There are various public sector jobs that a candidate can apply for once the Intermediate is completed. The government jobs have their value and respect; there are many reasons and popularity of these government jobs they are;
- Handsome salary package
- Eligibility criteria benefits
The qualification of the aspirant must be graduation, but the candidates can start their preparation even before the graduation is not completed but based on the 12th board, for the latest update on government jobs after the 12th check sarkari result.
Here are the Lists of Government Exam after 12th
There is a list of various Government exams for which aspirants can prepare
- SSC Combined Higher Secondary Level (SSC CHSL)
- Upper Division Clerk (UDC)
- Lower Division Clerk (LDC)
- Postal Assistant
- Data entry operator (DEO)
- Sorting Assistant (SA)
- SSC Multitasking
- SSC Multitasking Staff (SSC MTS)
- RRB Assistant Loco Pilot (RRB ALP)
- Railway Group D (RRB/RRC Group D)
- Indian army exam which is for the post of technical entry scheme which includes Mahila Constables, Soldiers, Junior Commissioned Officers for catering.
- Indian Navy exam which includes Sailor, Artificer Apprentice and SeniorSecondary Recruits (SSR)
- Security Forces which includes;
- Central Reserve Police Force (CRPF)
- Border Security Force (BSF)
- Indo Tibetan Border Police Force (ITBP)
- Central Industrial Security Force (CIST)
Railways Recruitment Exam after 12th
- Assistant Loco Pilot:- Aspirants can apply for this post after the 12th, and the job involves the task of assistant and the train driver.
- Railway Group D:- Group D Exam is conducted by the RRB to recruit for the various posts like Helper /Assistant Pointsman, Track Maintainer Grade-IV in level 1 of 7th CPC Pay Matrix in multiple departments of Indian Railways.
- Railway Clerks:- This job includes checking the number of wagons and the coaches in the Railway yard; their work is to prepare train documents like the Vehicle Guidance (VG) and feeding the information in the railway network terminals, etc.
- Railway Constable:- The job of the Railway Constable is to maintain law and order in the Railway premises.
SSC Exam after 12th
- SSC CHSL:- SSC conducts the Combined Higher Secondary Level (CHSL) for the recruitment of the lower division clerk (LDC), Junior Secretariat Assistant (JSA), Postal Assistant/ Sorting Assistant, etc.
Candidates can start to prepare for this exam by referring to the topic which is mentioned in the SSC CHSL Syllabus.
- Stenographer:- SSC conducts the exam to recruit a person to work in a courtroom or any corp[orate place for legal proceedings.
- GD General Duty Constable:- GD exam is conducted to recruit personnel for the constable posts, which includes BSF, CISF, ITBP, CRPF, Rifleman, etc.
- SSC MTS (Multi Tasking Staff):- Candidates can apply for various nontechnical posts in different departments under Central Government. Candidates can apply for the recruitment post just after the 10th standard.
All Indian Defense Entrance Exam after 12th
- National Defense Academy /Naval Academy Exam:- The Union Public Service Commission has released the NDA Notification to recruit eligible candidates. They have passed their class 12th board under the 10+2 pattern of school education.
- UPSC Exam:- the Union Public service commission conducts the IAS exam every year to recruit officers to the Civil Service of India. Candidates who clear the exam can become civil servants in various branches of the government, such as the Indian Administrative Service.
- Combined Defense Service Examination:- The Combined Defense Service Exam is commonly known as the CDS exam` which is a national level defense entrance exam that recruits the candidates in the various defense training academies such as Indian Military Academy (IMA), Dehradun, Indian Naval Academy (INA), Air Force Academy (AFA), Officers Training Academy (OTA) and so on.
- AFCAT Exam:- it is commonly known as the Air Force Common Admission Test, which is known as the national level entrance examination conducted by the Indian Air Force to select the candidates for the multiple posts in the air force such as Flying Officers, Officers in Ground Duty, Technical Post and Officers in Ground Duty-Non Technical Post.
- Public Service Commission:- Candidates can appear for the Public Service Commission as it is one of the most prestigious exams in India. These exams are highly competitive, and the syllabus, as well as the patterns, are pretty similar to UPSC.
- Insurance Exams:- It is one of the great options in the public sector, which has been a trend for the past few decades.