The “Government Job” as the name gives a sense of job security. Many posts in the government sector have been recruited through these Competitive Exams. For that, we are providing the list of Competitive Exams where the minimum eligibility criteria for qualification is class 12th. These popular government jobs not only help provide the candidate’s dynamics in their professionalism but also influences once personality during the course of their service.


The National Defence Academy (NDA) exam is the Joint Service examination of the Indian Armed Forces, where cadets have been selected for the three services, Army, Navy and Air Force. Applicants are selected through a written exam conducted by the UPSC, followed by an interview by the SSB in various fields like general aptitude, psychological testing, team skills, social and physical skills and at last a medical test.


Railway Recruitment Board (RRB) conducts Nontechnical Popular Categories (NTPC) exam for the recruitment for post Commercial apprentice, Goods guard, Traffic Apprentice, Traffic Assistant, Assistant Station Master, Ticket collector etc. for pan India services. The examination consists of different stages conducted both online offline modes examing various skills, aptitude, general ability and medical test.


Special Class Railway Apprentice (SCRA) is an examination conducted by UPSC, for the selection for the undergraduate program in mechanical engineering at the Indian Railways Institute of Mechanical and Electrical Engineering, Jamalpur. This exam is one of the oldest to be conducted in India. The examination constitutes of MCQ based tests in mathematics, physics, chemistry, English language, general knowledge, and a mental ability test. The candidates selected are called for an interview, followed by a medical examination.

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Staff Selection Commission (SSC) has been one of the most prominent organizations to conduct Government exams in India. SSC CHSL is an examination for recruitment of the post like Junior Secretariat Assistant (JSA), Postal Assistant Sorting Assistant and Data Entry Operator (DEO) etc. for various Ministries, Departments,  Organizations of the Government of India. The exam is conducted in three stages in which first is online mode computer-based written examination and then expressive test which is conducted offline followed by skill test.


SSC Stenographer is another exam conducted by Staff Selection Commission for the recruitment for the post of Stenographer of Grade C and D. The examination is based on 2 stages. The first stage, which comprises of MCQs through online mode. After this, an exam to test your skill sets in various fields is conducted. The job profile of a stenographer comprises of press conference briefing, public relations management, speech writings etc.

As above examinations are one of the top choices, but you can also appear for other exams for positions such as coast guards, Indian Navy, state police constables, protective services. Now you had an idea about various government sector jobs you can seek after your 12th, find out further details about these exams and start preparing for them with dedicated efforts. Though the competition will be tough. However, with proper strategy, planning and confidence you can achieve success.


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