There will no longer be interviews for government jobs


Dex. Last Saturday, Union Minister Jitendra Singh said that till now the interview has been completed for recruitment in government jobs in 23 states and eight union territories. Assuming a statement from the Ministry of Personnel, Singh said that since the year 2016, the interview for Group-B (Non-Gazetted) and Group-C posts in the Central Government has been terminated.

Along with this, the Minister said that on the occasion of Independence Day in 2015, PM Narendra Modi from the Red Fort wall had suggested to end the interview and said that the selection in the job was based on the written examination.

Along with this, he said that on the advice of Modi, the Department of Personnel and Training conducted a comprehensive exercise and completed the process of announcing the completion of the interview for recruitment in the Government of India from January 1, 2016, within three months. He told that some states like Maharashtra and Gujarat were ready to implement this rule but some states were reluctant to abolish it and wanted to get interviews for jobs.

At the same, Singh expressed satisfaction that after much persuasion and repeated reminders to the State Governments, today in all eight Union Territories of India including Jammu and Kashmir and Ladakh, 23 out of 28 states of India stopped conducting interviews. is.

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