Guide to diff. Govt. Job Exams in India
Most of us want financial stability and Job Security. This is only possible by getting Good Govt. Job. After all, a govt. job promises us handsome salary, job security and fix source of Income. As we come out of Colleges, We started looking for the Govt. Job Exam notifications and fill Forms. But, some of us only prepare with full dedication and able to achieve Govt. Job.
There are two possible reasons if you are not able to get Govt. Job even after wasting 2-3 years in Preparation; Either you are not preparing with full dedication or You are putting your eggs in one basket; It means You are filling for only one Govt. Job Form and unable to pass same. Start filling for multiple exams; there are various Govt. Exams being conducted by the Central as well as state Govt. Keep keen eye on notifications and fill every Govt. Job Exam which is suitable for you. No one knows what God planned for you.
Through this Govt Job Exam guide, you will learn everything about the diff. types of Govt. Job Exams and what is the preparation strategy needed for particular Govt. Exam.
Most of us even don’t know that we can start filling Govt. Job exams even after 10th class. There are various exams conducted by the central and state Govt. for which you can fill form and get a govt. Job.
This guide will introduce you to various State as well as Central Govt. Job Exams for which you can fill form either after 10th class as well as 12th class and even after graduation. . This article will also cover Job Profile, Eligibility Criteria, Exam pattern etc. which will be backbone to your Exam Preparation. This article is not only for the Govt. Job Aspirants but also for the Undergraduates who never give Govt. Job Exam and they are planning to do so.
Whether you are a newbie in this Govt. Job Exam Preparation or already preparing, this article has something for everyone….and hopefully inspired to become next deserving Candidate for the Govt. Job in India
List of Various Govt. Job Exam to fill after completing 10th, 12th or Graduation
1. SSC CGL Exam:
This exam is known as SSC Combine Graduate level Exam. You can fill this exam after completing your graduation. You are also eligible to fill this exam in last year of graduation condition being that your final result should be declared before the last date to fill that Govt. Job Exam. This exam is conducted by the Central Govt.
2. SSC Secondary Level Exam (CHSL) :
It is clearly understood from the name that this exam is for those students who passed Secondary Class.It means you can fill this form after completing 12th class.
Details about SSC Secondary Level Exam (CHSL)
This exam is also conducted by the SSC on All India basis for the posts of Data Entry Operator and Lower division Clerk. As its name states, this is for the Secondary Class students. Anyone can fill form for this exam condition being He/She is 12th or equivalent is the minimum qualifications.
This test is followed by 2 different portions. Firstly, you have to pass Objective Exam and after that Data Entry Skill Test/Typing Test.
Scheme of Written examination for the SSC CHSL:
As already told, SSC will take objective Exam and this exam will be of the 200 marks divided into the 4 sections; General Intelligence, English language, Numerical Aptitude and General Awareness. You will have 4 choices for every question and there will be negative marking also. So, you are advised to mark answer carefully.
After getting passed in the first Exam, there are two different tests; one is Skill Test for Data Entry Operator and 2nd is Typing Test for LDCs.
You’ll not have to give both test, you have to give that test for which your marks deserve.
About Data Entry Operator Exam, in this Test; you have to Enter data in computer with speed of 8000 (Eight Thousand) Key Depressions per hour on the computer.
About typing test for LDCS;
This test will be available in English as well as Hindi depends upon the language you selected during filling application form. Typing speed is also different for both languages; 35 w.p.m for the English and 30 w.p.m for the Hindi. Typing test will be of 10 minutes and You have to complete a Paragraph with required speed.
Visually handicapped students (more than 40% disability) will get 20 minutes extra. It means they will get 30 minutes for covering same paragraph.
3. SSC JE Exam:
This exam is also being conducted by the SSC for filling out Junior Engineer posts at central Level.
Details about SSC JE Exam:
SSC JE Exam referred as Staff Selection Commission Junior Engineer Exam. This exam is conducted to fill out Junior Engg. Posts at Central Level. Every year, SSC release notification for the posts of Junior Engg. In diff. fields i.e; Mechanical Engg., Civil Engg, Electrical Engg., Quality Surveying & Contract Engg. This exam is also conducted on All India basis.
Qualification required for SSC JE Exam:
The candidates should possess a degree or Diploma in Civil or Electrical or Mechanical Engineering. See below:
- SSC JE (Civil), Border Roads Organization (BRO) Ministry of Defense – Three years Diploma in Civil Engineering or equivalent from a recognized University or Institute (Desirable – Two years working experience in the field of civil construction in monitoring and executive of projects).
- SSC JE (Electrical and Mechanical), Border Roads Organization (BRO) Ministry of Defense – Three years Diploma in Engineering (Electrical or Mechanical) from a recognized University or Institute (Desirable –Two years working experience in the field of Electrical or Mechanical Engineering in the area of construction in monitoring and executive of projects).
SSC JE Exam is conducted in three diff. sections; Paper-1, paper-2 and Interview.
In Paper 1, there are 3 diff. sections. First section is of General Intelligence & Reasoning of 50 marks. Second section is of General awareness of 50 marks and third section is related to your engg. Field of 100 marks. Paper 1 is totally multiple choice question paper.
In Paper 2, There is only 1 section related to your engg. Field of 300 marks and whole paper is conventional type.
If you will be able to pass cut offs of both exams, you would be allowed for the Personality Test (Interview) which of 100 marks.
After that, on basis of total marks in all 3 sections, A merit list will be prepared and you will be allowed for the Junior Engg.
4. SSC CPO Exam:
This exam is referred as the SSC Central Police Officer Exam. This exam is conducted by the SSC for filling out Inspector, Sub-Inspector as well as Assistant Sub Inspector posts at Central level.
SSC CPO exam is referred as Staff Selection Central Police organization Exam. SSC Conduct this exam to depot Inspector and Sub-Inspector and Assistant Sub-Inspector in Central Govt. Police Organisations like CRPF, ITBP, CBI, SSB, CISF, BSF and Delhi Police. This exam is a big opportunity for all the Upcoming inspector aspirants who dream to become Sub-Inspector in Delhi Police. This Exam can take you there. Yes, we all know posts are less and competition is too much high. But, hard work matters my bro. You Can….You will.
Organization Covered under the SSC CPO Exam: ‘
If you are interesting in giving SSC CPO Exam, Here is list of the police organisation for which it can open the door for your entry.
- Sub Inspector in Delhi Police
- Sub Inspector in Border Security Force (BSF)
- Sub- Inspector in Central Industrial Security Force (CISF)
- Sub-Inspector in Central Reserve Police Force (CRPF)
- Sub- Inspector in Indo-Tibetan Border Police Force (ITBPF)
- Sub Inspector in Sashastra Seema Bal (SSB)
- Assistant Sub-Inspector in Central Industrial Security Force (CISF)
Eligibility Criteria for SSC CPO Exam:
Graduation is only qualification Criteria for SSC CPO Exam. Most important in this Exam is physical requirement. Many of Govt. Job aspirants successfully pass the exam but failed to pass the Physical Criteria of the Exam.
Physical Criteria as well as Physical Interview in reality ( PET) is discussed in different article as link is given below.
Exam pattern of SSC CPO Exam:
First of all, you have to clear Tier 1 Exam which divided into 4 parts same as SSC CGL Tier 1 Exam.
After Tier 1 Exam, you will be called for the PET (Physical Endurance test). That test is just passing Test. No marks for the PET. But necessary for giving Tier 2 Exam. Tier 2 exam is only of the English language for 200 marks and Tier 2 is Multiple Type choice question exam.
After that, Merit list will be declared of the successful candidates.
5. LIC (AAO/AAO) Exam:
LIC AAO stands for Life Insurance Corporation Assistant administrative Officer Exam. This exam is conducted by the LIC every year to employ permanent staff in their Office.
List is to be updated. We’ll update this list with different-different govt. Job Exam being conducted by the Central as well as State Govt ASAP.