What are the government exams after btech?

Updated on : December 4, 2021 by Trace Irwin



What are the government exams after btech?

After B.Tech, there are many opportunities awaiting you within the government sectors and the USPs. I'll be able to help list them here, so you can easily choose the one you want.

  • UPSC ESE (Engineering Services Exam)
  • RRB JE
  • SSC JE

All JE exams at State Power Corporation, Department of Irrigation, PWD, etc.

By scoring the GATE exam, you will be recruited in PSU like NTPC, BHEL, SAIL and also in government organizations like DRDO etc.

You see, there are tons of opportunities that you will really take advantage of after doing B.Tech.

Hope this helps to solve your query.

1.Bank PO, SBI-PO

2.GATE (for government jobs in major companies)

3.SSC

4.IAS

5. IIT-JAM

6.AFCAT

7.NDA

8.CDS

9.SSC Junier Engineer Exam

10. Details of the OSE vacancy:

Job title: Assistant Manager (System)

No. of vacancies

180 Posts

Pay scale

Rs. 23,700-42,020

Developer, Test Lead and Tester

64 Posts

Rs. 31,705-45,950

Project Manager

29 Posts

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Others

203 Posts

11.Computer PGT

12.IES… and many more.

Related to the core:

It is best to type GATE and opt for power supplies. BSNL / Railroad technician will hire (not every year)

Management / Others:

  1. UPSC civil services
  2. State Public Services Commission
  3. Banking (IBPS / SBI / NABARD / RBI) - PO / Cerk
  4. Personnel Selection Commission (SSC) - CGL / CHSL / MTS, etc.
  5. Administrative Insurance Officer (AO) -LIC / NIACL, etc.
  6. Railways
  7. AFCAT
  8. Intelligence Office
  9. CDS

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There are many government units that offer jobs for IT engineers, but unfortunately the number of jobs itself is very low. Almost all public sector companies require IT professionals, but when such units require thousands of LDCs, hundreds of UDCs, and technicians per facility, they only need a few IT engineers. Almost all IT work is outsourced, the role of the IT engineer in a government unit is not to build systems, but to run them and provide consultation to IAS upstairs (literally).

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Hello anon

There are many government units that offer jobs for IT engineers, but unfortunately the number of jobs itself is very low. Almost all public sector companies require IT professionals, but when such units require thousands of LDCs, hundreds of UDCs, and technicians per facility, they only need a few IT engineers. Almost all IT work is outsourced, the role of the IT engineer in a government unit is not to build systems, but to run them and provide consultation to IAS upstairs (literally).

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Now coming to your question, there are many central and public sector companies, banking units, semi-government units that require IT services.

PSU: GATE hires you for the PSUs or by requesting it directly on your call, but for these positions you must have 5 to 10 years of experience and certifications such as CCNA, CCNP, RHCE, OCP, SAP or C-DAC. If you want to target the PSUs, I would recommend going through the GATE dashboard only, for two reasons

1. You will start working as a permanent employee for PSU early in your career. 2. You won't quit a job after 5 years of experience and more than 150,000 salary for a contract position, and you really shouldn't.

Banking sector - There are literally thousands of jobs here, but only hundreds for IT engineers, but you can apply here on MSMG salary scale I as newer, look for IBPS exams, they are about to implement some jobs for IT technicians in the next few months.

State government units - State government has many departments that require IT professionals for, they are easy to figure out if you study well and have the right connections. (real shadow area)

Look for advertisements for electricity distribution units, mechanical units, department of education, department of revenue, public administration, etc. These units pay well, they are less hectic, you won't learn enough to survive in the private sector but you will have job security.

The last place to look for an IT job is semi-private industries / establishments - the job is not permanent, the pay is not good, but there is a small chance that you will be transferred to a permanent position by delegation. I have very less knowledge in this area and I am not sure if it applies to any state other than my own, but I will ask you to avoid these types of establishments.

CONCLUSION:

Good + Permanent Job + High Salary = Central PSUs through GATE and State Facilities and Interviews.

Average + Temporary jobs + average salary = semi-private government units.

Government jobs are arguably the most sought after options after engineering. This is undoubtedly due to the many benefits that government jobs offer, such as high job security, lucrative benefits, higher promotional avenues, tall work, low stress, and restricted work hours. works.

1. UPSC (Civil Services) / State Public Service Commission: Civil services is considered the most prestigious and recognized jobs in India. The respect and prestige that services such as IAS, IPS, IFS, IES and IRS bring are unmatched.

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Government jobs are arguably the most sought after options after engineering. This is undoubtedly due to the many benefits that government jobs offer, such as high job security, lucrative benefits, higher promotional avenues, tall work, low stress, and restricted work hours. works.

1. UPSC (Civil Services) / State Public Service Commission: Civil services is considered the most prestigious and recognized jobs in India. The respect and prestige that accompany services like IAS, IPS, IFS, IES, and IRS are unmatched by anything in the private sector. Civil servants enjoy lucrative remuneration, have a voice in all important decisions made by the government, and have a very good reputation in society. manages to enter the Public Administration and enjoys a first-class lifestyle.

2. PSU: Getting hired at PSU is one of the most popular options among engineers. The main hurdle is that USPs consider the GATE scorecard in recruiting. In case you want to be recruited into the PSUs, you need to qualify for the GATE exams from the PSUs like BHEL, ONGC, GAIL, IOCL, etc. USPs offer lucrative benefits, work pressure is lower, and they offer many other benefits to their employees.

3. Defense Services - Army, Navy, Coast Guard and Air Force: Defense services are one of the most prestigious and reputable jobs in the nation. Being drafted into the Army, Navy or Air Force provides attractive benefits in addition to medical benefits and other facilities. Air Force, being recruited as a pilot is one of the most respectable and well-paying jobs. Additionally, being recruited as an Indian Coastal Guard (ICG) carries high status and a respectable salary.

4. Banking Sector - Probationary Officer (PO): The banking sector hires on a large scale each year for the position of Probationary Officer (OP) and Secretary. The OP is a highly reputable job with lucrative benefits, high power and authority, and many others. Being hired as an OP in government sector banks is a dream nurtured by large numbers of engineers. This is one of the most popular options as the working pressure is very low and the benefits are considerably good.

5. Railway Engineers: Being hired in Indian Railways is one of the best career options. Railways department hires on a large scale every year. Top Railways job profiles for engineers are Senior Section Engineer (SSE) and Junior Engineer (JE). Rail Engineer job is considered one of the most reputable jobs with a respectable salary and numerous other benefits. In addition, the pressure and demand for work are also manageable.

6. Scientists: be hired in prestigious institutions such as ISRO, DRDO, etc. as a scientist it is another very bright career option. Scientists enjoy a reputable salary, a dynamic work environment, health insurance, and numerous other benefits. The advantages of a government scientist are many times better than those of the private sector. Although the job is very demanding, the benefits make it a decent job.

7. IT Officer in Public Sector Banks: Every year, a large number of vacancies are released for the position of IT Officer in the Banks' resources and information. Officers are responsible for developing and implementing technology solutions in their organization. Its Officers are recruited through various examinations conducted by different resources and information from the Bank. Officers enjoy a very respectable pay scale, good reputation in society, low pressure work, and many other benefits.

8. SSC CGL: SSC CGL is a government-run agency responsible for recruiting staff for different government departments. SSC carries out recruitment for all Group 'B' and Non-Technical Group 'C' positions in various Ministries / Departments of the Central Government. SSC hires on a large scale every year. Getting jobs through SSC offers highly reputable work in addition to a high pay scale, allowances, and other benefits. The advantage of these jobs is that the number of vacancies is extremely high and vacancies are opened frequently.

9. Jobs at the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI): CBI is among the most reputable organizations in the country. CBI frequently hires on a large scale for various positions. Getting a job at CBI is highly remarkable as it offers a respectable pay scale, is considered a highly reputable job, and offers numerous allowances and benefits. In addition, it offers good avenues of promotion.

10. Administrative staff in public sector banks

This is another popular option among engineers. Being hired as a secretary in any public sector bank provides a good pay scale, job security, low stress, promotional avenues, various assignments, and many other benefits. than the private sector. We are hopeful that the information shared above will surely acquaint you with the highest ranked government jobs after engineering.

Some institutions that offer b-Tech are: -

BITS Pilani

Delhi College of Engineering

PSG Coimbatore Technology

Lovely professional college

National Institute of Engineering, Mysore

BIT Ranchi

I always feel very strange when I think that despite being in the age of technology and digital governance, we often ignore the enormous possibilities of government jobs and opportunities in the field of informatics. It is not fair to compare the numbers with the number of opportunities in the private sector. Although the numbers are much lower, it cannot be neglected. There are so many government organizations where there are graduate jobs in computer science and people are too ignorant to even know it. I would certainly list some of those jobs based on my knowledge base. I would divide

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I always feel very strange when I think that despite being in the age of technology and digital governance, we often ignore the enormous possibilities of government jobs and opportunities in the field of informatics. It is not fair to compare the numbers with the number of opportunities in the private sector. Although the numbers are much lower, it cannot be neglected. There are so many government organizations where there are graduate jobs in computer science and people are too ignorant to even know it. I would certainly list some of those jobs based on my knowledge base. I will be dividing the list into two parts:

1.Public sector companies (PSU) (central and state)

2.Jobs in the central government

Public sector companies

  1. IOCL
  2. ONGC
  3. POSOCO
  4. Coal India Limited
  5. NLC India Limited
  6. ECIL - Electronics Corporation of India Limited
  7. GAIL - Gas Authority of India Limited
  8. BSNL - Bharat Sanchar Nigam Limited
  9. Limited domestic fertilizers
  10. Power grid
  11. Airport Authority of India
  12. Bharat Electronics Limited
  13. IT officers or nationalized banking specialists (SBI and IBPS exams)
  14. IT officials from government insurance companies (National Insurance Company, Life Insurance Corporation, Agricultural Insurance Company of India Limited)
  15. DMRC - Delhi Metro Rail Corporation and other metro companies from different cities.

Central government jobs

  1. ISRO - Indian Space Research Organization
  2. DRDO - Defense Research and Development Organization
  3. BARC - Bhabha Atomic Research Center
  4. NIC - National Computer Center
  5. NIELIT - National Institute of Electronics and Information Technology
  6. ICERT - India Computer Emergency Response Team
  7. STQC - Standardization tests and quality certification
  8. NTRO - National Technical Research Organization
  9. C-DAC - Center for the development of advanced informatics
  10. IB - Intelligence Office ACIO, DCIO
  11. Patent and Design Examiner at Controller General of Patents, Designs and Trademarks-Recruitment (CGPDTM)

Apart from the above list, if one is interested in the teaching sector, Kendriya Vidyalaya and Jawahar Navodaya Vidyalaya have a PGT Computer Science professor with a gross salary that starts between 55k and 70k depending on the place of publication. But the basic eligibility criteria require a master's degree in computer science.

Furthermore, you are always free to proceed towards master's and doctorate degrees and enter IITS, NITS, IIITS and other central government educational institutes as assistant professors.

This list is to the best of my knowledge and there are many more government organizations that recruit computer science graduates from time to time. The hiring procedure for each of them varies. Some call you through the GATE test, some take their own test, some recruit through both. It is also important to mention that hiring is totally dependent on vacancies. It may happen that in a particular year they are all recruiting in large numbers together. And next year there could be a shortage of vacancies.

One has to constantly search and search for different vacancies online and newspapers. All the best :)

I will update the list if I find out about any other organization.

IOh yeh ...

First I'll tell you, why are you in engineering now?

I am because it has the most job opportunities (much higher than any field, trust me if you go through the statistics, engineers have a higher chance of getting good jobs than any field)

So based on the above fact, you will never feel like you don't have a chance to get a good job.

Now pointing to what exactly you are asking

Hmmm ... there are many, and the course also has relaxation so that you don't feel confined to a particular sector as well (as if you want to enter banking after engineering, welcome, via ibps, SBI ... if you wish enter the movie l

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IOh yeh ...

First I'll tell you, why are you in engineering now?

I am because it has the most job opportunities (much higher than any field, trust me if you go through the statistics, engineers have a higher chance of getting good jobs than any field)

So based on the above fact, you will never feel like you don't have a chance to get a good job.

Now pointing to what exactly you are asking

Hmmm ... there are many, and the course also has relaxation so that you don't feel confined to a particular sector as well (as if you want to enter banking after engineering, welcome, via ibps, SBI ... if you want enter the movie line welcome again through masscom studios, if you want to be a journalist (let's make a big choice .. # say internationally) get ready for ielts and if you want to continue engineering

You have the option of

1. GATE: appearing on will help you get a job in maharatna and navratna companies such as BPCL, IOCL, ONGC, NTPC, BHEL, etc. These are some of the dream companies to work with in India. (These companies offer attractive salaries like government and too many benefits like government companies and job security) and you will not get lazy either, as what happens while working in the government sector, you will always have self respect and value for your work .

2.PSU: many companies, such as vizag steel and CIL (BCCL), recruit through their own competitive exams (salary is nice and good perks and job security)

3: RRB - Railroad is India's largest employer, they recruit through their own exam which they don't recruit every year but recruit a large mass, it is a good choice

4: SSC JE: SSC je recruits as a junior engineer every year, the salary is a little low compared to the PSU, but you will get all the advantages of the government and job security

5 UPSC (IES): You can take the IES exam, it happens in two phases, pre and network, it is a very prestigious exam and, after taking this exam, you will get a good ending as a government engineer, where you will get the job of your choice. (job satisfaction plus administrative power under your job)

6 ISRO / BARC: - these two institutions are supported by the government, you will get a total technical field to work on, if someone is interested in research work should opt for these (who knows, it could be the next KALAM), these institutions organize their own exams, in addition to recruiting BARC through GATE as well. Generally, they took exams twice a year. The payment is less than the psu, the benefits are also lower, but working with these institutions is a source of pride.

7 PRIVATE SECTOR: Private companies also recruit masses, companies like tata, mahindra reliance are some of the best companies to work with, you can upload your resume in the career section of their website, pass the interview and secure the job.

You can also choose Civil Service (IAS) as an option if you wish.

Hope it helped, I will try to add more.

(Lastly, I would like to write some tips, because the competition is high and an added advantage can make you win your fortune.

  1. Never stop working on your social skills.
  2. Keep your CV updated.
  3. Never brag or lie too much in an interview.
  4. Keep your eyes open for job updates.
  5. Apart from WhatsApp, don't forget to check emails daily and regularly visit the websites of companies / firms where you have requested updates and news.

Good luck ... welcome to the comments!

India's 10 Easiest Competitive Exams That Can Help You Get A Public Sector Job.

1. RRB Group D

Since it is the largest employer in the country, the railway exams are easy to compare with other competitive exams in India. Almost every year, Railway publishes hiring notices for Group D positions. Positions that belong to Group D include Cabinman, Welder, Gatekeeper, etc.

2. RRB NTPC

RRB NTPC is another important recruitment for candidates who want to be part of the Indian Railroad. NTPC recruits candidates for non-technical positions in this sector. NTPC recruitment includes

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India's 10 Easiest Competitive Exams That Can Help You Get A Public Sector Job.

1. RRB Group D

Since it is the largest employer in the country, the railway exams are easy to compare with other competitive exams in India. Almost every year, Railway publishes hiring notices for Group D positions. Positions that belong to Group D include Cabinman, Welder, Gatekeeper, etc.

2. RRB NTPC

RRB NTPC is another important recruitment for candidates who want to be part of the Indian Railroad. NTPC recruits candidates for non-technical positions in this sector. NTPC recruitment includes

  • Level 1 computer-based exam
  • Level 2 computer-based exam
  • Skill test
  • Document verification and medical examination

3. SSC multitasking staff

The Personnel Selection Commission is one of the leading recruitment agencies in India for jobs in the central government. SSC CHSL, SSC CGL, and SSC MTS are SSC's top hires annually.

4. SSC CHSL

The Combined Upper Secondary Exam is conducted in 3 stages. Level 1 is a computer-based Level 2 descriptive exam and Level 3 includes a skill test.

5. SSC stenographer

SSC Stenographer is the next most preferred exam after SSC MTS & CHSL. The attractive bonus salary and the low pressure work environment are the most important attractions. The selection process includes

  • Level 1 exam
  • Skill test

6. IBPS secretary exams

IBPS is the legal body that conducts examinations for public sector banks in India. Compared to PO exams, administrative level exams are easy to crack. The main attraction of IBPS recruitment is the transparency and pace at which exams are conducted and results are published. The selection process at both IBPS and SBI includes preliminary, major, and language proficiency tests.

7. Exams for IBPS specialist officers

Recruitment of specialist officers is another important IBPS process. Every year, IBPS publishes recruitment notifications for the cadre of Specialist Officers. Eligible candidates can apply for different vacancies, including agriculture officer, attorney officer, etc.

8. Core Teacher Eligibility Test (CTET)

The Central Board of Secondary Education conducts the CTET exam to recruit teachers in central government institutions. CTET is held twice a year. What makes CTET one of the most preferred exams is because the result is valid for up to 7 years from the declaration of the result and there is no negative rating. The exam pattern includes two sets of Test 1 and Test 2.

9. LIC Apprentice Development Officer (ADO)

LIC is the most profitable government insurance company in India. Apprenticeship Development Officer is relatively the easiest exam to obtain in the insurance industry. Recruitment consists of 3 stages: preliminary, main and personal interview. Unlike other insurance exams, the ADO exam does not have negative scores on both the preliminary and the major ones. And also, the English language is only qualifying in nature in the preliminary exam, so it would be fruitful for those applicants facing difficulties with English.

10. State PSC

Besides all these exams from all over India, the state government also recruits for various positions within the state. The most important aspect of the state PSC is the reduced competition because only candidates from the respective state domicile can apply. The syllabus and test pattern differ in different states.

After B Tech, or maybe in the last year of B Tech. There are many ways you can go, depending on your choice of career. Based on that, there are various exams you can take.

GATE: (Graduate Aptitude Test for Engineers) primarily technical issues, with a hint of qualitative and quantitative aptitude. It mainly focuses on the subjects you studied at BTech. Opportunities: With a valid GATE score, you can get a seat for MTech studies at IISc, IIT, NIT and other premiem institutes around the country. You can also solve the exam and appear for interviews at PSU like HPCL,

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After B Tech, or maybe in the last year of B Tech. There are many ways you can go, depending on your choice of career. Based on that, there are various exams you can take.

GATE: (Graduate Aptitude Test for Engineers) primarily technical issues, with a hint of qualitative and quantitative aptitude. It mainly focuses on the subjects you studied at BTech. Opportunities: With a valid GATE score, you can get a seat for MTech studies at IISc, IIT, NIT and other premiem institutes around the country. You can also complete the exam and appear for interviews at PSUs such as HPCL, BPCL, ONGC, BHEL, BEL, HAL, POWERGRID, etc. Exam date 1st week of February, registration usually begins in September

ESE: similar to GATE, the curriculum is also similar. The UPSC conducts a three-stage combined competitive exam (comprising five tests) called Engineering Services Exam (ESE) for recruitment for Engineering Services India. IES officers enjoy great respect and status in society and are capable of managing activities in various areas. The exam date is in the first week of January, registration begins from September to October

CAT: The common admission test. The test scores a candidate on the basis of quantitative ability (QA), verbal ability (VA) and reading comprehension (CR), data interpretation (DI), and logical reasoning (LR). The Indian Institutes of Management (IIM) started this exam and use the test to select students for their business administration programs. The test is performed every year by one of the IIMs based on a rotation policy. The exam is mainly for higher studies in MBA at IIM and several other B schools in the country.

other management exams: MAT, MICAT, SNAP, XAT, etc.

GRE: However, it is not an Indian government exam, the Graduate Record Examinations (GRE) is a standardized test that is an admission requirement for most graduate schools in the United States. GRE aims to measure verbal reasoning, quantitative reasoning, analytical writing, and critical thinking skills that have been acquired over a long period of learning. The GRE content consists of certain specific algebra, geometry, arithmetic, and vocabulary. The GRE general exam is offered as a computer-based exam administered at Prometric testing centers. The cost to take the exam is $ 205. Exam dates vary from year to year and from country to country. Typically, you can take the test once every 21 days and up to 5 times a year.

there are many more exams you can take like RRB, exams for banking jobs like SBI PO.

All the best!

Yes, you will get government jobs by choosing CSE.

There are many opportunities after completing the CS / IT degree.

There are many opportunities for computer engineering students in the government sector.

I am sharing a link where you can apply.

IT Fresher Jobs 2017 (50 Government Vacancies Open)

Information technology plays a key role in the transformation of india

As India is going digital and there is great scope for computer engineering and information technology

Even those specialized in payment security will have an enormous scope, it would surely be a subject of study

India's top government IT organizations such as C

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Yes, you will get government jobs by choosing CSE.

There are many opportunities after completing the CS / IT degree.

There are many opportunities for computer engineering students in the government sector.

I am sharing a link where you can apply.

IT Fresher Jobs 2017 (50 Government Vacancies Open)

Information technology plays a key role in the transformation of india

As India is going digital and there is great scope for computer engineering and information technology

Even those specialized in payment security will have an enormous scope, it would surely be a subject of study

Government of India Major IT Organizations such as Centre for Development of Advanced Computing (CDAC), National Informatics Centre (NIC), Education and Research Network (ERNET India), Haryana State Govt owned' Haryana State Electronics Development Corporation Limited (HARTRON) and Software Technology Parks of India (STPI)

  1. BHEL (Bharat Heavy Electricals Limited)
  • For more details go to the site:www.bhel.com

2. ONGC(Oil and Natural Gas Corporation)

  • For more details go to the site:www.ongcindia.com

3. GAIL(Gas Authority India Ltd )

  • For more details go to the site:www.gailonline.com

4. HAL (Hindustan Aeronautics Limited)

  • For more details go to the site:www.halindia.com

5. SAIL(Steel Authority of India)

  • For more details go to the site:www.sail.co.in

6. DRDO (Defence Research and Development Organization)

And many more….!

Hello,

NOT because you have just completed your graduation and at that time if you are selected in other companies and you start working, you may not have a work experience of more than 2 months (max.). Many of those who wanted to join the UPM may not even attend other interviews.

But if you've had a drop and then appeared again for GATE and then applied for PSU, then they can apply for work experience.

So in the end, if you have given GATE for the first time and are selected, no work experience is needed. And for the droppers, most of the time they are not asked for experience, but they can ask only the droppers.

All the best.

I hope that helps.

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Hello there,

NOT because you have just completed your graduation and at that time if you are selected in other companies and you start working, you may not have a work experience of more than 2 months (max.). Many of those who wanted to join the UPM may not even attend other interviews.

But if you've had a drop and then appeared again for GATE and then applied for PSU, then they can apply for work experience.

So in the end, if you have given GATE for the first time and are selected, no work experience is needed. And for the droppers, most of the time they are not asked for experience, but they can ask only the droppers.

All the best.

I hope that helps.

Health.

Hello there,

It is good that you are preparing for government jobs.

Going back to your question, there are many job profiles you can apply for after the 12th.

  1. RRB (Railway Recruitment Board): RRB exam conducted by the chartered organization and every year the exam is taken and the interested candidate can apply.

Get notified about upcoming Indian rail jobs for Step 12 Click here.

2. IBPS: (Institute of Selection of Banking Personnel): If you want to see your career in the banking sector, then IBPS must be the right one and the first step towards it.

3. SSC (Personnel Selection Commission): Thi

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Hello there,

It is good that you are preparing for government jobs.

Going back to your question, there are many job profiles you can apply for after the 12th.

  1. RRB (Railway Recruitment Board): RRB exam conducted by the chartered organization and every year the exam is taken and the interested candidate can apply.

Get notified about upcoming Indian rail jobs for Step 12 Click here.

2. IBPS: (Institute of Selection of Banking Personnel): If you want to see your career in the banking sector, then IBPS must be the right one and the first step towards it.

3. SSC (Staff Selection Commission): This is the most popular exam for the fresh graduates in India. Staff Selection Commission (SSC) is an organisation controlled by Government of India for the purpose of recruiting staff for various posts in various Ministries and reputed Departments of the Government of India and in their Subordinate Offices.

and many other like Private bank jobs, BSNL, Indian Navy etc.

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