What government jobs are there that don't require an interview?

Updated on : January 17, 2022 by Kaleb Mack



What government jobs are there that don't require an interview?

There are different government jobs that do not require an interview. Some of them are given below.

1.
Staff Selection Commission Graduate Level Combined Exam 2. Staff Selection Commission Upper Secondary Level Combined Exam
3. IBPS Clerk and SBI Secretary
4. Indian Railway Group D
5. LDC State Government

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As I saw, only unskilled junior jobs. Recently, the central government relaxed the need for an interview.

If you are afraid of interviews and being judged and rejected, you may have to face it. Learn to cope better rather than avoid it. Even I don't like to go to the interview and face it. Once we accept it, it gets so much better.

All class 3 class 4 level positions do not require interviews these days, for example, all office positions in the banking and insurance sector do not require an interview, and SSC CGL positions do not require an interview. In the case of civil servant positions, only government conduct interview.

Unpublished positions are typically hired without an interview, but through competitions.

Government of India Group C and D positions selected through competitions are exempt from interviews.

Many of you have already answered this question and I am sure you are now aware of the current situation and what you need to follow to be successful in your life. Here I just want to add something based on my experience. I hope this helps.

Like you, I am also 25 (26) years old. I did my graduation in 2015. After that my parents strictly told me that I had to earn myself as they weren't going to spend any more money on me because our financial situation was not good. So I didn't get a chance to sit at home and prepare for the government post. I started looking for private work. It was my fir

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Many of you have already answered this question and I am sure you are now aware of the current situation and what you need to follow to be successful in your life. Here I just want to add something based on my experience. I hope this helps.

Like you, I am also 25 (26) years old. I did my graduation in 2015. After that my parents strictly told me that I had to earn myself as they weren't going to spend any more money on me because our financial situation was not good. So I didn't get a chance to sit at home and prepare for the government post. I started looking for private work. It was my first interview. And luckily I cleared it up. It was a BPO job interview. It sounds easy. Well, even though it was a BPO job, I think it has changed my life. My communication was so bad that I came to know only once I got this job. I couldn't speak every time my TL asked me something due to bad English. I used to thank God how I got this job. So I started working on my communication skills, I used to watch YouTube videos every day to improve my English, I started watching Hollywood movies with subtitles etc. All of this helped me a lot and my English improved. I'm not saying I'm very good at English as I still have a hard time speaking, but my written English has improved a lot if I compare it.

The above is one thing I learned while working in a BPO. Another thing that I supported myself is computer typing, this may also surprise someone, but this has helped me to get a job in the government. In the BPO company, my job was to chat with an international client, we had to handle two chats simultaneously and therefore they asked us to work on the speed of writing, so during the training, they gave us 30 minutes to write all days, which improved my typing speed. and my current speed is 80+ words per minute.

After working for 2 years there, I thought I should try it for a government position. Now parents can't say that I can't earn money, so I quit and started preparing for the government post. One thing I did aim for is looking for a government job that requires typing skill, so I started mainly looking for that job alone and applied over 20 applications no matter how many open positions there are. Even if there was only one vacancy, I applied because I knew my strength. I continued preparing along with him. After 6 months of preparation, I decided to quit smoking because the government tests and results take a long time and I was not in a position to wait another month due to financial problems. So I started giving job interviews and after some rejections, I got a job that offered me a good salary. I started working there and the job requirements were the same as my first job.

During my second job, I kept filling out the form for the government job also because I didn't want to forget the practice and hard work that I did during this period. I also kept checking the admission card for the job applied for. Fortunately, I got an admission card for the exam after almost 1 year and got it in the mail. There was only one position for LDC. So I decided to give it a try and came home from Ahmedabad (workplace) to my hoke city (Guwahati) to take the exam. One thing I would like to share is that the offline job application has an advantage that many people do not prefer to fill the form offline as it is a bit complicated as one has to take the impression, fill the form and make the DD of the bank and then send it through the mail. And in the online application, all job applicants complete it from home. So when I got to take the exam, only more than 70 people came for the exam, although the total number of applicants was more than 150, but still, when compared to the regular job exam, it was much less. Yes, there was only 1 vacancy, but it was worth the risk. So I passed the first two stages of the exam easily and then after 3-4 months I was called in for the typing test. I could see all the other students who came to the typing test with no experience and they were all scared and I was confident. Yes, the typing test was qualifying in nature and does not guarantee your selection as once you pass the typing test, the score from your first two exams will decide who will get the selection. The required writing speed was 35 words per minute and on the test my speed was over 70 words per minute. I think only two passed the typing test, but based on the first two stage qualifications, I was selected.

In total, there are two things that I would like to suggest. No matter what job you do, keep learning as you decide your future. I know a lot of people look for government jobs, but that doesn't mean that if you don't get it, your life is useless. I have seen people succeed and earn much more than what government employees make and are happy with the work. In private work, you learn every day and compete to grow in your career. This helped me and I'm sure it will help you too. Second, if you want to be successful or get a job in the government, don't follow what everyone does, you have to think and try to get your way. First identify what your strength is and based on that, apply for the job, be it a private job or a government job.

I wish you all the best for your future life and great success.

Edit: Many thanks to everyone who read this answer and helped make my first answer to fill in 100 upvotes. It may sound a bit, but it will help build my confidence to keep writing answers on Quora.

A. Let's say you start very young, between 21 and 24 years old:

  1. Even if you start with lower pay scales, it will still approach 40K. A 3% increase in base salary, DA raises twice a year, and a salary review every 10 years.
  2. By the time you hit 30, that will become more than 80,000 a month. In the meantime, you will enjoy life, which is meant for that exact purpose. You will enjoy the same life that you had in college, in school.
  3. The government pays for your medical expenses, including your children's education, and of course job security is a given.
  4. You will do a service to your country, you will earn money and you will enjoy your life.
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A. Let's say you start very young, between 21 and 24 years old:

  1. Even if you start with lower pay scales, it will still approach 40K. A 3% increase in base salary, DA raises twice a year, and a salary review every 10 years.
  2. By the time you hit 30, that will become more than 80,000 a month. In the meantime, you will enjoy life, which is meant for that exact purpose. You will enjoy the same life that you had in college, in school.
  3. The government pays for your medical expenses, including your children's education, and of course job security is a given.
  4. You will do a service to your country, earn money, and enjoy your time in the process.
  5. You are not going to make up these years. Are you sure you want to change it to enrich the multinationals? No amount of money returns the time spent.

B. Let's say you are a little late to the party, between 26 and 30:

  1. Most of you will want to start a family now. And that will bring responsibilities. I think you can do the math here.
  2. The government needs young blood to create an environment comparable to that of the private sector. Looking at the current scenario, the government pushes the Public-Private Partnership, most likely this is the last generation to experience government jobs in the way we know today. I believe that you can be the bridge between the two worlds and witness how it is built first hand.
  3. It's easier to get loans on government jobs, you can build your dream home, buy the car you liked in your college days, and you won't have to worry about missing payments. Personally, I am not a fan of loans. But hey, it's your life.

C. Some important facts and tips:

  • Not all government jobs are the same. Some have views like these:
  • And offices like this: this is my office by the way;)
  • Do not include yourself in the rat race of SSC, IBPS and RRB. Look carefully on the Internet for jobs that have a unique value. Strive for them. You will earn a little less money but a lot of happiness.
  • Not many public servants look for a higher paying job once they are selected. Use this to your advantage, instill a habit to slowly improve your skills, and visualize yourself landing a multitude of jobs in no time.

Disclaimer for internet trolls: these are purely my ideas and in no way am I against any other type of work. Please behave yourself in the comment section!

Thank you for your time and I will be happy to answer any questions.

Image Credits: My Phone Gallery.

Edit1: Wow! 100K views and more than 800 votes in favor. That too in a few days. I did not expect. Thank you all. I am humiliated. I have noticed that some people disagree with my perspective. It's okay as long as you maintain decorum.

Edit2: My answer was removed by quora moderation. I appealed and they returned the answer. Perhaps the reason was that I did not include the credits of the images. I have done it now.

Edit3: Thanks for 1.5K upvotes. Many people criticize the salary and benefits of a government job. Don't worry, just wait for the next pay commission recommendation in 2025.

In my senior year of high school, every day I ran to the mailbox. I was waiting for news from the college of my dreams. I was so excited when the envelope finally arrived. I opened it, my heart was pounding.

It was a rejection letter. I was devastated. I asked if there was anything I could do to change my mind. Sorry, they said. There is no waiting list or appeals process.

But I really wanted to get in. So I redid my resume and essays, made a brilliant brochure, and made a video about me for them.

They reversed their decision.

By rejecting me at first, college admissions taught me my most valuable lesson.

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In my senior year of high school, every day I ran to the mailbox. I was waiting for news from the college of my dreams. I was so excited when the envelope finally arrived. I opened it, my heart was pounding.

It was a rejection letter. I was devastated. I asked if there was anything I could do to change my mind. Sorry, they said. There is no waiting list or appeals process.

But I really wanted to get in. So I redid my resume and essays, made a brilliant brochure, and made a video about me for them.

They reversed their decision.

By rejecting me at first, admission to college taught me the most valuable lesson of my life. It doesn't matter if they say no to you. Everything is negotiable.

Do everything in your power to change their minds

If you really want this job, the first question to ask yourself is: Did I do everything I could to get the job?

If the answer is no, congratulations! Time for the fun part.

Do everything in your power to change their minds. If you really want this job, spend 100 hours getting it.

You might think that doing this kind of effort is excessive. But you've probably spent 100 hours working on something for a job you already have. Why not do it for a job you really want?

What would 100 hours be like? You can do a lot with it. Be creative. Are you trying to get a web designer position? Give your existing website a facelift. Marketing position? Come up with a marketing plan or concept for a viral video. Don't wait until they hire you to show them that you can do the job. Show them when you apply. You're going to hang around all the other candidates sending their miserable resumes and cover letters.

Do something that will make you a stronger candidate not only for this employer, but for others as well. That way, if it doesn't work, you won't have wasted your time. If you redesign a site or make a creative video, that's one piece you can put in your portfolio to show off to the next company.

Ask them why they rejected you. If they give you reasons, think of ways to show how you can overcome them.

It can be tempting not to try your best

If you don't try your best, you always fall into a safety net:
"Well, I didn't get it, but it's not like I tried that hard."

Your safety net is holding you back.

Yes, failure is hard to accept. Rejection is hard to digest. But it is better to do your best and fail than to hold back and always wonder what if. The teacher has failed more times than the beginner has tried.

100 hours doesn't always work

He wanted a job at Evernote, and he loved it very much.

So I dedicated my 100 hours. I made a custom resume that I illustrated with little Evernote-style animals. I took out my guitar and sang a song about why I wanted to work there. I designed a custom iPhone application for them.

It was not enough. I didn't get the job.

You know what sucked? There was nothing left for me to do. I have no fight left to fight. My friends told me that I would find another job. But he didn't want another job, he wanted that job.

However, life is fun. Soon after, I discovered a new startup, Exec. And he loved Exec so much. I put in my 100 hours. This time I got the job.
I understand now. Evernote was right to reject me.

They could see what I couldn't see at the time: that I wasn't the right fit for their company. Evernote has several hundred employees. But I like to do a wide variety of things and not be confined to one function: I belong to a smaller company.

I love Evernote and I still use it every day. I have met many employees and they are good people. But the best Evernote could do for me was reject me. It gave me the freedom to find Exec, which fit my skills and personality much better.
If you give it your all but are still rejected, be proud. Be proud, not ashamed. You had the balls to try your best; to hell with the fear of failure.

Consider this: what you think is your dream job may not be so great after all. You're an inward-looking outsider, and you don't really know what it's like to work there from day to day. It is possible that the company can see something that you cannot see, that you would not really be happy there. Have faith that rejecting you was for the best.

And show the next company why they would be so lucky to have you.

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If you really want to commit to your job search every day, you might enjoy a project I'm running to keep you motivated - a 100-day challenge.

Say hello to @karenxcheng

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.

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

A large part of the Indian diaspora is preparing for government. exams. The situation he finds himself in is very similar to that of a large portion of young Indians who struggle year after year just to get a job in the government.

Now, to answer your question, I would recommend that you take a private job. You can argue that getting a private job is not easy, to which my answer is: "Getting a private job is easy, but getting a high paying private job is not easy."

If you are a graduate, getting a private job that pays in the 12k to 18k / month range is pretty easy. The reason I ask you to accept even a low payment

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A large part of the Indian diaspora is preparing for government. exams. The situation he finds himself in is very similar to that of a large portion of young Indians who struggle year after year just to get a job in the government.

Now, to answer your question, I would recommend that you take a private job. You can argue that getting a private job is not easy, to which my answer is: "Getting a private job is easy, but getting a high paying private job is not easy."

If you are a graduate, getting a private job that pays in the 12k to 18k / month range is pretty easy. The reason I ask you to take even a low paid private job is:

01. Helps you in the interview: Suppose you erase the limit at some point in the future and have the opportunity to give an interview for a government. job. The interviewer would be happier to offer the job to someone who is already working and has some work experience compared to someone who is sitting at home preparing for exams.

02. Opportunities for growth: the private sector is a good payer (sometimes even better than the government) when it has a decent experience. Starting salaries in a private job may be lower compared to a government job, but with an increase in experience, private personnel can pay you better if you work hard and are trained.

03. Inherent risk: Most governments. The exams have an age limit, which means that there is always an inherent risk, you may never be able to attend.

04. Lateral Preparation: If you are truly dedicated, you can always continue to prepare for government work even after working. A typical private job requires you to work 9-10 hours. It can easily take 3-4 hours a day to study for government exams.

05. Confidence Boost - You will definitely get a confidence boost once you start winning. It will also increase your horizon of thought.

So in a nutshell, I recommend that you take a private job and start working, and if you are truly dedicated, you can easily take 3-4 hours a day to prepare for the government. exams.

All the best .. !!!!

PS: Feel free to send me an inbox if you want any specific advice. You can also ping me on Instagram, my id is @ raghav5449.

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.

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