MAA ( 2017 )

Ways to prepare and crack Indian Govt JOB exam with / without coaching !

To get a government job is not a child’s play anymore.

Hard work wisely is the key to get a government job.

In India, there are various government job opportunities for students after graduation.

Therefore next step is to know the type of competitive exams you want to prepare for.

There are many of Government Jobs after Graduation or Degree and their respective exams are

There are various Govt Jobs vacancies available for Degree Holders,

like Banking, Railway, SSC, UPSC, PSC, PSU, and so on


  • CBI sub inspector, Income tax inspector, Sales, Excise, Customs Inspector, Various other inspectors in offices like Post, Vigilance, Narcotics etc Assistant Audit Officer, Section officer in MEA, Secretariat, Ministries etc

Organized by:

Staff Selection Commission

Tier 1,2 3 and 4 Exams:

Tier-1: will take place in multiple slots via computer mode, with objective type questions. General Awareness, Reasoning, Quantitative Aptitude and English Language.

Tier-2: will comprise two papers of 200 marks each for Quantitative aptitude and English. And Comprehension, Statistics, General Studies (Finance and Economics).

Tier-3: is a descriptive type exam to test the written skills of the candidates in English/Hindi.

Tier-4: is conducted exclusively for the post of Assistant Audit Officer.

There will no interview for SSC exam


Staff Selection Commission conducts Combined Higher Secondary Level (CHSL) exam in order to recruit candidates for the posts of LDC / JSA, Postal Assistant / SA, and Data DEO.

Three levels Exam:

Tier I: Computer-Based Written Exam — Objective Type (Online Exam).

Section A: General Intelligence Section B: General awareness Section C: Quantitative Aptitude Section D: General English

Tier II: Written Exam — Descriptive Paper (Offline Exam). Tier II is a descriptive type(pen-paper based) of exam which measures candidates writing skills

Section A: Essays + Letter/ Application writing

Tier III: Typing Test/Skill Test. Tier III of SSC CHSL would be the skill/ typing test which would be of qualifying nature in accordance with the job profile.

  • There will no interview for SSC CHSL exam.

Bank PO / Officer :

Organized by: RBI / IBPS / SBI / Other Banks

The exam consists of Preliminary Exam, Main Exam, and Interview.

1.Preliminary Exam: Three section as Quantitative Aptitude, Reasoning Ability, and English Language.

2. Main Exam: Five section as Data Analysis & Interpretation, General/Economy/Banking Awareness, Reasoning & Computer Aptitude and English language including Essay writing.

3. Interview:

Banks: Clerk / Assistant

Organized by: RBI / IBPS / SBI / SIDBI / NABARD / Other Banks

The Clerk exam is consist of Preliminary Exam and Main Exam.

1.Preliminary Exam: Consists of Numerical Ability, Reasoning, and English language.

2.Main Exam: Consists of Numerical Ability, Reasoning, and English language, General Awareness and Computer Knowledge.

  • There will be no interview.

Railways: RRB NTPC

Organized by: Railway Recruitment Board (RRB)

D/ALP/Tech/ASM/JE/ Ticket Collector/ Goods Guard etc

    • General Awareness
    • General Intelligence & Reasoning Ability
  • Arithmetic

Hindi/General English

Technical Ability (According to the applied post)

  • There will be no interview.

UPSC Civil Service / State Civil Service


Organized by:

UPSC / State PSC

Three stages Exams :

Phase I: Civil Services (Preliminary) Examination (Objective Type)

Phase II: Civil Services (Mains) Examination (Descriptive Type)

Phase III: Personal Interview (Personality Test)

+ Specified Physical Tests for some posts

The right time to start preparation is Now.

    • It means it is always good to start a work as early as possible.
    • You Know Yourself Better Than Anyone Else,So You can make your own strategy for completing the entire syllabus wisely.
    • Focus on every subject : ( According to Latest Syllabus )
    • Learn Short Tricks and Keep your Concepts and Fundamentals clear.
    • Enhance your Speed and Accuracy
  • Don’t miss out the Daily Revision in any case

Stay confident, stay charged and rock the exam!

There are many more Government Job opportunities in Central Government, State Government, Public Sector Companies, Public Sector Banks, Indian Railway.

Civil Services , SSC, Railway, Banks, Postal, OPSC, OSSC, UPSC, IBPS, Defence, PoliceArmy, Engineering Jobs, Navy …

To get Latest Government Jobs Recruitment / Vacancies completely published in the Govt Jobs Page.

According to the batch strength of a class, Small Batch Size For Personalised Attention. , Regular and Crash Course Batches, Special Strategies for Tests. Results & Feedback

For government jobs preparation,

There are top coaching centers tuition type Institutes in Bhubaneswar, Odisha, India

There are other data too in google search which gives you information like

Planet Vidya ‘s students access to tuition fee & lower hostel charges.

IBPS / Railway / Banks / Postal / OPSC / OSSC/ IBPS / ASO / Clerk / Officers

Individual Courses — Rs. 7450 + offer

Master Course for all — Rs. 8450 + offer

Hostel Charges — Rs. 1800 x 2 + Rs. 200 + Rs. 300 = Rs. 4100 Elect. & Water Charges Extra + offer

Civil Services Exam IAS / OAS — Rs 15,000.00 [ Per Subject ] + offer

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Thanks, All The Best

SRINIVAS a Teacher

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