India is a country divided into several different states. The Central government of India controls the “Central Recruitment Board” which controls the enrollment of Central government staffs. Each state has a different commission functioning under the board, which hires people for the State government jobs. Karnataka Public service commission or KPSC also works in a similar way. KPSC recruitment involves selecting candidates for various vacancies in the Karnataka state government.
KPSC recruitment board conducts government exams for graduates and diploma holders twice a year. The exam can be taken in most of the district headquarters or in the Bangalore city. The syllabus for the exams is updated regularly and is subject to change frequently, unlike other states.
KPSC recruitment applications can be found at their official website. The exams cover over 11 subjects and will be in multiple choice format. The exam results will be published in the same site and also at the Karnataka Gazette, notice board of Head Office at Bangalore. A copy of the results will also be placed at the regional offices of the commission in all main cities like Belgaum, Gulbarga, Shimoga and Mysore. There are so many vacancies for engineers with good technical knowledge in the KPSC recruitment process.
The year 2012 will also see over 300 employments in the National Thermal Power Corporation (NTPC) of India. Over 145 electrical engineers, 175 mechanical engineer and 60 Civil engineers and several control instrumentation positions are ready to be filled. These NTPC recruitment trainee positions will pay up to Rs 24900 – Rs 50500 for graduates and post-graduate engineers. They will also be eligible for provident fund, gratuity, medical treatment and a host of other special offers entitled for people working in the thermal power sector.
NTPC recruitment is much stricter than the other sectors of Indian government jobs. They check thoroughly for sound educational qualification. Since, only a very few students opt to work in the sector, and the field is in need of long-term employees, only graduates below 27 years of age and postgraduates below 30 are permitted to attend the exams.
NTPC recruitment details can be found online. The trainee jobs for lab technicians and other simple jobs for diploma holders are also rampant in this field. Though they are paid less than the professional engineers, these diploma holders are also entitled to all the extra benefits given to the engineers. If you are looking for a challenging job, NTPC recruitment can definitely provide you with one.