pls tell me how to get govt job that means any entrense exams are ther
pls tell me how to get govt job that means any entrense exams are ther
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Hello my dear friend
If you want to get a government jobs then you write some Entrance or written test depend on the Sector
But to write these exams you must complete the graduation with minimum 60% of marks from a recognized university
Then I have listed out the some o the government sector are--------
<> Bank clerks and PO's
<> Group II and II
Thus you have so many job opportunities after graduation with minimum 60 % of marks in your Academics
That is all
You can get Govt jobs like SSC clerk/UPSC jobs(IAS/IPS/IRS/IEs/CDS)Bank jobs(SBI/IBPS)for the posts of Clerk/PO.SSC/CGL. you are to appear for the said Entrance/CWE conducted by every concern every year follow advertisement search official website to apply.
For Civil Services: A graduate or a final year candidate from the recognized University in any discipline can apply for Cvil Services.
For Banks: Minimum a complete graduate from the recognized University or equivalent in any discipline/stream can write IBPS/SBI clerk/PO CWE.
Similiraly as a Graduate you have the maximum opportunity for applying Govt,jobs.
If you want to get Government jobs than below is the Selection Procedure
>> Written tests
>> Interviews/Skill Tests
Written tests are held at All India Level
Competition is very tough as lakhs of candidates apply for the written tests whereas seats are very less
If you clear the written tests than only you can face the Interviews
You have to prepare well for the written tests
After Completion of Graduation you can apply for:
>> IBPS BANK PO- forms are being filled right now
>> SBI BANK PO
>> SBI BANK CLERKS
>> IBPS BANK CLERKS
>> LIC AAO
>> SSC Combined Graduate Level exams
>> SSC FCI Exams
>> ASM posts in Indian Railways
>> UPSC CDS Exams
>> UPSC Civil Services Exams
To get a government job,you need to success in the selection process.Generally for any government job, following selection process will be there.
Based on your qualification and age ,you can write different entrance exams for different posts.Some of exams are
UPSC CDS exam : for joining Indian Army,Navy and Air force based on graduation.
UPSC NDA exam : for joining Indian Army,Navy and Air force based on 10+2 qualification
Indian Railways (RRB) exam :for various Group D posts
Staff Selection Commission exams :For various posts different exams will be conducted.For example Combined Graduate level exam,Combined Higher Secondary level exam.
SCRA exam : For career in mechanical department of Indian Railway sector
PSUs exams : For recruiting engineering candidates(for different streams) PSUs conducts like Power Grid,BHEL,HAL,NPPGC conducts written test,these also recruits based on GATE exam.
There is huge demand amongst job seekers of Government jobs in India. Everyone likes a Government Job because of lots of security and benefits in this sector. The candidates who are really interested to do job in Government sector must read and follow the following steps. Our website RecruitmentNews from last 4 years has been working only on list and guidance to job seeker to find their suitable job in Government sector. The persons should also read our detail articles on Career Opportunities in Government Sectors for the Year 2013. Here you can find that there are lots of opportunities for graduates, post graduates and specialist qualified in India. But the main thing is that you have to follow proper steps to find out your suitable and qualified Government Job.
Way to find Government Jobs: The first and very important way to get a Government job is to find out a Government Job. Suppose you come to know about clerk vacancy after expiring the last date.
The traditional way to find-out Government jobs in India is “Employment News Paper”. However now, you can get the help of social media, net and IT. There are lots of websites which announce and publish open vacancies in Government sector. But beware some of the websites are managed by individuals and not post all Government jobs. So you can miss your favorite or qualified job. We post all government jobs daily for all the candidates even on Sunday. The candidates should do three following steps to get immediate alert on Government jobs.
Bookmark this page “All Opening Government Jobs” and Home Page “Recruitment News“.
Subscribe your email ID at the right hand sidebar to get alert directory in your email Inbox.
Like our Facebook official Page to get updated on your Facebook wall.
Identification of one’s own choices: The persons applying for any type of government job need to identify their own self and list down the career options that they think they will really enjoy working. For Example: If you are interested to do job in Bank and apply for the local inspect job. It will let you down and eliminate your interest for 9 to 5 job. The point has very much cleared in the movie 3 idiots.
Focus on your own skills, basic knowledge and strengths: Make a clear image of your own self. Don’t portray what you are not. Instead of trying to learn everything, analyze you own knowledge, strengths and skills and brush them up really well.
Do your own homework: There are a lot of career options in Government Sector for people that may sound interesting but they are not that easy to be taken up as a full- fledged career. People applying for jobs should do their part of homework by finding all the required details of what they really want to do and what interests them. It is very important to be sure of all the pros and cons of any type of work that interests people. The required tuition or studying must be done to prepare for the competitive exams and interviews.
Research: Just normal research won’t be of any help. People applying for jobs should know about the companies, exam pattern, marking structure, interview pattern, employment rules (contract basis or regular basis) that they will apply for and understand their mission. It is important to keep in mind that you’re competing with a lot of other candidates and you need to have an edge over them, physically and mentally as well. You may not be able to change your natural intelligence but you can definitely work on the skills required to get through that job.
Preparing you for the job: After doing a proper research you should prepare for it. Suppose if exam pattern and marking ways is different from another one then you should be prepare for the same. The required amount of knowledge should be there in people trying to apply for any kind of job. Research what it entails, what training a person may need to get that job and also ask for help or advice from people who are already doing it.
Preparing for the Interview: The candidates should be well prepared for the interview. Common questions are often asked. Make sure you can express yourself in a clear and articulate manner. A quick rehearsal in front of a live audience can prepare you better. Be punctual, honest and well mannered to everyone that you talk to. Alertness and presence of mind is very important.
There are many fields that you can enter based on your qualification.
But most of the govt sector companies would prefer the students with the Bachelor's degree and 60%.
The Govt sector related fields are:-
4. Indian Air Force.
5. Indian Navy.
6. Indian Army.
8. Health Department.
9. Postal Department.
Hope i have helped you in getting relevant information.
All the best
Hai, These are the exams.UPSC.IAS,IPS,CDS,BSNL,BHEL,ONGC,FCI,CBI,RRB,SSC,Gr oups,IBPS,SBI.Best of luck.
Todays world their is lots of government jobs in India .The only thing is that you will have to go through rough competition .
If you are engineering student: Then for you it would be better to apply for GATE(semi government job) or IES(Purely government jobs).
If you are of other course then you can apply for Civil services or Bank jobs (many govt jobs like IBPS,SBI etc)
ssc-combined-recruitment-assistant-grade-iii-fci-examination-2013--details-of-incomplete-on-line.jpg depositphotos_12323793-DETAIL-sign-with-green-word.jpgYou first have to mention about your educational qualifications and the subjects from which you have completed your graduation or intermediate.
Just asking such random questions without giving the basic information about yourself will not help you in getting appropriate answers. This is because there are thousands of government jobs available in India if we consider the minimum educational qualification of a person i.e. completing 8th class.
Since you have not mentioned anything about yourself, we won't be able to help you. For better answer please mention your educational qualifications and the area in which you want a job. We will definitely assist you.
For central jobs almost all exams following the same syllabus
Recently some notification is released
Administrative officer in N I C L.
IBPS PO and IBPS PO and clerk.
All the above exams will be the same syllabus.
But there is difference int he state syllabus.
the following jobs are
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