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What are the different exams held by the Government of India and the government run institutions after the Graduation?

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There lies a dream in every eye, to get a decent Government post as soon one approach to completion of his or her graduation. Numerous of aspirations are bumbling inside one’s heart to just collect the deep information regarding their choice of examination. Today, we gonna tell you about various government exams through which you can clearly get a picture to opt for.

“Since the competition in the government exams is high enough, but the correct choice based on interest, logistic materials and sincere efforts can take you up to the sky”

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Let me start with the most famous and prestigious exam called CIVIL SERVICES EXAM. If one has to serve the nation in a huge way, this exam offers you the perfect option. Exam consists of three stages namely, PRELIMS, MAINS and INTERVIEW making the competition vigorous and subjective.


If one is desired to work in the armed forces like CRPF, CISF etc. He or She can appear in the exam called Central Armed police force exam (CAPF), conducted same by UPSC.


The top most posts offered by Railways is also through the UPSC under the same civil services exams, in which qualified candidates can join for INDIAN RAILWAY TRAFFIC SERVICES(IRTS), INDIAN RAILWAY PERSONNEL SERVICE (IRPS) etc.


For those who are eager to serve in Army as an officer, UPSC  conducts an integrated exam called COMBINED DEFENCE SERVICES(CDS) through which the topmost ranks of ARMY, NAVY and AIRFORCE are entitled.


Being in bulk, Engineers are often looking for the Government jobs and hence commission conducts the top level exam called INDIAN ENGINEERING SERVICES (IES) which is one of the most prestigious jobs in India.

Beside this, An exam known as GATE is conducted for persuasion of master courses from IIT’S,  NIT’S. Through the GATE score, one can get the desired job in PSU’s like Coal India, NTPC, BHEL, etc.


Graduates from Economy or Statistics background,  one can serve in top class economic services by qualifying in the INDIAN ECONOMIC SERVICES (IES) and for the Statistics, INDIAN STATISCAL SERVICES EXAM.


For the recruitment of Doctors in country’s top government Hospitals, UPSC  conducts COMBINED MEDICA SERVICES EXAMINATION, after the completion of MBBS.


  • Nowadays a sparking of SSC is high and large. Every of two individual applies for the same.Being most common, COMBINED GRADUATION LEVEL EXAM conducted by SSC is the exam which recruits the individual for the posts of Office assistant, senior assistant and OS in various departments like Income tax, Excise, Railways and many other.

Another set of SSC  is restricted to the jobs of various departments like SUB INSPECTORS, Block supervisor,etc on the rise of a vacancy in any of the state.


  • To join as a PO in the bank, one need to clear the PO examination conducted by the IBPS. Apart from the posts like PO, there are certain posts like CWE/CLERK, SECURITY OFFICERS, MANAGEMENT TRAINEE, ASSISTANT MANAGER, etc. The difference exists only in the Qualification and Experience for these posts.

For the SBI PO and RESERVE BANK OFFICER, there lie a minor exam process difference in the recruitment otherwise  which is also quite similar with IBPS PO.


  • To develop yourself as a LIC OFFICER or LIC Agents, LIC gives the opportunity to serve in the oldest life insurance company of LIC recruitments are done by the exams conducted by LIC time to time for the post of INSURANCE OFFICER and simply walk in interview for LIC AGENTS.


  • Railway is the biggest public employer in the country, the craze of RRB exam is well known to graduates. RRB once a year releases the vacancy for the posts of ASST.STATION MANAGER, TICKET COLLECTOR, GOODS GUARD, ASST. LOCO PILOT etc . The unique thing of RRB is that the Regional RRB’s like Allahabad, Bhopal,Secunderabad etc themselves conduct the exams at their discretion.

For the Technical students, all  RRB conducts SENIOR SECTION ENGINEER EXAM and JUNIOR                     ENGINEER EXAM, for the core branches like civil, mechanical and electrical.


  • ISRO offers the tremendous opportunity for the technical graduates to join the ISRO as a junior scientist and many other technical posts, the exam held I various centers conducted by ISRO once in a year in the month of April.



  • All the state government conducts the various examinations both technical and non-technical to run the state government effectively.
  • State top exams like STATE CIVIL SERVICES and State Judicial Services  are conducted by respective public service commissions of the states.
  • Technical side, public service commission conducts the assistant engineer (A.E) examination through which the engineers are appointed to various state departments.
  • Apart from the Grade-II services, several grade-III services like of Inspectors, patwaris and platoon commanders are invited by the various state government time to time.


The examination conducted by either UPSC or any of the organization, have the intention to check the overall knowledge of the specialized field with basic knowledge of general fields. Our basic motto to provide you the list of various exams held by the government is to clarify the basic understanding of the examinations, their parent organization and the different posts offered by such.  Getting the clear picture is much more important regarding any of the examination after graduation before starting the preparation.

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