Can I get a government job in India without writing exams and only with experience?

Updated on : December 3, 2021 by Luis Newton



Can I get a government job in India without writing exams and only with experience?

Sure you can.

Holding the office of President of India is the most respectful government job in history. Now potential presidential candidates don't write exams, do they? They are chosen based on their merits, experience and necessary suitability for the position.

However, at some point in their life, they too had to take tests.

Yes. You can get it. Kindly see upsc adds. and add job news. There are many positions that are required with experience for which applicants are few. there is no exam for it. just interview. Depends on your qualifications and experiences, u will be considerate.

Why shouldn't it?

Everyone in India, your parents, your relatives and even you, would be tempted to get a job in the government.

In India no one wants to work hard and they also want a job with complete security. Even in the event that the economy dips, or your apartment is closed due to not being used as a telegram or due to a considerable loss, your job will be insured.

But why shouldn't you have a government job?

Either you would be in a central government or a state or a psu.

The reason would be a frustrating office, colleagues, and even worse clients.

If you are in a job in the central or state government, you will become worse and corrupt with the older adults, the young and serving with them.

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Why shouldn't it?

Everyone in India, your parents, your relatives and even you, would be tempted to get a job in the government.

In India no one wants to work hard and they also want a job with complete security. Even in the event that the economy dips, or your apartment is closed due to not being used as a telegram or due to a considerable loss, your job will be insured.

But why shouldn't you have a government job?

Either you would be in a central government or a state or a psu.

The reason would be a frustrating office, colleagues, and even worse clients.

If you are in a job in the central or state government, you will get worse and the old and the young corrupt, and serving with them is like hell if you want to be out of everyone. Either you accept the bribe or you are a victim. They will also receive a lot of pressure from political people to do some illegal work for themselves or their family members. You would have a great opportunity to help the poor and needy once, but you just can't. Since you would not have enough power, the whole process will involve several people and only one of them.

From what I can tell you about a job at PSU they'll pick you up and throw you to a place you never imagined existed. The place that is a small town (lucky) or a town (although not bad) or an unknown haunted place where there is nothing called the 21st century. You cannot be with your family or friends. Even our colleagues would not be older than our age or a slight difference in age. You cannot give your wife a good life if you are a man. (In the case of women, don't worry, you will get the best place the company can provide.) You will get money but there will be no place to spend. No friend to talk to, no family to care for. And it won't end after a year or two. It will continue until you retire. It means that your whole life would be wasted just for the money.

The worst thing is that your friends would be wandering all over India and on the other hand, going home for you is the only vacation. Our social group will be kept to a minimum.

Since most of our colleagues will not be very interested in doing the things of their work, they will end up as someone like that or doing extra work together with us.

All your dreams of being an engineer will be exhausted by doing shifts or maintenance during nights or Sundays. Yes, of course, our Sunday is a holiday, but you cannot go anywhere, as in an emergency you must be there at any time.

But maybe it's the same in the private sector too, whether it's electrical or mechanical.

So it is better to have a job in the government, at least you have the option to work or not. And of course, they can't just fire you!

Government jobs in India remain the most sought after career for all students and there are many reasons for this, such as a good salary and salary structure, fixed work hours, less work pressure, subsidies, and the more important job security that accompanies the social reputation.

The benefits mentioned above are the main reasons why so many candidates prefer to take competitive exams immediately after their education, despite having many job opportunities in the private sector. To secure a job in the government, many candidates begin preparing for various competitive exams right after completing their graduation. Man

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Government jobs in India remain the most sought after career for all students and there are many reasons for this, such as a good salary and salary structure, fixed work hours, less work pressure, subsidies, and the more important job security that accompanies the social reputation.

The benefits mentioned above are the main reasons why so many candidates prefer to take competitive exams immediately after their education, despite having many job opportunities in the private sector. To secure a job in the government, many candidates begin preparing for various competitive exams right after completing their graduation. Many graduate students have concerns about the exams for which they are eligible.

There are many vacancies in departments such as UPSC, SSC, banking sector such as IBPS / SBI PO, secretary and other government jobs at the state level for candidates who have successfully completed their high school. If you are one of the candidates aspiring to a sarkari job after graduation, to help you in this, I will discuss all the government job opportunities for graduates: -

 UPSC Civil Services Exam

The Union Public Service Commission conducts a civil service examination in order to provide jobs as civil servants. Public officials are bureaucrats who significantly influence government decision-making. It includes a wide range of duties and responsibilities ranging from law and order maintenance, tax collection, development work within central and state jurisdiction areas, implementation of social welfare activities, etc.

The power and status associated with this field are immense. On the list of competitive exams after graduation, for jobs, this one is at the top.

Preferred posts:

  1. Indian Administrative Services (IAS)
  2. Indian Police Service (IPS)
  3. India Foreign Service (IFS)

 SSC Combined Graduate Level Exam (SSC CGL)

The Personnel Selection Commission (SSC) is an organization under the Government of India and is an attached office of the Department of Personnel and Training (DoPT) which recruits staff for various positions in the various ministries and departments of the Government of India and on

Subordinate offices. Positions include published and unpublished positions. The SSC functions as an autonomous body primarily engaged in conducting competitions for recruitment for various positions.

The Combined Graduate Level of Personnel Selection Commission is the exam you need to consider if you are seeking senior positions in the government of India.

Popular posts: inspector (examiner); Assistant CBEC Enforcement Officer; Income tax

Inspector; Assistant Section Officer (CSS)

 RRB NTPC exam

The Railroad Recruitment Board conducts an examination for Non-Technical Popular Categories (NTPC) positions, i.e. junior secretary with typist, account clerk with typist, junior timekeeper, train clerk, ticketed business clerk, traffic assistant , goods guard, senior business ticket with ticket Employee, senior secretary and typist, junior account assistant and typist, senior timekeeper, business apprentice and station manager on various zonal railways and

Indian Railways Production Units.

 RBI Grade B exam

The Reserve Bank of India is one of the most prestigious government institutes in India and always the best choice of any aspiring bank. This is one of the best job exams after graduation.

RBI Grade B is the entry-level officer position for the management cadre.

 SBI / IBPS PO Exam

Probationary Officer (PO) is considered a lucrative clerical job in India. Conducted by the SBI / IBPS each year, thousands of applicants apply for the PO exam and only thousands succeed. A bank probationary officer position is the entry-level position for the management cadre.

 IBPS / SBI specialist officer exam

In addition to recruiting OP, IBPS / SBI also conducts examinations for the Specialist Officer position which is equivalent to the PO position.

Specialist Officers are appointed to specific functions in various departments. Different positions offered to IBPS specialist officers:

 IT Officer: responsible for taking care of the banks' software systems.

 Law Officer - Needed to handle all legal or judicial matters of the bank.

 Agriculture Officer: responsible for promoting loans in rural areas for agricultural purposes.

 Marketing manager: responsible for the marketing and branding of a bank.

 Human resources officer: responsible for managing the functions of the human resources department.

 Rajbhasha Adhikari: responsible for translation-related work.

SBI / IBPS Secretary Exam

Many graduates also apply for clerical positions and since there is no interview round for this exam, that is why many candidates are presented for this position as well and thousands of candidates are recruited each year.

The people inside the withdrawal and deposit counters are mostly administrative level. In a few years, secretaries can become officers by passing internal exams.

Other than that, there are many vacancies in the insurance sector like LIC / NIACL / NICL AO, Assistant and other departments that you can appear for and the key to breaking these exams is preparation and practice.

I hope this information is beneficial to everyone who wants to work in the government.

Thanks…!

None. You are looking for an easy way out. It hardly ever works. Let me explain:

  1. There is an A exam that requires 100 units of effort to pass. And somehow he discovered that there is a B exam that requires only 50 units of effort. Naturally, you will think that B is easier. But it is a trick. If you start preparing for B, you will miss a few units of effort because you consciously know that it is easier. Now that you couldn't erase B, you will think that A is impossible for you.
  2. But what if he prepared for A, even if he doesn't hit a few units, he could still eliminate B. Once
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None. You are looking for an easy way out. It hardly ever works. Let me explain:

  1. There is an A exam that requires 100 units of effort to pass. And somehow he discovered that there is a B exam that requires only 50 units of effort. Naturally, you will think that B is easier. But it is a trick. If you start preparing for B, you will miss a few units of effort because you consciously know that it is easier. Now that you couldn't erase B, you will think that A is impossible for you.
  2. But what if you prepared for A, even if you miss a few units, you could still eliminate B. Once you eliminate B, the uncertainty of the future disappears and you can focus on A with more commitment? Here's what you need to do to have the best chance of success.
  3. Prepare for SSC CGL as you are as competitive as possible for a government job. In the meantime, keep an eye out for smaller individual vacancies like KVS, IIT, NIT, DRDO, DAE, ISRO, NVS, FCI, ESIC, etc. which are very similar to CGL. Believe me, people are obsessed with CGL as if it defines its existence. Let your ego be the instrument of your success. It won't be long before these exams start to draw crowds. Go. Get a job. And then focus your full attention on CGL.
  4. So I got a job without putting in any considerable effort. Now I slowly prepare myself while enjoying every second of my life. The goal here is to get a job as soon as possible and not to feed your ego that you are trying for a very difficult exam. You have this option now. Soon you won't. I've seen so many destroying their chances of landing a job in hopes of landing a bigger job and ending up with nothing in the end that I've lost count.

Thanks.

PS: These are just my personal ideas. You don't have to lose your temper and check it out in the comments section.

Hari om, you are asking a question like: "What government jobs in India are good?"

Based on your educational qualifications and skills, any government job is a good job.

But, as far as possible, do not go to far places if you have a small job, as you will have all the responsibility of India to serve.

The minimum wage now in the Central Government is 23,000 rupees / - pm and the maximum salary is 2.50,000 rupees / - pm

Being a government servant is a privilege. You can serve the people, but earning a monthly salary and getting so many other facilities.

I felt and continue to feel that it is a privilege to do any government work through which I can

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Hari om, you are asking a question like: "What government jobs in India are good?"

Based on your educational qualifications and skills, any government job is a good job.

But, as far as possible, do not go to far places if you have a small job, as you will have all the responsibility of India to serve.

The minimum wage now in the Central Government is 23,000 rupees / - pm and the maximum salary is 2.50,000 rupees / - pm

Being a government servant is a privilege. You can serve the people, but earning a monthly salary and getting so many other facilities.

I felt and still feel that it is a privilege to do any government job through which you can serve your country and the people, and as long as your employer (central government) takes care of you as a parent as well as an employee and so much care you will not. get with any other employer.

I worked in the government for 37.5 years as a scientist at DRDO.

So, don't miss your chance to serve the government should you get it. Hari om.

EDIT -I (dt. 04-03-2018):

  • Mr. Manmohan Arora raised a question that even if someone files a frivolous complaint, the surveillance action is initiated immediately and all further promotions to the person in which case the complaint is filed are held on hold until resolved the surveillance case. Do you have anything to counter at this point?

I chose to answer this question as an edit of my original answer so that other readers will also benefit from my answer.

  • My answer is attached below:

Comments from Mr. Man Mohan Arora:

Having worked in the government sector, you should be very aware of the kind of environment to expect in a government agency! I'm talking about how a silly complaint to the surveillance department can get you in serious trouble and the ease with which people in the surveillance department can bring a case against you, so the first thing you come across is' being barred from promotions' until the government finds out if the complaint is legitimate or not. Which can usually take years. With all due respect, do you have anything to counter this?

My response to Mr. Manmohan Arora:

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Odde Siva Kesavam

Original authorMarch 4, 2018

  • Hari om, I want to give the answer to your question in the main answer so that it also benefits others. Hari om.

An anecdote before answering:

Mr. Kasu Brahmananda Reddy, the then AP Chief Minister in the late 1960s, said that it is not enough if all traffic rules are followed while on the road, one must be vigilant to (Hari om) follow others and also watch that they are violating the rules of the road.

This is because if others on the road are making a mistake by violating the rules of the road, you too will be involved in the accident due to the mistakes of others, even if you are not making any mistakes.

I was very young in those days, but the fact revealed by Mr. Brahmananda Reddy opened my eyes to the reality of the situation.

Otherwise I was thinking it was enough if we were clean.

Now Mr. Brahmananda Reddy opened my eyes and said that it is not enough if we are clean, we must also make sure that no body is dragging us into controversial issues or that no body is throwing insults / mud at us. This is very essential in life to observe and also to follow.

This message alerted by Mr. Brahmananda Reddy had saved me in the last part of my life:

  • Of a Vigilance Commission, and
  • From a CBI investigation.

I was unscathed on these two occasions.

Therefore, you should avoid all chances that your image will be tarnished even by others. It is not enough that you are honest and direct, but make sure you do not fall into the traps that others are setting to tarnish your fair image. Hari om.

Therefore, it is said that:

  • Giving bribes is a crime and taking bribes is also a crime.
  • Not only must justice be done, but it must appear that justice has been done.
  • Never give any room for others to think that you are partisan or biased in your dealings.
  • For any body to institute a query about you, it is not necessary that it be in the Government Service as an employee, even your next door neighbor can report you on mere suspicion or implicate you in some frivolous case.
  • Therefore, you need to be vigilant not only in the Government Service, but even in personal and private life in general.
  • However, the Vigilance Commission will not register any case in any body, unless there is prima facie evidence.
  • If there is prima facie evidence, there is nothing you can do. Therefore, you need to make sure that such situations do not arise.
  • Hari om. Hari om.

Well, almost all government jobs come with unparalleled perks and benefits, but there are some that outperform the other on factors like pay scale, privileges, perks, powers, and social standing. The best government exams are listed below:

UPSC Civil Services Exams: UPS exams are considered the most prestigious exams in the country. There are many publications in the UPSC such as:

● IAS

● IFS

● IPS

These positions are considered the most prestigious jobs in the country with great benefits and social status.

IBPS PO Exam: The Banking Personnel Selection Institute conducts this exam for the recr

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Well, almost all government jobs come with unparalleled perks and benefits, but there are some that outperform the other on factors like pay scale, privileges, perks, powers, and social standing. The best government exams are listed below:

UPSC Civil Services Exams: UPS exams are considered the most prestigious exams in the country. There are many publications in the UPSC such as:

● IAS

● IFS

● IPS

These positions are considered the most prestigious jobs in the country with great benefits and social status.

PO IBPS Exam: The Banking Personnel Selection Institute conducts this exam for hiring eligible candidates for the position of probationary officers in various banks in the country. The pay scale for this position is very good and therefore attracts many applicants.

SBI PO Exam: The State Bank of India conducts this examination for the recruitment of eligible candidates for the position of Probationary Officers in various banks in the country. This is an entry-level exam that offers a bright future in the banking industry.

SSC CGL Exam: Income Tax Inspector, Inspector (Special Tax), Inspector (Preventive Officer), Inspector (Examiner), Assistant Section Officer, Statistical Investigator Gr.II, etc. are some of the popular positions that are hired through this exam. The average salary package is 30,000 for these positions.

RRB: RRB, which is the largest employer in India, conducts various examinations for thousands of positions. Railroad work is very respectable and offers attractive salary packages.

Some other tests:

● RBI grade B exam

● Secretary of IBPS

● SSC CHSL

● LIC AAO exam

● Teacher Eligibility Test (TET)

Thanks for your question. It is not the role that makes a competition easy or difficult to break, but who you are competing with.

If you are well prepared according to the exam requirements, it will be easy for you, and if not, you will face disappointment.

If I am talking about the ones that are available to engineering graduates i.e GATE, ESE, PSU, then based on the document I will rate GATE as the most challenging. ESE is a long process, but the questions are repetitive by nature, so those who did well in GATE do very well in ESE. For UPMs, most of the questions are a mix of GATE and ESE, so if you practice your

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Thanks for your question. It is not the role that makes a competition easy or difficult to break, but who you are competing with.

If you are well prepared according to the exam requirements, it will be easy for you, and if not, you will face disappointment.

If I am talking about the ones that are available to engineering graduates i.e GATE, ESE, PSU, then based on the document I will rate GATE as the most challenging. ESE is a long process, but the questions are repetitive by nature, so those who did well in GATE do very well in ESE. For PSUs, most of the questions are a mix of GATE and ESE, so if you practice your jobs correctly, it will be more than enough.

But with that being said, I would recommend that you stop looking for easy exams instead of preparing for the one you want to see yourself for.

With thousands of graduates passing each year and only a few government jobs, the competition is fierce, but it's your hard work that will get you through.

Join any political party.

Make slogans for your leaders.

Make good contacts with the people around you.

Grow your connection.

Request the election.

Become a minister.

You have your government job.

And that's all you get all the facilities and security much higher than those UPSC guys, SSC guys, IIT guys.

You can become their boss in no time.

That is all

No exam. No interviews. No physical exam. No age criteria. No eligibility criteria.

Hello there,

You must be surprised that there are many government companies that are not that popular and are unnoticed jobs, many people are not aware of these jobs.

List of Unpopular Government Companies Where You Can Apply for Vacancies -

  1. Scooter India Limited (SIL)
  2. Water and Energy Consulting Services (WAPCOS)
  3. Investment advisor exams
  4. Photographers Employment in Indian Photography Division
  5. Cargo auction officers
  6. COIR Board
  7. RAW agent
  8. Manganese Mineral India Limited (MOIL)

You have to check their official notification from time to time on their websites to know the latest hires.

I hope this helps.

I wish there was one for you. Poor me ! There are no free rides, there are no free lunches anymore. You need to earn a place in society. Those so-called golden days are long over.

So, sit back, reflect, meet, and mentally prepare to compete with others in competitive exams to find yourself a government job.

The entire Indian government. Entries are completed by selection based on merit.

That is why there are IAS and UPSC type examination procedures.

Merit is established through a common testing platform and not through college degrees, which can be highly subjective.

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