Wednesday, March 30, 2011

Western Railway Para Medical Posts Recruitment

Western Railway

Western Railway is Inviting Applications from Indian Citizens for recruiting following posts:

Vacancy Details : Total no. of posts: 19

Assistant Chemist: 01
Pharmacist: 06
Health & Malaria Inspectors: 12

Educational Qualification : 10+2/B.Sc/Diploma in Pharmacy

Age : 18-33 Yrs

Application Lastdate : Interested candidates can Walk-in-interview on 19-04-2011, 20-04-2011 and 26-04-2011

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Sunday, March 20, 2011

Indian Railway Catering and Tourism Corporation Limited Recruitment

Job Position:Executive Chef, Chef de Partie, Assistant Manager
Pay Scale:30000-75000
Eligibility :Degree in Hospitality, Hotel Management, BE/
Job Location:New Delhi
Last Date:31/3/2011

Job Details

Indian Railway Catering and Tourism Corporation Limited, a leading Mini Ratna Public Sector Undertaking under Ministry of Railways, invites applications for the following to be filled on contractual basis, for its forthcoming Food Factory in Noida:

1. Executive Chef

  • Number of vacancies : 01
  • Pay : Rs 75,000 & 10% annual increment (Consolidated)
  • Age Limit : 45 Years
  • Qualification:3 years Diploma/ Degree in Hospitality or Hotel Management from the institute.

2. Chef de Partie

  • Number of vacancies : 03
  • Pay : Rs 30,000 & 10% annual increment (Consolidated)
  • Age Limit : 35 Years
  • Qualification:3 years Diploma/ Degree in Hospitality or Hotel Management from a recognized institute.

3. Assistant Manager (Maintenance)

  • Number of vacancies : 01
  • Pay : Rs 50,000 & 10% annual increment (Consolidated)
  • Age Limit : 40 Years
  • Qualification:Diploma in Electrical Engineering from a recognized
    institute/ University as a regular course.

Type of appointment:On Contract Basis for 3 years.

SELECTION PROCEDURE: The selection for the post of Executive Chef/ Chef de parties/ Assistant Manager (Maintenance) will be on the basis of qualification, experience & performance of the candidate in the interview. Merely satisfying the eligibility norms do not entitle the candidate to be called for interview. IRCTC reserves the right to call only the requisite number of candidates for interview after preliminary screening/short listing with reference to the candidate’s qualification, suitability etc.

INTERVIEW : The interview of the short listed candidates will be held at Corporate office/IRCTC/New Delhi which would be intimated in due course.

LAST DATE : Application complete in all respects should reach the above address on or before 18:00hrs by 31.03.2011. The Application received after the last date will not be entertained.

INTIMATION FOR INTERVIEW : List of short listed candidates called for interview will be published in IRCTC website and will also be intimated on their e-mail/ by post.

HOW TO APPLY: The eligible candidates are required to submit their application in the prescribed format as per the specimen provided in this advertisement. Applications not as per the prescribed format will be summarily rejected. There is no objection for using printed application form as long as the format is exactly the same as published. Application duly complete in all respects should be sent by ordinary post in a cover super scribed “Application to the post of Executive Chef/ Chef De Parties/Asstt. Manager(Maintenance) (Post Code No. 001/002/003).

Northeast Frontier Railway Apprentices Recruitment

Northeast Frontier Railway
Job Position: Apprentices
Eligibility : Certificate Course (ITI)
Job Location: Assam
Last Date: 28 March 2011
Hiring Process: Face to Face Interview

Jobs Details:-

North frontier Railway, engagement of Apprentices

SI.No. 1
Name of trades: Fitter
No of posts: 16 (UR-9, SC-2, ST-1, OBC-4)

SI.No. 2
Name of trades: Turner
No of posts: 01 (UR)

SI.No. 3
Name of trades: Machinist
No of posts: 01 (UR)

SI.No. 4
Name of trades: Mech. Machine Tool Maintenance.
No of posts: 03 (UR-2, OBC-1)

SI.No. 5
Name of trades: Welder
No of posts: 06 (UR-3, SC-1, OBC-2)

SI.No. 6
Name of trades: Carpenter
No of posts: 03 (UR_2, OBC-1)

SI.No. 7
Name of trades: Painter General
No of posts: 03 (UR_2, OBC-1)

SI.No. 8
Name of trades: Electrician
No of posts: 02 (UR_1, OBC-1)

SI.No. 9
Name of trades: Tools & Die Maker
No of posts: 01 (UR)

SI.No. 10
Name of trades: Refrigerator & Air Conditioning Mechanic
No of posts: 01 (UR)

Qualification: Matriculation (Matriculate or 10th Class in 10+2 examination system) with minimum 50% marks and having I.T.I. certificate affiliated to NCVT compulsory in relevant trade.

Age Limit: 15-24 Yrs as on 01.01.2011 i.e. should not have been born earlier than 02.01.1987 and not later than 01.01.1996.

Processing Fee: (i) A Crossed Postal Order in favour of F.A. & C.A.O., N.F. Railway, Maligaon payable to GPO/ Guwahati for Rs. 40 as a processing fee which is not refundable/ transferable under any circumstances . The Postal Order purchased before the date of publication of this notice will not be valid or Demand Draft to be enclosed OR the examination fee shall be paid in the form of Account Payee Demand draft drawn from any Nationalized Bank in favour of FA &CAO, N.F.Railway and payable at Maligaon, SBI Branch. No Postal Order is required for SC/ ST/ PH candidates.

Selection Process: Engagement of Act Apprentices will be done only on the basis of marks obtained in the Matriculation Examination or 10th Class in the 10+2 Examination system and minimum marks of eligibility shall be kept at 50% in aggregate and having I.T.I. Certificate is compulsory. No extra weightage shall be granted to candidates having higher education. Candidates equal to 1.25 times of the number of slots for Act Apprentices shall be called for verification of original testimonials and their physical fitness.

How to apply:

The Application form (in duplicate ) & Call Letter as per format must be submitted in foolscap paper duly filled in all respect by the candidate in his own hand writing with ball point pen to be addressed to Assistant Personnel Officer(Workshop), N.F. Railway, New Bongaigaon C&W Workshop, Assam, PIN: 783 381 381 in close envelope enclosing 2 Self-addressed envelope of 11” X 5” with Postal Stamp of Rs. 5 (Exemption for SC/ST/PH Candidates). Last date is on 28th March 2011.

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Saturday, March 19, 2011


1. Which of the following is the largest producer of raw silk?

(1) Assam (2) Karnataka (3) Andhra Pradesh(4) Jammu & Kashmir


2. The Gandhara School of Sculpture was a blend of:

(1) Indian and Greek styles (2) Indian and Persian styles

(3) Purely Indian in origin (4) Indian and South East Asian style.


3. Which one of the following languages is used in Tripura?

(I) Hindi (2) Mizo (3) Khasi (4) Bengali


4. How many schedules are there in the Constitution of India?

(1) Eight (2)Ten

(3) Twelve (4) Fourteen


5. In which year was the Capital of Assam shifted to Dispur from Shillong ?

(1) 1974 (2)1978

(3) 1985 (4) 1960


6. Identify the man-made element:

(1) Carbon (2) Gold

(3) Californium (4) Calcium


7. A man- borrows Rs. 200 at 5% compound interest. At the end of each year he pays back Rs. 50. At the end of 4 years he owes:

(1) Rs. 27.59 (2) Rs. 28.10.

(3) Rs. 27.81 (4) Rs. 28.14.


8. The three temples, the Shivadol, the Vishnudol and the Devldol are situated at which place of Assam?

(1) Silghat (2) Sibsagar (3)Sadiya (4)Sarthebari


9. Which of the following has the jurisdiction to hear about Fundamental Rights ?

(1) Supreme Court (2) High court

(3) Subordinate Court

(4) None of these


10. Solar eclipse, occurs when

(1) Moon comes between the Sun and the Earth.

(2) The Sun comes between the Earth and moon.

(3) The Earth comes between the Sun and moon,

(4) None of these.


11. What was the main occupation of the early Aryans in Rig Vedic period?

(1 ) Sculpture

(2) Animal husbandry

(3) Agriculture (4) Trade


12. Which of the following is correctly matched?

(1) Goitre is caused due to deficiency. of— Vitamin D.

(2) Diabetes Is caused due to deficiency of — insulin

(3) Rickets is caused due to deficiency of – Vitamin A

(4) Night blindness is caused due to deficiency of— Iodine


13. Six coins of gold and silver of equal weights are melted and new coins are cast. The ratio of gold and silver in one of the coins is 2: 1, in another two coins 3 : 5 and 7:5 In the remaining corns. What will be the ratio between gold and silver respectively in the new coins?’

(1) l2:11 (2)1:1 (3) 19: 17 (4) 42 : 25


14. Which of the following does not contain carbohydrate?

(1) Potato (2) Maize (3) Banana (4) Pea


15, Where is Namdafa Wild life Sanctuary located which is full of flora, fauna and avian with surprising dangers?

(1) Meghalaya (2) Mizoram (3) Nagaland

(4) Arunachal Pradesh


16. The largest river island in the world. Majuli is located, in which of the following districts of Assam?

(1) Jorht (2) Dibrugarh

(3) Dhemaji (4) Tinsukia


17. A person cannot see an object placed at a distance’ of less than

25 cm. The person suffers from.

(1) Astigmatism

(2) Myopia

(3) Longsighted ness

(4) None of these


18. In photosynthesis light

(1) Is converted into kinetic energy

(2) Is converted into chemical energy

(3) Does not react with CO2 add water directly

(4) Acts as a catalyst -.


19. Gandhiji gave the call “Do or Die” during

(1) Non-Cooperation Movement

(2) Civil Disobedience Movement

(3) Quit India Movement

(4) Industrial Satyagraha


20. A black body emits

(1) Radiations of all wavelengths.

(2) No radiation.

(3) Radiation of one wavelength.

(4) Radiation of long wavelength .


21. The depth of seals measured in:

(1) Feet (2) fathom (3) nautical (4) mile


22. Erie silk is produced by Philosemia Resina silk worm.The worm is cultured in the plant of:

(1) castor (2)oak

(3) papaya (4) silk cotton.


23. Which of the following rights is a political right?

(1)the right to be elected

(2) The right to life

(3) The right to have education

(4) The right to form association


24. Which of the following two places are connected by the road in India, which is constructed on the highest altitude in the world?

(1) Leh and Manali (2) Jammu and Srinagar (3) Sikkim and Darjeeling (4) Srinagar and Leh


25. Which part of the camera is equivalent to the retina of human eye?

(1) Lens, (2) Film

(3) Aperture (4) Shutter


26. The largest island of the Asian Continent is:

(1) Indonesia (2) Borneo

(3) Sri Lanka (4) Myanmar


27. When one ascends in the atmosphere the air becomes—-gradually.

(1) Rarer (2) dense

(3) Hot (4) obvious’


28. During respiration carbohydrate is disintegrated into:

(1) Glycogen

(2) Carbon dioxide and water

(3) Oxygen and Carbon dioxide

(4) Glucose


29. When the door of refrigerator is opened in a closed room, then:

(1) Room turns to be cooler

(2) The temperature of room falls

(3) The temperature of room is not affected

(4) The room becomes hotter gradually


30. Who is called the First Citizen of India?

(1) President of India

(2) Prime Minister of India

(3) Mahatma Gandhi (4) Dr. BR Ambedkar


31. Panini was a famous scholar of:

(1) Language and grammar

(2) Ayurveda

(3) Astronomy (4) Biology


32. Which of the following is not a mineral?

(1) Slate (2) Limestone

(3) Coal (4) Calcite


33.The state -of rising prices due to an enhancement in the quantity of money in circulation, termed as:

(1) Inflation

(2) Deflation -

(3) Demonetization

(4) Devaluation


34. Name the minerals that are essential for hone and teeth formation in human:

(1) Calcium-and Phosphorus (2) Magnesium and Potassium

(3) Sodium and Iron (4) Iodine and Sulphur


35. Ripe mangoes contains:

(1) Vitamin A (2) Vitamin B (3) Vitamin C (4) Vitamin E


36. In which one of the following places, the boiling point of water is the highest?

(1) Dead Sea (2) Mt. Everest (3) Nile Delta (4) Sunder ban Delta


37. The primary colours used in a colour TV are: -

(I) Green, Yellow, Violet

(2) Violet, Red, Orange

(3) Blue, Green, Red

(4) Blue, Green, Violet


38. Which one of the following is not a Fundamental Right guaranteed by the Indian Constitution?

(1) Freedom to manage religious- affairs.

(2) Free and compulsory education up to primary stage.

(3) Prohibition of employment of children in factories.

(4) freedom to propagate religion.


39. The chief merit of a federal government is that It:

(1) Ensures a strong government at the centre

(2) Integrates national unity with regional autonomy

(3) Keeps a check on the multiparty Systems

(4) Is very less expensive


40. The First Assamese to become the President of India was-:

(1) Satyeda Anowara Talmur.

(2) Gopinath Bordoloi .

(3) Fakaruddln Ali Ahmed.

(4) Syed Abdul Malik .


41. Match List – I with List — II and select the correct answer using the codes given below the lists: List—I

a. Amjad Ali Khan

b.Ali Hussain

c.Hari Prasad Chaurasia

d. Alla Rakha


1. Flute

2. Sarod

3. Tabla

4. Shehnai


A b e d

(1)2 1 3 4

(2)4 2 1 3

(3)2 4 1 3

(4)1 2 3. 4


42. A dentist’s mirror is a:

(1) Cylindrical mirror (2) plane mirror

(3) Convex mirror (4) concave mirror


Friday, March 18, 2011


1. Destination India&conference on commerce and trade was
organised at:

(a) Zurich (b) Bangalore (c) Singapore (d) Tokyo

2. According to a survey by Associated Chambers of Commerce and Industry
which of the following countries tops the list on labour productivity:

(a) India (b) Luxembourg (c) Belgium (d) France

3. India s first Asset Reconstruction Company s road map was prepared by

( a) SBI (b) IDBI (c) ICICI (d) HDFC

4. Which of the following country is the new member of International Coffee

(a) India (b) Sri Lanka (c) Kenya (d) Vietnam

5. Who among the following headed the Indo-UK Round Table conference held at
London to strengthen bilateral ties between the two countries?

(a) Swaraj Paul (b) Jaswant Singh(c) K.C. Pant (d) Yashwant Sinha

6. Diva a specially ! ! designed women s international credit
card has been launched by:

(a) Federal Bank (b) Standard Chartered Bank(c) Dresdner Bank (d) ABN-Amro Bank

7. Richard Grasso is the head of:

(a) NASDAQ(b) London Stock Exchange(c) New York Stock Exchange(d) Dubai Stock

8. Indiva is the multipurpose vehicle, launched by____at the
international motorshow in Geneva.

(a) TELCO (b) BAJAJ and SIL (c) LML (d) HONDA

9. Match the following Company/organisation Chief Executive Officer

I. General Electricals A. Harvey Pitt

II. Star Alliance B. S. Devarajah

III.Securities and C. Jeff Immelt Exchange Commission D. Cheong Choong Kong

IV.Manufacturer s Association of Information Technology


(a) A B C D(b) B A C D(c) C D B A(d) D C A B

10. Nokia Corporation, the leading mobile phone makers is a___based company.

(a) USA (b) Japan (c) Philippines (d) Finland! !

11. ICENET is the network connecting the offices of the:

(a) Central Board of Excise and Customs(b) State Bank of India(c) Human Resource
Ministry(d) External Affairs Ministry

12. Geographical Information System Software known as Gram Chitra
was unveiled by:

(a) C-DAC (b) Media Labs Asia(c) Satyam Infoway (d) Honda

13. The Kofi Annan Institute for IT Excellence, has been set by India at____:

(a) Kenya (b) Guatemala (c) Ghana (d) Durban

14. India s first Defence Intelligence Agency became operational in___2002.

(a) June (b) March (c) April (d) May

15. The first hydel project in Andaman and Nicobar islands has been
commissioned by:

(a) NHPC (b) Dabhol Power Corporation(c) BHEL (d) NTPC

16. First Indian Laboratory (and India to be the 26th country) to be
accredited by the College of American Pathology is:

(a) Cipla lab (b) Speciality Ranbaxy Ltd(c) Zydu! ! s Cadila Ltd (d) Sun Pharma

17. Smart Kid Insurance policy has been launched for students by:

(a) Tata-AIG (b) SBI-Cardif(c) ICICI Prudential (d) LICI

18. Who among the following has been appointed as the chairman of Central
Electricity Authority:

(a) J.L. Bajaj (b) H.L. Bajaj(c) Y.N. Prasad (d) J.L. Raina

19. Chilka Development Authority, the first organisation in the Asian
subcontinent to receive Ramsar Wetland Conservation Award for the year 2002 is

(a) Kerala (b) Orissa (c) Assam (d) Uttaranchal

20. The chief architect of Ganga Action Plan, an environmentalist and
recipient of various awards died recently. Name him.

(a) Md. Bazzi (b) Arshad-uz-Zaman(c) Dr T.N. Khoshro (d) George Soros

21. CBE-2002 a NATO exercise by Canada, Greece, Hungary, Turkey, UK and US
was launched in____, for NATO peace programme.

(a) Georgia (b) Angola (c) Durban (d) Ireland

22. 2002 MN is the name of:

(a) Supercomputer (b) Asteroid(c) Spacecraft (d) Star

23. Orange Prize is given in the field of:

(a) literature (b) sports (c) medicine (d) acting

24. In the global tea production, India accounts for____per cent of tea

(a) 27 (b) 26.7 (c) 24.3 (d) 27.7

25. USA has signed a legislation to protect the country from biological
terrorist attack worth:

(a) $ 4.6 billion (b) $ 6 billion(c) $ 7 billion (d) $ 8 billion

26. World day to combat desertification and drought is observed on:

(a) June 17 (b) June 20 (c) April 17 (d) July 20

27. Name the robot spacecraft, launched by NASA to observe frozen core of

(a) Contour (b) Odyssey (c) Dumar (d) Columbia

28. Blue Ocean, the World s most powerful Supercomputer, is specifically
designed for:

(a) NASA(b) US Naval Oceanographic office(c) US Federal Reserve Bank(d) US
Intelligence Agency

29. To review the disclosure and investor protection guidelines, a committee
was constituted by SEBI under:

(a) T.N. Chaturvedi (b) A.K. Basu(c) N.J. Reddy (d) Y.H. Malegam

30. First State to introduce a life insurance scheme covering 1.2 crore
students and three lakh teachers is:

(a) Karnataka (b) Madhya Pradesh(c) Maharashtra (d) Rajasthan

31. Hrithik Roshan has turned down an offer to act in the Warner Brother s
film,____due to unavailability of dates.

(a) Escape from Taliban(b) Hamlet(c) Three Wall(d) Hey Ram! Genocide in the land
of Gandhi

32. The Shade of Swords” is a book written by:

(a) M.J. Akbar (b) Manil Suri(c) Urmila Lanba! ! (d) Vasant Potdar

33. India s first Jan Shatabdi Express between Mumbai-Goa was commenced on:

(a) April 16, 2002 (b) April 20, 2002(c) June 20, 2002 (d) June 16, 2002

34. Who among the following has been appointed as the chairman of IIM

(a) Y.C. Deveshwar (b) N.R. Narayana Murthy(c) Sanjiv Gupta (d) M. Damodaran

35. Automobile Industry s man of the year 2002 is:

(a) Carlos Ghoshn (Japan) (b) Dr Mark Faber(c) Dr Doom (d) Lious Haochuang

36. Who among the following has been named as the White Lightning in the

(a) Adam Parore (New Zealand)(b) Allan Donald (South Africa)(c) Ben Hollioake (Australia)(d)
Dion Nash (New Zealand)

37. Which Indian cricketer has bagged a deal with ESPN?

(a) Md Kaif (b) Yuvraj(c) Sachin Tendulkar (d) Anil Kumble

38. Who among the following is the official sponsors of the Indian team at
the Asian Games to be held ! ! in Busan, South Korea?

(a) Phillips (b) Sahara (c) LG (d) Samsung

39. 24 Brand Mantras is a book written by:

(a) Bimal Chowdhary (b) Shiv Khera(c) Arindam R. Chowdhary (d) Jagdeep Kapoor

40. Ist developing country in the world to make use of fire optics technology

(a) China (b) Japan (c) India (d) Vietnam

41. Defence Research and Development Organisation was formed in the year:

(a) 1980 (b) 1958 (c) 1956 (d) 1975

42. Who among the following has been appointed as the President of the
flagship channel Zee TV:

(a) Apurva Purohit (b) Pritish Nandi(c) Jitendra K. Singh (d) Raghu Rai

43. India s first commercially manufactured sports car is:

(a) Reeva (b) Indigo (c) Sedan (d) Fibro

44. How many new railway zones have been notified by the Railway Ministry in
July 2002:

(a) 10 (b) 8 (c) 14 (d) 5

45. Name the quarterly magazine, launched by The Time Grou! ! p.

(a) Bindia (b) b-drive(c) (d) none of these

46. According to Economic Intelligence Unit, maximum amount of FDI is
received by:

(a) India (b) China (c) South Korea (d) Brazil

47. European Union Summit was held in Slovenia at:

(a) Bled (b) Geory (c) Repti (d) Ottowom

48. Transport Research and Injury Prevention Programme was awarded the
Stockholm award and is unveiled by:

(a) IIT, Kanpur (b) IIT, Delhi(c) IIT, Kharagpur (d) IIT, Chennai

49. Alvaro Silva Calderon was appointed as the Secretary General of:

(a) OPEC (b) FIEO (c) NACO (d) AIMPLB

50. ASEAN was set up in the year:

(a) 1985 (b) 1975 (c) 1967 (d) 1958


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