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Monday, August 30, 2010

Why Govt Job?

If you are a student about to graduate and have been reading stories on job losses every day, you probably are worried. But there are multiple reasons for you not to, as opportunities still exist, if you know where to look. With the sixth pay commission tipping the scales, the public sector comes with the added advantage of job security.
An indicator of the popularity of government jobs is the number of subscribers to the blog ‘Sarkari Naukri’ (, which lists government jobs in India from Central and State governments, public sector units, courts, universities and banks. It is nearing 50,000, says Manisha Sharma, who runs the blog.
The blog categorises the job listings under different categories such as Faculty/Teacher Jobs, Latest Bank Jobs in India, and IT and Engineering Jobs in India. Most jobs nowadays are for engineers, management trainees, she says. Finance and HR are popular areas, she adds.
A 31-year-old homemaker, she started the blog in June 2006 and spends five to six hours online every day updating the information. “My family members and I missed many good opportunities due to lack of timely information. So, I thought there should be a place where all government job-related information is available,” she says.
Courtesy : The Hindu Education Plus

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