What are Rojgar Exams?
Rojgar exams are government exams conducted all over India. It includes all government exams like Rajasthan PTET, TNPSC, RRB ALP Technician, Kerala TET, KVS exams and many more. All the states of India provide these exams. They include civil service exams like Union Public Commission (UPSC); and under UPSC exams there is IAS, IPS, IRS, and IFS. The Rojgar results matter a lot for the position of the student in the country. Moreover, Rojgar is also termed as government or sarkari exams.
Students should completely prepare themselves before taking up these exams. They need a lot of dedication, hard work, and endless effort. Students need to prepare for a minimum of one year with full concentration to do well. The ranks secured by the students will define what post they will get.
- Any person who has completed a bachelor’s or master’s degree by a university established by law in India.
- The students should be between 21-35 years of age.
These exams are usually in English or any other scheduled languages of India. Moreover they are tested on many subjects, writing, general knowledge, and finally communication skills. Civil service examinations are offered once a year whereas other exams like Railways exam, KAS, PAS etc., are conducted once in few years or according to what the states prefer.
About one million people applied for these examinations in the year 2017, in India. Therefore, the Rojgar results showed 7650 qualified students for the last round of UPSC. The best universities for the preparation of civil service exams are in Delhi. Moreover, the respective states conduct the state service exams.
Levels of the Examinations:
Majority of the exams have three levels which consider:
- First and foremost the preliminary level which has two papers.
- Secondly, mains exam- these have many different papers.
- Finally the personal interview which will be conducted by the board of the respective councils.
Conversely, in UPSC, a candidate has to clear all the levels in the same attempt. Otherwise they have to attempt from the first level again. In every exam we follow a different format. Once the students clear the exam, they become officers and get their posting in a particular state. The discretion of the state government will come in action once the students posting is complete by the state. These officers have to help the government in:
1. Policy formulation
2. Implementation of the policies.
3. Public administration.
4. Secretarial assistance.
5. Bureaucratic governance and many more.
Therefore, the qualified candidates posted have to carry out some responsibilities on a daily basis.
Rojgar results start from 10th grade and goes up to the most competitive exams like UPSC. Also, these results are declared in a month or two months after the exam. They are the decision makers to decide which candidate is eligible and who is not. It usually follows a rank based system in deciding what position a qualified candidate has to get. Therefore, these exams are very difficult and they test the level of IQ students possess. Certainly these results help in the future development of our country in numerous direct and indirect ways.