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October 26, 2017

Aachar Sahinta Amal temaj adhikari karmacharioni badli temaj Raja par pratibandh babat.

Aachar Sahinta Amal temaj adhikari karmacharioni badli temaj Raja par pratibandh babat.

The first introduction of a mutual fund in India occurred in 1963, when the Government of India launched Unit Trust of India (UTI).

UTI enjoyed a monopoly in the Indian mutual fund market until 1987, when a host of other government-controlled Indian financial companies established their own funds, including State Bank of India, Canara Bank, and Punjab National Bank. This market was made open to private players in 1993, as a result of the historic constitutional amendments brought forward by the then Congress-led government under the existing regime of Liberalization, Privatization and Globalization (LPG). The first private sector fund to operate in India was Kothari Pioneer, which later merged with Franklin Templeton. In 1996, SEBI, the regulator of mutual funds in India, formulated the Mutual Fund Regulation which is a comprehensive regulatory framework.

Deposit being available in the market[3] less than 10% of Indian households have invested in mutual funds.[citation needed] A recent report on Mutual Fund Investments in India published by research and analytics firm, Boston Analytics, suggests investors are holding back from putting their money into mutual funds due to their perceived high risk and a lack of information on how mutual funds work.[4] There are 46 Mutual Funds as of June 2013.

The primary reason for not investing appears to be correlated with city size. Among respondents with a high savings rate, close to 40% of those who live in metros and Tier I cities considered such investments to be very risky, whereas 33% of those in Tier II cities said they did not know how or where to invest in such assets.

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Anand :- Aachar Sahinta Nu palan karva ANGE no Anand Jilla prathmik Shikshanadhikari no paripatra

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DEVBHUMI DWARAKA - PRATHMIK SHIXAKO NA UCHCHATAR PAGAR DHORAN BABAT PARIPATRA DATE - 18-10-2017.

DEVBHUMI DWARAKA - PRATHMIK SHIXAKO NA UCHCHATAR PAGAR DHORAN BABAT PARIPATRA DATE - 18-10-2017.

The first introduction of a mutual fund in India occurred in 1963, when the Government of India launched Unit Trust of India (UTI).

UTI enjoyed a monopoly in the Indian mutual fund market until 1987, when a host of other government-controlled Indian financial companies established their own funds, including State Bank of India, Canara Bank, and Punjab National Bank. This market was made open to private players in 1993, as a result of the historic constitutional amendments brought forward by the then Congress-led government under the existing regime of Liberalization, Privatization and Globalization (LPG). The first private sector fund to operate in India was Kothari Pioneer, which later merged with Franklin Templeton. In 1996, SEBI, the regulator of mutual funds in India, formulated the Mutual Fund Regulation which is a comprehensive regulatory framework.

Deposit being available in the market[3] less than 10% of Indian households have invested in mutual funds.[citation needed] A recent report on Mutual Fund Investments in India published by research and analytics firm, Boston Analytics, suggests investors are holding back from putting their money into mutual funds due to their perceived high risk and a lack of information on how mutual funds work.[4] There are 46 Mutual Funds as of June 2013.

The primary reason for not investing appears to be correlated with city size. Among respondents with a high savings rate, close to 40% of those who live in metros and Tier I cities considered such investments to be very risky, whereas 33% of those in Tier II cities said they did not know how or where to invest in such assets.

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October 25, 2017

RECRUITMENT FOR JUNIOR CLERK IN VARIOUS AGRICULTURE UNIVERSITIES.

RECRUITMENT FOR JUNIOR CLERK IN VARIOUS AGRICULTURE UNIVERSITIES.

Gujarat Government Krushi,khedut kalyan Department Accept For Recruitment of Junior clerk in various Agriculture universities.

Junagadh Agriculture University-- 97 posts

Anand Agriculture University-- 60  posts

Navsari Agriculture University-- 32 posts

Dantivada Agriculture University-- 68 posts

Total 257 posts
Post Name : Junior Clerk for VArious Agriculture University
Salary :- 5200-20200 (Gred Pay 1900)

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Aadarsh Aachar Sahinta Amal Babat sarkari hajerat beners hordings cut out dur karva babat.

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The first introduction of a mutual fund in India occurred in 1963, when the Government of India launched Unit Trust of India (UTI).

UTI enjoyed a monopoly in the Indian mutual fund market until 1987, when a host of other government-controlled Indian financial companies established their own funds, including State Bank of India, Canara Bank, and Punjab National Bank. This market was made open to private players in 1993, as a result of the historic constitutional amendments brought forward by the then Congress-led government under the existing regime of Liberalization, Privatization and Globalization (LPG). The first private sector fund to operate in India was Kothari Pioneer, which later merged with Franklin Templeton. In 1996, SEBI, the regulator of mutual funds in India, formulated the Mutual Fund Regulation which is a comprehensive regulatory framework.

Deposit being available in the market[3] less than 10% of Indian households have invested in mutual funds.[citation needed] A recent report on Mutual Fund Investments in India published by research and analytics firm, Boston Analytics, suggests investors are holding back from putting their money into mutual funds due to their perceived high risk and a lack of information on how mutual funds work.[4] There are 46 Mutual Funds as of June 2013.

The primary reason for not investing appears to be correlated with city size. Among respondents with a high savings rate, close to 40% of those who live in metros and Tier I cities considered such investments to be very risky, whereas 33% of those in Tier II cities said they did not know how or where to invest in such assets.

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Schedule for the General Election to the Legislative Assembly Of the Gujarat 2017.

Schedule for the General Election to the Legislative Assembly Of the Gujarat 2017.

The upcoming assembly elections in Gujarat are likely to take place in two phases in December. This has been revealed in media reports. According to the report, elections will be held on December 3 and the second phase on December 7 in the first phase of elections. Whose potential announcement can be made early in October. However, no official announcement has been made on this matter.

Information is available from sources that will be held in two phases of the assembly elections. The official announcement of which will be directing the election commission in the first week of October. Elections will be held on December 3 in the first phase and on December 7 in the second phase. The results are due to occur after 10 days of election. The picture will be clear when the Election Commission declares the entire election program.

ELECTION 2017

GUJARAT VIDHANSABH ELECTION 2017
GUJARAT ELECTION NEWS

BJP has fully prepared for the elections, while Congress seems to be in the dark. The government has fixed the targets set by the target till September 30. The focus of the nation will be focused on the Gujarat elections. It is also decided that this election will create a lot of enthusiasm throughout the country. Congress's weakness in the Gujarat elections seems to be the biggest advantage for BJP.

VVPAT (Water Verifed Paper Audit Trial) will be used during the Gujarat elections. There was a demand for ballot paper after expressing doubts about the credibility of EVM machine by different parties and organizations.

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BREAKING NEWS : GUJARAT VIDHANSABHA ELECTION DECALRED

BREAKING NEWS : GUJARAT VIDHANSABHA ELECTION DECALRED

The upcoming assembly elections in Gujarat are likely to take place in two phases in December. This has been revealed in media reports. According to the report, elections will be held on December 3 and the second phase on December 7 in the first phase of elections. Whose potential announcement can be made early in October. However, no official announcement has been made on this matter.

Information is available from sources that will be held in two phases of the assembly elections. The official announcement of which will be directing the election commission in the first week of October. Elections will be held on December 3 in the first phase and on December 7 in the second phase. The results are due to occur after 10 days of election. The picture will be clear when the Election Commission declares the entire election program.

ELECTION 2017

GUJARAT VIDHANSABH ELECTION 2017
GUJARAT ELECTION NEWS

BJP has fully prepared for the elections, while Congress seems to be in the dark. The government has fixed the targets set by the target till September 30. The focus of the nation will be focused on the Gujarat elections. It is also decided that this election will create a lot of enthusiasm throughout the country. Congress's weakness in the Gujarat elections seems to be the biggest advantage for BJP.

VVPAT (Water Verifed Paper Audit Trial) will be used during the Gujarat elections. There was a demand for ballot paper after expressing doubts about the credibility of EVM machine by different parties and organizations.

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October 24, 2017

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ONGC Recruitment 2017 Apprentices, Security Officer Total 5651 Opening Vacancies

ONGC Recruitment 2017 Apprentices, Security Officer Total 5651 Opening Vacancies

Oil and Natural Gas Corporation Limited (ONGC) has been published recruitment notification for engagement of Apprentices under Apprentices Act, 1961. Eligible ITI and Degree Holders apply online for recruitment of various Trade Apprentice posts for filling up total 5642 Vacancies in various locations of ONGC. The last date for submission of applications is 3rd November 2017.
TTtotal Vacancies

Apprentices

5642 (Agartala – 209, Ahmedabad – 506, Ankleshwar – 475, Bokaro – 47, Cambay – 115, Chennai – 105, Dehradun – 286, Delhi – 284, Goa – 28, Hazira – 181, Jodhpur – 49, Jorhat – 224, Kakinada – 104, Karaikal – 260, Kolkata – 78, Mehsana – 433, Mumbai – 560, Nazira – 782, Rajahmundry – 459, Silchar – 86, Uran – 120, Vadodara – 251)

Vacancy Posts: Accountant, Cabin/Room Attendant, Computer Operator and Programming Assistant (COPA), Draughtsman, Electrician, Electronics Mechanic, Fitter, House Keeper, Instrument Mechanic, Lab Assistant, Library Assistant, Machinist, Mechanic, Refrigeration and Air Conditioning Mechanic, Store Keeper, Secretarial Assistant, Surveyor, Welder etc.

ONGC RECRUITMENT

Minimum Age: Applicant should not be less than 18 Years of age as on 01.11.2017.

Minimum Qualification: Trade Certificate in concerned Trade / Matriculation / 10+2 (12th Class) Examination Passed or its equivalent / Graduate Degree in concerned discipline. Candidates possessing higher professional qualifications such as BE/ B.Tech or equivalent, MBA or equivalent or MCA shall NOT be considered.

Selection Methods:

(1) Shortlisting of candidates will be done based on the percentage of marks obtained in the qualifying examination as applicable to the respective trade.

(2) Candidates, will be offered the apprenticeship in order of merit.
(3) Medical Certificate of fitness for Apprenticeship Training in ONGC, in original, shall be required to be submitted at the time of joining the Apprenticeship Training from a Registered Medical Officer/ Practitioner giving  complete name, address and registration number of the medical authority.

How to Apply: The candidates may apply for apprenticeship in the trade of their choice as per their eligibility. The  candidates can apply from 16th October 2017 to 03/11/2017. The Form A along with requisite attachments has to reach the concerned work centre by 5:00 PM of 3rd November 2017. Candidates have to apply for any one discipline only as per their eligibility. For any queries email to skilldev.ongc@ongc.co.in.

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October 23, 2017

NMMS EXAM(STD-8) -2017 EXAM HALL TICKET DOWNLOAD HERE

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The first introduction of a mutual fund in India occurred in 1963, when the Government of India launched Unit Trust of India (UTI).

UTI enjoyed a monopoly in the Indian mutual fund market until 1987, when a host of other government-controlled Indian financial companies established their own funds, including State Bank of India, Canara Bank, and Punjab National Bank. This market was made open to private players in 1993, as a result of the historic constitutional amendments brought forward by the then Congress-led government under the existing regime of Liberalization, Privatization and Globalization (LPG). The first private sector fund to operate in India was Kothari Pioneer, which later merged with Franklin Templeton. In 1996, SEBI, the regulator of mutual funds in India, formulated the Mutual Fund Regulation which is a comprehensive regulatory framework.

Deposit being available in the market[3] less than 10% of Indian households have invested in mutual funds.[citation needed] A recent report on Mutual Fund Investments in India published by research and analytics firm, Boston Analytics, suggests investors are holding back from putting their money into mutual funds due to their perceived high risk and a lack of information on how mutual funds work.[4] There are 46 Mutual Funds as of June 2013.

The primary reason for not investing appears to be correlated with city size. Among respondents with a high savings rate, close to 40% of those who live in metros and Tier I cities considered such investments to be very risky, whereas 33% of those in Tier II cities said they did not know how or where to invest in such assets.

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October 21, 2017

October 18, 2017

GRANTED SIXAN SAHAYAKO NA PAGAR MA VADHARO VTV NEWS LIVE

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Bin sarkari anudanit madhyamik ane uchhatar madhyamik shalaoma Shikshan sahayako ni bharti prakriya babat.

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October 17, 2017

Date 01-07-2017 thi Rajya Sarkar na Karmchari ne Malta Monghvari Bhaththa ma Vadharo Karva Babat Latest Paripatra.

Date 01-07-2017 thi Rajya Sarkar na Karmchari ne Malta Monghvari Bhaththa ma Vadharo Karva Babat Latest Paripatra.

The first introduction of a mutual fund in India occurred in 1963, when the Government of India launched Unit Trust of India (UTI).

UTI enjoyed a monopoly in the Indian mutual fund market until 1987, when a host of other government-controlled Indian financial companies established their own funds, including State Bank of India, Canara Bank, and Punjab National Bank. This market was made open to private players in 1993, as a result of the historic constitutional amendments brought forward by the then Congress-led government under the existing regime of Liberalization, Privatization and Globalization (LPG). The first private sector fund to operate in India was Kothari Pioneer, which later merged with Franklin Templeton. In 1996, SEBI, the regulator of mutual funds in India, formulated the Mutual Fund Regulation which is a comprehensive regulatory framework.

Deposit being available in the market[3] less than 10% of Indian households have invested in mutual funds.[citation needed] A recent report on Mutual Fund Investments in India published by research and analytics firm, Boston Analytics, suggests investors are holding back from putting their money into mutual funds due to their perceived high risk and a lack of information on how mutual funds work.[4] There are 46 Mutual Funds as of June 2013.

The primary reason for not investing appears to be correlated with city size. Among respondents with a high savings rate, close to 40% of those who live in metros and Tier I cities considered such investments to be very risky, whereas 33% of those in Tier II cities said they did not know how or where to invest in such assets.



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Gujarat Sarkar ma Varg 4 na Karmchari ne Varsh 2016-17 na Bonus Chukvava Babat.

Gujarat Sarkar ma Varg 4 na Karmchari ne Varsh 2016-17 na Bonus Chukvava Babat.

The first introduction of a mutual fund in India occurred in 1963, when the Government of India launched Unit Trust of India (UTI).

UTI enjoyed a monopoly in the Indian mutual fund market until 1987, when a host of other government-controlled Indian financial companies established their own funds, including State Bank of India, Canara Bank, and Punjab National Bank. This market was made open to private players in 1993, as a result of the historic constitutional amendments brought forward by the then Congress-led government under the existing regime of Liberalization, Privatization and Globalization (LPG). The first private sector fund to operate in India was Kothari Pioneer, which later merged with Franklin Templeton. In 1996, SEBI, the regulator of mutual funds in India, formulated the Mutual Fund Regulation which is a comprehensive regulatory framework.

Deposit being available in the market[3] less than 10% of Indian households have invested in mutual funds.[citation needed] A recent report on Mutual Fund Investments in India published by research and analytics firm, Boston Analytics, suggests investors are holding back from putting their money into mutual funds due to their perceived high risk and a lack of information on how mutual funds work.[4] There are 46 Mutual Funds as of June 2013.

The primary reason for not investing appears to be correlated with city size. Among respondents with a high savings rate, close to 40% of those who live in metros and Tier I cities considered such investments to be very risky, whereas 33% of those in Tier II cities said they did not know how or where to invest in such assets.


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October 13, 2017

HMAT EXAM- 2017 RESULT DECLAIR

HMAT EXAM- 2017 RESULT DECLAIR

State Education Board of Gujarat has released an employment notification for the candidates who are looking for the jobs. Many of the candidates have been looking for the Head Masters Recruitment in the schools of Gujarat. Finally, everyone is happy with the recruitment of Gujarat State Education Board for the post of Head Masters. Gujarat Board conducts HMAT exam for the recruitment of Head Masters. HMAT stands for Head Masters Aptitude Test. So, all the candidates who would like to work as the Head Master post in the Gujarat State need to appear for the HMAT test.
SEB HMAT Results 2017

Gujarat State Education Board conducts HMAT for the candidates to know the level of knowledge the candidate possesses.  The recruitment notification of Head Masters Aptitude Test is released by the State Education Board of Gujarat. The notification is out on 12th September. So, all the candidates have submitted online applications for the Gujarat SEB HMAT. Also, the online submission of applications has started from 14th September 2017. And the last date for the submission of the applications online is 24th September. The online payment of the fee for HMAT took place until 24th September. Also, the offline payment of the fee took place until 25th September.

Gujarat Head Masters Aptitude Test Result 2017

Both the mode of fee payments were available. All the eligible candidates have submitted application forms for the Gujarat Head Masters Aptitude Test. All the candidates have downloaded the admit card which is available on the official website from 3rd to 8th October. State Education Board of Gujarat has successfully conducted HMAT. All the candidates who applied online have appeared for the Gujarat Head Masters Aptitude Test. Gujarat SEB HMAT exam took place on 8th October. Gujarat HMAT exam took place for the candidates at various exam centres in the Gujarat state.

SEB HMAT Exam Results 2017

      Now, all the candidates who would like to know the answer key for the exam can visit the official website. The provisional answer key of HMAT is out. Also, candidates are eagerly waiting to know the HMAT results. Soon, after the answer key for the State Education Board Gujarat HMAT exam is out, the results will be released soon. All the exam results will be present on our page govtjobdata.com. Visit our website for all the latest exam results. The State Education Board of Gujarat Head Masters Aptitude Test Results will be available on the official website. All those candidates who took part in the HMAT exam need to visit the official website to view the exam results.

State Education Board Gujarat HMAT Results 2017

Name of the Organization: State Education Board of Gujarat

Official website: gujarat-education.gov.in/seb

Name of The Exam: Head Masters Aptitude Test

Name of the Post: Head Master

Exam Date: 8th October 2017

Results: Available Soon

Steps to check SEB HMAT Results 2017

Go to the official website: gujarat-education.gov.in/seb
Now, a home page will appear on the screen
Then, go to results
One more page displays on the screen
Click on the link “SEB HMAT Results 2017”
Now, enter the Roll Number and Date of Birth details
Then, Click on get result button
Finally, a page of SEB HMAT Results will get displayed on the screen
Download the SEB HMAT Results page and take a copy for further reference


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October 12, 2017

DOWNLOAD TAT SECONDARY & TAT HIGHER SECONDARY EXAM 2017 SYLLABUS

DOWNLOAD TAT SECONDARY & TAT HIGHER SECONDARY EXAM 2017 SYLLABUS (OFFICIAL )

The first introduction of a mutual fund in India occurred in 1963, when the Government of India launched Unit Trust of India (UTI).

UTI enjoyed a monopoly in the Indian mutual fund market until 1987, when a host of other government-controlled Indian financial companies established their own funds, including State Bank of India, Canara Bank, and Punjab National Bank. This market was made open to private players in 1993, as a result of the historic constitutional amendments brought forward by the then Congress-led government under the existing regime of Liberalization, Privatization and Globalization (LPG). The first private sector fund to operate in India was Kothari Pioneer, which later merged with Franklin Templeton. In 1996, SEBI, the regulator of mutual funds in India, formulated the Mutual Fund Regulation which is a comprehensive regulatory framework.

Deposit being available in the market[3] less than 10% of Indian households have invested in mutual funds.[citation needed] A recent report on Mutual Fund Investments in India published by research and analytics firm, Boston Analytics, suggests investors are holding back from putting their money into mutual funds due to their perceived high risk and a lack of information on how mutual funds work.[4] There are 46 Mutual Funds as of June 2013.

The primary reason for not investing appears to be correlated with city size. Among respondents with a high savings rate, close to 40% of those who live in metros and Tier I cities considered such investments to be very risky, whereas 33% of those in Tier II cities said they did not know how or where to invest in such assets.


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TAT (SECONDARY) - EXAM 2017 NOTIFICATION DECLARED BY SEB.

TAT (SECONDARY) - EXAM 2017 NOTIFICATION DECLARED BY SEB.

The first introduction of a mutual fund in India occurred in 1963, when the Government of India launched Unit Trust of India (UTI).

UTI enjoyed a monopoly in the Indian mutual fund market until 1987, when a host of other government-controlled Indian financial companies established their own funds, including State Bank of India, Canara Bank, and Punjab National Bank. This market was made open to private players in 1993, as a result of the historic constitutional amendments brought forward by the then Congress-led government under the existing regime of Liberalization, Privatization and Globalization (LPG). The first private sector fund to operate in India was Kothari Pioneer, which later merged with Franklin Templeton. In 1996, SEBI, the regulator of mutual funds in India, formulated the Mutual Fund Regulation which is a comprehensive regulatory framework.

Deposit being available in the market[3] less than 10% of Indian households have invested in mutual funds.[citation needed] A recent report on Mutual Fund Investments in India published by research and analytics firm, Boston Analytics, suggests investors are holding back from putting their money into mutual funds due to their perceived high risk and a lack of information on how mutual funds work.[4] There are 46 Mutual Funds as of June 2013.

The primary reason for not investing appears to be correlated with city size. Among respondents with a high savings rate, close to 40% of those who live in metros and Tier I cities considered such investments to be very risky, whereas 33% of those in Tier II cities said they did not know how or where to invest in such assets.


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TET - 1 EXAM  2017 NOTIFICATION DECLARED.

TET - 1 EXAM  2017 NOTIFICATION DECLARED.

TET 1 OFFICIAL NOTIFICATION 2017 DECALRED BY STATE EXAMINATION BOARD GUAJRAT AT http://gujarat-education.gov.in/seb/index.htm

Gujarat School Examination Board (GSEB) holds Gujarat TET exam, and has invited Gujarat TET Application Form for this concern. This is a common TET 1/2 Exam, stands for teacher eligibility test for appointment of candidates to various primary and secondary teacher posts in different government and private educational institutions. All the candidates will able to fill Gujarat TET 2017 Application Form in the month of July 2017. Complete information about eligibility criteria, exam date etc about Gujarat TET has been given below.

Candidates who meet the eligibility criteria may fill the Gujarat TET exam online application form from the date as specified below on this page before the exam date. For more information regarding Gujarat TET 2017 you may visit the given advertisement which is equipped by the team of recruitmentresult.com.

Gujarat TET 1/2 Exam Structure:

The exam comprises of total 150 Multiple Choice Questions
Each question is of one Mark.
No negative marking will be done for wrong answer.
There are two sections in exam: HSC & PTC

How to fill Gujarat TET Application Form?

Candidates, who wish to fill the online application for teacher’s eligibility test conducted by Gujarat School Examination Board, need to first of all visit the official website that is ojas.guj.nic.in.
After that, aspirants need to move on to “TET Primary Teacher English / Hindi / Gujarati Medium” option.

TET 1 BHARTI 2017
TET 1 NOTIFICATION 2017
TET 1 MATERIALS
LOWER PRIMARY TET
TET 1 ONLINE APPLY

Now, select “Apply Now” tab for getting the online format of Application Form.
Fill Online Application Form with required information complete in all respect.
Upload your pass port size photograph, signature and pay requisite fee of application.
Press ‘submit’ tab for making final submission of application and get print out of application form for future reference.

Educational Qualification:

For Primary Teacher Post: Aspirant who will be applying for primary teacher posts must be holding 10+2 class with at least 45% Marks and also must have the 4 Years Elementary Education Diploma or Diploma in Education (B.EI.ED) 2 Years.

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Secondary & Higher secondary School Ma Computer Shikshako Ni Bharati Mate Ni layakat Ma sudahra Baabat No Paripatra.

Secondary & Higher secondary School Ma Computer Shikshako Ni Bharati Mate Ni layakat Ma sudahra Baabat No Paripatra.

The first introduction of a mutual fund in India occurred in 1963, when the Government of India launched Unit Trust of India (UTI).

UTI enjoyed a monopoly in the Indian mutual fund market until 1987, when a host of other government-controlled Indian financial companies established their own funds, including State Bank of India, Canara Bank, and Punjab National Bank. This market was made open to private players in 1993, as a result of the historic constitutional amendments brought forward by the then Congress-led government under the existing regime of Liberalization, Privatization and Globalization (LPG). The first private sector fund to operate in India was Kothari Pioneer, which later merged with Franklin Templeton. In 1996, SEBI, the regulator of mutual funds in India, formulated the Mutual Fund Regulation which is a comprehensive regulatory framework.

Deposit being available in the market[3] less than 10% of Indian households have invested in mutual funds.[citation needed] A recent report on Mutual Fund Investments in India published by research and analytics firm, Boston Analytics, suggests investors are holding back from putting their money into mutual funds due to their perceived high risk and a lack of information on how mutual funds work.[4] There are 46 Mutual Funds as of June 2013.

The primary reason for not investing appears to be correlated with city size. Among respondents with a high savings rate, close to 40% of those who live in metros and Tier I cities considered such investments to be very risky, whereas 33% of those in Tier II cities said they did not know how or where to invest in such assets.

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CHHOTAUDEPUR VACATION DARMIYAN CHUNTANI KAMGIRI SABAB TALIM MA SHIXAKO NE HAJAR RAKHVA BABAT PARIPATRA DATE - 10-10-2017.

The first introduction of a mutual fund in India occurred in 1963, when the Government of India launched Unit Trust of India (UTI).

UTI enjoyed a monopoly in the Indian mutual fund market until 1987, when a host of other government-controlled Indian financial companies established their own funds, including State Bank of India, Canara Bank, and Punjab National Bank. This market was made open to private players in 1993, as a result of the historic constitutional amendments brought forward by the then Congress-led government under the existing regime of Liberalization, Privatization and Globalization (LPG). The first private sector fund to operate in India was Kothari Pioneer, which later merged with Franklin Templeton. In 1996, SEBI, the regulator of mutual funds in India, formulated the Mutual Fund Regulation which is a comprehensive regulatory framework.

Deposit being available in the market[3] less than 10% of Indian households have invested in mutual funds.[citation needed] A recent report on Mutual Fund Investments in India published by research and analytics firm, Boston Analytics, suggests investors are holding back from putting their money into mutual funds due to their perceived high risk and a lack of information on how mutual funds work.[4] There are 46 Mutual Funds as of June 2013.

The primary reason for not investing appears to be correlated with city size. Among respondents with a high savings rate, close to 40% of those who live in metros and Tier I cities considered such investments to be very risky, whereas 33% of those in Tier II cities said they did not know how or where to invest in such assets.




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RAJKOT VACATION DARMIYAN CHUNTANI KAMGIRI SABAB SHIXAKO NE HAJAR RAKHVA BABAT PARIPATRA DATE - 9-10-2017.

RAJKOT VACATION DARMIYAN CHUNTANI KAMGIRI SABAB SHIXAKO NE HAJAR RAKHVA BABAT PARIPATRA DATE - 9-10-2017.

The first introduction of a mutual fund in India occurred in 1963, when the Government of India launched Unit Trust of India (UTI).

UTI enjoyed a monopoly in the Indian mutual fund market until 1987, when a host of other government-controlled Indian financial companies established their own funds, including State Bank of India, Canara Bank, and Punjab National Bank. This market was made open to private players in 1993, as a result of the historic constitutional amendments brought forward by the then Congress-led government under the existing regime of Liberalization, Privatization and Globalization (LPG). The first private sector fund to operate in India was Kothari Pioneer, which later merged with Franklin Templeton. In 1996, SEBI, the regulator of mutual funds in India, formulated the Mutual Fund Regulation which is a comprehensive regulatory framework.

Deposit being available in the market[3] less than 10% of Indian households have invested in mutual funds.[citation needed] A recent report on Mutual Fund Investments in India published by research and analytics firm, Boston Analytics, suggests investors are holding back from putting their money into mutual funds due to their perceived high risk and a lack of information on how mutual funds work.[4] There are 46 Mutual Funds as of June 2013.

The primary reason for not investing appears to be correlated with city size. Among respondents with a high savings rate, close to 40% of those who live in metros and Tier I cities considered such investments to be very risky, whereas 33% of those in Tier II cities said they did not know how or where to invest in such assets.

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October 11, 2017

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Lost Aadhaar Card Number Or Aadhaar Enrolment ID? How To Get It?

Lost Aadhaar Card Number Or Aadhaar Enrolment ID? How To Get It?

Aadhaar card comes with Unique Identification Number (UID), a 12-digit identity number also known as Aadhaar number issued by the UIDAI, printed on it. Aadhaar has been made mandatory for many essential tasks.

If you have lost your Aadhaar number, you can get it on your mobile. Aadhaar – a 12-digit identity number issued by the UIDAI or Unique Identification Authority of India – has now been made mandatory for many essential tasks. These include filing of income tax return (ITR) or applying for a Permanent Account Number (PAN). If you have misplaced your Aadhaar card or need the Aadhaar number or Unique Identification Number (UID), or can’t locate the Aadhaar enrolment ID (EID), you can actually request the UIDAI to send the information on your registered mobile number. The UIDAI has provided many online facilities on its website – uidai.gov.in. One of these facilities enables users to receive their Aadhaar number (given on the Aadhaar card) on their registered mobile number. This is the phone number fed into the UIDAI database while applying for Aadhaar.

How to receive Aadhaar card number on your mobile

This ‘Retrieve Lost UID/EID’ tool can be used to retrieve your Aadhaar number (UID) as well as Aadhaar enrolment ID (EID).

You can also access the ‘Retrieve Lost UID/EID’ tool by clicking here.

On the next page, make sure ‘Aadhaar Number’ is selected on the left side of the page for receiving your Aadhaar number on mobile.

Fill in the personal details as specified against the required fields. You need to give your name, the mobile number or email address registered with Aadhaar and the security code as displayed on the form. “Your registered Mobile Number / Email which you had provided at the time of enrolment is mandatory to retrieve your lost UID / EID,” according to the UIDAI website.

After entering these details, click on ‘Send One Time Password’ at the bottom of the form to proceed.

Upon a successful entry, the UIDAI facility sends an OTP or one-time password to the registered mobile number or email address.

Enter this OTP in the given field on the right hand side of the form and click on ‘Verify OTP’.

At the end of a successful entry, the UIDAI tool displays the message: “Congratulation! Your Aadhaar Number (UID) is sent to your Mobile.”

Check your mobile number for accessing your Aadhaar number.

Users also get an option of downloading the Aadhaar card in the digital form.

How to get Aadhaar enrolment ID (EID)

The ‘Receive Your Lost UID/EID’ also enables users to retrieve their Aadhaar enrolment number, also known as EID or enrolment ID. This facility is for Aadhaar applicants who are still awaiting their Aadhaar card.

Select ‘Enrolment Number (EID)’ option on the left side of the tool, fill in the required details such as name, phone number/email and the OTP. At the end of a successful submission, the UIDAI tool sends the enrolment ID to the user.

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The first introduction of a mutual fund in India occurred in 1963, when the Government of India launched Unit Trust of India (UTI).

UTI enjoyed a monopoly in the Indian mutual fund market until 1987, when a host of other government-controlled Indian financial companies established their own funds, including State Bank of India, Canara Bank, and Punjab National Bank. This market was made open to private players in 1993, as a result of the historic constitutional amendments brought forward by the then Congress-led government under the existing regime of Liberalization, Privatization and Globalization (LPG). The first private sector fund to operate in India was Kothari Pioneer, which later merged with Franklin Templeton. In 1996, SEBI, the regulator of mutual funds in India, formulated the Mutual Fund Regulation which is a comprehensive regulatory framework.

Deposit being available in the market[3] less than 10% of Indian households have invested in mutual funds.[citation needed] A recent report on Mutual Fund Investments in India published by research and analytics firm, Boston Analytics, suggests investors are holding back from putting their money into mutual funds due to their perceived high risk and a lack of information on how mutual funds work.[4] There are 46 Mutual Funds as of June 2013.

The primary reason for not investing appears to be correlated with city size. Among respondents with a high savings rate, close to 40% of those who live in metros and Tier I cities considered such investments to be very risky, whereas 33% of those in Tier II cities said they did not know how or where to invest in such assets.

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CRC/ BRC/BRP DWARA SHALA VARGKHAND AVLOKAN SANDRBHE KARYAVAHI BABAT NO 10/10/2017 NO PARIPATRA.

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October 10, 2017

JNVST Jawahar navodaya vidyalaya Admission 2017-18 at nvshq.org

JNVST Jawahar navodaya vidyalaya Admission 2017-18 at nvshq.org

Jawahar navodaya vidyalaya Admission 2017-18 JNVST 2018 STD 6 Admission Form nvshq.org

Jawahar navodaya vidyalaya Admission 2017-18 Jawahar Navodaya Vidyalaya Admission Form 2018-2019 for Class VI (6th) Available Shortly. Navodaya Vidaylaya Class 6th Admission Form 2018. Apply Online JNVST (Jawahar Navodaya Vidyalaya Selection Test) 2018-19 on the official website.
(JNVs) are a system of alternate schools for gifted students in India. They are run by Jawahar navodaya vidyalaya Admission Samiti, New Delhi, an autonomous organization under the Department of School Education and Literacy, Ministry of Human Resource Development, Government of India. JNVs are fully residential and co-educational schools affiliated to Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE), New Delhi, with classes from VI to XII standard. JNVs are specifically tasked with finding talented children in rural areas of India and providing them with an education equivalent to the best residential school system, without regard to their family’s socio-economic condition.

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Jawahar Navodaya Vidyalaya Admission Notice for Class 6th JNV Selection Test 2018 to be released shortly by Navodaya Vidyalaya Samiti for Session 2018-2019. At present in India are total 598 Schools (approx). Student’s admission in Navodaya Vidyalaya will be through Jawahar Navodaya Vidyalaya Selection Test (JNVST) at Class VI. Navodaya Vidyalaya is the one of the best schools in India.

JNV Class 6th Admission Form 2018 at nvshq.org.

Jawahar navodaya vidyalaya Admission Selection Test Result 2017 Declared by officials for admissions in VI standard. Students completed 5th class and decided to join in Jawahar Navodaya Vidhyalaya Samiti participated in JNVST 6th class entrance exam.

Education Qualification – Jawahar navodaya vidyalaya Admission 2017-18 JNVST 2018 STD 6 Admission nvshq.org

For Rural Candidates: Aspirants who belongs to Rural Area, he/she must have done Class III, IV, V from a recognized school which located in rural areas. 75% seats are reserved for rural area candidates in a district and remaining seats will be filled by Urban Candidates.
Candidates who are eligible, they can get the admission form or application from following places-

District Education Officer (DEO)
Principal of Jawahar Navodaya Vidyalaya
Block Education Officer (BEO)
Headmaster of any Government/ Govt. aided/ NIOS where he/she is studying.
Aspirants have to submit the application form in prescribed format means via offline mode to Block Education Officer (BEO) till to last date. After due date, applicant can submit the application for JNVST Entrance Exam 2018-19.

Important Dates of Jawahar navodaya vidyalaya Admission 2017-18 JNVST 2018 STD 6 Admission nvshq.org:

Official Notification Releasing Date – 25-09-2017
Starting Date to submit the Application Form – 25-09-2017
Last Date for submission of Application Form – 25-11-2017
Exam Dates :-10-02-2017
Result Dates:-April 2018

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October 9, 2017

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The first introduction of a mutual fund in India occurred in 1963, when the Government of India launched Unit Trust of India (UTI).

UTI enjoyed a monopoly in the Indian mutual fund market until 1987, when a host of other government-controlled Indian financial companies established their own funds, including State Bank of India, Canara Bank, and Punjab National Bank. This market was made open to private players in 1993, as a result of the historic constitutional amendments brought forward by the then Congress-led government under the existing regime of Liberalization, Privatization and Globalization (LPG). The first private sector fund to operate in India was Kothari Pioneer, which later merged with Franklin Templeton. In 1996, SEBI, the regulator of mutual funds in India, formulated the Mutual Fund Regulation which is a comprehensive regulatory framework.

Deposit being available in the market[3] less than 10% of Indian households have invested in mutual funds.[citation needed] A recent report on Mutual Fund Investments in India published by research and analytics firm, Boston Analytics, suggests investors are holding back from putting their money into mutual funds due to their perceived high risk and a lack of information on how mutual funds work.[4] There are 46 Mutual Funds as of June 2013.

The primary reason for not investing appears to be correlated with city size. Among respondents with a high savings rate, close to 40% of those who live in metros and Tier I cities considered such investments to be very risky, whereas 33% of those in Tier II cities said they did not know how or where to invest in such assets.

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HMAT Exam 2107 Provisional Answer Key Declared

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The first introduction of a mutual fund in India occurred in 1963, when the Government of India launched Unit Trust of India (UTI).

UTI enjoyed a monopoly in the Indian mutual fund market until 1987, when a host of other government-controlled Indian financial companies established their own funds, including State Bank of India, Canara Bank, and Punjab National Bank. This market was made open to private players in 1993, as a result of the historic constitutional amendments brought forward by the then Congress-led government under the existing regime of Liberalization, Privatization and Globalization (LPG). The first private sector fund to operate in India was Kothari Pioneer, which later merged with Franklin Templeton. In 1996, SEBI, the regulator of mutual funds in India, formulated the Mutual Fund Regulation which is a comprehensive regulatory framework.

Deposit being available in the market[3] less than 10% of Indian households have invested in mutual funds.[citation needed] A recent report on Mutual Fund Investments in India published by research and analytics firm, Boston Analytics, suggests investors are holding back from putting their money into mutual funds due to their perceived high risk and a lack of information on how mutual funds work.[4] There are 46 Mutual Funds as of June 2013.

The primary reason for not investing appears to be correlated with city size. Among respondents with a high savings rate, close to 40% of those who live in metros and Tier I cities considered such investments to be very risky, whereas 33% of those in Tier II cities said they did not know how or where to invest in such assets.

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October 8, 2017

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TODAY'S HMAT EXAM 2017 PAPER DOWNLOAD

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The first introduction of a mutual fund in India occurred in 1963, when the Government of India launched Unit Trust of India (UTI).

UTI enjoyed a monopoly in the Indian mutual fund market until 1987, when a host of other government-controlled Indian financial companies established their own funds, including State Bank of India, Canara Bank, and Punjab National Bank. This market was made open to private players in 1993, as a result of the historic constitutional amendments brought forward by the then Congress-led government under the existing regime of Liberalization, Privatization and Globalization (LPG). The first private sector fund to operate in India was Kothari Pioneer, which later merged with Franklin Templeton. In 1996, SEBI, the regulator of mutual funds in India, formulated the Mutual Fund Regulation which is a comprehensive regulatory framework.

Deposit being available in the market[3] less than 10% of Indian households have invested in mutual funds.[citation needed] A recent report on Mutual Fund Investments in India published by research and analytics firm, Boston Analytics, suggests investors are holding back from putting their money into mutual funds due to their perceived high risk and a lack of information on how mutual funds work.[4] There are 46 Mutual Funds as of June 2013.

The primary reason for not investing appears to be correlated with city size. Among respondents with a high savings rate, close to 40% of those who live in metros and Tier I cities considered such investments to be very risky, whereas 33% of those in Tier II cities said they did not know how or where to invest in such assets.



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October 7, 2017

BADLI CAMP VALA SIXAKO NE CHHUTA NA KARVA BABAT NIYAMAK NO LATEST PARIPATRA :- STAY ORDER.

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The first introduction of a mutual fund in India occurred in 1963, when the Government of India launched Unit Trust of India (UTI).

UTI enjoyed a monopoly in the Indian mutual fund market until 1987, when a host of other government-controlled Indian financial companies established their own funds, including State Bank of India, Canara Bank, and Punjab National Bank. This market was made open to private players in 1993, as a result of the historic constitutional amendments brought forward by the then Congress-led government under the existing regime of Liberalization, Privatization and Globalization (LPG). The first private sector fund to operate in India was Kothari Pioneer, which later merged with Franklin Templeton. In 1996, SEBI, the regulator of mutual funds in India, formulated the Mutual Fund Regulation which is a comprehensive regulatory framework.

Deposit being available in the market[3] less than 10% of Indian households have invested in mutual funds.[citation needed] A recent report on Mutual Fund Investments in India published by research and analytics firm, Boston Analytics, suggests investors are holding back from putting their money into mutual funds due to their perceived high risk and a lack of information on how mutual funds work.[4] There are 46 Mutual Funds as of June 2013.

The primary reason for not investing appears to be correlated with city size. Among respondents with a high savings rate, close to 40% of those who live in metros and Tier I cities considered such investments to be very risky, whereas 33% of those in Tier II cities said they did not know how or where to invest in such assets.


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VACATION SAMAY DARMIYAN ELECTION NI KAMGIRI SABAB KARMCHARIO NE HAJAR RAKHAVA BABAT LATEST CIRCULAR DATE- 7-10-17

VACATION SAMAY DARMIYAN ELECTION NI KAMGIRI SABAB KARMCHARIO NE HAJAR RAKHAVA BABAT LATEST CIRCULAR DATE- 7-10-17

The first introduction of a mutual fund in India occurred in 1963, when the Government of India launched Unit Trust of India (UTI).

UTI enjoyed a monopoly in the Indian mutual fund market until 1987, when a host of other government-controlled Indian financial companies established their own funds, including State Bank of India, Canara Bank, and Punjab National Bank. This market was made open to private players in 1993, as a result of the historic constitutional amendments brought forward by the then Congress-led government under the existing regime of Liberalization, Privatization and Globalization (LPG). The first private sector fund to operate in India was Kothari Pioneer, which later merged with Franklin Templeton. In 1996, SEBI, the regulator of mutual funds in India, formulated the Mutual Fund Regulation which is a comprehensive regulatory framework.

Deposit being available in the market[3] less than 10% of Indian households have invested in mutual funds.[citation needed] A recent report on Mutual Fund Investments in India published by research and analytics firm, Boston Analytics, suggests investors are holding back from putting their money into mutual funds due to their perceived high risk and a lack of information on how mutual funds work.[4] There are 46 Mutual Funds as of June 2013.

The primary reason for not investing appears to be correlated with city size. Among respondents with a high savings rate, close to 40% of those who live in metros and Tier I cities considered such investments to be very risky, whereas 33% of those in Tier II cities said they did not know how or where to invest in such assets.

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October 5, 2017

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