Six new rail lines for West Bengal, three for other states
The six new lines for West Bengal are Tarakeshwar-Magra, Hasanabad-Hingalganj, Balurghat-Hilli, Kaliyaganj-Buniadpur, Bowaichandi-Arambagh and the …
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Please note that cut off marks and date given here, may not be 100% correct. We all are waiting for the final announcement from DPSC, Raiganj Uttar Dinajpur.
According to words of mouth which is floating around us, result of primary teacher selection exam may be published on 2nd march and cut off mark for Bengali medium is around 52 (Gen) and & 50 (OBC). For Hindi medium it is around 47.5 and 48.
Mark is calculated in this format:
65% of percentage of marks in Madyamik + 22% of percentage of marks in Basic training + 3 numbers for extra curricular + Marks obtained in the selection test.
So, If your percentage of marks in Madyamik is 70% and if you don’t have basic training and no marks for extra curricular and scored 8 numbers in selection test then your mark will be: 70×0.65 + 8 = 45.5+8=53.5
Railways to take up work on nine new lines
… Bagalkot-Kudachi, Hasnabad-Hingalganj, Balurghat-Hilli, Bhadrachalam Road-Sattupalli, Kaliyaganj-Baniadpur, Bowaichandi-Arambagh and Tarakeshwar-Magra. …
Six new rail lines for West Bengal, three for other statesThaindian.com
Raiganj, Feb. 18: Twenty people, including 10 women and two children, were killed when a private bus they were travelling in collided head-on with a sand-laden truck on NH34 at Rahatpur in North Dinajpur district today.
Police said 15 people had died on the spot, while two had succumbed to injuries on the way to the Raiganj district hospital. Three passengers died at the hospital where 27 others are being treated for injuries.
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Raiganj, Feb. 18 : Twenty people, including 10 women and two children, were killed when a private bus they were travelling in collided head-on with a sand-laden truck on NH34 at Rahatpur in North Dinajpur district today.
Sheikh Ansarul, one of the prime accused in the murder case of assistant sub-inspector Sanat Ghosh (40) in Ratua in Malda, has been arrested today from Raiganj.
HCC Infrastructure, a 100 per cent subsidiary of Hindustan Construction Company (HCC) has bagged three projects by National Highways Authority of India (NHAI) to develop three contiguous sections of nearly 256 km in length between Bahrampore and Dalkhola on NH-34 in West Bengal on a BOT (Toll) basis.
(RTTNews) – Hindustan Construction Company said that the company bagged three major orders from National Highways Authority of India for Rs.2,860 crore to develop three contiguous sections of about 256 kms on NH-34 in West Bengal. The projects include design, build, finance, operate and transfer Toll basis.
Archbishop Albert D'Souza- A person with divine mission and a dream
Dr. Alphonse SJ has been the Bishop of Raiganj in West Bengal; Fr. Edwin, originally serving in the Amravati Diocese went to Toronto in Canada; …