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Saturday, June 1, 2019

Jobs Internship in Higher Education Commission 2019

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Internship jobs as published on website of Higher Education Commission with URL https://www.hec.gov.pk on 31-05-2019.

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Applications are invited from Pakistani nationals having Master's degree or equivalent (at least 2nddivision) for Internship in the Higher Education Commission (HEC), Islamabad for a period of 01 (one) year (maximum).
Who can apply for Internship in HEC 2019?
  • Fresh graduates (recently graduated) will be preferred

What is the Pay package for Internship program in HEC 2019

  • The pay package admissible to each intern will be Rs.20,000/- per month

Last date for Submission of Application in HEC 2019 Internship Program

  • Last date for submission of application form is 14th June 2019.


How to Apply for Internship program in HEC 2019

  • Applicants are required to download Application Form on the prescribed format from  and send hard copy of the application form to the undersigned.

Who cannot Apply for Internship program in HEC 2019

    • The candidates who have served 02-years or more in HEC as Intern will not be considered for this program.

    Instructions for Internship Program in HEC 2019

    • Those who have applied earlier should apply again on the prescribed format
    • Last date for submission of application form is 14th June 2019.
    • Incomplete / late applications will not be entertained. 
    • No TA/DA will be admissible for appearing in test/interview. HEC reserves the right to reject any or all the applications without assigning any reason. 
    Note:Refer to original Advertisement on HEC website


    https://www.hec.gov.pk/english/HECAnnouncements/Pages/invited-Internship.aspx

    Important Note
    • Applications should reach at the given address latest by June 14, 2019late and incomplete applications will not be considered.
    • No TA/DA will be given to applicants called for the test/interview.
    Address
    • Muhammad Shafiq, Assistant Director (HRM), Higher Education Commission, Sector H-9, Islamabad.
    • Phone No. 051-90401423
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    Number Systems in Computer Science and Conversion Method

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    Q1. What is a Number System? What are different types of number system?

    Number system

    A number system is a set of digits, symbols and rules to express quantities in counting and calculations. Following are the most commonly used number systems:


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    Decimal Number System

    It is most commonly used number system. It has 10 symbols{0,1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9}. It is also called base 10 number system. People normally use decimal number system to represent numbers.


    Binary Number System

    In binary number system there are only two symbols {0 and 1}. In a computer all data is represented by Binary number system. This is because computer’s electronic switches have only two states on and OFF. When a switch is ON it represents a 1 and when a switch is OFF, it represents a Zero.

    Octal Number System

    Octal number system consists of 8 digits{0,1,2,3,4,5,6,7}. Its base is 8. It is used as shorthand for long binary numbers. Each octal digit represents 3 binary digits.

    Octal
    Binary
    0
    000
    1
    001
    2
    010
    3
    011
    4
    100
    5
    101
    6
    110
    7
    111


    Hexadecimal Number System

    Hexadecimal number system is used to represent long binary numbers in an easy and short form. Its base is 16. It has sixteen symbols{0,1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9,A,B,C,D,E,F}. Each hexadecimal digit represents 4 binary digits.
    Hexadecimal
    Binary
    Hexadecimal
    Binary
    0
    0000
    8
    1000
    1
    0001
    9
    1001
    2
    0010
    A
    1010
    3
    0011
    B
    1011
    4
    0100
    C
    1100
    5
    0101
    D
    1101
    6
    0110
    E
    1110
    7
    0111
    F
    1111



    Q2. Conversion of Decimal (Integer part) to other systems

                                      
    a) 4510 = (?)2   
    b) 11910 =(?)8
    c) 19010 =(?)16
    2
    45
    2
    22-1
    2
    11-0
    2
    5  -1
    2
    2  -1
    2
    1  -0

    0  -1 
    8
    119
    8
    14-7
    8
    1  -6

    0  -1
    16
    190
    16
    11-14(E)

    0  -11(B)
       
               

    => 4510 = (101101)2                          4510=(167)8                       19010=(BE)16                       


    Q3. Conversion of Decimal system (Fraction part) to other systems

    a) (.23)10   = (?)2
    b) (.225)10 = (?)8
    c) (.225)10 = (?)16


    Fraction
    Integer
    .23 X 2 = 0.46
    .46
    0
    .46 X 2 = 0.92
    .92
    0
    .92 X 2 = 1.84
    .84
    1
    .84 X 2 = 1.68
    .68
    1
    .68 X 2 = 1.36
    .36
    1

    => (.23)10   = (.00111)2        [Similar method is used for decimal (fraction) to Octal (multiply by 8)and hexadecimal(multiply by 16)]

    Q4. Conversion of Other systems (Integer part) to Decimal


    a)  (101101)2    =( ? )10     b)    (167)8  = (?)10                 (BE)16 =(?)10                      
       
      a) (101101)2                                                   
         =1x25+0x24+1x23+1x22+0x21+1x20 
        = 32   + 0   +   8   +  4   + 0     +1
        = 45 
    b) (167)8          
         =1x82+6x81+7x80 
        = 64   + 48   +  7
        = 119 
    c) (BE)2            
         =Bx161+Ex160 
        =  11x161+14x160 
        =  176   + 14
        =   190 


    Q5. Conversion of Other systems(Fraction part) to Decimal number system

    a)  (.110)2    =( ? )10     b)    (.75)8  = (?)10                 (.13)16 =(?)10                       
       
      a) (.110)2                                                        
         =.{1x2-1+1x2-2+0x2-3} 
         =.{ 1/2   + 1/4   +   0}
         =.{  .5    +  .25  +    0}
         =.75
    b) (.75)8            
         =.{7x8-1+5x8-2  }
         =.{ 7/8   + 5/64 }
         = .{.875 + .0781}
         = .9531 
    c) (.13)16           
         =.{1x16-1+3x16-2  }
         =.{1/16   +3/256} 
        =  .{.0625   + .01171}
        =   .0742 



          Conversion of  non-decimal Number system to Other non-decimal number system


          For example to convert OCTAL into HEXADECIMAL, use the follwing steps:

    1)            Convert octal into decimal

    2)            Convert decimal into hexadecimal





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    Saturday, May 18, 2019

    Download 2019 List of E-Branches of Banks Fresh Currency Notes

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    External Relations Department of State Bank of Pakistan issued a notification on 17 May 2019 for Fresh Currency Notes 2019. The details are given below: Courtesy http://http://www.sbp.org.pk

    Codes 2019 E-Branches of banks for Fresh currency Notes 2019 Eid
    Codes 2019 E-Branches of banks for Fresh currency Notes 2019 Eid

    State Bank relaunches 8877 SMS service for issuance of fresh currency notes State Bank of Pakistan, through its subsidiary SBP Banking Services Corporation (SBP BSC) has relaunched the SMS service for issuance of fresh currency notes to the general public. The fresh currency notes will be available from designated commercial bank branches called “ebranches” and the sixteen field offices of SBP BSC. The booking of the service shall commence from 19th May, 2019, while issuance of fresh currency through mobile SMS service will start from 20th May and continue till 31st May, 2019.

    The service will be provided through 1702 e-branches & 16 SBP BSC offices in 142 cities across Pakistan to ensure maximum geographical coverage. The charges for the service are Rs. 1.50/- plus tax, per SMS.
    The branch IDs of designated e-branches are available at SBP website http://www.sbp.org.pk, PBA website http://www.pakistanbanks.org, commercial banks websites and will also be displayed prominently outside designated e-branches. It may be noted that the branch ID for e-branch is different from the existing branch/SWIFT code of banks. Under this facility, a person may send an SMS message comprising his/her 13 digits CNIC/Smart card number along with the desired e-branch ID [e.g. 32453-3454432-1(space)KHI001] to short code 8877.
    In return, the person will receive an SMS containing redemption code, e-branch address and the code validity period. Redemption code received by the customer will be valid for two (02) working days as per the mentioned dates in the SMS. The customer may then approach the concerned e-branch along with his/her original CNIC/Smart card, a photocopy of the CNIC/Smart card and transaction code received from 8877 to obtain fresh currency notes. An individual can obtain three (03) packets of Rs.10/- and one (01) packet each of Rs. 50/- & Rs. 100/-. It is also notified that each CNIC/Smart card number or mobile phone number can only be used once.

    Download the E-Branch List 2019 for Fresh Currency Notes  (Courtesy: http://www.pakistanbanks.org)


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