|Exam Name||Organisation||Last Date|
|Assistant Commissioner of Labour Examination||TNPSC Recruitment||11-02-2018|
|Chhattisgarh Forest Service (Combined) Examination 2017||CGPSC Recruitment||06-02-2018|
|Samiksha Adhikari or Sahayak Samiksha Adhikari Examination||UPPSC Recruitment||30-01-2018|
|Deputy Manager Examination||SBI Recruitment||28-01-2018|
In the recent time of cut throat competition, cracking the Sarkari Exams like SBI-PO, SBI-Clerk, IBPS-PO/MT, Railway Recruitment Exams, Civil Services Examinations, Combined Defence Examination, Combined Engineering Services Exam, SSC-CGL, SSC-HSL, and many others has become a herculean task. Every year, a lot of people dream of getting into the government sector, but only a few of them are able to clear out the selection process of Sarkari job.
We are well known with the fact that “A dream doesn’t become reality through magic, it takes sweat, determination and hard work” so is the case with getting a Govt. Job. These competitive exams are usually objective type comprises of four sections viz General Knowledge, Verbal Ability, Reasoning and Computer Knowledge. Those who clear both the stages i.e. preliminary and mains are further put into face to face round from where they finally enter into the world of government jobs. Here on this page, we are presenting you a list of all Govt. Exams.
IBPS-PO is most popular exam conducted by Institute of Banking Personnel Selection into two stages – preliminary and mains for those who are aspiring for bank jobs. Those who clear the both stages further put into a personal interview for final selection. Candidates with a Graduate Degree can appear for this test and avail positions as Probationary Officer/ Management Trainee in different Govt. banks.
IBPS CWE Clerk
An another popular exam of Institute of Banking Personnel Selection is IBPS-Clerk Exam which is also conducted in two stages – Preliminary and Mains. There would be no interviews for central government jobs in Class-III and IV categories. Aspirants who have degrees like BCA/MCA, BBA/MBA, B.Com/M.Com, BA etc. can appear in this examination.
SBI PO/MT Exam
SBI PO is similar to IBPS-PO exam and it is conducted by the State Bank of India every year to hire Probationary Officers in the different SBI branches.
SBI-Clerk is also a common exam for banking job aspirants which is conducted by State Bank of India all across the country. The exam comprises of topics like Quantitative Aptitude, Reasoning Ability, General English and Current Affairs.
SSC-CHSL & SSC-CGL Exam
SSC HSC and CGL exam are conducted every year by Staff Selection Commission on the national level. The 10th-12th pass candidates can appear for Combined Higher Secondary Level exam as well as graduate candidates having degrees like B.A/M.A, B.COM, BCA etc. can appear for Combined Graduate Level examination. Those who are aspiring for SSC Jobs can check the notifications of these tests in the Employment Newspaper.
Railway Recruitment Tests
Indian Railways offer lucrative job opportunities for aspirants who wish to get railway govt jobs. For this purpose, various government railway exams like SCRA, RRB-Non Technical, Railway Officer Examination, etc. conducted by the Railway Recruitment Board (RRB). Job hunters who have requisite qualification i.e B.Tech/M.Tech, ITI, 10th-12th, BA can get Sarkari Naukri in railways through these exams.
Special Class Railway Apprentices examination is a national level recruitment exam conducted under the supreme authorisation of the Union Public Service Commission. The SCRA exam will be conducted once every two years, as per the railway ministry new rules. UPSC conducts the examination in two stages i.e. written test and personality test. The written test carries 600 marks while the interview/ personality test carries 200 marks. It is vital for Sarkari Naukri seekers to clear both the rounds.
Teachers Eligibility Test
Teaching is one of the highly demanding profession in India. So, every year central and state governments release notifications to hire eligible teachers by conducting TET. Aspirants who have B.Ed./M.Ed. degree can appear for this exam as per their state guidelines.
UPSC Civil Services Exam
Civil Services exam is a combined test conducted every year by the Union Public Service Commission to hire eligible persons on three Indian services respectively – Indian Administrative Services, Indian Foreign Services, and Indian Police Services. Graduate candidates with the maximum age limit of 28 years can appear for this prestigious test.
Combined Defence Services (CDS) Exam
CDS exam is an another test conducted by UPSC for hiring officers into the Indian Army, Indian Air Force, and Indian Navy. Candidates holding any graduate degree can appear for this exam.
Apart from above-mentioned tests, there are various other Sarkari exams like LIC-AAO, RBI Grade-B, IBPS Specialist Officer, UPSC- Indian Forest Services, RRB-JE/ SSE, RRB-ALP, etc. through which different organisations hire candidates for various profiles i.e. Manager, Assistant Loco Pilot, Junior Engineer, Forest Ranger and many others.
So, all those who are aspiring to get into the Indian Government Sector must have to clear Sarkari/ Govt. exams which are held from time to time in diverse sectors like Banking Jobs, PSU’s, Police, Railway, Defence, UPSC, SSC and other miscellaneous categories.
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