Wednesday, January 30, 2008
Saturday, January 26, 2008
Human Resources Executive
Senior Retail Sales Associates
C/o. West Asia -HRM Division Ali Tower
55 Greams Road,Chennai 6
Saturday, January 19, 2008
Wednesday, January 16, 2008
CRM Siebel Development Team Leader
CRM Siebel Developer
Billing Team Leader - Portal Infranet
Developers - Portal Infranet
Mediation & Service Provisioning Team Leader
Developers – Mediation & Service Provisioning
Interconnect & Settlement Team Leader
Quality Assurance Team Leader
J2EE EAI Team Leader
J2EE EAI Developer
MQ Series Administrator
Portal Billing System Administrator
Quality Assurance Test Engineer
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SENIOR ACCOUNTS ASSISTANTS / ACCOUNTS ASSISTANTS
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SENIOR REPORTERS / REPORTERS
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The compensation and benefits offered for the said positions will be the best on par with the industry, commensurate with qualification and experience. Excellent career prospects shall be provided to the deserving candidates.
Friday, January 11, 2008
Project Manager, Saudi Arabia
Assistant Project Manager,UAE
Assistant Development Manager,UAE
Quantity Surveyor, UAE
Senior Quantity Surveyor,AE
Managing QS, UAE
MEP Coordinator, UAE
Facilities Management (Plumbers / Electricians / Mechanics / HVAC technicians),UAE
Water and wastewater, Resident engineers, Sharjah and RAK, UAE
Principal coastal engineer, Dubai
Business system auditor, Sharjah
MEP Inspector, Business Bay Project, Dubai
Air transport, UK and Dubai
Building services and structures, Design manager , Dubai
Building services and structures, Design manager, Abu Dhabi, UAE,
Building services and structures, Electrical building services design engineer: Abu Dhabi, U.A.E.
Building services and structures, Electrical building services design engineer, Dubai
Building services and structures, Principal structural engineers, Abu Dhabi
Building services and structures, Project manager, Abu Dhabi
Building services and structures, Senior mechanical services design engineer, Abu Dhabi, U.A.E.
Building services and structures, Senior mechanical services design engineer, Abu, Dhabi
Building services and structures,Principal structural engineers, Dubai
Materials technology engineers, Dubai
Mechanical, electrical & energy mechanical engineer Sharjah, UAE
Mechanical, electrical & energy mechanical engineer Sharjah, UAE
Water and wastewater , wastewater engineer, Sharjah
Water and wastewater, resident engineer, Dubai, UAE
Principal port engineer, UAE
Sunday, January 06, 2008
Saturday, January 05, 2008
Environmental scientist Dr David Spurgeon said: "Because these light bulbs contain small amounts of mercury they could cause a problem if they are disposed of in a normal waste-bin.
"It is possible that the mercury they contain could be released either into the air or from land-fill when they are released into the wider environment.
"That's a concern, because mercury is a well known toxic substance."
|If you broke five bulbs in a small unventilated room then you might be in short term danger |
Dr David Ray, toxicologist
Official advice from the Department of the Environment states that if a low-energy bulb is smashed, the room needs to be vacated for at least 15 minutes.
A vacuum cleaner should not be used to clear up the debris, and care should be taken not to inhale the dust.
Instead, rubber gloves should be used, and the broken bulb put into a sealed plastic bag - which should be taken to the local council for disposal.
Unbroken used bulbs can be taken back to the retailer if the owner is a member of the Distributor Takeback Scheme.
Otherwise, many local waste disposal sites now have the facilities to safely collect and dispose of old bulbs.
However, this advice is not printed on the packaging that low-energy bulbs are sold in.
Toxicologist Dr David Ray, from the University of Nottingham, said about 6-8mg of mercury was present in a typical low-energy bulb, which he described as a "pretty small amount".
"Mercury accumulates in the body - especially the brain," he said. "The biggest danger is repeated exposure - a one off exposure is not as potentially dangerous compared to working in a light bulb factory.
"If you smash one bulb then that is not too much of a hazard. However, if you broke five bulbs in a small unventilated room then you might be in short term danger."
Adrian Harding of the Environment Agency said: "More information does need to be made available by retailers, local authorities and the government to alert people to the best way of dealing with these products when they become waste."
Louise Molloy from the environmental group Greenpeace said that a public information campaign was needed in order to advise people how to dispose of low-energy bulbs safely.
But she added: "Rather than being worried about the mercury these light bulbs contain, the general public should be reassured that using them will actually reduce the amount of mercury overall in our atmosphere."
The lighting industry and the government say the risk of mercury pollution posed by low-energy bulbs is minimal.
Kevin Verdun of the Lighting Association said: "Fluorescent strips, like the ones used in garages and kitchens, also contain mercury and have been used for many years without poisoning anyone."
But he said that warnings on how to safely dispose of smashed bulbs "might" be put on packaging in future, if the government and the public demanded it.
This month shops in the UK will begin the process of phasing out traditional tungsten bulbs as part of a government plan to completely replace them by 2011.
Ministers hope that using the more environmentally-friendly bulbs will save at least save 5m tonnes-worth of carbon dioxide emissions every year.
Source : BBC
MBBS Entrance Examination will be held on 01.06.2008 (Sunday).
LAST DATE FOR RECEIPT OF COMPLETED APPLICATIONS FORMS IN EXAMINTION SECTION, A.I.I.M.S.: 29-02-2008 by 5.00 p.m.
ELIGIBILITY CRITERIA: (i) Candidates who have passed 12th class examination under 10+2 system or an equivalent examination with Physics, Chemistry, Biology and English securing a minimum of 60% marks (50% in case of Scheduled Caste/Scheduled Tribe/ Orthopaedic Physically Handicapped candidates) in aggregate in Physics, Chemistry, Biology & English or whose results of Class XII are likely to be declared by 7th July, 2008 are eligible to apply. (ii) The candidate should have attained the age of 17 (Seventeen) years as on 31st December, 2008.
The Prospectus-cum-Application Form costing Rs.500/- (Rs.400/- in case of SC/ST candidates) inclusive of examination fee can be obtained in the following manner:
I) Against cash payment from any of the following braches of State Bank of India between 09.01.2008 to 22.02.2008:
ANDHRA PRADESH: Usman Ganj, M.J. Road, Hyderabad; Main Branch, Visakhapatnam ARUNACHAL PRADESH: Bank Tinali, Itanagar ASSAM: Dist. Kamrup, Guwahati BIHAR: Main Branch, West Gandhi Maidan, Patna CHANDHIGARH: Sector-14, Punjab University CHATTISGARH: Kutchery, Raipur Branch DADRA & NAGAR HAVELI: Silvassa DELHI: Ansari Nagar, AIIMS Campus (upto 29.02.2008); Ring Road, Lajpat Nagar; Swasthya Vihar; Tilak Nagar; Delhi University; 11, Parliament Street; I.T.O., I.P. Estate GOA: Opposite Hotel Mandovi,Panaji GUJARAT: Gujarat University, Ahmedabad; Mandvi, Baroda HIMACHAL PRADESH: The Mall, Shimla JAMMU & KASHMIR: Hari Market, Jammu; Main Branch, Srinagar JHARKHAND: S.N. Ganguly Road, Main Road, Bangaluru KERALA: Main Branch, M.G. Road, Thiruvananthapuram; Calvethy, Cochin; K.K. Road, Kottayam; Dharmodayam Building, Trichur. MADHYA PRADESH: Sultania Road, Bhopal; G.R. Medical College Branch, JAH Campus, Gwalior; Medical College Branch, Jabalpur; Chhavani, Indore. MAHARASHTRA: Cuffe Parade, Colaba, Mumbai; I.I.T., Powai, Mumbai; Main Branch, Pune; Medical College Branch, Nagpur; Dhamangaon Road, Yavatmal. MANIPUR: M.G. Avenue, Imphal MEGHALAYA: M.G. Road, Shillong MIZORAM: Solomon's Cave, Aizawl NAGALAND: Kohima ORISSA: Main Branch, Bhubaneshwar; Collectorate Compund, Cuttack. PUDUCHERRY: Rue Suffren, Puducherry PUNJAB: Town Hall, Amristsar; Civil Lines, Ludhiana RAJASTHAN: Tonk Road, Jaipur; High Court Campus, Jodhpur SIKKIM: M.G. Road, Gangtok TAMIL NADU: Main Branch, Chennai; Madras University, Chennai; Adyar-4, Guindy Road, Chennai; Luz Church Road, Mylapure, Chennai; West Veli Street Madurai; State Bank Road, Coimbatore TRIPURA: Melarmath, H.G.B. Road, Agartala UTTRAKHAND: Convent Road, Dehradun. UTTAR PRADESH: Sector-2, Noida; Navyug Market, Ghaziabad; Motimahal Marg, Lucknow; C.S.A. University, Kanpur; B.H.U., Varanasi WEST BENGAL: Park Street, Kolkata; Kalighat, S.P.M. Road, Kolkata.
II) By Post: The Prospectus-cum-Application Form can also be obtained by Speed Post/Registered Post by sending a written request with an account payee Bank Draft for Rs. 550/- (Rs.450/- for SC/ST candidates) in favour of "M.B.B.S. Entrance Examination-2008" payable at New Delhi. The Bank Draft should be valid upto July/August 2008. The request must reach the Assistant Controller of Examinations, All India Institute of Medical Sciences, Ansari Nagar, New Delhi-110608 on or before 22.02.2008. Money Order/Cheque/Postal Order/Cash or any other form of payment will NOT be accepted for postal sale. The words "REQUEST FOR APPLICATION FORM FOR M.B.B.S. ENTRANCE EXAMINATION 2008" should be written on the envelop containing request for application form, and also on top of the request letter. The address at which Application Form is required should be written clearly in CAPITAL LETTERS and with PIN code. AIIMS will not be responsible for delay in/non-receipt of Application Form caused by illeligible or incomplete address..
IMPORTANT: (1) Candidates must obtain application forms ONLY from an authorized branch of S.B.I. or by post from Examination Section of AIIMS. Forms obtained from an unauthorized source will be rejected. (2) Candidates are advised to procure application forms as early as possible instead of waiting for the last date. If the Application Forms are sold out before the last date of sale and the same are not available, AIIMS/State Bank of India or its specified branches will not be responsible for any consequences that may arise due to non-availability of forms. In case a candidates does not get the form through Post Office in time, AIIMS will not be responsible for such lapses.
Schedule of sale of Prospectus-cum-Application Forms:
1. Against cash payment by above listed branches of S.B.I. (except AIIMS Campus, Ansari Nagar, New Delhi): 09-01-2008 to 22.02.2008
2. Against cash payment from S.B.I. Ansari Nagar, (AIIMS Campus Branch), New Delhi: 09-01-2008 to 29-02-2008.
3. By post against Bank Draft from the Examination Section, AIIMS, Ansari Nagar, New Delhi: 09-01-2008 to 22-02-2008.
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Friday, January 04, 2008
Mott MacDonald is a 12 000 strong, global management, engineering and development consultancy working on a variety of landmark projects in 140 countries world-wide.
Due to international growth It is looking for people with vision and enthusiasm, who want to be part of its future and work on its expanding portfolio of projects including Transnet's ambitious rail and port expansion programme in South Africa, Phase B of the Jumeirah Golf Estates in Dubai and the DEWA 'P' power and desalination plant in Dubai.
It has vacancies at all levels for:
Building Services Engineers
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Tuesday, January 01, 2008
M.R. Al-Khathlan for Contracting (MRK), an 1S0-9001:2000 certified company in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia was formed in 1963. MRK has established a reputation for carrying out Turnkey projects with specialization in process control and instrumentation, electrical, mechanical and civil disciplines. The Head Office of the Company is located at Dammam in the Eastern Province of Saudi Arabia and has a network of branches in all the major cities of the Kingdom.
MRK offers it's clients state-of-the-art technology solutions to the oil and gas, refining, chemicals and petrochemicals and power generation sectors throughout the Kingdom.
Our major clients are Saudi Arabian Oil Company (Saudi Aramco), Saudi Electricity Company (SEC), Al-Khafji Joint Operations (KJO), SABIC Affiliates, Royal Commission and numerous privately funded enterprises.
The following are the job opportunities available
- Project Manager (All Disciplines)
- Project Engineer
- Lead Engineer
- Planner / Scheduler - Mechanical
- E&I Projects Engineer
- Mechanical Projects Engineer
All positions require strong leadership, communication and organizational skills.
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