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RRB ALP Technician Phase II Exam Hall Ticket 2019 Exam Date | Syllabus | Exam Pattern

RRB ALP Technician Phase II Exam Hall Ticket 2019 Exam Date | Syllabus | Exam Pattern:
Indian Railways, Railway Recruitment Board has been announce the RRB ALP Technician Phase II Mains written exam call letter uploading from 4 days prior to Second Stage CBT
Date mentioned in Exam City and Date Intimation. The RRB ALP Technician Exam will be held on 21/01/2019 to 23/01/2019 and RRB ALP Tech Stage Second Exam Hall Ticket is not published on official website so, all applicant don’t worry RRB ALP Tech post exam permission letter date is soon updating on official website.
RRB ALP Technician Phase II Exam Hall Ticket 2019
After activate the link of RRB Assistant Loco Pilot written test phase 2 exam call letter & exam date we will update our website then you can download and check your examination for exam preparation RRNB ALP Technician post exam syllabus & Exam Patter all details already mention in below content.
Important Dates and Time for Second Stage Computer Based Test (CBT)
CEN 01/2018 (ALP & Technicians Posts)

Second Stage CBT
21-01-19 to 23-01-19

Viewing of the Exam City and Date Intimation
From 1100hrs on 09-01-19

Downloading of Travel Pass for SC/ST Candidates
From 1100hrs on 09-01-19

Download of E Call Letter
4 days prior to Second Stage CBT Date mentioned in Exam City and Date Intimation

Activation of Mock Link for Second Stage CBT
12-01-2019

RRB ALP Pilot Stage 2nd Exam Call Letter 2019
Railway Recruitment Board sometime conducted the ALP & Technician Phase 1 examination and those applicants are qualified in Stage 1st they are only going to the RRB ALP Technician Stage II Examination we are expecting the RRN ALP Technician Stage Second exam call letter soon update on official website. Exam date applicants must be Carry your exam hall ticket and 1 Photo ID card don’t forget your exam call letter without RRN ALP Technician exam permission letter you don’t have to enter the exam center.
Click here download the RRB ALP Technician Stage Second Exam Notice 2019
Click here download the RRB ALP Technician Stage Second Exam Syllabus 2019
How to Download RRB ALP Technician Hall Ticket 2019

Applicants must be go to the RRB Official website
Search the link of ALP Technician Phase II Exam Call Letter
Select the correct link of RRB ALP Phase II Exam Hall Ticket
Fill the all details about the candidates
Like Name, Registration No and Date of Birth DOB
Submit it
Download the RRB ALP Technician Phase II Hall Ticket

RRB ALP Technician Stage II Exam Patten  

CBT Stage 2 – Part A
Mathematics

Reasoning

General Science

GK/Current Affairs

CBT Stage 2 – Part B
Trade Syllabus

Click here download the RRB Stage ALP Exam Hall Ticket 2019
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Tennessee HS basketball honors teammate's slain brother with pregame shirts

Not a day goes by that Kyron Stocking doesn’t think about his older brother.
On Jan. 6, 2018, Kentavious Wilson, a member of the 2015 Haywood (Brownsville, Tenn.) team that won a state title, was sitting with two others in a car late at night when an unknown individual opened fire. While the two others walked away uninjured, Wilson died at age 19.
The case is still open.
“When I found out that Kentavious had been shot, I was convinced that it was an accident,” Stocking said. “I thought that they were playing and something happened that just wasn’t supposed to have happened.
“It was always just me and him. Wherever he went, I went. Now I don’t have him there, so a lot’s changed in just a year.”
On Saturday, almost a year to the day later, Stocking was out on the court warming up for a game against South Side. And his brother was right there with him.

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During warm-ups, Stocking and his teammates all wore the same purple shirtt with Wilson’s portrait on it three times alongside a pair of dice.
In the stands, Stocking’s mother, Kemmeka Currie, watched as her youngest son and his teammates completed the 51-50 win over South Side. She wore the same custom-made purple shirt that Stocking and the rest of the Haywood players were wearing during warm-ups. Haywood fans, family and friends also wore that same shirt to honor Wilson.
“Getting the win is nice, but tonight really wasn’t about all for us,” Currie said. “Tonight was more about all of the love I saw from everyone in the building for my son.”
Read the rest of the story at the Jackson Sun.

More News!With LAUSD strike looming, sporting events would be postponedArizona seeking approval to create high school Open Division playoff systemEx-Arizona assistant coach Book Richardson files plea bargain in bribery and fraud case

With LAUSD strike looming, sporting events would be postponed

The Los Angeles Unified School District, home to more than 1,000 schools and 60,000 employees, is on the brink of a strike.
After negotiations for a new contract agreement over the last 20 months proved unfruitful, the teachers’ union United Teachers Los Angeles set Thursday as the day in which teachers would strike, according to the Los Angeles Daily News.
With the looming threat comes the potential of high school sporting events being canceled or postponed.
On Tuesday, the LAUSD sent a memo to principals stating that all games would be postponed and practices canceled if there is a strike, according to the Los Angeles Times.

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Official practices would not be allowed to take place in a different location, though players could organize their own.
The basketball and soccer championships need to be completed by Feb. 23 for teams to qualify for state tournaments, according to the outlet. If the strike lasts long enough to affect this, the City Section will try to change the playoff schedules.
This does not include independent charter schools, according to the Los Angeles Times. Play would be allowed between those schools because teachers sign separate contracts.
There are currently no schools in the LAUSD in the boys or girls basketball Super 25.
The district and UTLA are scheduled to meet Wednesday morning, according to the LA Times.

Arizona seeking approval to create high school Open Division playoff system

The Arizona Interscholastic Association is only an approval from the Executive Board away from making an eight-team Open Division football playoff a reality next season.
The AIA will ask the board to vote on the proposal at its Jan. 22 meeting.
During Tuesday’s reclassification meeting, AIA Executive Director David Hines presented feedback he received from schools. The majority is in favor of an Open Division, which would take the top eight teams from 6A, 5A and 4A next season and put them in a College Football Playoff-like bracket for what will be billed as the Super Bowl of Arizona high school football.
The reclassification committee Tuesday voted in favor of eight teams, instead of 12, for the playoffs. It also voted to keep 6A at 16 teams for its playoffs. And the committee decided it would be best to not add a human element to rank the teams for the Open Division, but use computer rankings, such as MaxPreps.

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Margin of victory would figure into the rankings, but the cap would be 14 points. The committee also talked about making the cap 21 points. The hope is not to get teams to run up the score, especially at the end of games when a team is trying to make it a 14-point win if it is close.
Based on the 2018 season, Scottsdale Saguaro (4A champion) and Peoria Centennial (5A champion) would have been playing for the Open Division title against six 6A schools, led by state champion Chandler.
Centennial shocked the state in 2015, when the AIA did a super division at the highest level that was left with only 17 schools in the conference, after a rash of appeals to move down. The following year, the AIA scrapped the formula and went back to placing schools in conferences based only on enrollment numbers and doing away with treating football separately.
But there have been so many lopsided scores the last two seasons, and some schools had safety concerns, even playing against a powerhouse in its own conference.
“I think it’s an exciting proposition,” said Saguaro coach Jason Mohns, who has led the Sabercats to a state-record string of six titles, five of those coming in 4A and another in Division II (the 2015 version of 5A). “We need more information. But it has the potential to be a good thing.”
Here are the final MaxPreps’ Arizona 2018 rankings for the top eight:
No. 1 Chandler, No. 2 Centennial, No. 3 Gilbert Perry, No. 4 Gilbert Highland, No. 5 Saguaro, No. 6 Phoenix Pinnacle, No. 7 Phoenix Desert Vista, No. 8 Phoenix Mountain Pointe.
Read the full story at AZCentral.

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POLL: Vote for the Super 25 Girls Basketball Top Star, Week 5

Here are the candidates for this week’s Super 25 Top Star. Players are nominated based off games played in the previous week.
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RELATED:  Super 25 Girls Basketball Rankings, Week 5 
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After Trevor Lawrence's National Championship performance, look back at recent ALL-USA Offensive Players of the Year

On Monday night, Clemson football shocked the nation by thoroughly defeating Alabama 44-16 behind true freshman quarterback Trevor Lawrence.
RELATED: 2018 ALL-USA Offensive Football Team
The 19-year-old championship MVP was also the ALL-USA Offensive Player of the Year in 2017.
Take a look back to see what other recent former Offensive Player of the Year winners are doing now.

<p><strong>Position:</strong> QB<br/><strong>Current Team:</strong> Clemson<br/><strong>School:</strong> Cartersville (Ga.)<br/><strong>ALL-USA POY Year:</strong> 2017<br/>Lawrence took over the starting job at Clemson as a true freshman and led the Tigers to the first 15-0 season in college football since 1897. He dismantled Alabama and Nick Saban in the National Championship Game 44-16 and was named the Offensive MVP.</p><p><em>Photo: John David Mercer/USA TODAY Sports</em></p>

<p><strong>Position:</strong> QB<br />
<strong>Current Team:</strong> Ohio State<br />
<strong>School:</strong> Bishop Gorman (Las Vegas)<br />
<strong><strong>ALL-USA </strong>POY Year: </strong>2016<br />
Martell will be a redshirt sophomore season next fall for Ohio State. After redshirting his first year with the Buckeyes, Martell served as a backup to Dwayne Haskins in 2018-19. With Haskins entering the 2019 NFL Draft, Martell has the opportunity to win the starting job come fall.</p>

<p><em>Photo: Kelvin Kuo/USA TODAY Sports</em></p>

<p><strong>Position:</strong> QB<br />
<strong>Current Team:</strong> Washington<br />
<strong>School:</strong> Lake Stevens (Wash.)<br />
<strong><strong>ALL-USA </strong>POY Year:</strong> 2015<br />
Eason initially went to Georgia and passed for 2,430 yards, 16 touchdowns and eight interceptions as a freshman. The next season, he suffered an injury in the first game, which led to Jake Fromm taking over and leading the Bulldogs to the college football playoff. Eason transferred to Washington and sat out this year due to transfer rules this season. However, quarterback Jake Browning will be gone next season, which leaves Eason a chance to win the spot.</p>

<p><em>Photo: Joe Nicholson, USA TODAY Sports</em></p>

<p><strong>Position:</strong> QB<br />
<strong>Current Team:</strong> Oklahoma<br />
<strong>High School:</strong> Allen (Texas)<br />
<strong><strong>ALL-USA </strong>POY Year: </strong>2014<br />
In Murray's first year as starting quarterback for Oklahoma, he won the Heisman trophy and led his team to the College Football Playoff. He threw for 4,053 yards, 40 touchdowns and seven interceptions. Though Murray has impressed with his passing ability, he announced he would play baseball instead of football at the next level. He was drafted ninth overall by the Oakland Athletics in the 2018 MLB Draft.</p>

<p><em>Photo: Kevin Jairaj-USA TODAY Sports</em></p>

<p><strong>Position:</strong> RB<br />
<strong>Current Team:</strong> Jacksonville Jaguars<br />
<strong>School:</strong> St. Augustine (New Orleans)<br />
<strong>ALL-USA POY Year:</strong> 2013<br />
Similar to Lawrence, Fournette took the country by storm in college. He rushed for 1,034 yards and 10 touchdowns in his freshman season, earning a spot on the 2014 All-SEC Freshman Team. Fournette finished his collegiate career fourth all-time in rushing yards among LSU running backs. Fournette was drafted by the Jacksonville Jaguars in 2017 and had 1,040 rushing yards as a rookie.</p>

<p><em>Photo: USA TODAY Sports Images</em></p>

<p><strong>Position:</strong> QB<br />
<strong>Current Team:</strong> Retired due to injury<br />
<strong>School:</strong> Skyline (Sammamish, Wash.)<br />
<strong>ALL-USA POY Year:</strong> 2012<br />
Browne sat behind Cody Kessler for two years at USC. He was named the starter in 2016 but was eventually replaced by Sam Darnold. Browne transferred to Pittsburgh for the 2017, where he earned the starting job, but suffered a season-ending shoulder injury in his last season of collegiate eligibility, which ended his football career.</p>

<p><em>Photo: John Froschauer/AP</em></p>

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VIDEO: Chargers QB Philip Rivers was also a HS DB, and had at least one INT

The things you learn on the internet. Not only was Chargers All-Pro quarterback Philip Rivers a star quarterback in high school, he was also a legitimate, contributing defensive back. And he could actually play.
Buried behind other, more notable highlights from a random 1999 two-game sampling of Athens (Ala.) High School Golden Eagles snow jobs is a pretty solid interception by Rivers. The play was first unearthed by Boston.com sports writer Hayden Bird, who gets all the credit for going the extra mile to find Rivers doing something unusual that doesn’t involve a bolo tie or converted van:

Random discovery: Philip Rivers played defensive back in high school, and actually made at least one interception. His speed appears to have remained about the same over the years. pic.twitter.com/cqMHiNh5AQ
— Hayden Bird (@haydenhbird) January 8, 2019

Now, we don’t know if Rivers started at defensive back or if he was just used in some nickel and dime packages and as a reserve. Whichever, he did an impressive job high pointing this pass by a quarterback for Austin High School (Decatur, Ala.) and then attempted to return it to the end zone.
That didn’t go as well. To call Rivers’ return “horse-like” would be apt. It’s not that he can’t run, it’s just that, well, he’s not very fast and it looks more like a canter than a full-blown run. No one has ever confused Philip Rivers for a dual-threat quarterback.
There’s plenty of more Rivers highlights buried among this YouTube video, which is absolutely of the pre-modern YouTube error, so it’s pixelation can be forgiven. Among the other interesting notes from the 1999 Athens Golden Eagles: Rivers’ running back, Mario Stanley, went on to play at UAB, another running back, Michale Troupe, eventually played for the Louisville Cardinals (as a defensive back) and wide receiver Von Webb played his position for Memphis. That’s a pretty strong high school team!
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Insegurança pública leva a recesso de 9 a 11 de janeiro, nos campi da Unilab no Ceará

Diante de diversos atos de criminalidade registrados nos últimos dias no estado do Ceará, gerando quadro de insegurança pública e de prejuízo nas atividades de transporte público, a Reitoria da Universidade da Integração Internacional da Lusofonia Afro-Brasileira (Unilab) publicou, nesta terça-feira (8), a portaria 04/2019, estabelecendo recesso acadêmico e administrativo, garantidas as atividades essenciais, nos campi localizados no Ceará, nos dias 09, 10 e 11 de janeiro de 2019.  
 
As atividades acadêmicas previstas para o período de 4 a 11 de janeiro serão recuperadas de acordo com proposta a ser elaborada, após o recesso, pela Pró-Reitoria de Graduação, incluindo a indicação de novas datas para o trancamento de cursos na Diretoria de Registro e Controle Acadêmico (DRCA).
 
As atividades relacionadas a contratos, pagamentos e assistência estudantil ficam asseguradas. As refeições (almoço e jantar) continuarão sendo servidas apenas no Restaurante Universitário (RU) do Campus da Liberdade, em Redenção/CE, nos horários normais. Fica suspensa circulação de ônibus intercampi, assim como as viagens programadas para os veículos oficiais.
 
As horas não trabalhadas no período de recesso deverão ser compensadas pelos servidores até o mês subsequente, nos termos da Lei n. 8.112/1990. 
 
Redenção, 8 de janeiro de 2019
 
A Reitoria

Paralyzed Calif. HS football coach: United failed to help me off flight

A paralyzed head football coach at a California high school claims he was the victim of discrimination against his disability after United Airlines allegedly failed to provide proper accommodation to get him off two connecting flights, nearly forcing he and his new wife to miss their next flight.
As reported by Chicago ABC affiliate WLS, Independence High School (Bakersfield, Calif.) head football coach Tyler Shilhabel was traveling to the Dominican Republic with his wife for their honeymoon when United Airlines failed to secure him an aisle chair to transport him off the plane, nor did it provide any kind of a ramp or elevator to help him get off the flight. That left the coach to scoot all the way down the plane on his rear end before having to hop down step by step off the jet bridge to get to his wheelchair.
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Making matters worse, his flight back from the Dominican Republic to Chicago was met with an even worse gauntlet on his way off the plane:
Following the honeymoon, on the couple’s connecting flight in Chicago, he says United Airlines also did not have an aisle chair.
This time, Schilhabel says he and his wife had seats in the back of the plane.
“So I scooted on my bottom all 31 rows to the front of the plane, got on my chair, got through customs and we were able to make our connecting flight,” he said.
According to the WLS, United offered Schilhabel and his wife a $1,000 travel voucher each for failing to provide ample transportation off the plane, but the coach has thus far refused.
“It not necessarily about the money or getting anything in return, it’s just the fact that people have been treated like this on multiple occasions not just myself, and it seems like they haven’t done anything to fix it,” Schilhabel told the WLS.