Indian Navy has released notification for Unmarried men and women candidates for grant of Short Service Commission (SSC) for the course commencing Jun 2022 onwards at Indian Naval Academy (INA) Ezhimala, Kerala. Eligible candidates may apply […]
Indian Navy, Naval Ship Repair Yard, Port Blair has released notification for Ex-Naval Dockyard Apprentice for Tradesman (Skilled) posts. Eligible candidates can apply within 50 days from the date of publication of advertisement in the […]
Indian Navy has released the notification for the recruitment of unmarried male candidates for enrollment as Sailor MR in the Oct 2021 batch. Eligible candidates can apply from 19-07-2021 to 23-07-2021. Post Name and Stipend […]
Union Public Service Commission (UPSC), has released the notification of the National Defence Academy and Naval Academy Examination (II) 2021 for unmarried male candidates. Eligible candidates can apply online before 29-06-2021 (06:00 P.M). Exam Name […]
Indian Navy has released the notification for the recruitment of unmarried male candidates for enrollment as sailors for AA (Artificer Apprentice) and SSR (Senior Secondary Recruits) in the Aug 2021 batch. Eligible candidates can apply […]
Indian Navy has released the notification for the recruitment of Tradesman Mate (Group-C), Non-Gazetted at various commands. Eligible candidates can apply from 22-02-2021 to 07-03-2021 (17:00 hrs). Post Name and Pay Scale Vacancies Educational Qualification Tradesman […]
Union Public Service Commission (UPSC) has released the notification for the Combined Defence Services Examination (I) 2021 under various courses. Eligible candidates may apply online before 17-11-2020 (06:00 PM). Exam Name Combined Defence Services Examination […]
Indian Navy has released the notifications for unmarried male and female candidates for filling up the posts of Short Service Commission (SSC) Officers in Executive Branch, Technical Branch and Education Branch. Eligible candidates may apply online […]
Naval Dockyard Mumbai has released the notification for the recruitment of the posts of Apprenticeship Training in Non-Designated Trades (OT-03) at Dockyard Apprentice School under Apprentice Act 1961. Eligible candidates may register online before 20-09-2019 (23:50 […]
Indian Navy has released the notifications for unmarried male candidates for the recruitment of the posts of Sailors for Apr 2020 Batch. Eligible candidates may apply online from 26-07-2019 to 01-08-2019. Post Name and Pay Scale […]
Government Jobs – Reliability and peace of mind for life
Government jobs have always been the go-to stream for most people in the country. The benefits and the packages that come with government jobs are not the only aspects of what attracts people to government jobs.
Factors like job security and the assurance that your old-age would not pass penniless are features that attract people towards government jobs. With the government being involved in various aspects of growth and development, it is not impossible for anyone with a specialised skill set to find a job that best puts their skills to use.
Since the nation’s independence, Government has tirelessly set up organisations and departments that work towards the welfare of the people. Its main aim has always been the welfare of the people by employing people.
All government jobs primarily focus on providing the opportunity for services to be rendered to the masses. This opportunity when used wisely can turn people’s fortunes. It is due to this very nature of government jobs that bagging a government job is such a competitive affair.
Top Government Job recruiters
Government Institutions are the hiring bodies for government jobs. Government jobs however have a tedious procedure in place to sift out the best from the barrage of candidate applications pouring in from all around the country.
Indian Railways, Indian post, government bank jobs, etc are some of the major recruiters. There are also various NGOs and educational institutions that are initiated by the government that hire people all around the year.
Various programmes initiated by the government like the UDAY scheme, or the Beti Bachao Beti Padhao scheme require efficient personnel that are able to drive these schemes to success.
Job Prospects in Government institutions
The possibilities in government institutions are endless. There are various job profiles within government institutions that will make sure the candidates skills are adequately put to use.
For an aspiring candidate wanting to get a job in a government organisation, job opportunities in branches like Defence, banking, medical, educational, agriculture, research and scientific development, infrastructure and civil engineering, etc are some of the most promising career prospects.
There are vacancies for chemical engineers aeronautical engineers and various engineering factions all around the year. As India is a developing nation, employing as many talented individuals for the betterment of the nation happens to be the priority, lest they be picked up by private organisations.
There are various websites that link you directly to recruiters looking out for the best candidates. All it takes is a minor application fee and you would, very systematically, be notified about the further procedures.
Eligibility criteria for Government job
The criteria for government job vary as per the vacancy that is available and the nature of the job. While some jobs require the rigour of youth for its smooth implementation of plans, others require the steadiness that comes with years of experience in a certain field. However, academically, every government job requires you to have a 10+2 degree to bag a decent job for yourself.
There are various competitive exams like IBPS PO, IBPS Clerk, SSC JE, OICL, NDA, RRB, AL, Railway Exams, etc that need to be cleared before you even send in your application to government institutions for a job.