It is a dream of almost every Indian to join the Government of India and serve the masses. To transform this dream into reality the government has introduced several lucrative jobs for the month of March 2017. There are openings across all sectors in the Government. For Banking we have the SBI Hiring 255 Officers In Specialized Positions for Wealth Management interested can apply by 10 April not only this Indian Bank issued Applications for 16 Dealer (Stock Broking), Equity Research Analyst, and other Posts.
The candidates who aspire to serve the Aviation Industry we have the Hindustan Aeronautics Limited which has openings for Test Pilot posts. The candidates who have served the Indian armed forces as a Wing Commander or equivalent rank with at-least three years of service can try their luck for this opening apart from this people who are a little enigmatic and aspire to work for intelligence can try their luck out with the opportunities provided by the reputed National Investigation Agency (NIA), New Delhi. The organization of repute has 27 vacancies of System Analysts, Network Administrators and Others. An applicant must have a Masters Degree along with relevant experience.
Therefore there are many respected government jobs up for grabs for the month of March. To name a few others we have vacancies in Himachal Pradesh Public Service Commission, Directorate of Agriculture. There are also 550 Subject Teacher Vacancies at Rashtriya Madhyamik Shiksha Abhiyan, J&K, also ITI Limited Bangalore has openings for 06 Posts of Mathematicians. This month hence provides ample opportunities for desirous candidates to excel in life by achieving these jobs and securing their future. Most of these jobs not only provide the satisfaction of a government tag on them, apart from that the ensure cover even after retirement, by providing the option of pension, gratuity, House Rental Allowance, Medical Allowance and other post specific benefits.
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