There are different types of jobs in various sectors. Today, every sector has exciting jobs to offer which not merely provide a healthy income but also includes other additional packages. However, the competition level has also increased, which has made entry into these sectors a difficult job for the aspiring candidates. They have to work hard and appear for an exam in almost all prestigious sectors. Recruitment is a very important part in shaping up the reputation of any sector. It requires orderly planning scheduling. For this purpose, various commissions and organizations have been appointed in different fields to carry out the procedure of recruitment. For example, UPSC carries out all major functions of the civil services, while IBPS is the major recruiter in banking sector. Similarly, SSC has been appointed by the Government to recruit individuals for various jobs in the government.
Union Public Service Commission:
UPSC conducts exams for all the civil service exams and interviews.
It is a commission appointed by the government, to take care of civil service recruitments.
It also advises on various recruitment techniques and suggests changes, if required.
The examination question papers are also designed by a team of evaluators from UPSC.
After the recruitment, it also prepares the merit list, based on which the candidates are strategically posted in various areas.
Institute of Banking Personnel:
IBPS is one of the largest and most efficient recruiters of banks through the method of outsourcing.
It trains and prepares capable individuals and recruit them for the right jobs.
The recent endeavor of IBPS is the CWE in 2011. This exam will allow recruitment into 19 public sector banks of India.
After clearing this exam, candidates who would be recruited for Bank Po posts and other clerical posts in the banks.
The candidates can present their score card and gain entry to the interview round, if any vacancy arises in the 19 banks involved.
Staff Selection Commission:
SSC aims at recruiting individuals for group B and all non technical posts in various ministries of the government.
SSC has a web of offices spread throughout the country where various exams and interviews are held.
SSC also conducts typewriting tests in English and Hindi.
It also advises the central government on matters of re-examination of certain candidates and re-scheduling of exams.
The main headquarters of SSC are in Delhi. Here, all important things are discussed and decisions are made pertaining to the examinations and interview selection.
Thus, SSC, IBPS AND UPSC are all recruiters of various fields like civil services, government non-technical posts, banking sector. However, they all conduct exams and interviews and recruit individuals based on pure talent and skills.