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SSC CGLE 2011 DATE OF EXAM   TIER 1 22ND MAY 2011

TIER 2 6-7TH August 2011

F. No. 4/2/2010-P&P STAFF SELECTION COMMISSION TENTATIVE REVISED SCHEDULE FOR ALL INDIA 0PEN EXAMINATIONS – NOV.2010 – DEC. 2011.  Sl. No.  Name of Examination   Name of User Department Date of Advertisement Closing Date   Date of Examination   1.  Combined (Higher Secondary Level (10+2) (for Data Entry Operator, LDCs etc.) Examination – 2010. Ministries/Deptt. of Govt. of India. 17.07.2010  20.08.2010  27.11.2010 (Saturday) and 28.11.2010 (Sunday). 2.  Junior Translator (CSOLS)/ Junior Hindi Translator Examination-  2010. Deptt. of Official Language for CSOLS and other Govt. Deptt. 28.08.2010  27.09.2010  05.12.2010 (Sunday) 3.  Special Examination for recruitment of SIs & ASIs in CPOs, 2010. CPOs  09.10.2010  02.11.2010  12.12.2010 (Sunday) 4.  Stenographer Grade ‘C’ & ‘D’ Exam – 2010  (Re-Examination) Ministry/Deptt. of Govt. of India. 09.06.2010  16.07.2010  09.01.2011 (Sunday) 5.  Multi Tasking (Non-Technical) staff Examination – 2010. Ministries/Deptts. Attached, Sub-ordinate Offices of Govt. of India. 13.11.2010  10.12.2010  20.02.2011 (Sunday) 6.  Junior Engineer (Civil & Electrical) Exam – 2011. CPWD/MES/Deptt. of Posts/Others. 01.01.2011  31.01.2011  20.03.2011 (Sunday) 7.  Combined Graduate Level (Tier-I) Examination – 2011. Ministries/Deptt. of Govt. of India. 05.02.2011  04.03.2011  22.05.2011 (Sunday) 8.  Combined Graduate Level (Tier-II) Examination – 2011                                Not Applicable 6th August (Saturday) (Paper-III) & 7th August-2011 (Sunday) (Paper-I & II) 9. SI in CPOs Examination-  2011. CPOs  28.05.2011  27.06.2011  28.08.2011 (Sunday) 10  Combined (Higher Secondary Level (10+2) (for Data Entry Operator, LDCs etc.) Examination – 2011. Ministries/Deptt. of Govt. of india.    16.07.2011  16.08.2011  22.10.2011(Saturday) & 23.10.2011 (Sunday) 11  Constables and Head Constable in CPOs Examination-2011. CPOs  20.08.2011  19.09.2011  12.02.2012(Sunday) 12  Junior Translator (CSOLS)/ Junior Hindi Translator Exam-2011. Deptt. of Official Language for CSOLS and other Govt.  Deptt. 24.09.2011  21.10.2011  04.12.2011 (Sunday) 13  Stenographer Grade ‘C’ & ‘D’ Exam – 2011. Ministries/Deptt. of Govt. of India. 23.10.2011  21.11.2011  22.01.2012  1.  The dates of publication of Notices and examinations indicated above may change. 2.  Examinations will be conducted subject to availability of vacancies in the concerned posts. 3.  Skill tests, Physical Efficiency Test, Medical and Interview for various posts will be scheduled appropriately. 4.  Website of the Commission may be regularly seen for updated information.  P&P Section F. No. 4/2/2010-P&P dated    (Ashok Kumar Roy) Under Secretary (P&P) To,    1.  PS to Chairman, PS to M (K), PS to M (L), DS (V), DS (A), DS (QB), All Under Secretary, All Section Officers. 2.  All Regional Directors/Dy. Directors of Sub-Regional Offices. 3.  Scientist (E) EDP and Scientist (E) NIC Cell for posting the schedule on SSC Web site. 4.  UPSC, All the state Public service Commission.

LIC ADO 2010 Interview FINAL RESULT

Posted: October 15, 2010 in UPDATE

I got the message from LIC that final result is out , Medical is on 18,19,20 oct  they have given the contact number of marketing manager , I am from north central zone. Anyone else some different news on it, please let me know????

Carpe diem

Posted: October 1, 2010 in My Phrases

Meaning

‘Carpe diem’ is usually translated from the Latin as ‘seize the day’. However, the more pedantic of Latin scholars may very well seize you by the throat if you suggest that translation. ‘Carpe’ translates literally as ‘pluck’, with particular reference to the picking of fruit, so a more accurate rendition is ‘enjoy the day, pluck the day when it is ripe’. The extended version of the phrase ‘carpe diem, quam minimum credula postero’ translates as ‘Pluck the day, trusting as little as possible in the future’.

The meaning is similar to that of many proverbs that we continue to use in English and is a warning to make the most of the time we have, with the implication that our time on Earth is short. Other such proverbs are ‘Strike while the iron is hot‘, ‘The early bird catches the worm‘, ‘Gather ye rosebuds while ye may’, and so on.

www.phrases.org.uk/a-phrase-a-week