Indian government jobs are highly coveted and competitive. Coveted because of the lifestyle associated with these positions. The status, salary, perks and social security provided by these jobs make them worth applying to. Competitive because of the sheer number of students appearing for the exams so much so that one vacancy may invite as many as 6000 or more applications. Indian public sector employs 2.15cr people including both central and state government employees (excluding defence personnel).
The number of vacancies in the public sector have declined since 2014 largely attributed to lean workforce models and issues of fiscal deficits. This may explain the increase in the number of contractual workers hired who are not given any medical and other allowances benefits. Still, the opportunity to touch millions of lives in a country of 1.3 billion and being the face of an esteemed organization is a matter of pride and when one gets through toughest exams leaving hordes of aspirants behind, a sense of self-esteem prevails.
Getting a government job is not easy though. It takes at least 6 months or longer of consistent study and practice to prepare for the exams depending on how clear you are about the concepts and how many strong and weak areas you have
Step by Step process to crack any Government Job
- You should look at the previous years’ question papers to understand the exam pattern and then segregate the pattern into strong and weak areas.
- You can make the segregation based on how much you have studied so far; or by solving the question papers; or by taking a mock test to understand the strong and weak areas respectively.
- Polish your strong areas and get into as much depth as required and work on your weak areas by first understanding the basics. In the last month before the exam, you should try to take mock tests at least twice per week. This will give you ample time to make any course corrections and speed up within the time limit.
- It is also very important to look at the performance analysis of such tests to understand which sections are your strongest. Slowly increase the mock tests rate to one every day.
For any government job vacancy in India, there are more than 200 applications lying in front of the selection committee. To make the cut, the candidate requires discipline and dedication in self-study or challenges the ixamBee efforts to get through the toughest exams without wasting time and money. It is ixamBee’s responsibility to handhold each aspirant right from charting out a preparation strategy to attempting full-length practice exams and scoring high in such exams. We give a personalized experience to each individual user so that they can learn at their own pace with flexible timings.
Upcoming Government Jobs Exams in 2020-21
|Upcoming Government Exams||Important Dates|
|IBPS PO 2021-22||Online registration for IBPS PO 2021-22 including Edit/Modification of Application by candidates: October 28, 2020, to November 11, 2020|
IBPS PO Preliminary Exam 2021-22: January 05, 2021 & January 06, 2021.
Mains Exam 2021-22: February 04, 2021.
|SBI PO 2020-21||Online registration for SBI PO 2021-22 including Edit/Modification of Application by candidates: November 14, 2020, to December 04, 2020|
SBI PO Prelims: December 31, 2020, to January 05, 2021
SBI PO Mains: January 29, 2021
|SEBI Grade A 2020-21||On-line registration for SEBI Grade A 2020 including Edit/Modification of Application by candidates: March 7, 2020, to October 31, 2020 |
Prelims Exam: January 17, 2021
Mains Exam: February 27, 2021
|IBPS Clerk 2020-21||Online registration for IBPS Clerk 2021-22 including Edit/Modification of Application by candidates: October 23, 2020, to November 06, 2020 |
Prelims Exam: December 05, 12 & 13, 2020.
Mains Exam: January 24, 2021.
|IBPS SO 2021-22||Application Process: November 02, 2020 to November 23, 2020 Prelims Exam : 26th and 27th December 2020 |
Mains Exam : January 30, 2021
|SSC CHSL 2020-21||Notification – November 06, 2020 Registration – November 06, 2020, to December 12, 2020 |
Tier-I Exam (Computer Based Examination) – April 12 to 27, 2021
Tier-II Exam (Descriptive Type) – To Be Notified Later
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