See which posts have come for Group C recruitment in Uttar Pradesh (Recruitment of Babus)

Group ‘C Recruitment Uttar Pradesh Uttar Pradesh News (Samuh g ki Bharti 2022) : Government jobs are the most sought after career options for the youth. Group C recruitment comes under level 1 to 5 in 7th CPC.

The Government of India or a state government in India classifies the public servants according to the group ranking. These are Group A (Executive/Gazetted), Group-B (Gazetted/Non-Gazetted), Group C Recruitment and Group-D Recruitment.

Group ‘C Recruitment Uttar Pradesh

UPSSSC (Uttar Pradesh Subordinate Services Selection Commission) released the official notification regarding PET (Preliminary Examination) application. Interested and eligible candidates can visit the official website for registration.

UPSSSC PET exam 2022 is for candidates who want to apply for Group B and C posts. Candidates who succeed in the UPSSSC pet 2022 exam will be eligible for the UPSSSC mains exam 2022.

There is good news for the youth waiting for recruitment to the vacant posts of Group ‘C’. Uttar Pradesh Subordinate Services Selection Commission is preparing to conduct examinations for recruitment to 6000 + posts.

Prelims qualification examination (pet) has been conducted in up for recruitment on Group ‘C’ posts.

In future all types of Group C Government jobs which will be conducted by UPSSSC will be required to clear this exam.

Even in today’s times, being an Indian government employee brings great pride and respect due to countless perks, high entry-level salaries and most job security.

Today, Indian youth are not only attracted to government jobs, but also the rights they have, but also the challenges and goals they bring with them.

To get into a job, a person has to go through various competitive exams, in which millions of people participate and fight for limited seats.

If you are also looking for a career as a government employee, first you have to understand your prospects.

What is Group C ?: Group C these are public servants who are posted in various non-supervisory roles. However, candidates working in these posts can be promoted to a higher level, just like most other posts in the government sector.

Persons working in these positions do not have any significant administrative positions. These candidates are usually selected through SSC (Staff Selection Commission) entrance examinations.

For example: Section Heads, principal clerks, stenographers, tax assistants, typists, telephone operators and persons holding similar positions in the Armed Forces.

The basic pay scale of these Government Employees is between Rs 5,200 to Rs 20,200. The 7th Pay Commission merged the Groups – C and D so that they could fall into the same pay band.

In addition, the jobs are still the same, as there is still a significant difference between the basic salary of a group D employee and a group C employee. The starting salary of a group – C employee is between Rs 18,000 to Rs 29,200 at home.

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