Sarkari Exams/Naukri 2020 Updates Exam Date, Syllabus, Admit Card, Results Recruitment 2020


  1. Job security: This is the one factor that can lure any aspirant towards the government job. In the private sector, there is always a fear of losing a job, even if you are an employee of the Month\Quarter\Year.
    What matters most is your current performance and either you are profitable to the organisation.
  2. Perks and allowances: The perks given to a central government employee are quite good. Can you ever think of getting a home in south Delhi to suppose your CTC is 15 LPA in a private firm? I don’t think so considering the deduction your company makes from your CTC, but you can easily avail 2 or 3 BHK government apartments in South Delhi which is a dream location of every Delhite, that too on a nominal deduction from your salary.
  3. Medical allowance: You can easily avail medical benefits for you and your family under central government health scheme(CGHS ), unlike private health insurance policy which will ask you thousands of questions while settling up your claim and will end up giving you peanuts saying you were not covered for this disease.
  4. Recruitment: There is a common misconception among the students in the country, that is fed by their parents to be precise, which is – government vacancies are a rare occurrence, private jobs are better. Every government job, both State and Central government will be announced publicly on their websites and in newspapers to ensure that a maximum number of candidates apply for the job throughout the year.
  5. Leaves and holidays: There are limited leaves in the private sector since the company protocol dictates it. However, all government sectors do not work on government holidays, which is better, as you can spend more quality time with your family. The government sector has the upper hand when it comes to leaves and holidays due to a huge flexibility difference.
  6. Salary: Salary is one of the biggest reasons for students to dream about private jobs since they see a lot of money being paid instead of the benefits that they can get over a longer period of time. Government sector may provide less salary compared to the private sector, but they have better benefits. Increments for government jobs are standardized, whereas the private sector jobs are pretty much annual or in some companies half-yearly too.

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