Iswarya Menon is an Indian actress, who mainly works in Tamil, Kannada, Malayalam, and Telugu Languages. She was born on Monday, 8th May 1995 in Erode, Tamil Nadu, India. She did her Schooling at Bharathi Vidya Bhavan in Erode and then finished his B. Tech from SRM University, Chennai. In 2012, She started her acting career in the Tamil Film Industry with the Kashalil Sodhapuvadhu Yeppadi movie. She next made her debut in Tollywood with the ‘Love Failure’ movie.
NLC Apprentice 2022 Online Application @ https://www.nlcindia.in/– NLC invites Online applications for recruitment of 955 Trade Apprentices, Technician Apprentices, Graduate Apprentices, and Non-Engineering Apprentices Posts. This online facility will be available in the Official website @ https://www.nlcindia.in/ from 10.08.2022 @ 10.00 AM to 24.08.2022 @ 05.00 PM.
|Organization Name:||NLC India Limited|
|Job Category:||Apprentices Training|
|Total No of Vacancies:||955 Trade Apprentices, Technician Apprentices, Graduate Apprentices, and Non Engineering Apprentices Posts|
|Place of Posting:||Neyveli|
|Starting Date:||10.08.2022 @ 10.00 AM|
|Last Date:||24.08.2022 @ 05.00 PM|
Name of the Post & No of Vacancies:
NLC India Limited, a “Navratna” Public Sector Enterprise, Under the Ministry of Coal, invites applications from eligible Wards of Project Affected Persons who have given land and houses after 1977 to NLC India Ltd., with ITI / Non-Engineering / Graduation / Diploma in Engineering courses for one year Apprenticeship Training under the Apprentices (Amendment) Act, 1973 in the following designated subject fields
|SI No||Name of Posts||No. of Posts|
|I. Trade Apprentices|
|II. Non Engineering Apprentices|
|2.||Computer Science (Bsc., Computer Science)||35|
|3.||Computer Application (BCA)||20|
|4.||Business Administration (BBA)||20|
|III. Engineering Graduate Apprentices|
|2.||Electrical & Electronics Engineering||50|
|7.||Computer Science and Engineering||30|
|8.||Electronics & Communication Engineering||08|
|IV. Non Engineering Graduate Apprentices|
|2.||Computer Science (Bsc., Computer Science)||35|
|3.||Computer Application (BCA)||20|
|4.||Business Administration (BBA)||20|
|V. Technician (Diploma) Apprentices|
|2.||Electrical & Electronics Engineering||50|
|6.||Computer Science and Engineering||20|
|7.||Electronics & Communication Engineering||05|
|1. Trade Apprentices –For Sl. No 1 to 11: ITI in relevant Trade from NCVT/DGETFor Sl. No 12: COPA (NTC/PNTC Certificate)|
|2. Non Engineering Apprentices – Commerce (BCom), Computer Science (Bsc., Computer Science), Computer Application (BCA), Business Administration (BBA), Geology (Bsc.,Geology)|
|3. Engineering Graduate Apprentices –– A Degree in Engineering or Technology (Full time) granted by a Statutory University in relevant discipline.- A Degree in Engineering or Technology (Full time) granted by an Institution empowered to grant such degree by an Act of Parliament in relevant discipline.- Graduate examination of Professional bodies (Full time) recognized by the State Government or Central Government as equivalent to above.Other Eligibility Requirements:1. Candidates should have passed the qualifying exam in 2020 / 2021 / 2022.2. Candidates should not have undergone or presently undergoing Apprenticeship Training in NLCIL or elsewhere.3. Candidates should not have experience of one year or more in any job.|
|4. Non Engineering Graduate Apprentices –• A Degree in Non Engineering (Full time) granted by a Statutory University in relevant discipline.• A Degree in Non Engineering (Full time) granted by an Institution empowered to grant such degree by an Act of Parliament in relevant discipline.• Non Engineering Graduate examination of Professional bodies (Full time) recognized by the State Government or Central Government as equivalent to above.Other Eligibility Requirements:1. Candidates should have passed the qualifying exam in 2020 / 2021 / 2022.2. Candidates should not have undergone or presently undergoing Apprenticeship Training in NLCIL or elsewhere.3. Candidates should not have experience of one year or more in any job.|
|5. Technician (Diploma) Apprentices –– A Diploma in Engineering or technology (Full time) granted by a State Council or Board of Technical Education established by a State Government in relevant discipline.- A Diploma in Engineering or Technology (Full time) granted by a University in relevant discipline.- A Diploma in Engineering and Technology (Full time) granted by an Institution recognised by the State Government or Central Government as equivalent to above.Other Eligibility Requirements:1. Candidates should have passed the qualifying exam in 2020 / 2021 / 2022.2. Candidates should not have undergone or presently undergoing Apprenticeship Training in NLCIL or elsewhere.3. Candidates should not have experience of one year or more in any job.|
|1. Trade Apprentices – Candidate Age Must Attained 14 Years as on 01.04.2022|
|2. Non Engineering Apprentices – Candidate Age Must Attained 14 Years as on 01.04.2022|
|3. Engineering Graduate Apprentices – Age limit will be followed as per Apprenticeship Rules.|
|4. Non Engineering Graduate Apprentices – Age limit will be followed as per Apprenticeship Rules.|
|5. Technician (Diploma) Apprentices – Age limit will be followed as per Apprenticeship Rules.|
|1. Trade Apprentices –Rs. 10,019/-Per Month (For Sl. No 1 to 11)Rs.8766/- Per Month (For Sl. No 12)|
|2. Non Engineering Apprentices – Rs.12524/-|
|3. Engineering Graduate Apprentices – Rs.15028/-|
|4. Non Engineering Graduate Apprentices – Rs.12524/-|
|5. Technician (Diploma) Apprentices – Rs.12524/-|
NLC Apprentice Selection Process 2022:
NLC may follow the following process to select the candidates.
How to apply for NLC Apprentice Post:
a. Go to www.nlcindia.in
b. Click the CAREERS link to open the Careers page.
c. Select the Trainees & Apprentices tab.
d. Click the appropriate Online Application link under Advt., No. L&DC 2/2022. (The link will be available from 10.00 Hours on 10.08.2022 to 17.00 Hours on 24.08.2022.)-
e. Complete the application form and take a printout of the registration form.
f. The Registration forms duly signed should be submitted directly to the
Office of the General Manager,
Land Acquisition Department,
N.L.C India Limited.
Neyveli – 607 803.
on or before 31.08.2022 by 5.00 pm enclosing the Self Attested copies of the following certificates along with application :
1. Hsc Mark sheet
2. Transfer Certificate.
3. Community Certificate (in case of belonging to SC / ST / OBC / EWS).
4. Degree Certificates / Diploma Certificate /Provisional Certificate.
5. Consolidated mark sheet (or) Semester – wise Mark sheet
6. Proof for Physically with Disabled person (PwD) (if applicable).
7. Proof for wards of Ex-Serviceman (if applicable).
8. LA details form (can be downloaded).
9. 12(2) cheque notice
10. Format showing method of arrival of percentage of marks in case of Engineering Degree / Diploma (can be downloaded)
Important Dates for NLC Apprentice Post:
|Starting Date for Submission of Application||10.08.2022 @ 10.00 AM|
|Last date for Submission of Application||24.08.2022 @ 05.00 PM|
|The Selected list of Candidates will be displayed on the website tentatively on||23.09.2022|
NLC Apprentice Official Notification & Application Link:
|NLC Official Website Career Page||Click Here|
|Detailed Advertisement (Trade Apprentices and Non-Engineering Apprentices)||Click Here|
|Detailed Advertisement(Graduate and Technician Apprentices)||Click Here|
|Format for arriving percentage of marks (Engineering Graduates and Diploma)||Click Here|
|LA details form||Click Here|
|Starting Date for Submission of Application: 10.08.2022 @ 10.00 AM|
|NLC Online Application Form||Click Here|
Adani Ports Special Economic Zone (APSEZ). Monday Reports Consolidated net profits decreased 16.86% ₹1,091.56 Million for the first quarter of the financial year, despite record cargo volumes. The Country’s The largest integrated logistics company reported a net profit consolidated ₹According According to a regulatory filing 1,312.9 Million were spent during the same period last fiscal year.
Its Total Income during the June quarter rose to ₹5.099.25 million as against ₹5.073 crores in Q1 FY22. The company’s total expenses also increased. ₹4,174.24 Crores ₹3,660.28 billion crores were previously APSEZ reported that its highest quarterly cargo was 91 MMT (million metric tonnes).
The Dry cargo led the growth in cargo volume, with an 11.2% increase. Containers followed closely (3.2%) and liquids including crude (5.6%). The automobile segment saw a 120% increase in volume, even though it was a small part of overall volumes. Both The Mundra Both non-Mundra Similar Ports showed the highest growth rates. The non-Mundra The Company stated that ports were responsible for 53% of the cargo basket.
In A statement Karan AdaniAPSEZ chief executive officer, and director-whole the time Jeremy Reilly, said: “Q1 FY23 has been the strongest quarter in APSEZ’s history, with a record cargo volume and highest ever quarterly EBITDA.”
Adani further the company’s strong performance was maintained. July We 100 MMT cargo throughput was recorded in the first 99 Days of FY23. “We are confident of achieving our full-year guidance of 350-360 MMT cargo volumes and EBITDA of ₹12,200-12,600 crore,” He added.
According To The company statement Adani Logistics An increase of 31 percent in rail volume, to 111.136 TEUs (twenty-foot equivalent unit), was observed. There was also an increase of 54% in terminal volume at 99.217TEUs. Adani Ports Gadot Group consortium (70/30 partnership), won the bid for 100% of the stake in Haifa Port Company A bid value of USD 1.13 trillion
“We anticipate the deal to be 75 percent debt-financed, and APSEZ’s equity contribution to be around ₹1600 crore,” APSEZ officials stated that the deal marked APSEZ’s entry into a developed market. Suez CanalThe This will allow for the expansion of the company’s footprint. Europe.
APSEZ stated that liquid cargo could also be available at Krishnapatnam Port A decrease in sunflower oil imports was a major factor. Ukraine Due To the ongoing conflict.
The Container Terminal at Gangavaram Port By the end of next week, 5 MMT LNG terminals will be in operation. Dhamra Will DecAdded APSEZ available at the end It Construction It began on 4.5 Million Square Feet This is Warehouse Capacity in Four Locations (Mundra, Moriya, Ranoli Palwal(), Two agri-container terminals in Bihar (Darbhanga And Samastipur).
Revenue From At ₹360 crores, an increase of 34%, can be attributed to the improved container and terminal traffic. APSEZ stated that it also acquired a 100% stake in Ocean Sparkle Ltd (OSL). OSL is expected to generate revenue in the range of ₹633 Crores EBITDA and EBITDA ₹The Current financial years saw 355 million. APSEZ is part of the global diversified Adani Group.
Guidelines revised for the incentive for a Full-time Ph.D. Scholars belonging to Scheduled Caste, Scheduled Caste Converted Christians, and Scheduled Tribes students.
- Orders were issued to implement a scheme by providing an incentive of Rs.50,000/- to each 700 full-time Ph.D. scholars of Scheduled Caste/ Scheduled Tribes and sanctioned an amount of Rs.3,50,00,000 for the year 2013-14.
- Framing rules /regulations for implementing the scheme of “Incentives to full-time Ph.D. scholars” belonging to Scheduled Caste and Scheduled Tribes students from the year 2013-2014.
- Orders were issued by enhancing the parental annual income ceiling of the family from Rs.2.5 lakhs to Rs.8 lakhs, incentives from Rs.50,000/- to Rs.1,00,000/- and beneficiaries from 1200 to 1600 under the scheme of “Incentives to full-time Ph.D. scholars” for Scheduled Caste, Scheduled Tribes & Scheduled Caste Converted Christians students from the year 2021-2022.
- After careful examination and decided to issue revised guidelines under the scheme of Incentives for Full-time Ph.D. Scholars belonging to Scheduled Caste, Scheduled Tribes, and Scheduled Caste Converted Christian students.
- The Commissioner of Adi Dravidar Welfare is directed to implement the
scheme of “Incentives to full-time Ph.D. scholars” as per the revised guidelines
contained in Annexure | from the year 2022-2023.
Revised Guidelines for Incentive to Full-time Ph.D. Scholars
The scheme of providing incentives to full-time Ph.D scholars for Scheduled
Caste, Scheduled Tribes, and Scheduled Caste Converted Christians were
introduced during the year 2013-14. The scheme aims to provide opportunities for
these students to undertake advanced studies and research in the fields of
Science, Humanities, Social Science, Commerce, and Law streams.
The objective of the scheme is to provide opportunities for Scheduled Caste,
Scheduled Tribes and Scheduled Caste Converted Christian students to
undertake full-time Ph.D. research courses in the fields of Science, Humanities,
Social Science, Commerce, and Law streams in State Universities / Government /
Government Aided Colleges in Tamil Nadu.
- Target / Eligibility:
Target Group: The scheme provides incentives for 1600 eligible Scheduled
Caste, Scheduled Caste Converted Christians and Scheduled Tribes applicants
including renewal cases every year to undertake advanced studies and research
leading to Ph.D. Degree.
I. Income limit: Family income shall be less than Rs.8 lakhs per annum
ll. Caste: Scheduled Caste and Scheduled Tribes and Scheduled Caste
lll. Age: Age limit for male applicants is 50 years on the date of receipt of
applications and the age limit for female applicants is 55 years on the date of
receipt of applications.
IV. Educational Qualification:
a) A minimum of 55% of marks in the aggregate in the qualifying master degree examination.
b) The Scholar should not receive any other monetary benefits / Scholarship / Fellowship from any other source.
c) Employees of any university / College / Educational Institution, / Central/ State / UT Government shall be excluded from availing fellowship, even if they are on study leave or extraordinary leave.
- Nature of Assistance
a) Tenure will be 2-4 years for the students who completed M.Phil and 3-5 years
for the students who completed Master Degree depending upon the course in
b} Incentive of Rs.1,00,000/- would be provided to the beneficiaries in 10 monthly
installments. (Rs.10,000 / month) by Direct Benefit Transfer (DBT) mode.
c) 5% grant shall be reserved for differently abled students.
- Procedure for applying for the Scheme:
a) Applications should be invited only through online mode in the prescribed format
through advertisement in leading newspapers / Adi Dravidar Welfare
Department Website / Circular to all the colleges, Universities through Higher
b) Applications should include Caste Certificate, Income Certificate, Degree
Certificate, Aadhaar ID, and Ph.D. Registration Certificate.
c) Confirmation Certificate for the continuation of the course should be certified by the
Universities/Institutions concerned with renewal cases.
d) Applicant should submit abstract of proposed research work for availing
e) University / Institutions concerned should verify the applications and scrutinize
by the Directorate of Adi Dravidar Welfare and the Directorate of Tribal Welfare.
- Selection Process
a) Candidates will be selected based on the eligibility criteria prescribed.
b) Preference will be given for social relevance, the budget of the proposed research
work, and science subjects. –
c) In case more applications are received than the available scholarships, the
Commissioner Adi Dravidar Welfare shall constitute a committee to shortlist the
- Evaluating and Monitoring
a) A grievance redressal mechanism shall be set at the Head of Department level
to address any grievance related to the scheme.
b) On completion of the award, he/ she will submit a comprehensive report and a
copy of his / her published work, if any
c) If the scholar is availing of any other fellowship/project from any other
organization at the time of selection, he/she shall be required to surrender one
award. After 2 years, a progress report of the research work should be submitted
by the applicant for further incentive.
d) In case the progress of the work is found unsatisfactory, the award may be
terminated at any time during the tenure of the award.
On Tuesday, Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar submitted his resignation to Governor Phagu Chauhan amid a tussle between the ruling alliance of NDA and JD(U), NDTV reported. According to media reports, he is meeting leaders of opposition parties, including Rashtriya Janata Dal (RJD), to form the next government in the state. Follow the page for all the updates on the political development in Bihar.
All MLAs and MPs of the party supported Mr. Kumar’s decision and said that they were with him. They also asserted that they would continue to support Nitish Kumar in his decision. To this end, Nitish Kumar blames RCP Singh, a former leader from his own party, for serving as Amit Shah’s proxy. RCP Singh quit the JDU on the weekend after his party accused him of deep corruption.
Without naming Chirag Paswan, the legislators are reported to have recalled the actions of former Lok Janshakti Party (LJP) chief during the 2020 state assembly polls while warning the CM that if they were not alert, it would not be good for the party.
Paswan had fielded rebel BJP candidates in all seats fought by the JD(U) in the 2020 polls, in what some have alleged was part of a plot of the BJP to wedge its way into the ruling coalition in the state.
India topped the three-way tie for the bronze medal at 17 match-point after aggregating 396,5 tie-breaking points, ahead of USA’s 390 and Kazakhstan’s 352. India’s first medal since making its debut in the women’s Olympiad in 1978, came on a day when R. Vaishali, Tania Sachdev, and Divya Deshmukh collected bronze medals for their performances.
Ukraine and Georgia finished with 18 points following 11th-round victories. Ukraine’s 3-1 victory over a tough Poland proved enough for gold. Georgia kept pace by beating Azerbaijan 3-1, Ukraine’s tie-break count of 413.50 – as against Georgia’s 392 – proved decisive.
The results (11th round, with match-points):
Women: India 1 (17) lost to USA (17) 1-3 (K. Humpy drew with Tokhirjonova Gulrukhbegim; R. Vaishali drew with Irina Krush; Tania Sachdev lost to Carissa Yip; Bhakti Kulkarni lost to Tatev Abrahamyan).
Kazakhstan (17) bt India 3 (15) 2.5-1.5 (Zhansaya Abdumalik bt Eesha Karavade; Bibisara Assaubayeva bt P. V. Nandhidhaa; Xeniya Balabayeva drew with Varshini Sahithi; Guliskhan Nakhbayeva lost to B. Pratyusha).
Slovakia (16) drew with India 2 (16) 2-2 (Zuzana Borosova drew with Vantika Agrawal; Eva Repkova bt Padmini Rout; Zuzana Hagarova drew with Mary Ann Gomes; Svetlana Sucikova lost to Divya Deshmukh).
Ukraine (18) bt Poland (16) 3-1: Azerbaijan (16) lost to Georgia (18) 1-3.
Final standings: 1-2. Ukraine, Georgia, 3-5. India 1, USA, 5. Kazakhstan, 8. India 2, 17. India 3
Individual prizes (Board 1): 1. Pia Cramling (Swe), 2. Eline Roebers (Ned), 3. Abdumalik Zhansaya (Kaz) ; (Board 2): 1. Nino Batsiashvili (Geo), 2. Anna Muzychuk (Ukr), 3. Khanim Balajayeva (Aze); (Board 3): 1. Oliwia Kiolbasa (Pol) 2. Anna Ushenina (Ukr), 3. R. Vaishali (Ind 1); (Board 4): 1. Bat-Erdene Mmungunzul (Mon), 2. Maria Malicka (Pol), 3. Tania Sachdev (Ind 1); (Reserve): 1. Jana Schnieder (Ger), 2. Ulviyya Fataliyeva (Aze), 3. Divya Deshmukh (Ind 2).