Apply for 96 Senior Resident and Junior Resident Posts

GSVM Medical College Kanpur have invited applications for the Senior Resident and Junior Resident posts. Eligible and interested persons can apply for GSVM Medical College Kanpur Recruitment Notification 2021 through the prescribed application format on or before 08 & 10 March 2021.

GSVM Medical College Kanpur Recruitment 2021: GSVM Medical College Kanpur have invited applications for the Senior Resident and Junior Resident posts. Eligible and interested persons can apply for GSVM Medical College Kanpur Recruitment Notification 2021 through the prescribed application format on or before 08 & 10 March 2021.

Applications are invited from GSVM Medical College Uttar Pradesh (UP) in prescribed form through online mode only for various Assistant posts. The direct link for the online application official portal is available at GSVM Medical College, Kanpur website GSVM Medical College, Kanpur has already published the employment notice on 24 February 2021 regarding 96 posts. As per the GSVM Medical College, Kanpur post notification, these vacancies are assigned to Senior and Junior Resident post wise vacancy details are given below. Persons who are seeking central and state government jobs in GSVM Medical College, Kanpur can make the GSVM Medical College, Kanpur Registration by using GSVM Medical College, Kanpur login on or before 08 & 10 March 2021.

Important Date:

  • Application Form Closing Date: 08 & 10 March 2021

GSVM Medical College Kanpur Senior Resident and Junior Resident Vacancy Details

  • Senior Resident: 15 Posts
  • Junior Resident: 81 Posts

Eligibility Senior Resident and Junior Resident Job

MBBS Degree passes in recognized university/institute. Age Limit: 18 years to 54 years.


  • Senior Resident: Rs. 15600-Rs. 39100 Pay Grade Rs. 6600.
  • Junior Resident: Rs. 66000

Selection Process: Written Test, Interview and document verification will be conducted for selection of suitable persons for GSVM Medical College Kanpur Vacancy.

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How to Apply

Eligible and interested persons can apply for GSVM Medical College Kanpur Recruitment Notification 2021 through the prescribed application format on or before 08 & 10 March 2021.

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US Senate confirms Linda Thomas-Greenfield’s nomination as US ambassador to UN

The US Senate on February 23, 2021 confirmed Linda Thomas-Greenfield as US ambassador to the United Nations. Greenfield’s name was nominated for the post by US President Joe Biden.

The Senate voted 78-20 to confirm Thomas-Greenfield for the Cabinet-level position. Greenfield is the eighth confirmed member of President Joe Biden’s Cabinet.

Linda Thomas-Greenfield is a US diplomat with vast experience in Africa. She is a three-decade veteran of the US State Department. 

Key Highlights 

•  Linda Thomas-Greenfield is exceptionally qualified and in her new role, she will have to work to rebuild America’s reputation and reasserting the first instrument of American power and diplomacy. 

•  Her appointment comes as the Biden administration is taking steps to reassert the US position within the United Nations by reversing policy decisions taken by former President Trump’s administration, which left the US isolated globally. 

•  Her appointment also comes at a time when the US is rallying allies to push back against the military coup in Myanmar and amid the Biden administration’s renewed push for diplomacy to resolve the Yemeni civil war. 

•  However, Greenfield’s biggest task will be asserting US leadership and uniting allies to confront China’s influence and ambitions at the global body.

About Linda Thomas-Greenfield

•  Linda Thomas-Greenfield is a retired foreign service veteran, who had resigned during the Trump administration.

•  She will be the third African-American and the second African American woman to hold the post of UN ambassador to the UN. 

•  Greenfield is expected to work with international partners to confront their collective challenges head-on and play an active role in ensuring that the United Nations evolves with the demands of the era. 

Following her confirmation to the post, Thomas-Greenfield made it clear that there would be a change under Biden to re-engage internationally and promote American values.

She stressed that US leadership must be rooted in the country’s core values — “support for democracy, respect for universal human rights and the promotion of peace and security.” 

She added saying that effective diplomacy means developing “robust relationships,” finding common ground and managing differences, and “doing genuine, old-fashioned, people-to-people diplomacy.”

Apply for 296 Home Guard Volunteer Posts

Home Guard and Civil Defence Organization Recruitment 2021: Home Guard and Civil Defence Organization have invited applications for the Home Guard Volunteer posts. Eligible and interested persons can apply for Home Guard and Civil Defence Organization Recruitment Notification 2021 through the prescribed application format on or before 31 March 2021.

Applications forms in prescribed format are invited from eligible persons for enrolling 296 (Two hundred Ninety Six) Home Guard Volunteers in the Home Guard and Civil Defence Organization initially for a period of three (03) years only. The persons Who Have Already Served as Home Guard Volunteers Earlier Need Not Apply Again.

Important Date:

  • Application Form Closing Date: 31 March 2021

Home Guard and Civil Defence Organization Home Guard Volunteer Vacancy Details

  • Home Guard Volunteer: 296 Posts

Eligibility Home Guard Volunteer Job

Class 8th (VIII) Passed. Age Limit: Not less than 20 years and not more than 50 years as on the last date of receipt of applications forms i.e. 31 March 2021.

Selection Procedure

  1. i) Physical Test (Qualifying Run), ii) Height, iii) Written Test, iv) Oral Test, v) Diploma in Trade: Auto Electrician, Electrician, Moto Mechanic, Carpentry, Welding, Blacksmith etc. from recognized Institute.

2. The written examination of 35 marks will be held in the following subjects:

(i) General Knowledge: 1 5 marks   

(ii) General English:10 marks   

(iii) Mathematics: 10 marks   

  1. The minimum passing marks in the written examination will be 40% i.e. 14 marks. In case candidate scores less than 40% marks, he/she will be declared as Failed in the Written Examination. Only successful persons in the written examination will be called for oral interview.

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Eligible and interested persons can apply for Home Guard and Civil Defence Organization Recruitment Notification 2021 through the prescribed application format on or before 31 March 2021. The persons possessing the above mentioned qualifications as on 31 March 2021 and possessing 15 years Residence Certificate (valid) issued by the Competent Authority may submit their application forms to the Commandant Gen. Home Guards and Dir., Civil Defence, Panaji-Goa in the prescribed Application Form.

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Israel doles out small batches of vaccine as diplomatic perks

“Over the past month, a limited quantity of unused vaccines was accumulated; therefore, it has been decided to assist Palestinian Authority medical teams and several of the countries that contacted Israel with a symbolic quantity of vaccines,” the statement said.

The announcement did not say how many doses would be donated or name the recipient countries. Israeli media, citing diplomatic sources, said they included Honduras and Guatemala, which have opened embassies in Jerusalem. Also on the list reportedly were Hungary, which recently opened a trade mission in the city, and the Czech Republic, which has said it intends to open a diplomatic office of some kind there soon. Jerusalem is claimed as a capital by both Israel and the Palestinians.

Israel’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs declined to comment.

Using vaccine as an apparent diplomatic reward was criticized by some public health experts and by Netanyahu’s opponents.

“The fact that Netanyahu trades in vaccines funded by Israeli taxpayers without discussion and accountability shows that he is running a kingdom and not a country,” said Defense Minister Benny Gantz, who will oppose Netanyahu in elections next month.

Vaccine was also apparently a bargaining chip in a recent prisoner swap between Israel and Syria. In exchange for the return of an Israeli woman who illegally crossed the Syrian border, Israel reportedly agreed to pay for thousands of doses of the Russian Sputnik vaccine to be delivered to Damascus.

Israel has yet to publicly confirm that arrangement. A public health adviser to the government said Wednesday that the plans were still being finalized. The symbolic donation announced Tuesday is apparently unrelated to that larger effort.

Current Affairs in Short: 24 February 2021

Second phase of COVID-19 vaccination to begin in India from March 1

•  The second phase of COVID-19 vaccination will begin in India from March 1, 2021. Under this phase, people above the age of 60 years and those above 45 years of age with comorbidities will be vaccinated. This was informed by Union Minister Prakash Javadekar on February 24, 2021 while addressing a press conference after the Union Cabinet meeting.
•  All the beneficiaries will be vaccinated at 10,000 government and over 20,000 private vaccination centres. The vaccine will be given free of cost at government centres but those who would take the vaccine at private centres will have to pay for the vaccine shots. 
•  The amount of the vaccine shot will be decided by the health ministry within the next 3-4 days after discussing with manufacturers and hospitals.
•  Around 1,07,67,000 people have been vaccinated against COVID-19 so far in the first phase of vaccination which began on January 16, 2021. Almost 14 lakh people have received the second dose as well. In the first phase of the vaccination, only healthcare and frontline workers were vaccinated.

Cabinet approves imposition of President’s Rule in Puducherry

•  The Union Cabinet on February 24, 2021 approved the proposal to impose President’s Rule in Puducherry. The move comes just a few days after a Congress-led government in the union territory lost the trust vote in the assembly. 
•  Union Minister Prakash Javadekar announced the Cabinet decision, saying that the decision was taken as no party had claimed to form a government in Puducherry following the resignation of Chief Minister V. Narayanasamy. 
•  President Ram Nath Kovind on February 23 accepted the resignation of Puducherry Chief Minister V Narayanasamy and his council of ministers.
•  Following this, Puducherry’s Lieutenant General had recommended President’s Rule in Puducherry and the Union Cabinet gave its approval for the same. The President’s rule will be officially imposed on the UT after President Ram Nath Kovind gives his assent.
•  Puducherry is soon going to have elections.The Election schedule is expected to be announced by the Election Commission soon. 

Ishant becomes Second Indian fast bowler to play 100 Tests

•  Ishant Sharma has become the second Indian fast bowler to play 100 Test matches. He reached the milestone when he bowled the first over in India vs England pink-ball Test at the Narendra Modi Stadium in Ahmedabad on February 24, 2021.
•  Former Indian skipper Kapil Dev was the only fast bowler to achieve the feat before this. 
•  Sharma has also become the fourth Indian bowler and the eleventh Indian cricketer to feature in 100 Test matches. 
•  Kapil Dev (131), Anil Kumble (132) and spinner Harbhajan Singh (103) are the only bowlers other than Ishant to feature in 100 Tests for India.

Subject Expert Committee to discuss Dr Reddy’s application seeking emergency use of Sputnik V COVID-19 vaccine

•  The Central Drugs Standard Control Organisation’s (CDSCO) Subject Expert Committee (SEC) is scheduled to meet today to discuss Dr Reddy’s Laboratories application seeking emergency use approval (EUA) for Russia’s COVID-19 vaccine- SputnikV. 
•  Dr Reddy’s had partnered with the Russian Direct Investment Fund (RDIF) to conduct the clinical trials of the Sputnik V and for its distribution rights in India in September 2020. The vaccine is currently undergoing the phase 3 clinical trial in India.
•  According to Dr Reddy’s, Sputnik V vaccine has demonstrated an efficacy rate of 91.6 percent in the interim analysis of phase 3 clinical trial. The data covers  19,866 volunteers in Russia, who received both the first and second doses of the vaccine.
•  Overall, the Sputnik V vaccine has maintained a consistent efficacy at 91.8 percent even among the group of 2,144 volunteers over 60 years old. The vaccine has been developed by Russia’s Gamaleya National Research Institute of Epidemiology and Microbiology.

Union Environment Minister uses Sanskrit for first time at UNSC on climate change

•  Union Minister of Environment, Forest and Climate Change Prakash Javadekar used Sanskrit for the first time in United Nations Security Council (UNSC) Debate on climate change on February 23, 2021. 
•  Javadekar began his UNSC debate on climate change by addressing the other dignitaries with the Sanskrit hymn from Sukla Yajurveda. He asserted that there is no common, widely accepted methodology for assessing the connection between climate change, conflict and fragility.
•  He further added saying that fragility and climate impact are highly context-specific and the idea of climate action should not be to move the climate ambition goal post to 2050.
•  He emphasised on the importance of countries fulfilling their pre-2020 commitments and stated that climate action goes hand-in-hand with the framework for financial, technical and capacity-building support to countries that need it

The carbon offset API developer Patch confirms a $4.5 million round led by Andreessen Horowitz – TechCrunch

Patch, the carbon offset API developer, has raised $4.5 million in financing to build out its business selling customers a way to calculate their carbon footprint and identify and finance offset projects that capture the equivalent carbon dioxide emissions associated with that footprint. 

Confirming TechCrunch reporting, Andreessen Horowitz led the round, which also included previous investors VersionOne Ventures, MapleVC and Pale Blue Dot Ventures.

Patch’s application protocol interface works for both internal and customer-facing operations. The company’s code can integrate into the user experience on a company’s internal site to track things like business flights for employees, recommending and managing the purchase of carbon credits to offset employee travel.

The software allows companies to choose which projects they’d like to finance to support the removal of carbon dioxide from the atmosphere, with projects ranging from the tried and true reforestation and conservation projects to more high-tech early-stage technologies like direct air capture and sequestration projects, the company said. 

Patch founders Brennan Spellacy and Aaron Grunfeld, two former employees at the apartment rental service Sonder, stressed in an interview that the company’s offset work should not be viewed as an alternative to the decarbonization of businesses that use its service. Rather, they see Patch’s services as a complement to other work companies need to do to transition away from a reliance on fossil fuels in business operations.

Patch co-founders Brennan Spellacy and Aaron Grunfeld. Image Credit: Patch

Patch currently works with 11 carbon removal suppliers and has plans to onboard another 10 before the end of the first quarter, the company said. These are companies like CarbonCure, which injects carbon dioxide into cement and fixes it so that it’s embedded in building materials for as long as a building lasts.

“Carbon removal credits can help to dramatically accelerate the deployment of technologies like CarbonCure’s, which are absolutely critical to helping us reach our global climate targets. Demand for high-quality, permanent credits is sky-rocketing, and listing credits on Patch will help us to attract a broader range of buyers,” said Jennifer Wagner, president of CarbonCure Technologies, in a statement. 

It also has around 15 customers already using its service, according to earlier TechCrunch reporting. Those buyers include companies like TripActions and the private equity firm EQT, which intends to extend the integration of Patch’s API from its own operations to those of its portfolio companies down the road, according to Spellacy.

Grunfeld said that the company would be spending the money to hire more staff and developing new products. From its current headcount of six employees, Patch intends to bring on another 24 by the end of the year.

As the company expands, it’s looking to some of the startups providing carbon emissions audit and verification services as a channel that the company’s API can integrate with and sell through. These would be businesses like CarbonChainPersefoni and another Y Combinator graduate, SINAI Technologies.

“An increasing number of businesses are taking leadership positions in an effort to reduce emissions to try to counteract global warming,” said Jeff Jordan, managing partner at Andreessen Horowitz. “Patch makes it much easier for companies to add carbon removal to their core business processes, aggregating verified carbon-removal supply and offering turn-key access to it to companies through an easy-to-implement API.”