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Job & Education Bulletin: Vacancy for 2215 Home Guard posts in Chhattisgarh, Apprenticeship opportunity in IFFCO

Job & Education Bulletin: Vacancy for 2215 Home Guard posts in Chhattisgarh, Apprenticeship opportunity in IFFCO


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Hello, today in Top Jobs we will know about the recruitments in IFFCO and Chhattisgarh Home Guard. In Current Affairs we will tell you which country’s highest honor was awarded to Prime Minister Modi. In Top Story we will know about the updates of NEET case.

current affairs

1. Dr. Soumya Swaminathan becomes Principal Advisor in the Union Ministry of Health and Family Welfare
Professor Dr. Soumya Swaminathan has been appointed as the Principal Advisor in the Union Ministry of Health and Family Welfare for the National Tuberculosis Elimination Programme (NTEP). She will provide technical advice on the overall strategy to achieve the goals of this programme.

Apart from this, she will suggest measures to improve the activities required for better results and will advise on research related strategy.

Dr. Soumya Swaminathan was appointed as the advisor to MoHFW for NTEP on 9 July.

Dr. Soumya Swaminathan was appointed as the advisor to MoHFW for NTEP on 9 July.

2. Modi received Russia’s highest civilian honor
On July 9, PM Narendra Modi was awarded Russia’s highest honor ‘Order of St. Andrew the Apostle’ in Moscow. This honor is given to the best performing civilian or military personnel. It was started around 1699 by Russia’s first emperor Peter the Great.

President Vladimir Putin himself honored PM Modi.

President Vladimir Putin himself honored PM Modi.

4. 16th Finance Commission constitutes Advisory Council
The 16th Finance Commission constituted a 5-member Advisory Council on July 9. The Commission has appointed Dr. Poonam Gupta as the convener of the Advisory Council. Apart from this, DK Srivastava, Neelkanth Mishra, Pranjul Bhandari and Rahul Bajoria have been made members of the Advisory Council.

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Top Jobs

1. Recruitment for the post of apprentice in IFFCO, stipend up to 35 thousand
Indian Farmers Fertilizer Co-operative Limited (IFFCO) has announced recruitment for the posts of Graduate Engineer Apprentice.

Candidates can apply online by visiting the official website gea.iffco.in. This recruitment will be done for one year.

Educational Qualification :

  • BE / B.Tech degree in Chemical/ Mechanical/ Electrical/ Instrumentation & Electronics/ Civil with minimum 60% marks from a recognized University/ Institute.
  • SC/ST candidates are given relaxation of 5% in passing percentage.

Age Range :

The maximum age of the candidates has been fixed at 30 years keeping in mind 1st July 2024. The reserved category will be given relaxation in the upper age as per the rules.

2. Applications for recruitment to 2215 posts in Chhattisgarh start today
Applications for recruitment to more than 2 thousand posts in Chhattisgarh are starting from today i.e. July 10. Candidates can apply by visiting the official website firenoc.cg.gov.in.

Educational Qualification :

12th passed.

Age Range :

  • 18 – 40 years.
  • General, OBC, SC Category : 10th Pass
  • ST : 8th Pass.

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Top Story

1. NTA filed affidavit in Supreme Court, next hearing on July 11
NTA submitted its reply to the Supreme Court today on 10th July. In its reply, NTA said- The agency has received information about irregularities at some centres in Godhra and Patna. The results of the candidates who appeared for the exam at these exam centres have been checked so that it can be ascertained how much impact the irregularities have had.

Analysis of the results has revealed that neither the sanctity of the entire examination has been affected by the alleged irregularities nor has any candidate gained any benefit.

CJI Chandrachud’s bench heard the NEET paper leak case on July 8. The CBI has also been asked to submit its investigation report so far. The next hearing of the NEET-UG case will be on July 11.

1. There is no change in CBSE books this year, schools will teach last year’s curriculum and textbooks only
CBSE Board has issued a notice informing that this year there is no change in the curriculum or syllabus of any class except class 3 and 6. All the schools have been instructed that the syllabus of the previous academic session i.e. (2023-24) will be taught this year as well.

The Board has issued a notice in this regard on X.

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