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Saturday, July 4

CIVIL SERVICES EXAMINATION, 2014 Final Result Out on 4-july

Based on the results of the written part of Civil Services Examination, 2014
held by the Union Public Service Commission in December, 2014 and the
interviews for Personality Test held in April-June, 2015, following is the list,
in order of merit, of candidates who have been recommended for
appointment to:
(i) Indian Administrative Service;
(ii) Indian Foreign Service;
(iii) Indian Police Service; and
(iv) Central Services, Group ‘A’ and Group ‘B’

For list do click here.....


S.NO. ROLL NO NAME


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1 497480 IRA SINGHAL
2 030694 RENU RAJ
3 003241 NIDHI GUPTA
4 033399 VANDANA RAO
5 655142 SUHARSHA BHAGAT
6 434671 CHARUSREE T
7 519805 LOK BANDHU
8 149709 NITISH K
9 564786 ASHISH KUMAR
10 005630 ARVIND SINGH
11 421227 SANSKRITI JAIN
12 889291 NEELABH SAXENA
13 082606 NISHANT JAIN
14 080562 SAKETA RAJA MUSINIPALLY
15 327792 ABHIJEET KAPLISH
16 006901 ANANYA DAS
17 582086 AJAY KUMAR DWIVEDI
18 063885 C M SAIKANTH VARMA
19 302641 ADITYA UPPAL
20 275061 AMAN MITTAL
21 070722 LAKSHMIKANTH REDDY G
22 018490 NEHA
23 257218 DHAMELIYA ANILBHAI TULASHIBHAI
24 892226 AYUSH PRASAD
25 054111 MANISH MISHRA


Appointment to the various Services will be made according to the number
of vacancies available with due consideration to the provisions contained
in paras 2 and 19 of the Rules for the Examination. The number of
vacancies reported by the Government to be filled are as under:
SERVICES GEN OBC SC ST Total
I.A.S. 90 51 26 13 180
I.F.S. 16 08 05 03 32
I.P.S. 75 42 23 10 150
Central Services Group ‘A’ 363 184 107 56 710
Group ‘B’ Services 174 69 33 16 292
Total 718 354 194 98 1364*



Digital India

The journey of e-Governance initiatives in India took a broader dimension in mid 90s for wider sectoral applications with emphasis on citizen-centric services. Later on, many States/UTs started various e-Governance projects. Though these e-Governance projects were citizen-centric, they could make lesser than the desired impact. Government of India launched National e-Governance Plan (NeGP) in 2006. 31 Mission Mode Projects covering various domains were initiated. Despite the successful implementation of many e-Governance projects across the country, e-Governance as a whole has not been able to make the desired impact and fulfil all its objectives.
It has been felt that a lot more thrust is required to ensure e-Governance in the country promote inclusive growth that covers electronic services, products, devices and job opportunities. Moreover, electronic manufacturing in the country needs to be strengthened. 
In order to transform the entire ecosystem of public services through the use of information technology, the Government of India has launched the Digital India programme with the vision to transform India into a digitally empowered society and knowledge economy.

Approach and Methodology for Digital India Programme are:

  1. Ministries / Departments / States would fully leverage the Common and Support ICT Infrastructure established by GoI. DeitY would also evolve/ lay down standards and policy guidelines, provide technical and handholding support, undertake capacity building, R&D, etc.
  2. The existing/ ongoing e-Governance initiatives would be suitably revamped to align them with the principles of Digital India. Scope enhancement, Process Reengineering, use of integrated & interoperable systems and deployment of emerging technologies like cloud & mobile would be undertaken to enhance the delivery of Government services to citizens.
  3. States would be given flexibility to identify for inclusion additional state-specific projects, which are relevant for their socio-economic needs.
  4. e-Governance would be promoted through a centralised initiative to the extent necessary, to ensure citizen centric service orientation, interoperability of various e-Governance applications and optimal utilisation of ICT infrastructure/ resources, while adopting a decentralised implementation model.
  5. Successes would be identified and their replication promoted proactively with the required productization and customisation wherever needed.
  6. Public Private Partnerships would be preferred wherever feasible to implement e-Governance projects with adequate management and strategic control.
  7. Adoption of Unique ID would be promoted to facilitate identification, authentication and delivery of benefits.
  8. Restructuring of NIC would be undertaken to strengthen the IT support to all government departments at Centre and State levels.
  9. The positions of Chief Information Officers (CIO) would be created in at least 10 key Ministries so that various e-Governance projects could be designed, developed and implemented faster. CIO positions will be at Additional Secretary/Joint Secretary level with over-riding powers on IT in the respective Ministry.


Programme Management Structure for Digital India Programme

The Programme management structure for the Digital India prorgamme as endorsed by the Union Cabinet is as follow:
  1. For effective management of the Digital India programme, the programme management structure would consists of a Monitoring Committee on Digital India headed by the Prime Minister, a Digital India Advisory Group chaired by the Minister of Communications and IT and an Apex Committee chaired by the Cabinet Secretary.  The structure has the needed secretarial/ monitoring/ technical support and appropriate decentralization of power and responsibility to ensure effective execution of the various projects/ components by the implementing departments/ teams.
  2. Key components of the Programme Management structure would be as follows:
    1. Cabinet Committee on Economic Affairs (CCEA) for programme level policy decisions.
    2. A Monitoring Committee on Digital India under the Chairpersonship of Prime Minister which will be constituted with representation drawn from relevant Ministries/ Departments to provide leadership, prescribe deliverables and milestones, and monitor periodically the implementation of the Digital India Programme.
    3. A Digital India Advisory Group headed by the Minister of Communications and IT  to solicit views of external stakeholders and to provide inputs to the Monitoring Committee on Digital India, advise the Government on policy issues and strategic interventions necessary for accelerating the implementation of the Digital India Programme across Central and State Government Ministries/Departments. The composition of the Advisory Group would include representation from the Planning Commission and 8 to 9 representatives from States/UTs and other Line Ministries/Departments on a rotational basis.
    4. An Apex Committee headed by the Cabinet Secretary would be overseeing the programme and providing policy and strategic directions for its implementation and resolving inter-ministerial issues. In addition it would harmonize and integrate diverse initiatives and aspects related to integration of services, end to end process re-engineering and service levels of MMPs and other initiatives under the Digital India Programme, wherever required.
    5. Expenditure Finance Committee (EFC)/Committee on Non Plan Expenditure (CNE) to financially appraise/ approve projects as per existing delegation of financial powers. The EFC/ CNE headed by Secretary Expenditure would also be recommending to the CCEA the manner in which MMPs/ eGovernance initiatives are to be implemented, as well as the financial terms of participation for States. A representative of the Planning Commission would also be included in both the EFC and CNE.
    6. A Council of Mission Leaders on Digital India headed by Secretary, DeitY would be established as a platform to share the best practices in various existing and new eGov initiatives under Digital India and also to sensitize various government departments about ICT projects of DeitY. While the inter-departmental, integration and interoperable issues of integrated projects / eGovernance initiatives would be resolved by the Apex Committee on Digital India headed by Cabinet Secretary, the technical issues of integrated projects would be resolved by the Council of Mission Leaders.
    7. Further, considering the scope of the Digital India Programme and the need to look at issues such as overall technology architecture, framework, standards, security policy, funding strategy, service delivery mechanism, sharing of common infrastructure etc. at a programme level, it is proposed that the technical appraisal of all Digital India projects be done by DeitY, prior to a project being placed before the EFC/ CNE. This appraisal would cover issues relating to inclusion of adoption of Standards, utilization of Cloud and mobile platforms, consideration of security aspects, etc. The Secretary, DeitY or his representative may also be included as a standing special invitee to all EFC/CNE meetings, which are appraising/approving MMPs. It may be mentioned that the DeitY has already set up a Programme Management Unit, namely National eGovernance Division (NeGD) to provide support to departments in conceptualizing, developing, appraising, implementing and monitoring respective MMPs / eGovernance Initiatives.
    8. Institutional mechanism of Digital India at State level would be headed by State Committee on Digital India by the Chief Minister. State/UT Apex Committees on Digital India headed by Chief Secretaries would be constituted at State/UT level to allocate required resources, set priority amongst projects and resolve inter-departmental issues at State level.
  3. For effective monitoring of Digital India, usage of Project Management Information System would be mandatory in each new and existing Mission Mode Projects to capture the real or near real time details about the progress of the project. This tool should be proficient enough to capture the parameters for each stage of project namely, conceptualization and development, implementation and post implementation. The parameters could be decided in consultation with various line Ministries / Departments and DeitY.
  4. Since the “e-Kranti: National eGovernance Plan 2.0” is already integrated with Digital India Programme, the existing programme management structure established for National eGovernance Plan at both national and state level has also been decided to be integrated appropriately with the programme management structure being envisaged for Digital India Programme at national and State/UT level.
Institutional Mechanism at National Level
programme
Current Status
The Apex Committee on the Digital India programme headed by the Cabinet Secretary and the Digital India Advisory Group chaired by the Minister of Communications and Information Techology has been constituted.
The first meeting of the Apex Committee on the Digital India programme was held on 26.11.2014. The second meeting of the Apex Committee on the Digital India programme was held on 09.02.2015. The actions on decisons made by the Apex Committee are being worked out. 


30 P C of rural households landless

Nearly 19 per cent of india's rural population in 2011 lacked at least one of seven socio-economic parameters used to estimate deprivation that include soure of income, the presence of an able and literte adulst and quality dwelling.

Digital India 
Quiz

Monday, June 15

Combined Higher Secondary Level (10+2)

The Staff Selection Commission will hold an examination for Recruitment of Postal Assistants/Sorting Assistants, Data Entry Operators and Lower Divisional Clerks

1. Pay of the Posts:
Postal Assistant/Sorting Assistant PB -1(Rs. 5200-20200) Grade Pay 2400
Data Entry Operator : Pay Band-1 (Rs. 5200-20200), Grade Pay Rs. 2400
Data Entry Operator : Pay Band-1 (Rs. 5200-20200), Grade Pay Rs. 1900
Lower Division Clerk: Pay Band -1 (Rs. 5200-20200), Grade Pay Rs. 1900

2. Vacancies:
Tentatively the vacancies for the post of Postal Assistant/Sorting Assistant, LDC and DEO are 3523, 2049 and 1006 respectively.

3. Reservation:
Reservation for SC/ST/OBC/ExS/PH etc. categories is available as per extant Govt. Orders.

4. Age Limit: 18-27 years

5. Educational Qualification : Must have passed 12th Standard or equivalent examination from a recognized Board or University.

6. How to apply: Applications must be submitted only in the prescribed format (Annexure-I) On-line or by
Post. Detailed instructions as in Annexure - II A or Annexure - II B, may be referred to for
postal applications and on-line applications respectively.

7. Application fee: Payment of application fee is exempted for all women candidates and candidates
belonging to Scheduled Caste, Scheduled Tribe, Physically Handicapped and Ex-servicemen eligible for reservation, as per Government orders. The candidates submitting application offline (paper mode) should pay the fee of Rs 100 (Rupees one hundred only) by means of "Central Recruitment Fee
Stamps (CRFS)"only.

8. Scheme of Examination: 
The examination will consist of a Written Examination and Skill Test for the post of Data Entry Operator and Written Test and Typing Test for the post of Postal Assistant & Sorting Assistant (PA/SA) and Lower Division Clerk on Computer. Written examination (Objective type): 
There will be negative marking of 0.25 marks for each wrong answer. 

Indicative Syllabus for written examination:
General Intelligence: It would include questions of both verbal and non-verbal
type. The test will include questions on Semantic Analogy, Symbolic operations, Symbolic/Number Analogy, Trends, Figural Analogy, Space Orientation ,Semantic Classification, Venn Diagrams, Symbolic/Number Classification, Drawing inferences ,Figural Classification ,Punched hole/pattern-folding & unfolding , Semantic Series, Figural Pattern – folding and completion, Number Series, Embedded figures, Figural
Series, Critical Thinking, Problem Solving, Emotional Intelligence, Word Building, Social Intelligence, Coding and de-coding, Other sub-topics, if any Numerical operations. English Language: Spot the Error, Fill in the Blanks, Synonyms/Homonyms, Antonyms, Spellings/ Detecting Mis-spelt words, Idioms & Phrases, One word substitution, Improvement of Sentences, Active/Passive Voice of Verbs, Conversion into
Direct/Indirect narration, Shuffling of Sentence parts, Shuffling of Sentences in a
passage, Cloze Passage, Comprehension Passage.
Quantitative Aptitude:
Arithmetic:
Number Systems: Computation of Whole Number, Decimal and Fractions, Relationship between numbers
Fundamental arithmetical operations: Percentages, Ratio and Proportion, Square roots, Averages, Interest (Simple and Compound), Profit and Loss, Discount, Partnership Business, Mixture and Allegation, Time and distance, Time and work. Algebra: Basic algebraic identities of School Algebra and Elementary surds (simple problems) and Graphs of Linear Equations. Geometry: Familiarity with elementary geometric figures and facts: Triangle and its various kinds of centres, Congruence and similarity of triangles, Circle and its chords, tangents, angles subtended by chords of a circle, common tangents to two or more circles. Mensuration: Triangle, Quadrilaterals, Regular Polygons, Circle, Right Prism, Right Circular Cone, Right Circular Cylinder, Sphere, Hemispheres, Rectangular Parallelepiped, Regular Right Pyramid with triangular or square Base Trigonometry: Trigonometry, Trigonometric ratios, Complementary angles, Height and distances (simple problems only) Standard Identities like sin20 + Cos20=1 etc., Statistical Charts : Use of Tables and Graphs: Histogram, Frequency polygon, Bardiagram, Pie-chart
General Awareness: Questions are designed to test the candidate’s general awareness of the environment around him and its application to society. Questions are also designed to test knowledge of current events and of such matters of everyday observation and experience in their scientific aspect as may be expected of an educated person. The test will also include questions relating to India and its neighbouring countries especially pertaining to History, Culture, Geography, Economic Scene, General policy and scientific research.


Saturday, June 13

Sacred Space

Inner Discovery : Energy can't be created or destroyed, and energy flows. It must be in a direction, with some kind of internal, emotive, spiritual direction. It must have some effect somewhere.

Same Destination : Each of us has our own evolution of life with challenges but certain things are common. And we learn form each othere's experience. On a spiritual journey, our destination is the same.

Inner Calm : How to attain peace? The happiness and peace attained by those satisfied by the nectar of spiritual tranquility is not attained by greedy persons restlessly moving here and there.





Green Security : I think the environment should be put in the category of our national security. Defense of our resources is just as important as defense abroad. Otherwise what is there to defend ?

Make Me Immortal : make me immortal in that realm where movement is accordant to wish... where all wishes and longings go, where spreads the Radiant One's region, where holy bliss is, and happiness.

Let's Talk : An oil lamp becomes brighter after trimming; a truth becomes clearer after being discussed. When facing a complicated problem, only by discussion and debate can we get the correct answer. Truth develops through the comparison of ideas.

Tuesday, March 24

National Anthem of India

Jana gana mana adhinayka jaya he
Bharata bhagya vidhata
Punjaba Sindhu Gujarata Maratha
Dravida Utkala Banga
Vindhya Himachala Yamuna Ganga
Uchchala Jaladhi taranga
Tava Subha name jage
Tava subha asisa mange
Gahe tava jaya gatha
Jana gana mangala dayaka jaya he
Bharat bhagya vidhata
Jaya he, jaya he, jaya he,
Jaya jaya jaya, jaya he.

Tuesday, October 21

A man rare found

A godly person is one.
Who feels the pain of others;
Who shares anothres' sorrow,
And forever disdains pride.

One who respects the entire world,
Speaks not a word of evil against any person;
Who remains steadfast in word, body and mind.
Blessed is the mother who gives birth to such a child.

One who looks upon everyone as an equal and has renounced avarice,
And who honors women like their mother;
Whose tongue knows not the taste of falsehood till their last breath,
Nor covets another wealth.

One who does not desire worldly things,
And treads the path of renunciation.
Ever on their lips is God's holy name;
All place of pilgrimage are within them.

One who is not greedy and deceitful,
Has conquered lust and anger.
The author of this poem would be grateful to meet such a soul,
Whose virtue liberates their entire lineage.