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WORKING ABROAD / DEC. 27, 2012
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Long-term Benefits of Public Sector Jobs in India

Indian government jobs are highly sought after by Indian nationals due to the high levels of job security they provide. When the economy of India took a turn for the worst in 2009, many people sought jobs in the railway and other government sectors, since they offered high levels of job security, along with other benefits such as good salary and other allowances.

 

Government workers in India are entitled to pensions upon retirement. The pension is of great benefit to retired workers, as it enables them to support their families when they are unable to continue working.

 

Indian government jobs also offer generous promotion opportunities to those workers who have demonstrated their capacity and capabilities.

 

Government workers are entitled to a broad variety of benefits, including travel allowances, housing allowances, rail way passes free, health care, child care, and many more.

Government work hours are fixed and do not require employees to work long hours or overtime, unlike private sector jobs which oftentimes require employees to work late shifts.

 

Indian government jobs cater to individuals of a range of educational backgrounds, qualifications and employment experiences. If you have limited experience you may still be able to find employment with the necessary training.

The opportunity for career growth is high and workers are able to venture into other professional organizations as their careers within the civil sector develop. The Indian government is also extremely flexible in that it offers employees the opportunity to undertake additional training and other education-based schemes whilst working.

 

If you wish to find employment working for the Indian government you must be able to demonstrate the following:

  • Excellent communication skills

  • Ability to work hard and possess strong knowledge of your desired area

  • Entrance exams must be passed with distinction

  • Determination, drive and ambition   

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