Nowadays, SSC field is basically infested with engineers as five out ten people who are joining these days have engineering as their graduation subject. In the interview level itself, it is observed that a huge number of engineering candidates are there to be interviewed in order to get a place in SSC. This is a pretty new trend especially after the boom of IT industry in India in the first decade of the 21st century. People were then reluctant to even think about a government Job. However, now they are mainly focused on SSC after degree. Let’s find out the reasons, Why?
SSC after Engineering: Why?
It has been a trend in the recent years that scores of engineers are now entering into the SSC sector as clerks or officers. This is very common these days for engineering students to start preparation for SSC exams after the graduation degree. Let us find out why.
Engineering sector has its own problems of not having courses designed on the lines of industry requirements. On the other hand, engineering graduates are more in number than required as of the present situation. These two factors contribute mainly to the influx of engineers in government sector jobs such as banking, insurance. Another important aspect is the pay package and job security these public sector jobs offer. SSC is open for all and engineers make the most of it, as of the present trend.
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