available for the students who cleared class 10th and 12th. Here we will discuss about the jobs availabilities after Class 10th and 12th.Class 10th and 12th also called the SSC and HSC respectively are the board classes in India. Students studies hard to achieve higher marks in the examination which open various gates of opportunities in future. These two classes are most important classes of the schools not only because these are board classes but also the score in such classes are considered by the universities, companies and other organization to make a brighter career.
These are the initial steps to start a brighter career. But sometimes some students have to adopt job just after these classes to earn money. There are many options of jobs available in our country after completing 10th and 12th.
After completing 10th/12th Pass (2017) education students often find themselves at the cross roads and they are start trying to make their future bright in Govt or Public Sector. Most of the 10th/12th pass jobs seekers want to know about the right path for their future after schooling. Here we updates all various Govt Jobs 2017 and career opportunities which are available for the students after 10th/12th basis as Indian Army, Indian Navy, Air Force, Railway, UPSC, Banking, Police Departments, Under Ministry departments and Govt public sector released in year 2017.
1. UPSC Competitions
2. Staff Selection Commission
3. Employment in Defence Services
In addition to the NDA examination discussed earlier, there are several other opportunities to the male school leavers with 10+2/Matriculation qualifications in all the three branches of defence services, which are as under:
(a) Indian Army
(b) Indian Airforce
(c) Indian Navy
(d) Coast Guard
(e) Merchant Navy
(f) Protective Services
Careers in Financial Institutions:
There are many financial institutions like Commercial Banks, the Reserve Bank of India (RBI), National Bank for Agriculture and Rural Development (NABARD), Regional Rural Banks (RRBs), Life Insurance Corporation of India (LIC) and General Insurance Corporation (GIC), which regularly recruit personnel for positions like clerks, clerical assistants or assistants. Educational qualification for most of these positions is 10+2/Higher Secondary/Matriculation with good division.