Andhra Pradesh Public Service Commission (PSC AP) Recruitment Assistant Executive Engineers : Last Date-24 Dec 2018

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Andhra Pradesh Public Service Commission (PSC AP) invites application for Recruitment of 309 Assistant Executive Engineers


Last Date 24 Dec 2018
Location Andhra Pradesh

 


Job Details

Carried forward (cf) vacancies

Name of the Department Total
AEE (Civil) in AP Rural Water Supply and sanitation Dept., 78
AEE (Civil) in Roads & Buildings Engineering Service 33
AEE (Electrical) in Roads & Buildings Engg. Service. 04
AEE (Civil) in A.P. Water Resources Department. 19
AEE (Mech) in A.P. Water Resources Department. 02
AEE (Civil / Mech) in A.P Panchayat Raj & RD Engineering Service. 03
AEE (Civil / Mech) in A.P Tribal Welfare Engineering Department. 03
AEE (Civil) in A.P Public Health & Municipal Engineering Department. 02
Total Carried Forward vacancies 144

Fresh vacancies

Name of the Department Total
AEE (Civil) in AP Rural Water Supply and sanitation Dept., 58
AEE (Civil) in Roads & Buildings Engineering Service 25
AEE (Electrical) in Roads & Buildings Engg. Service.
AEE (Civil) in A.P. Water Resources Department. 45
AEE (Mech) in A.P. Water Resources Department. 05
AEE (Civil / Mech) in A.P Panchayat Raj & RD Engineering Service. 32
AEE (Civil / Mech) in A.P Tribal Welfare Engineering Department.
AEE (Civil) in A.P Public Health & Municipal Engineering Department.
Total Fresh vacancies 165

Educational Qualifications

Name of the Post Educational Qualifications
Assistant Executive Engineers (Civil) in AP Rural Water Supply and sanitation Department. Must possess a Bachelors Degree in Civil Engineering of  a University 
Assistant Executive Engineers (Civil) in Roads & Buildings Engineering Service. Must possess a Bachelor’s Degree in Civil Engineering of  a University  
Assistant Executive Engineers (Electrical) in Roads & Buildings Engg. Service. Must possess a Bachelors Degree in Electrical Engineering of  a University
Assistant Executive Engineers (Civil) in A.P. Water Resources Department. Must possess a Bachelor’s Degree in Civil Engineering of  a University
Assistant Executive Engineers (Mech) in A.P. Water Resources Department. Must possess a Bachelor’s Degree in Mechanical Engineering
Assistant Executive Engineers (Civil / Mech) in A.P Panchayat Raj Engineering Service. Must possess a Bachelor’s Degree in Civil or Mechanical Engineering
Assistant Executive Engineers (Civil / Mech) in A.P Tribal Welfare Engineering Department. Must be a Graduate in Engineering (Civil / Mechanical)
Assistant Executive Engineers (Civil) in A.P Public Health & Municipal Engineering Department. Must possess a Bachelor’s Degree in Civil Engineering

Age Limit : No person shall be eligible for direct recruitment if he/she is less than 18 years  of age and if he/she is more than 42 years of age as on 01/07/2018


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President of India Inaugurates 13th Edition Of CII Agro Tech India – 2018

 

President of India Inaugurates 13th Edition Of CII Agro Tech India – 2018

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The President of India, Shri Ram Nath Kovind, inaugurated the 13th edition of CII Agro Tech India-2018 today (December 1, 2018) in Chandigarh.

Speaking on the occasion, the President said that Indian agriculture needs a renewal of its marriage with contemporary technology; protection against climate change, price fluctuations and demand shocks; and sustained investment by and partnership with business. Together these will enhance agricultural value and competitiveness – as well as lead to better incomes.

Today a strong relationship is emerging between agriculture and the services sector. Biotechnology, nanotechnology, data science, remote-sensing imaging, autonomous aerial and ground vehicles, and artificial intelligence hold the key to generating more value for agriculture. He expressed confidence that Agro Tech India-2018 will promote specific partnerships that will benefit India’s farmers.

Pointing to the issue of pollution due to stubble burning, the President said that the farmers of Punjab and Haryana are a matter of pride for our country. They have never shied away from a challenge and a responsibility to larger society. Today we are facing a problem related to disposal of crop residue and of safe and clean removal of husk or stubble. In an extreme form, the burning of such items is leading to pollution that affects even little children. It is for all of us, including the state governments, the skilled and large-hearted farmers, and other stakeholders, to come up with a solution. And no doubt technology will help us find a solution.

Australia Become 1st Country To Recognise ‘Orphanage Trafficking’ As Slavery

 

Australia Become 1st Country To Recognise ‘Orphanage Trafficking’ As Slavery

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Australia has become the first country in the world to recognise orphanage trafficking as a form of modern-day slavery.

The legislation forms part of a wider drive to stop Australians taking part in “voluntourism” schemes which harm rather than help the children.

It is estimated 80% of children living in the world’s orphanages have at least one living parent.

In many cases, they have been lured to the orphanages to attract volunteers.

It is estimated that around 80 percent of the eight million children in orphanages worldwide have parents or family who could take care of them.

Sometimes children are sent away, with their parents believing they will get a good education.

According to Save the Children, more than 50 percent of Australian universities advertised orphanage placements as a volunteering opportunity overseas.

Activists hope the legal change will cause Australians to more carefully vet where they volunteer overseas.

PSLV-C43 successfully launches earth observation satellite HysIS and 30 foreign satellites

 

PSLV-C43 successfully launches earth observation satellite HysIS and 30 foreign satellites

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The Indian Space Research Organisation’s (ISRO) Polar Satellite Launch Vehicle (PSLV-C43) successfully launched 31 satellites from Satish Dhawan Space Centre (SDSC) today in Sriharikota.

The PSLV-C43 lifted off at 9:57:30 (IST) from the First Launch Pad and injected India’s Hyper-Spectral Imaging Satellite (HysIS) into a 645 km sun-synchronous polar orbit 17 minutes and 19 seconds after the lift-off. Later, 30 foreign satellites were injected into their intended orbit after restarting the vehicle’s fourth stage engines twice. The last satellite was injected into its designated orbit 1 hour and 49 minutes after the lift-off.

After separation, the two solar arrays of HysIS were deployed automatically and the ISRO Telemetry Tracking and Command Network at Bengaluru gained control of the satellite. The satellite will be brought to its final operational configuration in the next few days.

HysIS is an earth observation satellite built around ISRO’s Mini Satellite2 (IMS-2) bus weighing about 380kg. The mission life of the satellite is five years.

The primary goal of HysIS is to study the earth’s surface in both the visible, near infrared and shortwave infrared regions of the electromagnetic spectrum. Data from the satellite will be used for a wide range of applications including agriculture, forestry, soil/geological environments, coastal zones and inland waters, etc. HysIS had the company of one micro and 29 nano-satellites from eight countries, including Australia (1), Canada (1), Columbia (1), Finland (1), Malaysia (1), Netherlands (1), Spain (1) and USA (23). The total weight of these satellites was about 261.50 kg. Satellites from Australia, Columbia, Malaysia and Spain were flown aboard PSLV for the first time. These foreign satellites launched are part of commercial arrangements between Antrix Corporation Limited and customers.

PSLV is a four stage launch vehicle with a large solid rocket motor forming the first stage, an earth storable liquid stage as the second stage, a high performance solid rocket motor as third stage and a liquid stage with engines as fourth stage.

India to Chair Kimberley Process Certification Scheme from January 2018

 

India to Chair Kimberley Process Certification Scheme from January 2018

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The Kimberley Process Certification Scheme (KPCS) Plenary 2018, was held in Brussels, Belgium, from 12th-16thNovember 2018.EU handed over the Chairmanship of KPCS to India from 1st January, 2019.

On the concluding day of the Plenary, Ms. Federica Mogherini, High representative for Foreign Affairs and Security policy, Vice- President of the European Commission,in the closing ceremony, handed over KPCS Chairmanship to India, from 2019, by passing on the gavel to Commerce Secretary, Dr. AnupWadhawan.

On the sidelines of the Plenary, Chair of Working Groups conducted meetings to discuss some key issues like KP statistics and confidentiality, synthetic diamonds and separate HS code for synthetic rough diamonds, issues relating to review visit and review mission and the issue of Central African Republic (CAR).

The 4-day Plenary also witnessed discussion on environmental challenges in diamond mining and industry responsibility.

During the Plenary session, India held bilateral meetings with Botswana, USA, Russian Federation & World Diamond Council to discuss on various issues related to KPCS and its working groups.          

India is the founding member of KPCS and is actively involved in KP activities to ensure that almost 99% of the diamond trade in the world is conflict free. Indiais committed to maintain KP as an efficient and effective process in order to ensure the conflict diamond free status. India is at the forefront in addressing the issue of differentiation between Natural Diamonds and Lab Grown Diamonds and ensure responsible business in this area.

India chaired the Ad hoc Committee on Review and Reform (AHCRR).

The AHCRR held one joint session with Chairs of other Working Groups and 4 sessions with AHCRR committee members to discuss the issue of funding of Permanent Secretariat (PS), Multi Donor Trust Fund (MDTF), peer review mechanism and consolidation to the core document.

This year was the fifteenth anniversary of KPCS. Since its launch in 2003, the Kimberley Process has contributed towards peace, security and prosperity. It has proven to be an effective multilateral tool for conflict prevention in stemming the flow of conflict diamonds. The Kimberley Process has made valuable developmental impact in improving the lives of most people dependent on the trade in diamonds.

The next Intersessional session is slated to be held in India as Chair. Botswana and the Russian Federation will serve as Vice-Chair during the period of 2019-2020.

Himachal Pradesh first state to launch single emergency number ‘112’

 

Himachal Pradesh first state to launch single emergency number ‘112’

Himachal Pradesh on Wednesday became the first state to launch a pan-India single emergency number ‘112’ where all kinds of immediate help can be sought in urgent matters.

Under this project, an Emergency Response Centre (ERC) has been established in Shimla along with 12 district command centres (DCCs), covering the entire state, a Home Ministry statement said.

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“The ERC has been integrated with police (100), fire (101), health (108) and women helpline (1090) services to provide emergency services via single emergency number 112,” said a Union Home Ministry statement.

The service is part of the Emergency Response Support System (ERSS) which includes a ‘112 India’ mobile app integrated with panic button of smartphones and ERSS state website for ease of citizen in availing immediate assistance.

“Ensuring safety of women, a ‘SHOUT’ feature has been introduced in ‘112 India’ mobile app to seek immediate assistance from registered volunteers in the vicinity apart from the immediate assistance from ERC. The SHOUT feature is exclusively available to women. To increase the effectiveness of emergency response, the ERC has also been integrated with location-based services provided by telecom service providers,” the statement read.

 

Ex-diplomat Zurabishvili elected Georgia’s first woman president

 

Ex-diplomat Zurabishvili elected Georgia’s first woman president

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Georgia’s newly elected President Salome Zurabishvili on Thursday (Nov 29) hailed her victory as a step forward for women and a move closer to Europe for the ex-Soviet republic.

With all votes counted, the country’s election commission said the French-born ex-diplomat, backed by the ruling Georgian Dream party, had taken 59.52 per cent of the second-round vote.

Her rival Grigol Vashadze, from an alliance of 11 opposition parties led by exiled ex-president Mikheil Saakashvili’s United National Movement (UNM), took 40.48 per cent.

The election was seen as a test of Georgia’s democratic credentials as the Caucasus nation seeks European Union and NATO membership.

It was also a trial run for more important parliamentary elections in 2020, when the ruling Georgian Dream party is set to face off against a range of opposition parties.

Georgian Dream — the creation of billionaire tycoon Bidzina Ivanishvili, who many see as the country’s de facto ruler — backed Zurabishvili in the presidential vote.

 

South Asia Youth Peace Conference held in New Delhi

 

South Asia Youth Peace Conference held in New Delhi

Gandhi Smriti and Darshan Samiti (GSDS), functioning under Ministry of Culture, Government of India will be organising a 3 day ‘South Asia Regional Youth Peace Conference’ in partnership with UNESCO- MGIEP and Standing Together to Enable Peace from November 28-30, 2018. The conference will be held at Gandhi Darshan, Rajghat, Delhi, India. The conference is being organized to mark the beginning of celebration of 150th birth anniversary of Mahatma Gandhi.

Shri Shrikrishna G Kulkarni, great grandson of Mahatma Gandhi and member of Government of India’s Committee to celebrate 150th birth anniversary of Father of the Nation will be the Chief Guest in the Inaugural Session which will start at 5.30 p.m. in Gandhi Darshan, Rajghat, tomorrow.

This conference focuses on building a network for young leaders from South Asian countries working on various social issues, to identify avenues for partnership and collaboration, support and show solidarity towards each other’s initiatives, nurture relationships and promote global citizenship to work towards achieving the UN Sustainable Development Goals. The thematic thrust areas include Gender; Interfaith issues; Food Security in the context of Gandhian vision of village economy; Digital Media; Arts, Democracy and Dialogue. An action plan in the form of Declaration will be developed at the end of the three-day conference.

Youth  from different South Asian countries and various parts of India are expected to be participate in the Event.

Cope India 2019: India, US air exercise to be held in West Bengal

 

Cope India 2019: India, US air exercise to be held in West Bengal

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The air force units of the US and India are going to participate in Exercise COPE INDIA 2019 (CI19), a bilateral flying training programme, next month at two crucial airbases in West Bengal: Air Force Station Kalaikunda in West Midnapore and Air Force Station Arjan Singh at Panagarh in Burdwan.

The exercise will be held from December 3 to 14.

While Air Force Station Kalaikunda is an important training air base for the IAF, Air Force Station Arjan Singh at Panagarh has the second squadron of the C130J Super Hercules aircraft. The first squadron of the C130J Super Hercules is based at Hindon.

COPE INDIA began in 2004 as a fighter training exercise held at Air Force Station Gwalior. The exercise included flight tests, practice and demonstrations as well as lectures on subjects related to aviation. The exercise has evolved to incorporate subject matter expert exchanges, air mobility training, airdrop training and large-force exercises, in addition to fighter-training exercises. The exercise was last held in 2010.

Around 200 US airmen with 15 aircraft from the 18th Wing at Kadena Air Base in Japan and 182 Airlift Wing of the Illinois Air National Guard will participate in CI19 alongside their IAF counterparts.

India & UK begin exercise KONKAN-18 at Goa

 

India & UK begin exercise KONKAN-18 at Goa

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Naval cooperation between India and the United Kingdom is based on the long term strategic relationship between both countries. Both Navies have, over the years, undertaken bilateral activities such as training exchanges and technical cooperation. The Bilateral KONKAN exercise provides a platform for the two Navies to periodically exercise at sea and in harbour, so as to build interoperability and share best practices.

The KONKAN series of exercises commenced in 2004, and since then has grown in scale. KONKAN-2018 will be conducted from 28 Nov to 06 Dec 18 off Goa with units participating from both navies. The harbour phase is scheduled from 28 Nov to 30 Nov 18, followed by the sea phase from 02 to 06 Dec 18. The Royal Navy will be represented by HMS Dragon, a Type 45 Class Destroyer equipped with an integral Wildcat helicopter. The Indian Navy will field INS Kolkata, the first ship of latest Kolkata class destroyers, equipped with integral Seaking and an IN submarine. In addition, IN maritime patrol aircraft, Dornier will also participate in the exercise.

The exercise is aimed at deriving mutual benefit from each others’ experiences and is indicative of the continuing cooperation between the two countries. The inter-operability achieved over the years as a result of such exercises has proved to be operationally beneficial to both navies. The naval cooperation is a tangible symbol of the commitment of both nations in ensuring a positive climate at sea for enhancing strategic stability and promoting economic prosperity.

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