In the last few years, the number of candidates appearing for SSC CGL has seen a manifold increase because this has also led to a hike in the diversity of backgrounds among the SSC aspirants. Engineering candidates have been the most prominent in this increase of aspirants for government examinations. It is a result of the meltdown of the global economy in 2008 and the subsequent fall in the global IT industry. Most of the candidates have understood the importance of job security and job stability over a lucrative pay package and inhuman stress. In this article, we shall present to you the reasons of choosing SSC CGL over any GATE job in government sectors across the country.
SSC CGL vs. GATE jobs: Which one to go for?
GATE is the best option for engineers to get a job in the top most companies of our country such as ONGC, Oil India, Indian Oil Corporation, BHEL, etc. and many engineering graduates go for it after/during their graduation. On the other hand, there has been a spurt in the number of candidates in SSC CGL belonging to the engineering discipline. So, what option should you go for? It is the question of the hour. Let us see the fine points of the both jobs. So that, you get an idea-
SSC CGL is the best option available for candidates aspiring to get government jobs, since UPSC takes a lot of time and frankly speaking, it is always better to have a backup option before you take that final plunge for UPSC Civil Services. GATE jobs will not even offer you the opportunity to prepare for something else. Prepare your heart out and give your best so that by the end of 2018, you are recognized as a government servant working for the Government of India.
All the Best !!
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