Indian Government Jobs in ONGC and Railways

Several public sector companies in India are posting new vacancies every day. The Oil and Natural Gas Corporation Limited also known as ONGC is a very reputed oil and gas company in India, providing job opportunities to thousands of people in the subcontinent. Uksssc The company hires experts with very high technical knowledge in the oil refinery field. They are planning to expand on a huge scale. Nearly 77% of the company’s shares are owned by the government of India. So, they have conquered 2000 acres in Dahanu and are starting the preliminary work to set up a very huge base similar to the one they have in Dehra Dun. Needless to say, this refinery will attract all the skilled people in the field to work for them.

Candidates interested in ONGC recruitment can look forward to grab a position among the 738+ vacancies available. ONGC plans to hire several people like computer engineers, mechanical engineers, geological surveys, chemistry degree holders, management staff and laborers like drivers, electricians and securities. The selection process will be divided into a psychometric test and a personal interview. ONGC recruitment applications for 2011-2012 can be obtained from their official website or weeklies like Employment news.

Government jobs in Indian Railways

Railway Recruitment Board or RRBs situated in various parts of India like Kolkata, Bhubaneswar, Bhopal, Mumbai and Trivandrum are quite busy in recruiting new employees for Indian railways, one of the largest railways in the world.

The candidates interested in fetching details about these vacancies should follow the newspapers like “Employment News” closely. The eligible candidates who apply for vacancies are selected through a lengthy process.

1. The candidates are shortlisted based on their caste, quota system and educational qualification first. The most eligible candidates are short listed. Aspirant applicants can log onto respected railway recruitment board websites directly to check for the constant vacancies and further details.

2. A written examination follows which contains mostly objective type questions.

3. The personal interview tests the skill of the candidates directly. Sometimes written exams, mostly descriptive type are conducted during this period also.

4. The candidates typing skills or other specific skills required to the job are tested in the next stage. Railway recruitment board does the work of recruiting “Group C” workers for their concerned railway zones.

5. A thorough background check is done on the selected candidates. Candidates who have an F.I.R. or a police complaint filed on them are usually rejected. A clear residence proof is required. Also several documents regarding their nativity, caste and community are checked if they apply under SC/ST quota, defense reservation or any such special allocations.

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