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Bihar to recruit 3364 teachers for its universities

Lalit Narayan Mithila University Patna: Bihar Public Service Commission (PSC) has notified for the recruitment of 3,364 Assistant Professors in the pay scale as recommended by the University Grants Commission from time to time and accepted by the Government of Bihar, for different subjects under different Universities and its constituent colleges in Bihar. Vacancies: 3,364 Assistant Professors Eligibility Criteria: Educational Qualification: Candidates should have completed their Master’s Degree/Ph.D from a recognised university or equivalent institute and candidates should have passed NET/SET... 

Patna sets up 24×7 control room to fix water-logging

  Rain havoc in Patna: an eternal monsoon issue Patna: The Patna Municipal Corporation (PMC) and Bihar Rajya Jal Parshad (BRJP) have jointly set up a 24X7 control room at Maurya Lok Complex to tackle the waterlogging problem this monsoon. It will be functional till October 10. Patnaites can file their complaint related to either waterlogging or defunct and overflowing drainage on helpline numbers 0612-22911135, 0612-2200634 and 0612-3261373 or at a toll-free number 18002000071. Additional municipal commissioner, PMC, Prabhu Ram, is the in charge of the control room. Officials work in eight... 

Patna gets go ahead for its metro

    Patna traffic chaos: Metro is the remedy? Patna: Bihar Urban Development Minister Samrat Choudhary on Tuesday gave the green signal to the much awaited Patna metro train project. Anyone who has travelled in the Delhi or Kolkata metro is well aware of what a metro facility means – apart from serving a very practical need it also raises the levels of hygiene, civility and regard for shared spaces that India otherwise lacks. The contrast between the cleanliness levels of metros and railway or bus stations in India is sufficiently telling. “We have decided to go ahead with the... 

Should Coal companies be made smaller: to increase production of power?

Coal in India: abundant or scarce? For a coal producer trying to navigate India’s complex federal structure, size matters. And the smaller the better. That harsh lesson was learnt by S Narsing Rao, the outgoing chairman and managing director of Coal India Ltd, the world’s biggest coal miner. While Rao has been at the helm in the past two years, Coal India has missed its annual output targets. But in the six years before that, Rao-led Singareni Collieries and the company beat output targets every year. Even though it is India’s second-biggest coal producer, it is small compared... 

Encephalitis spreads beyond Muzaffarpur: to Vaishali, Samastipur, Sheohar…

  Acute Encephalitis Syndrome : mystery unsolved Patna: Acute Encephalitis Syndrome (AES), so far limited to Muzaffarpur district, has now spread to neighbouring districts of Vaishali, Samastipur, Sitamarhi, Sheohar and East Champaran as 33 cases were reported from these districts recently. Confirming the spread of the disease, Principal Secretary of Health Department, Deepak Kumar, said, “Cases have been reported from adjoining districts of Muzaffarpur. We are providing all facilities for treatment of the ill children.” The spread of AES has put the state government on its toes,... 

New Ganga bridge to connect Khagaria with Sultanganj

  Ganga at Sultanganj Patna: CM Nitish Kumar on Sunday laid the foundation of a four-lane RCC cable-stayed bridge along with approach road across the Ganga at Aguani ghat under Parbatta block in Khagaria district, 42km from the district headquarters. The 3,160-metre-long bridge will be constructed at a cost of Rs 1,710.77 crore and connect Khagaria with Sultanganj in Bhagalpur district. It is scheduled to be completed within three years. It would link National Highway (NH) 31 and 107, reducing distance between Sultanganj and Khagaria, Saharsa, Supaul and Madhepura districts. The CM also... 

Hyderabad firm to automate PDS in Bihar: getting ready for food security

    IT backbone: to smoothen PDS? Patna/ Hyderabad: according to latest reports, Identity management and e-governance solutions company 4G Identity Solutions Pvt Ltd has won a Rs. 10-crore contract from the Bihar Government for automation and monitoring of the public distribution system (PDS). The hope and the plan here is that the automation would make the PDS processes and supply chain more efficient and even more important, more transparent for a vast population. The main components that would be implemented as part of this contract are GPS-based Fleet Tracking for grain transportation,... 

Foundation laid for Sone River bridge in Aurangabad

Sone River: Bihar Patna: while laying the foundation stone of a four-lane bridge over river Sone which will link Daudnagar in Aurangabad with Nasriganj in Rohtas, CM Nitish Kumar on Sunday said that during the past seven years about 12,000 bridges and culverts have been constructed of which Bihar Rajya Pul Nirman Nigam (BRPNNL). Although the Nigam was established in 1975 and in 30 years it could build only 375 bridges. The bridge will shorten the distance as on Daudnagar side it will be linked to NH- 98 and on Nasriganj side with state highway 15 thus linking Magadh to Bhojpur, while vehicles... 

When 011-27357169?

    Grab; grab the corrupt! New Delhi: 011-27357169  will be a helpline number which will assist you in doing a sting to catch the corrupt. The helpline will be open from 8am to 10pm everyday. The government is now in the process of acquiring a four-digit helpline number which is easier to remember. This announcement makes every citizen of Delhi an anti-corruption inspector. Teams of Delhi Police will be on standby for any assistance. State vigilance department has a team which will look into the matter. Fulfilling its promise made soon after coming into power, the AAP government in... 

India to emerge as global Solar Power with 60 solar cities across country?

    Solar power: taking charge? In early December, the World Bank said India was on the brink of becoming a global solar power. Under the government’s Jawaharlal Nehru National Solar Mission Phase-1 (JNNSM), which was initiated in January 2010 to promote sustainable growth, broadly expand solar power, and deal with the effects of climate change, India’s installed capacity of solar power has already jumped from about 30 megawatts to more than 2,000 MW. The World Bank noted that JNNSM has also helped bring down the cost of solar power to competitive levels — to about $0.12 per... 
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