Only some government jobs are marks oriented but UPSC is not at all dependent on your marks. Only if you have passed with a degree certificate with an approved university fetch you as an UPSC aspirant.
But a bachelor's or master's degree in political science, public administration, public policy, economics, business administration, public health, or international relations can open many opportunities.
Ans: All Govt jobs usually have General Knowledge, Reasoning and Quantitative Aptitude as their major sections. So candidates have to be well versed in these three sections.
No ma'am, 65 % in graduation is quite good marks. If you will check the minimum percentage required to crack any entrance examination or to get admission into institutions for further studies is from 45 % to 60 % (maximum).
To become an IAS officer, you need to qualify the Civil Services Examination conducted by UPSC every year. The exam is conducted to recruit civil servants for about 25 services including IAS, IPS, IFS, Central government services as well as other allied services.
Jobs in public sector units like BHEL, ONGC, Coal India, IOCL, HPCL etc are a very good option. The public sector units provide their employees with many benefits. They pay very well and the work pressure is not very stressful but it is manageable.
In a university with a 90% plus for Distinction, 60% may be the minimum passing mark. The university awarding distinction at 70% may have a passing mark of 45%.
It is impossible to pursue MBA from a reputed college anywhere in India at just 40% score in graduation, since one has to score at least 50% marks to be eligible. Hi, Frankly speaking, it will not work for you if get admission somewhere because, obviously, good colleges are not going to select you if you score 40%.
You can apply for improvement in all subjects of your graduation to improve your score in those subjects. You have to fill the improvement form and submit it to your university to appear in improvement exam.
Spend two hours daily for reasoning ability and general knowledge, four hours for quantitative aptitude. Maintain a daily study time of eight hours. Once topics are well prepared solve previous year questions from the tough topics. It will help you assess your preparation level.
RRB Group D is the easiest central government job.
Government jobs offer better opportunities for career growth. This is because the government sector is much larger than the private sector. As a result, there are more positions available for advancement. In addition, the government sector also provides employees with more training and development opportunities.
Being proficient in arts stream subjects like Indian history and Constitution gives candidates a vital edge during the exam. Some of the given exams can also come under the list of 10th pass govt. jobs and Government Exams after 12th Science as they don't have any barriers to educational qualification.
Your graduation marks really matters for taking admission in any college. many colleges eligibility criteria requires more than 55 percent marks in graduation.
See,55 percent is not a great score however,you are eligible to give a shot to several jobs or fields.
Of course not. Most people don't even know what they want to do in their 20's, 30's, even 50's! Learning and graduating can be done at any age and as many times as you want! Enjoy the learning.
Traditional 18-24 yrs full time college students have the highest probability of graduating college but the next highest probability of graduating college is for 25-29 yrs old students, followed by those in the age range of 30-34 yrs.
As a general rule, most students graduate from high school when they are 18 years of age. If they proceed directly into college, and complete the curriculum requirements in the normal four year allotment of time, they will graduate from college, at the age of 22.
Generally speaking, the graduation rate is lower at public schools and community colleges than at private institutions. It has something to do with the fact that the majority of their students are from low-income backgrounds. The graduation rate also tends to be lower for first-generation students.
Many people believe applying for a federal job is a difficult and complicated process, but it is actually very achievable. The search process for federal government jobs can last about 6-18 months, which can be lengthy for many people.