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    bhavana vijayan
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    Can I get a government job after completing +2(M,P,C) with 69.2%? When should I apply for job in Indian railways or banking sector?

    Can I have a govt Job after +2 in Indian Railways or Banking sector,completed from Science stream with Math,securing 69.2 %
    Please tell me applying time and method for studying for that




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    Re: Can I get a government job after completing +2(M,P,C) with 69.2%? When should I apply for job in Indian railways or banking sector?

    The candidates who have passed XII class are eligible for certain public sector jobs. The qualification is enough to apply for junior level post as well as assistant job positions. The candidate can also apply for clerical job positions in government departments and also in public sector banks. As you have pursued XII class with mathematics as subject, you can easily crack these exams. The candidate can also apply for jobs in railways. The qualification is enough to apply for SCRA railway exam. Those who have passed 12th class with mathematics as one of the subjects are eligible. The exam is carried out once in every year.




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    Re: Can I get a government job after completing 2(M,P,C) with 69.2%? When should I apply for job in Indian railways or banking sector?

    Iam a bsc electronics graduate. Cani apply the post for asst.loco piolet exam?

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    Post Re: Can I get a government job after completing 2(M,P,C) with 69.2%? When should I apply for job in Indian railways or banking sector?

    I am complete H.S.C (maths,computerscience,physics,chemistry,tamil,eng lish) with 67.25% then ,I whould like apply post indian railways.And i complete HARDWARE&NETWORKING.

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    Re: Can I get a government job after completing 2(M,P,C) with 69.2%? When should I apply for job in Indian railways or banking sector?

    induvelu1993@gmail.com
    Re:Can I get a government job after completing 2(M,P,C,B) with 88.25% How should I apply for job in Indian railways or banking sector?
    I have completed HSC with 88.25%. Can i apply for a govt job? what govt job will suitable for my qualification & how much salary i will get?
    I am waiting for your reply..
    Thank you...

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    Question Re: Can I get a government job after completing +2(M,P,C) with 69.2%? When should I apply for job in Indian railways or banking sector?

    Quote Originally Posted by bhavana vijayan View Post
    Can I have a govt Job after +2 in Indian Railways or Banking sector,completed from Science stream with Math,securing 69.2 %
    Please tell me applying time and method for studying for that
    and what are the other fields i can go for

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    sunanda yadav
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    Re: Can I get a government job after completing +2(M,P,C) with 69.2%? When should I apply for job in Indian railways or banking sector?

    You have to graduate first in my opinion.because after graduation so many entrance exams are held for the graduates.but here is some exams for railway that is scra which is held one tine in a year from this exam u can get the gov jobs,and you asked that when u get the banking exam then for this exams you should graduate with 60% with any stream then after you can give the bank exams for clerk and po jobs in government. You have not scored bad percent your percentage is good so try for the aiee, iit, ieee, exams and get goood rank and you you take admission in government college with less fees.so think about your bright not for geting job quikly first do the good courses.all the best.

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    Re: Can I get a government job after completing 2(M,P,C) with 69.2%? When should I apply for job in Indian railways or banking sector?

    i am abinash to need apply banking or raliway but i got 49 persentage & sc catagory please replay me.

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