entire syllabus of CGL exam, try to solve model/ sample question paper and previous year’s question papers.
  • The most important thing in competitive exam is Time Management. Keep a wrist watch infront of you while solving question papers. Time should be strictly maintained. While practicing the situation should be such that you are writing in exam centre.
  • After solving each subject or paper, check the answers with answer keys of sample question paper. Don’t forget to analyze the answers which are incorrect written by you. It will reduce the chance of attempting same errors in your next mock test.

Keep practicing in this way. You will definitely see success in SSC CGL exam.

Note: We will discuss here soon about the subject-wise strategies that should be followed for your upcoming SSC CGL Tie-I and Tier-II exams.

How to submit WBCS application fees through IPO

The detailed process is given here-
  1. First take a print out copy of your duly-filled application form.
  2. Purchase IPO for Rs. 210 payable to the Secretary, PSC, West Bengal at GPO, Kolkata. The IPO must be purchased on or before 15.05.2014.
  3. Take a print out copy of Annexure-I which is given below and fill it.
  4. Staple all the three papers under the above-mentioned item no. 1,2 & 3 and put them in an envelope and send or submit at the following address with superscribing " Copy of Online application for West Bengal Civil Service (Exe.) etc. Examination, 2014"-
The Secretary, Public Service Commission,
West Bengal, 161A, S.P. Mukherjee Road,
Kolkata- 700 026

ImportantThe application form should be reached through speed post or dropped to the box at the reception counter of WBPSC latest by 26.05.2014. If you have any query call to these numbers- 033-2463-2262 and 033-2465-9704 from 8:00 A.M. to 10:00 P.M. on all working days.

Check here for official notice.

To check result status of LIC HFL Assistant 2014 recruitment exam, check here.

What is the future of SSC CGL Tier-I 2013 re-exam that is going to be held on 27th April?

Well, SSC has already announced that CGL 2013 re-exam will be held on 27th April, 2014 in 7 selected cities. The list of seven cities is here. The admit cards for re-exam have already issued. After publishing the final verdict, many aspirants from those selective cities are very confused whether the Tier-I re-exam on 27th April will be held or not! It fully depends on SSC. 

What we think? According to us, the chance of conducting SSC CGL 2013 re-exam on 27th April, 2014 is 100 percent. SSC will conduct re-exam in those 7 centres on 27th April. Thereafter they will conduct Tier-I re-exam later on the rest of centres in all over the country. Now let's see what actually N.K. Raghupathy, the Ex-Chairman of SSC, post in Facebook-
As per info CAT has ordered Tier I and Tier II reexam all over India. In my view SSC will proceed with Tier I reexam in 7 centres on 27th April and schedule in other centres later....

SSC will publish soon an official notice regarding conducting of re-exam in all over India. We will publish more updates shortly. Stay Tuned!

So friends, be prepared to appear for CGL 2013 Tier-I and Tier-II re-exam. Check here model practice set for SSC CGL Tier-I exam-

Vacancy, Eligibility details for JNU Assistant, MTS, Librarian jobs recruitment

Name of Posts: There are various posts are available which is about total 11 vacancies. The different posts with their eligibility, pay scale, vacancy details are as follows-

1. Senior Laboratory Assistant (Stores) post details:
  • Vacancy- 1 (ST 1)
  • Pay Scale- Rs. 5200- 20200 with grade pay of Rs. 2400
  • Essential Qualification- Passed matriculation/10 level exam with science (or) 10+2 standard exam with science subjects. Minimum 8-10 years work experience is required in respective field.

2. Laboratory Assistant (School of Biotechnology) post details:

  • Vacancy - 1 (ST)
  • Pay Scale - Rs. 5200- 20200 with grade pay of Rs. 2000
  • Essential Qualification - Passed 12th standard exam in science stream with 55 % marks (or) passed B.Sc. with 50 marks.

3. Technical Assistant (Animal House, School of Life Science) post details:
  • Vacancy - 1 (ST)
  • Pay Scale - Rs. 5200- 20200 with grade pay of Rs. 2800
  • Essential Qualification - Must be a graduate in science stream. should have basic computer knowledge.

4. Deputy Librarian (Central Library) post details:
  • Vacancy - 1 (OBC)
  • Pay Scale - Rs. 15600- 39100 with grade pay of Rs. 8000
  • Essential Qualification - Post Graduate degree in Library Science/Information Science/Documentation Science with at least 55%. 5 years work experience is required.

5. Office Attendant (MTS) post details:

  • Vacancy - 4 (SC 1, OBC 3)
  • Pay Scale - Rs. 5200- 20200 with grade pay of Rs. 1800
  • Essential Qualification - Passed 10th level exam/ ITI

6. Personal Assistant post details:
  • Vacancy - 1 (ST)
  • Pay Scale -  Rs. 9300- 34800 with grade pay of Rs. 4200
  • Essential Qualification - Passed 10+2 level exam.with proficiency in shorthand with a speed of 120 w.p.m. 2 years work experience is required.

7. Security Assistant post details:
  • Vacancy - 2 (General)
  • Pay Scale - Rs. 5200- 20200 with grade pay of Rs. 1900
  • Essential Qualification - Passed 10th level exam. Knowledge in computer and typing test is required.

jnu recruitment How to apply for JNU Assistant, MTS & Librarian 2014 recruitment

Candidates are required to apply online through JNU's official website. For advertisement, important instruction, online registration form, application fees, check here.

Last date of online applications - 19th May, 2014 till 6.30 PM

Vacancy, Eligibility details for IREL 2014 job recruitment

Vacancy: There are total 12 vacancies. The post-wise vacancy details are as follows-
  1. Steno-Typist: 7 posts
  2. Jr. Clerk: 2 posts
  3. Peon & Attendant: 3 posts

Age Limit: The upper age limit is 35 years as on 31.04.2014.

Scale of Pay: The pay scale for  Steno-Typist and Jr. Clerk posts is Rs. Rs. 8800 - 3% - 24770. The pay scale for Peon & Attendant is Rs. 8440 - 3% - 23750.

Educational & Essential Qualification: 
  • Steno-Typist: Must be a graduate from recognized university and must have typing speed of 40 w.p.m. and shorthand 100 w.p.m. with 2 years experience as steno-typist.
  • Jr. Clerk: Graduate from a recognized university with 40 w.p.m. in typing and 3 years of experience.
  • Peon & Attendant: Candidates must have passed at least 8th level exam.

How to apply for  IREL Steno-Typist, Jr. Clerk, Peon & Attendant jobs

Candidates are requited to apply through offline mode of application. The duly filled application form along with the recent size photo pasted on the form, self attested photocopies of age proof, caste certificate, educational qualification and experience certificate, should be sent to the following address on or before 05.05.2014-
GM(HRM), Indian Rare Earths Limited,
Plot No. 1207, Veer Savarkar Marg, Near Siddhi Vinayak Temple,
Prabhadevi, Mumbai – 400 028

The last date of application is 5th May, 2014.

For official notification, application form check here.

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The cutoff marks for LDC and DEO posts in SSC CHSL 2013 re-exam are given below-

A. Cutoff marks for LDC:

  • SC  - 102.25
  • ST - 88.25
  • OBC - 111
  • Gen - 122.50

B. Cutoff marks for DEO:

  • SC  - 104
  • ST - 95
  • OBC - 116.50
  • Gen - 127

To view the list of selected candidates for typing test/ skill test in SSC CHSL 2013 re-exam, check the links given below-

The following posts are available-

  • A- Sub-Inspector in Delhi Police 
  • B- Sub-Inspector in Border Security Force (BSF) 
  • C- Sub-Inspector in Central Industrial Security Force(CISF) 
  • D- Assistant Sub-Inspector in Central Industrial Security Force(CISF) 
  • E- Sub-Inspector in Central Reserve Police Force(CRPF) 
  • F- Sub-Inspector in Indo-Tibetan Border Police (ITBP) 
  • G- Sub-Inspector in Sahsstra Seema Bal(SSB)

The cutoff marks for male and female candidates for above mentioned posts. To see the available vacancies and final category-wise cutoff marks, check here.

To view the list of selected candidates in final merit list, check the following links-

Admit Card for SSC CGL 2013 Tier-I Re-Exam

To download your SSC CGL 2013 Tier-I re-exam's call letter (for Central Region), check here.

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The detailed postal circle PA/ SA 2014 exam's schedule are as follows-

  • 27.04.2014 - Assam (12), Chhattisgarh (14), Delhi (15), Kerala (22), North East (25), Odisha (26), Rajasthan (28)
  • 04.05.2014 - Jharkhand (20) from 10 a.m. to 12 noon
  • 11.05.2014 - Tamil Nadu (29) from 10 a.m. to 12 noon, Maharashtra (24) and Uttarakhand (31) from 2 p.m. to 4 p.m.
  • 18.05.2014 - Jammu & Kashmir (19), Punjab (27) from 10 a.m. to 12 noon
  • 25.05.2014 - Andhra Pradesh (11), West Bengal (32) from 2 p.m. to 4 p.m.
  • 01.06.2014 - Uttar Pradesh (30) from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m., Gujarat (16) from 2 p.m. to 4 p.m.
  • 08.06.2014 - Bihar (13), Himachal Pradesh (18) from 10 a.m. to 12 p.m.

How to get admit card/ call letter for PA/ SA 2014 exam?

Postal department didn't issue the call letter for written exam yet. The admit cards will be available shortly on the website You will also get the news on issuing of call letters from our website. Keep checking our website regularly for further updates on postal circle PA/ SA 2014 exam.

Please Note: The dates of rest of the states have not been published yet. You can expect this schedule within few days. We will inform your about it on our website.

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Vacancy, Eligibility details for NARL Scientists/ Engineers 2014 recruitment

Vacancy: Total vacancies are 5.

narl job vacanciesScale of Pay: The basic pay scale for NARL Scientists/ Engineers posts is Rs.15600-39100 with grade pay of Rs.6600 plus DA, HRA etc. The initial salary will be of Rs. 48165.

Age Limit: The upper age limit is 40 years as on 30.04.2014.

Educational Qualification: The candidates must have passed M.Sc., or MS in Physical Sciences in First Class with an aggregate minimum of 65% marks or CGPA/ CPI grading of a minimum of 6.5 on a 10 scale at the Master’s Degree level. For more details about academic qualification, refer to official notification.

How to apply for NARL Scientists/ Engineers jobs recruitment

Candidates are required to apply online through the website To know about application process and other relevant information, read out the official advertisement of NARL.

Important Dates: 

Last Date of Online Registration- 30th April, 2014
Last Date of Receiving Printed Application Form- 7th May, 2014

Q. In which year, the Harappan Civilization was discovered?

A. 1921
B. 1901
C. 1911
D. 1935

Q. In which of the following civilizations, Lothal was present?

A. Harappan
B. Egyptian
C. Persian
D. None of the above

Q. What is the meaning of Mohenjodaro?

A. Mound of the Great
B. Mound of the Survivor
C. Mound of the Dead
D. Mound of the Living

Q. Which of the following animals was not familiar with Indus Valley Civilization?

A. Bull
B. Horse
C. Giraffe
D. Elephant

Q. The people of Indus Valley Civilization were specialized in-

A. Architecture
B. Town planning
C. Craftsmanship
D. All of the above

Q. Which of the following is the earliest city of India?

A. Sindh
B. Harappa
C. Mohenjodaro
D. Rangpur

Q. Where was the cotton for textile first cultivated?

A. Egypt
B. India
C. Mesopotamia
D. China

Q. The Indus Civilization was discovered by -

A. A.L. Basham
B. Rakhal Das Bandopadhay
C. Sir Leonard Wooley
D. None of the above

Q. Where was the famous Bull-seal of Indus Valley Civilization found?

A. Lothal
B. Harappa
C. Mohenjodaro
D. None of these

Q. Which is the oldest civilization?

A. Harappa
B. Mohendaro
C. Mehergarh
D. Mesopotamia

Please Note: If any wrong answer can be found, please inform us! This may be typo-mistake.

The provisionally allotted candidates are being sent intimation regarding about their selection for their pre-employment medical test. The date, time, venue of pre-medical examination will be published shortly on NICL's website. To view the list of selected candidates in final merit list of NICL AO 2013 recruitment, check the following links-

Many many congratulations to all successful candidates!

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Under this circumstances, SSC has to publish an official notice to assure all the candidates that Tier-I re-exam will be conducted on earlier announced date (27.04.2014). There is no postponement of the re-exam.

Read out the official notification published by SSC.

Important Message:
We request all the candidates- Please do not trust on any rumor spread by some persons or newspapers. This will misguide you and your attention. Check our website for any reliable sources of such news. We never provide any false news on our blog. We always provide you the right path. 

Is there any chance to held on 27th April? Can SSC conduct re-exam on pre-scheduled date?

ssc cgl 2013 re-examWell, we will say yes! SSC CGL 2013 Tier-I re-exam will be held on 27.04.2014. There is no problem for SSC to conduct re-exam on previously scheduled date on 7-selective cities. After 27th April, if the court says to conduct the re-exam on some more centres or in whole country, then SSC can able to do so. No, problem will be occurred. But all final decision must be done by the court only. SSC has no right to make a final decision as it is a court's matter. So, it can be expected that CGL 2013 Tier-I re-exam is going to be held on 27th April.

What will happen if any cheating case found while re-exam?

If it is found that some candidates again cheat in the Tier-I re-exam and it is proved, then the court may order SSC to hold the re-exam in pan India from the beginning stage (i.e. from Tier-I). But after this type of cheating, SSC will be very strict and careful while organizing any exam in near future. So, we can hope that such cheating would not be happened.

Many of our readers asked us - what is the future of SSC CGL 2013 exam? Will the recruitment process finally completed? Well, as this case is under the court, we have no right to spend a single word about this matter. But we can only say that until it is under the court, it has no future and we can not expect anything from SSC CGL 2013 exam. We pray that the court would give final decision soon in favour of all genuine candidates so that their dreams come true very soon!

Please Note: It is our fully personal opinion. SSC didn't publish such type of notice saying it.

After around two months from the date of interview, the final result has been announced. To view, list of selected candidates in IB ACIO-II 2013 recruitment, go to the following link-

final result of ib acio-II
A reserved list has also been made from where candidates will be recruited only if provisionally selected candidates would not join. The appointment letters/ joining letters will be issued shortly to all selected candidates.

Many many congratulations to all successful candidates!

ssc cgl 2013 court's hearing

SSC has already official announced the CGL 2013 Tier-I re-exam date on 27th April. The re-exam will be conducted in 7 selective cities only. Check here for the list of 7 cities. Now it is important to see what will happen on 17th April's hearing on SSC CGL 2013 exam.

Will CGL 2013 re-exam be held on 27th April? Can SSC conduct re-exam on their earlier announced-date? We will publish about it on our next article. Keep in touch with us to get latest news update on SSC CGL 2013 exam.

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