Monday, 14 April 2014

SSC Recruitment 2014 - SSC Exams 2014 Calendar

SSC Recruitment Examination 2014 – Tentative Schedule Staff Selection Commission Exams

Are you in Rajasthan or any other state of India and looking for the latest government jobs in India? Are you looking for the details of the examination conducted for various government jobs? Do you want to know how you can apply online for government jobs in India?

Below is the Tentative Examination Schedule for SSC recruitments in 2014. Please go through the official website of SSC, ssc.nic.in for any changes and updates. Staff Selection Commission conducts various Exams in India for recruitments in number of departments. 

If you are looking for a Government Job in India then start preparing for the SSC Exams right now and when the advertisement and notification of the SSC Exam is released apply online after reading the instructions carefully. All the details about the SSC 2014 are made available at the official site and also notified in leading daily and local newspapers including employment news and rozgar samachar. So watch out for the next SSC Exam now



SSC Examination Calendar 2014 - (January to December 2014)

Name of SSC Examination
Date of Advertisement/Notification.
Last Date/Closing Date
Date of SSC Exam
Multi Tasking (Non-Technical) Staff Exam., 2014
09.11.2013
06.12.2013
16.2.2014 (Sunday) &
23.2.2014 (Sunday)
Combined Graduate Level (Tier-I) Exam., 2014
18.01.2014
14.02.2014
27.04.2014 (Sunday) &
04.05.2014 (Sunday)
Junior Engineer (Civil & Electrical) Exam., 2014
22.02.2014
21.03.2014
25.05.2014 (Sunday)
Rectt. of SI in CAPFs, ASI in CISF and SI in Delhi Police Exam., 2014
15.03.2014
11.04.2014
22.06.2014 (Sunday)
(Paper-I)
21.09.2014(Sunday)
Paper-II)
Jr. Hindi Translator in Subordinate Offices Exam., 2014
22.03.2014
18.04.2014
08.06.2014(Sunday)
Combined Graduate Level (Tier-II) Exam., 2014
Not applicable
30.08.2014 (Saturday) (AN)
&
31.08.2014 (Sunday)

Stenographer Gr.C&D Exam 2014
24.05.2014
20.06.2014
14.09.2014 (Sunday)
Combined Higher Secondary (10+2) Level Exam. 2014
19.07.2014
15.08.2014
02.11.2014(Sunday) &
09.11.2014 (Sunday)
Junior Translator (CSOLS) /Jr.Hindi Translators Exam., 2014
09.08.2014
05.09.2014
07.12.2014 (Sunday)









SSC Departmental Examination
Sl
No
Name of Examination
Date of Advt.
Closing Date
Date of Exam
1
Clerks’ Grade (for Multi Tasking Staff only) Exam., 2014
11.01.2014
07.02.2014
23.03.2014(Sunday)
2
Grade ‘C’ Steno. Ltd. Depttl. Comp. Exam., 2014
08.03.2014
04.04.2014
11.05.2014(Sunday)
3
Upper Div. Clerk Ltd. Depttl. Comp. Exam., 2014
13.09.2014
10.10.2014
21.12.2014(Sunday)

Note - Please check the official website of SSC for any new updates or any change in the schedule
www.ssc.nic.in

Wednesday, 4 December 2013

Army bharti rally in Rajasthan - Indian Army recruitment 2014

Indian Army Recruitment 2014 in Rajasthan - Rally Schedule in Ajmer/Bhilwara/Jhunjunu

HQ RTG Zone, Jaipur will conduct Army recruitment in Rajasthan in February and March 2014. The venue for the Rally would be Bhilwara/Ajmer/Jhunjunu in Rajasthan. These venues will cover various districts of Rajasthan including Alwar, Dausa, Bhilwara Ajmer, Jhunjunu and Churu.

Are you looking forward to serve the nation by joining Indian Army? Do you want to know more details about eligibility criteria and selection procedure? You may refer to the official website given below.

Get more information at the official website
http://joinindianarmy.nic.in

    ZONE WISE RALLY SCHEDULE FOR RTG SUB-CYCLE OCT 13 TO MAR 14                                            (Updated on 27 SEP 2013)
Ser No
Host ARO
Date of Rally
Venue
Districts Covered
Cat being Screened
From
To
HQ RTG ZONE, JAIPUR
1
ARO Alwar
3-Oct-13
10-Oct-13
Alwar
Alwar, Dausa
Sol GD, Tech, NA and Clk/SKT
2
RO (HQ) Jaipur
3-Feb-14
7-Feb-14
Bhilwara / Ajmer
Ajmer, Bhilwara, Chittorgarh & Rajsamand
Sol GD, Tech, NA and Clk/SKT
3
ARO Jhunjhunu
14-Feb-14
20-Feb-14
Jhunjhunu
Jhunjhunu & Churu
Sol GD, Tech, NA and Clk/SKT

Thursday, 21 November 2013

Tips to Plan a Trip to India Rajasthan Himachal Pradesh Kashmir

How to Plan a trip to India Delhi Rajasthan Himachal Pradesh Punjab Jammu Kashmir leh Laddakh
Note: Readers please note that I do not have any travel business and I am not promoting any Hotel or travel agency here. My aim isto provide you the best possible information so that you enjoy the place. I always recommend that the visitors must book their hotels online at the Government owned excellent hotels and always travel by government owned luxury buses and trains. Pre paid Taxis are available at New delhi railway station and International Airport at Delhi. Do not get lured by the touts in and around the railway stations bus stands and airport.
Are you living in USA, UK, Italy, Germany, Netherlands, Austria, Australia, China or any other part of the world be it Europe, Asia, Africa or America? Are you planning a trip to India? Do you want to know about best places to visit in India which has a rich culture heritage and history? Though there are various travel operators available and can plan your trip but it is not very difficult to plan your trip to India yourself. This will help you to save not only money but this way you can chose your own destinations.
The tour operators will have the fixed itinerary and you he to follow that. Even if you like to stay on a particular place for long you cannot because you would be bound by what your tour operator has planned for you in a group.
If you are planning a 15-30 days trip to India then I suggest you plan to visit not more than two to three states. The entire country is though worth visiting as all the places are amazing and enchanting.
If you are planning to visit the Northern India then direct flights are available from USA, most of the countries from Europe, Africa, Asia, America, and China to the New Delhi, the capital of India. Book a flight online to Delhi. Air India offer excellent services from all parts of the world is most economical. Book your flights online at www.airindia.in The tickets booked through travel agent always cost more.
From Delhi you can plan your trip to the royal state of India that is Rajasthan. There are number of places where you can visit in Rajasthan but make sure that u are planning your trip during October to April because Rajasthan is too hot during summers from May to August. Do not miss the Triangle of Three desert Kigdoms, Bikaner Jodhpur and Jaisalmer. See How to plan a 6 day trip to Rajasthan from Delhi. Rajasthan is well connected by road rail and air from Delhi. From Delhi either you can hire a cab, take a Volvo or Deluxe bus, take a train or flight to Jaipur.
 You can Book Online Bus Tickets for all parts of the RAJASTHAN. Volvo AC Deluxe Buses to Jaipur Udaipur Jodhpur Ajmer and other parts of Rajasthan are available from Bikaner House Near India Gate Delhi. Even if you do not have booked your tickets in advance go to Bikaner House Delhi and there are frequent buses available for Jaipur and Rajasthan.
Shatabadi Express is the best train from Delhi to Jaipur Ajmer. It departs from New delhi Railway Station at 6 AM and reaches Jaipur at around 10:30 AM. Check the latest schedule of Trains and book your train tickets at the Government of India website of Indian Railways www.irctc.co.in.
You can visit Ajmer Pushkar Ranthambore, Chittorgarh, udaipur, Jodhpur, Jaisalmer and numerous other breathtaking and stunnning places in one of the most peaceful states of Rajasthan. Some of the unexplored but incredible places in Rajasthan include The Shekhawati Region
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If not Rajasthan then you can opt for yet another astoundig states in India Himachal Pradesh, jammuand Kashmir, Punjab, Leh Laddakh.
Summers is the best season to visit Himachal Pradesh, Jammu Kashmir and Leh Laddakh, though winters is also as pleasing. Summers in these places starts from Mid April and lasts till August-September.
In Himachal Pradesh there are various astounding places to see like Shimla, Mcleodganj Dharamshala, Manali, Kullu, Kasauli, Baijnath, Bilaspur, Solan, Kinnaur, Lahul Spiti, Naggar, Barot, Billing and many more.
In Jammu and Kashmir you have Srinagar, Pahalgam, Gulmarg, Sonamarg, Verinag, Kokarnag, Kargil, Leh, Pangong lake, Changla pass, Khardongla pass, Patni Top and many more.
In Punjab you can visit the Golden Temple in Amritsar, Chandigarh, Jalandhar, Ludhiana, Kiratpur Sahib, Anandpur Sahib and the capital city Chandigarh.
For any assiatnce you may leave a comment or please write a mail at arnavrana2010@gmail.com

Friday, 15 November 2013

Chittorgarh Rajasthan - Best Unexplored Places in Rajasthan



Sight Seeing in Chittorgarh Rajasthan
 There are number of places in Rajasthan and Chittorgarh is one of the historical place which is must visit. It is known for the dazzling Chittorgarh Fort which will remind us of the architecture and Chivalry of the then Kings in Rajasthan. However there are other mesmerizing places in and around Chittorgarh which are less explored by the tourists. 


"The Chittorgarh Fort stands tall over a 180 meter high  hillock and spread over 700 acres".

NAGRI
Nagri is located about 20 Kms from Chittorgarh situated on the banks of river Bairach. Formerly known as Madhyamika, Nagri is one of the most important townships of the Mauryan era in Rajasthan.  

The place saw huge growth and flourished during the Maurya and Gupta eras. The excavations in Nagri have unearthed many exciting facts and have showed signs of strong Hindu and Buddhist influence.


BAROLO
It is located about 140 Kms from Chittorgarh in the Rawatbhata Tehsil. You can see numerous ancient temples here which include the ruins of the famous temples of babaroli.

BASSI WILDLIFE SANCTUARY
This wildlife sanctuary is located about 25 Km from Chittorgarh
The Bassi wildlife sanctuary is spread over 50 Square Kms near Bassi village in the Chittorgarh Tehsil. 

The main attractions of Bassi sanctuary are  panther,  wild boar, antelopes and mongoose. Bassi also attract Migratory birds.
If you are planning to go to Bassi then please note that in order to get the entry you need to get prior permission from the District Forst Officer, Chittaurgarh. 


SANWARIYA JI TEMPLE
Located on the Chittor-Udaipur Highway about 40 Kms from Chittaurgarh is the famous Sanwariya Ji Temple. This temple is dedicated to Lord Krishna.

MATRI KUNDIYA TEMPLE
About 45 Kms from Chittaurgarh is the famous Matri Kundiya Temple which is also known as the "Haridwar of Mewar". This shrine is dedicated to Lord Shiva.

BHAINSORGARH WILDLIFE SANCTUARY
Yet another wildlife sanctuary located in the secluded and serene region, the Bhainsorgarh Sanctuary lies amidst lush green environment. You can also see precious archaeological remains here.

BIJAIPUR
You can also stay here now as this Castle is converted into a hotel. Bijapur fort is over 350 year old and was built by Rao Shakti Singh, the youngest brother of Maharana Pratap.

SITAMATA SANCTUARY
The sanctuary is located amidst lush green teak trees and is spread over the Aravali and Vindhyachal ranges in Rajasthan. The population of the Teak Trees is over 50% in Sitamata Sanctuary. Apart from this there are many other trees like salar, tendu, amla, bamboo and bel etc.

Another breathtaking view inside is of the three rivers that flow through the forests of Sitamata Sanctuary. There is a Dam as well on Jakham river. 

You will find numerous species of animals and birds here. The main fauna include hyena, leopard, jackal, fox, jungle cat, porcupine, four horned antelope spotted dear, wild bear, nilgai etc.

However one of the major attractions of the Sanctuary is the conspicuous flying squirrel, which can be observed gliding between the trees during night. Autumn is the best season to watch these creatures when the trees have shed their leaves.

DEOGARH
Located about 125 Kms from Chittorgarh is the famous 16th century fort near Pratapgarh. You can also see the ancient murals and Jain temple here.

MENAL
One of the famous picnic spot in this region Menal is located about 90 Kms from Chittorgarh on the Chittor-Bundi Road. 

Menal is also known as the "mini khajauraho" by the locals. The place is truly blessed with natural landscapes and beauty. The waterfalls are the main attractions here apart from famous for the ancient temples surrounded by lush green forests.

GOTMESHWAR
Gotmeshwar has an ancient temple dedicated to Lord Shiva. It is located about 130 Kms from Chittorgarh

JOGNIYA MATA JI TEMPLE
 The ancient temple built about 300 years ago is dedicated to Goddess Yogini

Wednesday, 2 October 2013

List of Gazetted Holidays Restricted Holidays in 2014



Holiday Calendar 2014 – Government Gazetted and Restricted Holidays in 2014
Here comes 2014, the new year and the new beginning. Are you in Rajasthan and looking for the Central Government Holidays, gazette Holidays and Restricted Holidays list for 2014? Do you want to plan your vacations and holidays in advance? 

Are you looking for the Rajathan Government Holiday List? For that you need to look at the Holiday Calendar for 2014. Check out the Central and State Government Holiday list for 2014 and plan your holidays accordingly.

Below is the list of Holidays for 2014. Government Holidays, gazette Holidays and Restricted Holidays are mentioned here. All the festival Holidays, anniversaries, National Holidays are given below. 

These holidays are as per the Circular issued by the Ministry of Personnel, Public Grievances and Pensions.

Government Holidays – Gazetted and Restricted Holidays 2014 – Holidays List

Holidays in January 2014

Wednesday, January 1, 2014 – New Year’s Day (restricted holiday)

Tuesday, January 7, 2014 – Guru Govind Singh’s Birthday (restricted holiday)

Tuesday, January 14, 2014 – Milad-Un-Nabi or Id-E-Milad (Birthday of Prophet Mohammad) (Gazetted Holiday)
                                  Makar Sakranti (restricted holiday)
                                  Pongal (restricted holiday)

Sunday January 26, 2014 – Republic Day (Gazetted Holiday)

Holidays in February 2014

Tuesday, February 4, 2014 – Basant Panchami/Shri Panchami (restricted holiday)

Friday, February 14, 2014 – Guru Ravi Das’s Birthday (restricted holiday)

Wednesday, February 19, 2014 – Shivaji jayanti (restricted holiday)

Monday, February 24, 2014 – Swami Dayanad Saraswati Jayanti (restricted holiday)

Thursday, February 27, 2014 – Maha Shivratri (restricted holiday)

Holidays in March 2014

Sunday, March 16, 2014 – Holika Dahan (restricted holiday)

Monday, March 17, 2014 – Holi (Gazetted Holiday)

Monday, March 31, 2014 – Chautra Suldadi/ Gudi Padava/ Ugadi/ Cheti Chand (restricted holiday)

Holidays in April 2014

Tuesday, April 8, 2014 – Ram Navami (Gazetted Holiday)

Sunday, April 13, 2014 – Mahavir Jayanti (Gazetted Holiday)

Monday, April 14, 2014 – Vaisakhi/ Vishu/ Masadi (restricted holiday)

Tuesday, April 14, 2014 – Vaisakhadi (Bengal)/ Bahag Bihu (Assam) – restricted holiday

Friday, April 18, 2014 – Good Friday (Gazetted Holiday)

Sunday, April 20, 2014 – Easter Sunday (restricted holiday)

Holidays in May 2014

Friday, May 9, 2014 – Guru Rabindranath’s Birthday – restricted holiday

Tuesday, May 13, 2014 – Hazrat Ali’s Birthday - restricted holiday

Wednesday, May 14, 2014 – Budha Purnima - Gazetted holiday

Holidays in June 2014

Sunday, June 29, 2014 – Rath Yatra - restricted holiday

Holidays in July

Friday, July 25, 2014 – Jamat-Ul-Vida - restricted holiday

Tuesday, July 29, 2014 – Idu’l Fitr - Gazetted holiday

Holidays in August 2014

Sunday, August 10, 2014 – Raksha Bandhan - restricted holiday

Friday, August 15, 2014 – Independence Day – Gazetted holiday

Monday, August 18, 2014 – Janmashtami – Gazetted holiday
                                  Parsi New Year’s Day/nauroz - restricted holiday

Friday, August 29, 2014 – Vinayaka Chaturthi/ Ganesha Chaturthi - restricted holiday

Holidays in September 2014

Sunday, September 7, 2014 – Onam - restricted holiday

Holidays in October 2014

 Wednesday October 1, 2014 – Dussehra (Maha Saptami) (Additional) - restricted holiday

Thursday October 2, 2014 – Mahatma Gandhi’s Birthday - Gazetted holiday/ Dussehra (Maha Ashtami) (Additional) - restricted holiday

Friday October 3, 2014 – Dussehra - Gazetted holiday/ Dussehra (Maha navami) - restricted holiday

Monday October 6, 2014 – Id-Ul-Zuha (Bakrid) - Gazetted holiday

Wednesday October 8, 2014 – Maharishi Balmiki’s Birthday - restricted holiday

Saturday October 11, 2014 – Karaka Chaturthi (Karwa Chauth) - restricted holiday

Wednesday October 22, 2014 – Deepavali (South India) - restricted holiday
                                                          Naraka Chaturdasi - restricted holiday
Thursday October 23, 2014 – Diwali (Deepavali) - Gazetted holiday

Friday October 24, 2014 – Govardhan Puja - restricted holiday

Saturday October 25, 2014 – Bhai Duj - restricted holiday

Wednesday October 29, 2014 – Pratihar Shasti/Surya Shasti (Chhat Puja) - restricted holiday

Holidays in November 2014

Tuesday November 4, 2014 – Moharram - Gazetted holiday

Thursday November 6, 2014 – Guru Nanak’s Birthday - Gazetted holiday

Monday November 24, 2014 – Guru Teg Bahadur’s martyrdom Day - restricted holiday

Holidays in December 2014

Wednesday December 24, 2014 – Christmas Eve - restricted holiday

Thursday December 25, 2014 – Christmas - Gazetted holiday

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