Current Affairs 2020- Government To Notify More Than 3.10 Lakh Jobs Soon

Dear Aspirants, As the new year has approached with a new beginning, promises, goals and changes, and hence it is the best time to make a plan for your ambition and achieve them with flying colour, as time has come when government would be notifying various govt job opportunities for the aspirants seeking to work under the government. This article will guide you about all the upcoming examinations for the aspirants who are confused regarding the vacancies and are preparing for the government examinations.

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Government has informed in Lok Sabha that over 6 lakh posts are lying vacant in various departments and around 3.10 lakh jobs will be notified soon by different Ministries.

Banking examination are gaining popularity with each passing year. Even competition is also getting tough, almost everyone wants a Government Job but most of the students do not get the right guidance and notification at the right time. If you are interested in pursuing your career in banking sector then you are at the right place and have a good chance of selection.

Minister of State Jitendra Singh through a written reply informed in Lok Sabha that out of total 38,02,779 sanctioned strength the employees that were in position were only 31,18,956 as per the data gathered until March 1, 2018. The vacancies had arisen due to retirements, deaths and promotions of various officers in charge. The posts fell vacant majorly due to the above mentioned reasons and had to be filled as per the recruitment standards of ministries.

During 2019-20 that is the current year, the major 3 agencies that conduct heavy recruitment across India on Government vacancies that is Union Public Service Commission, UPSC, Staff Selection Commission, SSC, and Railway Recruitment board had made recommendations of around 1.34 lakh posts. The RRB has recently released 35000 vacancies of NTPC posts and Group D posts. Over 11000 vacancies were released by Staff Selection Commission last year.

RRB which stands for Railway Recruitment Board released the highest recommendations around 1, 6,391 followed by SSC which were 13,995 and UPSC recommending 4399 posts in all. He further added that the agencies like SSC, RRB, Postal Service Board and Ministry of Defence are in process of filling up more than 3 lakh vacant posts including those of defence civilians which are around 27,000 approx.

The minister also said that recruitment should be a continuous process and the vacancies by the time are created and are filled create a gap in the time of it being filled which makes it deemed abolished.

To save time and paper all the recruiting agencies have now shifted to Computer Based Test, CBT, and are discontinuing interviews for Non-Gazetted posts or provisional appointments.The banking sector is gaining popularity and also its recruitment process due to the swift selection process, transparency in selection, lucrative salary & perks along with huge opportunities which are prevalent every year.

In order to get latest bank job notification, you need to subscribe to us. Also, keep on visiting bankersadda for more information regarding preparation strategy, approach, quizzes and more. If you want a Bank Job, you need to gear up your preparation and work hard. Keep on visiting our website for the best study material, free daily quizzes, mock test, strategies of all the relavant information. We assure you that we will not let you miss a single Government Job Notification. All the Government Jobs are posted as soon as they are released by the official organization.

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