Sunday, 16 June 2019

Government jobs in India fof 10th to post graduates

Government jobs in India are supposed to be the most prestigious and safe jobs in society. So, government jobs remain the first preference of Indian youth. The value of government jobs in India increases further in areas where there is a lack of industries. Especially in the plain areas of India where agriculture is the main business. Government jobs provide a good opportunity to change the desires of the youth in such areas in reality. Because there is a good opportunity to learn in this field, with a lot of benefits besides a good salary, good post, and prestige. If you have a desire to join the mainstream in development, then the job in government sector can be a good option for you.
              Each year, chances are given for various types of jobs in the government institutions of several government departments, such as Union and state public service commissions, Railway, Banking, SSC, Army, Insurance, etc. In which millions of young people are integrated and successful. Educational qualifications and eligibility are different for these jobs. Her efforts have been made to make available all types of government jobs in India and their qualifications, eligibility, method of job selection, etc.
Government jobs in India
Government jobs in India

Why choose a government job?

                 Government jobs in India are the first voice of people, the main reason is that there are some features available in this, that can not be obtained in a private job or business. In which the first facility is job security, good salary and post status. What another type of job does not have the reputation and facility available to an IAS, IFS, IPS or other officials.
The second most important reason is that the students who live in rural areas and belong to a family whose financial condition is not very good,
So, government jobs are a good option for them, because they have less ability to do a different course like MBA, MCA, BBA or any other technical course. In such a situation, the government sector provides equal opportunity for them to be included in the mainstream. There are many jobs available in this area, which can be done without any technical education.
             The third reason is that in public sector jobs, there is a provision for the disabled and women, Thereby, they got equal opportunities and there was no frustration in them. There is no such department where they do not have a proper presence.

        In Government services, we can show our skills and ideas and help in making the country a developed nation by increasing government revenue. In the government sector, our Malik is not a single person or a group of individuals but a welfare government that protects our interests. Here are wages, allowances and other facilities are available according to the rules.

While in our private sector, our talent is influenced by nepotism, region and other reasons.
      One of the major reasons for choosing a government job is that the kind of assistance that can be received in the government sub-order if there are health and other family problems, will not be received in the private sector.
       There are many other important reasons in this way that it is appropriate to adopt government sector jobs.

Type of government job in India.

There are four types of jobs available in government sectors.
  1. A grade
  2. B grade
  3. C grade
  4. D grade

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How to choose a government job.

If you want a government job, it is most important for you to decide how you choose and which job you prefer, Because with the wrong decision you can take longer time to achieve your goal or be far from the goal. You must have seen that many youngs around you are trying to government jobs and they are constantly preparing for the preparation, yet they are not looking for success, So one of the main reasons for this is that they did not do the job selection properly. You must follow the steps given below to choose a government job-

Step - 1. First of all, try to know which type of job you are interested in. That is, you are interested in civil jobs or in defence.

Step - 2. After knowing your interest, you choose the job based on your qualifications.

Step - 3. After choosing the job you see his Syllabus.

Step - 4. Seeing Syllabus, see if there are topics according to your ability. To say that if mathematics and science are the priority in Syllabus, then you have to see if you are interested, whether you are in the grip or not, can you hold on to it.

Step-5. You choose a job whose syllabus can hold well or make it well. That means your interest is in a more general study and your writing skills is also good, So you can choose a job like civil service.

Step-6. If you are interested in doing more physical work, then choose the Defense Job so that its syllabus can be easily captured.

         Thus following the steps given above will help you choose a government job and you can get the job easier according to your desire by passing the exam in a short time.

List of institutions that provide government jobs in India.

Government jobs in India
Government jobs in India 


As mentioned above, various Government organizations are provided periodically on government jobs for different government departments and examinations are organized and vacancies are filled up. List of some of these major institutions has been given below.

UPSC(Union public service commissions)/central government jobs for graduates

UPSC is one of India's top organizations, which organizes the Civil Services Examination for the highest positions in all the institutions of the country every year. Selected candidates are in the form of appointment as Class One Officers. It is considered the most prestigious job in the country, which gives selected candidates the power to make important decisions related to governance. Selected candidates are deployed in various services under Central Government. Under this, various posts like IAS (Indian Administrative Service) IFS (Indian Foreign Service), IRS (Indian Police Service), Engineering Service, Judicial services, etc, has been included. Each year, this examination involves millions of candidates. Eligibility for joining this exam is Graduation or its equivalent and the minimum age is 21 years. But there are also additional qualifications for some services.
          UPSC also conducts examinations for defence jobs such as Assistant Commandants, CDS, etc. Every year, thousands of candidates get government jobs at higher positions in defence sectors.

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State public service commission

In each state, a State Public Service Commission (such as BPSC, UPPSC MPPSC) has been constituted, which organizes the examination for the appointment of public servants for their state. Under this, the recruitment of successful candidates is given in the first and second class government jobs.SDM, DYSP, DTO, BDO, CO, etc. under the State Public Service Commission. As the posts have been included. Qualifications and exams are based on the lines of UPSC

SSC (Staff selection commission)

SSC is a premier institution of the Government of India, which conducts examinations for government jobs in the second, third and fourth grade in all departments of the Central Government and recruits in large numbers. For second class government jobs, SSC conducts combined graduate level, popularly known as CGL, which has a minimum Graduation qualification. For the third and fourth grade, SSC conducts examinations like CHSL (combined high secondary level) and MTS (Multitasking Staff) Whose qualifications are Senior secondary and secondary respectively. Candidates should have a minimum age of 18 and maximum of 28 years for attending the SSC examinations. Thus SSC recruits thousands of different posts in different departments every year.
                   Apart from this, the State Staff Selection Commission conducts examinations on the lines of State SSC for recruitment of employees in the state.

RRB (Railway recruitment board)/government job in railway

Railway is India's largest undertaking where many jobs are available. Total in India 21 RRBs area which provides government jobs to lakhs of candidates each year. Railway Recruitment Board conducts the examination from time to time for various posts of Railways, in which lakhs candidates are successful and get government jobs.RRBs primarily conduct examinations for second, third, and fourth-grade jobs, which including both technical and nontechnical terms. The major posts under it include ASM, GOODS GARD, ALP, TC, CC, and others. The group-d exam is organized separately.

IBPS(Institute of Banking Personnel Selection)/government job in bank

Banking sectors job is considered a prestigious job in Indian society as it provides a great experience for higher pay, good facilities as well as personal and professional development. IBPS is conducting examination for 21 public sector banks and regional rural banks of India from time to time for government jobs in the banking sector, Under this sector bank PO (Probationary Officers), Bank Clark and Special Officer (SO) are recruited.
       Apart from this, the bank is recruited by the State Bank of India for its associate banks separately and the bank PO, Clarke and other posts are recruited.

TET (Teachers Eligibility Test) Government Jobs in teaching fields

Teaching jobs are a huge area for getting government jobs. Teachers from every state's education board are recruited from primary to higher secondary level by conducting TET Examination from time to time. Different qualifications have been made to become a teacher. There is a two-year teacher training with higher secondary qualifications for the primary teacher, For secondary and higher secondary teachers, respectively, with graduate and postgraduate B.Ed should have a degree.
              
Apart from the above institutions, there are many such government organizations such as LIC, GIC, OICL and state government Organization and PSU (Public Sector Undertaking) Organization like GAIL, BHEL, SAIL, DRDO, etc.Where every year millions of government jobs are created.

List of government jobs according to merit /worth.

For a government job you have been told about the organization providing jobs, but for the government job you have to have a clear knowledge of post, qualification, age, etc. Here you have tried to provide a list of some government jobs based on merit, which will help you to find a government job.

Government jobs after Post Graduate

If you are looking for a government job after doing Post Graduate / M.A, then you have been listed below for some major jobs -


S.N  
Post
Eligibility
Age
1.
Assistant professor
PG+NET/JRF/PhD
21-47
2.
PGT/Lecturers
MA+B.Ed
21-35
3.
Assistant professor in B.Ed college
MA in Education+NET/PhD
21-47

Government jobs after Graduation

After graduation, you are eligible for nearly all types of government jobs, due to which many options are open to you, Where can you find your favourable government job? Here are some of the most prominent jobs listed -

S.N
Posts
Eligibility
Age
1.
IAS,IPS,IFS,IRS and more under UPSC
Graduation
Or
Equivalent
21-32
2.
UDC(Upper Divisional Clerk)
Graduation
Or
Equivalent
18-28
3.
CPO
Graduation
18-25
4.
SSC GD constable
Graduation
18-25
5.
ASI(State label)
Graduation
18-30
6.
TGT(Trains Graduate teacher)
Graduation+B.Ed
18-35
7.
ASM(Assistant Station Master)
Graduation in any stream
18-30
8.
Goods Gard
Graduation in any stream
18-30
9.
SDM,DYSP,BDO,CO in state pcs
Graduation in any stream
18/21-35
10.
Bank PO
Graduation
18-28

Government jobs after Intermediate/government jobs for 12th pass
If you are looking for a government job after doing higher secondary, then there is no shortage of government jobs in India on this merit. Here are some of the major high secondary qualifications.
S.N
Posts
Eligibility
Age
1.
LDC(Lower Division Clerk)
Intermediate+computer typing
18-27
2.
Data Entry Operator
Intermediate+computer typing
18-27
3.
Postal Assistant
Intermediate
18-27
4.
Stenographer
Inter+shorthand typing
18-27
5.
TC(Train clerk)
Intermediate
18-28
6.
Junior Clerk in Railway
Intermediate
18-28
7.
Junior Account in Railway
Intermediate
18-28
8.
Air Force (X, Y group)
Intermediate
17.5-
19.5
9.
Navy
Intermediate
17.5 -
19.5
10.
NDA(National Defence Academy)
Intermediate
17.5-
19.5

Government jobs after Matriculation/10th pass govt job

If you can not complete any further studies after getting a secondary education, but you want to get a government job So periodically vacancies are filled up for employees of class IV in different departments. Railways and SSC conduct work for such jobs by conducting exams such as Railway Group-D and MTS for filling posts. Apart from this, these posts are also filling by the state government in all the state government departments.

Note-  The information given above was taken from various sources, in which certain terms may change in age limit, for this, check the notification before applying for any jobs.

                I hope the information given in this article will help you choose a government job. If you find this post helpful, then share it and ask any questions related to government jobs, Please comment in the comment box below.






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