Government jobs after 10th class and Intermediate:Government jobs in India are also known as sarkari naukri jobs i.e. the employment opportunities which are provided by the government of India. The government of India has divided the government jobs into two sections 1. State government jobs and 2. Central government jobs. People are more interested to build their career in the government sector i.e. public sector. The reasons behind this were the government job has a vast security and excellent payment when compared with private jobs. There are so many other benefits like pension, allowances, DA, PF etc. Which makes a government job is more preferable then the private job by the people irrespective of their category. Even students who have completed the 10th class or intermediate would eagerly wait for the government notifications. Keeping all these factors in mind, the government of India every year releasing the recruitment notification in every field.
Government of India is providing many jobs for 10th and 12th pass candidates. The aspirants can apply for following posts in Government Sectors such as Indian Army,Indian Railway, Indian Navy, UPSC (Union Public Service Commission), and Banking sector, state Police Departments, Under Ministry departments and manypublic sector undertakings organizations.Designation of the post for 10th & 12th Pass candidates:Assistants in banks and government administrative, Village Administrative Officer (VAO), Stenographer,Clerk (LDC), Attendant in government school and college, Driver, Constable, Data Entry Operator, Junior Assistants etc. The reservation is applicable as per the rules and regulation of the government of India. The government of India has introduced the reservation system for all government jobs in both public sector enterprises in order to alleviate backwardness of various socially & educationally backward communities (like SC/ST/OBC /PH etc.)
Selection method:The Selection Method for State Government jobs and Central Government jobs is based on the performance in the written test, then Personal Interview.