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Goaresults.nic.in & Gbshse.gov.in GBSHSE 10th SSC Results 2015: Goa Board Class 10th X SSC Results 2015 to be declared soon

Though they can check their scores online, theur passing certificate cum statement of Grade/Marks will be done on 26th May 2015 from 3 pm to 5:30 pm.

Students from Goa who had appeared for their SSC exams will get their results today. The results will be published in their website at 6.00 pm. This year, 21190 candidates appeared for the exams between March 31 to April 17.Though they can check their scores online, theur passing certificate cum statement of Grade/Marks will be done on 26th May 2015 from 3 pm to 5:30 pm.Students who go to school in the Mormugao Taluka get their results from St. Andrew’s Institute, Vasco, while schools in the Canacona Taluka can get it from Salcete Loyola High School, Margao, and Kepem Taluka from Sanguem SES High School, Curchorem, whereas Ponda Taluka from Dharbandoda AJ De Almeida High School, Ponda, Tiswadi Taluka from Progress High School, Panaji, Bardez Taluka from Pernem Dnyanprasarak Vidyalaya, Mapusa and Bicholim Taluka from Sattari Progress High School, Sankhali.<!– Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>The fficial website of the Goa SSC board is http://gbshse.gov.in/ or they can check http://goaresults.nic.in/. Students can use these website to get the reults before collecting the certificates. They can access the webpage with the results using their exam roll number and their date of birth.An alternative to this is through the IVRS. For accesing the result through IVRS, theywill have to call to 58888 or dial *588#.

Goa Board SSC Exam Results 2015: Goaresults.nic.in & Gbshse.gov.in GBSHSE Class 10th X SSC Results 2015 to be declared today at 6 PM

Students can access results through the official websites, SMS as well as IVRS.

The results for 10th standard SSC exams offered by the Goa Board will be announced today at 6 PM.The results will be made available on the official website of board http://gbshse.gov.in/ or at http://goaresults.nic.in/. Students can check their scores at these websites. Students can access their results by entering their exam roll number as well as date of birth.Another simple way students can get their results is through the IVRS. To obtain results via IVRS, students will need to make a call to 58888 or dial *588#. <!– Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>The distribution of Passing certificate cum statement of Grade/Marks will be done on 26th May 2015 from 3 pm to 5:30 pm.School falling in Mormugao Taluka can collect their results from St. Andrew’s Institute, Vasco, Canacona Taluka can collect from Salcete Loyola High School, Margao, Kepem Taluka from Sanguem SES High School, Curchorem, Ponda Taluka from Dharbandoda AJ De Almeida High School, Ponda, Tiswadi Taluka from Progress High School, Panaji, Bardez Taluka from Pernem Dnyanprasarak Vidyalaya, Mapusa and Bicholim Taluka from Sattari Progress High School, Sankhali.This year the Goa Board SSC exams were held from March 31 to April 17. 21190 candidates registered for the exam, according to the Board.

Supreme Court upholds quota for bank workers during promotions

Ravi Jadhav
dna
In a significant judgment, the supreme court has ruled that SC and ST employees in public sector banks are entitled to reservation in the promotion of officer grade and directed banks to provide quota for these employees in the Promotion from Management Grade Scale-I (Scale-I) upto Scale VI officers. What happens if there aren’t SC/ST applicants?While disposing of a batch of petitions on the issue, the court, however, clarified that promotion in the officers cadre cannot be given on the ground of non-adequate representation of SC/ST employees. What dis Central Bank want?The court rejected the Central Bank of India ‘s argument that there is no rule of reservation for promotion in the Class A (Class-I) to the posts having basic salary of more than Rs 5,700 and their promotion should be based on the standard of performance.According the bank, the rule of reservation is followed for promotions from clerical grade to the lowest rank in the officer Grade (scale-I) but for above scale only a concession for promotion is provided for officers belonging to SC/ST category,but there is no mandatory provision of reservation. What prompted SC ruling?A bench of justices Chelamenswar and AK Sikri has allowed the pleas of SC and ST bank employees while relying on an office memorandum of the Department of Public Enterprises issued on November 8, 2004 under which, the salary limit has been revised from Rs 5,700 to Rs 18,300 as per the 5th Central Pay Commission and in the case of Public Sector Undertakings like banks the limit is fixed at Rs 20,800.”…..The said pay ceiling is achieved in the appellant Banks only when an officer reaches Scale-VII. As a result, the policy of no reservation in the matter of promotion is applicable only from Scale-VII and above. It, therefore, clearly follows that insofar as promotion from Scale-I to Scale-II, Scale-II to Scale-III, Scale-III to Scale-IV, Scale-IV to Scale-V, Scale-V to Scale-VI are concerned, reservation is to be provided. The appellant Banks, therefore, cannot take umbrage under the Memorandum (1997) and deny reservation in favour of SC/ST employees while carrying out promotions upto to Scale-VI,” the bench said. What worries banks?The bench rejected the bank’s contention that grant of reservation in promotion from Scale-I level onwards would affect efficiency and the officers belonging to SC/ST have been promoted only on the basis of their own merit/performance.