Govt Job is the dream of almost every Indian these days, and it should be, the govt. the job is considered to provide perquisites, steady income and long holidays and is presumably less demanding as compared to the corporate and private sector. Due to some true, other assumed factors a large number of aspirants apply for every Govt. job they are eligible or even over-qualified for, you might have heard the news where a large number of PG and PhD holders applied for the Peon’s Posts.
Desiring to land a lucrative job in govt. department, candidates are willing to try everything from hard work to ‘higher’ approach. Antisocial elements (read: Fake Job recruitment racket) have also become active seeing an opportunity to make a quick buck feeding on the desires of unsuspecting aspirants; many gullible youths has been trapped in the govt recruitment scams aspiring for that ‘heavenly’ job.
In this Digital age, almost all job posting and advertisement are posted online with links to the official site of the organisation. Even Indian Govt utilises the facilities of WEB to circulate recruitment advertisements or invite applications from the eligible candidates for the vacant posts.
How to Detect Fake Recruitment Advertisements
So, how to detect these fake govt jobs and not fall prey to these ludicrous schemes!?
We at Jagranjosh have witnessed several fake advertisements online and even in print media from the unscrupulous individual’s posing as representatives of Govt organisations or said Department Itself, trying to con aspirants; to pay money in form admission/registration/application fee for the ‘vacancy’ for featured posts. Aspirants, should keep in mind the points listed above and prevent falling prey to the govt recruitment scams.
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