Scrambling for government based jobs in central and state run institutions has been the norm these days. Although there are many opportunities for people in the private sector industries, still, the run is trending towards the government jobs. To fill up various group B non-technical and group C gazetted technical and non technical vacancies in the government organisations, the SSC recruitment comes into play, which takes care of filling of most of the posts, apart from those in the railway and industrial establishments.
There are a variety of posts that are filled through this particular recruitment and these include junior translators, pradhyapak, clerical, stenographer, data entry operator, and such posts. There are about 9 regional and sub-regional offices of Staff Selection Commission, throughout the country, which carries out the recruitment.
Students who have gone onto do their masters degree in English or Hindi subjects can apply for the above posts, which are to be filled by the SSC recruitment process. Junior engineer posts can also be filled up through this recruitment process for jobs in different departments of the government organisations, for which the candidates should be either degree holders in engineering or can also be diploma holders. Similarly for the posts of constables, the candidates with the educational qualifications of 10th pass can apply and get selected. Though these posts belong to the Group B and C, yet the lure of government jobs brings a lot of applicants to such recruitment process.
Another of the government jobs is that in the Employees Provident Fund Organisation, where the candidates need to have a degree from any recognised university in the country.