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Central Govt Jobs 2020: Modi Government To Offer Central Government Jobs without interviews

by Bellamkonda

HYDERABAD: In a good News to all the people who were in search of jobs, and to those who were waiting for government jobs the central Government led By Prime Minister Narendra Modi had announced that recruitment for government jobs without Interview process. Centre had announced that there will not be any interview for the Group B (Non Gazetted),Group C posts.

This decision of the Modi government applies to 23 of the 28 states in the country and 8 Union Territories. This also applies to the newly formed regions of Jammu Kashmir and Ladakh.  

This is the assurance given by the Prime Minister on the occasion of Independence Day on August 15, 2015, five years ago. Union Minister Jitendra Singh commented that this was also one of the biggest reforms undertaken by the Department of Personnel and Training-DoPT.

 Union Minister Jitendra Singh said in 2015 that Prime Minister Narendra Modi had suggested that the candidate and his family were getting  anxious and scared since the interview call came and therefore the interviews should be canceled and candidates should be selected for jobs only through written tests.  

The Modi government, which has been working hard to create central government jobs without interviews, has announced the decision altogether. The decision was announced to take effect from January 1, 2016.

While states like Maharashtra and Gujarat have shown interest in implementing this decision immediately, while some other states have expressed their displeasure. There was still a delay in convincing the states. The decision will take effect in 23 states and union territories.  

Many candidates in the past have expressed concern over the low marks in the interview despite getting good marks in the written exams. There were also allegations of taking money and manipulating marks in interviews which will come to an end with this decision. Now that the interviews have been canceled, the merit list will be prepared based on the marks obtained in the written test, which will give equal opportunities to all, DOPT officials said.

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