Fort St. John RCMP respond to two accidents on Alaska Highway

first_imgYesterday’s crash happened at approximately 6:10 p.m. Due to road conditions at the time a tanker truck had slid into the ditch. There were secondary incidents where two vehicles slid into the ditch, avoiding a collision. There were no injuries as a result, however the highway was closed for four hours.This morning’s incident happened at 5:15 where the driver of a pick-up truck was attempting to pass another vehicle. As he was attempting the manoeuvre he was faced with an oncoming semi truck. As the driver applied his brakes in an attempt to avoid the collision he went into a skid and was t-boned by the semi. The passenger of the pick-up was taken to Fort St. John hospital with non life threatening injuries. Police say the highway is now open in both directions where the accident took place.In a release Corporal Jodi Shelkie stated, “We are very fortunate there were not more serious injuries or even fatalities in the collisions that happened last night. With fluctuating and warm weather patterns it’s important that all drivers slowdown. Give yourself extra time to get where you are going. Give yourself extra space between you and the vehicle in front. Pass with extreme caution. And, always be focused on your driving. Remember that the roads may look bare and dry but are actually quite icy.”- Advertisement -Police are using the incidents to remind motorists to use caution on the highway and within the city.last_img read more

Can you believe this John Terry statement? ‘There is no difference at Chelsea from last season’

first_imgJohn Terry says Chelsea’s underperforming players remain united behind manager Jose Mourinho.The champions are 16th in the Premier League after Southampton on Saturday inflicted a fourth loss in eight games.Terry started for the second time in six matches but the now familiar defensive failings were all too evident, leading to speculation Mourinho might be sacked, like many of his predecessors.The Blues boss has repeatedly denied fractures in relationships within the squad, particularly with Terry, who has now publicly spoken of his support for Mourinho.“We have a big group of players and we have the best manager who we remain behind and we remain together,” Terry told chelseafc.com.“That is what you do in tough circumstances. I have been here a long time and I have seen managers come and go and if anyone is going to get us out of this hole it is going to be Jose Mourinho.“And the players will remain together and fight, and keep fighting for the supporters because they were excellent on Saturday.”Chelsea paraded the title and the Capital One Cup through west London just five months ago and the speed of the decline is alarming. Terry reckons a lack of confidence is a major factor, but maintains there will be a response from the players. “We are not in the familiar position we are normally in,” the 34-year-old added. “We find ourselves in it and it is down to the group of players and the manager to get ourselves out of it and we must do that very soon.“Generally I think we are looking low on confidence but we have a big group of players in that dressing room and we need to stand up, which we will do. There is no difference from last season.“We need to be hungry like we were. Like many teams find, it is difficult to come back after winning the Premier League, we have seen it with Man City. “We are suffering a bit of late but we have big characters in the dressing room and we will remain together along with the manager and get ourselves out of this.”Chelsea resume after the international break at home against Aston Villa on October 17. “Once you can get one win you build on that,” Terry added. “We must win at home to Aston Villa after the international break, which is maybe a good opportunity for players to go away and clear their heads and come back after that and really kick on, because we need to start winning football matches.” 1 John Terry is backing Jose Mourinho last_img read more

LETTERKENNY BUSINESS MAN GETS TO MEET HIS HERO!

first_imgLetterkenny businessman Mairtin Kelly was delighted when he got the opportunity to meet his hero in the form of former SuperQuinn chairman Fergal Quinn. Kelly who owns the hugely successful Kelly’s Centra Mountain Top and diner said he jumped at the opportunity to meet Quinn.The former SuperQuinn chairmen was seen as a revolutionary leader in the grocery distribution industry and overseen some of its most innovative changes. Kelly who has turned his business into an incredible success says he was able to pick Quinn’s brain and also told him about his own business.Mairtin Kelly told Donegal Daily, “It was a real pleasure to meet with Feargal, I learned a lot from him over the years.“He was a towering figure in our industry and has been an incredible success.“It was great to tell him about my business and our success story. “He also gave me some great suggestions for our business moving forward, so look out for these in early 2015.“It was brilliant to meet him and he was very warm, insightful and interesting. LETTERKENNY BUSINESS MAN GETS TO MEET HIS HERO! was last modified: December 4th, 2014 by Mark ForkerShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) Tags:BusinessFeaturesFergaal QuinnMairtin KellySuperQuinnlast_img read more

A DONEGAL MAN CYCLES ACROSS AMERICA – ROGER HOLMES’ DARING DIARY

first_img“On Tuesday I set out, and I immediately encountered problems. Just silly stuff really, like having to juggle the weight of the luggage around on the bike, running into a headwind, heavy traffic and not having signal for navigation on either of my phones. (Im hoping to pick up a cheap Garmin with GPS soon). I cycled to Pier 41 and took the ferry across the bay. It took a lot longer and was a lot rougher than I had expected, and the bike and saddle bags got bashed around a bit and covered with sea salt. I had to spend a while tightening the luggage up again, and cleaning off the salt in case it causes problems later. It was a bit of a stuttering and embarrassing start to be honest, and I didn’t make much progress on the first day. But as the teething problems arose, I got over them by remembering why Im doing this. People have donated in memory of a loved one, and others have messaged me to wish me well while telling me of their battle with cancer. A few people who I haven’t even seen or heard of since I was at school have been in touch. It is a bit surreal and humbling.“People have donated stuff that I will need along the way, and I have had some great Donegal people who are living in the San Francisco bay area get behind the challenge by donating and offering to find places for me to stay up ahead on the road.Roger with his fully loaded bike complete with stars and stripes, Irish tricolor and an Irish Cancer Society balloon in San Francisco.“I’ve had offers of hospitality from Irish people in many different parts of the USA. We Irish really are a great bunch for helping each other out. There has been slagging of course, but it is all in good spirit. My favorite bit of banter was being called Forrest Gump on wheels! A man who was waiting on the ferry asked what national flag I was flying. When I said Ireland, he replied ‘Oh you should be wearing your kilt’ and ‘you guys have a pretty good soccer league, I like the Leicester Cities a lot’. Em, ok.“I am missing home and missing the Euro’s, but trying to catch up whenever I have wifi. The timezone has made it hard to see any of the matches so far. “Tomorrow evening I will start my first climb in the foothills of the Sierra Nevada. Im aiming for Echo Summit, or Johnson Pass, which is a little over seven thousand feet. That is the first big challenge. I will be happy to see Lake Tahoe and freewheel into Carson City.“There is a very long road up ahead, but all of the good luck messages, and keeping in mind what all of this is in aid of, is providing good motivation. Thanks to everyone on both sides of the Atlantic for the support so far. Trans Atlantic Cycle is underway, and every turn of the wheel now is taking me a little bit closer to home, and hopefully raising a little bit more every day for The Irish Cancer Society. A DONEGAL MAN CYCLES ACROSS AMERICA – ROGER HOLMES’ DARING DIARY was last modified: June 15th, 2016 by StephenShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) Tags:AmericacycledonegalIrish Cancer SocietyRoger Holmes Rogerwith Raymond Kim of Huckleberry Bicycles in Berkeley who set him up with the bike.Letterkenny man Roger Holmes is cycling across America in aid of the Irish Cancer Society.Not only is it going to be an exhausting and testing journey but he’s also finding it difficult to get watching Euro 2016!In his first diary for Donegal Daily, Roger sets the scene for what promises to be one great adventure! last_img read more

McHugh’s delight after Gaeltacht named in his Department’s title

first_imgThe Minister of State with responsibility for the Irish Language, the Gaeltacht and the Islands, Joe McHugh TD, has welcomed the Government’s decision today to include the Gaeltacht in his Department’s name.The Department of Culture, Heritage and the Gaeltacht is the Department’s new name, giving due recognition to the language and the Gaeltacht.“This is something that the Irish-language community have been calling for in recent weeks,” Minister of State McHugh said, “and I’m delighted to have secured this outcome following today’s meeting.” The Minister of State has also welcomed another important decision made today, that Irish-language issues will be discussed at two Government Committees from now on.One will with Social Policy and Public Services (including matters relating to Education, Children, Equality, Social Inclusion, Justice and the Arts) and the other will deal with with the Economy, Employment, Brexit and the Rural Development Action Plan.Language and gaeltacht affairs will be included across these areas“This decision is evidence that the Government understands the strong impact the Irish language has on the economy of the Gaeltacht,” said Government Chief Whip McHugh. “And it is also clear that this Government will be focussing more on the provision of public services to Irish-language speakers in their own language.“This decision will facilitate the implementation of the Government’s major policy measures relating to the language – the 20-Year Strategy for the Irish Language 2010-2030, the Policy on Gaeltacht Education and the Official Languages Bill (Amendment) 2017.”The Minister added: “It is through this reformed measure that I intend to put the Irish language centre stage when it comes to high quality public services, education services and economic matters.”McHugh’s delight after Gaeltacht named in his Department’s title was last modified: July 6th, 2017 by StephenShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) Tags:donegalGAELTACHTJoe McHughlast_img read more

Cold-Weather Performance of Polyisocyanurate

first_img This article is only available to GBA Prime Members Sign up for a free trial and get instant access to this article as well as GBA’s complete library of premium articles and construction details. The ability of insulation products to resist the flow of heat changes with temperature. Most insulation products — including fiberglass batts, extruded polystyrene (XPS), and expanded polystyrene (EPS) — perform better at low temperatures than high temperatures. At lower temperatures, there is less conduction, less convection, and less radiation — so insulation materials usually work better than they do at warmer temperatures.However, one type of rigid foam, polyisocyanurate, doesn’t follow this pattern. At temperatures below 50°F, polyiso performs worse than it does at a mean temperature of 75°F.Although many building scientists have known about this phenomenon for years, published data from recent testing by Chris Schumacher and John Straube — two researchers at Building Science Laboratories in Waterloo, Ontario — have sparked new questions about the performance of polyiso at cold temperatures. (See links to previous GBA reports on the topic in the “Related Articles” sidebar, below.) There are two ways that polyiso can disappoint Some people confuse the problem of polyiso’s poor cold-weather performance with a different problem — that of “thermal drift.” The phrase “thermal drift” refers to the gradual dissipation of gaseous blowing agents which are replaced by air as they exit the foam. This process takes several years.Gaseous blowing agents are chosen for their thermal properties, so the escape of these gases causes the R-value of polyiso to decline. Polyiso manufacturers have faced decades of criticism from those who assert that thermal drift makes the R-value labels on polyiso unrealistic. Responding to these critics, polyiso manufacturers agreed in 2002 to adopt a new method of R-value testing, the “long-term thermal resistance” (LTTR) method. This testing method strives to come up with a more realistic R-value for polyiso — one that takes thermal… center_img Start Free Trial Already a member? Log inlast_img read more

DaVinci Resolve Tip: Use Color Keys to Fix White Balance

first_imgFixing color issues when working with mixed color temperature footage can be simplified utilizing color keys in DaVinci Resolve.Top image via ShutterstockAttempting to color grade footage that suffers from mixed color temperatures can be quite difficult to say the least. Often you may be faced with a color-grading scenario where the footage you’re working with is relatively well lit and properly white balanced, but there’s a light source somewhere in the frame that throws off the color balance.A common example of this occurs when shooting inside a home that’s lit completely with tungsten lights (which are around 3200K). If a window is present in the shot, and there’s daylight spilling through (at 5600K), the window light will appear very blue in contrast to the warm tungsten lights.This is just one of countless examples, as mixed color temperature issues can occur in so many different ways. No matter what your specific issue may be with mixed color temperature, the remedy will always involve the following three steps.1. White Balance for Skin TonesIn a worst case scenario when you have multiple light sources intersecting (each of which has a different color temperature), you can’t simply set your white balance to 3200 or 5600 and hope for the best. You’ll need to use your eye to adjust your color wheels until the overall balance feels relatively neutral, and most importantly so that the skin tones look natural.If you’re adjusting your RAW settings and dialing in white balance numerically, you might end up with a number around 4300 or 4700 — it will likely be an arbitrary number that falls within the average range of all the sources that are lighting the frame.Once you have your balance set (either using color wheels or a dedicated white balance setting), and the skin tones are looking natural, you can move on to the next step.2. Color KeysThis is the most critical step of the process, as it will help you isolate the problem areas within your shot. Assuming the skin tones in your footage are now natural looking, chances are there’s an area of your frame that looks completely off. For example, as stated above, you might have a window in the background that appears a vibrant blue color, which is clearly going to be distracting to the viewer.In DaVinci Resolve, you can simply use your qualifier tab to select the bright blue color in the background of your shot. As with any qualifier selection, you’ll want to refine things by adjusting the softness, symmetry, and other settings until you have perfectly isolated the problem area. From there, simply use your color wheels to adjust the color as needed. In the scenario described above, you’d likely want to push a lot of warmth into the highlights and midtones, and desaturate things overall.3. Final TouchesBy this point, your image should be looking pretty good. The skin tones should still look the same as they did in step one, but now, of course, your window light (in this example) has been adjusted to compensate for the color temperature issues. Even still, you’ll likely want to do some more work on your footage to help everything blend in together.Often when working with multiple color keys, it’s a good idea to create an additional node in your structure to allow for some overall/global adjustments to be made. For example, you might want to do an overall color balance at this point and start to give your image some style. You may want to desaturate overall or warm everything up — all according to your creative preference. Regardless of what you choose, this step will help any color temperature inconsistencies disappear completely.Always remember: fixing these types of issues in post will never look as perfect as getting it right on set. Working with footage that has been shot in a controlled lighting environment with a color card (or gray card) will always be the best option — and save you a lot of time in post.For those of you also shooting your own footage, be sure to check out this short clip from Curtis Judd in which he showcases another useful white balance technique in DaVinci Resolve:last_img read more

Phoolka urges Punjab Speaker to accept his resignation

first_imgAam Aadmi Party leader H.S. Phoolka, who had stepped down as Punjab MLA in October, on Tuesday met the Assembly Speaker and urged him to accept his resignation.Mr. Phoolka said he submitted a letter to Rana K.P. Singh, informing him that he would not rethink his resignation, adding that the Speaker assured him that his decision would be considered. It was earlier believed that the lawmaker from Dakha had not submitted the resignation in a proper format. The AAP leader had stepped down to press for immediate action against those accused in the sacrilege cases that rocked the State in 2015. Mr. Phoolka claimed that the Congress government had not taken the desired action against those named in the findings of the Justice Ranjit Singh Commission report on sacrilege incidents. In his letter to the Speaker, Mr. Phoolka wrote, “I have sent my resignation from the post of MLA vide letter dated 12.10.2018, but I have not received any communication from you regarding the same.” ‘Appearing in person’ “Today I am appearing in person to communicate that I have resigned as a Member of the Legislative Assembly and request you to kindly accept my resignation. After accepting my resignation, kindly inform the House during ensuing session which is commencing from December 13,” he added. If his resignation is accepted, the AAP’s strength in the Vidhan Sabha will drop to 19 MLAs, eight of whom have formed a rebel group led by Sukhpal Singh Khaira.last_img read more

FIFA World Cup 2014: Five key players from Honduras

first_imgWilson Palacios and Carlo Costly will be crucial for Honduras in the World CupPlaying at the World Cup for only the third time, teamwork and organization will be key for Honduras.Just qualifying for the tournament in Brazil was a massive achievement, but now the focus is on finally winning a match on football’s biggest stage.Here are five players to watch:CARLO COSTLYCarlo Costly is a tall striker who has been unable to find consistency in his club career.He has played in Poland, England, Romania, Mexico, the United States, Greece and China, but returned to Honduras with Real Espana early in 2014.Despite the globe-trotting, Costly has remained a central focus of the Honduran national team since debuting in 2007, although he missed out on the last World Cup because of injury.Costly uses his physical strength and aerial prowess to cause problems for defenders. He holds the ball up for his teammates and is an awkward player to mark.The former Birmingham player scored a famous goal for Honduras in World Cup qualifying, netting a second-half winner at Estadio Azteca to seal victory over Mexico.JERRY BENGTSONJerry Bengtson is Honduras’ other tall, powerful striker.The Costly-Bengtson partnership has the ability to cause problems for group rivals Ecuador, France and Switzerland at the World Cup.The New England Revolution player scored nine goals in 12 games in CONCACAF qualifying and is known for his all-around ability to both play with his back to goal and create opportunities for himself.advertisementBengtson made a name for himself outside of the Americas at the 2012 Olympics, scoring the goal that defeated Spain 1-0 to knock the European nation out of the tournament.EMILIO IZAGUIRRELeft back Emilio Izaguirre plays for Scottish champion Celtic and is one of the only Honduras players – along with Wilson Palacios and Andy Najar – with experience playing in the Champions League.The defender is best known for his forays down the left flank, but his crossing into Costly and Bengtson is one of the most dangerous aspects of the team.Izaguirre has previously been linked with big-name clubs outside Scotland, where he was voted the first division’s 2010 player of the year by his peers.MAYNOR FIGUROAWith more than 100 appearances for the national team and more than 200 Premier League games, Maynor Figueroa is one of Honduras’ most experienced players and is charged with leading the defense at the World Cup.Figueroa plays at left back for Hull, where he moved from Wigan in 2013, but is a central defender for Honduras, partly due to Izaguirre’s quality. He has a knack of scoring spectacular goals, including one in December 2009 from his own half when playing for Wigan.Goalkeeper Noel Valladares is Honduras’ captain, but Figueroa is one of the main leaders in the team.WILSON PALACIOSA combative defensive midfielder, Wilson Palacios’ best moment came at Tottenham when he dominated AC Milan midfielder Clarence Seedorf in the Champions League in 2011.Palacios became Honduras’ most expensive player when Tottenham signed him from Wigan in 2009.The central midfielder has struggled following a move to Stoke in August 2011, failing to break into the first team on a regular basis, although he remains a key figure for Honduras and a leader on the field.Tragedy struck Palacios’ family in 2009 when his younger brother was found dead in Honduras. He had been kidnapped in 2007.last_img read more

Uttarakhand Public Service Commission hiring for 237 posts

first_imgUttarakhand Public Service Commission (UKPSC) has invited applications for recruitment to 237 posts. Interested and eligible candidates can apply latest by September 24.Post details:Total posts: 237 postsPost names:Deputy Collector, Uttarakhand Civil Services (Executive Branch): 16 postsPolice Deputy Superintendent (Home Ministry): 21 posts Agriculture Service Grade-2 Section-B (Development Branch) Agriculture Department: 5 postsAgriculture Service Grade-2 Section-C (Plant Conservation Branch) Agriculture Department: 2 postsAgriculture Service Grade-2 Section-C (Chemical Branch) Agriculture Department: 2 posts Agriculture Service Grade-2 Section-C (Statistics Branch) Agriculture Department: 2 posts Agriculture Service Grade-2 Section-D (Engineering Branch) Agriculture Department: 1 postDistrict Social Welfare Officer (Social Welfare Department): 6 postsAssistant Sugarcane Officer (Sugarcane Department): 2 postsPromotion Officer/ Public Relation Officer (Sugarcane Department): 1 postsAssistant Divisional Transport Officer (Transport Department): 5 posts Work Officer District Panchayat (Panchayati Raj Department): 6 postsBlock Development Officer (Village Development Department): 32 postsFinance Officer (Finance Department): 23 postsAssistant Labour Commissioner (Labour & Employment Department): 3 posts Assistant Director (Sanskrit Education Department): 6 posts District Tourism Development Officer (Culture Tourism & Sports Department): 9 postsPromotion Officer/ Public Relation Officer (Culture Tourism & Sports Department): 2 postsDistrict Saving Officer (Finance Department): 1 postSub Registrar (Finance Department): 19 postsInformation Officer/ District Information Officer (Information Department): 11 postsTransportation Tax Officer-I (Transport Department): 11 posts District Youth Welfare & Provincial Guard Team Officer (Yuva Kalyan Evam Praanteey Rakshak Dal Vibhag): 4 postsChild Development Planning Officer (Women & Child Welfare Department): 39 postsDistrict Fulfillment Officer (Food & Civil Supplies Department): 2 postsRegional Food Officer (Food & Civil Supplies Department): 5 postsProbationary Officer (Social Welfare Department): 1 post    Eligibility criteria:Educational qualification:The candidates should have a relevant degree in the concerned department they are applying for.  Agelimit: Deputy Collector, Uttarakhand Civil Services (Executive Branch): The candidates appplying for this post should be aged between 21 and 42 years.Police Deputy Superintendent (Home Ministry): The candidates appplying for this post should be aged between 21 and 42 years. Agriculture Service Grade-2 Section-B (Development Branch) Agriculture Department: The candidates appplying for this post should be aged between 21 and 42 years.Agriculture Service Grade-2 Section-C (Plant Conservation Branch) Agriculture Department: The candidates appplying for this post should be aged between 21 and 42 years.Agriculture Service Grade-2 Section-C (Chemical Branch) Agriculture Department: The candidates appplying for this post should be aged between 21 and 42 years. Agriculture Service Grade-2 Section-C (Statistics Branch) Agriculture Department: The candidates appplying for this post should be aged between 21 and 42 years. Agriculture Service Grade-2 Section-D (Engineering Branch) Agriculture Department: The candidates appplying for this post should be aged between 21 and 42 years.District Social Welfare Officer (Social Welfare Department): The candidates appplying for this post should be aged between 21 and 42 years.Assistant Sugarcane Officer (Sugarcane Department): The candidates appplying for this post should be aged between 21 and 42 years.Promotion Officer/ Public Relation Officer (Sugarcane Department): The candidates appplying for this post should be aged between 21 and 42 years.Assistant Divisional Transport Officer (Transport Department): The candidates appplying for this post should be aged between 21 and 42 years. Work Officer District Panchayat (Panchayati Raj Department): The candidates appplying for this post should be aged between 21 and 42 years.Block Development Officer (Village Development Department): The candidates appplying for this post should be aged between 21 and 42 years.Finance Officer (Finance Department): The candidates appplying for this post should be aged between 21 and 42 years.Assistant Labour Commissioner (Labour & Employment Department): The candidates appplying for this post should be aged between 21 and 42 years. Assistant Director (Sanskrit Education Department): The candidates appplying for this post should be aged between 21 and 42 years. District Tourism Development Officer (Culture Tourism & Sports Department): The candidates appplying for this post should be aged between 21 and 42 years.Promotion Officer/ Public Relation Officer (Culture Tourism & Sports Department): The candidates appplying for this post should be aged between 21 and 42 years.District Saving Officer (Finance Department): The candidates appplying for this post should be aged between 21 and 42 years.Sub Registrar (Finance Department): The candidates appplying for this post should be aged between 21 and 42 years.Information Officer/ District Information Officer (Information Department): The candidates appplying for this post should be aged between 21 and 42 years.Transportation Tax Officer-I (Transport Department): The candidates appplying for this post should be aged between 21 and 42 years. District Youth Welfare & Provincial Guard Team Officer (Yuva Kalyan Evam Praanteey Rakshak Dal Vibhag): The candidates appplying for this post should be aged between 21 and 42 years.Child Development Planning Officer (Women & Child Welfare Department): The candidates appplying for this post should be aged between 21 and 42 years.District Fulfillment Officer (Food & Civil Supplies Department): The candidates appplying for this post should be aged between 21 and 42 years.Regional Food Officer (Food & Civil Supplies Department): The candidates appplying for this post should be aged between 21 and 42 years.Probationary Officer (Social Welfare Department): The candidates appplying for this post should be aged between 21 and 42 years.Pay scale:advertisementadvertisementDeputy Collector, Uttarakhand Civil Services (Executive Branch): Rs 15,600-39,100 + GP Rs 5,400Police Deputy Superintendent (Home Ministry): Rs 15,600-39, 100 + GP Rs 5,400 Agriculture Service Grade-2 Section-B (Development Branch) Agriculture Department: Rs 15,600-39,100 + GP Rs 5,400Agriculture Service Grade-2 Section-C (Plant Conservation Branch) Agriculture Department: Rs 15,600-39,100 + GP Rs 5,400Agriculture Service Grade-2 Section-C (Chemical Branch) Agriculture Department: Rs 15, 600-39,100 + GP Rs 5,400 Agriculture Service Grade-2 Section-C (Statistics Branch) Agriculture Department: Rs 15,600-39,100 + GP Rs 5,400 Agriculture Service Grade-2 Section-D (Engineering Branch) Agriculture Department: Rs 15,600-39,100 + GP Rs 5,400District Social Welfare Officer (Social Welfare Department): Rs 15,600-39,100 + GP Rs 5,400Assistant Sugarcane Officer (Sugarcane Department): Rs 15,600-39,100 + GP Rs 5,400Promotion Officer/ Public Relation Officer (Sugarcane Department): Rs 15,600-39,100 + GP Rs 5400Assistant Divisional Transport Officer (Transport Department): Rs 15,600-39,100 + GP Rs 5,400 Work Officer District Panchayat (Panchayati Raj Department): Rs 15,600-39,100 + GP Rs 5400Block Development Officer (Village Development Department): Rs 15,600-39,100 + GP Rs 5,400Finance Officer (Finance Department): Rs 15,600-39,100 + GP Rs 5,400Assistant Labour Commissioner (Labour & Employment Department): Rs 15,600-39,100 + GP Rs 5,400 Assistant Director (Sanskrit Education Department): Rs 15,600-39,100 + GP Rs 5,400 District Tourism Development Officer (Culture Tourism & Sports Department): Rs 15,600-39,100 + GP Rs 5,400Promotion Officer/ Public Relation Officer (Culture Tourism & Sports Department): Rs 15,600-39,100 + GP Rs 5,400District Saving Officer (Finance Department): Rs 15,600-39,100 + GP Rs 4,200Sub Registrar (Finance Department): Rs 15,600-39,100 + GP Rs 4,200Information Officer/ District Information Officer (Information Department): Rs 15,600-39,100 + GP Rs 4,200Transportation Tax Officer-I (Transport Department): Rs 15,600-39,100 + GP Rs 4,200 District Youth Welfare & Provincial Guard Team Officer (Yuva Kalyan Evam Praanteey Rakshak Dal Vibhag): Rs 15,600-39,100 + GP Rs 4,200Child Development Planning Officer (Women & Child Welfare Department): Rs 15,600-39,100 + GP Rs 4,200District Fulfillment Officer (Food & Civil Supplies Department): Rs 15,600-39,100 + GP Rs 4,200Regional Food Officer (Food & Civil Supplies Department): Rs 15,600-39,100 + GP Rs 4,200Probationary Officer (Social Welfare Department): Rs 15,600-39,100 + GP Rs 4,200Selection Process:The candidates will be short listed on the basis of their performances in the preliminary exam, main exam, physical test and an interview.How to apply:In order to apply, the candidates are required to log in to the official website and fill in the applications, online.last_img read more