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Government sector jobs have become the most sought-after in recent times in India. When the youth were reluctant about them, Sarkari Naukri has become the dream of the significant population of qualified youngsters. The glory of the IT boom at the start of the millennium started to fade away, and the global economic crises led to the shift in perception about Government Jobs in India. There was a time when government jobs were viewed as mediocre and without many career prospects. Those were times when the private sector was booming like anything.
Latest Upcoming Govt Jobs 2021 in India February
|State||Org Name||Post Name||Qualification||Advt No||Last Date||More Info|
|THSTI||Project Scientist I (M.Phil/Ph.D) Project Associate I (M.Sc, MVSC)||Animal cell culture and Antiviral research.||THS/RN/01/2021/02-II||03.03.2021||More Details|
|Maharashtra, Nasik||Hindustan Aeronautics Ltd||1) Radiologist (MBBS/MD/DNB) 2) Gastroenterologist (MBBS/MD/DNB/DM)||Radiologist (MBBS/MD/DNB) Gastroenterologist (MBBS/MD/DNB/DM)||NK/1209(6)/VC(Radiology & Gastroenterologist)/2021/01||24.02.2021||More Details|
|Maharashtra, Mumbai||CENTRAL BANK OF INDIA||CHIEF COMPLIANCE OFFICER - CONTRACTOR||Graduate with CAIIB||NA||08.03.2021||More Details|
|Uttar Pradesh||UPHESC||Assistant Professor||Master Degree||50||26.03.2021||More Details|
|Central Govt||Indian Navy||Tradesman Mate||ITI Certificate||INCET-TMM-01/2021||07.03.2021||More Details|
|NEW DELH||GAIL||Executive Trainee||Bachelor Degree in Engineering||GAIL/OPEN/ET/1A/2020||16.03.2021||More Details|
|Uttar Pradesh||Central Drug Research Institute||Project AssistantOne||B.Sc. in Life Sciences||01/2021||19.02.2021||More Details|
|Gujarat||CSMCRI||Project Associate||M.Sc. (Chemistry)||MSST/GAP/FEB||05.03.2021||More Details|
|Tamil Nadu||Tamil Nadu HigherSecondary EducationalService||Post Graduate Assistants||Post Graduate with atleast 50% marks||01/2021||25.03.2021||More Details|
|Maharashtra||INDIAN OVERSEAS BANK||Manager||B.E. / B. Tech Degree or Post Graduate Degree in Computer Science||HRDD/RECT/01/2020-2||21.02.2021||More Details|
|CHANDIGARH||CHANDIGARH STATE AIDS CONTROL SOCIETY||3 ICTC Laboratory Technician 1 Blood Bank Laboratory Technician 1 Blood Bank Counselor||Degree in Medical Laborator||NA||08.03.2021||More Details|
|Mumbai||Bhabha Atomic Research Centre||Junior Research Fellowships||60% aggregate in B.Sc. 55% aggregate in M.Sc||03/2020 (R-V)||31.03.2021||More Details|
There were many opportunities and much potential for growth, often luring the young generation of educated people. However, as much as the potential it had, the private sector had many risks associated with them. The economies they invested in and the clients they worked for collapsed, the private sector took a beating. Many people lost their jobs and maintained to keep them lost the hope for imminent career growth.
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Salaries and other perks were slashed, and the honeymoon of the boom was over. The IT industry is almost saturated in India, with little or no chance for further growth. The unfavourable conditions in the sector have made people shift their focus to Govt Jobs. Substantially better pay, a horde of benefits, and other incentives, plus the job’s security, have attracted more people to the government sector jobs.
Here is the list of upcoming govt exams in February for latest government jobs in India
More and more people are leaving their private-sector jobs to pursue a career in the government sector. A majority of the graduating people prefer Govt Jobs in India over private jobs related to their academics stream. However, getting a government job is not an easy task. Like the Staff Selection Commission, Union Public Service Commission, various organizations under the Human Resource Department coordinate personnel selection and appointment across various departments under the central government. In addition to this, some departments conduct their selection.
How one does gets selected for Government Jobs in India?
- Bank exams are mainly for two kinds of posts: clerical and managerial.
- The first part of the selection process is usually aptitude tests. That is why the first step in your pursuit of a Govt Job should be prepared for the aptitude test.
- Aptitude tests usually have the same structure as quantitative aptitude, reasoning, English, and general knowledge. Aptitude tests for technical jobs will have questions specific to that job, in addition to the usual sections. The range of difficulty differs for different exams. More people aim at SSC’s combined graduate level exam, an all India level competitive exam that is common for many posts under different ministries under the central government.
A large number of vacancies and the attractive salary and benefits are the fundamental reasons for the popularity of the CGL exam. The qualification demanded is a bachelor’s degree in any discipline. This also makes it a favourable choice. CGL is a reasonably tricky exam. The quantitative aptitude section and the general awareness section is a tough nut to crack every year.
Now, what attracts you to work for the government?
Bank job is another popular choice among youngsters. The attractive designation and the scope for colossal career growth are the driving factors behind its popularity. The clerical job has a lower salary than the managerial job, and the prospect of growth is lower. On the other hand, the clerical cadre exam is comparatively more comfortable than the managerial cadre exam.
The fact is that Sarkari Naukri always had attractive salaries and benefits. It never was focused on or its potential realized.