Wide Spectrum Prospects In SSC Karnataka Kerala Region Recruitment 2013
For millions of students living across the states of Karnataka and Kerala, the SSC Karnataka Kerala region recruitment has also been a path to achieve their dreams for central government jobs. Huge numbers of government departments are functioning in these states, as are found in other parts of the country. There are organisations and institutions, which are directly under the control of the central government. To fill up various posts in the Group B and Group C non gazetted and non ministerial cadre, this kind of recruitment is being carried out by SSC in the sub region of Karnataka and Kerala.
SSC Set Up
Staff Selection Commission or SSC is the central body, which looks after the recruitment process in the Group B and C non-gazetted categories. Since there are huge numbers of candidates in these regions, and also large number of vacancies in these sub ordinate categories, the process involves scrutinizing plenty of applications. This is not at all an easy task and which couldn’t be carried out by UPSC, which is responsible for technical and gazetted Group A and B postings. It has therefore been given the responsibility to get the vacancies in the sub ordinate and office staff categories. To further lessen the burden of such huge postings, the SSCs are present in 9 different regions in the country. The SSC in the sub region of Karnataka and Kerala are involved in the process of SSC Karnataka Kerala region recruitment 2013 for different posts.
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Since the SSC recruitment for 2013 in the sub region of Karnataka and Kerala would be done from the applicants from the local areas, those aspirants for government jobs can put in their application. Effective area of competition is decreased because of the lowering of the total number of candidates applying for posts. But still, there are certain central level vacancies as in recent advertisements of ASI and constables in Delhi Police, for which the contest is between candidates throughout the country, although the applications are forwarded through respective regions. Another advantage of the presence of such sub regions is the fact that a national recruitment drive, as has been done recently for the Food Corporation of India offices and units throughout the country, can cover the whole nation at the same time.
By such means, a large number of posts are vacant for recruitment of candidates, whenever there is the process of selecting candidates. Depending on the category of the jobs, the age limits, educational criteria and other features are to be fulfilled. For the post of scientific assistants in the SSC Karnataka Kerala region recruitment 2013, candidates need to apply with age limit of 18 to 25 years with intermediate in science or 10+2 pass from a recognised university. Similarly, these criteria for posts of technical officer in Directorate of Plant Protection, Quarantine and Storage, Junior Technical Assistant in Office of Regional Director, instructor marine engineering in Central Institute of Fisheries, Nautical and Engineering Training, etc are required to be adhered while submitting applications.
By dint of such varieties in the spectrum of jobs brought up by SSC Karnataka Kerala region recruitment 2013, plenty of candidates can get through jobs. There are plenty of advantages and benefits for the aspiring candidates to secure a future with central government jobs and the SSC Karnataka Kerala region allows them with alluring opportunities.
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