Jobs for Fresher

Pratik Verma, INN/Hyderabad

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In this world of growing population, the over growing population has its own draw backs, the biggest rising problem with the population is the resources are not enough to fulfill the demand of the public. In the population of around 130crores there are only a half number of jobs which are available to the general public. The unemployment and the lack of skill set has made the youth hopeless.

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India as an upcoming biggest growing economy alone produce 10 crore graduates every year, specialized in various fields but still unemployed. The jobs for a fresher are very difficult to get, as every company wants a specialized and experienced candidate to be placed within the company. The statistics of getting placed in a company for a fresher is very bad. Due to this reason, there are tons of candidate waiting for a job and struggling with unemployment and being broke.

Graduate but Not Getting Jobs?

Generally, people think (specially freshers who have just completed their schooling) that after the completion of the college they will somehow going to get a job. There are many government as well as private universities that fulfill these demands, but what about the colleges that doesn’t have such a great reputation and can not get you placed in a campus selection job. The colleges like IITs and MBBS gives a clear goal to the students after the completion of there bachelor’s degree and even provide the students a good salary package job.

There are various number of openings for internships as well as for the jobs in the application like Internshala, Linked in, Kormo jobs by Google and many other applications like that. Which offers the jobs and paid internships to the freshers as well as to the students who are perusing their 12th. Some students do not want to get indulge with any private internships and jobs and want a permanent and secure jobs (government jobs).

Government Jobs after Graduation

There are students with different interests, different mind sets different passion as well, they choose to be in various fields like Administration, income tax, Defence, Railways and other government jobs which has a secure future. As a fresher a person can enroll into defence examination during his last year in the school(12th) NDA the dream of every defence aspirant who wants to join any branch of defence like ARMY, NAVY and AIR FORCE. The level of difficulty of NDA is much higher then, the other 12th based job exams like Airman X and Y group, Army rally and exams like Marchant NAVY. If someone wants to join directly as an officer then he can go for the exams such as Air Force Common Admission Test (AFCAT) and Combined Defence Service (CDS) the level of the examination is graduation based.

If someone wants to go into the field of administration then he can prepare for India’s one of the toughest exams of Indian Administrative Services (IAS) conducted twice in every year by Union Public Selection Commission (UPSC). The education qualification for this exam is a bachelor’s degree in any subject. The chances of cracking this exam are negligible, if you are not focused enough.

If we talk about the Railways and other government jobs like income tax and many more. For the railways candidates has a verity of choices and divisions in which he/she wants to get enrolled in, there are positions just after the completion of 8th and 10th class. Further entries after 12th and the graduation level are also available but the level of examination keeps on increasing with the qualification level it needs. There are tons of examinations which have a good job profile and a secure future. Exams like CJL, GATE, TET, CTET and many others.

There are lot of jobs openings available to the youth of the country but the competition level in these exams is very high due to the high population and unemployment.

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