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PostSubject: Recruitment in Government Sector   Recruitment in Government Sector EmptyTue Jun 21, 2011 1:12 pm

Today, every individual dreams of getting a job in the government sector. A handsome pay and exciting additional incentives are two of the many reasons to get attracted to this sector. In this unpredictable world, government jobs provide full job security and a promising future. There are thousands of aspirants but only a limited number of seats. The government therefore, has established various mediums to conduct examinations in different fields. These mediums provide a platform for the aspirants to exhibit their knowledge through examinations. However, these mediums differ in every field. For bank recruitment there are banks exams conducted by respective banks. Civil service exams are conducted by UPSC to gain entry into the most reputed career option. On the other hand, government has set up a commission for conducting exams for technical and non-technical jobs in various departments of the government. This commission is known as SSC (Staff selection commission). Let us take up each medium briefly.
SSC refers to Staff Selection Commission, which conducts examination for the recruitment in the technical and non- technical department of the government of India. There are various offices of SSC in India. They maintain and supervise the projects of SSC and conduct examinations in their districts and sub-districts.
Civil service is one of the most reputed career options in India. Civil service exams are conducted by UPSC. Only a few out of the thousands of aspirants are finally recruited. However, the ones who are recruited have a secure future. If you are a part of civil service exams, you are one notch above the others. The recruitment procedure occurs in stages. There are two exams. Firstly, there is the mains exam that consists of nine exams. Then there is the preliminary exam, also known as CSAT. It consists of two papers, general studies and a common civil aptitude test known as CSAT. Once you clear these exams, an interview session follows where again, the candidates are filtered down and a few are finally recruited.
Bank exams are conducted by the respective banks and are a gateway to the most prestigious government banks in India. One of the most reputed jobs in the bank is that of bank probationary officer (po) which has attracted the youth in the recent past. There are exams conducted by the bank for this post and an interview session follows. The final recruitment is done based on the candidate's performance in the exam and the interview.
Bank exams, SSC, or civil services exams all serve as a medium to gain entry into the most coveted jobs in the government sector. These are different fields of the government sector but share one thing in common; they ensure job security and a promising future. Once you clear these exams, you are recruited to the most respectable jobs in the government sector.

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