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Thursday, 5 March 2020

Regarding payment of school for employees of the State Government under the Group Insurance Scheme

Regarding payment of school for employees of the State Government under the Group Insurance Scheme 

The Group Insurance Scheme for the employees of the State Government has been in force since 1-4 1982, as per the 
provision of the bad one, as per the 
provisions of this Scheme, 31 Savings and interest at the time of retirement, including insurance cover and interest during the current employment to the employees of the State Government.  According to the provisions of this scheme, 5% of the amount is deposited in the insurance fund and 5% is deposited at the section inside mp3.  On the occasion of the retirement and death of the employee from the date of 189 2019 to the date shown on the date of 189 2019, on the occasion of retirement and death, the employees were issued Jatu Insurance Scheme, meaning that the school's diameter selection calculation of the savings was issued as per the date from 1 1 2019 to 31 12 2019.  In the time of retirement and death, the cumulative savings along with interest to the employees, respectively, along with the resolution for calculating the election of local and insurance protection and interest, were calculated.  The issue of releasing the three as per marriage was under consideration of the government. At the end of the free consideration, the calculation of 7.9 per cent quarterly compound interest has been published.  Up to retirement, the cotton shown for each period as shown below is applicable  The agreement will be signed for two from the date on which the employee officer joined the scheme, from the date of Resolution 10 11 1981 till 31 12 2002 and the date 31 12 2018 is to come up.  It will apply


Regarding payment of school for employees of the State Government under the Group Insurance Scheme 

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Thursday, 21 March 2019

RAJYA SARKARI KARMCHARI NA JUTH VIMA BABAT PARIPATRA DATE-18-3-2019.·

RAJYA SARKARI KARMCHARI NA JUTH VIMA BABAT PARIPATRA DATE-18-3-2019.



The Gujarat Secondary and Higher Secondary Education Board (GSHSEB) has decided to make tougher the SSC multiple choice question (MCQ) paper. Say it interesting or untoward, but the board thinks its teachers are not up to the mark to do the job of setting tougher questions, and henceforth, has decided to outsource the work from some independent agencies.
The board’s officer on special duty (OSD), M M Pathan, revealed that an agency would be hired to devise a bank of tough MCQs that would aim at testing the students’ understanding about the subject. He further disclosed that last year around 5% questions in the MCQ paper of 50 marks were intentionally asked of a higher standard in order to scale up the knowledge level of board students. Following that, this year the number of tough questions would be bigger.
Viewing the competition scenario, the state board students should be in line with the students of central and international boards, and in order to make that happen, their level has to be raised, letting them perform equally well in the national level competitive exams, said.

Initially, the board had assigned the GSHSEB teachers for the task of formulating a bank of questions that would pose teasers to the students and cream out the brightest from the average students. But sadly, out of the 1, 500 questions submitted by the teachers of each subject, only 30 (apprx) were qualified to come into the category of 'tough'. Most of the questions were found to be picked from the 
guides available in the market.



RAJYA SARKARI KARMCHARI NA JUTH VIMA BABAT PARIPATRA DATE-18-3-2019.


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