7 Apr 2014

Jobs after 10+2

Staff Selection Commission
Staff Selection Commission (SSC) Examination for Higher Secondary Level (10+2) examination for the positions of Data Entry Operators/Lower Division Clerk, Stenographer (Grade ‘C’ and Grade ‘D’) and Non Technical Staff.
UPSC Competitive Examination
UPSC hold the examination twice in a year to recruit staff in the Army, Navy and Air force Wings of the NDA. One can get the position of Army Officers in Air Force and Navy. UPSC also hold the examination of Special Class Railway Apprentices Examination (SCRA) for the recruitment of Railway Apprentices.
Indian Army
There are lots of jobs in Indian Army for 10+2 passed students in Indian army for the following positions.
·         Technical Entry Scheme (TES) for Male 10+2 (PCM) candidates
·         Recruitment of Mahila Constables (General Duty)
·         Junior Commissioned Officers (Catering)
·         Recruitment of Soldiers

Indian Navy
You can apply for the following positions in Indian Navy, if you have passed 10+2 examination
·         Sailor – Senior Secondary Recruits (SSR)
·         Direct Entry 3 Year Diploma Holder
·         Cadet Entry Scheme Technical
·         Commercial Diving Course
·         Sailor – Artificer Apprentice


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