Following the Unlock 5.0 guidelines issued by the Home Ministry, the Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA) has extended the ban on scheduled international commercial flights till October 31. However, there are a number of countries to which flights are being operated and Indian citizens can take flights.
Why has the DGCA extended the ban on international flights?
Unlock 5.0 guidelines have not allowed international flights to resume as yet and DGCA’s decision is in line with the Home Ministry’s norms. The government has also said on past occasions that the relaxation on International flights will depend on how the virus behaves, and how caseloads are being recorded within India as well as in the destination countries. Keeping that in mind, international scheduled flights have been suspended further.
What are the options for those wanting to fly abroad?
India has established air bubble arrangements with 15 countries. These are the US, the UK, Canada, the UAE, Qatar, Nigeria, Maldives, Kenya, Japan, Iraq, Germany, France, Bhutan, Bahrain and Afghanistan. Airlines from both countries under an air bubble arrangement fly between the two jurisdictions carrying passengers from either points.
In addition to this, Indian carriers are also operating certain flights under Vande Bharat Mission — few of which are carrying people on outbound flights from India. Under the air bubble arrangement with the US, Air India has added thrice-a-week flights between Delhi and Newark. The airline is also operating flights between London and Delhi, Mumbai, Bengaluru, Kolkata, Ahmedabad, Kochi and Goa.
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Are visas being issued for these international destinations?
According to visa outsourcing firm VFS Global, visa applications for 25 countries have been resumed with a few countries opening up application process for select categories. For example, most countries in Europe’s Schengen region are only accepting Category D visa applications, which is granted to individuals studying, working or residing permanently in one of the Schengen countries. Certain countries in Schengen region like Germany and Estonia are also allowing Category C visas, which are meant for short-visits.
Similarly, the US is accepting visa applications for emergency cases, student visas, work visas of ‘H’ and ‘L’ classes, etc. Further, while some countries like the UK, the UAE, Turkey, Dominican Republic are accepting applications for all visa categories, those like South Korea and Ireland are only accepting long-stay visa applications.
During the Healthgiri Awards 2020, India Today will honour the Covid-19 warriors who have risked their lives to fight the pandemic. Healthgiri Awards 2020 is the reincarnated version of India Today Safaigiri Awards, held annually on Gandhi Jayanti.
India Today Healthgiri Awards 2020 to honour corona warriors on Gandhi JayantiIndia Today Healthgiri Awards 2020, set to be held on Friday, will salute the invincible spirit of corona warriors who have led the battle against the Covid-19 pandemic. The Healthgiri Awards 2020 is the reincarnated version of India Today Safaigiri Awards, held... more...
annually on Gandhi Jayanti.This year, the coveted annual event will honour and felicitate the pioneering efforts of corona warriors from all walks of life. The virtual awards ceremony will be attended by Dr Harsh Vardhan, Union Minister of Health and Family Welfare.Maintaining the tradition, the ‘Healthgiri Awards 2020’ will include enriching sessions featuring a line-up of eminent personalities from the field of health care and music. The prominent guests include distinguished health luminaries such as Dr Naresh Trehan, Dr Randeep Guleria, Dr Ashok Seth and Dr Rajesh Parikh. In addition, there will also be singers like Maithili Thakur, Shilpa Rao, Hariharan and Kavita Krishnamurthy.The India Today Group to honour the #CoronaWarriors. Watch #Healthgiri award, October 2 from 12 PM, only on India Today TV#Promo pic.twitter.com/1npC7rhx9D— IndiaToday (@IndiaToday) September 30, 2020The detailed schedule of Healthgiri Awards 2020:11:45 - 11:50 hrs: Welcome and introduction by Anjana Om Kashyap11.50 to 12.00 hrs: Vaishnav Jan To by Maithili Thakur12:00 - 12:30 hrs: Corona Ko Harana Hai. Speaker: Dr Naresh Trehan, chairman and managing director, Medanta The Medicity 12.30 to 13.00 hrs: Corona Warriors Ko Salaam. Speaker: Shilpa Rao, Singer 13.00 to 13.30 hrs: Vaccine Kab Aayega. Speaker: Dr. Randeep Guleria, Director, AIIMS13.30 to 14.00 hrs: Corona Warriors ko Salaam. Speaker: Hariharan, Singer14.00 to 14.30 hrs: Kab Khatam Hoga Corona. Speakers: Dr Ashok Seth, chairman, Fortis Escorts Heart Institute and Dr Rajesh Parikh, director of medical research, Jaslok Hospital14.30 to 15.00 hrs: Corona Warriors ko Salaam. Speaker: Kavita Krishnamurthy, Singer 15.00 to 15.05 hrs: Welcome Address by Aroon Purie, Chairman and Editor-in-Chief, India Today Group 15.05 to 15.15 hrs: Keynote Address by Dr Harsh Vardhan, Union Minister of Health and Family Welfare15.15 to 15.45 hrs: India Today Healthgiri Awards to be given away virtually by Dr Harsh Vardhan, Union Minister of Health and Family Welfare and Aroon Purie, Chairman and Editor-in-Chief, India Today GroupAward categories: The awards will be given across nine categories including: Best State in Combating Covid-19; Best Celebrity Contribution in Spreading Awareness; Best Far-Reaching Corporate Contribution for a Wider Social Impact; Best Testing Facility; Best NGO or other Entity that Extended Timely Help to Migrants; Best Innovation for Covid-Related Activity in Times of the Pandemic; Best Logistics Services Provider; Best NGO or Other Entity Offering Healthcare Services; and Best Health Manager.India Today Group has been hosting the annual Safaigiri Awards since 2015 when Prime Minister Narendra Modi gave away the awards to a series of people who made their mark by contributing to the clean India campaign.Over the years, several well-known celebrities and dignitaries have graced the awards ceremony as chief guests, including President Ram Nath Kovind, Vice-President M Venkaiah Naidu, Union Minister Nitin Gadkari and actor Aishwarya Rai Bachchan..
SSC JE 2021: Staff selection commission is an organization under the government of India which does the recruitment of various posts in various departments and ministries of the government of India. The headquarters of the staff selection commission is located in New Delhi and presently it has seven regional offices at Mumbai, Kolkata, Allahabad, Guwahati, Chennai, and Chandigarh. SSC mainly conducts competitive exams for various posts in departments and organizations. The staff selection commission every year publishes notification for the recruitment of junior engineers. SSC JE 2021-22 is a national level exam conducted by the staff selection commission for the recruitment of candidates for the post of Junior Engineer. The junior engineers will be recruited for the post of civil engineers,... more...
mechanical engineers & electrical engineers. So the exams of different streams are conducted separately. The candidates need to be aware of the details regarding the examination and its process. The rules and regulations are available below.
SSC JE 2021 Exam Overview:
SSC JE 2021 Exam Date:
SSC JE 2021 Application Form:
There is good news for all the candidates who aspire SSC JE 2021 as SSC is recruiting for the post of the junior engineer like every year. The candidates who are interested in SSC JE can apply for it by filling the application form. The guidelines to fill the form are given below:
SSC JE Eligibility Criteria:
Before filling the application form the candidate must read all the details regarding the SSC JE 2021 Eligibility Criteria of the candidate. The candidate fulfilling the criteria must only apply for the examination.
Nationality: The candidate should be a citizen of India. Besides citizens of Bhutan, Nepal, and Tibetan refugees who came before 1st Jan 1962 can also apply for the exam. Also, the candidates of Indian origin who have migrated from counties like Sri Lanka, Pakistan, Malawi, Kenya, Tanzania, Uganda, Vietnam, and Myanmar, etc can apply.
Age: The candidate should have done graduation in engineering any at any recognized university.
The application fees can be submitted through online mode by debit card, credit card, net banking, etc.
Junior Engineer 2021 Exam Pattern:
The examination would be held in two stages: paper 1 and paper 2.
SSC JE 2021 Syllabus:
SSC is the only authority to make the syllabus for JE. In this section, candidates can check some chapter and their topics. Find below the SSC JE 2021 Syllabus for Paper I:
Syllabus of SSC JE (Paper I):
SSC JE Admit Card 2021:
The admit card is very essential for the exam so the candidate must carry the admit card along with them in the examination venue.
The exam conducting authority will release the answer key to the exam also. The answer keys will be available in all the official websites of the authority after a few days of the examination. The candidate can download the answer keys from there to check for the correct answers to the exam. Through the help of the answer key, they can analyze their performance.
SSC JE 2021 Result:
Junior Engineer 2021 Cut off
The cut off is the minimum marks required to qualify the exam so that the candidate can appear for the next exam. The cut off for both exams is available on the official website. The authority conducting the exams decides the cut off for both exam paper 1 and paper 2. The applicants need to score the marks accordingly to clear the cutoff. You can check below previous year Cut Off List:
SSC JE Previous Year Cutoff of Paper I:
SSC JE Previous Year Cutoff of Paper-II:
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