Assistant Professors Jobs in MNIT, Jaipur - May 2012

Malaviya National Institute of Technology (MNIT), Jaipur, Rajasthan invites applications for the Recruitment of Assistant Professors from Candidates with excellent academic background in various Departments:
Job Post: Assistant Professor 
Total Post: 91 Posts (SC=8, ST=4, OBC=27, PH=2, GEN=50)
Departments wise Posts: 
1. Architecture & Planning = 6 Post
2. Chemical Engg.= 06 Post
3. Civil Engg = 13 Post

4. Computer Engg. = 06 Post
5. Information Technology = 09 Post

6. Electrical Engg. = 05 Post
7. Electronics & Communication Engg.= 10 Post
8. Mechanical Engg. = 11 Post

9. Metallurgical & Materials Engg. = 07 Post
10. Chemistry = 04 Post
11. Physics = 06 Post
12. Humanities & Social Science = 02 Post

13. Management Studies = 01 Post
14. Mathematics =03 Post
15. Centre for Energy & Environment = 02 Post
Pay Scale : Rs.15600-39100 grade pay Rs.6000/-
Age : 35 years
How to Apply :  Apply Online at MNIT Jipur website on or before 21st May 2012
Last date: 21st May 2012
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ECIL Recruitment 2012 for 107 Engineers

Electronics Corporation of India Limited (ECIL), Hyderabad, AP invites applications for the post of Graduate Engineers Trainee(GET):
Job Post: Graduate Engineer Trainee (GET) 
Total Post: 107 posts (SC-13, ST-10, OBC-26, UR-58)( PH-10)
Discipline : First Class Engineering degree with 65% marks (55% for SC/ST) in ECE, EEE, E&I, CSE, Civil & Mechanical
Age : 25 years as on 30/04/2012
Pay Scale: Rs.16400-40500/- and after one year in Rs.20600-46500/-
Application Fee : Rs.200/- (SC/ST/PH candidates are exempted)
How to Apply : Please apply Online at ECIL website from 7th May 2012 to 21st May 2012. After applying on-line, the candidate is required to take the print out of registered on-line application form with system generated application number for future usage.
Last date: 21st May 2012

SC, ST Reservation in promotion, Political Parties want Constitution amendment

Political parties now demanded Constitutional Amendment to provide for promotion for SCs and STs in jobs, prompting the government to express readiness to convene an all-party meeting on the issue. During a short-duration discussion in the Rajya Sabha, members demanded the amendment in the wake of the Supreme Court quashing Uttar Pradesh government's decision in this regard recently. Replying to the discussion, Minister of State for Personnel V Narayanasamy said Prime Minister Manmohan Singh is seized of the matter and is willing to call an all-party meeting to build a consensus for bringing a legislation. Narayanasamy expressed deep concern over the issue and admitted much more was needed to be done for empowering the weaker sections of the society. He said different governments had in the past 4-5 times tried to bring Amendment to provide more privileges for SCs, STs and OBCs but they were unfortunately stuck down in the courts. Opposition BJP, CPI and CPI-M also accused the government of delaying such a crucial issue.
Khurshid said the primary restriction of 50 per cent maximum limit for reservation in jobs for SCs, STs and OBCs "ties the hands of the government" in doing much for them in proportion to their population. Citing figures, he said only 11.9 per cent SC officials are in class I jobs while their percentage in class II services is 14.3 per cent, in class III (16.2 per cent) and class IV (18.4 per cent). Similarly, STs constituted only 4.4 per cent in class I jobs, 5.4 per cent in class II services, 7.3 per cent in class III and 6.5 per cent in class IV, Narayanaswamy said and added "this is not sufficient." Samajwadi Party and even some Congress members demanded a timeframe for bringing Amendment to ensure reservation for SCs and STs in promotions.