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The latest recruitment news stories: Traditionally, a dream job for a typical educated Indian youth used to be a government job,  just after completing the course.

However, this attitude seemed to have changed since the early 1990s, when the Indian economy began to open up to foreign investment.

As a result, several foreign companies set up industries in India by joining hands with Indian companies, and also their own. Several sectors have benefited from foreign participation, such as Petroleum, Steel, Cement, Chemical, Pharma,  Textile, BPO, etc.

Latest Recruitment News About Private Sector Jobs

Today, you have foreign investment in almost all sectors except some Govt. monopolistic segments. Sensitive areas, such as defense, railways, manufacturing of arms explosives, atomic energy, aerospace, etc are some of the exceptions.

According to the Ministry of Commerce and Industry, India received a record $81.72 billion of FDI (foreign direct investment) inflow in FY 2020-21, registering a 10% increase y-o-y. The prominent beneficiaries of the inflow include Construction (infrastructure) activities, computer software and hardware, rubber goods, retail trading, drugs and pharmaceuticals, and electrical equipment sectors.

With the government’s strong views on the privatization of state-owned companies, the healthy look of the private sector appears getting stronger at least as a big employer. This may be to the benefit of Indian job-seekers.

With globalization, the Indian economy has gained significantly in the form of increased capital inflow, new technologies, development of backward areas, and more importantly increased employment opportunities. This is just one side of the effects of globalization, though. So, with the transformation of the private sector,  as a great source of high-paying jobs, a regular space exists today for private-sector jobs in the daily ‘latest’ recruitment news bulletins

Preference Of Govt Jobs -Explore Latest Openings Here

Despite the newfound interest in private sector jobs, particularly technology-related jobs, a vast majority of people still prefer Govt. jobs. And, for a few good reasons too. The first and foremost is job security. Good salary, perks, and bonuses, medical benefits, retirement benefits, fixed working hours, work-life balancing routine, etc, continue to attract young job seekers. Among these, perhaps the single most attractive benefit of being a government employee was the Civil Service Pension Scheme established in 1972.

However, this system was modified by the government to restrict the benefits only to those who joined the service before 2004. Those who joined after 1 January 2004 will be covered by a new scheme known as the National Pension System. Unlike the previous system, here the new employees will have to contribute 10% of their gross salary, which will be matched by the employer towards funding the pension.

Latest Recruitment News From Govt. Recruiting Agencies

The daily latest recruitment news bulletins feature a large number of Govt. job notifications.  This includes advertisements on Central Govt. jobs, State Govt. Jobs, Defense Jobs, Police Jobs, Jobs in Public Sector Undertakings, Jobs in Autonomous bodies, University Jobs, Research jobs, etc. And, we have different recruiting agencies to select the personnel for the Union and states government services, Autonomous bodies, Banks, Railways, etc.

We can site agencies such as Union Public Service Commission (UPSC), State Public Service Commissions, Staff Selection Commission (SSC), Institute of Banking Personnel Selection (IBPS), Railway Recruitment Boards (RRBs), etc.  We will touch upon briefly these agencies who often dominate the space of our latest recruitment news section; perhaps in coming paragraphs or pages.

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Union Public Service Commission (UPSC)-Find The Latest UPSC Announcements Here

The Union Public Service Commission got the present name after the Constitution of India came into force on January 26, 1950. Until then it was known as the Federal Public Service Commission. And its history traces back to 1854 when the British Govt. created an organization called the Civil Service Commission in London. Its main purpose was to conduct competitive examinations for the Indian Civil Service. 

This organization underwent a lot of changes in its constitution, shape, objectives, and functions during the pre-independent era. Today, Union Public Service Commission is commonly known for conducting various Central Civil Services Exams for various Central Civil Services and Posts. 

Article 320 Of The Constitution Defines The Role Of UPSC As Follows:

  • Conduct examinations for appointment to the services of the Central Government
  • Direct recruitment by selection through interviews.
  • Appointment of officers on promotion / deputation / absorption.
  • Framing and amendment of Recruitment Rules for various services and posts under the Government.
  • Disciplinary cases relating to different Civil Services.
    Advising the Government on any matter referred to the Commission by the President of India

UPSC regularly conducts Civil Services Exam to recruit top Central Government Services like Group A Services, IPS, IAS, IFS, etc. Thus, the main UPSC examinations include Civil Services Examination, Engineering Services Examination, Combined Medical Services Examination, Combined Defence Services Examination, National Defence Academy Examination, Indian Naval Academy Examination, Special Class Railway Apprentice Examination, Indian Forest Service Examination, Combined Geoscientist and, Geologist Examination, and Central Armed Police Forces Examination

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