How to apply for the domicile certificate in Jammu & Kashmir online? | Apply online through Jammu Kashmir Domicile Online Portal.

Domicile Certificates in Jammu & Kashmir now to be issued online. Follow the guideline and steps to apply online for domicile certificate. Domicile Certificate now a click away, can be obtained in seamless manner, can be preserved, retrieved, anywhere, anytime. Facility also available through  Khidmat Centers. It is also for the Leh and Kargil Districts of Ladakh UT.

Online Application cum Issuance of Domicile Certificate

Procedure to be followed to apply online for Domicile Certificate
  1. Visit the URL: https://jk.gov.in/jkservices
  2. Register using the register link
  3. Upload scanned photo up to 50 KB (JPG)
  4. Note the User ID, Password and Citizen ID
  5. After login click on e-services and on “Application for Domicile Services.”
  6. Complete application form and submit
  7. Note Unique Application ID
  8. Download the Certificate when approved
IMPORTANT INSTRUCTIONS for Domicile Certificate
  1. Before applying the Service, User has to register using the Citizen Registration Link given on login Screen. Already Registered Citizen can avail the Service Using Login ID and Password generated after Citizen Registration.
  2. Applicant has to upload the Passport size scan photo (jpg image) in the clear background of size less than 50 KB.
  3. Please, note the user id and password entered by the applicant during registration for Login and availing the service.
  4. Please, select the role type Citizen while entered login credentials by the Applicant using Citizen Users ID and Password.
  5. After Login, Applicant has to click on the e-services tab in the left menu and thereafter click on the department to which he has to avail the service.(e.g. Scholarship schemes under Social Welfare Department or Domicile Service Using General Administration Dept.)
  6.  Please, note the Citizen ID, Username and Password after successful registration of Citizen as it will be required at the time of availing the service.
You can understand the whole process easily by looking into the following steps with pictures for applying the domicile certificate online:
2. Register yourself by adding the basic details like name, fathers name or husband name etc. Pictures are pasted below for the references. 
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Note: Image size should be Applicants color Passport photograph. Note: Image size should be Applicants color Passport photograph. Size-5*4.5(cm) OR 2*1.75(inch), Image size must be less than 50 KB.
Please select a login Id which can be used to login to the system.This unique login Id will be needed later at the time of applying for services online by the citizen.

3. Click on Preview and Submit.

4. After submitting, picture window will be generated to display you your Citizen Id, Login Id and Password.

Note: Please, note the Citizen ID, Username and Password after successful registration of Citizen as it will be required at the time of availing the service.

5. The next step is to login with your login id and password.
Note: Select Citizen in the Role field.

4. After Login, Applicant has to click on the e-services tab in the left menu and thereafter click on the department to which he has to avail the service.(Domicile Service Using General Administration Dept.)



5. Enter the required information and documents like PRC etc;

In Application Category, if a person is already own the PRC (Permanent Residence Certificate), he has to choose "Clause 1(a) of Rule 5". In this case, the document needs to be submitted is: Permanent Resident Certificate of the applicant.

If a person (ex infants, pupils, children, students, anyone, etc. ) doesn't have the PRC, he has to submit to choose "Clause 1(b) of Rule 5". In this case, the documents need to be submitted are; Permanent Resident Certificate of the parent  And Date of Birth Certificate of the candidates (applicant).


Note: 1.Original or attested copies are only to be scanned and attached.

          2. Size of uploaded attachments should not be more than 250 KB.


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PhD admission Notification for Six Universities 2020-21

PhD Admission | Here is the list of some of the top universities where the process for PhD admission has been started. Apply before the last date.

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SIX UNIVERSITY PhD ADMISSION NOTIFICATION 2020 - 21

List of the universities for PhD Admission for 2020

  1. BITS PILANI
  2. UNIVERSITY OF HYDERABAD
  3. UNIVERSITY OF CHANDIGARH
  4. TEZPUR UNIVERSITY
  5. NORTH - EASTERN HILL UNIVERSITY
  6. AMITY UNIVERSITY

1. BITS PILANI PhD Admission

Important Dates
 Online Application Starts

3 June 2020 
 Last Date for submission of  Online Application Form

  30 june 2020

TO SEE THE PHD ADMISSION DETAILS, WEBSITE LINK FOR BITS PILANI

https://www.bitsadmission.com/phd/


2 University of Hyderabad PhD Admission

Important Dates
 Online Application Starts

3 April 2020 
 Last Date for submission of  Online Application Form

  30 june 2020


TO SEE THE PHD ADMISSION DETAILS, WEBSITE LINK FOR UNIVERSITY OF HYDERABAD,

http://acad.uohyd.ac.in/ee20.html

 

3. Chandigarh University PhD Admission

Important Dates
 Online Application Starts

3 June 2020 
 Last Date for submission of  Online Application Form

  30 june 2020


TO SEE THE PHD ADMISSION DETAILS, WEBSITE LINK FOR, UNIVERSITY OF CHANDIGARH

https://www.cuchd.in/phd-me-admission...

 

4. Tezpur University PhD Admission

Important Dates
 Online Application Starts

23 march 2020 
 Last Date for submission of  Online Application Form

  30 june 2020

 TO SEE THE PHD ADMISSION DETAILS, WEBSITE LINK FOR, TEZPUR UNIVERSITY

https://www.tezuadmissions.in/public/

 

5. North-Eastern Hill PhD Admission

Important Dates
 Online Application Starts

3 June 2020 
 Last Date for submission of  Online Application Form

  17 August 2020


TO SEE THE PHD ADMISSION DETAILS, WEBSITE LINK FOR, NORTH - EASTERN HILL UNIVERSITY

https://nehu.ac.in/Professional-Courses

 

6. Amity University PhD Admission

Important Dates
 Online Application Starts

3 June 2020 
 Last Date for submission of  Online Application Form

 No Details


TO SEE THE PHD ADMISSION DETAILS, WEBSITE LINK FOR AMITY UNIVERSITY

https://www.amity.edu/phd/campuses.aspx

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Assistant Professor: The Assistant Professor post is a Gazetted Post. There are two phases in which a candidate has to go through in order to become an Assistant Professor. The first phase is to qualify for the UGC NET exam followed by the second phase that is the interview process. However, the candidates who are PhD are exempted from the UGC NET.
In this post, we will also know regarding the contractual posts in the colleges or universities.
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Assistant Professor | Lecturer
There are two sort of jobs which you can get in the colleges or universities.
  1. Contractual
  2. Permanent
Eligibility for Contractual post: The basic eligibility for the contractual job is having a Post Graduation degree in the specified subject. If you are UGC NET qualified or PhD holder, you will get more benefits.

Salary for Contractual post: If a candidate is having only master degree, he is known as Teaching Assistant and will get the salary around Rupees 25000 per month.
If a candidate is UGC NET qualified or having a PhD degree, he is known as Lecturer and get the remuneration around rupees 35000 per month.

How to get the contractual job in colleges or universities?
Usually these posts gets filled twice a year in the months of June and December in both government and private institutions.
Steps:
  1. Fill up the form for the institution you desire. You can get the list of all institutions from here.
  2. You will be called for the interview.
  3. Selection list will be declared within a month.
Eligibility for Permanent post: Master Degree + UGC NET (or PhD).

Salary  for Permanent post: Around Rupees 70000 per month.

How to get the Permanent job in colleges or universities?
Steps:
  1. Fill up the form for the institution when they start recruitment. You can get the list of all institutions from here.
  2. You will be called for the interview.
  3. Selection list will be declared. Note: The process for the permanent jobs takes long time. It depends from one university to another.
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Volatile Keyword and Transient Keyword in Java

Volatile Keyword in Java

Volatile keyword is used to modify the value of a variable by different threads. It is also used to make classes thread safe. It means that multiple threads can use a method and instance of the classes at the same time without any problem.

Example

class Test 

{ 

static int var=5; 

} 

In the above example, assume that two threads are working on the same class. Both threads run on different processors where each thread has its local copy of var. If any thread modifies its value, the change will not reflect in the original one in the main memory. It leads to data inconsistency because the other thread is not aware of the modified value.

class Test 

{ 

static volatile int var =5; 

} 

In the above example, static variables are class members that are shared among all objects. There is only one copy in the main memory. The value of a volatile variable will never be stored in the cache. All read and write will be done from and to the main memory.

Java Transient Keyword

Java transient keyword is used in serialization. If you define any data member as transient, it will not be serialized.


Layout Manager in Java

Layout

Layout means the arrangement of components within the container. In other way we can say that placing the components at a particular position within the container. The task of layouting the controls is done automatically by the Layout Manager.

Layout Manager

The layout manager automatically positions all the components within the container. If we do not use layout manager then also the components are positioned by the default layout manager. It is possible to layout the controls by hand but it becomes very difficult because of the following two reasons.

It is very tedious to handle a large number of controls within the container.

Often the width and height information of a component is not given when we need to arrange them.

AWT Layout Manager Classes:

Following is the list of commonly used controls while designed GUI using AWT.

·         BorderLayout

The borderlayout arranges the components to fit in the five regions: east, west, north, south and center.

·         CardLayout

The CardLayout object treats each component in the container as a card. Only one card is visible at a time.

·         FlowLayout

The FlowLayout is the default layout.It layouts the components in a directional flow.

·         GridLayout

The GridLayout manages the components in form of a rectangular grid.

·         GridBagLayout

This is the most flexible layout manager class.The object of GridBagLayout aligns the component vertically,horizontally or along their baseline without requiring the components of same size.


JDBC in Java

JDBC

JDBC is an acronym for Java Database Connectivity. It’s advancement for ODBC (Open Database Connectivity). JDBC is a standard API specification developed in order to move data from frontend to backend.

The Java JDBC API (Java Database Connectivity) enables Java applications to connect to relational databases like MySQL, PostgreSQL, MS SQL Server, Oracle, H2 Database etc. The JDBC API makes is possible to query and update relational databases.

Why JDBC came into existence?

As previously told JDBC is advancement for ODBC, ODBC being platform dependent had a lot of drawbacks. ODBC API was written in C,C++, Python, Core Java and as we know above languages (except Java and some part of Python ) are platform dependent . Therefore to remove dependence, JDBC was developed by database vendor which consisted of classes and interfaces written in Java.

JDBC in Java

Following is the architectural diagram, which shows the location of the driver manager with respect to the JDBC drivers and the Java application:

JDBC in Java

·         JDBC is Database Independent.

·         The JDBC API is not intended for non-relational databases like Mongo DB, Cassandra, Dynamo etc.

Common JDBC Components

The JDBC API provides the following interfaces and classes −

DriverManager: This class manages a list of database drivers. Matches connection requests from the java application with the proper database driver using communication sub protocol. The first driver that recognizes a certain sub protocol under JDBC will be used to establish a database Connection.

 Driver: This interface handles the communications with the database server. You will interact directly with Driver objects very rarely. Instead, you use DriverManager objects, which manage objects of this type. It also abstracts the details associated with working with Driver objects.

Connection: This interface with all methods for contacting a database. The connection object represents communication context, i.e., all communication with database is through connection object only.

Statement: You use objects created from this interface to submit the SQL statements to the database. Some derived interfaces accept parameters in addition to executing stored procedures.

ResultSet: These objects hold data retrieved from a database after you execute an SQL query using Statement objects. It acts as an iterator to allow you to move through its data.

SQLException: This class handles any errors that occur in a database application.

Steps for connectivity between Java program and database:

1. Loading the Driver

To begin with, you first need load the driver or register it before using it in the program. Registration is to be done once in your program. You can register a driver in one of two ways mentioned below :

Class.forName() : Here we load the driver’s class file into memory at the runtime. No need of using new or creation of object .The following example uses Class.forName() to load the Oracle driver –

 Class.forName(“oracle.jdbc.driver.OracleDriver”);

 DriverManager.registerDriver(): DriverManager is a Java inbuilt class with a static member register. Here we call the constructor of the driver class at compile time . The following example uses DriverManager.registerDriver()to register the Oracle driver –

 DriverManager.registerDriver(new oracle.jdbc.driver.OracleDriver())

2. Create the connections

After loading the driver, establish connections using :

 Connection con = DriverManager.getConnection(url,user,password)

user – username from which your sql command prompt can be accessed.

password – password from which your sql command prompt can be accessed.

 

con: is a reference to Connection interface.

url : Uniform Resource Locator. It can be created as follows:

 

String url = “ jdbc:oracle:thin:@localhost:1521:xe”

Where oracle is the database used, thin is the driver used , @localhost is the IP Address where database is stored, 1521 is the port number and xe is the service provider. All 3 parameters above are of String type and are to be declared by programmer before calling the function. Use of this can be referred from final code.

 

3. Create a statement

Once a connection is established you can interact with the database. The JDBCStatement, CallableStatement, and PreparedStatement interfaces define the methods that enable you to send SQL commands and receive data from your database.

Use of JDBC Statement is as follows:

 

Statement st = con.createStatement();

Here, con is a reference to Connection interface used in previous step .

 

4. Execute the query

Now comes the most important part i.e executing the query. Query here is an SQL Query . Now we know we can have multiple types of queries. Some of them are as follows:

 

Query for updating / inserting table in a database.

Query for retrieving data .

The executeQuery() method of Statement interface is used to execute queries of retrieving values from the database. This method returns the object of ResultSet that can be used to get all the records of a table.

The executeUpdate(sql query) method of Statement interface is used to execute queries of updating/inserting .

 

Example:

 

int m = st.executeUpdate(sql);

if (m==1)

    System.out.println("inserted successfully : "+sql);

else

    System.out.println("insertion failed");

Here sql is sql query of the type String

 

5.Close the connections

So finally we have sent the data to the specified location and now we are at the verge of completion of our task .

By closing connection, objects of Statement and ResultSet will be closed automatically. The close() method of Connection interface is used to close the connection.

Example :

 

 con.close();

 

Implementation

importjava.sql.*;

importjava.util.*;

class Main

{

    public static void main(String a[])

    {

        //Creating the connection

        String url = "jdbc:oracle:thin:@localhost:1521:xe";

        String user = "system";

        String pass = "12345";

 

        //Entering the data

        Scanner k = new Scanner(System.in);

        System.out.println("enter name");

        String name = k.next();

        System.out.println("enter roll no");

        int roll = k.nextInt();

        System.out.println("enter class");

        String cls =  k.next();

 

        //Inserting data using SQL query

        String sql = "insert into student1 values('"+name+"',"+roll+",'"+cls+"')";

        Connection con=null;

        try

        {

            DriverManager.registerDriver(new oracle.jdbc.OracleDriver());

 

            //Reference to connection interface

            con = DriverManager.getConnection(url,user,pass);

 

            Statement st = con.createStatement();

            int m = st.executeUpdate(sql);

            if (m == 1)

                System.out.println("inserted successfully : "+sql);

            else

                System.out.println("insertion failed");

            con.close();

        }

        catch(Exception ex)

        {

            System.err.println(ex);

        }

    }

}

 

 


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