Saturday, July 18, 2015

HSSC invitres on applications to fill up 7200 posts in Police Dept

CHANDIGARH, JULY 18
Haryana Staff Selection Commission (HSSC) has invited online applications to fill up 7,200 posts in Police Department.
          While giving this information here today, a spokesman of the Commission said that  among the 5,000 posts of Male Constable of General Duty, 1,650 posts are of general category, 1,000 for Scheduled Castes(SC), 800 for Backward Classes A(BCA), 550  for Backward Classes B(BCB), 500 for Special Backward Classes(SBC) and 500 for Economically Backward Persons General(EBPG).He said that the minimum educational qualification for these posts is class XII for all categories. For general category, in physical standards, height should be 172cm and chest 83 cm and expanded to 87cm. For reserved categories, height should be 169 cm and chest   81cm and expanded to 85cm. The age of candidates should be between 18 and 25 years as on September 1,2015.
          He said that among the 1,000 posts of Female Constable of General Duty, 330 posts are of general category, 200 for SC, 160 for BCA, 110  for BCB, 100 for SBC and 100 for EBPG. He said that the minimum educational qualification for this post is class 1 XII for all categories. For general category, in physical standards, height should be 160 cm and for reserved categories, height should be 157cm.The age of candidates should be between 18 and 25 years as on September 1,2015.
          Among the 140 posts of Female Ex-serviceman Constable of General Duty, 70 posts are of general category, 20 for SC, 20 for BCA and 30  for BCB. The minimum educational qualification for this post is class XII for all categories. For general category, in physical standards, height should be 160cm and for reserved categories, height should be 157cm.The age of candidates should be between 18 and 25 years as on September 1,2015.
          Out of the 860 posts of Male Ex-serviceman Constable of General Duty, 430 posts are of general category including 80 of Backlog, 123 for SC including 23 of backlog, 123 for BCA including 23 of backlog and 184 for BCB including 34 of backlog.The minimum educational qualification for this post is class XII for all categories. For general category, in physical standards, height should be 172cm and chest   83 cm  and expanded to 87cm. For reserved categories, height should be 169 cm and chest should be 81 cm and expanded to 85 cm. The age of candidates should be between 18 and 25 years as on September 1,2015.
          Among the 200 posts of Sub Inspector(Male), 52 posts are of general category, 36 for SC, 28 for BCA, 16 for BCB, 20 for SBC, 20 for EBPG, 14 for Ex- Serviceman(ESM) general category, 4 for ESM-SC, 4 for ESM-BCA and 6 for ESM -BCB .The minimum educational qualification for this post is graduation from a recognized university. For general category, in physical standards, height should be five feet  eight inches and chest should be 33 inches with expansion of 1.5 inches. For the candidates belonging to ex- serviceman, SC, Scheduled Tribes (ST) and Backward Classes categories, relaxation in physical standard to the extent of one inch in height  and one inch in chest measurement would be given. The age of candidates should be between 21 and 27 years.
          He said that the candidates who had qualified for interview against these posts in advertisement No. 2/2013 would also be eligible against the re-advertised posts. The Government  has decided to give one time relaxation in fee and age to the candidates who had qualified for interview against the advertisement No. 2/2013 issued by Haryana Police Recruitment Board in the earlier recruitment process and would have now crossed the maximum prescribed age limit to enable them to participate in the proposed recruitment process. Similarly, one time relaxation has also been accorded to them in height. However, such candidates would have to apply afresh alongwith proof of depositing the application fee. They are required to upload the e-Challan alongwith the fresh application form and would produce the original e-Challan at the time of interview or test or verification.
The government has also decided to give one time relaxation in age to
ex-constables of disbanded Haryana State Industrial Security Force (HSISF) to enable them to participate in the proposed recruitment  process beside relaxation for qualifying the physical screening test standard equal to the standard prescribed for ex-servicemen candidates only during this proposed recruitment process. They are required to upload the discharge order issued by concerned appointing authority. He said that
online application can be filled up from September 7  to October 6,2015 and thereafter website link will be disabled. The last date for fee submission is October 9,2015.
          He said that the detailed instructions for  filling the online application form are available on the website of Haryana Staff Selection Commission  www.hssc. gov.in.  In case of any guidance or information or clarification regarding the online filling of the application form and advertisement the candidate could call   helpline No.0172-2566597 on all working days from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.

Thursday, July 16, 2015

MDU extends admission date to July 20

CHANDIGARH, JULY 16
Maharshi Dayanand University (MDU), Rohtak has extended the date of admission to   various engineering courses in University Institute of Engineering and Technology (UIET), Rohtak by July 20, 2015.
          Stating this today, a spokesman of the University said that admission to third, fifth, seventh and ninth semester could be taken without late fee by July 20.
He said that for admission the students belonging to Scheduled Castes   to various courses of academic departments of MDU and University Institute of Law and Management Studies,Gurgaon  would have to submit income certificate in the related department within one week after getting admission.
          It has   been decided by the Standing Committee related to admissions  to the university, on the request of Dr Ambedkar Missionary Students Association. This decision would be valid for academic session 2015-16.   

Saturday, July 11, 2015

Admission to BAMS, BHMS, BPT in Govt and private unaided institutions

CHANDIGARH, JULY 11
 Haryana Chief Minister Manohar Lal has approved the draft notification for admission to Bachelor of Ayurvedic Medicine and Surgery (BAMS), Bachelor of Homoeopathic Medicine and Surgery (BHMS), Bachelor of Physiotherapy (BPT) and Master of Physiotherapy (MPT) in Government and private unaided Ayurvedic, Homeopathy and Physiotherapy Institutions in the state for the academic session 2015-16.
             While stating this here today, Health Minister, Mr Anil Vij said that 50 seats in BAMS course are available in Shri Krishna Government Ayurvedic College, Kurukshetra.
             He said that these seats would be filled up by candidates who are residents of Haryana or have cleared their qualifying examination of 10 plus 2 from institutions situated in Haryana or any such instruction issued by the state government from time to time. The admission would be conducted as per the State Reservation Policy, he added. 
            Mr Vij said that the number of seats and distribution would be final as notified by the Pt. Bhagwat Dayal Sharma University of Health Sciences, Rohtak at the time of counseling. He said that the admission under all categories would first be made on the basis of relative Haryana State Merit obtained in Common Entrance Test (CET) 2015 conducted by Pt. Bhagwat Dayal Sharma University of Health Sciences, Rohtak. He said that the relative merit among such candidates desiring to seek admission would be drawn as per the merit of CET 2015 conducted by the University for all such candidates who have cleared the CET 2015 with or above such distinction as has been declared as minimum eligibility criteria of proficiency for granting admissions. The admissions to BAMS course would be held on the basis of relative merit of qualifying exam that is 10 plus 2 with the same eligibility criteria as that of Common Entrance Test 2015.
             Mr Vij said that in case such Common Entrance Test 2015 qualified candidates are not available in sufficient numbers to meet the requirement, such seats remaining unfilled due to non availability of Common Entrance Test 2015 qualified candidates would be filled up by the available other candidates on the basis of their respective relative merit in the qualifying examination of 10 plus 2 or equivalent. The prospectus and forms for applying under different category would be issued by the Pt. Bhagwat Dayal Sharma University of Health Sciences, Rohtak and would be available with the University. He said that the counseling for the candidates under different category of seats would be conducted by Registrar, Pt. Bhagwat Dayal Sharma University of Health Sciences, Rohtak and held at the University. The choice of institutions would be exercised by the candidate at the time of counseling. 
            The Health Minister said that the Admission Committee would comprise of Dean, Academic Affairs, Pt. Bhagwat Dayal Sharma University of Health Sciences, Rohtak as its Chairman, whereas representative of Registrar, Pt. Bhagwat Dayal Sharma University of Health Sciences, Rohtak, Director/Principal of Government Ayurvedic College and representative of the Director General, Medical Education and Research, Haryana not below the rank of Deputy Director would be the members of the Committee. He said that the Director General, Medical Education and Research, Haryana would be final appellate authority in all cases of admission related disputes for all institutions and decision of any dispute made by him or her would be final. 
            He said that for admissions to BAMS and BHMS in Private Ayurvedic and Homeopathy Educational Institutions, 50 per cent of the seats would be of open merit category and remaining 50 per cent would be of management category, as was during  last year. 
            He said that the admission to all categories will first be made on the basis of relative Haryana State Merit obtained in Common Entrance Test 2015 conducted by Pt. Bhagwat Dayal Sharma University of Health Sciences, Rohtak. As per the eligibility criteria for Common Entrance Test, the candidates should have passed 10 plus 2 with science or any other equivalent examination recognized by concerned state government and education board provided the candidate passes the examination with 50 per cent aggregate marks in the subjects of Physics, Chemistry and Biology. However, in respect of candidates belonging to Scheduled Castes or Scheduled Tribes or any other categories notified by the government, the marks obtained in Physics, Chemistry and Biology taken together in qualifying examination be 40 per cent instead of 50 per cent. 
            He said that the relative merit among such candidates as are desiring to seek admission shall be drawn as per the merit of the CET 2015 for all such candidates who have cleared CET 2015 with or above such distinction as has been declared as minimum eligibility criteria of proficiency for granting admissions. He said that in case such Common Entrance Test 2015 qualified candidates are not available in sufficient numbers to meet the requirement for admission to BAMS and BHMS, such seats remaining unfilled due to non availability of Common Entrance Test 2015 qualified candidates would be filled up by the available other candidates on the basis of their respective relative merit in the qualifying examination in total marks obtained in the subjects of Physics, Chemistry and Biology. The prospectus and forms for applying in the general and open category of seats for admission to a private health institution would be issued by the Pt. Bhagwat Dayal Sharma University of Health Sciences, Rohtak and would be available with the University.
             He said that the Admission Committee would comprise of Registrar, Pt. Bhagwat Dayal Sharma University of Health Sciences, Rohtak as its Chairman, whereas Dean or Controller of Examinations, Pt. Bhagwat Dayal Sharma University of Health Sciences, Rohtak or his or her representative, Principal of the concerned Private Ayurveda and Homoeopathy Educational Institutions and Director General, Medical Education and Research, Haryana or his or her representative would be the members of the Committee. He said that the Director General, Medical Education and Research, Haryana would be final appellate authority in all cases of admission related disputes for all institutions and decision of any dispute made by him or her would be final.
             The Health Minister said that the candidates applying for seats in open merit category on the basis of Common Entrance Test 2015 qualification should submit their result of Common Entrance Test 2015. He said that the university would prepare the merit list of the candidates appearing for the counseling on the basis of Common Entrance Test (CET) 2014 result as also based on the relative merit of qualifying examination for such candidates who have not qualified the CET 2015, but are likely to be considered for admission.
             He made it clear that admission would be made in the management category in a fair and transparent manner by the institution by adhering to the directions of Government of India, Central Council of Indian Medicine, Central Council of Homoeopathy or any other regulatory statutory body.
 
            The Health Minister said that admissions to BPT courses in Government Physiotherapy Educational Institutions under all categories would first be made on the basis of the Haryana State Merit obtained in CET 2015 conducted by the Pt. Bhagwat Dayal Sharma University of Health Sciences, Rohtak. He said that the relative merit among such candidates as are desiring to seek admission shall be drawn as per the merit of the CET 2015 conducted by the University for all such candidates who have cleared CET 2015 with or above such distinction as has been declared as minimum eligibility criteria of proficiency for granting admissions. The admission to BPT course would be held on the basis of relative merit of qualifying examination of 10 plus 2 with the same eligibility criteria as that of CET 2015.
             He said that in case such Common Entrance Test 2015 qualified candidates are not available in sufficient numbers to meet the requirement for admission to BAMS and BHMS, such seats remaining unfilled due to non availability of Common Entrance Test 2015 qualified candidates would be filled up by the available other candidates on the basis of their respective relative merit in the qualifying examination of 10 plus 2 or equivalent (aggregate marks obtained in Physics, Chemistry and Biology). He said that the prospectus and forms for applying under different category would be issued by the Pt. Bhagwat Dayal Sharma University of Health Sciences, Rohtak and would be available with the University. Counseling for the candidates under different categories of seats would be conducted by Registrar, Pt. Bhagwat Dayal Sharma University of Health Sciences, Rohtak and held at the University.
             He said that Admission Committee would comprise of Dean, Academic Affairs, Pt. Bhagwat Dayal Sharma University of Health Sciences, Rohtak as Chairman, whereas representative of Registrar, Pt. Bhagwat Dayal Sharma University of Health Sciences, Rohtak, Director/Principal of Government BPT College and representative of the Director General, Medical Education and Research, Haryana not below the rank of Deputy Director would be its members. He said that the Director General, Medical Education and Research, Haryana would be final appellate authority in all cases of admission related disputes for all institutions and decision of any dispute made by him or her would be final. 
            The Health Minister said that for admissions to BPT and MPT in Private Physiotherapy Educational Institutions, 50 per cent of the seats would be of open merit category and remaining 50 per cent would be of management category out of which 15 per cent of the total seats would be in the NRI category for Private Unaided Physiotherapy Institutions in the state.
 
            He said that admissions will first be made on the basis of relative Haryana State Merit obtained in Common Entrance Test 2015 conducted by Pt. Bhagwat Dayal Sharma University of Health Sciences, Rohtak (except for Master of Physiotherapist). As per the eligibility criteria for Common Entrance Test, the candidates should have passed 10 plus 2 with science or any other equivalent examination recognized by concerned state government and education board provided the candidate passes the examination with 50 per cent aggregate marks in the subjects of Physics, Chemistry and Biology. However, in respect of candidates belonging to Scheduled Castes or Scheduled Tribes or any other category notified by the government, the marks obtained in Physics, Chemistry and Biology taken together in qualifying examination be 40 per cent instead of 50 per cent.
 
            He said that the relative merit among such candidates as are desiring to seek admission would be drawn as per the merit of the CET 2015 for all such candidates who have cleared CET 2015 with or above such distinction as has been declared as minimum eligibility criteria of proficiency for granting admissions. He said that in case such Common Entrance Test 2015 qualified candidates are not available in sufficient numbers to meet the requirement for admission to BPT, such seats remaining unfilled due to non availability of Common Entrance Test 2015 qualified candidates would be filled up by the available other candidates on the basis of their respective relative merit in the qualifying examination in total marks obtained in the subjects of Physics, Chemistry and Biology. He said that admissions to the BPT course would be held on the basis of relative merit of qualifying examination that is 10 plus 2 with the same eligibility criteria as that of CET 2015, whereas the admission to MPT post-graduate course would be held on the basis of relative merit of qualifying examination that is BPT. 
            He said that the prospectus and forms for applying in the general and open category of seats for admission to a private health institution would be issued by the Pt. Bhagwat Dayal Sharma University of Health Sciences, Rohtak and would be available with the University. Similarly, the counseling for the candidates of general or open merit category would be conducted by the Pt. Bhagwat Dayal Sharma University of Health Sciences, Rohtak and held at the University.
            The Health Minister said that the Admission Committee would comprise of Registrar, Pt. Bhagwat Dayal Sharma University of Health Sciences as its Chairman, whereas Dean or Controller of Examinations, Pt. Bhagwat Dayal Sharma University of Health Sciences, Rohtak or his or her representative, Principal of the concerned Private Physiotherapy Educational Institution and Director General, Medical Education and Research, Haryana or his or her representative would be its members. 
            He said that the Director General, Medical Education and Research, Haryana would be final appellate authority in all cases of admission related disputes for all institutions and decision of any dispute made by him or her would be final.

ANMs and GNMs to withdraw their agitation

CHANDIGARH, July 11
The initiatives taken by Haryana Chief Minister Mr Manohar Lal and Health Minister Mr Anil Vij, the agitating Auxiliary Nurse Midwifery (ANM) and General Nursing and Midwifery (GNM) have decided to withdraw their agitation.
          While stating this here today, an official spokesman said that today a meeting was held by Additional Chief Secretary, Health Mr K.K.Khandelwal with the agitating ANMs and GNMs. They were informed that the Department of Medical Education and Research, Haryana with the concurrence of Haryana Nurses Registration Council has decided that first year students of  the ANM and GNM Batch 2013-14 would be allowed to pursue second year course for ANM and GNM without waiting for the resolution of the issue regarding declaration of result of ANM first year examination held in November, 2014 (ANM Admission Batch 2013-14) and GNM first year examination held in November, 2014 (GNM Admission Batch 2013-14).
            The first year examination for ANM and GNM shall be held alongwith second year examination of ANM and GNM in the month of November, 2015. Suitable time gap would be kept between the first year and second year ANM and GNM examinations.
            Meanwhile, the State Government has constituted a Committee under the Chairmanship of Vice-Chancellor, Maharashi Dayanand University, Rohtak, Mr. Sudhir Rajpal to examine the integrity of first year examination of ANM and GNM held in November, 2014 and give its finding as to whether the examination process has been vitiated.
            The Committee has been asked to submit its recommendations or report to the government within seven days.
            The decision on conducting of ANM and GNM first year examination shall be subject to the report of the Committee.

Friday, July 10, 2015

Dronacharya DP Azad Junior/Sub-Junior golf

CHANDIGARH, JULY 10 Chandigarh Golf Association will host the first Dronacharya DP Azad Junior/Sub Juniors Golf Championship at Chandigarh Golf Club on July 15 and 16 in the memory of Late Dronacharya DP Azad, founder President of Chandigarh Golf Association.
The main objectives of this programme are to improve the competitive spirit among the young budding golfers and give due recognition for achievers, to work for the overall development of young golfers in all dimensions and to support financially and logistically young golfers to play on various courses both within and outside India. The final goal of this programme is to prepare young golfers for achieving a medal in golf in Olympic Games 2016.
This tournament is the brain child of the CGA and it is now being adopted at many others levels in the golf circuit in India. This year the response is very encouraging and at the close of entries, there are a total of 62 participants in all categories as on today. Last date of registration will be July 12.
Entry form is available at our website www.cgaonline.in .The completed entry form along with proof of age and entry fee may be submitted at CGA Golf Range ,Sector 6, Chandigarh 160019.
Competitions will be conducted in the categories A 15-17 years,B 13-14 years, C 11-12 years, D 8-10 years and E 5-7 years.
While A, B, C and D categories will be playing 36 holes over two days, category E will play 9 holes a day for two days. Apart from the winner in each category, there will be prizes for firsr runner-up and 2nd runner-up as well. trophies will also be given to the schools for the achievement of teams representing the schools in all five categories. All participants will be given a gift hamper of golfing items.
Mr CSR Reddy IPS, President and Chairman Tournament Committee CGA informed that the participants include players namely Jaiveer Singh Sandhu, Kartik Digvijay Singh, Chinmaya Mahajan ,Ekamveer Singh Guraon, Manjot Singh and Jujhar Singh will be participate in the championship.
Prize distribution function will be held on July 16 at CGA Golf Range at 5.30 p.m.

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Written examination for Lecturer Hindi on Aug 9

CHANDIGARH, JULY 10
Pursuant to the orders dated May 1, 2012, July 7,2014 and February 13,2015, passed by the Supreme Court of India in Civil Appeal No. 4128 of 2012 titled as Poonam Rani alias Poonam Vs. State of Haryana and others, the Haryana Government has notified that  the candidates who have applied against Commission’s  notice dated June 5,2015 published in various leading newspapers that in compliance of the orders of Supreme Court of India, the Haryana Staff Selection Commission will hold written examination for the post of Lecturer Hindi (School Cadre) on August 9, 2015 from 11 am to 12.15 pm at Panchkula.
While stating this here today, an official spokesman said that the written examination for the post of Lecturer Hindi (School Cadre) would be of Post Graduation Level comprising of 100 multiple choice questions. Out of the total questions, 60 would be related to academic knowledge of Hindi subject for which a candidate is appearing in the test and skill and methods of teaching ability of the candidate in the subject. He said that  40 questions would be related to general knowledge, general studies and English. Each question would carry two marks, he added.
          The candidates will have to secure the minimum qualifying marks in the written test which is 50 per cent in case of General Category candidates, 45 per cent for candidates belonging to Scheduled Castes, Backward Classes and Physically Handicapped Category, 40 per cent for ex-servicemen candidates. In case of  Dependents of Ex-servicemen (DESM) it would be   as for general, Scheduled Castes , Backward Classes candidates as the case may be. The viva-voce will be of 25 marks.
Admit Card for written examination of the candidates will be uploaded on the Commission's website www.hssc.gov.in. The candidates can download the admit cards form the Commission's website from July 24, 2015. No separate call letters will be sent to the candidates by the Commission through post.
The written examination will be supervised using biometric attendance process by capturing the biometric thumb impression and photograph of the candidate during examination and by using CCTV cameras or videography.

Haryana Tourism to promote farm houses during Surajkund Mela

CHANDIGARH, JULY 10
With a view to giving fillip to Farm Tourism, Haryana Tourism will   promote farm houses during the annual Surajkund International Crafts Mela to be held from February 1 to 15 at Surajkund, Faridabad, so as to attract tourists from within Indian and  abroad  .
          In this regards, a review meeting was held under the chairmanship of Dr. Sumita Misra, Principal Secretary, Tourism, with all the farm owners registered under the Farm Tourism Scheme of the Haryana Tourism Department. The meeting was attended by Mr Sandeep Garg, Managing Director, Haryana Tourism Corporation and other senior officers of the Department.
In the meeting, it was informed that Haryana Tourism has been actively promoting Farm Tourism across the state. At present, 14 farm houses are registered with the Tourism Department under the scheme, which and these are located mostly in the National Capital Region and a few are along a National Highway. These farms present an experience of a lifestyle that’s true to a real India -- rich in age old traditions, ethnic arts and crafts.
During the meeting, detailed discussions were held with the farm owners to make concerted efforts to attract more   tourists, especially foreigners by adding more rural activities at the farm houses.
Besides, promoting the farm houses during the annual Surajkund International Crafts Mela, Dr. Misra also stressed  the need to upgrade and further develop these farm houses in such a way that the TV serial and the film shooting crews get attracted to come here and shoot at these picturesque locations that offer a rural ambience.
Dr. Misra further emphasised that the farm owners should create and provide literature or printed material and CDs   for aggressively promoting their activities. A tourist at these farms lives close to nature and gets hands-on feel of milking a cow, ploughing a field, ride a bullock cart and bathe under tubewell . Community participation plays a vital role in Farm Tourism and also helps in engaging and generating employment for people from the adjoining areas, she added.
Satinder Sharma of Awesome Farm, Faridabad-Sohna Road, stated, that they are very satisfied and pleased with the support extended by Tourism Department, Haryana.Pardeep Kumar of Pratapgarh Farms, Jhajjar, says, “We generate a great business and many school groups and corporate sector employees visit our farmhouse, as they get an opportunity to connect with their roots".
 Dr. Misra also informed that farm house owners in the state could get registered under the Farm Tourism scheme of the Tourism Department, Haryana, on fulfilling the conditions of having an agricultural holding of three-four acres with minimum two rentable rooms and should be able to organize rural activities for tourists. It promises to offer an extra source of income for farmland owners.
Those farm owners who meet the conditions can apply at Haryana Tourism offices in Delhi  at Haryana Government's Tourist Bureau, 36 Janpath, Chanderlok Building  and its Chandigarh office  at SCO 17-19, Sector 17-B.