As the Civil Services serves as the backbone of Indian Government the best brains in the country compete to get an entry in the Indian Civil Services. Though there may be better salaries and parks offered by the corporate sector still the Indian Civil Services offer the most prestigious jobs in the country and it is only natural that every year the cream of Indian Intelligence sit for the Civil Services exam held by the UPSC. To appear in the Civil Services entrance one needs to be a citizen of India though in certain cases Nepali and Bhutanese citizens and Tibetan refugees are also eligible though for the Indian Administrative Service and Indian Police Service being an Indian citizen is mandatory. Apart from that any candidate must be over 21 yrs. Of age to sit for the exam and there is an upper age limit of 30 for general cast categories which is relaxed to 3 to 5 years for scheduled cast, Scheduled Tribe and Other Backward Classes. But it needs to be a minimum 3yrs. Graduate to enter the Indian Civil Services.
Like every year Bank Recruitment 2012 is going to fill up a lot of vacancies in the public sector banks all across the country. Different public sector banks have already advertised for application for different posts and the date of examination has also been announced for some of them. Bank recruitment exams especially for the PO-Clerk posts are not very hard to crack and lot of banking service aspirants can fancy their chance in the Bank Recruitment 2012 exams. But to successfully crack the Banking Service exams requires one staying regularly updated. The eligibility criteria for different positions also vary accordingly. But cracking the written exam is not enough as the interview process is also quite tough and anybody who wants to successfully crack the Bank Recruitment 2012 may require some extensive training for it.
The SSC or the Staff Selection Commission of India is responsible for the recruitment in non-technical group 'C' and group 'B' non gazetted posts in the ministry or departments of the Government of India. The SSC is one of the agency in the Department of Personal Selection and Training and just like the United Public Service Commission selects Personal for government posts but in the comparatively ranges. Every year SSC conducts bulk recruitment exams for both Higher Secondary and Graduate applicants along with conducting a number of isolated interviews for isolated posts followed by advertisements published in the newspaper and government periodicals.

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