Government Job Exams in December 2023: The month of December has started and many exams are going to be held for important government jobs this month, which include IBPS SO Prelims, BPSC CCE Mains and PGCIL Diploma Trainee exams. Through these recruitment examinations, candidates will be able to get government jobs. Let us know about these examinations.
IBPS SO 2023 Prelims Exam
The preliminary exam for IBPS Specialist Officer (SO) recruitment has been scheduled on 30th and 31st December. This exam will be conducted to select candidates for 1,402 vacancies across the country. Whereas the candidates who are successful in the prelims examination will be given a chance to appear in the main examination. Let us tell you, IBPS SO 2023 main examination will be held on January 28, 2024.
BPSC CCE Main Exam
BPSC CCE 69th Main Exam will be conducted till 6th December. BPSC Exam 2023 is being conducted to recruit candidates for more than 475 vacant posts in various departments under the Government of Bihar. Let us tell you, the preliminary examination was conducted on 30 September and the result came on 11 November.
Punjab Haryana High Court Stenographer
Punjab Haryana High Court Stenographer Computer Based Test (CBT) is going to be organized on 16th December. This examination will be conducted for total vacancy of 7 posts in Punjab Haryana High Court. Admit cards for this will be released on the official website on December 8. Candidates applying for the post will be selected on the basis of Computer Based Test, Shorthand Test and Spreadsheet Test.
PGCIL Diploma Trainee
Power Grid Corporation of India Limited (PGCIL) has announced a total of 425 vacancies for Diploma Trainee post in various disciplines. The examination for this will be conducted on 5th December. Earlier this examination was to be conducted on 24th November. After which the date was extended.
OPSC Ayurvedic Medical Officer
Odisha Public Service Commission will conduct written examination on December 3 to recruit candidates for the post of Ayurvedic Medical Officer on 116 vacant seats across the state. Let the candidates know that they cannot enter the examination center without admit card.