Re-taking GMAT is an opportunity to Score well

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You have taken the GMAT test, the marks are lying on a sheet of paper and are depressing. You feel that you did not secure the desired score. It’s time to turn the page of hopelessness because, GMAC (Graduate Management Admission Council) offers you to take the GMAT test again to meet the maximum score requirement by the B-schools you shortlisted.
Review Your Quant, Verbal Score:
No one can teach you better than your gained experiences; the score is your actual mirror, and you know how well versed you’re and what are the laxness that lagged you behind. The moment you finish the test, your score displayed on the screen narrating the number of questions you have attempted, the number of questions answered correctly/ incorrectly.  The GMAT score range between 200-800 and the current mean is 574. And the verbal and quant score scaled on 0-60 and the average score are 28 and 40 respectively. Review your score, whether they have met the average score requirement or not. If not it’s time to retake the test.

Evaluate your AWA essays:
The AWA section of the GMAT demands to take your stand on the crucial topics or conclusion drawn on the basis of a study.  You have to write tactfully and should make a clear choice of favor or against. You are supposed to make strong points to support your answers. You should be very precise and conscious over choosing the right word. There should not be jargon of words. Your statements should be short and contain all the relevant facts which depict a clear vision of thinking capabilities.

Re-think about Integrated Reasoning questions:
The Integrated Reasoning (IR) section is brainstorming.  You have to be very fast in extracting the facts and converting them into answers of the questions asked. It needs a good practice of the questions as it makes you familiar with the questions and gives you a fair idea about the methods used in solving the questions.

Re-work on the weak nerves:
Re-taking the GMAT depends on the situation and the score requirement by the b-schools. It is not a bad idea if you think you can score much well as compared to the previous test,  then you should go for it. Now at this point, you’re well aware of your weak areas, so it is very necessary to work on those and make them strong. Take mock-tests at regular intervals. It will help you in estimating your performance.

Don’t over-think for re-taking the GMAT test; it is better to learn from your mistakes and make sure not to repeat them.


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Best Strategies To Prepare for UPSC Exams

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UPSC Exams are deemed to be the pinnacle of achievement in our society as passing such an exam is an arduous task and the status enjoyed by an IAS/IPS officer in the society is second to none. Passing such an exam is possible for any aspirant provided he or she has the right guidance and tools. There have been reports about guidance provided by Byju’s the learning app to be possessing the same qualities and preferred by aspirants of civil services across the country. The following strategies would be really helpful in helping candidates while preparing for the civil services exam.


Give importance to NCERT books

The NCERT textbooks as everyone knows are the pillar of the IAS/IPS exam preparation as aspirants should consider them as their primary aspect of their preparation. The following NCERT texts will be helpful in your preparation to a great extent:

        Class VI to X (Every important topic connected to General Studies).
        Class XI to XII (Economy, History, Geography, Polity).
        Class XII Biology (Give importance to Chapter 13 to 16 viz. last 4 chapters focused on Environment and Ecology).
        NCERT Chemistry (For class XII part 2; final 3 chapters).

The above mentioned books are all available for free download from the official site. Candidates could answer a majority of the stable part of all the exam papers using the NCERT and also it would help aspirants to build an in depth understanding. Try reading all the above books a minimum of 4-5 times before candidates attempt their exams. Aspirants should be aware of the fact that their knowledge from the above books would be checked thoroughly for prelims exam.

Read the Hindu (In addition to other newspapers)

You should devote a separate time on a daily basis for reading newspapers like the Hindu. Try to grasp, focus, and comprehend and notice down the information that is relevant. Aspirants should use a separate notebook or sheet for the clippings taken from the Hindu in particular as it would be absolutely vital for success in the exam. It would also be helpful while the exam is approaching fast. Like the Hindu, magazines like Kurukshetra, Yojana, Down to Earth, Science Reporter and Civil Services Times and Frontline should be referred for further understanding.

Refer Previous Year Question Papers

It is advisable that aspirants should refer previous year question papers for at least last 5 years as this would help the candidates to familiarize themselves with the pattern of questions asked in the examination. From their observation, aspirants would have realized that the UPSC never goes for repeated questions. Hence there is no point in cramming questions as it will not be of any help. The major benefit however, would be the fact that the question types might have a chance of getting repeated. The previous year papers would give the aspirants an outline of what all areas would be covered during the exam so that they could prepare themselves well for anything that comes their way. The exam is not just centered around hard work but also about smart work in the right proportion.

Attempt Mock Test Series

Once the aspirants are confident about their grip over UPSC syllabus while preparing, it would be ideal for them to enroll for mock test series so that they could attempt these tests on a regular basis so that they would be able to assess the areas where they are struggling and need to give maximum attention. The Mock test series provided by Byju’s have been heard to cater for the same like answer writing practices, video lectures and test series available for mains and prelims designed by India’s top faculties providing mentorship for civil services preparation. The more candidates practice with these mock tests, the better their scores would become in the due course.

Do more Answer Writing Practice

It would be really beneficial if aspirants would do some exam writing practice by themselves as they would be able to take their level of efficiency to an advanced level. It has two main advantages viz, helps the candidates with the management of time. There are other added advantages like helping you in remembering key concepts in the exam.


The points mentioned above would be more than sufficient for aspirants if they want a right approach for preparing for competitive exams like the UPSC. Hence Candidates should take their preparation as a serious affair and give their best shot while doing the same.
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UGC NET 2016 exam - Last date 12.05.2016 Hurry Up..

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Central Board of Secondary Education announced UGC NET 2016 (july) examination for Junior Research Fellowship and  Assistant Professor Eligibility.

ugc net 2016

Age limit for Junior  Research Fellowship

Must not be more than 28 years.Relaxation is available 5 years  for women, categories of SC/ST/PWD , OBC(Non- creamy layer, as per the Central list of OBC available on website: www.ncbc.nic.in ).

Age limit for Assistant Professor

No age limit. :)

Also check: government jobs

UGC net 2016 required educational qualifications for this exam

Minimum marks of 50% for categories of SC/ST/PWD , OBC(Non- creamy layer).And other categories must have minimum marks of 55%.
For more details check the  link below at the bottom of the post.


Examination UGC net 2016 important dates

1.Last date to Apply Online   -  12.05.2016
2.Last date of submission of Fee
through online generated Bank challan ,
at any branch of (Syndicate/ Canara/ICICI/HDFC Bank)or
through credit/debit card       - 13.05.2016
3.Correction in Particulars of application form
on the website                                   - 17th to 23th May, 2016 5.
4.Date of Examination                     -10.07.2016

Examination fee

General                                                                                   -Rs.600
Other Backward Classes (Non-creamy layer)                 -Rs.300
SC/ST/PwD                                                                             -Rs.150

Exemption (eligibility for assistant professor)

i) NET/SLET/SET shall remain the minimum eligibility condition for recruitment and appointment of Assistant Professors in Universities/Colleges/ Institutions.
Provided however, that candidates, who are or have been awarded a Ph. D. Degree in accordance with the University Grants Commission (Minimum Standards and Procedure for Award of the Ph. D. Degree) Regulations, 2009, shall be exempted from the requirement of the minimum eligibility condition of NET/SELT/SET for recruitment and appointment of Assistant Professor or equivalent positions in Universities/ Colleges/ Institutions.

ii) The candidates who have passed the UGC/CSIR JRF examination prior to 1989 are also exempted from appearing in NET.
iii) For SET Candidates:
The candidates who have cleared the States Eligibility Test (SET) accredited by UGC for eligibility for Assistant Professor held prior to 1st Dec 2002, are exempted from appearing in NET, being eligible to apply for Assistant Professor anywhere in India.
For SET held from 1st Dec 2002 onwards, the qualified candidates are eligible to apply for the post of Assistant Professor only in the universities/ colleges situated in the state from where they have cleared their SET.
For full details check the link below,


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IOCL - Indian oil corporation limited

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Iocl is the no.1 largest corporation in india and also one of the large world corporation ranked 119 in the "Global 500" 2015.Major units of indian oil corporation limited were located mumbai, newdelhi,noida,kolkata ,faridabad. At present in this company there are 33,000 plus people were working. 


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Indian oil corporation have setup subsidiaries in  Mauritius, United Arab Emirates and the Sri Lanka.Indian oil entered in the petrochemical field in the year 2004 and now they are no.2 in this field for domestic products. They also have strong position in aviation fuel services which is very helpful for the Indian military (also all other defence services) and for private airlines.For motorcycles ,indian oils provides their contribution as servo lubes and grease products.

Iocl history:

Actually Indian oil corporation has beginning from inpendence onwards.In the year 1958 Indian Refineries Limited was formed with Mr Feroze Gandhi as Chairman.And in the year 1959 indian oil comapany limited was  started and Nijalingappa was appointed as the first chairman.Finally the present indian oil corporation limited was finally founded in the year 1964. Indian oil corporation limited[IOCL] was a merge of  Indian Refineries Limited and indian oil company limited.

Iocl joint ventures list

Avi-Oil India Pvt. Ltd.
Delhi Aviation Fuel Facility Private Limited
Green Gas Ltd.
GSPL India Transco Ltd.
GSPL India Gasnet Ltd.
IOT Infrastructure & Energy Services Ltd.
IndianOil Adani Gas Pvt. Ltd.
IndianOil Petronas Pvt. Ltd.
IndianOil Ruchi Bio Fuels LLP
IndianOil Skytanking Pvt. Ltd.
Indian Synthetic Rubber Pvt. Limited
Kochi Salem Pipelines Private Limited
Lubrizol India Pvt. Ltd.
Mumbai Aviation Fuel Farm Facility Pvt. Ltd.
NPCIL - IndianOil Nuclear Energy Corporation Limited
Petronet LNG Ltd.
Suntera Nigeria 205 Limited
Indian oil have an awesome research departments which holds 384 active patterns.Among 384 ,233 were international patterns.
With an aim to preserve india's heritage ,a non-profit was formed.It was named Indian oil foundation and started its work in the year 2000.

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Indian oil recruitment 2016

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Indian oil recruitment [IOCL]2016  announced Engineering  Assistant and technical attendant posts.This post is applicable for indian nation peoples only.The selected will need to be work at paradip.Total posts - 6(1,2,3)



Indian oil recruitment 2016 age limit details:

Candidate should not be less than 18 years of age and should not be more than 26 years of age as on
25.04.2016.For relaxation, kindly refer to the link given at end of the post.

Indian oil recruitment 2016 education qualification details:

For engineering assistant he must be a Three years (or two years through lateral entry after ITI of minimum one year
duration) full time Diploma in any of the following disciplines of Engineering
from a Govt. recognized Institute
1. Electrical Engineering
2. Electrical & Electronics Engineering
3.Electronics & Communication Engineering
4.Electronics & Telecommunication Engineering
5.Electronics & Radio Communication Engineering
6.Instrumentation & Control Engineering
7.Instrumentation & Process Control Engineering
8.Electronics Engineering
The Technical attendant should be,
Matric / 10th pass and ITI pass from a Govt. recognized Institute in the  specified ITI Trades and duration was
2 years in  Electrician, Electronic Mechanic,  Fitter,Instrument Mechanic,  Instrument Mechanic (Chemical Plant), Machinist/ Machinist (Grinder), Mechanic-cum-Operator Electronics Communication System,  Turner, Wiremen, Draughtsman (Mechanical), Mechanic Industrial Electronics, Information Technology & ESM,  Mechanic (Refrigeration & Air Conditioner) and one years in Mechanic (Diesel)

Fee details :

Only Demand Draft (DD) is accepted .DD should be in favor of  in favour of INDIAN OIL CORPORATION LIMITED (PIPELINES DIVISION) payable at SBI, Paradip main branch (Branch Code 003945) and must be enclosed with application.If other payment made, it will not be accepted and it will lead to rejection of application.So be aware of fee payment method.The fees is res.100.For sc/st no need to pay fees.

Selection procedure in indian oil recruitment 2016:

a. Written Test : 60 marks
b. Trade Test : 25 marks
c. Personal Interview : 15 marks
The minimum qualifying marks for various stages shall be as under:-i) Written Test : 40% (30% for SC candidates for reserved post)
ii) Trade Test : 50 % (40% for SC candidates for reserved post)
iii) Personal Interview : 50 % (40% for SC candidates for reserved post)

Last date of receipt of applications is 24.05.2016
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Sashastra seema bal -An indian govt border force

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Sashastra seema bal (SSB) is governed under the control of Ministry of Home Affairs (MHA), Govt . of India. SSB is an important border force which act as guard for the indian nation. Sashastra seema bal controls two borders where one of the border name is Indo­Nepal Border and another border name is Indo­Bhutan Border. SSB headquarters was at new delhi. And there are 3 frontier headquarters Lucknow, Patna and Guwahati. Inside a Frontier has many sectors in it. Inside a sectors it has few battalions.
sashastra seema bal


Why Sashastra seema bal was started and why it is needed very much?

After indo-china war (1962) the government of india realized that country needs special committed people to protect the borders.So in the year 1963 , Special Service Bureau was created with the aim of achieving Total security preparedness.Initially started with North Assam and hill-districts some states and later extended to more states.Now SSB covering 15 states which covers nearly 10,000 kilometers.It has volunteers in the range of 2 to 3 lakhs.

Sashastra seema bal coverage and center details

  1. 10 SSB divisions
  2. 49 areas
  3. 117 sub areas
  4. 287 circles
  5. 32 group centers
  6. 14 training centers
  7. 3 training schools

How to join Sashastra seema bal

Through UPSC:
Recruitment  for the post of assistant commandant (direct entry) is conducted by UPSC for which notifications will be published annually. The scheme of examination, date sheet and other requirements for eligibility are mention in
the aforesaid notification.
Through SSC:
Recruitment  for the posts of SIs/GD(DE) and Constables(GD).
Through SSB:
Recruitment  for the posts of
Asstt. Comdt . (Vety)
Asstt. Comdt ./GD(LDCE)
SI/GD (LDCE)
SI/Min (LDCE)
SI  (Draughtsman)
Asstt . Sub. Insp  (Steno)
Head Const (Min)
Sub. Inspector  (Tele)
Asstt . Sub. Insp(Tele)
Const   (Tele)
Sub  Insp  (Pioneer)
Head  Const   (Elect )
Head  Const   (Workshop)
Head  Const   (Vety)
Sub  Insp(Staff  Nurse)
ASI  (Pharmacist )
ASI  (Physiotherapist )
ASI  (O.T.  Technician)
ASI  (Radiographer)
Head  Const   (Steward)
Const   (Lab.Asstt .)
Const (Nursing  Orderly)
Const   (Ayah)  Female
Const   (Driver)
Const   (Cook)
Const   (Washerman)
Const   (Barbar)
Const   (Safaiwala)
Const   (Waiter)
Const   (Mason)
Const   (Carpenter)
Const   (Painter)
Const   (Plumber)
Const   (Black  Smith)

Const  (Cobbler) & Const  (Gardener).

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