Job & Education Bulletin: 6 thousand constable vacancies for 12th pass, opportunity to become lab technicians in AIIMS Bilaspur

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Hello, welcome to Job & Education Bulletin. Today in Top Jobs we will talk about the vacancies in Haryana Police and AIIMS Bilaspur. In current affairs, we will talk about Prime Minister Narendra Modi's visit to Bhutan and in the top story we will know about the scorecard of GATE 2024.

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1. Application date extended for 6 thousand constable posts in Haryana

State Staff Selection Commission (HSSC) has extended the last date to apply for Haryana Police General Duty (GD). Earlier the last date to apply for this vacancy was 21st March, which has been extended to 28th March. Candidates can apply by visiting the official website

Educational Qualification:

Must have passed 12th examination from a recognized board and have studied Hindi or Sanskrit as a subject at matriculation level.

Age Range :

  • Candidates age should not be less than 18 years and not more than 25 years as on 1st February 2024.
  • The government has given age relaxation of 3 years due to delay in recruitment.
  • Candidates belonging to reserved categories who are natives of Haryana will be given relaxation in upper age limit as per the rules of the State Government.
  • Candidates belonging to reserved categories of other states will have to apply in general category.

2. Recruitment for 106 posts in AIIMS Bilaspur, maximum age 35 years

Broadcast Engineering Consultants India Limited (BECIL) has released advertisement for recruitment in AIIMS Bilaspur. According to this, recruitment is to be done on other posts including Lab Technician, Medical Record Technician. Candidates can apply by visiting the official website

Educational Qualification:

  • Candidates should have B.Sc in Medical Lab Technology and at least 5 years of experience in the related field.
  • Candidates having relevant diploma with minimum 8 years of experience can also apply.

Age Range :

Candidates age should be between 25 years to 35 years.

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current affairs

1. Modi received Bhutan's highest civilian honor
On March 22, Prime Minister Narendra Modi was awarded the country's highest civilian honor in Bhutan. King Jigme Wangchuk of Bhutan honored PM Modi with the 'Order of Druk Gyalpo' award. PM Modi became the first foreign head of state to receive this honour. The 'Order of Druk Gyalpo' is given for lifetime achievement. Till now, a total of four personalities have been awarded this honour, the fourth of which is PM Modi. The award to Modi was first announced during the 114th National Day of Bhutan on 17 December 2021.

2. Naveen Jindal becomes ISA President
On 21 March, Indian businessman and former MP Naveen Jindal assumed the charge of President of the Indian Steel Association (ISA). Naveen has been appointed chairman of ArcelorMittal Nippon Steel India, replacing Dilip Omman, CEO.

Naveen Jindal is currently the Chairman of Jindal Steel and Power Limited.

Naveen Jindal is currently the Chairman of Jindal Steel and Power Limited.

Naveen Jindal OP Jindal is also the Chancellor of Global University. He has also been a two-time Congress MP from Kurukshetra Lok Sabha. Thanks to Naveen's 10-year long legal battle, today every Indian has got the right to hoist the flag. ISA represents India's steel industries on both domestic and global platforms.

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top story

1. CBSE released 10th-12th syllabus

CBSE has released the syllabus for 10th-12th board exam to be held in 2025. Students can check the detailed syllabus on the curriculum section of

2. GATE 2024 scorecard released

Indian Institute of Science Bangalore has released the scorecard of GATE 2024. Its result was released on 16 March. Selected candidates can download the scorecard from

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