Examinations are a kind of inspection of the ability and skills of an individual. In the field of education, examinations are a way to measure the student’s knowledge and aptitude. There are many upcoming Government Examons conducted under the supervision of the government.
The divergent prospects of stability and security that the government job offers attracts a large number of people to appear for these examinations. However, it is not as easy as it seems to be. We will be discussing the important details of all the upcoming government exams in this article.
Here’s the list of upcoming government examinations 2020-21
SBI PO EXAM
State Bank of India is the leading bank of India and it is a dream of many candidates to be a part of this prestigious institution. SBI conducts SBI PO exam for candidates who wish to join the organization as the Probationary Officer.the prelims will occur on 1,7,8 July, 2020. The main exam will be held on August,4 2020 The eligibility involves:
- Graduation in any discipline.
- Candidates must be between 21-30 years of age.
How to prepare ?
SBI PO Selection is a four step process involving Preliminary, Mains, Group Activity and Interview. Preliminary exam is a one hour test including topics like English Language, Reasoning, Mathematics. Followed by the Prelims is the Mains exam which involves both objective and descriptive questions. Candidates qualifying the mains exam proceed to the final selection round which include Group Exercise and Interview. The successful passing if this step ensures a job at SBI.
The candidates have to read these books to pass this exam.
The Reserve Bank of India is the Banker and Policy maker of all banks in the country. Every year it invites applicants for the post of Assistant in its various offices in the country.the main exam is likely to take place in march 2020. RBI Assistant is one of the distinguished banking exams conducted in an online format. The eligibility criteria involves:
- Applicants should be between 20-38 years.
- Bachelor’s degree in any discipline with 50% marks
- Proficiency in the official language of the State
- Computer, especially word processing knowledge is mandatory
How to prepare ?
The preliminary exam is an hour long online objective test including negative marking. Candidates qualifying the prelims opt for the mains which involves topics such as General Awareness, Data Interpretation, Computer Knowledge. The applicants who get through the written examination become eligible for Personal Interview. The total marks for this round is 35.
Cumulative marks of all the stages taken together decide whether the applicant would be awarded the post. The books one could refer include: Approach to Verbal Reasoning- R.S.Agarwal, Word Power Made Easy by Norman Lewis, Fast Track Objective Arithmetic by Rajesh Verma.
Upcoming Government Exams- GPSC EXAM
The Gujarat Public Service Commission is a body created to offer the applicants civil service jobs in the state of Gujarat. The exam dates for 2020 will be released soon. The applicants are recruited according to their merits and reservation..
They have to appear for the competitive exams organized by the GPSC and also have to pass the personal interview confidently. The eligibility criteria for the exam is:
- The Age Limit for the applicant should be 21-28 years.
- The candidate should possess Indian Nationality.
- Applicants should have basic knowledge of Computer Application and must be a graduate with a minimum aggregate of 55%.
- Must have a good command on Gujarati, English and Hindi.
How to prepare?
A good knowledge of the current affairs is essential for any of the competitive examinations. In case of the GPSC exams the candidates should focus more on the Gujarat specific current affairs, history, geography and other subjects. The aspirant should be well versed with the prelims and main syllabus and should prepare accordingly. Read more of GPSC exam books in Gujarati.
Other study material includes- Gujarat No Itihas(in Gujarati) by Hiren, Modern History by Bipin Chandra, Geography books by Majid Hussain and NCERT books and notes. For current affairs of Gujarat you can even refer to certain magazines like Yojana and Kurukshetra. The preparation for the examination can also be done online as ample study material can be found online.
Upcoming Government Exams- NIACL EXAMS
New India Assurance Company is India’s largest insurance company who conducts competitive examinations as per their requirements for the selection of various posts. However, this examination is not held annually, it is only held when there is a vacancy for any post. This year the prelims are most likely to beld in the month of September, 2020. The eligibility criteria of the examination includes:
- The age limit for the candidates appearing for the examination is 21-30 years.
- The minimum educational qualification of the candidate includes a degree of Graduation/Post-Graduation with 60% aggregate from a recognized university. For SC/ST it’s 55%.
How to prepare?
Preliminary exam for NIACL is held on three topics- Reasoning, Numerical Ability and English Language. Mains exam is an objective test with four sections including English Language, Quantitative Aptitude, Numerical Ability and General Awareness.
The exam also includes a descriptive English test on Letter and Essay Writing.If qualified through the written tests, the interview method is conducted for the final election of the candidate to the post of Administrative Officer. The highly suggested books for the exam preparation are: Quantum CAT by Sarvesh Kumar Verma, Analytical Reasoning by M.K.Pandey, Banking Awareness by Arihant Publications.
Upcoming Government Exams- WBPSC EXAM
Public Service Commission, West Bengal is the state agency authorized to conduct the civil-service examination for entry level appointments to the various Civil Services of state of West Bengal in India. The prelims for WBPSC Exams will be held on February 9, 2020. WBPSC are appointed to the various posts of administrative department of West Bengal like Deputy Collector, DSP, or other various posts in revenue and other services.
For one to be eligible for this post, the candidate should be:
- The age limit should be within 21-35 years, however for the candidates belonging to SC, ST and OSC (Other Social Class) the maximum age limit is till the age of 37.
- The candidate should have a good command over the Bengali language.
- The candidate appearing for the examination should have a graduate degree from a recognized university.
How to prepare?
For the WBPSC aspirants it is the most important factor as they appear for one of the most difficult examinations in the country. They have a huge syllabus to cover so managing time in an effective manner is essential for cracking the examination. Despite studying for 10-12 hours a lot of candidates fail to clear their examination. Therefore, it is very important for the candidate to go through each and every study material carefully. A Lot of test series and content materials are available such as Objective General English by S.P.Bakshi, Indian Politics by Ramesh Singh. Apart from this one should be updated with the current affairs by reading newspapers daily.
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