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Government Exams in India

Exams administered by the government of India are among the most anticipated. Each year, the government holds a plethora of exams in order to fill open positions with qualified individuals. Thousands of individuals start their preparation a year prior to the exam and desperately wait for updates on vacancies. Aspirants face huge competition when attempting government exams.  

Those who are interested in taking these exams should start their preparation at least 6 months before the exam. A government job in the public sector offers job security, a set compensation structure, regulated working hours, and a reasonable opportunity for promotion and raise. In the coming years, the federal government is planning to create 10 million jobs countrywide. It’s a terrific chance for anybody seeking a government position that has been waiting for a vacancy.  

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Government Exam Calendar 2022-23: Upcoming Government Exams in India

Upcoming Exam Name  Exam Date 
IBPS RRB Officer Scale-1 Main Exam  01-10-2022  
IBPS SO 202224-12-2022  
IBPS CRP Clerk XII Preliminary  28-08-2022, 03-09-2022, 04-09-2022  
IBPS CRP Clerks XII Mains Exam  08-10-2022  
IBPS CRP Probationary Officer (PO) XII Preliminary  15-10-2022, 16-10-2022, 22-10-2022  
IBPS CRP Probationary Officer (PO) XII Mains  26-11-2022  
IBPS CRP Specialist Officer (PO) XII Preliminary  24-12-2022, 31-12-2022  
IBPS CRP Specialist Officer (PO) XII mains  29-01-2023  
Constable Driver 2022 in Delhi Police  21-10-22  
Head Constable AWO-TPO 2022 in Delhi Police  27-10-22, 28-10-22 
SI 2022 in Delhi Police, CAPF  Nov-22  
Junior Hindi Translator, Junior Translator and Senior Hindi Translator 2022  01-10-22  
Scientific Assistant 2022 in IMD  Dec 22  
MTS Civilian 2022 in Delhi Police  Feb-23  
Junior Engineer (JE) 2022  14-11-22, 16-11-22 
Stenographer Grade C & D 2022  17-11-22, 18-11-22  
Constable Executive 2022 in Delhi Police  May-23  
Constable GD 2022 in CAPF  12-09-2022  
Indian Forest Service (IFS) 2022 Main  20-11-2022  
FCI, Haryana Watchman 2022 PET  09-10-22  
NTA – UGC NET Dec 2021 & June 2022 CBT Phase III  29-09-2022  
FSSAI – Technical Officer, Food Safety Officer & Other (04-2021) CBT Stage II  23-09 & 01-10-2022  
FCI, Punjab – Watchman 2022  9-10-2022  
FCI, Haryana – Watchman PET  22-09-2022 to 24-09-2022  
Mazagon Dock Shipbuilders Ltd – Trade Apprentice Online 14-09-2022  
ONGC Ltd Non-Executive   20 to 27-08-2022  
NTA UGC NET Dec 2021 & June 2022   20 & 30-09-2022  

Government Exams in India (2022-2023)

Government jobs in India are one of the most prestigious professions. Individuals looking for a government job must take the government exams for recruitment in defence, UPSC, railways, and State PSC sectors among others. Read below to know more about the government exams in India. 

SSC (Staff Selection Commission)

SSC is the organization that administers exams for different government jobs. SSC conducts exams to hire inspectors, section officers, auditors, accountants, etc. and consists of around 10,000+ openings every year. Other SSC examinations are conducted to hire Junior Engineers, Technical Assistants, Stenographers, Lower Division Clerks, Postal Assistants, Data Entry Operators, Multi-Tasking Staff, etc. Some of the exams administered by SSC each year are as follows:  

The SSC (Staff Selection Commission) exams are is conducted for candidates who have completed their graduation. All these exams are for the post in various ministries. SSC exam has four stages – prelims, mains, descriptive, and skill tests.  

SSC Exams Dates

Exam Name Exam Date 
SSC – Constable GD 2022 DME  12-09-2022 to 04-10-2022  
SSC – JHT, Jr Translator & SHT 2022 Paper I  01-10-2022  
SSC – SI in Delhi Police & CAPFs 2022 Paper I  09 to 11-11-2022  
SSC – Junior Engineer 2022 Paper I  14 to 16-11-2022  
SSC – Stenographer Gr C & D 2022 CBE  17 & 18-11-2022  
SSC – MTS & Havaldar 2021 Paper II 06-11-2022  
SSC CHSL (10+2) 2021 Tier II  18-09-2022  
SSC – Head Constable (AWO-TPO) 2022 CBE27 & 28-10-2022  
SSC Constable (Driver) 2022 CBE 21-10-2022  
SSC CGL 2022 1-12-2022 to 13-12-2022
SSC – Selection Posts (Ladhakh-2022) CBT   01 to 05-08-2022  
SSC Selection Posts (Phase-X) 2022 CBE  01 to 05-08-2022  
SSC CGL 2022 Tier III  To be announced 
SSC CGL 2022 Tier II  To be announced
SSC – CHSL (10+2) 2022 Skill Test  01-07-2022  
SSC – Stenographer Grade C & D 2022 Skill Test  17 & 18-11-2022  
SSC – MTS 2022 Paper I  05 to 22-07-2022  
Selection Posts 2022 Phase-X 01.08.22 – 05.08.22 
Head Constable Ministerial 2022 in Delhi Police  10-10-2022 to 20-10-2022 
Constable Driver 2022 in Delhi Police  21-October-2022  
Head Constable AWO-TPO 2022 in Delhi Police  27-October-2022, 28 October 2022 
SI 2022 in Delhi Police, CAPF November-2022  
Junior Hindi Translator, Junior Translator and Senior Hindi Translator 2022  01-October-2022  
Scientific Assistant 2023 in IMD  January-2023  
MTS Civilian 2023 in Delhi Police  February-2023  
Junior Engineer (JE) 2023 3rd week of March-2023  
Stenographer Grade C & D 2023  April-2023  
Constable Executive 2023 in Delhi Police  June-2023  
Constable GD 2023 in CAPF  April-2023  

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Defense Exams

The armed forces offer dignified, prestigious, and lucrative career opportunities. As a member of the armed forces, you can serve on combat duty or in administrative assignments; in the medical services, engineering services, in the JAG’s Department, or in the Education Corps.

All these above-mentioned exams come under the defense category. There are various exams are for different posts under this category. The conducting body of each exam is different. Each year thousands of candidates opt for this exam. You could also be among those candidates who apply and qualify for these exams. To know more about the defense exams, here is the list of a few defence exams and their conducting bodies.  

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Name of Exam  Notification Release Date  Deadline Date of Application Form  Exam Date  
Indian Costal Guard Navik  4 January 2022  14 January 2022  July 2022 (Tentative)  
Navy SSR/ AA  1 July 2022  27 July 2022  October 2022 
INET  November 2022  November 2022  Notified Soon  
CASB Airman (X and Y Group)  January 2022  January 2022  July 2022 (Tentative)  
IAF Group C  Notified Soon  Notified Soon  Notified Soon  
AFCAT 1  01 December 2021  30 December 2021  12, 13, 14 February 2022  
AFCAT 2  01 June 2022  30 June 2022  26, 27,28 August 2022  
CDS 2  18 May 2022  14 June 2022  04 September 2022  
CDS 1  22 December 2021  11 January 2022  10 April 2022  
NDA 2  18 May 2022  14 June 2022  04 September 2022  
NDA 1  22 December 2021  11 January 2022  10 April 2022  
CAPF AC  26 April 2022  16 May 2022  07 August 2022 (Tentative)  
Territorial Army 2022  01 June 2022  30 June 2022  25 September 2022  
SSB Constable 10th October 202210th November 2022To be released

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Railways Exams 

The Union Public Service Commission annually administers the Civil Services Examination and the Combined Engineering Services Examination in order to fill Group a positions.  

RRB NTPC Jobs, Assistant Station Master (ASM), Assistant Loco Pilot, ECRC, Section Engineers, Goods Guard, Assistant Manager, Junior Engineer, Sports Persons, Railway Services Grades, Railway Engineer, Traffic Apprentice, Traffic Assistant, SCRA Exam, Ticket Checker (RRB TC), etc. are exams conducted by RRB to recruit Group B, C, and D employees.  

The most asked government exams are divided into four categories:  

  1. RRB Group A – Via UPSC Examinations  
  1. RRB Group B – Promotion from Group C or RRB selection (for specific posts)  
  1. RRB Group C — By 21 RRBs nation-wide  

RRB Group D – Nationally by Railway Recruiting Cells There are exams are for posts in the public sector. To appear in this exam, candidates must have qualified for their GATE exams they are: 

Exam name Conducting Body Stages of exam 
DMRC  Delhi Metro Rail Corporation 
  • Computer-based exam (CBT) 
  • Interview/ Group Discussion 
  • Medical examination 
UPPCL JE Uttar Pradesh Power Corporation Limited for Junior Engineer 
  • Computer-based exam (CBT) 
  • Document Verification 
BSPHCL  Bihar State Power Holding Corporation Limited 
  • Computer-based exam (CBT) 
  • Document Verification 
DRDO CEPTAM  Defense Research & Development Organization for Centre for Personnel Talent Management 
  • Tier-I 
  • Tier-II 
  • Document Verification 
PSPCL  Punjab State Power Corporation Limited 
  • Preliminary Examination 
  • Mains Examination 
  • Document Verification 
Indian Post GDS  Indian Post for Gramin Dak Sevak 
  • Application Form 
  • Document Verification 
CSIR NCL  Council of Scientific and Industrial Research for National chemistry laboratory 
  • Paper I 
  • Paper II 
  • Paper III 
KCCPL  Kerala Clays and Ceramic Products Limited 
  • Physical Endurance Test 
  • OMR-based test 
IOCL  Indian Oil Corporation Limited 
  • Written Test 
  • Skill/Proficiency/Physical Test (SPPT) 
KPTCL  Karnataka Power Transmission Corporation Limited 
  • Written Test. 
  • Document Verification. 
  • Medical Test. 
BPCL  Bharat Petroleum Corporation Limited 
  • Written Test 
  • Skill Test 
BEL  Bharat Electronics Limited 
  • Written Test 
  • Interview 
NPCIL  Nuclear Power Corporation of India 
  • Written Test 
  • Interview 
KMML Kerala Minerals and Metals Limited 
  • Written Exam/Interview 
  • Efficiency Exam 
  • Document verification 
  • Driving Test 
BIS  Bureau of Indian Standards 
  • Online Test 
  • Interview 
BARC Bhabha Atomic Research Centre 
  • Online Exam 
  • Personal Interview 
MOEF Ministry of Environment, Forest and Climate Change 
  • Written examination 
  • Personal interviews 
ICMR  Indian Council of Medical Research 
  • Walk in interview 

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RRB’s (Railway Recruitment Boards)  

RRB conducts seven different exams for various posts in Indian Railways. T RRB brings job opportunities for class X and XII qualified candidates. So, if you are among these candidates with a minimum qualification of Class X, you can b apply for the railway posts.  

There are a total of 19 RRBs that hire railway officials for various positions, including ASM, Goods Guard, Traffic Apprentice, Commercial Apprentice, Loco Pilot, and TTE, etc. The schedules of every exam vary based on the availability of posts and vacancies. Some PSUs, including LIC, NICL, OICL, UICL, EPFO, ESIC, ONGC, NTPC, BHEL, GAIL, IOCL, and CIL, conduct their own examinations. Exam vacancies and schedules vary according to their needs.  

Exam Name Starting Date of Application  Exam Date Vacancies 
RRB NTCP  March 2022  27 August, 2022 35,208  
RRB Group D  12 March to 12 April 2022  06 Oct to 11 Oct 2022  103769  
RITES Recruitment  29 August 2022 to 19 September 2022  Not yet released  20  
RRB SI  August 2022  October 2022  9000 
RPF Constable  Not yet Released  Not yet released  8619  
RRB ALP  2nd week of March 2022  Not yet released 37000  
RRB JE  January 2022  September 2022  13847  

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UPSC (Union Public Service Commission) 

UPSC is India’s most esteemed examination which hires government administrators. UPSC typically accepts 1,000 applicants each year for IAS, IPS, and associated positions via its civil services test. UPSC administers a variety of additional examinations to select officials for government institutions. UPSC is a challenging exam and can be passed with prefixed hours of study daily. The education qualification for UPSC Tests is a Graduate degree for the majority of its exams. The main exams administered annually by UPSC is: –  

  • CIVIL SERVICES NDA FOR (National Defense Academy) 
  • CDS (Combined Defense Services) 
  • CAPF for SCRA (Special Class Railway Apprentice) (Central Armed Police Force)  
  • Others Take Engineering Services Exams (Department wise)  

Union Public Service Commission (UPSC) conducts several government exams every year for various posts. The purpose is to recruit civil servants. UPSC constitutes of nine members and Article 320 of the Indian constitution has a mention about UPSC. A separate committee  looks after all the recruitment processes of the civil services posts.   

The in-demand UPSC Exams are mentioned below.  

UPSC ESE (Engineering Services Examination)

The Indian Engineering Services (IES) are the administrations that conduct government exams for specialized and technical engineering components. Due to limited number of seats in this exam the UPSE ESE Exam is regarded as one of the most difficult exams. It has a critical selection rate compared to other UPSC exams. Click on UPSC ESE (Engineering Services Examination) to learn about the most recent UPSC ESE Recruitments, UPSC online registration, UPSC Notifications, etc.  

UPSC CSE (Civil Services Examination)

Union Public Service Commission oversees the UPSC CSE. The Government of India selects its civil workers and officials based on merit and personal interview. Aspirants of UPSC CSE bear strong competition. Visit UPSC CSE (Civil Services Examination) for information on UPSC CSE Syllabus, UPSC Notification, etc.  

UPSC NDA (National Defence Academy and Naval Academy Examination)

The National Defence Academy (UPSC NDA) Exam is administered for the purpose of recruiting applicants into the Army, Navy, and Air Force. The UPSC administers this National Level Exam twice a year, in April and September. The National Defense Academy is situated in Khadakwasla, Pune, and Maharashtra. Before stating, cadets who are accepted and successfully complete the curriculum are sent to their various training schools for one year of training. Visit UPSC NDA (National Defence Academy and Naval Academy Examination) to learn more about UPSC Notification, UPSC Syllabus, UPSC online registration, etc.  

UPSC CMS (Combined Medical Services Examination)

UPSC administers the Combined Medical Services Examination (CMSE) annually in order to select candidates for medical officer positions. On an average, more than three million individuals enroll for the test each year. The applicants are selected based on their performance on online written test. Candidates get two hours to complete each paper, which carries a maximum of 250 points. Click on UPSC CMS (Combined Medical Services Examination) to learn more about UPSC CMS Syllabus, UPSC online registration, and other relevant information.  

UPSC IAS (Indian Administration Services)

The UPSC Civil Services or UPSC IAS Exam is administered to recruit Group  A& B officers in different Government posts. The position offered includes the IAS, IPS, IFS, and IRS, etc. This test is regarded as one of the most difficult in the nation, since the Union Public Service Commission gets over one million applications for 100 positions. Visit the UPSC IAS (Indian Administration Services) Page for additional information on the UPSC IAS Syllabus, Prelims Results, Mains Results, and online registration.  

UPSC CAPF (Central Armed Police Forces)

The UPSC CAPF Exam is administered to select candidates for the position of Assistant Commandant in the Central Armed Police Forces. It is a nationwide examination administered by UPSC. As with other UPSC examinations, this test is regarded as challenging by the applicants. Visit this UPSC CAPF (Central Armed Police Forces) website for more information on UPSC CAPF Syllabus, UPSC Exam Pattern, UPSC Results, etc.  

UPSC SCRA (Special Class Railway Apprentice)

UPSC administers the Special Class Railway Apprentice test to select applicants for the mechanical engineering undergraduate program at the Indian Railways Institute of Mechanical and Electrical Engineering in Jamalpur.  

UPSC IFS (Indian Forest Services Examination)

IFS Exam is administered by Union Public Service Commission (UPSC) to select personnel for Indian Forest Services. The Indian Forest Service (IFS) is one of the three All India Services administered by the Indian government. Exams for the UPSC IFS 2022 (both Preliminary and Main) have been taken, and the UPSC Mains Result will be announced shortly. Visit UPC IFS for information on UPSC IFS Syllabus, UPSC Exam 2022 Notification, UPSC Prelims & Mains Result, etc. (Indian Forest Services Examination)  

UPSC CDS (Combined Defence Services Examination)

Union Public Service administers the CDS Exam annually to identify candidates who are qualified to serve the country. The UPSC CDS Exam is administered twice a year nationwide. The CDS examination 2022 is for candidates who want to become commissioned officers in the Indian Army, Indian Navy, and Indian Air Force. Click on UPSC CDS (Combined Defense Services Examination) to learn about UPSC CDS Syllabus, UPSC Notification, etc.  

Abbreviation  UPSC  
Organization Name  Union Public Service Commission  
Type  Conducting Authority  
Location  New Delhi  
Chairman  Pradeep Kumar Joshi    

UPSC Exam Dates 2022

Here we will inform you about the exam and the result dates of the UPSC government exams. Moreover, we will present this information in tabular form.  

Exam name Exam date Result date 

Prelims: 5th June 2022  

Mains: 16th September 2022 (onwards)  

March 2022  
IFS (Forest) 

Prelims: 5th June 2022  

Mains: 20th November – 29th November 2022  

March 2022   
IFS (Foreign) 

Prelims: 5th June 2022  

Mains: November 2022 (Tentative)  

Not yet released  

Prelims: 5th June 2022  

Mains: 16th September 2022 (onwards)  

Not yet announced   
UPSC EPFO (Previous Year) September  2022  October 2022  

Prelims: 5th June 2022  

Mains: 16th September 2022 (onwards)  

Not yet released  
UPSC CMS 17th July 2022  December 2022 (Tentative)  
UPSC CAPF 7th August 2022  Not yet released  

Prelims: 5th June 2022  

Mains: 16th September 2022 (onwards)  

October 2022  
UPSC SCRA  Not confirmed yet  Not yet released   


Mains: 16th September 2022 (onwards)  

October 2022   

Prelims: 20th February 2022  

Mains: 26th June 2022  

3 August 2022  
UPSC Geo-Scientist Exam 25 March 2022 18 August 2022 
UPSC Steno (2022) December 10, 2022    January 2023 (Tentative) 

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Teaching Exams 

Government teaching exams are for various posts in the education sector. In this view, candidates must qualify for some exams like NET or SET. NET (National Eligibility Test), which makes candidates eligible for jobs at the national level. However, SET is a state-level exam. Candidates who qualify for this exam are only eligible for posts available at the state level. So, you must decide which exam and post you want to opt. exams like NET make you eligible for the post of Assistant Professor and Junior Research Fellows.  

Besides, here is the list of government exams that come under the teaching exam category.  

Exam name Full form 
CTET  Central Teacher Eligibility Test 
KVPY  Kishore Vaigyanik Protsahan Yojana 
CBSC UGC NET  University Grants Commission National Eligibility Test 
UPTET  Uttar Pradesh Teacher Eligibility Test 
CSIR UGC NET  Council of Scientific & Industrial Research University Grants Commission National Eligibility Test 
NTSE  National Talent Search Examination 
HPTET  Himachal Pradesh Teacher Eligibility Test 
TNTET  Tamil Nadu Teachers Eligibility Test 
BTET  Bihar Teachers Eligibility Test 
APSET  Andhra Pradesh State Eligibility Test 
OTET  Odisha Teacher Eligibility Test 
JKSET  Jammu & Kashmir Teacher Eligibility Test 
TSTET  Telangana State Teacher Eligibility Test 
KSET  Karnataka State Eligibility Test 
NVS Recruitment  Navodaya Vidyalaya Samiti 
KTET  Kerala Teacher Eligibility Test 
ASRB NET  Agricultural Scientists Recruitment Board National Eligibility Test 
RTET  Rajasthan Teacher Eligibility Test 
MPTET  Madhya Pradesh Teacher Eligibility Test 
CGTET  Chhattisgarh Teacher Eligibility Test 
KVS Recruitment  Kendriya Vidyalaya Sanghathan
HTET  Haryana Teacher Eligibility Test 

Latest Update 

Now we will share some updates about teaching exams. However, we will give the updates in the different tables according to the level of the government exam. All information will be available in tabular form.  

Organization Last Date Post Name Vacancies Status 
Sainik School  2023 November 2022  Art/Band Master, Counsellor, & Other Posts  14  active  
Arunachal Pradesh Public Service Commission (APPSC)  05 September 2022   Trained Graduate Teacher  259  closed  
Punjab Education Department   20  April 2022  Master Cadre  4161  closed  
Rajasthan Public Service Commission (RPSC)  27 September 2022  2nd Grade Teacher or Senior Teacher   9700  closed  
Uttar Pradesh Secondary Education Service Selection Board (UPSESSB)   9 July 2022  PGT TGT  5000+   closed  
Bihar Public Service Commission   22 April 2022   Head Master Primary  40,000  closed  
Teacher’s Recruitment Board (TRB), Tripura   12 February 2022  Special Educator  200  closed  
REET  05 June 2022   62,000  closed  

State Exam for Assistant Professors  

Exam Name  Exam Dates  
MH SET (Maharashtra SET)  July 2022  
APSET (Andhra Pradesh State Eligibility Test)   December 2022 
KSET (Karnataka State Eligibility Test)  April 2022  
Kerala SET (Kerala State Eligibility Test)  24 July 2022  
TS SET (Telangana State Eligibility Test)  Not Available yet  
JK SET (Jammu & Kashmir State Eligibility Test) 24 July 2022 
WB SET (West Bengal State Eligibility Test)  Not Available yet  

TET for School Teachers  

Exam Name  Exam Dates  
CTET (Central Teacher Eligibility Test)  December 2022 (Tentative)  
UPTET (Uttar Pradesh Teacher Eligibility Test)  Not yet released  
OTET (Odisha Teacher Eligibility Test)  29 August 2022  
KTET (Kerala Teacher Eligibility Test)  May 2022  
MAHA TET (Maharashtra Teacher Eligibility Test)  To be notified  
MP TET (Madhya Pradesh Teacher Eligibility Test)  To be notified  
HP TET (Himachal Pradesh Teacher Eligibility Test) To be notified  
Tripura TET (Tripura Teacher Eligibility Test)  To be notified  
REET (Rajasthan Eligibility Examination for Teacher)  To be notified  
KARTET (Karnataka Teachers Eligibility Test)  To be notified  

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State PSC Exams  

State PSCs or Public Service Commissions are the state-level organizations responsible for administering exams for non-gazetted and gazetted positions. Every state has its own PSC, which recruits qualified applicants for a variety of positions based on available positions. This article provides an overview of the State Public Service Commission where you may get the details for your preferred position. This exam is for entry-level posts available in the state administration.  

Exam name Exam Date 
Andhra Pradesh Public Service Commission (APPSC)  January 2023
Arunachal Pradesh Public Service Commission  To be announced 
Assam Public Service Commission (APSC) 18/08/2022 
Bihar Public Service Commission (BPSC)  30/09/2022 
Chhattisgarh Public Service Commission  15/09/2022 
Goa Public Service Commission  29.03.2022 and 30.03.2022 
Gujarat Public Service Commission (GPSC) 27/09/2022, 28/09/2022, 04/10/2022 
Haryana Public Service Commission (HPSC)  26/04/2022 
Himachal Pradesh Public Service Commission  16/10/2022 
Jammu and Kashmir Public Service Commission 21/11/2022 
Jharkhand Public Service Commission  28/01/2022-30/01/2022 
Karnataka Public Service Commission (KPSC) 31/05/2022 
Kerala Public Service Commission (Kerala PSC)  15 & 28 May 2022, 19 June, 2 & 16 July 2022 
Madhya Pradesh Public Service Commission  24 to 29 November 2022 
Manipur Public Service Commission  26, 27, 29 May 2022 
Maharashtra Public Service Commission (MPSC)  7,8, 9th May 2022 
Meghalaya Public Service Commission  19/03/2022 
Mizoram Public Service Commission  21/04/2022 – 26/04/2022 
Nagaland Public Service Commission  Last week of November 2022 
Orissa Public Service Commission  16/10/2022 
Punjab Public Service Commission, PPSC 25/09/2022 
Rajasthan Public Service Commission  25/02/2022, 26/02/2022 
Sikkim Public Service Commission  To be notified 
Tamil Nadu Public Service Commission (TNPSC) 22/12/2022 
Tripura Public Service Commission  16/10/2022 
Telangana Public Service Commission (TSPSC)  08/09/2022 – 29/08/2022 
Uttar Pradesh Public Service Commission (UPPSC)  27/09/2022, 29/09/2022, 02/10/2022 
Uttarakhand Public Service Commission  (UKPSC)28th January 2023  to 31st January 2023
West Bengal Public Service Commission  19/07/2022 

Banking Exams

Banking exams are conducted by banks for recruitment. Candidates who have successfully completed their graduation in any stream can apply for banking jobs in India. The most popular and sought-after banking exams that are conducted every year include SBI PO, Bank PO, IBPS Clerk, SBI Clerk, RBI Grade B, UPSC CDS, and others.

In order to get a job in a bank, you need to score well in these competitive exams. If you have an aptitude for numbers and calculations and if you are good at reasoning then the probability of your success is very high. You need to be prepared physically as well as mentally because these exams are not easy at all.

Exam NameImportant Dates
RBI Assistant

2023 Notification release – January’23 (Tentative)

Preliminary Examination – To Be Updated

Mains Examination – To Be Updated


2022 Notification release – 06/06/2022

Preliminary Examination – 07/08/2022, 13/08/2022, 14/08/2022, 20/08/2022, 21/08/2022

Mains Examination – 24/09/2022

2023 Notification – July 2023 [Tentative]


2022 Notification release – 06/06/2022

Preliminary Examination – 07/08/2022, 13/08/2022, 14/08/2022, 20/08/2022, 21/08/2022

Mains Examination: 01/10/2022

2023 Notification – July 2023 [Tentative]


2022 Notification release – 01/08/2022

Preliminary Examination – 15/10/2022, 16/10/2022, 22/10/2022

Mains Examination: 26/11/2022

2023 Notification – July 2023 [Tentative]

IBPS Clerk

2022 Notification release – 30th June 2022

Preliminary Examination – 03/09/2022, 04/09/2022

Mains Examination – 08/10/2022

2023 Notification – Yet to be Updated


2022 Notification release – November 2022 (Tentative)

Online Exam: 24/12/2022, 31/12/2022

2023 Notification – Yet to be Updated

SBI PO Exam Date 2022

SBI PO Notification 2022 Release – 21/09/2022

SBI PO Prelims Exam Date– 17/12/2022, 18/12/2022, 19/12/2022, and 20/12/2022

SBI PO Mains Exam Date -January/February 2023


2022 Notification release – 30th August 2022

Preliminary Examination – To be Updated

Mains Examination – To be Updated

2023 Notification – November 2023 [Tentative]

SBI Clerk

2022 Notification release– 6th September 2022

Prelims – 12/11/2022, 19/11/2022, 20/11/2022 [Tentative]

Mains – December [Tentative]

2023 Notification – Yet to be Updated

LIC AAO2023 Notification – Yet To Be Updated
NIACL AO2023 Notification – Yet To Be Updated

The IBPS tests consist of three phases: preliminary, main, and interview. The posts include IBPS PO, IBPS Clerk, IBPS SO, IBPS RRB PO, IBPS RRB SCALE 2, IBPS RRB SCALE 3, and IBPS SO.   

The other exams under the banking exams include Bank of India Recruitment, Canara Bank PO, Nainital bank recruitment, JK Bank PO, PNB SO, Indian Bank PO, Bank of Baroda PO, IDBI Executive, Federal bank PO, South Indian Bank Clerk, Bank of Baroda SO, Syndicate Bank PO, South Indian Bank PO, Lakshmi Vilas Bank PO, and Central Bank of India SO. Moreover, the recruiting body for these exams is the concerned bank itself.   

Why Government Exams?

Government jobs in India are one of the most sought-after professions. Many candidates consider passing a government exam as it provides numerous benefits during their tenure and after retirement as well. Furthermore, government jobs provide security and stability, even beyond retirement.  

  • Government jobs provide considerable power and influence.  
  • The more the length of service and the quality-of-service record, the higher the likelihood of promotion and appraisals.  
  • You directly contribute to nation-building by your contribution to the country.  
  •  You earn money while you are enjoying. The majority of occupations in the government sector have restricted hours and are far less stressful than positions in the private sector.  
  • If the position is desk-based, it will be mostly clerical in nature; clerical occupations have a set procedure, and the process is subject to change depending on industry demands. That gives exposure in many fields. 
  • In addition to the paid vacations, you may also take advantage of unpaid study leaves for a period of 24 months. 
  • After retirement, government employees get a pension. 
  • Government personnel effortlessly balance their professional and personal lives due to fixed working hours. 
  • You get a paycheck on a fixed certain date regardless of whether the economy is in recession or thriving. 
  • In government job, specialization in a specific field is at times not asked because proper training is provided after selection. 
  • Employees get paid leave – Privilege Leave (PL), Casual Leave (CL), Medical Leave (ML), Maternity Leave (ML), Paternity Leave (PL), and Earned Leaves (EL) 

Important Details About Government Exams

There are government professions that involve public interaction which may be quite demanding at times. The majority of government employment has less burden than private-sector positions, allowing more free time. You may use your leisure time to pursue hobbies such as reading, playing an instrument, performing in plays, or engaging in any other social activities. In addition, you can even choose to study for examinations for higher-level government jobs, which will bring more perks to you.  

With the adoption of the seventh pay commission, the salaries of government employees and private sector employees are now comparable. People no longer believe that earnings in the private sector are superior to those in the public sector.  

The above-mentioned are the perks that employees of government jobs involve. These points motivate lakhs of aspirants to appear and make it their best to clear those exams.


Practically all government exams come with unmatched advantages and benefits, but there are a select handful that surpass the others in terms of money, privileges, perks, powers, and social status. The best governmental examinations are mentioned below: 

  • UPSC Civil Services Exams: The UPS exams are regarded as the nation’s most prestigious examinations. 
  • IBPS PO: The Institute of Banking Personnel Selection administers this examination to hire qualified candidates for the job of probationary officers in different banks throughout the nation. 
  • SBI PO: The State Bank of India administers this examination to hire qualified individuals for the job of probationary officers in different Indian banks. 
  • SSC CGL: Inspector of Income Tax, Inspector (Central Excise), Inspector (Preventive Officer), Inspector (Examiner), Assistant Section Officer, Statistical Investigator Gr.II, etc. are some of the common positions filled through this examination. 
  • RRB, the biggest employer in India, administers tests for thousands of positions. The position in the railroads is very prestigious and pays well. 
  • Indian Railways conducts the RRB Group D test to hire personnel. Railways are the country’s biggest employment. Railway announces Group D posts annually. Cabin guy, welder, gatekeeper, etc. are Group D jobs. Group D test consists of a CBT and a PET. 
  • RRB NTPC- Another significant railway recruitment test. First and second levels are computer-based tests. Third is a talent exam, and fourth is document verification and medical checkup. 
  • SSC Multi-Tasking Staff- SSC MTS is administered by the staff selection commission, a top government employer. SSC examinations are required for eligibility. The straightforward recruiting procedure includes a computer-based exam and a written test. 
  • SSC CHSL- Through this test, the SSC hires postal assistants, data input operators, lower divisional clerks, and other government personnel. This exam comprises of a computer-based examination, a written test, and a skill test. The one-hour, 200-marks written exam has two-point questions. 
  • IBPS conducts tests to hire clerks for public sector banks. IBPS clerical examinations are simple. IBPS is known for its quick results release. This exam has preliminary, main, and language tests. 

Government exams are the ones that government organizations conduct to provide government jobs. Furthermore, there are about 164 different government exams, and various organizations conduct these exams. A few of them are mentioned below:- 

  1. SSC Combined Higher Secondary Level (SSC CHSL) 
  2. SSC Multi-Tasking Staff (SSC MTS) 
  3. SSC General Duty Constable (SSC GD Exam) 
  4. SSC Grade C and Grade D Stenographer (SSC Stenographer) 
  5. RRB Assistant Loco Pilot (RRB ALP) 
  6. Railway Group D (RRB/RRC Group D) 
  7. Indian Army Exam for the post of Technical Entry Scheme, Mahila Constables, Soldiers, Junior Commissioned Officers for Catering 
  8. Indian Navy Exam for the post of Sailor, Artificer Apprentice and Senior Secondary Recruits (SSR) 
  9. Security Forces 
  10. Border Security Force (BSF) 
  11. Central Reserve Police Force (CRPF) 
  12. Sashastra Seema Bal (SSB) 
  13. Indo-Tibetan Border Police Force (ITBP) 
  14. Central Industrial Security Force (CISF) 
  15. Indian Coast Guard Exam for the post of Sailors, Technicians, Assistant Commandants and Airmen 
  16. All India Entrance Exam NDA for Armed Forces (National Defence Academy) 
  17. RRB ALP 
  18. RRB Group D  
  19. SSC  
  20. UPSC Exam 
  21. UPSC CAPF  
  22. AFCAT Exam  
  23. LIC ADO  
  24. LIC AAO 
  25. LIC ADO Syllabus  
  26. NIACL 
  27. SBI PO  
  28. IBPS 
  29. IBPS PO 
  30. IBPS Specialist Officers 
  31. IBPS CWE  
  32. IBPS RRB CWE  
  33. RBI Grade B 

List of competitive exams in India after Graduation 

  1. Civil Services Examination
  2. Indian Economic Service Examination
  3. Indian Statistical Service Examination
  4. Combined Defence Services Examination (CDSE)
  5. National Defence Academy & Naval Academy Examination
  6. Combined Medical Services Examination
  7. Engineering Services Examinations
  8. Staff Selection for different Cadres
  9. Exam for different posts through Reserve Bank of India Services Board
  10. National Bank for Agriculture & Rural Development (NABARD)
  11. Exam for Telecom Officers in the Department of Telecommunications
  12. GATE
  13. CEED
  14. NIFT Entrance Exam

Top-to-bottom method: Sectionize the curriculum. Google/YouTube/Quora, etc., can provide basic, dependable information. Take notes. Continue editing notes. Buy books with past test questions. Obey them. Once you attain a one-minute-per-question limit (for reasoning and mathematics alone) with above 90% correctness, purchase online mocks. Weekly mocks. In the final 30 days before the paper, do 4–5 mocks every week. 

  1. Indian Railway Jobs: – Most of you probably seek for railway government jobs regularly. Indian railway employment are well-known. You may browse the newest railway jobs online. Indian railway is great for women. They recruit railway board members every year. Top government recruiting is another name. New govt vacancy boosts country’s empowerment. It helps youngsters perceive job prospects and advancement. Reservations for educated women in railway positions. Indian railroads government employment provides an excellent income, benefits, and more. Travel passes, retirement benefits, health care, housing, etc. 
  2. Women also choose bank PO and clerk jobs. Online application for government banking jobs. Visit their official website to apply for government employment and check the career page for bank PO and Clerk hiring. Recently, the government created a transfer policy for candidates, allowing females to move anytime they wish. 
  3. SSC CGL: Staff Selection Commission delivers the newest govt jobs in India annually. SSC govt jobs for women employ for central government departments including customs, CBI, and income tax. SSC government jobs provide development and stability. SSC’s female-reservation policy is its finest feature. Which boosts government job chances? SSC CGL reservation includes divorced or unmarried women. 
  4. UPSC jobs: -UPSC offers female government employment (Union Public Service Commission). This civil service offers IPS, IFS, and IAS employment. UPSC is required for all government jobs. This prominent government post offers financial support. 
  5. PSU jobs: – If you don’t mind studying hard. Then apply to PSU (Public Service Undertaking). PSU reserves spots for women. It employs more women, making it ideal for girls. 

Upcoming Major Govt exams include 

SSC JE 2021-22 [Tier-1 Exam] 


SSC Stenographer 2021-22 CBT 


SSC Delhi Police Constable 2021-22 (CBE) 


SSC GD Constable 2022 [Tier-1 Exam] 


Engineering Services (Preliminary) Examination, 2023 


Combined Geo-Scientist (Preliminary) Examination, 2023 


Reserved for UPSC RT/ Examination 


CBI (DSP) LDCE, 2023 




Reserved for UPSC RT/ Examination 


N.D.A. & N.A. Examination (I), 2023 


Civil Services (Preliminary) Examination, 2023 


I.E.S./I.S.S. Examination, 2023 


Combined Geo-Scientist (Main) Examination, 2023 


Engineering Services (Main) Examination, 2023 


Reserved for UPSC RT/ Examination 


Combined Medical Services Examination, 2023 


Central Armed Police Forces (ACs) Examination, 2023 


N.D.A. & N.A. Examination (II), 2023 


C.D.S. Examination (II), 2023 


Civil Services (Main) Examination, 2023 


Indian Forest Service (Main) Examination, 2023 


S.O./Steno (GD-B/GD-I) LDCE 


  1. Exam Prep: – Before starting test preparation, candidates must have complete information. Candidates must read the test notice carefully. This will tell them the exam schedule and other details. Next, verify your eligibility. Check the test syllabus and start studying.
  2. Strategize: – After gathering test information, create a plan. Your approach must cover all test topics. Include bathing, eating, sleeping, etc. in your agenda. Make a daily routine for discipline.
  3. Update:  – Every government test includes current events. A student must follow international events. The Hindu and Indian Express are reputable publications. You may also subscribe to Utkarsh Classes’ Kumar Gaurav Sir’s Daily Current Affairs for daily news. This guide will help you properly cover current events.
  4. 4. Practice reasoning and aptitude: – Government examinations assess aptitude and reasoning. Candidates need acute Aptitude and reasoning abilities. More questions will enhance this area. Students may acquire section-specific booklets with practise questions.
  5. 5. Solve old test papers: – Solving old test problems gives pupils a sense of the exam’s format. They’ll also know the exam curriculum, paper layout, and marking structure. Solving these problems will help students allocate time to each segment.
  6. 6. Take notes: – Long-term, taking notes may help kids. Students that take notes train their brains to recall and write, which helps them in exams. Last-minute adjustments benefit from handwritten notes.

AS (UPSC CSE) officials are among India’s highest-paid officials. According to the new pay structure, an IAS officer’s base salary is INR 56,100/-. 7th Pay Commission: IAS beginning pay is INR 70,000. IAS salary 2022 includes basic pay, HRA, TA, DA, medical allowance, and more. Other IAS benefits: Security, transportation, medical benefits, phone/internet expenses, newspaper, and study leaves are provided. The Indian government offers the finest pay packages to UPSC CSE candidates. The grade pay for UPSC CSE candidates (IAS, IPS, IFS, IA&AS, IPoS, etc.) is 5400 in the Rs. 15,600–39,100 Pay Band.