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Through CGL you can enter into a gazetted posts (Group-B and C) which are central jobs. They have much scope than state jobs (Groups) in promotions, salary hikes etc. and there is chance to work all over india. You can get good promotions based on your performance. And all india competition also is there for CGL exam it has three tiers and no interviews
and in this non gazette posts are also there
high salaries in central govt jobs
many benefits like HRA, TA, DA, Lonas facility etc
notifications come every year and many posts are there
For all SSC Posts Details Click the link below
Group 2 is state level job. it also contains both gazette and non-gazette jobs
it has less scope for promotions salary hikes etc. only statewide competition is there
notifications may come for every three or four years and fewer posts are there
less salaries than central govt jobs
many benefits like HRA, TA, DA, Loans facility etc.
Group-II and CGL Posts are some-what equal cadre but CGL is the best
For Any queries contact again
It is mandatory for all the aspirants to score minimum 50% marks in the qualifying examination (45% in case of SC/ST).
and the degree should be recognized by the distance education council
Bcom candidates can only apply for MBA
Reference link : http://icet.tsche.ac.in/Content/frmEligibility.aspx
for any more doubts discuss here
- This reply was modified 6 years, 6 months ago by Rama Krishna.
At present there are no teacher jobs for B.Tech and M.Tech Graduates in govt schools
but you can teach in private schools subjects like maths, computers, painting, music, English and other subjects which you are good at
a teacher required diploma (TTC) or general graduation and B.Ed or M.Ed with PG
Telugu pandit, Hindi Pandit or You can do MA English or Diploma in English etc
if you have any doubts you can contact again
First of all congrats for your interest towards education
You got experience for 6 years in Wherehouse and now did bcom thats good
now you can do Materials management or supply chain management PG or diploma your experience will help you a lot in your course
for this you have to write ICET exam in states and AT or CAT in venter
after getting out you can join at manager or asst. manager level for good salary
MM or SCM have good opportunities and do PG in reputed colleges through ICET or MAT or CAT etc
you can do your PG in regular mode also
and you also eligible for Groups and civils exams with Bcom degree
if you have any doubts can contact again
and see the link for admisions notifications regularly
You have to prepare at least one year before current Affairs thoroughly
at least last 3 years most important things and changes, development and schemes etc should be prepared
Pls follow the below link for Current Affairs
The list of the Posts or services under Group-I
1. Deputy Collectors in A.P. Civil Service (Executive Branch)
2. Commercial Tax Officers in A.P. Commercial Taxes Service.
3. Deputy Supdt. of Police (Civil) Cat-2 in A.P. Police Service
4. Deputy Supdt. of Jails (MEN) in A.P. Jail Service
5. Divisional Fire Officers in Fire & Emergency Services
6. District Registrar in A.P. Registration and Stamps Service
7. District Tribal Welfare Officer in A.P. Tribal Welfare Service.
8. District Employment Officer in Employment Service
9. Asst. Treasury Officer/Asst. Accounts Officer in A.P. Treasury & Accounts
10. Deputy Registrar in A.P. Cooperative Service
11. District Panchayat Raj Officers in Panchayat Raj Service.
12. Regional Transport Officers in A.P. Transport Service
13. District Social Welfare Officer in A.P. Social Welfare Service.
14. District B.C. Welfare Officer in B.C. Welfare Service
15. Municipal Commissioner Grade-II in A.P. Municipal Administration Service
16. Mandal Parishad Development Officer in A.P. Panchayat Raj and Rural
17. Development Service
18. Lay Secretary / Administrative Officer in Medical and Health
19. Assistant Prohibition & Excise Superintendent in A.P. Prohibition &
20. Assistant Audit Officer in A.P. Local Fund Audit Service.
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It is only for employees and professionals doctor, lawyer, management consultant , artist, film actor, engineer, architect, sportsperson, media professional , etc.
Eligibility regarding government employee is based upon his level, and not his salary. Example –If your parents are earning 7 lakhs and they are below group B officers ,you will still come under ‘NON-CREAMY LAYER.’
- This reply was modified 6 years, 9 months ago by Rama Krishna.
till you are state or central govt employee there is no need of filling this coloumn
if you are public servant then only they ask NOC while appointing after selection
or else it is not necessary you can left it blank or no
but sometimes (only for interview posts) they may ask ‘”if you are unemployed what did u do those years from your graduation
if you are able to convey the right way its okay but in APPSC group-II no interview is there so no problem of selecting no option
You need not change your category in OTPR
If number of posts are less or no for reserved candidates i.e. BC. you can compete in open Category.
If you are BC candidate and score more marks than general category cut-off then your name will be appeared in General category merit list
but to avail this you should not claim age relaxation and other benefits under BC quota.
now You can simply apply for group II
even you have any doubts ask here
You should be passed on or before the date of notification i.e. November 8th.
You may get certificates later after the notification that does not matter
but the exams should be completed before the date of notification and results also must have come.
If your results came after 8th November you cannot submit the application for group-II
for any doubts on this again ask here
That is correct but Instead of prelims and mains why don’t they increase the toughness of questions asked in the examination then only worth enough candidates will be selected.
filter is not require. it is better to ask difficult and practical questions in exam