Sarkari Naukri 2019-20: There is a huge demand for Sarkari Naukri (सरकारी नौकरी), government jobs in India. This is because Sarkari Naukri offers great security and stability. Apart from that, these jobs offer a decent salary, ample learning scopes, and other benefits. So, every year, tens of lakhs of candidates appear for various recruitment exams. These exams are conducted by various government organizations as well as autonomous bodies on behalf of the Government of India. Various state governments also conduct recruitment drives to fill up the vacancies in various offices, departments and ministries of the state government. Basically, there are Sarkari Naukri opportunities at the national level, state level, and organizational level.
Lakhs of Sarkari Naukri vacancies are announced every year by bodies like IBPS, SBI, SSC, RRB, LIC, the Indian Armed Forces, etc. There are government jobs for candidates of all educational levels – Class 10, Class 12 (Higher Secondary), Graduation, Postgraduation, PhD, etc. The eligibility criteria and selection process vary from one post to another. However, most of these Sarkari Naukri recruitments have at least one stage that involves a written exam. The written exam tests the candidates’ basic aptitude and language skills.
In order to apply and prepare for these exams, Sarkari Naukri aspirants need to have a clear knowledge of the exams. Detailed information is released along with the official notification of the respective exams. In this article, we will compile the notifications of all the major Sarkari Naukri (Sarkari Jobs) exams. Read on to find out.
Note: Sarkari Naukri Recruitment for various posts in the Indian Army is ongoing. Read this article to know more about Indian Army Recruitment.
Sarkari Naukri 2019-20: Latest सरकारी नौकरी Jobs
As mentioned above, there are various bodies at both national and state levels that conduct exams for recruitment in various government offices and departments. Some of them are listed below:
- a. Railway Recruitment Board, RRB in short, conducts exams for recruitment in Indian Railways. There are 21 RRB regions in India and every year lakhs of vacancies are announced for a wide range of posts in these RRBs.
- b. Staff Selection Commission, popularly known as SSC, conducts various exams for hundreds of posts in various government offices, ministries and departments. Staff Selection Commission (SSC) has 8 regions. Thousands of vacancies are announced every year by SSC to fill up the different posts that come under SSC.
- c. Institute of Banking Personnel Selection (IBPS) conducts various exams for recruitment of Probationary Officers, Clerks, Specialist Officers and other posts in various public sector banks and Regional Rural Banks (RRBs) in the country. For IBPS Clerk, Probationary Officer (PO), and IBPS Specialist Officer (SO) exams, 20 public sector banks participate.
- d. Based on the requirement, various banks conduct their own exams. The State Bank of India (SBI) is another bank that conducts its own exams to fill up thousands of vacancies for Clerks, SO, and PO.
- e. Insurance companies like LIC, OICL, NIACL, etc. conduct their own exams to fill up vacancies of various posts, like Administrative Officers (AO), Assistant Administrative Officers (AAO), etc.
- f. India Post conducts exams to recruit Postal Assistants, Sorting Assistants, etc.
- g. Every year, a lot of vacancies are announced in the Defense Services, like Indian Army, Indian Navy, Indian Airforce. The Union Public Service Commission or UPSC conducts the Combined Defense Services (CDS) exam twice a year.
- h. The UPSC also conducts the Civil Services Exam every year for recruitment in the bureaucracy, like Indian Administrative Service (IAS), Indian Police Service (IPS), Indian Foreign Service (IFS), etc.
- i. Education boards of the respective states conduct the Teacher Eligibility Test (TET) for the selection of teachers in various government schools run by the respective state governments.
- j. The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) conducts the Central Teacher Eligibility Test (CTET).
- k. The National Testing Agency (NTA) conducts the National Eligibility Test (NET) and CSIR UGC NET exams to select candidates for Assistant Professor posts in various colleges (as well as Junior Research Fellowship). Various state-level exams are also conducted.
- l. State-level Staff Selection Commissions conducts various exams for recruitment in various departments under the state governments.
- m. Various Public Sector Undertakings (PSU) owned by the Government of India (GoI) recruits through Graduate Aptitude Test in Engineering (GATE) exam that is conducted every year.
In the next sections, we will provide you with detailed information about these Sarkari Naukri exams along with the link to the notification of each of these exams.
Sarkari Naukri Notification For Railway Jobs
As mentioned above, RRB recruits candidates in various posts of Indian railways, like:
- a. Railway Group D,
- b. Railway Technicians,
- c. Assistant Loco Pilots (ALP),
- d. Railway Protection Force (RPF),
- e. Railway Protection Special Force (RPSF),
- f. RRB Non-Technical Popular Categories (NTPC),
- g. RRB Paramedical Staff,
- h. RRC Group D (Level 1), etc.
The board comes under the Ministry of Railways and hence the jobs are Central government jobs. More than lakhs of vacancies are announced every year for these posts in Indian Railways. So, the Sarkari Naukri exams by RRB are great opportunities for aspirants seeking a job in the Indian Railways. There are posts for candidates of all educational qualification, like Matriculation level, Higher Secondary level, or Graduate level.
The table below provides the notification link for these exams conducted by RRB:
|Sarkari Naukri Railway Exams||Notification Link|
|RRB NTPC||RRB NTPC Notification|
|RRC Group D (Level 1)||RRC Group D Notification|
|RRB Paramedical Staff||RRB Paramedical Staff Notification|
|RRB JE||RRB JE Notification|
|RRB ALP||RRB ALP Notification|
|RRB Group D||RRB Group D Notification|
|RRB RPF||RRB RPF Notification|
Sarkari Naukri Notification For SSC Jobs
Staff Selection Commission (SSC) is another organization that conducts a wide range of exams for recruitment in all government departments, ministries, and organizations. SSC conducts separate exams to fill up vacancies for posts of different educational qualification. For example, SSC conducts SSC Combined Graduate Level (CGL) exam for posts that require an educational qualification of graduation. Then SSC Combined Higher Secondary Level exam is conducted for posts that demand a minimum qualification of Higher Secondary Level. And so on.
The various exams conducted by SSC along with links to the notifications are as under:
|Sarkari Naukri SSC Exams||Notification Link|
|SSC CGL||SSC CGL Notification|
|SSC MTS||SSC MTS Notification|
|SSC JE||SSC JE Notification|
|SSC CHSL||SSC CHSL Notification|
|SSC GD Constable||SSC GD Notification|
|SSC Stenographer||SSC Stenographer Notification|
|SSC Selection Post||SSC Selection Post Notification|
|SSC IMD Scientific Assistant||SSC IMD Scientific Assistant Notification|
|SSC CPO||SSC CPO Notification|
Sarkari Naukri Notification For Banking Jobs
Bank jobs are considered to be highly prestigious in India. They provide great salaries, the scope for personal and professional growth and learning experience. Every year various Public Sector Banks and Regional Rural Banks (RRBs) announce vacancies for various posts like Probationary Officers (PO)/Management Trainees (MT), Junior Associates/Clerks, Officer Scale 1, Scale 2, Scale 3, Office Assistants, Specialist Officers (SO), etc.
Around 17 public sector banks in India recruit Probationary Officers, Clerks and Specialist Officers through IBPS exams – IBPS PO, IBPS Clerk, and IBPS Specialist Officer respectively. More than 50 Regional Rural Banks (RRBs) in India recruit Office Assistants (Multipurpose), Officer Scale 1, 2, and 3 through IBPS RRB exams. All these exams are conducted by the Institute of Banking Personnel Selection (IBPS).
Apart from these exams, various banks conduct separate exams based on their requirements.
The State Bank of India (SBI) conducts separate exams – SBI PO, SBI Clerk, and SBI SO – for recruitment of Probationary Officers, Clerks and Specialist Officers in SBI and its associate banks.
Note that the private sector banks in India too offer almost the same facilities and salary as Sarkari Naukri bank jobs.
The various bank exams and their notification links are as under:
Banking Job Exams
|IBPS SO||IBPS SO Notification|
|IBPS PO||IBPS PO Notification|
|IBPS Clerk||IBPS Clerk Notification|
|SBI Clerk||SBI Clerk Notification|
|IBPS RRB (Office Assistant, Scale I, II, III)||IBPS RRB Notification|
|Bank Of Baroda SO||Bank Of Baroda SO Notification|
|South Indian Bank PO||South Indian Bank PO Notification|
|SBI PO||SBI PO Notification|
|SBI SO||SBI SO Notification|
|Indian Bank PO||Indian Bank PO Notification|
|Federal Bank PO||Federal bank PO Notification|
|Federal Bank Clerk||Federal Bank Clerk Notification|
|Vijaya Bank Probationary Assistant Manager||Vijaya Bank Probationary Assistant Manager Notification|
Sarkari Naukri Exams For Insurance Jobs
The Life Insurance Corporation of India, LIC for short, is the biggest insurance company in India. It conducts LIC AAO, LIC Assistant, and LIC ADO exams for recruitment of Assistant Administrative Officers (AAO), Assistants, and Apprentice Development Officer (ADO) in various branches of the company all over India. These are the most demanding jobs in the insurance sector.
Apart from these, various other insurance companies, like Oriental Insurance Company Limited (OICL), New India Assurance Company Limited (NIACL), etc. conduct various exams to recruit Assistants, Assistant Officers, etc. LIC also has a Housing Finance branch, called the LIC Housing Finance Limited, that conducts LIC HFL exams for recruitment of Associates, Assistants and Assistant Managers.
The various Sarkari Naukri exams, exam date and notification links for insurance sector are tabulated below:
|Sarkari Naukri Insurance Exams||Notification Link|
|LIC Assistant||LIC Assistant Notification|
|LIC ADO||LIC ADO Notification|
|LIC HFL||LIC HFL Notification|
|NIACL AO||NIACL AO Notification|
|LIC AAO||LIC AAO Notification|
|OICL AO||OICL AO Notification|
|NIACL Assistant||NIACL Assistant Notification|
Sarkari Naukri Exams For Defense Jobs
As mentioned above, UPSC conducts the Combined Defense Services exam twice every year – CDS 1 and CDS 2. This exam is conducted to select candidates for admission to Indian Military Academy (IMA), Indian Naval Academy (INA), Air Force Academy (AFA), and Officers’ Training Academy (OTA). Apart from that, Indian Air Force, Indian Army, Indian Navy and other paramilitary forces to recruit every year. For example, AFCAT is conducted for recruitment in the Indian Air Force (IAF). Indian Navy also conducts various exams for a wide range of posts.
|Sarkari Naukri Defense Exams||Notification Link|
|Indian Army Recruitment for Various Posts (Ongoing)||Indian Army Recruitment|
|Combined Defense Services (CDS)||UPSC CDS Notification|
|Indian Navy||Indian Navy Recruitment|
|AFCAT 2019||AFCAT Notification|
|National Defense Academy (NDA)||UPSC NDA Notification|
Sarkari Naukri Exams For Civil Services
The Union Public Services Commission, popularly known as UPSC conducts the Civil Services Exam every year for recruitment of candidates in the top-level government departments, offices, and ministries. These are the most prestigious jobs in the country which give the selected candidates immense power to make important decisions pertaining to governance. The selected candidates are posted in various services under the Central Government, like Indian Administrative Services (IAS), Indian Police Services (IPS), Indian Foreign Services (IFS), Indian Revenue Services (IRS), etc. Lakhs of candidates appear for the exam every year.
|Sarkari Naukri CSE Exam||Notification Link|
|UPSC CSE||UPSC CSE Notification|
Sarkari Naukri For Teaching Jobs
Teachers are recruited in various primary, upper primary, secondary and higher secondary schools run by the state governments every year either on a contractual basis or as full-timers. This is one of the most sought-after jobs in India. Every state has its own education board which conducts the Teacher Eligibility Test (TET) to shortlist candidates for the post of teachers in various schools. Likewise, NTA, as well as various state-level boards, conduct exams to select candidates for the post of Assistant Professor in various colleges.
|Name of the Exam||Notification Link|
|Army Public School Exam||Army Public School Notification|
|Assam TET||Assam TET Notification|
|UGC NET||UGC NET Notification|
|CSIR NET||CSIR NET Notification|
Sarkari Naukri For Other State-Level Jobs
Each state government conducts its own examinations from time-to-time to select candidates for various posts under the state government. A wide range of posts come under these exams in various ministries, departments and offices under the respective state governments.
|State-Level Sarkari Naukri Exams||Notification Link|
|AP Grama Volunteer||AP Grama Volunteer Notification|
|AP Grama Sachivalayam||AP Grama Sachivalayam Notification|
|HSSC Group D||HSSC Group D Notification|
Sarkari Naukri For PSU Jobs
The Graduate Aptitude Test in Engineering (GATE) is conducted every year by one of the Indian Institutes of Technology (IITs). The main purpose of this exam is to select candidates for higher studies in the field of engineering and science. However, various Public Sector Undertakings (PSU), like BHEL, BPCL, AAI, DRDO, etc. which are owned by the Central Government recruits through GATE. PSU Recruitment through GATE is one of the most important reasons why so many people appear for GATE every year. These entry-level jobs have a huge demand among Indians as the salary is high and there are ample opportunities for growth.
|Sarkari Naukri PSU Exam||Notification Link|
|GATE 2019||GATE Notification|
In addition, various PSUs conduct their own exams as per requirements.
As said earlier, most of the Sarkari Naukri exams has more or less the same syllabus. The difficulty level, however, varies. Taking bank mock tests will help in most of the exams. Also, at Embibe, you can take bank mock test series, railway mock test series, SSC mock test series, insurance mock test series, defence mock test series, etc. for free. Make the best use of these tests and ace the exam to get into your dream Sarkari job.
We hope this detailed article on Sarkari Naukri recruitment notifications helps you. If you have any query regarding any Sarkari Naukri (Sarkari Naukri Job), drop a comment below. We will get back to you at the earliest.