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When a person made up his mind towards government job and ready to put in all his efforts and hard work to get him selected as one of the government employees, then firstly he should start looking for a government job using different job searching tools. All you have to do is go to the most nearest office of the national employee exchange and get yourself registered. The whole registration process usually takes about a day to a few hours and the registration process will most probably be completed within the same day itself.

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Points To Be Born In Mind For Govt Job :-


Choose Your Field

There's a place for everyone in the government services from generalists to business executives, and from archaeologists to scientists. The first step, therefore, is to choose the sector that suits you best.

Keep A Lookout For Notifications

Government recruitments are usually announced publicly through websites and magazines like Employment News, so keep an eye on them. You could also find a list of government jobs in this section of our portal. Keep checking these sources for frequent updates. Missing an application deadline usually means a year's delay or more until fresh applications are invited.


Fill The Application Carefully

Applications for government jobs usually require candidates to fill a detailed application form. Fill out your form carefully since a minor mistake could result in your application being rejected. Seek the help of someone who has had prior experience filling the form. Applications to government jobs may also require the candidate to attach attested copies of documents like education and caste certificates, so don't forget to enclose them.

Prepare Well

Almost all government jobs require candidates to give qualifying examinations followed by an interview, although the latter has been scrapped by the Union government for junior level jobs starting January 2016. While the nature of examinations differs according to the job, almost all exams have a section on general knowledge and current affairs. An increasing number of exams also lay an emphasis on numerical ability so brush up on your mathematical skills as well. Previous years' examination papers are readily available and you must go through them. Joining an institute or a coaching centre could be an advantage.


Clear The Exam And Interview !

There's no reason not to do well in the exams if you've prepared thoroughly. Keep the time factor in mind, though, since many applicants complain that they were unable to complete the paper. The interview process may differ according to the job but the panel is generally warm and cordial.