Govt jobs 2020/21: Check out latest Government jobs in India announced today listing all jobs notifications released by both state and central government. The vacancies announced by the India Government departments, ministries and state-owned organizations are all listed here in one place making it the most comprehensive coverage of Govt or Sarkari jobs. If you have required education and qualification, you can apply to hundreds of thousands vacancies currently available in multiple industries and categories. To apply to Govt jobs in India, you must have passed 10th/12th, diploma, graduation or post graduation program. Currently, jobs are available in all major organizations including Railways, Banks, UPSC, SSC, PSC and others.
Govt Jobs in India 2021 - Latest State & Central Govt Jobs & Vacancy Notifications (LIVE UPDATES)
|Top Category Govt Jobs||More Details|
|Govt Jobs Today (Date-Wise)||Govt Jobs Today - 8th October 2020|
|Central Govt - 12000+ Vacancies||Central Govt Jobs|
|UPSC Posts / Eligibility||UPSC Notifications|
|IBPS Jobs - Notifications||IBPS Recruitment/Jobs|
|Defence Jobs - Recruitment||Defence Jobs|
|SSC Posts / Eligibility||SSC Notifications|
|Engineering Jobs (BE/BTech)||Govt Jobs for Engineers|
|Teacher Jobs - 8000+ Vacancies||Teacher Vacancy|
Below is the complete list of all Government jobs in India announced today at the state and central govt level. You can register and apply through offline or online mode before the due date for various career opportunities. Use the search filter to search for India Government jobs by qualification, skills, education or job title in major Indian cities.
|UPSC GEO Scientist Exam||Scientist 'B' / Chemist Group A Vacancies||27th October 2020|
|Cement Corporation of India||Artisan Trainee (20+ Posts)||5th November 2020|
|Bihar PSC||Assistant Professor (Mathematics) (126+ Posts)||11th November 2020|
|Odisha Construction Corporation Limited||9+ Clerk Vacancies||5th November 2020|
|Join Indian Navy||10+2 / B.Tech Online Form Jan 2021 Cadet Entry (34+ Vacancies)||20th October 2020|
|BECIL India||14+ Project Executives||20th October 2020|
|BECIL India||1500 Skilled & Unskilled Manpower Vacancies||20th October 2020|
|Assam Health Services Directorate||540 Staff Nurses||17th October 2020|
|UP Vidhan Parishad||23+ Assistant Review Officers / ARO||21st October 2020|
|CSKHPKV Recruitment||72+ Junior Office Assistants, Steno Typists, Clerks, Field Assistants & Other||26th October 2020|
|Army Public Schools||TGT, PGT, PRT Recruitment Online Form 2020 (8000+ Posts)||20th October 2020|
States vs Central Government Jobs
Both Central and State Government level jobs are announced in India on regular basis. Aspirants having Indian nationality can apply to central government jobs anywhere in India they want without restrictions. An aspirant who apply to central government job can be posted anywhere across India if needed. In addition to open merit, these jobs offer more perks and benefits as compared to that state government naukri. On the other hand, state and union territory level jobs are only available to that specific area independent from the central govt influence. It is also because the budget allocation and resources are specifically provided by the state and union governments. State government jobs are further narrowed at the district level since each district hire according to their local budget and projects as needed.
Competitive Exams for Govt Jobs in India
Most government jobs are announced through various recruitment commissions, boards, agencies and organizations. Nationwide competitive examinations are conducted by National Recruitment Agency (NRA), Staff Selection Commission (SSC), Union Public Service Commission (UPSC), State PSC, Railway Recruitment Board, Defence, Joint Employment Test (JET) and other organizations. Candidates must have specific education, age limit and physical standards in order to be eligible to apply to these vacancies. You can apply to vacancies announced through exams mostly through online mode but some also offer offline mode apply. Please carefully review all requirements before you apply to any Government exam.
Government vs Private Jobs in India
Employment in India remains the biggest challenge but new graduates, 10th/12th pass candidates and diploma holders are always keen to apply to Govt jobs. While, India has one of the most diverse workforce operating in variety of industries and sectors, the government jobs are the first choice of many job-seekers. In many cases, job security offered by Government or sarkari jobs are preferred over high pay offered by the private sector. In addition, the government sector post retirement policies are most favorable because of the various government pension schemes.
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Basic education requirement for Govt jobs
The basic education required for government jobs in India is 10th/12th pass, certificate/diploma and graduation. Government jobs are most suitable for freshers having diploma, bachelor or masters degree in their respective field. In most cases, there is no experience required for Govt jobs but you must carefully read and review each job notification to make certain you fulfill all job requirements before you apply.
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) for Govt Jobs
Over 12,500+ vacancies are announced through Govt jobs in India this week that includes vacancies at NCL, EPIL, SSC, PSC, SEBI, DRDO, BEL-India and others. Both central and state government jobs are updated this week.
Govt jobs are in great demand in India due to some great benefits and perks. The main reason it is so popular is because of the job security which the private sector fails to provide. Other factors like government pension after retirement, work-life balance, additional perks by scale and other factors play key part in its popularity in India.
The minimum education required to apply to Govt jobs is 10th pass, 12th pass, graduation, diploma and certificate depending on the nature of the job. Each job notification has details of all vacancies and education required. Candidates must apply to only those jobs that they fullfil.
The best way to find Govt jobs in India is through Sarkarijobs.com jobs portal. There are hundreds of websites for each department and state-owned organization and each post announcement for the jobs but for candidates its hard to keep track of all these websites every day. The team here makes it very easy curating the updates on daily basis with regular updates throughout the day for easy access. Furthermore, each job is well organized through categorization making it easier for candidates to find sarkari naukri by education, qualification and location.
You can easily apply to Govt jobs of your choice either through offline or online mode. You must carefully read all requirement for each post including qualification, age and other requirements. Once you determine your eligibility for specific post, you must submit application form accordingly. Here's the step-by-step process you may need to follow to find and apply to govt jobs here:
Each notification has “Apply Online” link (or Application form that you can download)
Fill out the form with your details (Name, DOB, Father Name, Gender etc) (You may need to register before accessing online application)
Scan the Required Documents and Upload
Upload Passport Size Photograph
Pay the required Application Fee (Offline or Online as required)
Submit the Online Application (Or send the application form to given address in case of offline apply)
You may need certain documents in order to apply to government jobs (both central and state-level). These documents include but not limited to:
Passport Size Photograph
Computer Generated Signature
Working Email Id and Phone Number
Mark Lists of all academic qualifications.
Government Id Proof.
Cast Certificate (If belongs to reserved category)
You can download the application form and notification for all government jobs here on this page. In order to download the form, visit the job post / link and then scroll down to "important links" section where you can either view the form online, download for offline use or fill the form through online apply mode.
These are the caste divisions used in the government to allocate seats for these caste peoples. The full forms of SC, ST, OBC, UR, EWS are:
SC – Schedule Caste
ST – Schedule Tribes
OBC – Other Backward Classes
UR – Unreserved category
EWS – Economically Weaker Sections
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