Upcoming Government Exams - Important Dates and Eligibility Conditions

Published on : 25th August 2021    Author : Himanshu Basant Bhatt
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Getting a government job is a dream of many aspirants because of the job security and perks. However, it is not an easy task as the competition level is very high. Every year, different government organisations come up with various recruitment drives for different posts in their organisations. In the article here, we have covered all upcoming government exams conducted by pioneer organisations viz. UPSC, SSC, RRB, IBPS, NTA, KVS, and others. Candidates can check out the complete information here for the 2021-22 examinations.


Available Application Forms

Complete List of upcoming Government Exams 2021-22

Exam Name

Exam Dates

Eligibility (Educational Qualification)

Union Public Service Commission (UPSC) Exams

UPSC IAS (Civil Services) 2021

17th September 2021 onwards (Main exam)

Graduate degree (any discipline)

CDS II 2021

14th November 2021

Bachelor’s degree (any discipline) for IMA and OTA,

Bachelor's degree in Engineering for INA, and Bachelor’s degree (with Maths and Physics at class 12th) or Bachelor of Engineering for AFA.

NDA & NA II 2021

5th September 2021

Passed class 12th with Physics and Mathematics from a recognised board.

CAPF 2021

8th August 2021

Bachelor’s degree in any discipline.

IES/ ISS 2021

16th July 2021

Postgraduate degree in Economics/ Applied Economics/ Business Economics/ Econometrics from a recognised university.

ESE (Engineering Services) 2021

18th July 2021

Bachelor of Engineering (in relevant stream)

SSC Exams

SSC CHSL 2021

4th to 12th August 2021 (Preliminary Exam)

Class 12th passed or equivalent from a recognised board

SSC CGL 2021

13th to 24th August 2021 (Preliminary Exam)

Bachelor’s degree (any subject)

SSC MTS 2021

1st to 20th July 2021

Class 10th or equivalent from a recognised board

Constable (GD) in CAPFs, SSF, NIA, and Rifleman (GD) in Assam Rifles Exam 2020

2nd to 25th August 2021

Class 10th or equivalent from a recognised board

IBPS Exams

IBPS SO 2020

Last week of December 2021 (Preliminary)

January 2022 (Main)

Bachelor’s or Master’s degree in relevant subjects

RRB PO 2021

Officer Scale-I: 1st week of August 2021 (Preliminary), September 2021 (Main)

Office Assistant: August and September 2021 (Preliminary), October 2021 (Main)

Bachelor’s degree in any discipline

Clerk 2021

28th, 29th August and 4th September 2021 (Preliminary)

31st October 2021 (Main)

Graduate (any discipline)

Other Banking Exams

SBI SO

December 2021 (Preliminary)

January 2022 (Main)

BE/ B.Tech. and MBA (varies as per posts)

SBI PO

July 2021 (Preliminary)

August 2021 (Main)

Graduate (any discipline)

IDBI Assistant Manager 2021

October 2021

Graduate (any discipline) with minimum 60% marks

IDBI Executive Recruitment 2021

August 2021

Graduate from a recognised university with a minimum of 60% marks.

NIACL Assistant 2021

September 2021 (Preliminary)

October 2021 (Main)

Bachelor’s degree (any discipline) from a recognised university.

Bank of Baroda PO 2021

January 2022 (Preliminary0)

February 20222 (Main)

Graduate with a minimum of 55% marks from a recognised university.

RBI Assistant 2021

January 2022 (Preliminary)

February 2022 (Main)

Bachelor’s degree (any discipline) with a minimum of 50% marks.

NABARD Grade A 2021

Last week of August/ First week of September 2021

Graduation or Post graduation (any discipline) with minimum 60% marks

AFCAT Entry (Flying Branch, Ground Duty Non-Technical Branches)

28th to 30th August 2021

Any degree, B.Tech./ BE/ PG (Engg.)

Delhi Police Constable

December 2021

Higher Secondary or equivalent from a recognised board

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We hope this article will help you in keeping track of the upcoming government exams. More exams will be added as the notifications are released. If you have any queries, post the same in the comment box below. In our exam articles, you can check out the detailed information related to other dates, age limit, pattern, syllabus, application process, selection procedure, and more. So do check them out for detailed information on the government exams.



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