With lots of vacancies in different government sectors being advertised, it was time for them to rejoice and submit their application. These recruitment drives were spread across a wide variety of jobs, ranging from Food Corporation of India assistant grade III posts to the general constable and rifleman posts in various sections of the armed forces. A major fraction of these jobs were in the nationalised banks, which were filled up with recruitments by State Bank of India itself and Institute of Banking Personnel Selection for other nationalised banks.
SSC or Staff Selection Commission is one of the highest bodies in the country, responsible for recruiting staff in the government departments and various government organisations. In the SSC recruitment 2014, a large number of posts were advertised in government departments like Income Tax department, Excise and Customs department, etc. Also, there were about 6500 posts in assistant grade III in Food Corporation of India, the admit cards of which were issued in early quarter of 2014. Common graduate level exam for recruiting Group C cadre in various departments has also been conducted by SSC in the early 2014. More than 10,000 posts in general duty constable duty were advertised in January 2014 in various armed forces of India. Recently, the recruitment drive for technician and assistant engineers was announced as part of the SSC recruitment 2014, which amounts to about 300 posts. Lots of opportunities for sarkari naukri came forth in 2014 through SSC recruitment drives.
In India, State Bank of India is the leading nationalised bank, apart from the other nationalised banks which are also having a good turnover. As regards the banking sector jobs, SBI has the maximum number of vacancies in 2014, which would be filled up through SBI recruitment 2014. About 9,500 clerical posts and 1500 probationary officer posts have been advertised in the first quarter of the year, with more positions scheduled to come up in the future months. SBI conducts its own entrance exams and interview rounds, giving an opportunity for the candidates to get into the best nationalised bank in the country. It isn’t surprising that millions of applicants wait with bated breath for the SBI recruitment 2014.
Bank jobs have been considered equivalent to the government jobs, due to their rules of conduct. Pay scales are also quite handsome in these jobs, compared to other government jobs. Hence, these can be said to be similar to the sarkari naukri, for which people in India always had a liking. Jobs in actual government departments can be availed through the SSC recruitment 2014, which comes up at regular intervals with thousands of vacancies in various departments. These are golden opportunities for people to build a prospering career in government sector and organisations like SSC have been providing these to the people. There are many such posts which are supposedly going to be filled in 2014 in the government sector and also in the banking sector. People need to be prepared for these exams and secure for themselves a great future ahead.