The Higher Education Department of Haryana has issued a set of guidelines pertaining to the recruitment in universities and asked the institutions to adopt the same. For group -B posts, universities will send requisitions to Haryana Public Service Commision (HPSC) and the commission will conduct examinations and the interview for these posts and the list of selected and recommended candidates would be sent to the university for appointment. For this, the statues/service rules of the universities are to be amended.
While in case of the appointment of the registrar, the statues me be amended to provide for a search-cum-selection committee consisting of Vice-chancellor as chairperson, one expert to be nominated by tte HPSC, one expert to be nominated by the State Higher Education Council, one expert to be nominated by the state government and one expert to be nominated by the Executive Council of the university. The constituted committee will recommend a panel of three names and the state government will recommend one name to the governor for appointment as registrar.
In case of appointment of other non-teaching officers of the university namely Finance Officer, Controller of Examination and Librarian, the above mentioned committee will recommend a panel of two names to the governor through state government and the governor will appoint one person as such. In continuation to this, for group C and D posts, the universities shall send requisition to Haryana Staff Selection Commission (HSSC) and the commission will conduct examination and the list of selected candidates will be provided to the university for the appointment.
Regarding the post of Assistant Professor (in case examinations are proposed to be held) the university will send requisition to HPSC and the commission will conduct examination and the list of the selected candidates with the marks obtained in the examination would be provided to the university. The selection committee shall hold an interview for selection and will consist of VC as chairperson, two experts in the concerned field to be nominated by the HPSC, one expert by the Haryana State Higher Education Council ( HSHEC) and an expert to be nominated the Chancellor. The final selection will be based on the combined marks obtained in examination conducted by the HPSC and the interview conducted by the committee, the weightage for which will be determined by the chancellor. The final selection shall be based on the combined marks obtained in the examination conducted by the HPSC and interview by the selection committee, the weightage for which shall be determined by the Haryana State Higher Education Council/government. The selection committee will provide two names in order of merit for appointment to the Vice Chancellor.
In this series, for the post of the Assistant Professor (in case only interviews are proposed to be held) common marking criteria for screening will be worked out by the state Higher Education Council for all universities with the approval of the government. The interview will carry a weightage of 12 percent in selection and 88 percent marks will be reserved for the marks obtained in academics and research. The committee will consist of a VC as chairperson, two academic experts nominated by the HPSC, one expert to be nominated by the HSHEC and one expert to be nominated by the chancellor. The selection committee will provide two names in order merit for appointment to the vice-chancellor.
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Kashmiri Pandit shot dead, 2nd attack in two days
A Kashmiri Pandit was shot dead in a terror assault in Shopian, Jammu and Kashmir, on Tuesday, and another person was hurt, according to a tweet from the J&K Police, who also noted that the injured person was receiving medical assistance at the nearby hospital. The dead have been identified as Sunil Kumar Bhat and his brother Pintu Kumar was hurt, according to the identification.
Police declared that the two were killed in an apple orchard.
“Terrorists fired upon civilians in an apple orchard in the Chotipora area of Shopian. One person died and one was injured. Both belong to the minority community. An injured person has been shifted to hospital. The area had been cordoned off.Further details shall follow,” the police said this afternoon.
Omar Abdullah, the leader of the National Conference and a former chief minister of J&K, strongly denounced the attack and expressed his sympathies. It was the most recent in a horrifying string of targeted killings that began in October of last year.
“Terribly sad news from South Kashmir today. An accident (referring to the death of at least six troops from the Indo-Tibetan Border Police who died after the bus they were in fell into a riverbed) and a militant attack have left a trail of death and suffering. I condemn the militant attack in Shopian unequivocally, in which Sunil Kumar was killed and Pinto Kumar injured. My condolences…”
Altaf Thakur, the Bharatiya Janata Party’s J&K spokesperson, declared that he “seriously condemns” the wicked act of terror.”
He said, “I strongly condemn this dastardly act of terror on innocent majority community members… in which one minority community member, Sunil Kumar, was killed and another injured. Terror has no religion. Killers should be punished.”
In less than 24 hours, Kashmir has experienced a second attack on Pandits who are not migrants.
Terrorists injured Karan Kumar Singh when they tossed a grenade at a home in Budgam on Monday, the day the nation celebrated its 75th Independence Day. Singh was taken to a hospital in Srinagar.
Bus carrying 39 ITBP personnel falls into riverbed in Pahalgam, rescue teams rushed
A major accident happened where an Indo-Tibetan-Border Police (ITBP) bus fell into a deep roadside river bed. Reportedly so far six soldiers have been martyred .
The bus carrying 37 ITBP personnel and two J-K Police was on its way from Chandanwari to Pahalgam. This information has been given by ITBP.
Meanwhile, the cause of the accident is said to be the brake failure of the bus. According to the police, six ITBP personnel have been martyred. The injured were rushed to Anantnag district hospital. The identity of the injured has not been disclosed yet.
“We are in touch with locals administration and teams and disaster management have been rushed to the site for the rescue operation,” the officials said.
Moreover, ITBP commandos have been sent to the spot so that the rescue operation can be done expeditiously. All the jawans going by bus were on duty for Amarnath Yatra and were coming back to Pahalgam. About 20 ambulances are engaged in rescue work on the spot.
Earlier on 29 June, the Amarnath Yatra began amid tight security arrangements made by the Central Reserve Police Force (CRPF).
However, further details about the incident are awaited.
The battle without the gun
The 5th Generation Warfare is a covert attempt to paralyse a nation and a battle not on the ground but of strategies to discredit and stymie its growth.The well-described Sun Tzu Strategy is unquestionably proving to be a great approach to debilitate the growth of any country, which lists down five agendas, i.e.,win all without fighting; avoid strength, attack weakness; deception and foreknowledge; speed and preparation; shape your opponent; and character-based leadership.
Daniel Abbot defines the 5th Generation Warfare as the war of “information and perception” which calls for tactics like social engineering, misinformation and cyber attacks, artificial intelligence and autonomous robots.
The tactic of psychological manipulation in order to decay the intellect, breach privacy, or fleece the people of a country is what can be called social engineering. In recent times, there have been instances where foreign powers have adopted certain methodologies, including baiting, scareware, pretexting, phishing, and spear phishing, to rob the nation.
Deliberately spreading deceptive and misleading information in order to influence actions and the entire persona in long run is a commendable tactic to vanquish the enemy nation. Be it fuelling political agenda or be it triggering extremism, misinformation has a vital role to play.
We need to outsmart the strives of the foreign nations to uproot the culture of our country with subtle poisoning of technology along with Cyber attacks and look beyond petty affairs to see the wider picture.
PM Modi, President Murmu extend greetings on Parsi New Year
On the occasion of Parsi New Year-Navroz Prime Minister Narendra Modi extended greetings to the people.
“Greetings on Parsi New Year. May the coming year be filled with joy, prosperity, and good health. Navroz Mubarak,” PM Modi said.
Earlier in the morning today, President Droupadi Murmu greeted the citizens and wished them to live together in harmony.
Taking to Twitter President Murmu said, “On the auspicious occasion of Parsi New Year, I extend my warm greetings and best wishes to all my fellow citizens, especially our Parsi brothers and sisters. The Parsi community has significantly contributed to the development of our nation through their hard work, dedication, and entrepreneurship. The inclusive culture of India inspires all the citizens to live together in harmony.”
Meanwhile, the Parsi New Year is also known as Navroz and its the beginning of the new Persian calendar. Followed by Zoroastrians Navroz is celebrated on the first day of the first month of the calendar. In the Persian language meaning of ‘Nav’ is new and ‘Roz’ means for the day, i.e. the ‘new day’.
Former Bihar Minister Subhash Singh passes away; Deputy CM Tejashwi Yadav pays tribute
Bihar Deputy Chief Minister Tejashwi Yadav expressed condolences on the demise of former Bihar Minister Subhash Singh on Tuesday.
Taking to Twitter Yadav said, “Received the sad news of the demise of former minister cum BJP MLA Shri Subhash Singh Ji from Gopalganj Sadar. Praying to God to give his soul a place at his feet and strength to his family members to bear the loss. Om Shanti.”
Former Bihar minister and BJP leader Subhash Singh passed away on Tuesday morning at AIIMS, Delhi.
Former Bihar Minister Tarkishore Prasad confirmed the news and said, “Heartfelt tributes to the former minister of Bihar government and MLA from Gopalganj, Subhash Singh on his death. May God give peace to his soul and strength to his bereaved family members to bear this loss. His death is an irreparable loss to the politics of Bihar and the BJP. Om Shanti.”
However, in 2015 Subhash Singh was an elected member of the Bihar Legislative Assembly from Gopalganj.
Tamil Nadu CM MK Stalin to visit Delhi; likely to meet President Murmu, PM Modi
Chief Minister of Tamil Nadu MK Stalin will visit Delhi on Tuesday. Stalin will be on a two-day visit to the national capital.
Meanwhile, Stalin is scheduled to arrive in Delhi on Tuesday. According to the information, CM Stalin will call on President Droupadi Murmu. He is also scheduled to meet Vice President Jagdeep Dhankhar and Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Wednesday.
Earlier on 15 August, Stalin unfurled the tricolor at Fort St George. While addressing people he said, “These are the urgent and necessary ideals for the nation today. We are administering the Dravidian model government which encompasses all such humanitarian ideals.”
“I am desirous of fulfilling the aspirations of every single individual of Tamil Nadu. I am involving myself every day in that initiative,” Stalin said.
Moreover, Chief Minister MK Stalin and PM Narendra Modi met at the opening ceremony of the 44th Chess Olympiad in Chennai.
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