• BKN Academy

    BKN Academy

    B.K.N. Academy For Competitive Studies is one of the leading institutes engaged in imparting comprehensive range of courses includes SBI.IBPS CWE Bank PO/Clerk, UPSC (Pre & Mains ), Civil Service (GS & CSAT), State Level PCS (Pre & Mains ), CAT/MAT/MET/MCA Entrance, SSC (GL & ML ), LIC (AAO/ ADO), Railway , DMRC and SI Delhi Police –Up Police ,MP Police, DSSSB, CTET, HTET, KVS, ANM, GNM, NAVODYA VIDHYALYA,HSSC, HCS etc.

  • BKN Police

    Delhi Police, Chandigarh Police & Other state police exams

    BKN Academy impart coaching for SI Delhi police-Up Police, MP Police, and Constable. Our institute is equipped with sound infrastructure, comprising of all the facilities that are required for providing best quality training. The student pursued the courses from our institutes have done the commendable job in their arena. Our motto is to offer qualitative education for our students. We do have the qualified teachers who used their experiences in shaping the future of the students. We have specialist person deployed for each subject to make student specialized. The interested student can collect the prospectus from the reception counter as per the requirement. The value of empowering someone with quality education is something that cannot be measured in terms of money. We also provide studying material for our students. The courses are made available for Delhi police constable recruitment, Sub-Inspector recruitment.

  • BKN Railway

    RPF, ASM, T.A., C.A., Goods Guards, Group C&D, Delhi Metro Exams

    The Indian railways are broadly divided and sub-divided into zones, divisions and departments, each controlling a particular function. Every division has a certain number of technical and non-technical departments, which form the base structure on which the railways function. Technical departments include civil, technical and mechanical engineering, signalling and telecom, and several others dealing with similar disciplines, while the non-technical departments include general services such as accounts, personnel management, Railway protection Force (RPF) or security and traffic services, among others. Each department has staff at various levels. The highest are the Group A officers, while the lowest in rank are the Group D staff members.

  • BKN Defence

    Airforce('X' & 'Y' group), Army Clerk/G.D., Technical exams

    Army Exam: The Indian Army promises both professional and personal growth at every stage of the career. Opportunities to upgrade through various courses are abundant. The adventure and extra-curricular activities in the Army ensure an all round development essential in today’s world. An opportunity is even provided to upgrade your civil qualification by availing two years paid study leave. Art of War-Engineering-Medicine-Administration-Human Resource Development-Management, Army teaches you all, moulding the officers into leaders capable of leading from the front in any field. Joining the Army is possible both after school as well as after graduation.

    As an officer in the Indian Army, you will be part of one of the world’s finest Armies. A career in the Army will teach you to face the toughest of situations in life with panache you have never known before.

    Indian Navy Exam : The Merchant Navy is a non-combatant commercial fleet, which deals with transporting cargo and occasionally, passengers, by sea. Its fleet is therefore composed of passenger vessels, cargo liners, tankers, carriers, as well as other special types of vehicles. A career in this field is full of adventure and long voyages to exotic places. Above all this, the excellent pay and promising promotional opportunities make the career lucrative and exciting in spite of all the hard work life and long absence from family and home.

    The main positions open in the merchant navy are for navigating officers, radio officers and marine engineers. They are usually employed by shipping companies on a contractual basis, which is generally of six to nine months’ duration. Earlier a career in this field was considered purely for men. Women were not generally known to take up jobs in merchant navy but the past few years have seen a positive change with many women taking up jobs as ship doctors and radio officers.

    In Merchant Navy, major tasks performed are in three basic areas of a ship i.e. the Deck, the Engine and the Saloon Department. There are thus, many career options that are available for any youngster who has dreams to join the merchant navy. The deck officers include the captain, chief officer, second officer, third officer and other junior officers. The engine department consists of the chief engineer, second engineer, third engineer, fourth engineer, electrical officer and junior engineers. The service department manages the kitchen, laundry and other services.Jobs are available with shipping companies in India and other countries.

    Indian Airforce : The Indian Air Force (IAF) the youngest of the three defence services was commissioned on October 8, 1932, with four single-propeller engine Wapiti aircrafts, six pilot officers, two airmen and 19 Hawai Sepoys. The first Indian Chief of Air Staff, Air Marshal Subroto Mukherjee one of the founding members of the Air Force took over on 1st April 1954. Today, the IAF is the fourth largest Air force in the world with its forty-five squadron strength and some of the most sophisticated fighter air crafts like Mirage 2000, MIG 29, MIG 27, Jaguar, MIG 25, MIG 23 and MIG 21. The transport wing has the huge IL 76 (Gajraj), AN 32 and other smaller aircrafts.

    Career Opportunities Armed Forces offer excellent career opportunities to the adventurous young candidates. It is a career that offers immense facilities, a privileged lifestyle and of course, honour in serving the country. The major activity of the air force is that of flying combat air crafts and helicopters. Other activities include technical work such as aeronautical engineering, electronics, and computer engineering, as well as administrative, financial and planning duties.


    Haryana Staff Selection Comission (HSSC)

    Haryana Staff Selection Commission (earlier Subordinate Services Selection Board) is constituted as per the proviso of Article 309 of constitution of India, vide Haryana Government Notification No.523-3GS-70/2068, dated 28.01.1970. Through it was granted statutory status of Haryana Staff Selection Commission vide Haryana Govt. Gazette Notification dated 28.02.2005.

    The Commission conducts examinations/interviews for appointments to Group ‘C’ services and may be called up on to conduct examination/interview for appointment to Group ‘B’ and ‘D’ services if required by the state Government. The Commission devices the mode of selection and fixed criteria for selection to posts as if may deem appropriate departments send requisitions to the Commission which are duly advertised in four newspapers, two Hindi and two English and port on the website.

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