Latest and Upcoming Sarkari Naukri 2013 – The Glorious Story That Never Lost Its Charm In Decades Of Challenges
Since the dawn of Independence, India as a country has come a long way through the 21st century, to be recognized among the super powers of the world. Although this journey was not a smooth sail all along, as we had to experience untimely rough economic situations like the 1990 economic crisis, but the nation came back on track after that, mainly due to the fact that the economy became open to the world. All these six decades saw tremendous changes but one thing that retained its charm was the quintessential ‘Sarkari Naukri’ (Hindi term for government job). Given a chance, any person would willingly opt for a government job than to go for a private one with better pay package. This fact has remained thus all through.
Indian Economic Conditions:
Indian economy, in terms of nominal Gross Domestic Product (GDP) is eleventh in the world and is third largest in Purchasing Power Parity (PPP) terms. Post independence we had a large public sector domain and import was not supported. The License Raj was prevalent, which helped none to enter business without government permit and was reason for growth in bureaucracy. So, basically there was only one reliable option, and that was to get in the public sector and grab a ‘Sarkari Naukri’. Though not as easy to say was to get the job, but the people thrived for it. The ones who succeeded where considered really lucky as they would have secured their whole life, along with their families and respective social entities. Still there were not many public companies at that time.
The Era of Liberalization:
Then in 1990’s, came the era of liberalization and quickly turned things around for the country. The government had allowed privatization and globalization after trying the Soviet model, which failed miserably. This brought huge amount of opportunities for the citizens in public as well as private sectors too. The number of jobs increased rapidly through the last two decades.
With the coming of multinational players the whole employment sector got a facelift, which it badly required. The youngsters had many options in the field of finance to technology. There was rapid growth in Banking, Infrastructure, Import – Export, Heavy Engineering and more obviously in Information Technology. All these sectors offered wide range of job options to the younger generation with heavy pay packages and even for the potent elder people who knew well about their abilities. But even after so much of growth, one still could see a heavy tilt toward the government jobs.
Reasons for Special Linking for Government Jobs:
There are several reasons underlying for the people to have a special liking for government jobs. The most important reason as told earlier is the “Job Security”. If you don’t consider the salary part, still there are many post retirement benefits that no other sector can even match. The whole concept of job security came to fore even at the recent time, when the economic crisis jolted the world and heavy job losses were seen all around the world as well as India.
This did not mean the public sector was recession proof but still the job profiles were far better secured than any other domain. Any person who ever had a chance to be in a government job has never worried about the job security as that is a minimum surety. Then there is a heavy pay scale to lure the people as well from private players, it includes basic salary with dearness allowance and house rent. There is also gratuity and bonus as well on annual basis. Apart from the apparent monetary benefits there are certain other benefits as well like the government employees get loans passed very easily from any banks.
Not to forget the fixed working hours in a government job ensures you can have quality time with your family, though there may be need to stretch but it is rare. So, you see there are bag full of benefits in the ‘Sarkari Naukri’.
Types of Sarkari Naukri:
There are basically two types of ‘Sarkari Naukri’ that is offered in various divisions by the government every year. One is the Central Government jobs that pertain to Central Government controlled departments in institutions like Banking and Finance Regulatory Authorities (Reserve Bank of India), Banking sector portfolio (Nationalized Banks, Commercial Credit Laundering Systems under the Government of India), Income Tax, Military or Armed Forces, Central Railways, Judiciary Departments etc. The other department from where government offers jobs is the State Government jobs specific to the state controlled departments like the Educational Institutions, Forest and Animal Husbandry, State owned Financial Institutions (Credit Cooperative Banks), etc.
There are vast numbers of jobs coming out in the above mentioned fields each year in all the states, which is really an advantaged prospect for the youth of the country. The development of infrastructure in to small towns and villages has helped to push the growth in government jobs. The process for selection normally includes a written test followed by a screening interview round with minimum levels of academic requirements.
Rising Competition in Government Sector Jobs:
The number of educated youth is ever increasing with the number of colleges growing exponentially in the last few years. The large number of graduates and post graduates look to grab a chance in the public sector to secure their future and earn good money all through as well. This also emphasizes the fact that there is huge competition for even a single post that comes in the public sector. The abundance of private sector opportunities may lure a few away but there a dedicated lot of job seekers who are ready to try their heart out for a government job. The applicants for public sectors job have equally number among male and females without discrimination. The vacancies that come out have quota allotted for the backward classes, socio-economically weaker sections, scheduled castes and tribes along with the general candidates in the non reserved category of applicants.
The Flow of Mass:
Many applicants spend years just trying to get into any of the public sector domains and consider it a frontier for themselves while preparing with all might. Even parents advise and groom their child with a mentality to thrive for the ‘Sarkari Naukri’ only. There are even dedicated coaching classes cropping up all over the country which claim to aid the quest for landing a government job. Mostly such classes are run by experts who claim to have cleared such exams with ease. They provide the aspirants hope and offer help to get them through in the exams. Some go to the level that they get a private job for the time being while they try to get a government one.
The Most Admired Cadres of Sarkari Naukri:
Every government job is a hallowed one to say the least for the aspirants but there are still few which come up as the most desirable ones among the lot. The various top government jobs that are most desired among the applicants include the coveted Indian Administrative Services (IAS), Indian Police Services (IPS), Indian Revenue Services (Income Tax), Bank Probationary Officers and Specialist Officers, State Public Service commission and Indian Railways among others. The Union Public Service Commission test is a very coveted test which is held each year and thousands of aspirants keep on preparing to crack the test and get their preferred job.
The Upcoming Future of Sarkari Naukri in 2013:
The main point is still a fact that the government jobs are still high on priority list of preference for the youth who even after getting good jobs in the private sector vie to get into the public sector. The competition is growing tough every day for each available seat but this also ensures that the cream of talent reaches the government services and serves the nation with all their knowledge and ability.
The upcoming growth and expansion of the country draws a straight vertical line to the graph of Sarkari Naukri, indicating a huge rise in the upcoming vacancies. Only SBI (State Bank of India) announcing to recruit almost 12000 positions in the year 2013, its quite obvious for the other banks and financial institutions to hire significantly large numbers of candidates. The Indian Railways has also released a notice to intake more than 12500 positions recently, and it is also expected to release further notice to adopt more numbers of candidates in the upcoming years. Similar trends can also be seen in the Indian Armed Forces where the process of recruitment has been initiated. With such statistical figure, it is expected that there will be a huge lot of employment opportunities in Sarkari sector in the year 2013. No matter how much the scenario changes the ‘Sarkari Naukri’ will always triumph its own charm till a long time to come.
List of Maharatna, Navratna and Miniratna Central Public Sector Enterprises: Maharatna, Navratna and Miniratna Companies In India & Their Recruitment Activities For The Year 2013
Maharatna CPSEs & Recruitment 2013
Indian Government, through the Department of Public Enterprises has conferred the status of Maharatna to a few companies. Maha means large while Ratna is a colloquial term for gems or precious stones. Presently in India, there are 5 companies, namely Coal India Limited, NTPC, Indian Oil Corporation Limited, Oil and Natural Gas Corporation Ltd and Steel Authority of India Limited, which have been classified as Maharatna companies.
Coal India Limited - Coal India Limited Recruitment 2013
Indian Oil Corporation Limited - IOCL Recruitment 2013
NTPC Limited - NTPC Recruitment 2013
Oil & Natural Gas Corporation Limited - ONGC Recruitment 2013
Steel Authority of India Limited - SAIL Recruitment 2013
Navratna CPSEs & Recruitment 2013
In the year 1997, Government of India identified 9 large public sector undertakings to be conferred the title of Navratna companies. It was thought that these companies had comparative advantages and they could have better autonomy in their functioning. By present date, the total number of Navratna companies has been increased to up to 16. With passing years and further growth of various PSUs, more companies are in the pipeline to be promulgated the status of Navratna.
Bharat Electronics Limited – BEL Recruitment 2013
Bharat Heavy Electrical Limited – BHEL Recruitment 2013
Bharat Petroleum Corporation Limited – BPCL Recruitment 2013
GAIL (India) Limited – GAIL Recruitment 2013
Hindustan Aeronautics Limited – HAL Recruitment 2013
Hindustan Petroleum Corporation Limited – HPCL Recruitment 2013
Mahanagar Telephone Nigam Limited – MTNL Recruitment 2013
National Aluminium Company Limited – NALCO Recruitment 2013
NMDC Limited – NMDC Recruitment 2013
Neyveli Lignite Corporation Limited – NLC Recruitment 2013
Oil India Limited – Oil India Recruitment 2013
Power Finance Corporation Limited - Power Finance Corporation Limited Recruitment 2013
Power Grid Corporation of India Limited – PGCIL Recruitment 2013
Rashtriya Ispat Nigam Limited - Rashtriya Ispat Nigam Limited Recruitment 2013
Rural Electrification Corporation Limited – REC India Recruitment 2013
Shipping Corporation of India Limited – SCI Recruitment 2013
Miniratna Category – I CPSEs & Recruitment 2013
After the Maharatna and Navratna status were granted, companies were seen to have a better way of functioning. Encouraged by such changes, smaller companies with lower profit margins were included in Miniratna category.
Most of the companies, numbering about 61 were awarded the Miniratna status in 2002. After that, 7 more companies were added, taking the tally to a total of 68 companies.
Airports Authority of India – AAI Recruitment 2013
Antrix Corporation Limited – Antrix Corporation Limited Recruitment 2013
Balmer Lawrie & Co. Limited - Balmer Lawrie & Co. Limited Recruitment 2013
Bharat Dynamics Limited – BDL Recruitment 2013
BEML Limited – BEML Limited Recruitment 2013
Bharat Sanchar Nigam Limited – BSNL Recruitment 2013
Bridge & Roof Company (India) Limited - Bridge & Roof Company (India) Limited Recruitment 2013
Central Warehousing Corporation -
Central Coalfields Limited - Central Coalfields Limited Recruitment 2013
Chennai Petroleum Corporation Limited – CPCL Recruitment 2013
Cochin Shipyard Limited – Cochin Shipyard Limited Recruitment 2013
Container Corporation of India Limited - CONCOR India Recruitment 2013
Dredging Corporation of India Limited - Dredging Corporation of India Limited Recruitment 2013
Engineers India Limited – EIL Recruitment 2013
Ennore Port Limited - Ennore Port Limited Recruitment 2013
Garden Reach Shipbuilders & Engineers Limited
Goa Shipyard Limited - Goa Shipyard Limited Recruitment 2013
Hindustan Copper Limited - Hindustan Copper Limited Recruitment 2013
HLL Lifecare Limited - HLL Lifecare Limited Recruitment 2013
Hindustan Newsprint Limited - HNL Recruitment 2013
Hindustan Paper Corporation Limited - HPC Recruitment 2013
Housing & Urban Development Corporation Limited - HUDCO Recruitment 2013
India Tourism Development Corporation Limited -
Indian Railway Catering & Tourism Corporation Limited - IRCTC Recruitment 2013
IRCON International Limited - IRCON Recruitment 2013
KIOCL Limited -
Mazagaon Dock Limited - Mazagon Dock Limited Recruitment 2013
Mahanadi Coalfields Limited - Mahanadi Coalfields Limited Recruitment 2013
Manganese Ore (India) Limited - MOIL Limited Recruitment 2013
Mangalore Refinery & Petrochemical Limited - MRPL Recruitment 2013
Mishra Dhatu Nigam Limited - MIDHANI Recruitment 2013
MMTC Limited - MMTC Recruitment 2013
MSTC Limited - MSTC Limited Recruitment 2013
National Fertilizers Limited - National Fertilizers Limited NFL Recruitment 2013
National Seeds Corporation Limited - National Seeds Corporation Limited Recruitment 2013
NHPC Limited - NHPC Recruitment 2013
Northern Coalfields Limited - Northern Coalfields Limited Recruitment 2013
Numaligarh Refinery Limited - Numaligarh Refinery Limited Recruitment 2013
ONGC Videsh Limited -
Pawan Hans Helicopters Limited - Pawan Hans Helicopters Limited Recruitment 2013
Projects & Development India Limited - PDIL Recruitment 2013
Railtel Corporation of India Limited
Rashtriya Chemicals & Fertilizers Limited - RCFL Recruitment 2013
RITES Limited - RITES Limited Recruitment 2013
SJVN Limited - SJVN Limited Recruitment 2013
Security Printing and Minting Corporation of India Limited -
South Eastern Coalfields Limited - South Eastern Coalfields Limited Recruitment 2013
State Trading Corporation of India Limited -
Telecommunications Consultants India Limited - TCIL Recruitment 2013
THDC India Limited - THDC India Limited Recruitment 2013
Western Coalfields Limited - Western Coalfields Limited Recruitment 2013
WAPCOS Limited - WAPCOS Limited Recruitment 2013
Miniratna Category-II CPSEs & Recruitment 2013
After conferring the Maharatna and Navratna status to many deserving public sector enterprises in India, the government found it necessary to further encourage the new and upcoming companies with some autonomy and special status. It was then coined that some companies will be included under Miniratna category II company status.
Bharat Pumps & Compressors Limited - Bharat Pumps and compressors Ltd Recruitment 2013
Broadcast Engineering Consultants (I) Limited - BECIL Recruitment 2013
Central Mine Planning & Design Institute Limited
Ed.CIL (India) Limited - EDCIL Recruitment 2013
Engineering Projects (India) Limited -
FCI Aravali Gypsum & Minerals India Limited - FCI Aravali Gypsum & Minerals India Ltd. Recruitment 2013
Ferro Scrap Nigam Limited - Ferro Scrap Nigam Limited Recruitment 2013
HMT (International) Limited - HMT International Limited Recruitment 2013
HSCC (India) Limited - HSCC Recruitment 2013
India Trade Promotion Organisation - ITPO Recruitment 2013
Indian Medicines & Pharmaceuticals Corporation Limited -
M E C O N Limited - MECON Limited Recruitment 2013
National Film Development Corporation Limited - NFDC Recruitment 2013
National Small Industries Corporation Limited -
P E C Limited
Rajasthan Electronics & Instruments Limited – REIL Jaipur Recruitment 2013
Hundreds of thousands of job openings are there in the field of banking sector, a proposition that is driving millions of bank job aspirants to toil every year. In the year 2013, banking jobs would be the right thing to approach because huge number of vacancies would be getting advertised, both in the government as well as in the private sectors.
Railway Recruitment 2013 Click Here
Vastness of Indian Railways in itself is an indicator of the huge number of vacancies that are possible to be fulfilled in this government sector. Announcement by the government, of creating about 1.4 lakh jobs in the year 2013, is a call for aspiring candidates to be ready to put in their applications for various posts.
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