|India is on the way of development and employment opportunities in public as well as private sector are increasing exponentially. Organizations are expanding their domains and work field and therefore need more and more employees to expand their work and to come up to their expectations. |
In this article you will find details about recruitment in three major government organizations in India. The information consists of recruitment process. Exam pattern and other related details about recruitment procedure.
FCI stands for food corporation of India which recruits employee every year. The organisation layout is divided into various zones geographically as north zone, east zone and south zone etc. therefore there will be zonal recruitment as well apart from common recruitment in this organisation. The exam pattern consists of written exam followed by an interview by an expert panel. The nature of the exam is objective. Graduate from a recognized university are able to fill the application from. The final selection of candidates will be done on the basis of his/her overall performance in written exam, interview and his past academic records.
BHEL is also among the top recruiters in India. It is the oldest and largest company in engineering and manufacturing field. BHEL stands for Bharat heavy electrical limited. The organisation invites application every year for various posts in different departments. There are separate eligibility criterion for different posts and department, therefore the candidates must be well aware of the eligibility requirements of the post and fill the application form accordingly. The exam pattern generally consists of a written exam followed by an interview. For some profiles like medical officer, landscape and cosmetic maintainer officer the selection will done on the basis of academic performance of the candidate.
DRDO is also recruiting employee’s at large scale and offer good packages and remuneration. DRDO stands for defence research and development organization. The organisation is into the work of research and development of weapons, tools and guns. The organisation has its various branches in the cities of Bangalore, Delhi, Kerala and Mumbai. The selection process for this organisation comprises of written exam. The candidate has to clear the written exam and have sound past academic records to clear this exam. The exam is not for physically challenged candidates.
At the end I am wishing you all the best for your all exam and many you get selected in the organisation you want to work in and your all dream come true.
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