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Sarkari Naukri: Past, Present and Future

An Overview Of The Sarkari Naukri In Relation With Its Past, Present And Future

Sarkari naukri is amongst the most protected and secure job when it is compared to other jobs in India. Presently a plethora of individuals are seen applying for the government jobs in India. Most of them are attracted mainly because of the prestige and reputation that the job brings along with it. Pension plans, job security and congenial work environment are some of the key factors which allure people to apply for sarkari naukri. There has been a great transformation in the fate of sarkari naukri in India.

Glimpse on sarkari naurki’s past: There was a time when sarkari naukri or popularly called the government jobs were considered to be the “flavour of the country.” It was considered to be the most prestigious career, irrespective of your grade and profile and as the basic eligibility criteria for an individual to get married. Following independence, India revealed in the creation of the government sector jobs. The repercussions were seen long in the realms of the sarkari naukri, which went from good to becoming best in the nation. Whether you are working as a peon, clerk or as an officer, sarkari naukri of any kind was considered excellent that people could get.

A look into the present of sarkari naukri: As years rolled, common man’s views on Sarkari Naukri transformed. It evolved over time and with the advent of Private Sector, the craze for Sarkari naukri began to cease. Private sector offers attractive salaries which are much better than the salaries offered by Sarkari naukri. This attracted the working populace to join Private Sector jobs. It continued till the economy faced the Big Economic Disaster “Recession”, which reversed the entire trend. Many lost their jobs and became unemployed which made individuals realize the job insecurity attached with the private sector jobs. Individuals who ran after these highly paid jobs realized and acknowledged the importance of sarkari naukri, which made the government jobs get back their glory.

Prospects in future: At present there is a tough competition between Private Sector and Public Sector. Thanks to the successive Pay Commissions that has increased the pay for Sarkari Naukri, which further promotes the younger generation to apply for these jobs. Government of India has started advertising about these jobs through various mass media resulting in awareness of job vacancy amongst job seekers.

In the upcoming years, the government sector will recruit a good quantity of candidates for sarkari naukri. There is stiff competition amongst the students who desire getting placed in the government sector. We all are aware of the stagnant economic recession phase which was full of ups and downs. During these times, jobs are not available, but nevertheless earning money cannot be put to standstill. In such conditions, the individuals are left with the only alternative and that is government jobs.

Various survey organizations are now making forecasts and reasoning about the future progress of the government jobs. The economy will witness increased number of job opportunities owning to the fact that there will be large number of retirements in the government sector, in upcoming years. This is good news for the aspirants looking for jobs in the government sector.

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