Allahabad Railway Recruitment 2013 Group C Railway Group C Allahabad Recruitment 2013
Clerk cum typist group c for recruitment against cultural kota 2013-2014
Age Limit: Candidate age should be between 18 to 40 years as on 01-01-2014.
Pay Scale: Applicants will be appointed at Rs. 5200-20200/- with Rs. 2000/- Grade Pay.
Educational Qualification: Candidate must pass 10 or its equivalent form recognized Board.
How to Apply: Interested candidates send their application in prescribed format available in the notification along with xerox copies of all necessary documents, affix Rs.40/- – Rs.40/- postal orders to chairmn North Central Railway Civil Lines Allahabad – 211001.
North Central Railway,
Balmiki Chauraha Nawab Yusuf Road
Near Balaipur Colony
Civil Lines Allahabad - 211001
Phone : 05322223961 (9:30 A.M. To 6:00 P.M.)
Railway Phone: 23961 (9:30 A.M. To 6:00 P.M.)
Email : firstname.lastname@example.org
Last Date--14 October 2013
Apple to enter small Indian cities with iPhones, iPads
Apple to enter smaller Indian towns with iPhones, iPads Dhir joined Apple India three years ago from AOL Inc, where he was the global head for international business, and changed the way Apple was doing business in the country.
He hired Kaul from BlackBerry India, expanded the team threefold to more than 150 executives, strengthened the Apple exclusive stores network, shortened the gap between the launch of new models overseas and in India and spearheaded the company's thrust on iPhones.
Apple may soon be slugging it out in the trenches with Samsung and other smartphone rivals as India country head Maneesh Dhir and telecom business chief Sanjay Kaul seek a rapid increase in the pace of growth in India, a market that it has neglected until recently.
While the iPhone has always been an object of desire, Apple wasn't able to make a big dent in India because of pricing issues peculiar to this country - handsets aren't subsidised by contracts as in other parts of the world. Until recently, this was taken to mean that Apple wasn't really interested in pushing sales in the world's largest mobile market after China, while companies such as Samsung have pitched their products hard in India.
Samsung leads the India smartphone market with a 36% volume share, according to research firm Canalys, while Apple's was 2% in the April-June quarter. Apple's value share is higher at 5%.