The Government of the Country is officially known as the Union Government (or) Central Government in India. The Indian constitution established Central Government in the year of 1950. It is the governing authority of 29 states and 7 union territories of Indian country. In New Delhi, the Central Government of India is located.
Some of the departments working under Central Government are
- Department of Agriculture Research & Education
- Department of Bio-Technology
- Department of Commerce
- Department of Petrochemicals
- Department of Defence
- Department of Economic Affairs
- Department of Financial Services
- Department of Health Research
- Department of Legal Affairs
- Department of Revenue
- Department of Science & Technology
- Department of Telecommunication
Some of the Central Government Exams are:
- Union Public Service Commission (UPSC)
- Staff Selection Commission (SSC)
- Institute of Bank Personnel Selection (IBPS)
- Reserve Bank of India (RBI)
- Life Insurance Corporation (LIC)
- UPSC Civil Services
- Indian Railways
- Indian Oil Corporation Limited (IOCL)
- National Council of Educational Research And Training (NCERT)
Every year lakhs of candidates apply for Central Government jobs out of their preference towards the Central government sectors. In spite of excellent career and growth opportunities offered by private sectors, government jobs still remain as the prime choice of the Indian youngsters. The reasons behind their aspiration are job satisfaction, benefits, status, power and job security. Nowadays, the majority of the Central Government jobs are offered through open competitive examination based recruitment system. One who dreams for Central Government jobs, then the person should strive to pass out the exams first.
What are the procedures to follow for winning the exams? It is being the foremost question of many candidates. Though they have a passion for the government jobs, they do not have any clear guidance on how to crack the exams. We believe, the following tips would be helpful for the government jobs preparing aspirants.
Understand the selection procedure
First of all, the candidate should decide which post he is aiming for. It will help the candidate to identify the exact selection procedure. If the procedure involves a written exam, then the candidate has to prepare for academics based on the syllabus. If the selection is based only on the physical test or interview, then that particular part should be focused.
Evaluate the syllabus
The Syllabus is the main component to crack any exam. Thorough understanding of the syllabus and covering major to minor topics without any left out will help out for a perfect preparation. A Syllabus also helps the candidate to evaluate the type of questions that can be expected in the exam.
Gather study material
After designing the strategy and timeline, it is quite important to search for the right study material. There are many books along with answers keys, explanation available in the market. Before picking any material, see whether all topics and the entire syllabus are covered. And also note that whether the question format is as such in the exam format.
A complete preparation helps you to get passed in the exams easily.