Central Govt Jobs 2020 - 21 | Latest Central Job Vacancies

Jul 09, 2020

Hi folks, if you are one among those aspirants who are eagerly waiting for Central Government Jobs, then, you are on the right page. Every day, various central govt job notifications are released to give an opportunity for various skilled candidates across the country.

All India Central Govt Jobs 2020 - 21

Post DateBoard NamePost NameVacanciesQualificationLast DateMore Details
09.07.2020BSFPilots, Engineer, & Logistic Officer
53Refer Notification31.12.2020More Details
NSCLAssistant (Legal), Management Trainee, Senior Trainee, Diploma Trainee, Trainee, and others
220B.Sc/ M.Sc./ MBA/ PG Degree
Update SoonMore details
10, 11.07.2020More details
08.07.2020IRELApprentice21ITI/ Diploma/ Graduation05.08.2020More details
07.07.2020ESIC Senior Resident 33MBBS, PG Degree21, 22 and 24 July (Walk-IN)More Details
07.07.2020NIAConsultant 08MA, Degree, MS, MBBS etc 11.07.2020More Details
07.07.2020JK Postal circleGDS442SSC05.08.2020More Details
06.07.2020JIPMERSenior Resident
64post-graduate medical degree
16.07.2020More Details
06.07.2020IBPSPOVariousRefer NotificationUpdate LaterMore Details
04.07.2020ITBPConstable GD51Refer Notification
26.08.2020More Details
30.06.2020IBPS RRB
Clerk (Office Assistant)
4626Bachelor's degree
21.07.2020More Details
Probationary Officer (Officer Scale I, II & III)
5014Bachelor's degree
More Details

Both freshers and experienced candidates can find the Latest and Upcoming Central Government job notifications here. Most of the students opt Central Government Jobs as they provide high pay scale, medical facilities, pension, loan facilities, and job security. Central Government Jobs are in various sectors like Police, Bank, Railways, Defence, Army, Navy, Air force, government organizing institutions and universities, etc. You can also find the qualification wise Central Government Jobs from 10th up to P.hD (10th, 12th, Degree, ITI, Diploma, Graduates, Post Graduates, etc) here.

If you want to kick start your career as an employee in the Central Government sector, this is the perfect platform for you. Go through the below sections for more information related to Central Govt Jobs.

Eligibility Criteria For Latest Central Government Jobs

The eligibility criteria will vary for each post and organization. Candidates who satisfy the eligibility criteria like age limit, qualific

Age Limit

The minimum age limit is 18 years and the maximum limit varies according to the post you are willing to apply

What is the Qualification For Central Govt Jobs?

Aspirants who have completed or passed 10th, 12th, Diploma, Degree/Graduation (BA, B.Sc, B.Com, BBA, BCA, BE), Post Graduation (M.Sc, MA, M.Com, MSW, MBA, MCA, ME, M.Tech etc) are eligible to apply for Central Govt Jobs

Selection Process

Selection process for most of the Central Government Jobs is similar. You can check the selection rounds involved in the recruitment.

  • Written Exam
  • Physical Standard Test
  • Physical Efficiency Test
  • Skill Test
  • Viva-voce/Interview
  • Document Verification
  • Group Discussion
  • Merit List

How To Get Free Job Alerts For Central Govt Jobs?

You can get the free Central Government Job alerts by following the below steps:

  • You can visit our site regularly or bookmark our site using Ctrl+D to get free Central Govt Job alerts
  • Follow the daily local newspapers or Employment Newspaper/Rozgar Samachar
  • Go to the official website of the particular board you wish to apply

Documents Required To Apply For Central Govt Jobs

The following documents are required to apply for Central Government Jobs:

  • 10th/SSC Marks list
  • Intermediate/12th Marks list
  • Graduation/Post Graduation Marks list
  • Date of Birth certificate
  • Scanned Photograph and Signature
  • Valid Email Id and Phone number (If required)
  • Caste certificate (if required)
  • Disability certificate (if required)

How To Apply For Central Govt Jobs?

  • Log on to the official portal of the particular board
  • On the web portal, find and hit the related advt notification link
  • Read the full details provided in the official notification and check the eligibility criteria
  • If eligible, click the “Apply Online” link
  • Fill all the appropriate details in the application form
  • Pay the fee online or offline
  • Upload the required documents in the prescribed format
  • Cross-check all the details before the final submission of the form
  • Take a print out and save it for future reference

Central Government Organizations or PSUs

Various Central Government Organizations are

  • BHEL
  • IOCL
  • ONGC
  • HAL
  • GAIL
  • Coal India
  • NTPC
  • NLC
  • SBI
  • CIL
  • AAI
  • RRB
  • RRC
  • RBI
  • IBPS
  • UPSC
  • LIC
  • DRDO
  • ISRO
  • BEL, etc.

The notifications are released by these organizations separately on its official portal or local newspapers or Employment Newspaper/Rozgar Samachar. Soon after the official release, we will also update on this page.

Latest Banking Jobs

Banking in India is very robust and considered as one of the best banking systems in Asia. It provides huge employment opportunities for youth, and numerous candidates wait for the bank recruitment notification. Banks absorb a significant number of eligible candidates as clerks, probationary officers, etc.

Due to the revolutionary steps were taken by the government in the finance sector, even after modernization with sophisticated machinery such Cash deposit machines as Automated teller machines (ATM) this sector still requires a significant number of human resources to fill the vacant posts.

An independent body named Institute of Banking Personnel Selection (IBPS) conducts competitive exams to recruit eligible candidates for the positions probationary officers and clerks. The exam is named as common written examination, and since its inception in 2011, this exam is being conducted every year.

This exam is a three-stage test comprising preliminary, mains and interview and the aspiring candidates need to qualify all three phases to qualify for the position.

Various notifications are released by the following banking sectors to recruit the candidates for multiple positions like PO, SO, Clerk, Manager, Assistant Manager, Accountant, Peon, Watchman, etc. You can also find Bank jobs in various states and cities.

  • Tamilnadu State Cooperative Bank
  • Karnataka Bank
  • Punjab and Sind Bank
  • Punjab National Bank
  • Meghalaya Cooperative Apex Bank Ltd
  • Saraswat Cooperative Bank Ltd
  • National Housing Bank
  • Indian Bank
  • Bank of Baroda
  • Syndicate Bank
  • Canara Bank
  • SBI
  • RBI
  • IBPS
  • IDBI
  • LIC
  • UCO Bank
  • NABARD, etc

Indian Post Office Vacancies

The Department of Posts under the Ministry of Communications and Information Technology of Government of India (GOI) is the postal system in the country is one of the most widely distributed postal systems in the world and is generally referred as “the post office.” In our country more than 1.55 lakh post offices are present, and almost 90% of the post offices are present in the rural areas. The country is divided into 22 postal circles and a special postal with to serve the Armed Forces.

To recruit eligible candidates into the Department, Department of Posts releases notifications to recruit eligible candidates for the posts of Postal Assistant, Postman, Mail Guard, Sorting Assistant, Multi Tasking Staff,etc.

The various Post office recruitment notifications will be released by the respective circle or Staff Selection Commission (SSC) recruits eligible candidates to the vacant posts in the department based on the need. The recruitment consists of an online test to filter the eligible candidates.

Police Recruitment 2020 Notifications

Every year, a lot of notifications are announced by central and state government police departments to hire the candidates for various vacancies like Constable, Head Constable, Home Guard, Sub Inspector, Deputy Superintendent of Police, etc.

Railway Jobs

Indian Railways is the eighth biggest employer in the world employing more than 1.33 million employees. It recruits eligible candidates to various departments in the Railways through a board called Railway Recruitment Boards (RRB) which is under Railway Recruitment Control Board (RRCB). Currently, there are 21 RRBs under RRCB and the most frequently notified job advertisements will be from RRB Secunderabad, RRB Chennai. RRB Mumbai, and RRB Kolkata.

Some of the important positions notified by these boards are engineers, Apprentice, Clerks, Typists, ALP Technicians, Assistant Station Master (ASM), Stenographers, law assistants, paramedical staff Non Technical popular category posts (NTPC), teachers, technical works such as welding, cooking, carpentry, etc.

The selection procedure of Railway Recruitment in india comprises written examination with objective type questions. For some posts such as Typists, Stenographers, etc., skill will also be conducted. For some technical posts such as Traffic Assistant, Assistant Station Master (ASM), Senior Timekeeper, etc., an aptitude test will be conducted.

SSC Recruitment 2020

Staff Selection commission (SSC) conducts various competitive exams every year to recruit the candidates for vacancies like DEO, LDC, MTS, JHT, SI, ASI, AAO, PA, SA, etc.

  • CHSL
  • CPO
  • Steno
  • CGL
  • MTS
  • Junior Engineer
  • SSC GD Constable

UPSC Recruitment 2020 Notifications

Every year, Union Public Service Commission releases various notifications to conduct the following exams to fill the vacancies like assistant registrar, administrative officer, stores officer, public prosecutor, etc.

  • Combined Geologists and Geo scientist Exam (UPSC CGG)
  • Engineering Services Exam (UPSC ESE)
  • Special Class Railway Apprentice Exam (UPSC SCRA)
  • Combined Defence Services Exam (UPSC CDS)
  • Indian Forest Service Exam (UPSC IFS)
  • National Defence Academy Exam (UPSC NDA)
  • Civil Services Exam (UPSC CSE)
  • Naval Academy Exam (UPSC NA)
  • Combined Medical Services Exam (UPSC CMS)
  • Central Armed Police Forces (Assistant Commandant) Exam (UPSC CAPF)
  • Indian Economic Service/Indian Statistical Service Exam (UPSC IES/ISS)

Defence Jobs

Are you in search of Defence Jobs? If yes, you are on the right path. Government of India releases various notifications to recruit the candidates for various vacancies in the following departments:

  • Indian Air Force
  • Indian Navy
  • Indian Army
  • National Security Guard (NSG)
  • Sashastra Seema Bal (SSB)
  • Border Security Force (BSF)
  • Intelligence Bureau (IB)
  • National Investigation Agency (NIA)
  • Central Reserve Police Force (CRPF)
  • Central Armed Police Forces (CAPFs)
  • Central Industrial Security Force (CISF)
  • Indian Coast Guard (ICG)
  • Paramilitary forces (Assam Rifles and Special Frontier Force)
  • Indo-Tibetan Border Police (ITBP)

India is a Union of States and all the powers are distributed between the central or government the and the States. However, union territories of India except Delhi and Puducherry are under the control of the union government. However, some powers which are in the Union list are solely vested with the Union Government. To exercise control & to monitor state administration and to have smooth governance at state level several central departments or sectors are established and run with the central. Staff selection commission (SSC) and Union Public Service Commission play a major role in recruiting the eligible candidates who are capable of running the administration and governance effectively.

On this “Central Government Jobs” page, we have shared the valuable information related to various central government organizations like RRBs, Postal Jobs, PSUs, Bank Jobs, etc. For more details, visit our site regularly or bookmark our page.

Frequently Asked Questions

What are the best Central Government Jobs in India?

Railway engineers, Bank jobs, Defence services – Army, Navy, Air Force, Coast Guard, Scientists, Insurance jobs, Government doctors, Civil services, PSU Jobs, Union or State Public Service Commission Jobs, Government Lecturer or University Professors

What are the top ten exams for Central Government Jobs?

SBI PO Exam, IBPS SO Exam, IBPS PO Exam, RBI Grade B Exam, SBI Clerk Exam, IBPS Clerk Exam, Indian Railways Exam, UPSC Civil Services Exam

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