Competitive Exam

competitive exams after 12th for government job in 2021

There are many government jobs after class12, a Government job is to be taken after class 12 but which job you have to take which is good, it is very important for you to know all this. So you read carefully, if you give your attention here for 10 minutes, then I will try to show you a good way.

Many children think in class 8, 9 what they have to do, but sometimes some children go astray from your path and some people leave studies due to compulsion. I would say that whatever happens, you do not have to give up anytime in your life.

So let us now come to our issue and first of all we will understand what would have happened because many children may not even know.

Also, read-what is NDA? How to clear the NDA exam? How to apply and eligibility?

What is Competitive Exams?


This would be a kind of test, bypassing which you can do a job, in this, you have to give physical, mental, medical, etc. tests. If your rank is good then you will get selected.

Many children after 12th think that what they should study so that they can pass competitive exams.

So let me tell you the way what you have to study after 12th

First of all, you have to pay attention to the basics like whatever you have studied from class 9 to class 12, you always ask from them, then you should remember that. History has to be given more attention because most of the questions of history are asked in government jobs.

You have to pay more attention to current affairs because you will be asked questions from here also.

  • Polity
  • Economics
  • Geography.
  • Mathematics is the most important subject, for the exam, you should practice this subject.

Let us now know which competitive exam it is after 12th

  1. Engineering-
    • JEE MAIN
      Purpose- For Addmission in Btech/B.E ,   B.Arch,B. Planning
    Eligibility- Class 12 th Pass With PCM
    Application Mode -Online
  2. National Defence Academy (NDA):-
    •You can give this exam only between the age of sixteen and a half and nineteen and a half, if you are less or more than this, you will not be able to apply in it.

For this, it is very important for you to pass class 10 because you will be able to apply for NDA only after the 10th pass. or Appearing 12th. In this, you can go to the officer rank of all the three armed forces of India. When you pass the exam, you have to give an interview, if you pass all, then you will be selected.

Apply Process

You will find it on the official website of UPSC either on NDA ke where you will be able to apply You have to keep your Aadhar card with you at the time of filling the form and give it with you to the exam. will go there too have to be taken

Source For Study:- Learn all Books of NCERT From class 9 to 12th.
You also have to pay more attention to current affairs

3. SSC Combined Higher Secondary Level (CHSL):-
Passing SSC and CHSL exams and doing a job in it is the dream of many children after passing class 12th.

The SSC combined higher secondary level exams is conducted for students who are 12th passed for the post like:

Postal Assistants/Sorting Assistants(PA/SA)
Data Entry Operator (DEO)
Lower Divisional Clerk (LDC)
Court Clerk
The SSC CHSL exam is conducted in 3 levels for various posts and vacancies:

Objective multiple types
Descriptive Paper in English/Hindi
Skill test/ computer proficiency test
The first level, objective multiple types is conducted in online mode hence the computer mode.

The second level, the descriptive paper is conducted offline which is through pen and pencil mode.

INDIAN ARMY


You can do it even after Class 10th passes in the army, in this, you can join GD. But even after class 12th, there are many posts in the army in which you will be able to do jobs. You can join the Indian Army from the age of sixteen and a half to 23.

Apply:- You can go online and fill the form by visiting the official website of the Indian Army.

Source:-
You should have good knowledge of all Maths History Physics Chemistry from class 9th to 12th, only then you will be able to qualify

•INDIAN NAVY
•INDIAN AIRFORCE
•SECURITY FORCES
•INDIAN COAST GUARD
•RAILWAY REQUIREMENTS BOARD(RRB)
•SSC (Multi-Tasking)
•SSC STENOGRAPHER

You can do all the above-mentioned jobs after 12th, all of them have books to read, which helps you in preparing for reading.

One thing is common in all these jobs, in which you have to strengthen basic studies and should come well.

CONCLUSION


Serving in Indian forces or working for the Indian government is a dream for many people. And getting a chance to serve just after graduating from 12th counts big.

Millions of youngsters dream to join defense forces and work with pride and glory as well as there is another group of people who wants to serve the country by servicing in the government offices.

You not only get job security which is a key complement of working in the public sector but you get other benefits too, for example, you get to strike a balance between your work and your personal life which is hard in the case of working in a private sector. You have a strict schedule for work and get to spend considerable time with your family as well. You get to have all the public holidays which is not at all possible in the private sector.

It is not just about the benefits that you get while working in the government sector. It is about the benefits that others get too. Not so sound so idealistic but working in the public sector helps to actually make a difference in the society or helps in paying back for the unaccountable things we get from the society and government as a whole.

So, in the conclusion, one should choose the jobs government sector then go for the competitive exams. And for that, I have already made you familiar with all the exams that one can and should give after their 12th graduation.

Pritam khurana

This is Pritam Khurana From Bihar. A boy from a small place having big dreams. I used to deliver content regarding government jobs in India. I hope that this might be useful for you.

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