Upcoming Sarkari Exam 2020: All Central & State Govt. Sarkari Exam List & Updates

Sarkari Exam 2020: All Central & State Govt. Sarkari Exam List

As soon as you pass out of college, you start looking for a well-paid job. For most of us, Sarkari or government jobs happens to be our priority. But given the population of India, there are not enough government job opportunities out there.

The government of India has been actively involved in generating more government jobs both at the state and central level. The good thing is that the government has been successful to some extent, but they need to put in more effort to get the desired results. The main aim is to eradicate unemployment from the country.

Getting a government job is not as easy as you may think it to be. You need to sit for an exam before you can get the job. Sarkari exams are conducted every year where lakhs and lakhs of people participate. But only a few hundred are lucky enough to pass the exam and get the job. Unless you prepare yourself well, it is hard to crack a government job exam. If you are planning to sit for a government exam in 2020, then you are in the right place for information.

Sarkari Exam 2020

Just like every year, Sarkari exams will take place this year as well. Some major organisations employ the youth and qualified people of the country. This include:

  • Staff Selection Commission (SSC)
  • Railway Board
  • Bank (IBPS, RBI)
  • Defense (Police, Air Force, UPSC, NDA)

All of these organisations have their set procedure for the selection of candidates. You have to pass through multiple rounds of selection to get finally get the job.

The main purpose of conducting the Sarkari exam is to test whether the candidate is eligible to get the job or not. This is the first step in the appointment process. A standard pattern of exam is conducted which either takes place offline or online as decided by the concerned authorities. The exam is a written one. The exam is often followed by a round of personal interview and document verification.

Just so you know, a government job exam is conducted for students who are skilled and have the potential to take on the job. It is for 8th pass and above. Candidates with 10th/12th pass certificate, diploma, ITI, graduate, post-graduate, and Ph.D. can also sit for the exams.

Sarkari Exams 2020: List And Other Details

When it comes to Sarkari exams in India, there are two types, one is conducted by the central government and the other is conducted by the state government.

If you are planning to sit for Sarkari exams this year, then you better take a look at the list below. These are the government exams that are coming up next.

1. SSC Exams (Staff Selection Commission)

The SSC exam is conducted by the Staff Selection Commission to recruit candidates for various job profiles. This is a highly competitive exam which means you need to prepare for it nicely to crack it. Lakhs of candidates will be participating in the exam and only a few hundreds will be chosen. The exams under SSC are:

  • SSC CHSL
  • SSC CGL
  • SSC MTS
  • SSC CPO
  • SSC STENOGRPAHER
  • SSC JE
  • SSC GD
  • SSC SELECTION POSTS
  • SSC JHT

2. Railway Exams

Every year an uncountable number of people dream of entering the railway sector as it is a highly paid government job. But not all of them are lucky to get a job in the railway sector. You need to first pass the exam that is conducted by the Railway Recruitment Control Board. They recruit candidates for various posts, every year. The exams conducted are:

  • RRB Grade D
  • RRB JE
  • RRB NTPC

3. Bank Exams

One of the most reputable and well-paid jobs under the government is to work at a bank. Every year, the banking sector tries to generate as many jobs as they can to recruit qualified candidates. Just like every year, there will be an exam conducted by the authorities. The exams upcoming for the baking candidates are:

  • IBPS PO
  • SBI PO
  • RBI GRADE B
  • BANK OF INDIA
  • NATIONAL HOUSING BANK
  • RBI CONSULTANT
  • IBP SSO

4. Defence Exams

Defence exams are conducted by both the central and state government of India. If you are planning to sit for defence exams, then you need to sit for any of these government exams. This include 

  • NDA
  • IPS
  • CDS
  • AFCAT

5. Police Jobs

Many candidates dream to join the Indian police force. To get a police job, you need to crack the exams that are conducted by the state governments. The good thing about police jobs is that both experienced and fresher can apply. The recruitment takes place for some of the main police jobs given below:

  • UP Police
  • Delhi Police
  • Assam Police
  • Bihar Police
  • MP Police

FAQs

1. How to get a government job?

To get a government job, you need to clear all the rounds of selection. The written exam is usually the first round and then comes the interview and document verification rounds.

2. How to apply for a government job in India?

The details related to the government exams are posted on government job sites. You should check out these sites to know the eligibility criteria to apply. You will also find other details on the exams, rounds of selection, syllabus, documents, etc. If you are eligible, then you can fill-up the form for the exam and submit it to receive your admit card.

3. Where can you check government job results?

Nowadays, government job results are posted on government sites online. Once you know the result date, you should keep a check on these sites for the results to be out.

4. Who can apply for a government job?

Government jobs are meant for everyone who can meet the eligibility criteria. You have to register and apply for the job, after which you need to take the exam and go through other selection rounds.

Getting a government job is not an easy task. Lakhs and lakhs of candidates apply for government jobs every year. The exams are tough to crack and therefore, need good preparation. If you are serious about getting a government job, then you need to work hard for it.

Updated: November 6, 2020 — 7:13 pm

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