Daily Archives: January 18, 2012

Cadre review & MACP grade pay of Rs.7600/- (up-to date information)

2012-01-18T15:24:48+00:00

The first list of MACP grade pay of Rs.7600/- to about 116 AEs in Civil and 82 AEs in Electrical streams is with the Hon'ble UD Minister for his signature. The cadre review of Group-A is approved by cabinet on last Thursday i.e 12th Jan 2012 and is likely to be notified by the Ministry shortly. Group-B and C cadre review is under process in the Ministry of Finance, Dept of Expenditure and is under active consideration Promotions will follow soon after the cadre review notification. Secretary(UD) has written a D.O. letter to Secretary, DoPT regarding Special Career Progression Scheme of [...]

Cadre review & MACP grade pay of Rs.7600/- (up-to date information)2012-01-18T15:24:48+00:00

Illustration of Mix Design of Concrete by ISI Method

2012-01-18T12:56:35+00:00

The concrete is widely used construction material. The main ingredient of the concrete is cement, aggregates, water and admixtures. Due to the varying properties of the materials used in concrete, the design of concrete is not an easy task. The various methods of mix design are applied for determining the qualities & quantity of concrete. The objective of designing a mix is to produce a concrete of required strength, durability and workability as economically as possible. In our country, generally Indian Standard Institution (ISI) concrete design method is preferred and hence has been discussed. The use of Indian standard institution (ISI) [...]

Illustration of Mix Design of Concrete by ISI Method2012-01-18T12:56:35+00:00

Inflatable dams installed to help NYC reduce sewer overflows.

2012-01-18T11:14:27+00:00

It’s a “dam” good plan to keep New York waterways clean. In an unprecedented move, the city has set up two inflatable rubber dams within two of Brooklyn’s largest sewer lines, the Post has learned. The goal: easing the longtime stinky problem of sewage and storm water overflowing into the East River during heavy rain. The $15.7 million project in Williamsburg and Red Hook is the city’s first attempt at using the synthetic-rubber systems, which have been big hits overseas and other parts of the country. The underground dams include controlled mechanisms and automated sensors that cause the dams to inflate [...]

Inflatable dams installed to help NYC reduce sewer overflows.2012-01-18T11:14:27+00:00
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