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Tuesday, 27 September 2016

Rohit Ranjan

HPPSC Declared Judicial Service (Preliminary) Examination-2016-II Result : View Here


Himachal Pradesh Public Service Commission today declared the result of Himachal Pradesh Judicial Service (Preliminary) Examination-2016 held on 04.09.2016 at 09 Examination Centers at Shimla and Dharamshala for filling up 07 posts of Civil Judge (Junior Division . 148 candidates with following Roll Numbers have been declared qualified and are eligible for appearing in the Himachal Pradesh Judicial Service (Main) Examination-2016 w.e.f. October 22, 2016 to October 26, 2016:-

100008 100012 100052 100063 100100 100105 100137 100145 100192 100249 100258 100263 100278 100289 100300 100328 100338 100350 100406 100411 100423 100437 100485 100502 100503 100534 100535 100553 100558 100594 100618 100619 100621 100648 100661 100678 100705 100717 100741 100748 100850 100854 100886 100887 100888 100896 100902 100905 100923 100944 100945 100946 100962 100966 100971 100972 101016 101057 101072 101079 101121 101154 101168 101213 101214 101217 101221 101246 101256 101286 101288 101294 101322 101336 101347 101378 101379 101387 101407 101430 101476 101487 101488 101565 101593 101626 101636 101708 101783 101787 101825 101832 101846 101871 101897 101907 101929 101934 101955 101959 200004 200013 200049 200072 200083 200088 200096 200099 200106 200125 200130 200132 200138 200179 200184 200197 200202 200208 200229 200247 200281 200287 200293 200307 200309 200318 200326 200328 200343 200351 200357 200374 200398 200401 200424 200435 200447 200484 200490 200500 200501 200508 200510 200530 200544 200553 200559 200562

All the qualified candidates are advised to be present in the Examination Hall No-I of Himachal Pradesh Public Service Commission Nigam Vihar Shimla-171002 for the H.P. judicial Service, (Main Examination)-2016 as per time table given below. All the qualified candidates must reach the venue of Examination at least 30 minutes before the commencement of examination along with one latest passport size photograph. The candidates may also note that no separate intimation will be sent to them. It is further made clear that in case of any clarification, the candidates may contact the office of H.P. Public Service Commission on any working day from 10.00 AM to 5.00 PM on toll free number 18001808004.



Monday, 26 September 2016

Rohit Ranjan

HP High Court Recruitment for Clerk, Computer Operator and More: Last Date: 29th Sep,2016

HP High Court Recruitment for Clerk
HP High Court Shimla has invited application for the position of section officer,private secretary,superintendent,senior assistant, junior assistant,steno-typist,computer operator,clerk,peon and chowkidar on contractual basis and deputation system. Total number of posts are 19. Interested candidates can apply before 29th September 2016.

VACANCY DETAILS:
Name of post: clerk, private secretary
Eligibility: Matric, +2 class, graduation
Salary: Rs.5200 – 20200/- Per Month
Last Date: 29th September 2016

Total No. of Posts:19 Posts

Clerk: 02 posts

Age Limit:- The age of the candidate will be according to Himachal Pradesh High court invites organization.
Pay Scale:-Rs. 5910 – 20200/- per month
Qualification:- Candidates should have passed +2 class standard examination board or its equivalent from a recognized board of school education university.
Selection Procedure:- The selection of the candidates will be on the basis of written examination and personal interview depending on the number of applications received.

Computer Operator:- 01 posts

Age Limit:- The age of the candidate will be according to Himachal Pradesh High court invites organization.
Pay Scale:-Rs. 5910 – 20200/- per month
Qualification:- Candidates should have passed +2 class standard examination board or its equivalent from a recognized board of school education university.
Selection Procedure:- The selection of the candidates will be on the basis of written examination and personal interview depending on the number of applications received.

How to apply:- Candidates may apply in prescribed application form along with attested copy of educational qualification send to The Registrar, High Court of Himachal Pradesh, Shimla – 171001 on or before 29th September 2016.

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Saturday, 24 September 2016

Pankaj Dhatwalia

Relevance of Yoga in Modern Age

Relevance of Yoga in Modern Age
India’s ancient heritage of Yoga, a comprehensive discipline of physical, mental, and spiritual practices which originated in the country, again came to the fore of global awareness, when June 21 was declared as the International Day of Yoga by the United Nations General Assembly. The declaration came after the call for the adoption of 21 June as International Day of Yoga by Indian Prime Minister, Shri Narendra Modi during his address to UN General Assembly on September 27, 2014. Shri Narendra Modi stated that "Yoga embodies unity of mind and body; thought and action; restraint and fulfillment; harmony between man and nature; a holistic approach to health and well being."

Yoga is understood to be an over 6,000 year old practice having its origin in India aiming to transform body and mind. Over the centuries as Yogic traditions and practices developed in India, Yoga gurus disseminated it across the country and in more recent times to other countries of the world. In the late 19th and 20th century, the western countries learnt the teachings of Yoga from enlightened masters and Gurus’ such as Swami Vivekananda, Swami Vishnudevananda, Paramahansa Yogananda, Swami Chinmayanada and so many other enlightened spiritual leaders. In the last four decades, yoga has steadily gained popularity amongst western and far eastern countries, as a holistic system of exercise, though in classical Yoga tradition, the physical aspect is only a medium of connecting with the spiritual.

Among the enlightened masters who propagated the science of classical Yoga in the west was Swami Vishnudevananda. He started the International Sivananda Yoga Vedanta Centres, which is a non-profit organization named after his Guru Swami Sivananda of the Himalayas, one of the most influential spiritual teachers of the 20th century.

The organization was founded in 1957 by Swami Vishnudevananda, a renowned authority on Hatha Yoga and Raja Yoga, who was asked by his Master to preach the practice of Yoga in the West. He established the first Sivananda Yoga Vedanta centre in Montreal, Canada, in 1959 and till date there are close to 60 Sivananda locations (ashrams, yoga Centres and affiliated Centres) around the world.

Over 30,000 teachers have been trained in the TTC or Teachers Training courses. Its purpose is to propagate the ancient teachings of Yoga and Vedanta as a means of achieving physical, mental and spiritual well being and thereby create a more peaceful world.

THE FIVE POINTS OF YOGA

According the Swami Vishnudevnanda, the Yogi sees life as a triangle; the body undergoes birth, growth, change, decay and death. The growth period reaches a plateau at about 18-20 years. In the first years of life, the “youthful period’, the rate of cell rejuvenation (anabolic) exceeds the rate of cell decay (catabolic). The body then maintains equilibrium from the age of 20 until around 35, when the decaying, or catabolic process, begins to gain precedence. The body starts its decline, resulting in “old age” with its accompanying ills and despairs.

However, the yogis say that we were not born merely to be subject to pain, suffering, disease and death. There is a far greater purpose to life. But, the spiritual investigation of life’s purposes requires keen intellect and strong will, products of a healthy body and mind. For this reason, the ancient sages developed an integral system to retard the decaying process, and keep the physical and mental facilities strong.

This system of Yoga is structured around five main principles: Proper Exercise, Proper Breathing, Proper Relaxation, Proper Diet, and Positive Thinking and Meditation.

1. Proper Exercise: acts as a lubricating routine to the joints, muscles, ligaments, tendons, and other parts of the body by increasing circulation and flexibility.

a. Our physical body is meant to move and exercise. If our lifestyle does not provide natural motion of muscles and joints, then disease and great discomfort will ensue with time. As Yoga regards the body as a vehicle for the soul on its journey towards perfection, Yogic physical exercises are designed to develop not only the body. They also broaden the mental faculties and the spiritual capacities.

b.The Yogic physical exercises are called Asanas, a term which means steady pose. This is because the Yoga Asana (or posture) is meant to be held for some time. However this is quite an advanced practice. Initially, our concern is simply to increase body flexibility.

c. The body is as young as it is flexible. Yoga exercises focus on the health of the spine, its strength and flexibility. The spinal column houses the all-important nervous system, the telegraphic system of the body. By maintaining the spine's flexibility and strength through exercise, circulation is increased and the nerves are ensured their supply of nutrients and oxygen.

d. The Asanas also affect the internal organs and the endocrine system (glands and hormones).

e. 12 BASIC ASANAS

1. Headstand (Sirshasana)

2. Shoulderstand (Sarvangasana)

3. Plough (Halasana)

4. Fish (Matsyasana)

5. Sitting Forward bend (Paschimoth-anasana)

6. Cobra (Bhujangasana)

7. Locust (Shalabhasana)

8. Bow (Dhanurasana)

9. Spinal twist (ArdhaMatsyendrasana)

10. Crow (Kakasana) or Peacock (Mayurasana)

11. Standing forward bend (PadaHasthasana) Surya Namaskar

12. Triangle (Trikonasana)

2.  Proper Breathing: aids the body in connecting to its battery, the solar plexus, where tremendous potential energy is stored. When tapped through specific Yoga breathing techniques (Pranayama), this energy is released for physical and mental rejuvenation.

a. Yoga teaches us how to use the lungs to their maximum capacity and how to control the breath. Proper breathing should be deep, slow and rhythmical. This increases vitality and mental clarity.

b. Most people use only a fraction of their lung capacity for breathing. They breathe shallowly, barely expanding the ribcage. Their shoulders are hunched, they have painful tension in the upper part of the back and neck, and they suffer from lack of oxygen. They should learn the full Yogic breathing. A full Yogic breath combines all three, beginning with a deep breath and continuing the inhalation through the intercostal and clavicular areas.

c. Pranayama: By far the most important thing about good breathing is the Prana, or subtle energy of the vital breath. Control of the Prana leads to control of the mind. Breathing exercises are called Pranayamas, which means to control the Prana.

d. The two main Pranayamas taught in the Sivananda Ashrams and Centres are Kapalabhati and Anuloma Viloma.

3. Proper Relaxation: cools down the system, as does the radiator of a car. When the body and the mind are continually overworked, their efficiency diminishes. Relaxation is Nature’s way of recharging the body.

a. Long before the invention of cars, planes, telephones, computers, freeways and other modern triggers of stress, the Rishis (sages or seers) and Yogis of yore devised very powerful techniques of deep relaxation. As a matter of fact, many modern stress-management and relaxation methods borrow heavily from this tradition.

b. More of our energy is spent in keeping the muscles in continual readiness for work than in the actual useful work done. In order to regulate and balance the work of the body and mind, it is best to learn to economize the energy produced by our body. This may be done by learning to relax.

c. During complete relaxation, there is practically no energy or "Prana" being consumed, although a little is keeping the body in normal condition while the remaining portion is being stored and conserved.

d. In order to achieve perfect relaxation, three methods are used by yogis: "Physical", "Mental", and "Spiritual" relaxation. Relaxation is not complete until the person reaches that stage of spiritual relaxation, which only advanced spiritual aspirants know.

4. Proper Diet: provides the correct fuel for the body. Optimum utilization of food, air, water, and sunlight is essential.

a. Besides being responsible for building our physical body, the foods we eat profoundly affect our mind. For maximum body-mind efficiency and complete spiritual awareness, Yoga advocates a lacto-vegetarian diet. This is an integral part of the Yogic lifestyle.

b. The yogic diet is a vegetarian one, consisting of pure, simple, natural foods which are easily digested and promote health. Simple meals aid the digestion and assimilation of foods. Nutritional requirements fall under five categories: protein, carbohydrates, minerals, fats and vitamins.

c. There is a cycle in nature known as the "food cycle" or "food chain". The Sun is the source of energy for all life on our planet; it nourishes the plants (the top of the food chain) which are then eaten by animals (vegetarian), which are then eaten by other animals (carnivores). The food at the top of the food chain, being directly nourished by the Sun, has the greatest life promoting properties. The food value of animal flesh is termed as "second-hand" source of nutrition, and is inferior in nature. All natural foods (fruits, vegetables, seeds, nuts and grains) have, in varying quantities, different proportions of these essential nutrients. As source of protein, these are easily assimilated by the body. However, second-hand sources are often more difficult to digest and are of less value to the body's metabolism.

d. Many people worry about whether they are getting enough protein, but neglect other factors. The quality of the protein is more important than the quantity alone. Dairy products, legumes, nuts and seeds provide the vegetarian with an adequate supply of protein.

e. A healthy motto is: "Eat to live, not live to eat". It is best if we understand that the purpose of eating is to supply our being with the life force,orPrana, the vital life energy. So the greatest nutritional plan for the Yoga student is the simple diet of natural fresh foods.\

f. Any change in diet should be made gradually. Start by substituting larger portions of vegetables, grains, seeds and nuts until finally all flesh products have been completely eliminated from the diet.

5. Positive Thinking and Meditation: puts you in control. The intellect is purified. The lower nature is brought under conscious control through steadiness and concentration of mind.

a. Here is the most important point of all, we become what we think. Thus we should exert to entertain positive and creative thoughts as these will contribute to vibrant health and a peaceful, joyful mind. The mind will be brought under perfect control by regular practice of meditation.

b. We can control the mental agitation by two means: by concentrating the mind either externally or internally. Internally, we focus on the "Self" or the consciousness of "I am". Externally, we focus on anything other than the "Self" or "I am".

c. The mental ability to concentrate is inherent to all; it is not extraordinary or mysterious. Meditation is not something that a Yogi has to teach you; you already have the ability to shut out thoughts.

d. All happiness achieved through the mind is temporary and fleeting; it is limited by nature. To achieve that state of lasting happiness and absolute peace, we must first know how to calm the mind, to concentrate and go beyond the mind. By turning the mind's concentration inward, upon the self, we can deepen that experience of perfect concentration. This is the state of Meditation".

The benefits of Yoga are multifaceted and holistic for the human body and mind. These benefits are being discovered everyday by existing and new practitioners of Yoga. Yoga can be life transforming if approached and practiced as per the guidance of Yoga masters. Moreover, every new person joining the great global Yoga movement is making this transformational wave even stronger in the world.
Pankaj Dhatwalia

NIT Hamirpur Recruitment 2016 – Jr Research Fellow & Project Asst Posts

NIT Hamirpur Recruitment 2016 – JRF Posts :
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Department of Electronics and Communication Engineering, National Institute of Technology (NIT), Hamirpur has announced an employment notification for the recruitment of Junior Research Fellow (JRF) vacancies for project entitled “Ultra low Power Performance Investigations in Carbon Nanotube Based Interconnects”. Eligible candidates can apply in prescribed application format within 03 weeks from date of advt. Other details like age limit, educational qualification, selection process & how to apply are given below......


Total No of Posts: 01


Name of The Post: Junior Research Fellow (JRF)


Educational Qualification: Candidates should possess M.Tech/ ME with specialization in VLSI Design/ Microelectronics/ B.Tech/ BE with GATE score in Electronics & Communication Engineering.


Selection Process: Short listed candidates will be called for interview.


How to Apply: Eligible candidates can send their CV in Pdf format with subject line “JRF-DST SERB” by email to Dr. Rohit Dhiman, Principal Investigator at email address rohitdhiman..nitham@gmail.com within 03 weeks from date of advt.


Date of Advertisement: 21-09-2016

Last Date for Submission of Application: within 03 weeks from date of advt.

For more details like fellow ship, duration of project & other information click on the link given below.....



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NIT Hamirpur Recruitment 2016 – Walk in for Project Asst Posts: 

National Institute of Technology (NIT), Hamirpur has issued a notification for the recruitment of Project Assistant vacancies for the project “developing up graded models of school structure in rural areas through existing innovative developed concepts” on purely contract basis. Eligible candidates may attend for walk in interview on 18-10-2016 at 03.00 PM. Other details like educational qualification, selection process & how to apply are given below......


Total No.of Posts: 01 


Name of the Post: Project Assistant (Civil Engineering)


Educational Qualification: Candidates should possess B.E/ B.Tech in Civil Engineering with 6.5 CGPA or 60% marks.


Selection Process: Candidates will be selected based on interview.


How to Apply: Eligible candidates may attend for walk in interview with complete bio-data by mentioning all the details, self attested copies of professional certificates & testimonials on 18-10-2016 at 03.00 PM.


Date & Time of Interview: 18-10-2016 at 03.00 PM. 

Venue: Main Conference Hall, National Institute of Technology Hamirpur, Hamirpur (HP)-177 005.

For more details like experience, duration, designation, fellowship, nature of work & other information click on the link given below.,.......

Pankaj Dhatwalia

HPSSC Recruitment 2016 – Driver Posts, Last Date - 18 Oct.2016

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Himachal Pradesh Staff Selection Commission (HPSSC) has announced notification for the recruitment of Driver vacancies on contract basis in Himachal Pradesh Horticulture Produce Marketing & Processing Ltd, Shimla. Eligible candidates may apply on or before 18-10-2016 & 03-11-2016 for remote areas. Other details like age limit, educational qualification, selection process, application fee & how to apply are given below......


Total No. of Posts: 02


Name of the Post: Driver


Age Limit: Candidates age limit should be between 18 – 30 years as on 01-01-2016. Upper age limit is relaxable as per rules.


Educational Qualification: Candidates should have passed 8th class with Driving License & relevant experience.


Selection Process: Candidates will be selected based on Driving practical Test & Viva Voce.


Application Fee: Candidates should pay Rs.360/- for General Category/ Ex-Servicemen of HP, Rs.120/- for SC/ ST/ OBC/ Ward of Freedom Fighter/ IRDP/ Ward of Ex-Servicemen through Indian Postal Order or Bank Draft drawn in favour of Secretary, HP Staff Selection Commission, Hamirpur.


How to Apply: Eligible candidates may send their applications along with relevant supporting documents, fee to Office of Secretary, HP Staff Selection Commission, Hamirpur-177001 on or before 18-10-2016 & 03-11-2016 for remote areas.


Last Date for Receipt of Applications: 18-10-2016

Last Date for Receipt of Applications for remote areas: 03-11-2016.

For more details like relaxation, salary, reservation, experience & other information click on the link given below....

Thursday, 22 September 2016

Pankaj Dhatwalia

KVS Recruitment 2016 – Apply Online for 6205 PRT, TGT, PGT & Principal Posts, Last Date is 17 Oct. 2016

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Kendriya Vidyalaya Sangathan (KVS), New Delhi has announced notification for the recruitment of 6205 Principal, PGT, TGT, PRT vacancies for various subjects under direct recruitment. Eligible candidates may apply online from 27-09-2016 at 09:00 hrs to 17-10-2016 up to 24:00 hrs. Other details like age limit, educational qualification, selection process, how to apply are given below......


Total No. of Posts: 6205


Name of the Posts:
I. Principal: 90 Posts
II. Post Graduation Teacher (PGT): 690 Posts
1. English: 69 Posts
2. Hindi: 62 Posts
3. Physics: 68 Posts
4. Chemistry: 61 Posts
5. Economics: 48 Posts
6. Commerce: 96 Posts
7. Maths: 73 Posts
8. Biology: 66 Posts
9. History: 38 Posts
10. Geography: 31 Posts
11. Computer Science: 78 Posts
III. Trained Graduation Teacher (TGT): 926 Posts
1. English: 90 Posts
2. Hindi: 116 Posts
3. Social Studies: 160 Posts
4. Science: 120 Posts
5. Sanskrit: 53 Posts
6. Maths: 126 Posts
7. P&HE: 67 Posts
8. AE: 120 Posts
9. WE: 74 Posts
IV. Primary Teacher (PRT): 4499 Posts
1. PRT: 4348 Posts
2. PRT (Music): 151 Posts


Age Limit: Candidates age should be between 35-50 years for Post I, Upper age limit is 40 years for post II, Upper age limit is 35 years for Post III, Upper age limit is 30 years for Post IV as on 31-10-2016. Age relaxation is applicable as per rules.


Educational Qualification: Candidates should possess Master Degree with atleast 45% marks, B.Ed or equivalent for Post I, Master Degree in relevant discipline with at least 50% marks, B.Ed for Posts II1 to II10, B.E or b.Tech (Computer Science/ IT) for Post II11, Bachelor’s Degree in relevant subject with atleast 50% marks, Pass in CTET Paper-II conducted by CBSE for Posts III1 to III6, Bachelor Degree in Physical Education for Post III7, Diploma in Drawing & Painting/ Sculpture/ Graphic Art for Post III8, Degree in Electrical/ Electronics Engineering for Post III9, 10+2 with 50% marks, Pass in CTET conducted by CBSE for Post IV1, 10+2 with atleast 50% marks/ Bachelor Degree in Music or equivalent for Post IV2 with relevant experience.


Selection Process: Candidates will be selected based on written Exam & Interview.


Application Fee: Candidates should pay Rs. 1200/- for Post I, Rs.750/- for other Posts through online mode. No fee for SC/ ST/ PH candidates.


How to Apply: Eligible candidates may apply online through the website “kvsangathan.nic.in” from 27-09-2016 at 09:00 hrs to 17-10-2016 up to 24:00 hrs.


Important Dates:
Start Date to Apply Online: 27-09-2016 at 09:00 hrs.

Last Date for Payment of Fee in Bank Through E-Challan: 22-10-2016.

Last Date to Apply Online: 17-10-2016 up to 24:00 hrs. 

Tentative Date of Written Test: Nov/ Dec-2016.

For more details like age relaxation, exam syllabus, pay scale, experience and other information click on the link given below....