Government Exam

Government Exam

 If you have passed out of college or university, what is the next step you will choose? After college or university, some will opt for higher studies and some will find jobs. When we say the word job the first thing that comes to our mind is if we get a government job then our life will be sorted out. Today's Competition is so tough that if you get a private job, government job or a job in any other sector you will be very lucky. Every year lakhs of students apply for government jobs because government jobs have many facilities other than private jobs. So now the question is: What is a Government job?

Government jobs are those jobs which the government organises for providing government jobs to the ones who get on their merit basis. There are many government exams and various organisations which conduct the exams. These are some organisations - UPSC, LIC, SSC, IBPS, RBI and more.

Some government exams are -

SSC CHSL - The post for SSC CHSL (Combined High Secondary Graduate Level) is a national wide exam for the post of DTO, LDC, PA, and SA in different central government departments.

IBPS PO - Institute of Banking Personnel Selection (IBPS) is the exam for those who want to join the banking industry. The exams are held in September and October and the notice comes out in August every year.

RBI Grade B - Reserve Bank of India (RBI) is owned by the Government of India. Every year RBI conducts an exam to recruit officers which are referred to as RBI Grade B officers.

SSC CGL - Staff Selection Commission for Combined Graduate Level (CGL) is the exam conducted for officer and assistant level posts for various departments.

UPSC - Union Public Service Commission (UPSC) is considered the toughest exam for UPSC. It conducts exams for various posts like IFS, IAS, IPS and other groups A and B posts.

SBI PO - State Bank of India (SBI) holds exams for Probationary officer PO which is one of the best jobs after graduation one can do. This exam has 3 tiers



GD or interview for the SBI PO exam

How to prepare for any exam?

Know your marking pattern and syllabus - This is the most important thing to prepare for an exam because if you don't know the syllabus what will you read? You should know the marking pattern. It helps you to find how many questions will carry how many marks. You will get an idea of the paper 

Make a timetable for your studies- First thing you should make a timetable for all the subjects you need to study. If you study according to your timetable you will cover up your whole syllabus and you will get time to study equal portions for all the subjects.

Take breaks in between - Taking breaks in between the studies is also important because if you continue to study for ⅔ hours you will get bored and the main thing is your brain also needs some rest. If you take short breaks between your studies you will feel fresh and you will be able to concentrate on your studies.

Revision of the entire syllabus - Before your exams, you should end your whole syllabus and do revisions. This will help to remember everything and if you left out something you can get enough time to read that particular topic or the question.

Watch YouTube videos and attempt daily mock tests - If you have any doubts regarding questions you can follow ½ channels regularly on YouTube in that particular subject and you can learn. You can also attempt daily quizzes and tests which they organise or many apps are available in the play store for conducting mock tests for heh exams.

Basics must be clear - Basics should be clear always because if you don't clear your basics you will not be able to understand further studies. Basics must be cleared.

For any competitive exams, you should follow all the tips to clear the exams. For every dream, you see you have to do hard work to achieve that dream for a better life.

All the best wishes to everyone who is doing hard work for their upcoming exams.

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