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SSC MTS Admit Card 2020 Released by SSC For Central Region: How To Download Details

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The admit cards for the Mult-Tasking (Non-Technical) Staff Examination (Paper-1) has been released by The Staff Selection Commission (SSC). The admit cards were released for the Central Region on the official website. Those candidates who were applied for the MTS Non-Technical Staff can download their admit card from the official website of SSC.

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The examination will take place for the 2020 Examination of Multi-Tasking Staff. For all the candidates, the admit cards are available on sscer.org. According to the official reports, the exam has been scheduled to be held from Friday, October 22, to November 2, 2021. Candidates can download the admit from the official website and take out print for further procedure.

Some of the candidates are still searching for the official website but you can also visit some more websites to download the admit card from which, you will be directly reached to the official website of SSC MTS Admit Card 2020.

SarkariResult.Com and SarkariNaukri.Com are the popular websites to download you’re admitted and also, get to know some latest updates regarding Government Jobs. Here we are going to provide you the latest information and procedure to download the admit card.

SSC MTS Admit Card 2020: How To Download

  • Candidates need to visit the official website of SSC Central Region, sscer.org.
  • Check the “Latest News” section on the homepage
  • Click on the link that reads, “Know Your Status and Download e-Admit Card of Multi-Tasking (Non-Technical) Staff (Paper-1) Examination, 2020”
  • Candidates have to enter their roll number, registration number, candidate’s name, date of birth, and security code
  • Click on the “Submit” button
  • Candidate’s admit card will appear on the display
  • Download admit card and take out a print for a future procedure.

The details regarding the center, exam roll number, and other confidential details will be available on admit card. Before appearing for the exam, candidates need to follow some rules regarding the exam.

Prohibited Things List

Some of the items are prohibited in the examination hall and before going into the exam hall. Students will be scanned. Here is the prohibited items list:

  • Material like paper chits, books, newspapers, and plain sheets
  • Studying materials like pen, pencils, geometry, pencil box, pen, markers, scale, rubber
  • Metal materials like bullets pellets, and any weapons
  • Eatables things like packets, water bottles

Also, the candidates will have to avoid carrying the items like rings, charms, bracelets, earnings, nose-pin, hair bands, necklaces, goggles, broach, belts, pendants, and much more materials.



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CDEDI dares Malawi Parliament on tea, macadamia industries’ proceeds to locals – The Maravi Post

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LILONGWE-(MaraviPost)-The country’s Centre for Democracy and Economic Development Initiatives (CDEDI) on Tuesday, November 30, 2021 appealed to the Public Accounts Committee (PAC) of Parliament to summon stakeholders in the tea and macadamia industries in Thyolo, Mulanje and Nkhata Bay to critically investigate their contribution to Malawi’s Growth Domestic Product (GDP.

The grouping observes that tea, macadamia proceeds are not benefiting communities around the estates but rather foreigners.

CDEDI Executive Director Sylvester Namiwa wondered why Malawi being second tea producer in Africa its people still struggling.

Namiwa therefore dares PAC to critically assess tea industry an many communities are living in abject poverty amid plenty.

Below is CDEDI letter to PAC:

DEMAND FOR TRANSPARENCY AND ACOUNTABILITY FROM TEA, MACADAMIA AND OTHER INDUSTRIES

The Centre for Democracy and Economic Development Initiatives (CDEDI) wishes to appeal to the Public Accounts Committee (PAC) of Parliament to summon stakeholders in the tea and macadamia industries in Thyolo, Mulanje and Nkhata Bay to critically investigate their contribution to the country’s Growth Domestic Product (GDP).

CDEDI strongly believes this exercise will clear fears that the Government of Malawi is in some undesirable agreements with owners of these estates. Such agreements include non-payment of tax and non-disclosure of proceeds, and the million-dollar question is: Who is benefiting from such agreements? 

The probe will also clear rumours that tea proceeds do not see their way back to Malawi after being sent to the estates’ beneficial owners in Britain.

PAC’s timely intervention will address the question as to whether there is justification for providing land much-needed by Malawians to the tea and macadamia industries in Thyolo, Mulanje and Nkhata Bay, which are not contributing to the country’s GDP— save for ‘enslaving’ our people in the pretext of providing them employment.

In fact, today, more and more people are losing jobs at the plantations as the estates are resorting to replacing manual labour with advanced technologies. Actually, some estates have completely abandoned tea production and are now in poultry production while others are diversifying into other non-traditional industries, in desperate attempts to cling onto the land.

There is also excessive use of chemicals that is posing a threat to the safety of the locals and, indeed, the ecosystem.

For those that are still in the tea production, some have thrown all caution to the wind and no longer care about the welfare of their surrounding communities. They are not carrying out any corporate social responsibilities. They are even failing to maintain the roads in their own estates and in some cases water pipes to the estates merely pass through villages where people drink water from unprotected sources.

It is against this background that CDEDI is asking PAC to intervene and ensure that all estates in the country are contributing to the larger good or else surrender the land.

The secrecy in the tea industry is disturbing, especially when one considers that during every tobacco growing season Malawians get to know how much tobacco they produced, and how much the country earned from its sales. Such transparency and accountability is lacking in the tea, coffee, tung and macadamia produced in Thyolo, Mulanje, Nkhata Bay and other districts.   

Needless to say that citizens in the said districts feel isolated, and being treated as less human beings since they do not have land which is one of the most fundamental natural resources available to man for social and economic development in the agro-based Malawi economy. These landless people, therefore, have been disenfranchised from their right to economic activities and, most importantly, for decades, they have been denied right to food, which is one of the basic human rights. 

Actually, the much-touted Malawi 2063 development agenda will be difficult to attain if the wrongs happening in the tea, coffee, tung and macadamia industries remain uncorrected. Now is time for PAC to do the needful.  

Signed by: SYLVESTER NAMIWA, CDEDI EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR

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Sasural Simar Ka SSK 2 Written Episode 30th Nov 2021 Update: Will Simar Forget Aarav Ever?

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The daily soap called Sasural Simar Ka 2 has been managing its fan base among the audience amazingly and with its, every episode makers are forcing the audience to get forced to watch the show. Well, in the previous episode we watched a high voltage drama in Narayan’s family where Indu gets angry at Simar asking why did she meet Aarav even when no one wants them to meet. Simar gets a teary eye seeing her family’s pain and swears on her mom that she will never meet Aarav again.

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So, the latest episode of SSK2 begins with, Indu sitting in her room meanwhile, Simar comes to her and keeps her head on Indu’s lap, Indu says her to get up and not to do such things as she has hurt her and it was not even expected at this level. Simar takes the oil and ointments Indu’s burned mark saying that mother’s touch is the only sacred thing in the world and even a kid knows the mother’s touch so how can she stay away from her mom, she says that today she is shattered as she hurt her mother. Indu looks at her, Simar says that she has done the biggest sin of her life and she does not deserve to get forgiveness and she is not happy after breaking her trust.

In another scene, Samar makes a call to Gajendra and tells him that after thinking a lot he has taken the decision now. Gajendra asks him to let him know, Reema tries to overhear but unfortunately could not hear anything and she gets upset, she then looks around and sees Vivaan looking at the stars and she then goes to him. She asks him if he is counting the stars or just gazing at the sky, he replies that he is looking for the shooting stars so that he can make a wish.

She asks him that what he wants now when his wish is standing in front of him. Vivaan replies that he wants to make a wish for Bhai’s happiness because he is just trying to be happy but there is nothing like happiness in his life and he is going through so much pain and sadness. She looks at him weirdly, he then says that he just wants his brother’s smile back on his face. Reema then says that as per this she should also look for the same in the sky because her sister is also going through so many things and her tears are not stopping till now. The episode ends here, stay tuned to read more upcoming updates.

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Succession Season 3 Episode 8 Spoiler Release Date Time Revealed!

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Get ready to watch episode 8 of the most successful series Succession Season 3. There are many people continuously searching to know when Succession Season 3 Episode 8 will release. Now, if you want to watch the upcoming episode of the season then it will be very interesting for you to watch. Along with it, uncounted people already watched the previous episode that makes them more engaged to witness the upcoming one as well. The narrative surrounding the Roy family is actually very brilliant and engages many people to watch all the seasons of the series.

Succession Season 3 Episode 8

Succession Season 3 Episode 8 Spoiler

Everyone knows that there are some talented and brilliant stars portraying the roles in the series. Let us tell you that it is an American satirical black comedy-drama television series and the series has been created by Jesse Armstrong. It was officially premiered on HBO on 3rd June 2018. So far, the makers have released 3 seasons of the series and entertained millions of people worldwide. The series centers on the Roy family, the dysfunctional owners of Vestar Royco, a global media and entertainment conglomerate, battling for the administration of the company amid the possibility of the health of the family’s patriarch Logan Roy (Brian Cox).

The stars who portray the roles in the series are very talented and entertain everyone a lot. Talking about the names of the stars, all the names are given below.

  • Hiam Abbass
  • Nicholas Braun
  • Brian Cox
  • Kieran Culkin
  • Peter Friedman
  • Natalie Gold
  • Matthew Macfadyen
  • Alan Ruck
  • Parker Sawyers
  • Sarah Snook
  • Jeremy Strong

The story of the series is already amusing millions of people without any hesitation and uncounted people love to watch the performance and the story lineup of the series. The makers have released 7 episodes of the 3rd season so far and the audience is eagerly waiting to watch the 8th episode as well.

As per the sources, the series is supposed to be released on 5th December 2021 on HBO and HBO Max. Let us also tell you that episode 8, titled “Chiantishire,” will likely follow members of the Roy family and other wealthy, powerful associates who vacation abroad. ‘Chiantishire’ is a name given to Tuscany, Italy, and is known as a retreat for the wealthy, an ideal location for Roy. if you want to watch the full episode of the series then you have to wait for a while. The makers are ready to release the Succession Season 3 Episode 8 on HBO and HBO Max on 5th December 2021.



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