The Top 5 Easiest Government Exams to Crack


The Top 5 Easiest Government Exams to Crack


The competition to be part of the Indian Administrative Service (IAS) or any other govt job can be quite tough and daunting, especially with all the preparation involved. But just how difficult are the exams? What is required in order to crack them? This article discusses the top 5 easiest government exams and what you need to know about each one so that you can prepare accordingly. Let’s get started!


The Top 5 Easiest Government Exams to Crack

#1. Police Constable (GD)

To become a police constable, all you need is a school level certificate. Given that, it’s not surprising that Police Constable (GD) is one of the easiest government exams in India to crack. After clearing your exam, you will be posted as a security guard at an important location like an airport or a court. In addition to getting paid for your work, you also get to enjoy various perks such as free housing and food. As a bonus, there are no specific educational requirements for these posts and hence even those with only basic education can apply.


#2. Postal Assistant (GDS)

The Postal Assistant is one of many exams that falls under Group D. In order to qualify for a Group D position, you must have a bachelor’s degree (or equivalent) and some work experience. You will need to take an exam called Postal Exam 473 in order to be considered for employment as a postal assistant. This test consists of 100 multiple choice questions.


#3. Trainee Sub-Inspector in Railway Protection Force (RPF)

This exam is conducted by Union Public Service Commission (UPSC) for recruitment of candidates for Sub-Inspector posts in RPF, Indian Railway Traffic Service (IRTS), Group ‘C’ services and other subordinate positions. The eligibility criteria are that you should be a graduate from a recognized university with not less than 50% marks or equivalent grade in aggregate. The age limit is between 21-27 years.


#4. Lower Division Clerk (LDC)

You don’t have to be a rocket scientist, because there is no competitive exam for LDC. Qualification? 10th with 45% marks or 12th with 50% marks. #3. Lower Division Clerk (LDC): The qualification required is matriculation or equivalent with 45% marks and age between 18-25 years as on 01/01/2016. However, it may vary from state to state.


#5. Stenographer Grade ‘C’ & ‘D’

The written test for Stenographer Grade ‘C’ & ‘D’ comprises a dictation of 10 minutes. The dictation carries 30 marks and each minute is given two marks. One mark is deducted for every wrong word in a sentence. The candidate has to transcribe what he hears in Hindi or English language into Devnagri script within 15 minutes.

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