The result of the written examination of the
above post held on 10th July,2011 is
presently under compilation. However, on
finalization, the result of the candidates short
listed for interview would be displayed on this
web site by
15th October 2011.

link :-


SSC has declared results for tier 2 .

UR cut off Interview post 354.75

Non interview post UR 315.25

Result is available on the Commission’s website: 

List-I  – Candidates qualified in Tier-II for Interview posts  (other
than Statistical Investigator/Compiler) and all non-Interview
Category UR SC ST OBC EXS OH HH VH Total
1552 535 161 883 071 060 019 010 3131
Cut off Marks
354.75 281.25 295.75 323.75 293.00 246.50 200.00 246.50
2173 1347 348 2592 220 426 063 041 7210


List-II – Candidates qualified in Tier-II for all non-Interview posts
Category UR SC ST OBC EXS OH HH VH Total
4796 1360 481 2148 868 135 102 022 8785
Cut off Marks
315.25 247.25 251.75 283.75 180.00 208.00 150.00 150.00
4195 2115 1130 5081 1734 441 060 157 14913

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By: MR Madhavan, PRS Legislative Research

The streets are witnessing a demand that the government’s Lok Pal Bill be replaced by the Jan Lok Pal Bill (JLP) as drafted by the team led by Anna Hazare. There are several significant differences between the two bills. In this note, we describe the some of these differences.

First, there is a divergence on the jurisdiction of the Lok Pal. Both bills include ministers, MPs for any action outside Parliament, and Group A officers (and equivalent) of the government. The government Bill includes the Prime Minister after he demits office whereas the JLP includes a sitting Prime Minister. The JLP includes any act of an MP in respect of a speech or vote in Parliament (which is now protected by Article 105 of the Constitution). The JLP includes judges; the government Bill excludes them. The JLP includes all government officials, while the government Bill does not include junior (below Group A) officials. The government Bill also includes officers of NGOs who receive government funds or any funds from the public; JLP does not cover NGOs.

Second, the two Bills differ on the composition. The government Bill has a chairperson and up to 8 members; at least half the members must have a judicial background. The JLP has a chairperson and 10 members, of which 4 have a judicial background.

Third, the process of selecting the Lok Pal members is different. The JLP has a two stage process. A search committee will shortlist potential candidates. The search committee will have 10 members; five of these would have retired as Chief Justice of India, Chief Election Commissioner or Comptroller and Auditor General; they will select the other five from civil society. The Lok Pal chairperson and members will be selected from this shortlist by a selection committee. The selection committee consists of the Prime Minister, the Leader of Opposition in Lok Sabha, two Supreme Court judges, two high court chief justices, the Chief Election Commissioner, the Comptroller and Auditor General and all previous Lok Pal chairpersons.

The government Bill has a simpler process. The selection will be made by a committee consisting of the Prime Minister, the leaders of Opposition in both Houses of Parliament, a Supreme Court judge, a high court chief justice, an eminent jurist and an eminent person in public life. The selection committee may, at its discretion, appoint a search committee to shortlist candidates.

Fourth, there are some differences in the qualifications of a member of the Lok Pal. The JLP requires a judicial member to have held judicial office for 10 years or been a high court or Supreme Court advocate for 15 years. The government Bill requires the judicial member to be a Supreme Court judge or a high court chief justice. For other members, the government Bill requires at least 25 years experience in anti-corruption policy, public administration, vigilance or finance. The JLP has a lower age limit of 45 years, and disqualifies anyone who has been in government service in the previous two years.

Fifth, the process for removal of Lok Pal members is different. The government Bill permits the president to make a reference to the Supreme Court for an inquiry, followed by removal if the member is found to be biased or corrupt. The reference may be made by the president (a) on his own, (a) on a petition signed by 100 MPs or (c) on a petition by a citizen if the President is then satisfied that it should be referred. The President may also remove any member for insolvency, infirmity of mind or body, or engaging in paid employment.

The JLP has a different process. The process starts with a complaint by any person to the Supreme Court. If the court finds misbehaviour, infirmity of mind or body, insolvency or paid employment, it may recommend his removal to the President.

Sixth, the offences covered by the bills vary. The government Bill deals only with offences under the Prevention of Corruption Act. The JLP, in addition, includes offences by public servants under the Indian Penal Code, victimization of whistleblowers and repeated violation of citizen’s charter.

Seventh, the government Bill provides for an investigation wing under the Lok Pal. The JLP states that the CBI will be under the Lok Pal while investigating corruption cases.

Eighth, the government Bill provides for a prosecution wing of the Lok Pal. In the JLP, the CBI’s prosecution wing will conduct this function.

Ninth, the process for prosecution is different. In the government Bill, the Lok Pal may initiate prosecution in a special court. A copy of the report is to be sent to the competent authority. No prior sanction is required. In the JLP, prosecution of the Prime Minister, ministers, MPs and judges of Supreme Court and high courts may be initiated only with the permission of a 7-judge bench of the Lok Pal.

Tenth, the JLP deals with grievance redressal of citizens, in addition to the process for prosecuting corruption cases. It requires every public authority to publish citizen’s charters listing its commitments to citizens. The government Bill does not deal with grievance redressal.

Given the widespread media coverage and public discussions, it is important that citizens understand the differences and nuances. This may be a good opportunity to enact a law which includes the better provisions of each of these two bills.


ACIO EX GRADE II Results Update

Posted: August 18, 2011 in other careers

Result form the same is expected in last week of August.

Source :- Notification of ACIO GRADE II recruitment 2011

Hi to all my subscribers and to all whoever is reading !

I humbly Request you  all Indians to support ANNA’S  fast unto death and his great campaign against Corruption.

This is time we can be a part of a new Independence Revolution and this time we can fight with means of  Non – Violence  and could create a better ambiance for everyone because corruption eats everyone whatever is your religion, caste.

So be an Independent Indian and support team Anna .

Your views are kindly requested please spread this message to all your friends and colleagues and family members as we know If India is strong so we are , If India is corrupt so we are , If India will prosper so we will and if India is affected by social diseases  I am the first Victim – Think – Support – Be part of it.

Jai Hind

Jai Bharat

We don’t need a weak LOKPAL

We need a strong LOKPAL so that no ore Kalmadis can even think of looting our beautiful Country.

Please support .

result for the same has been declared by SSC check it out here (Cut off for the exam has not been declared yet  may be by the 10th of  August 2011) :-                  

go to results tab


Main ssc website

Go to “contact us” then click your respective regional website link there.

Like for central region ( Allahabad )

you will get the status.

Registartion has started please visit the site :-

then please submit your details.

Fee :- Nill for all.

This is the detail:-

Tentative Schedule plan

Commencement of Online Application 23.05.2011 
Last date of receiving Online application 22.06.2011 by 24.00 hrs
Downloading the Admit card: within one week of the closing date of Application and keep checking your e-mail-ID and website regularly after submission of the application.
Date of Examination 10.07.2011
Result Declaration Last week of August
Interview Schedule Mid September/October