No matter how lucrative the private jobs may seem, the charm of getting a government job is unparallel. The job security and financial freedom that comes with the Government job is unmatched. Due to this reason, the number of candidates sitting for Government job examinations has always been extremely high. In fact, a number of people wait round the year for the notifications for certain Government jobs and give a shot at it.

To make this easier for you, here we present to you some of the most well known Government job examinations with the required information "“


Nothing in India can beat the charm of a job as an IAS officer. The annual UPSC examination which recruits candidates for IAS, IPS, IRS and IFS services among others, is known as the toughest examination in the country. But all would agree that the perks and reputation that comes with this job is worth the effort that you need to put in. For all the information about the UPSC examination, you may refer to their website "“


Many jobs have their ups and downs and go out of favour after sometime, but a job in the banking sector has stood firm as one of the most favourite jobs in the country. IBPS conducts yearly examinations at the all India level for the posts of Probationary Officers and Clerks. This online examination is given by lakhs of students every year. The syllabus of the examination consists of Mathematics, English language, Logical Reasoning and General Awareness. The candidates clearing the first round need to face an interview.

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More information about this examination can be found at


The SSC conducts its CGL (Combined Graduate Level) examination each year for recruiting 'b' grade assistants in various central ministries. A highly sought after examination, this is usually written by over 10 lakh candidates each year. The positions on offer also include statistical investigator at CAG and sub inspector at the CBI, apart from secretaries at External Ministry, Railway Ministry and Home Ministry. Further information about this examination can be found at

Indian Engineering Services

If you though a B.Tech degree would only get you a job in the private sector, you are wrong! The IES (Indian Engineering Services) examination recruits candidates at various engineering posts including civil engineers, electronic engineers and mechanical engineers. This examination is also conducted by the UPSC. The eligibility criteria for the candidates include engineering or M.Sc degree from a recognized institute. If you are interested in this examination, you can find out more at

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