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Easy Government Jobs You Can Apply in India

According to reports, around 1.5 million students graduate every year. Graduation is seen as a must-have qualification for most of the Government jobs in India. To get an opportunity to work in the Government offices is always considered as a prestigious. All over the year, the Government sector hires graduates in huge numbers and it is set to increase in the future. Graduate students get an opportunity to appear in many of the most reputed government job exams of the country and serve the country. There are recruitment bodies like UPSC, NDA, Staff Service Commission that conducts exams for central Government job openings. Competitive examinations vary accordingly. If you are looking for jobs then there are various competitive examinations that make you get prepared according to their particular syllabus.



Here is the list of Government jobs that has easy exams and you can have high chances of getting selected.

1. If you are looking for a job in a nationalized bank, you can try for Government bank examinations that are conducted by IBPS, SBI, RBI, NABARD, etc. Among all the banking exams the easiest to crack is Regional Rural Bank examinations that are organized by The Institute Of Banking Personnel Selection. positions of Office Assistant, Marketing Manager, Treasury Manager, Officer Scale – I, Banking Officer comes under scale – II, Agriculture Officer (under Grade – II), Law Officer (under Gunder – II), Law Officer (under Grade – II), Chartered Accountant (under Grade II), Officer (under Grade III) and IT Officer (under Grade II). For Scale, I and Office Assistant procedure involve Preliminary Examination and Main Examination. Whereas for banking officer scale II & III involves Single-stage exams and interviews. For more information, you can access their website https://www.ibps.in/
These exams are considered as easy compared to SBI and RBI examinations.

2. Railway Recruitment Board examinations are easy to pass compared to the UPSC examination. Indian Railways is considered as the top Government Employer in India where the majority of people are working and preferred by many. For this exam to crack you'll need to give a thorough 6 months' time for preparation.  Railway Recruiting Board - The RRB Group C & D is the easiest among all the other examinations conducted by the railway board. The selection process involves the Computer-based Test and the other round includes Physical Test. Applications for these examinations are invited from March to April every year. and exams are held between August to October every year. If this interests you, check out their website http://www.rrbcdg.gov.in/ for more.


3. Another good option you can opt for the exams conducted by the Staff Selection Commission or SSC. Apart from those famous exams that we all are aware of, there are specific examinations that are held by SSC to fill the posts of Translators, Stenographers, Central Armed Police Forces or CAPFs, Constables, Multi-Tasking Executives. It also conducts examinations like CGL (Combined Graduate Level) and CHSL (Combined Higher Secondary Level) for mass recruitment in the officer and clerical level positions. The CGL conducts examination for the various Government Ministries, Departments, and Offices.

If you are looking for lower-level examinations then you can try for CHSL. They recruit employees for data entries, general office works, office management, postal duties, etc.
CHSL is easier when compared to CGL. The examination consists of three rounds i.e. Competitive exams checking you for General Knowledge, Aptitude and Final will check your computer typing and computer literacy.



In a country like India where always a preference is given to the Government job as it is considered as secured, it's always important to give the best try. It is not the paper that makes a competition easy or difficult to crack but how much you are prepared. If you prepare yourself well according to exam requirements, you will find it easy to face the exam but if not, then you might face disappointment.
Take one more chance and prepare for the exam. With the help of the internet, you can easily access the study material that is available online. You can check previous exam papers by logging official websites of the institutions. Try appearing for Mock tests as this will gives you an insight on your progress and allow you to prepare and improve. Always consider the NCERT syllabus on priority while studying as most of the questions are included from it. Keep yourself updated with the current affairs as this plays an important role in any Government examinations.


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