• CEO Satya Nadella appointed as Microsoft chairman [17 Jun 2021]

    Microsoft Corp, named Chief Executive Officer Satya Nadella as its new chairman. Nadella took over as the software giant's CEO in 2014, succeeding Steve Ballmer.

  • India retains 43rd rank on IMD's World Competitiveness Index [17 Jun 2021]

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  • Kuldeep Singh appointed new Director General of CRPF [16 Jun 2021]

    Senior IPS officer Kuldeep Singh appointed as Director-General of Central Reserve Police Force (CRPF). He will continue as DG, CRPF up to September 30, 2022.

  • Mandatory Hallmarking of Gold Jewellery comes into force from 16th June [15 Jun 2021]

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    • Hallmarking will be initially be starting from.256 districts of the country which have Assaying marking centres.
    • Jewellers with annual turnover up to Rs. 40 lac will be exempted from mandatory Hall Marking.
    • Export and re-import of jewellery as per Trade Policy of Government of India - Jewellery for international exhibitions, jewellery for government-approved B2B domestic exhibitions will be exempted from mandatory Hall Marking.
    • Gold of Additional carats 20, 23 and 24 will also be allowed for Hall Marking.
    • Watches, fountain pens and special types of jewellery viz. Kundan, Polki and Jadau will be exempted from Hall Marking.
    • Jewellers can continue to buy back old gold jewellery without a hallmark from the consumer.
    • In order to give adequate time to the manufacturers, wholesalers and retailers of Gold Jewellery, there would be No penalties till August end.
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  • RBI says MK Jain reappointed as Deputy Governor for next two years [10 Jun 2021]

    Mahesh Kumar Jain's new two-year term as RBI Deputy Governor will begin on June 22. He has over 30 years of banking experience, was the MD of IDBI Bank in 2017 and Chennai-based Indian Bank in 2015.

  • Shri Anup Chandra Pandey takes over as new Election Commissioner [09 Jun 2021]

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  • HSBC appoints Hitendra Dave as India CEO [07 Jun 2021]

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  • Vice Admiral Ravneet Singh AVSM, NM assumes charge as Deputy Chief of Naval Staff [01 Jun 2021]

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  • Lieutenant General Pradeep Chandran Nair, AVSM, YSM takes over as Director General Assam Rifles [01 Jun 2021]

    Lieutenant General Pradeep Chandran Nair, AtiVishishtSeva Medal (AVSM), YudhSeva Medal (YSM) took over as the 21st Director General of the Assam Rifles (popularly known as Sentinels of the North-East) on 1st June 2021. He has rich experience of Assam Rifles and the North East, having earlier been an Inspector General and a Company Commander in Assam Rifles, besides having commanded Assam Rifles battalions as a Brigade Commander.

Cabinet approves Deep Ocean Mission

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Sahitya Akademi Award 2020

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National Capital Region Transport Corporation Ltd.: NCRTC requires IT professionals on contract basis. The details of the posts is as under:

S. No Post & CTC No of Posts Max Age (yrs) Qualification Min. experience(yrs)
1. Cyber Security Expert
(Approx. CTC Rs. 10 lakh P.A.)
02(UR) 40 Bachelor's degree in (Computer Science and Engineering/IT) or equivalent 3
2. Database Expert
(Approx. CTC Rs. 10 lakh P.A.)
01(UR) 40 3
3. Web Developer
(Approx. CTC Rs. 10 lakh P.A.)
01(UR) 40 3
4. Senior Web Developer
(Approx. CTC Rs. 14 lakh P.A.)
01(UR) 40 5
5. Senior Mobile App Developer
(Approx. CTC Rs. 14 lakh P.A.)
01(UR) 40 5
6. PSD System Developer
(Approx. CTC Rs. 14 lakh P.A.)
01(UR) 40 Bachelor's degree in Electronics or equivalent. 5
  • These posts are purely on contract basis. Employment shall not confer right to regularization of services.
  • The number of posts may be changed as per the requirement.
  • Last date of receipt of application will be 20 days from the date of issue of vacancy notice or as mentioned in the detailed vacancy notice on NCRTC website.
  • This is an indicative advertisement. For more details about experience, eligibility criteria, application form, information regarding addition/deletion of posts/disciplines, amendments and corrigendum, kindly visit CAREER section of NCrtc website www.ncrtc.in.
Publish Date: 5/29/2021 12:00:00 AM
Closing Date: 6/18/2021 12:00:00 AM
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