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Why Is It High Time To Think About Canara Bank, BSNL And BSF Recruitment 2013

by Arpit Seth Operation Head
Thousands of posts are notified for the interested candidates from different organisations every year. With a number of organisations doing the thing, posts open for competition among the job aspirants in India can go into hundreds of thousands. This is the time, when people in search of employment need to be up on their toes and give their best to convert the opportunities into success.

To start a prospective career, candidates have to be alert and think about their preferences in companies. Although all kinds of jobs are possible to be taken up, depending on education, yet the job scenario in India is bright enough for people to make choices. At a time when the world is entering into 2013, candidates can think about their futures and seek employment in organisations like Canara Bank, in the banking sector, BSNL in the public sector undertakings and the BSF in the armed forces. In fact, these three sectors are among the largest recruiting employers in India.

Canara Bank with huge selections through IBPS 2013 – With the previous year 2012, showing promising recruitment profiles in Canara Bank through the IBPS CWE for clerks, probationary officers and specialist officers, a lot of candidates are awaiting their final selection list. About 10000 candidates have been interviewed for 2000 clerk posts while 11000 applicants have been shortlisted for 2000 PO posts. Again, the time has come for the IBPS or Institute of Banking Personnel Selection to carry out its written exam and interview in 2013 for Canara Bank recruitment 2013 from the eligible candidates from these exams. Those, who get the requisite score in the CWE for clerks, POs and specialist officers and are interviewed, can submit their applications for Canara Bank recruitment 2013, when called for. If this is the aim they have chosen for themselves, then they should better start preparing for the written exams because these will probably be held in the month of March/April 2013.

Big organisation with constant recruitment drives – BSF or Border Security Force is one of the wings of the armed forces of India, under the Ministry of Home Affairs, to prevent insurgency and fighting in the border areas. Over the years, the BSF has become a large organisation, protecting the Indian borders. It requires huge manpower to perform its functions with sincerity and dedication. Currently, the BSF recruitment 2013 is underway, where Assistant Sub Inspector as stenographers and head constable ministerial positions to the tune of some 400 posts has been advertised. After the applications have been received, the candidates will be appearing in the physical test and written rounds in the current year and their results will be announced. Those hopeful of a success in the selection process should therefore prepare themselves in the requisite manner and perform well when the time comes. The officer cadre posts are filled up by the UPSC or the BSF itself or officers are deputed from other wings of the armed forces or police department.

Large organisation and varied manpower in plenty in BSNL –Undoubtedly, everyone is aware of how big the BSNL or Bharat Sanchar Nigam Limited is. So, it is also a natural conclusion that there is need of manpower to manage the activities of the organisation in the entire country. Variety of posts will be advertised for, in BSNL recruitment 2013, starting from Junior Telecom Officers, to DGMs, the latter being already published. Region wise selection would be done for the posts of Technical Assistants and engineers in the department. Hence, candidates aiming for the organisation need to be alert about the advertisements and prepare themselves accordingly.

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