7 Government jobs after class 12

by Narendra Pratap Job Seeker

Now that the board examinations are just around the corner, what have you thought about the future? Are you interested in studying further or do you want to start working? In case you choose the latter, many sarkari jobs ensure job security, good salary, medical and travel benefits, fixed working hours and much more. You can apply for these jobs after your examinations, as the min. edu. qualification is a higher secondary school degree. In this article, let us figure out some of the much-coveted 12th pass sarkari jobs:

  1. Defence Services

These are one of the most appreciated sarkari jobs, but only if you have the physical and mental capability for it. Choose any of the given four options: Army, Navy, Coast Guard, Protective Services.

  • Army: You can apply for Mahila Constables (General Duty), Technical Entry Scheme (TES), soldiers (male) and Junior Commissioned Officers (Catering).
  • Coast Guard: You can apply for Assistant Commandant, Navik and Yantrik, and Airmen in ICG in Technical and Group Y positions.
  • Protective Services: You can apply to the Central Reserve Police Force, Sahastra Seema Bal, Border Security Force (BSF), Indo-Tibetan Border Police Force and Central Industrial Security Force (CISF).
  • Navy: You can apply for sailor, Senior Secondary Recruits [SSR] and Artificer Apprentice posts.

  1. Union Public Service Commission (UPSC)

The Union Public Service Commission (UPSC) conducts recruitment examinations for the Navy, Air Force and Army sections.


Army: Candidates must clear Class XII from a central or state educational institute.

Naval, Air Force (10+2 Cadet Entry Scheme): Candidates must clear 10+2 from a central or state educational institute with a focus on Mathematics and Physics; should be 17–21 years old.

Selection Process

Candidates will be evaluated through written and physical tests and SSB interview.

  1. Railway Services

Railways services are another well-known option for 12th pass sarkari jobs. You can apply for the positions: ticket collector, station master, helper, assistant loco pilot, railway clerks and constables. Candidates must appear for the Railways Recruitment Examination and be aged 18–32 years, having cleared class XII from a central or state institute.

The evaluation process consists of a computer-based test for General Awareness and Intelligence, Reasoning and Arithmetic, followed by an interview.

  1. Staff Selection Commission (SSC)

12th pass sarkari jobs include the Combined Higher Secondary Level examination conducted by the SSC or Staff Selection Commission. SSC is an entry-level examination to recruit Data Entry Operators (DEO), Upper Division Clerk (UDC), Lower Division Clerk (LDC) and Postal/Sorting Assistant. Selected professionals will create and upgrade documents, procure information from the library and data pool, and maintain official records.

Candidates must have cleared Class XII from a central or state-recognised institute, and be aged between 18 and 27 years. The written exam consists of English, Quantitative Aptitude (Arithmetic), General Intelligence, and General Awareness and Current Affairs, followed by a skill test, candidates would be tested on their typing skills as well.

  1. SSC Stenographer

10+2 students can either apply to an SSC Stenographer Grade C and SSC Stenographer Grade D. The job description includes press conference briefings, PR, assisting minister and speech writing.

Candidates must clear Class XII from a central or state-recognised institute and be aged between 18–27. The examination is followed by a skill test, comprising: English, Reasoning, Comprehension and General Intelligence and Awareness.

  1. Special Class Railway Apprentices (SCRA)

The UPSC regulates Special Class Railway Apprentices (SCRA) examinations as well to recruit railway apprentices. Candidates are evaluated through written examinations in English, chemistry, physics, mathematics, general knowledge and mental ability test. This is followed by a personal interview and a medical test.

  1. State Police

Candidates must have cleared their Class XII from a central or state-recognised educational institute to apply for a position in the State Police. Male candidates must be aged between 20 and 22 years, while female candidates must be between 20 and 25 years of age.

If you have completed your higher secondary studies or are about to do so, and do not want to study further just yet, you can apply for 12th pass sarkari jobs even now. Also, you can do sarkari naukri even while pursuing an undergraduate degree.

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