Is it Easy to Apply For Sarkari Exam and Jobs?

   Is it easy to apply for Sarkari Exams and Jobs?

About Sarkari Exam

Sarkari exams are government related exams. They are exams to serve the country in many forms. 

They include exams within the state like KAS for Karnataka and PAS for Punjab state. In India, there are few government exams such as UPSC exams which includes IAS, IPS, IFS, IRS. The latest exams are IBPS-PO, SBI-Clerk, RRB, SSC, Railway Exams, HSSC and many more.

The in-state exams are conducted once in a few years whereas the Union Public Service Commission (UPSC) exams are conducted every year.  Sarkari jobs hold a major advantage of getting a pension after retirement and other benefits include loans, insurance, and medical facilities.

Eligibility Criteria

There are many categories of people applying for many types of Sarkari exams. There are many eligibility criteria to apply for these exams. To give these exams people need a lot of dedication, time, preparation and patience. It needs a lot of preparation, concentration, hard work and complete effort for at least two years.

        IAS, IRS, IFS are posted according to the ranks they secure. They need to prepare themselves completely before they appear for the exams.
        Any person who have completed a Bachelor’s degree or master’s degree by a university established by laws in India?
        They should be between 21-35 years of age. Only then they are eligible to take up the test.
        The examinations are usually in English or any other scheduled languages of India.
        The students are tested on many subjects, writing, and general knowledge.
        Civil services are offered once every year in India and other state exams are conducted after the decision of the particular state.

About one million people applied for these exams in 2017. The best universities to prepare for the exams are found at Delhi and other state exams in their particular states. For Sarkari admit card, the online forms or applications are available and have to be applied a month prior to the exam date.


UPSC exams have three levels of testing, to become an officer. The first level of examination is the preliminary exams, then the mains exam which is all pen and paper exams and finally they will have a personal interview and medical/physical tests.

People who belong to the general category will have 5 attempts, OBC’s have around 9 attempts and people who belong to the SCST have an advantage of unlimited attempts. 

Once the exams are cleared they become officers and get posted at a particular state. Once they are posted in a state, his/her posting would be at the discretion of the state government.

These officers once posted, have to help the government in:
        Policy formulation
        Policy implementation
        Public administration
        Bureaucratic governance
        Secretarial assistance

Sarkari exams help to make a fair decision in choosing the right students to serve the country. It is a rank based system in which the top rankers will be posted as IAS officers, then comes IFS, IPS, and IRS with just a difference in few ranks. 

Sarkari Admit Cards:

Keeping our focus on UPSC exams, the admit cards will be provided online after filling up all the details and paying the minimal examination fee. This fee differs from category to category. For 2019 examinations, the candidates appearing for the exam could print their online admit card which was available on 27th May for the exam conducted on 2nd June.

Most of the Sarkari exams will be conducted in the months of June or July and their results might be at the mid of August. All the exams will have a similar procedure. The application requires the past certificate of 10th grade, 12th grade and degree results, a photo of the candidate and general personal information.

Therefore, if a candidate is interested in taking up these examinations, it is an easy procedure to apply for the exams. All they need is to be prepared for the exam.
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