7 key points every government job aspirant must know and follow
Every aspirant who wishes serve in the public sector doesn’t initially understand how to hit the target precisely. We hope that these 7 key points every government job aspirant must know and follow will answer most of your queries.
- Know where you stand: Get started
Every government job aspirant must know that there are at least 1000 job notifications that are released annually. We are not even counting the minor ones. In order to get started, first of all, you must know which sector you wish to join. Some of the major government job sectors include-
- Banking (Clerk, PO and Specialist Officer)
- Defence (CDS, CAPF, AFCAT)
- Insurance (AAO, ADO and Assistants)
- UPSC (Civil Services, Engineering Services)
- SSC CGL (Approximately 30 posts are included, some of which are Income Tax Inspector, Examiner, Tax Assistant etc.)
- Teaching (CTET, UPTET etc)
- Police (SSC SI ASI)
First select your preference for a sector and then the job which you would like to target. For example, Bank PO job can be selected for the examination. We advise you to select at least 2 sectors and one job per sector.
- Bookmark the website/ subscribe to the newspaper giving government job notifications
You should remain regularly updated about the government job notification. For keeping track of the same, it is ideal to subscribe to the newspaper, such as Employment News or a website that gives regular job notifications for the government sector.
- Understand the exam pattern & its syllabus
Before aspiring for the exam, make sure that you are aware of the pattern & syllabus. For this purpose, you can check previous year sample papers or free online mock question papers.
- Attempt a mock test
For checking the depth of water, you need to immerse your feet within. Try and attempt a free mock test to know whether it is your cup of coffee or not.
- Prepare your exam strategy
If you are targeting an exam that has different levels, viz. Prelims & Mains, make sure that you strategize for both of them differently. But first of all, focus on the prelims exams.
Study well in advance. Take ample time for preparation and be focussed.
- Qualify your first phase
Once you get selected in the prelims, your level of confidence will automatically go up. Focus more and qualify the next level, i.e. Mains. You can go through our blogs to know how to do preparation for every stream you aim for.
We hope that these 7 key points will help you secure your government job or aspire for it in a better manner.
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