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SERVICE COMMISSIONS DEPARTMENT
Office of Illustrator (Range 34) in the Public Service
Applications are invited from suitably qualified persons for appointment to the above mentioned
Minimum Experience and Training Requirements
Considerable (4 to 8 years) experience in graphic art such as may have been gained in the lower
class and training as evidenced by the General Certificate of Education, Ordinary Level with
passes in five (5) subjects including English Language and Art; or any equivalent combination of
experience and training.
Range 34: $7,705- $9,591/$10,179 per month (2013).
For further details persons wishing to apply can access the Advertisement, the Application Form
and the Job Specification at the Service Commissions Department and on the website at
Interested persons must submit their application no later than 11th September, 2015 to The
Director of Personnel Administration, Service Commissions Department:
52-58 Woodford Street
Persons who have applied previously and who still wish to be considered for appointment
to the office are advised to re-apply in response to this Advertisement.
INCOMPLETE AND UNSUITABLE APPLICATIONS WILL NOT BE ACKNOWLEDGED.
Please see the website for details on:
a) Information/documents to be submitted; and
b) Applications which are deemed incomplete and unsuitable.
SEALED BID SALE
Thurs. Aug. 20 &
Fri. Aug. 21, 2015
furniture, appliances &
30 South Quay, Port of Spain
9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.
See website for information
INDIA---There is no place for communalism or
corruption in India, Prime Minister Narendra Modi
said in his Independence Day address to the nation
yesterday, even as he acknowledged a solution is
yet to be found to the long-standing demand for
one rank one pension for military personnel.
Speaking from the ramparts of the 17th century
Red Fort, Modi pointed to need for a medicine to
tackle graft, which was eating away at the country
"like a termite."
He said the "poison" of casteism and communalism
must be fought with the "nectar of development."
Modi repeatedly referred to the central role of the
country s one billion-plus population, which he
dubbed Team India, in his government s development
plans, as he said the people alone will take India to
The Prime Minister, who has often been criticised
for his silence on attacks on minorities by leaders
of the BJP and the Sangh Parivar, said there was no
place for casteism and communalism in the coun-
"Be it the poison of casteism or the frenzy of com-
munalism, these have no place in the country and
should not be allowed to grow. These ills have to be
eradicated through the nectar of development," said
Modi, clad in a beige kurta, a matching sleeveless
jacket and saffron saafa.
"If the unity of India is destroyed, then the dreams
of the people are also destroyed," he said.
No room for communalism
or corruption in India---Modi
Modi dwelt at length on the need to eradicate cor-
ruption during his nearly 90-minute speech.
"I want to reaffirm that this nation will get rid of
corruption. We can rid the country of corruption,
we have to start from the top," he said.
"Corruption is like a termite, it spreads slowly,
reaches everywhere but it can be beaten with timely
injections," he said. Modi also declared that there
had been no allegation of corruption against his gov-
ernment since it came to power 15 months ago.
A smiling girl,
with her face
painted in the
flag, smiles as
she waits to
celebrations in a
school on the eve
Day in Jammu.
in 1947 from
India's armed forces traditionally march past in
several parts of the country to mark Independence
Day. AP PHOTO
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