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Saturday, July 25, 2015

Indian Rare Earths Ltd (IREL)

Only Indian Nationals need to apply. Mere submission of application will not entail right forclaiming Appointment.

    Age and experience are to be counted as on 31.07.2015.

Any corrigendum/addendum in respect of the above advertisement shall be made available only on our official website . No further press add will be given. Hence, prospective applicants are advised to visit IREL website  regularly for above purpose.
Forwarding of applications of candidates from Govt. and Public Sector Undertaking after submitting online application:

 Log on to Indian Rare Earths Limited website and navigate to the Recruitment section -> Advertisement
List of “Non –eligible” candidates and the reasons for rejection will be available in the IREL website. Any queries relating to reasons for rejection may be mailed to:

Last Date of IREL Online Application
14.08.2015 & 23.59 hrs

Staff Selection Commission Recruitment 2015

Staff Selection Commission will hold an open competitive examination for recruitment of Junior Engineers, Group ‘B’ Non-Gazetted posts in the Pay Band of Rs.9300-34800/- plus Grade Pay Rs.4200/-. Eligible and interested candidates may apply before the last date. Before applying, the candidates must ensure that they are eligible to apply for the post(s) and ready to comply with the requirements and terms and conditions mentioned in this advertisement

Junior Engineer – 1000 posts
Organisation and Name of the posts:
1. Central Water Commission – Junior Engineer (Civil)
2. Central Water Commission – Junior Engineer (Mechanical)
3. CPWD – Junior Engineer (Civil)
4. CPWD – Junior Engineer (Electrical)
5. Department of Post – Junior Engineer (Civil)
6. Department of Post – Junior Engineer (Electrical)
7. MES – Junior Engineer(Civil)
8. MES – Junior Engineer(Electrical and Mechanical)
9. MES – Junior Engineer(`Quantity Surveying and Contract)
Last date of receipt of application : 10.08.2015

Friday, July 24, 2015

National Dairy Development Board

Job Name
Managing Director- West Assam Milk Union Limited, Guwahati,
DescriptionWe are looking for a senior professional to head West Assam
Milk Union Limited as Managing Director, which is currently
 being managed by NDDB.
Job CategoryCooperative Services
DesignationSenior Manager in NDDB
Profile Summary
The incumbent will be Chief Executive Officer of the milk union
 and will be directly accountable for planning and implementation
 of activities related to the achievement of physical targets, 
financial management, quality parameters and acquisition & 
effective utilisation of manpower for the West Assam Milk Union
 Limited, as per the plan of action, under the overall guidance
 and superintendence of the WAMUL Management Committee.

Nalanda University

Date of Walk-in-Interview: 24 July 2015 and 25 July 2015              
Name of the Posts:
  • MTS- 03 Posts
  • Lab Attendant- 01 Post
  • Lab Assistant- 01 Post
  • Store Keeper- 01 Post
  • Electrician- 01 Post
  • Plumber- 01 Post
Educational Qualification:
  • MTS- Bachelors’ Degree in any area of basic/biomedical sciences from a recognized institution and /or diploma in Medical Laboratory Technology, with at least 55% marks or equivalent grade.
  • Lab Attendant- Bachelors’ Degree with at least 55% marks or equivalent grade.
  • Lab Assistant- Must be 12th standard pass with science.
  • Store Keeper- Candidate must be 10th pass with additional technical qualification as driver, plumber, electrician etc.
  • Electrician- 10th pass or ITI from a recognized board of education.
  • Plumber- 10th pass or ITI from a recognized board of education

Thursday, July 23, 2015

Psychology careers in education

Careers for psychology graduates interested in the education sector can take a number of different paths, including those already listed above. As well as educational therapy, educational psychology and social work within education, psychology graduates may qualify as teachers, working in primary, secondary or tertiary level education, or they may work within social services to help support learning in the community at all ages, or within the prison sector to provide support for young offenders.
To be named an educational psychologist, you will need the same qualifications as any psychologist (a master’s degree and further training). This is a role concerned with the development of young people in educational settings, with the aim of enhancing learning and dealing with social and emotional issues or learning difficulties.
To become a teacher of psychology, depending on the level you choose, you will almost certainly need an additional teaching qualification. As a rule, however, psychology graduates can be particularly sought-after within education and teaching due to their psychological knowledge of learning systems and insight into how people pick up information.
To enter careers in tertiary education (colleges and universities) you will likely need a further qualification, such as a master’s and/or PhD. Roles in higher education are likely to encompass both teaching and research (see below).


Clinical Practice in Institutional Settings
Psychologists work in hospitals, clinics, extended-care facilities, and many other types of institutions that deliver mental healthcare services. In such settings, a psychologist might be a practitioner, an administrator, or both.
Some clinical psychologists are heavily engaged in scientific research within their area of expertise; a great deal of research is conducted within universities, but much is also conducted within other public (ie., government) institutions, or private industry.
The next few paragraphs comprise descriptions of some of the different subfields of Psychology in which one could pursue a career. (A similar list that includes a few additional subfields can be found at the website of the American Psychological Association).
Psychology and Business
The field of Industrial/Organizational (I/O) Psychology has been rapidly expanding in recent years. Today, many psychologists are employed by large businesses, to develop and administer measures aimed at maximizing productivity and employee well-being and retention.
Industrial/organizational psychologists are concerned with such issues as: organizational structure and change; workers’ productivity and job satisfaction; consumer behavior; selection, placement, training, and development of personnel; and the interaction between humans and machines. They work in businesses, industries, governments, and colleges and universities.  Some may be self-employed as consultants or work for management consulting firms.
Experimental Psychology
Experimental psychologists are a diverse group of psychologists who conduct research on and often teach about a variety of basic behavioral processes. These processes include learning, sensation, perception, human performance, motivation, memory, language, thinking, and communication. Experimental psychologists also study the behavior and neurobiology of animals, in order to better understand human behavior. Most experimental psychologists conduct their research in an academic setting, such as a university, but many work instead for some branch of government, or in a private-industry lab.
Psychology and the Law (Forensic Psychology)
As an area of research, psychology and law is concerned both with looking at legal issues from a psychological perspective (e.g., how juries decide cases), and with looking at psychological questions in a legal context (e.g., assessing a defendant’s mental competency). Forensic psychologists may provide assessments or expert testimony for the courts, or provide consultation on such matters as jury selection, or the reliability of eyewitness testimony. Many forensic psychologists also have degrees in Law.
Health Psychology
The field of Health Psychology deals with the promotion and maintenance of behavior and lifestyle choices that are conducive to good health, or the prevention or treatment of illness. In applied contexts, such as hospitals or community healthcare centers, health psychologist often collaborate with other medical health professionals in treating certain individuals.
Health psychologists conduct research into the various ways that behavioral, biological, and social factors interact to affect health. For example, a health psychologist might study how stress in the workplace affects the incidence of heart disease.
Rehabilitation Psychology
Psychologists who work in the field of rehabilitation psychology work with people who have suffered a physical deprivation or loss, helping them deal with the psychological aspects of disability and rehabilitation. A typical client may be someone who has recently become paraplegic, or who has lost her eyesight, or who suffers from a chronic illness. Individuals in these or similar unfortunate situations will face many new challenges in everyday life, and a rehabilitation psychologist may provide a range of psychological supports to help them function. Research in the field of rehabilitation psychology examines how biological, social, or environmental factors affect the functioning of people with disabilities or chronic illnesses.

Wednesday, July 22, 2015


Last date for receipt of applications: 02 August 2015
Deputy Engineer (Naval Systems): 06 posts
Pay Scale
Rs. 16400/- 3% - 40500/-
Educational Qualification: B.E./ B/Tech in Electronics/ Electronics & Communication /Electronics & Telecommunication/ Communication/ Telecommunication. AND M.E / M.TECH – in RF & Microwave Engg/Radar Signal Processing from any AICTE approved institution with First Class for General & OBC candidates and Pass Class for SC/ST/PWD.
Age Limit: Upto 28 years
How to Apply
Candidates eligible and interested in the profile can send their applications duly filled and enclosed with essential BEL, Post Box no. 1334, Jalahalli Post Office, Bangalore 560013 before 02 August 2015.

Typical employers

Although some psychology graduates become professional psychologists, many others go on work in related fields.
A degree in psychology provides a useful foundation for a wide range of careers and employers.
Major employers of psychology graduates include:
  • the National Health Service;
  • local and national government;
  • schools, sixth form colleges and colleges of further education;
  • social services;
  • police forces, the National Probation Service and prisons;
  • human resources departments;
  • the media;
  • marketing companies;
  • financial organisations;
  • commercial and industrial companies.

Tuesday, July 21, 2015

SVC Bank

We are a 108-year old Bank and one amongst the leading top three Urban Co-operative Banks in the country with business mix of over Rs. 20,000 crores spanning over 181 branches spread across ten states of Maharashtra, Karnataka, Goa, Delhi, Telangana, Tamilnadu, Gujarat, Madhya Pradesh, Rajasthan and Haryana. 

We invite applications from young, dynamic and professionally qualified MBAs with specialization in Marketing, to be appointed as Retail Banking Sales Officer in our Bank. 

Candidate should be ideally not more than 27 years of age and should hold an MBA /MMS/PGDM degree in Marketing from an Institute with AICTE accreditation or Recognized University. If the MBA course is from autonomous Institute, then such course should have AICTE accreditation. 

Retail Banking Sales Officer (RBSO) will be required to carry out activities related to business development, institutional sales, acquisition of high value accounts, etc.

 Remuneration will be as per industry standards. 

Interested candidates may send their application & detailed resume along with a latest passport size photograph, at the earliest to Kindly mention “RBSO” in the subject line of email.

Job Outlook

Employment opportunities for psychology professionals are expected to grow as fast as average for all other occupations in the United States through 2022. Job opportunities will be best for individuals with a doctoral degree from an accredited university in an applied specialty, such as health or science, and for those with a specialist or doctoral degree in school psychology. Master's degree holders in fields other than industrial-organizational psychology will likely face high levels of competition. Career opportunities will not be as plentiful for bachelor's degree holders, although some entry-level opportunities will exist. Individuals with a bachelor's degree in psychology will likely pursue career opportunities in fields other than psychology.

Employment change. Employment opportunities for psychologists and other psychology professionals is expected to grow 12% from 2012 to 2022, about as fast as the average for all other career fields. Employment growth will be due to increasing demand for psychological services in hospitals, schools, social service agencies, substance abuse treatment clinics, mental health centers, consulting firms, and private companies. If you're looking for a job these industries are a good place to start your job search.

An increasing demand for school psychologists will be generated by growing awareness of mental health and behavioral problems, such as bullying, as they relate to students ability to progess and learn in an educational enviroment. School psychologists will also be required to fulfill general student counseling on a variety of other issues, including working with disabled students or with special needs students, addressing drug abuse, and managing and consulting personal crisis.

Ever rising healthcare costs associated with unhealthy lifestyles, such as alcoholism, smoking, and obesity, which have made prevention and treatment more critical, will continue to spur demand for qualified clinical psychologists. A growing number of employee assistance programs, intended to assist workers with personal problems, also should lead to new employment opportunities for a variety clinical and counseling specialties.

Monday, July 20, 2015


Careers in Psychology

Psychology is to study mental processes and human behavior through researching, observing, analyzing, and interpreting how individuals and other living creatures relate to one another and their environment. Like other social sciences, psychology revolves around the formulation of theories, or hypotheses, which are intended to explain what is observed. But unlike other social science disciplines, psychologists often concentrate on individual behavior, more specifically in the beliefs and feelings that influence a person's thought patterns and ultimately their actions.

Psychology is truly a very diverse field that provides a plethora of career opportunities for qualified professionals. Psychologists perform a large variety of duties in a number of diverse industries. For example, psychologists working in the field of health services may provide mental evaluation and healthcare services in clinics, hospitals, schools, or in the private sector. They may also be employed in applied settings, including industry, business, nonprofit organizations, or government, providing training, conducting research, designing organizational systems, or acting as advocates for psychology.

One of the factors that many psychologists will tell you prompted their decision to pursue a career in psychology was their desire run their own business. Today, nearly 34 percent of psychologists are self-employed, mainly as private practitioners and independent consultants, which is four times the national average for all other occupations.

Job prospects. Job opportunities will be most plentiful for professionals who have a doctoral degree from a top university in an applied specialty, such as heathcare or counseling, and those with a specialist or doctoral degree in school psychology. Psychologists who have work experience or extensive training in quantitative research methods and computer science are predicted to have a competitive advantage over applicants without comparable training or experience.

Sunday, July 19, 2015

Ministry of Civil Aviation

Date of Publication of Advertisement: 04 July 2015
Last Date of ApplicationWithin 45 days from the date of publication of advertisement
Name of the Post: Director of Air Safety- 03 Posts
Educational Qualification: Degree in Aeronautical Engineering of a recognized university or A pass in Associate Membership Examination parts II and III/Section A and B of the Aeronautical Society of India.
Selection Procedure:
The selection of the candidates will be done on the basis of the interview/exam conducted by the organization.
How to Apply:
Eligible candidates can apply to the post through the prescribed format along with other necessary documents so as to reach within 45 days from the date of publication of advertisement.

Central Silk Board

Last date for receipt of applications: 10 August 2015
Director: 02 posts
Pay Scale
PB-4 Rs.37400-67000 + Grade pay of Rs.8700/-
Educational Qualification: A Doctorate degree in Entomology / Zoology / Agriculture / Botany / Sericulture or an equivalent qualification from a recognized University with a minimum of 12 years Research experience out of which 5 years should be in the capacity of Joint Director [now re-designated as ScientistD] in the Pay Band PB-3 Rs.15600-39100 + Grade pay of Rs.7600/- or equivalent.
Age Limit: Below 53 years
How to Apply
Candidates eligible and interested in the profile can send their applications duly filled and enclosed with essential documents to the Member Secretary, Central Silk Board, ‘Central Silk Board Complex’, Hosur Road, BTM Layout, Madiwala, Bangalore – 560 068 before 10 August 2015.

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