UPSC is a Constitutional Body under Article 315-323 Part XIV Chapter II of the Constitution of India to discharge their duties, functions and obligations assigned under Article 320. The UPSC conducts various examinations in accordance with the Rules of examination as notified by the Government of India in a just, fair and impartial manner for making a merit based selection and recommendation of candidates for various Group A and Group B Services of the Govt. of India. The moment you complete your graduation or post graduation, a nasty question of an employment appears before you. Many of you have immense potential to achieve the best in life but on account of lack of career guidance go for low level of employment or choose wrong career and sulk in frustration and disappointment for the life.
So, this is an enlightening attempt to provide you the best guidance to make you aware what possible opportunities are for you to achieve what you can.
There are innumerable opportunities of the employment for you in the public sector (Government Sector) after the completion of your graduation. You can aspire for the prestigious services like IAS, IPS, IFS, IRS, etc under the Central government and DyCollector, DySP, Tahasildar, Block Development Officer, Police Sub-Inspector(PSI), Sales Tax Inspector (STI), etc under the State governments, there are about 100 various fields under the Central and State governments where you can be posted at the very important or key positions.
All these posts are filled in on the basis of competitive examinations which you can appear after completion of your graduation or in the final year of your graduation.
The recruitment for super Class I, Class II and Class III services, which are also called as Group A, Group B and Group C services under the central government is made by the organisations like UPSC And SSC. While the similar services under the state governments are recruited by the State Public Service Commissions of the concerned States.