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Monday, 27 January 2020

Prime Minister unemployment allowance scheme 2020: Now unemployment allowance will be increased to Rs 3500 per month, apply early

Prime Minister unemployment allowance scheme 2020: Now unemployment allowance will be increased to Rs 3500 per month, apply early


The golden opportunity for unemployment students living in Uttar Pradesh has finally come. For unemployed youth of the country, Modi government has launched unemployment allowance scheme 2020. With this scheme, an arrangement has been made to provide unemployment allowance to the youth of the state financially. All unemployed youth will get unemployment allowance from the government. Under this scheme, those youths who are not employed after completion of their education, will get unemployment allowance from the government. Unemployment allowance online registration has also been announced. The government has implemented the UP Unemployment Allowance Scheme 2020 scheme only for those candidates who belong to the state of Uttar Pradesh and continue to be unemployed even after being educated.

 Prime Minister Unemployment Allowance Scheme 2020
 Applicant must have a valid mobile number.

All government jobs information on this site www.gujaratnugaurav.com
 It is mandatory to have an account on e-mail.
 Aadhar card number should be
 Must have a bonafide certificate.

 Applicant should be 12th pass.
 Youngsters who have done graduation or post graduation can also apply.
 Only unemployed youth of Uttar Pradesh will be able to apply for UP Unemployment Allowance Scheme.
 The age of unemployed applicants should be 21 to 35 years.
 The annual income of the family should be less than 3 lakhs.
 UP unemployment allowance 2020 online registration
 First go to the website of the Department of Employment {http://sewayojan.up.nic.in/}
 Click on register now
 Now you will have to fill in your information on the page which will open.
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1,200 vacancies in railway, vacancy passed, pass 8th and 10th, there will be no exam

For youths seeking government jobs, the Railways has given vacancies on various posts, East Coast Railway (RRB, East Cost Railway) will recruit 1,216 posts under the Apprentices Act, 10th pass can apply on these posts, some The minimum qualification for the posts is 8th pass, the application process has started, the last date to apply is till 6 January 2020.

 Name of post - Fitter, Sheet Metal Worker, Welder, Mechanic, Carpenter, Painter, Trade Welder and others

 Total Number of Posts - 1,216 posts

 Eligibility: - Candidates should be 10th pass, 8th pass can also apply for Trade Welder, Sheet Metal Worker, Carpenter and Wireman.

 Age limit - The minimum age of the candidate should be 15 years, plus the candidate should not be 24 years old, the age limit will be calculated as on 28.12.2019.

 Selection will be on this basis - Candidates will be selected on the basis of marks obtained in 10th standard, there will be no written test for this.

 Application fee - Rs 100 / -

 How to apply - Interested people can apply by visiting the official website - www.rrcbbs.org.in.
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Sunday, 26 January 2020

Recruitment is being done for 10th pass in this bank, apply soon

If you are also looking for a job, then you must read this news. There are 15 vacancies for peons in Repco Bank. The last date for the candidate to apply for the posts is 21 December 2019. Candidates desirous of repo bank peon recruitment should have 10th pass. Advertisement related to this, notification link can be found further in this news. Along with this, the application link will also be found further. See below for job related information.
 Post Name - Deputy Staff / Peon
 Number of posts - 15
 Pay Scale- 7500-8000 / - (Per Month)
 Educational Qualification - 10th pass can apply for these posts.


 Age limit (as on 30.11.2019) - The minimum age for candidates is 18 years and maximum age is 30 years.
 Application fee
 For General / OBC and others - 150 / -
 There is no charge for ST.
 How to apply- Interested candidates adding the required document with the application form General Manager (Admin), Repco Bank Limited, PBNo.1449, Repco Tower, No .: 33, North Osman Road, T.Nagar, Chennai - 600017 on 21.12.2019 Can be sent to or before.
 Job Location: Chennai (Tamil Nadu)
 Repco Bank Peon Selection Procedure - Selection will be based on written examination.
 Important Dates - Last date for submission of application form - 21/02/2020
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Only these 3 documents are being applied in the Kisan Credit Card, you can apply this way

Only these 3 documents are being applied in the Kisan Credit Card, you can apply this way


Farmers of the country have got Kisan Credit Cards made. If you also want to avoid the trap of moneylenders, get KCC made. Its rules have been made very easy. Now Kisan Credit Card will be given to the bank within just 15 days of applying. The government wants farmers not to take loans from moneylenders and take them from banks. So that they do not have to bear a huge burden of money interest of the moneylenders. Only three documents will be taken for KCC. The first is whether the person giving the application is a farmer or not. For this, the bank will look at his farming papers and his copy will be taken.


 The second residence certificate and the third applicant's affidavit that he does not have a loan outstanding in any other bank. No processing fees should be charged for the KCC application. KCC used to get loans of only Rs 1 lakh without guarantee, but now it has been increased to Rs 1.5 lakh. Now the Kisan Credit Card will not be limited to farming only, and its facility will also be made available for animal husbandry and fisheries. Andhra Pradesh has the highest average loan of Rs 61032 per farmer from moneylenders. Telangana with an average of Rs 56362 is at number two and Rajasthan is also with Rs 30921 at number three. The central government wants to free the farmers from this vicious cycle of debt so that their lives can improve. Farmers can avail this facility from any nationalized bank.
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Delhi police constable has only three days left to apply for posts, hurry up

Delhi Police Head Constable Recruitment 2020: Delhi Police has sought applications from qualified candidates for the post of Head Constable. Interested candidates can apply online by going to the department's website to apply for these posts. The application process for these posts has started from 28 December 2019. The last date to apply for these posts is 27 January 2020. Applicants will also have to pay the fees for the application of these posts by 27 January 2020. After the completion of the application process, the department will issue the admit card and exam date.


 Important dates

 Last date for application - 27 January 2020

 Last date for filing fees - 27 January 2020


 Application fee

 Rs.100 for General and OBC candidates.

 SC and ST candidates - There is no fee.


 Fee payment method

 Candidates can deposit the fees by debit card, credit card, net banking or challan.


 Required documents

 Scan photograph

 Scan sign



 Delhi Police has sought applications from qualified candidates for the post of Head Constable.

 Selection Process

 Online or offline exam

 Physical test

 Medical test


 Work area

 Delhi


 Age Range

 Applicant's age should be at least 18 years and maximum 27 years as on 1 July 2019.


 reservation

 The age limit will be relaxed for reserved category candidates. Meaning that candidates of 32 years of SC / ST and 30 years of OBC can apply for these posts.


 Name of post

 head constable


 Name of Examination

 Delhi police exam 2020


 Category wise detail

 General - 223 posts

 EWS-65 Posts

 OBC- 153

 SC- 126 posts

 SC- 28 posts


 pay scale

 Will be from 25,500 to 81,100.


 Educational Qualifications

 To apply for these posts, the candidate should have 12th pass from a recognized school.


 Physical criteria

 Height - 165 cm (male), 157 cm (female)
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Thursday, 23 January 2020

LIC started news giving policy, submit only Rs 150 and you will get Rs 22 lakh at the time of marriage!

LIC, the country's largest government insurance company, runs schemes from time to time. But today I am telling you about this scheme, it is a very special scheme. Actually, this policy is specially designed for your daughter. If you are worried about your daughter's marriage, now there is nothing to worry about. Under this policy, you will get 22 lakh rupees for the donation of a daughter. Let's know the complete details of this plan ...

 Under this policy of LIC, you have to deposit only 150 rupees every day. And when you are going to get your daughter married, you will get full 22 lakh rupees. Not only this, if the father dies in the middle of the life of the policy, installments will not be taken, but still, the policy will continue. On the death of the father, the family will get Rs 10 lakh immediately. At the same time, if the father dies in an accident, then this amount will be 20 lakhs.

 In this policy, for the girl's education and other expenses, every year till the time of marriage, an amount of 1 lakh rupees will be received and the policy will also continue. For more information about this policy, you can visit the LIC website or call the LIC agent.
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Wednesday, 22 January 2020

Recruitment of 18 thousand posts in Electricity Department, 10th pass can apply

The plant built for industrial level production of electric power is called power house or power station. It is also called 'Power Station', 'Power Plant' or 'Power House' or 'Generation Center'.

 Most power stations have one or more electric generators. Most power houses in the world burn fossil fuels such as coal, petroleum and natural gas to generate electricity. Some others use nuclear energy.

 Rajasthan Electricity Board released a latest notification for the recruitment of Group A, B, C, D Junior Engineer, Assistant Programmer, Informatics Assistant, Personal Officer, Administrative Officer, Commercial Assistant, Personal Assistant, Legal Officer, Statistician, Computer, Accounts is. Officer, Accountant, Class IV / Peon, SSA, Electrician, Lineman, Helper, MTR, CCA, Engineer, Meter Inspector Vacancy at 18885 posts. Interested candidates can apply from 20 January 2020.

 Total Posts - 18885
 Eligibility: - Candidates should have 10th, 12th class, graduation, diploma or equivalent from a recognized university / board / school. Other education qualification details go to the official notification.
 Age Limit - Candidates age limit should be minimum 18 years and maximum 28 years. SC / ST / OBC / PWD / PH candidates age relaxation as per government rule.
 Selection Process: - Candidates will be selected on the basis of examination.
 How to apply - Candidates can apply online through the official website before the last date 21-02-2020.
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Wednesday, 8 January 2020

Stocks Hold Steady After Iran Missile Attack On U.S. Troops

Leading U.S. Stock indexes opened largely flat on Wednesday as investors shrugged off concerns about an escalation in hostilities between the U.S. And Iran.

The S&P 500, Dow and Nasdaq all rose after the U.S. Markets opened on Wednesday morning, reversing a sharp decline during overnight trading following an Iranian missile attack on two military bases in Iraq that house U.S troops.

Stocks gained further ground after President Donald Trump addressed the nation, with the Dow adding 178 points, or 0.6%, to 28,762, and the S&P 500 and Nasdaq both gaining more than 0.6%.

Investors have been on edge since a surprise U.S. Airstrike last week that killed leading Iranian general Qassem Soleimani. But with no reported U.S. Casualties in the hours following the Iranian attack on Tuesday, "expectations for a de-escalation have risen sharply," TD Securities analysts told investors in a research note.

U.S. Department of Defense officials said Iran fired more than a dozen missiles at the bases. Iran's foreign minister described the strike as "proportionate measures in self-defense."

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In a tweet after the attack, President Donald Trump said that"All is well!" and that casualty and damage assessments were ongoing, adding "So far, so good!"

Tom Holland, an analyst with investor advisory firm Gavekal Research, noted that global oil prices surged immediately after the Iranian missile strike but receded in later hours. Gold — a safe haven when risk flares — also dipped after an initial jump.

"It has been clear in recent days that Iran had to retaliate in some form for Soleimani's killing, if only for domestic political reasons. So Wednesday's missile strikes were no surprise," he said in a note to clients. "However, by the standard of the bloodcurdling threats from Tehran, the retaliation so far has been relatively moderate."

Retired Admiral: Iran attack was "carefully calibrated"
Investors historically have largely ignored geopolitical turmoil. An analysis by brokerage firm LPL Financial found the Dow fell an average of only 2% during 16 recent major conflicts, including the 1990 Gulf war, the 2003 Iraq war and the September 11 attacks, and then usually rose in subsequent months.

That trend suggests investors are more likely to focus on factors including the solid U.S. Economic growth of late and what looks like an easing of trade tensions between the U.S. And China.

One set of publicly listed companies that are benefiting from U.S.-Iran tensions: defense stocks. Shares of major defense industry players such as General Dynamics, Lockheed Martin and Northrop Grumman have risen an average of 6% this year as the conflict has heated up, according to UBS.

The market's mild reaction to flaring tension in the Middle East could change quickly if the U.S.-Iran conflict escalates. A move by the Iranian government to block the Strait of Hormuz, a key supply route for oil tankers, would likely send crude prices soaring into triple digits and dent global economic growth, analysts warn.

Caution prevailed at many commercial airlines Tuesday and Wednesday as the companies rerouted flights throughout the Middle East to avoid potential danger during the heightened tensions between the U.S. And Iran and the latter's factions in Iraq and Syria, among other places in the region.

The jumbled schedules could effect as many as 15,000 passengers per day, lengthen flight times by an average of 30 to 90 minutes, and severely bruise the bottom line for airlines, industry analysts said.

"In a war situation, the first casualty is always air transport," said Dubai-based aviation consult Mark Martin, pointing to airline bankruptcies during the Persian Gulf and Yugoslav wars.

At least 500 commercial flights travel through Iranian and Iraqi airspace daily, Martin said.
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Iran Launches Barrage Of Missiles At 2 Iraqi Bases Housing U.S. Troops

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Iran struck back at the United States early Wednesday for killing a top Revolutionary Guards commander, firing a series of ballistic missiles at two military bases in Iraq housing American troops in a major escalation to the two longtime foes.

It was Iran's most direct assault on America since the 1979 seizing of the U.S. Embassy in Tehran, and Iranian state TV said it was in revenge for the U.S. Killing of Revolutionary Guard Gen. Qassem Soleimani, whose death last week in an American drone strike near Baghdad prompted angry calls to avenge his slaying. A U.S. And Iraqi officials said there were no immediate reports of casualties, though buildings were still being searched.

The strikes, which came as Iran buried Soleimani, raised fears that the two longtime foes were closer to war. But there were some indications that there would not be further retaliation on either side, at least in the short term.

'All is well!' President Donald Trump tweeted shortly after the missile attacks, adding, 'So far, so good' regarding casualties. Moments earlier, Iran's foreign minister tweeted that Tehran had taken “& concluded proportionate measures in self-defense,” adding that Tehran did “not seek escalation" but would defend itself against further aggression.

The killing of Soleimani — a national hero to many in Iran — and strikes by Tehran came as tensions have been rising steadily across the Mideast after Trump's decision to unilaterally withdraw America from Tehran's nuclear deal with world powers. They also marked the first time in recent years that Washington and Tehran have attacked each other directly rather than through proxies in the region. It raised the chances of open conflict erupting between the two enemies, who have been at odds since Iran's 1979 Islamic Revolution and the subsequent U.S. Embassy takeover and hostage crisis.

Adding to the chaos and overall jitters, a Ukrainian airplane carrying at least 170 people crashed outside Tehran on Wednesday morning, killing all on board, state TV reported. The plane had taken off from Imam Khomeini International Airport and mechanical issues were suspected, the report said.

Iran initially announced only one missile strike, but U.S. Officials confirmed both. U.S. Defense officials were at the White House, likely to discuss options with Trump, who launched the attack on Soleimani while facing an upcoming impeachment trial in the Senate.

Iran’s Revolutionary Guard warned the U.S. And its regional allies against retaliating over the missile attack against the Ain al-Asad air base in Iraq’s western Anbar province. The Guard issued the warning via a statement carried by Iran’s state-run IRNA news agency.

“We are warning all American allies, who gave their bases to its terrorist army, that any territory that is the starting point of aggressive acts against Iran will be targeted,” the Guard said. It also threatened Israel.

After the strikes, a former Iranian nuclear negotiator posted a picture of the Islamic Republic's flag on Twitter, appearing to mimic Trump who posted an American flag following the killing of Soleimani and others Friday.

Ain al-Asad air base was first used by American forces after the 2003 U.S.-led invasion that toppled dictator Saddam Hussein, and later saw American troops stationed there amid the fight against the Islamic State group in Iraq and Syria. It houses about 1,500 U.S. And coalition forces. The U.S. Also acknowledged another missile attack targeting a base in Irbil in Iraq's semiautonomous Kurdish region.

The Iranians fired a total of 15 missiles, two U.S. Officials said. Ten hit Ain al-Asad and one the base in Irbil. Four failed, said the officials, who were not authorized to speak publicly about a military operation.

Two Iraqi security officials said at least one of the missiles appeared to have struck a plane at the Ain al-Asad base, igniting a fire. There were no immediate reports of casualties from the attacks, according to the officials, who spoke on condition of anonymity as they had no permission to brief journalists.

About 70 Norwegian troops also were on the air base but no injuries were reported, Brynjar Stordal, a spokesperson for the Norwegian Armed Forces told The Associated Press.

Trump visited the sprawling Ain al-Asad air base, about 100 miles or 60 kilometers west of Baghdad, in December 2018, making his first presidential visit to troops in the region. Vice President Mike Pence also has visited the base.

“As we evaluate the situation and our response, we will take all necessary measures to protect and defend U.S. Personnel, partners and allies in the region,” said Jonathan Hoffman, an assistant to the U.S. Defense secretary.

Wednesday's revenge attack happened a mere few hours after crowds in Iran mourned Soleimani at his funeral. It also came the U.S. Continued to reinforce its own positions in the region and warned of an unspecified threat to shipping from Iran in the region's waterways, crucial routes for global energy supplies. U.S. Embassies and consulates from Asia to Africa and Europe issued security alerts for Americans. The FAA also warned of a "potential for miscalculation or mis-identification" for civilian aircraft in the Persian Gulf amid in an emergency flight restriction.

A stampede broke out Tuesday at Soleimani's funeral, and at least 56 people were killed and more than 200 were injured as thousands thronged the procession, Iranian news reports said. Shortly after Iran's revenge missile attack early Wednesday, Soleimani's shroud-wrapped remains were lowered into the ground as mourners wailed at the grave site.

Tuesday's deadly stampede took place in Soleimani's hometown of Kerman as his coffin was being borne through the city in southeastern Iran, said Pirhossein Koulivand, head of Iran’s emergency medical services.

There was no information about what set off the crush in the packed streets, and online videos showed only its aftermath: people lying apparently lifeless, their faces covered by clothing, emergency crews performing CPR on the fallen, and onlookers wailing and crying out to God.

Hossein Salami, Soleimani's successor as leader of the Revolutionary Guard, earlier addressed a crowd of supporters in Kernan and vowed to avenge Soleimani.

“We tell our enemies that we will retaliate but if they take another action we will set ablaze the places that they like and are passionate about," Salami said.

Soleimani was laid to rest between the graves of Enayatollah Talebizadeh and Mohammad Hossein Yousef Elahi, two former Guard comrades killed in Iran's 1980s war with Iraq. They died in Operation Dawn 8, in which Soleimani also took part. It was a 1986 amphibious assault that cut Iraq off from the Persian Gulf and led to the end of the war that killed 1 million.

The funeral processions in major cities over three days have been an unprecedented honor for Soleimani, seen by Iranians as a national hero for his work leading the Guard’s expeditionary Quds Force.

The U.S. Blames him for killing U.S. Troops in Iraq and accused him of plotting new attacks just before he was killed. Soleimani also led forces supporting Syrian President Bashar Assad in that country's civil war. Russian President Vladimir Putin met with Assad in Syria on Tuesday amid the tensions between Washington and Tehran.

Soleimani's slaying has led Tehran to abandon the remaining limits of its 2015 nuclear deal with world powers as his successor and others vow to take revenge.

In Iraq, pro-Iranian factions in parliament have pushed to oust American troops from Iraqi soil following Soleimani's killing. Germany and Canada announced plans to move some of their soldiers in Iraq to neighboring countries.

The FAA warning issued barred U.S. Pilots and carriers from flying over areas of Iraqi, Iranian and some Persian Gulf airspace. The region is a major East-West travel hub and home to Emirates airline and Dubai International Airport, the world's busiest for international travel. It earlier issued warnings after Iran shot down a U.S. Military surveillance drone last year that saw airlines plan new routes to avoid the Strait of Hormuz, the narrow mouth of the Persian Gulf.

The U.S. Maritime Administration warned ships across the Mideast, citing the rising threats. Oil tankers were targeted in mine attacks last year that the U.S. Blamed on Iran. Tehran denied responsibility, although it did seize oil tankers around the Strait of Hormuz, through which 20% of the world’s crude oil travels.

The U.S. Navy's Bahrain-based 5th Fleet said it would work with shippers in the region to minimize any possible threat.


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