3 Essential Factors Of Recruitment 2014 In SBI And SSC As Penchant For Job Seekers

Mar 19 09:36 2013 Deepak Joshi Print This Article

In India, the number of eligible candidates for a particular job offer is quite high these days. Mostly, this is because of the access to education and many of these students going for higher education.

Not only has the bar for entry into different jobs been raised,Guest Posting candidates are nowadays facing the heat of competition in the competitive examinations. Most of the organisations in India are recruiting candidates through conduct of entrance exams. For this purpose, the responsibility is either on the organisation itself or the charge is taken over by some competent exam conducting body. In many cases of recruitment for Group B, C and D posts, Staff Selection Commission or SSC has taken the onus of the examination process. From time to time, advertisements are brought out by SSC calling for written examinations for various government departments in the country. As an individual body, State Bank of India, on the other hand goes about recruiting its staff by conducting its own written exam and interviews. Job seekers jump up on the opportunities of selection advertisements by SSC as well as SBI because they have few favourable • Job offers in recruitment 2014 can be in thousands: SSC or Staff Selection Commission has in line for recruitment 2014, a number of jobs. These are spread across various departments as well as organisations under the government of India. SSC recruitment 2014 has already been declared for Food Corporation of India for more than 6000 assistant grade II posts. There has been declaration of written exams for Multi tasking non technical posts. Combined Graduate Level examination for about 1500 posts in various departments has been declared to be held in month of April, 2014 and July, 2014. Also, SSC recruitment 2014 would be held for engineering assistant technical in Prasar Bharati, for more than 1500 posts. Apart from these, there are some 10,000 constable general duty and rifleman posts to be filled up in various sections of armed forces. From these figures, two important conclusions are evident. The range of government departments for which SSC recruitment 2014 would be conducted is very wide. Secondly, the number of positions in these recruitment publications is very high. For this reason, a lot of candidates are looking up for the advertisements by SSC and submit their applications as per the eligibility requirement. State Bank of India also brings out a large number of vacancies usually and in 2014, there are about 20,000 posts of clerks and probationary officers to be filled up. • Variations in options through SBI and SSC:     Under the SSC and SBI recruitment 2014, candidates get to work in different government sector. Someone, who wishes to work in the income tax department or excise department in Group B or C posts, can apply for the SSC CGL exam. Those, who have the desire to work as probationary officers in State Bank of India in 2014, should look out for SBI recruitment 2014. It has been seen that candidates have an inclination for certain departments. SSC and SBI, even though are conducting their examinations differently, receive a lot of applications for certain posts. • Working in banks and government departments:     Finally, when the above two factors are important enough for candidates to go for the recruitment 2014 opportunities provided through SSC and SBI, the lure of working in government departments and banks is a logical conclusion for such high turnouts. This can be labelled as the third reason for such a high penchant for jobs in SBI and government departments for which SSC conducts the recruitment process. Recruitment 2014 , SBI Recruitment 2014 , SSC Recruitment 2014

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