Everyone’s dream is getting Government Jobs. Because Government job security is much better than public sector jobs even still today. But here is another question arise how you can get Government Jobs after 12th exam. In this article, you will get full guidance.
If you are from CBSC, ICSE, or any regional board you can apply for Government Jobs. After passing the class 12th exam you are eligible for appearing in the Government exam with this qualification. For the class 12th passed candidates they can apply for the jobs with qualification mentioned below:
- Class 8th Pass
- Class 10th Pass
- Class 12th Pass
Now the question is how you can get prepare for Government Jobs after class 12th?
Here are the few steps you can follow to get success in Government Jobs after 12th:
1. Get Informed about Government Jobs Advertisement:
There are many ways you can follow to get information about Government Jobs. First, follow the regional newspaper. Most of the state Government Published their job vacancy in the local newspapers. Apart from this, you can follow ‘Employment News’ on a weekly basis.
Employment News also has a web version (URL: http://employmentnews.gov.in/). Check their web version and apply for the job. You can also follow Government Jobs’s official website. Here is the list of official Government Jobs Website.
Like wbpsc (West Bengal Public Service Commission) every state Government has a public service commission.
Apart from this, there are many other websites that can publish job notifications on daily basis. Top on that lists are:
2. Apply for the right jobs:
After getting information about Government Jobs, select the job wisely. Select the job according to your qualification. Always try to submit an application for the below qualification job in the beginner stage. If you are a class 12th passed candidate then you can apply for a class 8th or class 10th pass candidate job.
Because the type of question you will face in the written exam is easier for you. When you will get prepared and get an overall idea about Government jobs then you can appeal to the other tuff exam.
Then another most important thing is that fill the application form very carefully. Follow the instruction and fill it according to that. When there is specific instruction for fill-in block letter do it when there is another instruction to fill the form in blank ink do this, attach recent certification and clear picture of you.
At the time of payment fill the challan very carefully. Make sure don’t make any spelling mistakes over there. If you want to pay online make the payment carefully. Create your online profile with all relevant information.
In most cases, a huge number of applications will be rejected for wrong information. Many applications got rejected because the candidate never follows the application instruction carefully.
3. Get Prepared for Exam:
Now finally you select the right job and apply successfully for this job. There are a couple of months left for the assessment. So don’t waste your time and get prepared for this exam. Remember that every single day is important to you.
Government job exam contained 4 subjects:
- English Language
- Reasoning Ability
- Mathematics and Data Interpretation
- General Awareness
The most difficult subject in Government exam. The questions cover in this topic are very tricky and confusing alternatives. The candidate must be good knowledge of English grammar and vocabulary. The various question types include – complete sentences, find the error in sentences, synonyms, and antonyms, phrases, and idioms, sentence improvement, etc…
This is a subject that can test candidates’ logical reasoning. If you are not familiar with the pattern of questions you may lose huge time to solve the questions. The various types of questions include – coding-decoding, seating arrangement, puzzles, analogy, blood relations, letter and number series, and so on.
Mathematics and Data Interpretation:
This subject is more or less common in most of the competitive exam. The various types of questions include – profit and loss, average and age, ratio and proportion, mixture and allegations, time and work and so many types.
There is no specific syllabus for general awareness. The syllabus is so huge. It includes current affairs, history, geography, science. If you appear in a banking or financial exam then prepare for banking and financial general knowledge questions also.
After reading the above subjects with the description you must come to know that how tough is a competitive exam is. So getting a Government job is not an easy task nowadays.
You have prepared throughout the year to get ready for this exam. Every day you have to spend at least 8 hours preparing for this exam. So after getting the advertisement news if you start preparation then that’s not sufficient for all.
There are various types of Government Jobs available in the market. That varies from post to post and varies with the department. Here is the list for this:
Staff Selection Commission Exam After 12th
- SSC Combined Higher Secondary Level
- Upper Division Clerk (UDC)
- Lower Division Clerk (LDC)
- Postal Assistant (PA)
- Data Entry Operator (DEO)
- Sorting Assistant (SA)
- SSC Multi Tasking Staff (SSC MTS)
- SSC General Duty Constable (SSC GD Exam)
- SSC Grade C and Grade D Stenographer (SSC Stenographer)
- RRB Assistant Loco Pilot (RRB ALP)
- Railway Group D (RRB/RRC Group D)
- Indian Army Exam for the post of Technical Entry Scheme, Mahila Constables, Soldiers, Junior Commissioned Officers for Catering
- Indian Navy Exam for the post of Sailor, Artificer Apprentice and Senior Secondary Recruits (SSR)
- Security Forces
- Border Security Force (BSF)
- Central Reserve Police Force (CRPF)
- Sashastra Seema Bal (SSB)
- Indo-Tibetan Border Police Force (ITBP)
- Central Industrial Security Force (CISF)
- Indian Coast Guard Exam for the post of Sailors, Technicians, Assistant Commandants, and Airmen
- All India Entrance Exam NDA for Armed Forces (National Defence Academy)
Railways Recruitment Exam After 12th
- Assistant Loco Pilot
- Railway Group D
- Railway Clerks
- Railway Constables
- Civil Service Exam
- UPSC Notification
- IAS Eligibility
- IAS Exam
- Civil Service Exam
- UPSC Notification
- IAS Eligibility
- IAS Exam
- UPSC CAPF Recruitment
- UPSC CAPF Eligibility Criteria
- CAPF Syllabus
- UPSC CAPF Preparation
Combined Defense Services Examination
- CDS Syllabus
- CDS Salary
- CDS Eligibility
- CDS Result
- AFCAT Syllabus
- AFCAT Salary
- AFCAT Eligibility
- AFCAT Result
- LIC ADO
- LIC AAO
- LIC HFL
- LIC ADO Syllabus
- LIC AAO Syllabus
- LIC HFL Syllabus
- LIC HFL Mock Tests
- LIC AAO Mock Tests
- LIC ADO Mock Tests
- NIACL AO exam
- NIACL Assistant
- NIACL Mock Tests
- NIACL AO Syllabus
- NIACL Assistant Syllabus
- SBI PO
- SBI SO
- SBI Syllabus
- SBI Recruitment
- SBI Clerk
- SBI Mock Tests
- IBPS PO
- IBPS Specialist Officers
- IBPS Syllabus
- IBPS CWE
- IBPS RRB CWE
- IBPS Mock Tests
- RBI Grade B Exam
- RBI Assistant Exam
- RBI Syllabus
- RBI Mock Tests
Conclusion: After reading this article you must come to know how you can get Government Jobs after the 12th exam. There is so many authority in India who can recruit a candidate throughout the year. So always keep an eye on their website and whenever any application gets publish apply them accordingly. Your success in the competitive exam is the only objective to write this article.
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