Indian Coast Guard Recruitment 2019 for Navik GD Posts: Check how to apply

first_img Next Indian Coast Guard Recruitment 2019 for Navik GD Posts: Check how to applyIndian Coast Guard invited online applications for recruitment to the post of Navik (General Duty) 10+2 ENTRY – 01/2020 Batch.advertisement India Today Web Desk New DelhiAugust 9, 2019UPDATED: August 9, 2019 17:23 IST Indian Coast Guard invited online applications for recruitment to the post of Navik (General Duty) 10+2 ENTRY – 01/2020 Batch.Indian Coast Guard invited online applications for recruitment to the post of Navik (General Duty) 10+2 ENTRY – 01/2020 Batch.Eligible candidates can apply for the post through the official website on or before from 26 August to 01 September 2019.Important DatesStarting Date for Online Application Submission – August 26, 2019Last Date for Online Application Submission – September 1, 2019, till 05:00 PMIndian Coast Guard Navik Vacancy DetailsNavik (General Duty) 10+2 ENTRY – 01/2020 BatchEligibility Criteria for Indian Coast Guard Navik PostEducational Qualification and Experience:10+2 passed with Maths and Physics from an education board recognized by Central/State Government with minimum 50 percent aggregate marks. (5 percent relaxation in minimum cut off will be given for SC/ST candidates and outstanding sports personnel of National level who have obtained 1st, 2nd or 3rd position in any field sports events at the Open National Championship/ Interstate National Championship. This relaxation will also be applicable to the wards of Coast Guard uniform personnel deceased while in service).Age Limit: 18 to 22 YearsHow to Apply for Indian Coast Guard Navik Posts 2019The Eligible candidates can apply to the post in the prescribed format through official website www.joinindiancoastguard.gov.in from August 26 to September 1, 2019.Read: AP Govt Recruitment 2019 for 7966 Junior Lineman in APEPDCL , APSPDCL: Check all details hereRead: Calcutta High Court recruitment 2019: 25 posts for PA/ StenographerGet real-time alerts and all the news on your phone with the all-new India Today app. Download from Post your comment Do You Like This Story? Awesome! Now share the story Too bad. Tell us what you didn’t like in the comments Posted byKajari Goswamilast_img read more

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British mother smothered to death in front of son during robbery at

first_imgA British woman has been murdered in a robbery at her home in Mauritius while her young son was in the house.It is thought Janice Farman, 47, may have been smothered by the thieves, who stole jewellery and money and escaped in her car.Police were called to the property at Albion on the Indian Ocean island at about 1am on Friday and discovered Ms Farman’s body in bed.Officers also found her 10-year-old autistic son in the property and have passed him into the care of the child development unit. Police have launched an investigation and are hunting three suspects. The car has been found and will be examined by specialists.A police spokesman in Mauritius said: “At about 1am on Friday, police received a report that there had been a case of murder in Albion.”Police went to the property and found the woman lying in bed. The suspects drove away in the victim’s car. The car has been found. It will be examined and we hope we will get evidence from the vehicle.”Ms Farman, thought to originally be from Clydebank, West Dunbartonshire, was managing director of PECS Data Services in Mauritius.Stephen Littlechild, group MD of PECS Data Services, said: “Last night our MD in Mauritius Janice Farman was brutally murdered in her own home. Want the best of The Telegraph direct to your email and WhatsApp? Sign up to our free twice-daily  Front Page newsletter and new  audio briefings. She is the most kind-hearted lady I have met in my lifecolleague of Janice Farman “In view of these tragic events, we have decided to close our Mauritius office today, so we can make sure all our team have access to counsellors and as a mark of respect to a wonderful lady.”Our thoughts are with Janice’s family, friends and colleagues.”A colleague, who did not want to be named, said: “She is the most kind-hearted lady I have met in my life. She would never hesitate to offer her help as and when needed.”As a friend – she would help me every time I would be in distress.”She always knew when something was wrong with me, so she would do her utmost possible, so we could go out on lunch or something so we can discuss everything and try to sort things out.”last_img read more

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