Daily Archive: April 18, 2018

NATA 2018 Admit Card Released

National Aptitude Test in Architecture

Steps to download NATA 2018 Admit Card:

Visit the official website of NATA- learning.tcsionhub.in
A new page will be displayed on the screen
Click on the link “Click here to download your NATA 2018 admit card”
Enter all the required details carefully such as Application Number and Password (Date of Birth)
After entering the details, click on the “Login” button.
The admit card will appear on the screen.
Download the NATA 2018 Admit Card and take a printout of it for further use.

Bank of Baroda Recruitment 2018: Apply Online

No. of Posts: 424

How to apply for Bank of Baroda Recruitment 2018:

Visit the official website- bankofbaroda.co.in
Click on the “Career” section,
A new page will open and then click on the link of advertisement for BOB Recruitment 2018 for 424 posts
Fill all the required details
Pay the application fees
Click on submit, download and save the application form
Take a printout for future use

Govt wants to link flight tickets to Aadhaar, privacy activists call it a terrible idea

The Civil Aviation Ministry plans to roll out a project under which domestic passengers can link their Aadhaar to air tickets at the time of booking. This they say would allow passengers to travel to the airport without a valid ID card, as biometric verification will be done at the airport to confirm their identity. Making the boarding process paperless, passengers will, however, need to carry a mobile phone with their e-boarding card, which will then be scanned at security and at the boarding gate. This the Ministry claims will remove cases of fake tickets and help locate missing passengers at airports.

In June last year, the Minister of State for Civil Aviation, Jayant Sinha had launched a report on ‘DigiYatra’ and briefed the media about the ‘DigiYatra’ initiative of the Ministry. He claimed that the initiative will develop a digital ecosystem that will ensure a seamless, consistent and paperless service for the customers.

Under this initiative, the flyers’ biometrics will be checked and verified using infrastructure like retina scan, fingerprint scanners etc and the Aadhaar-linked airline database will show which flight they are to board and which parts of security and boarding procedure they have cleared and which ones are left, thus eliminating the need to show paper ID cards, paper tickets and boarding passes.