Competitive Exams 2018
The number of applicants to the government jobs are increasing year by year. The reason why people prefer working for government sector is job security and the benefits they are applicable to.
There is a large association of young people inclined towards government jobs, which has resulted in a huge number of training institutes being established. Nowadays, we can see various kinds of people who apply for jobs in the government sector. Like Chartered Accountants, MBA grads and PhD holders also apply for the government job.
These institutes provide a great source of information and training as well as best guides like IAS study material.
However, along with the job profile offered, eligibility criteria grabs the weight.
Aspirants can apply for the below mentioned jobs, wherein the job title, minimum eligibility and the last date to apply for the positions are stated:
|Job Title||Minimum Eligibility||Last Date|
|Assistant in NIACL||Graduate||31.07.2018|
|UPPSC Vacancy for FRO, ACF||Graduate||06.08.2018
|Rajasthan Stenographer Recruitment 2018||10+2||10.08.2018
|SSC – Combined Higher Secondary Exam-2018 (Tier-I)||10+2||18.02.2019
|SSC – Constable (GD & Rifleman) – 54953 Posts||10th Class||24-08-2018|
|Project Scientist – B – 2 Posts||BE/ B.Tech/ PG||06-08-2018
The eligibility criteria are very simple for most of the examinations. For instance, if a person wants to take up UPSC exams, the UPSC exam eligibility is a graduate. This is one of the factors that the government jobs pulls people towards them.
What attracts the people towards the government jobs?
- Job security
- Benefits and welfare
- Annual hikes
- Work pressure is nil
- Potential to take decisions
- Good salary