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6 highest paid Indian Government jobs for Millennial

Although highly educate people are shifting towards private jobs due to a lucrative salary, yet government jobs have not lost their sheen.

In India, every millions of people apply for government jobs. Job security and work life balance are far better as compared to corporate jobs. A government job will not just take care of your financial stability while you work, it will also do so after you retire. That is the reason; thousands of candidates sit for government exams every year. Our Teentalkindia expert gives a brief overview of the highest paying Government jobs in India:



  1. Indian Foreign Services (IFS): Here officers are selected through Civil services exam conducted by UPSC. These diplomats represent the country in Foreign countries. IFS officers spend two third of their tenure outside India, with a maximum stay of 3 years in one country. They get all the salaries and perks of Grade A employees, they do get an addition foreign allowance calculated on the cost of living index issued by United Nations. Salaries and perks offered:
  • Starting salary: USD 3000-4000
  • Free education in International schools for children
  • Official luxury car
  • Free medical facilities and air travel to India
  1. IAS and IPS officers:  These are the most sought after Government jobs. They get an opportunity to work in diversified fields and are a part of policy making in India. Perks, job security and power make it an appealing job. Salaries and perks offered:
  • Entry levels pay of Rs.50000 with DA.
  • Official vehicle, big bungalow and electricity on a subsidized rate
  • Government sponsorship in foreign universities for higher education
  1. Defense services: They are offered a salary and perks more than their civil counterparts. Though their work involves a lot of risk and adventure. One needs to crack NDA, CDS, AFCAT to qualify for this job. A general overview of salaries and perks offered
  • Entry level pay of Rs.50000 plus DA.
  • Free accommodation, ration, and uniform allowance
  • High altitude and child education allowance.
  • Pension post retirement.
  1. Scientists/Engineers in DRDO and ISRO: Young engineering graduates with a keen interest in Research and development can be a part of India’s growth story. Working in these organizations can earn a lot of respect also. Salaries and perks offered:
  • House rental and transport allowance
  • Entry level salary of Rs.55000-60000
  • Bonus after 6 months
  • Many other perks
  1. PSU job: The most preferred way to get into a PSU is through GATE. Engineers who do not prefer corporate jobs can prefer companies like BHEL, HCL, IOCL ONGC, HP, etc. They offer job security and a competitive salary. The estimated CTC is around 10-12 LPA. Few other perks are:
  • Company accommodation or HRA and shift allowance.
  • Special compensatory off for plant based location.
  • In hand salary excluding all allowances Rs. 50000 plus DA.
  1. Lecturers/Professors in Government colleges: Teaching jobs are quite peaceful jobs. It gives you ample time to enjoy your vacations and a good work life balance too. The institutes like IIT’s, NIT’s, provide a higher pay bands. Salaries and perks offered:
  • Entry level pay to Asst. Professor varies from Rs.40000-50000
  • Medical facilities, Accommodation, laptop allowance,etc.
  • Ph.d degree holders are paid more. For eg, in a technical college, an assistant professor gets Rs.75000-80000 as an initial salary.

Today government jobs are the best option if you are looking forward for a financially secure and stable life. However, if you want to land one of these jobs, then you will have to make sure that your competitive exam preparation is nothing short of the best. It is advisable to begin right from your teen age. Sarkari naukri comes with a huge pack of advantages like towering pay scales, various amenities, lots of holidays, etc. There would be rather anyone who didn’t want to settle their career in public sector.

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Tips to crack Group discussion for competitive exams

When you have sufficient knowledge on a particular topic, then it is natural that you will speak confidently about it.
Ritika SrivastavaTeentalkindia Counsellor

Communication skill is a vital factor than technical knowledge in any corporate/higher education environment. The first impression is the last impression. The way you communicate professionally is directly or indirectly an add-on to the quality of services you can offer later in your professional career. Group Discussion (GD) is a procedure used by corporate companies, educational institutes, and other organizations to evaluate the communication skills of the participant.

Let's see how you can make an impression.

What skills are evaluated In GD?

  • How good you are when communicating with others?
  • How you behave and interact within a group?
  • Are you an open minded person?
  • Listening skills.
  • How you put forward your views?
  • Leadership and decision-making skills.
  • Analysis skill and subject knowledge.
  • Attitude and confidence.

Process of GD

Initiate: It is not required to have a thorough knowledge of the topic with actual facts and figures but at least the basic information on the topic will be good enough. In order to make your speech interesting, you can begin with a quote which is relevant to the topic or can start with a short and simple incident/story.

Lead: There could be a circumstance where you do not have enough information on the given topic. It’s sensible to wait, watch and listen to what the other candidates speak until you get a chance to move smoothly into the discussion. Take charge and begin your conversation forward. Leading the discussion impact fully is the key.

To Summarize: Summarization is a chance to turn heads of the evaluators. Putting together the entire discussion by highlighting the star points and concluding the results of the discussion is summarizing the discussion. The summary should be short and to the point and no new further points should be added.

Rules to crack GD:

1) Appearance: It is the main thing to be noticed by anyone. Always wear formal outfit and be well-groomed.

2) Eye Contact: Your confidence is seen in your eyes. Hence maintain eye contact with the evaluator and your peers while having the discussion.

3) Avoid Dominance: Always remember that the discussion is not a battle. In the heat of the moment, never lose your speech and decency. You are there to share your views and not to start an argument. Respect others views also.

4) Avoid Interrupting: It is ill mannered to interrupt someone while talking. Everyone has a point and one should respect and let your turn come for you to have your say.

5) Clarity of Speech and Thoughts: Always maintain an optimum speed and volume of your voice. Be prepared in the mind of your views that you are about to present and be clear.

6) Irrelevant Talk: Avoid diverting from the main topic and be on the same track. 


Kinds of GD:  Based on the content of the discussion there are three types of GD.

1) Topic-Based GD: This is based on certain topics which are practical and real. For Example, Socioeconomic topics, Education related like, How Plastic is affecting our Earth?” “Is a top degree necessary to become a successful person?”

2) Case-Based GD: It is based on case studies which depict a real-life situation. The group is provided with a case study beforehand and is given some time to prepare for it. The group has to explain the case study to give a solution. In the process of solving, the qualities such as problem-solving, analysis, thinking out of the box is being tested.

3) Article-Based GD: Here, the candidates are provided with an article which could be based on any field like politics, sports, technology, etc. The candidates are given time to prepare for the discussion and are analyzed how the candidate responds to the unknown field/ fact and how confident he/she is in presenting his/her point of view.

Group Discussion (GD) is an important part of MBA and other completive exam’s selection process. Group Discussions are a superb way to display your knowledge in current trends and matters of the globe, how aware you are about things happening around you, and most of all to examine your communication and presentation skills. 

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