Easiest Government Exams to Crack in India

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Easiest Government Exams to Crack in India

Government exams are one of the most sought exams in India. To crack them is a dream come true for many. Clearing a government exam would enable you to secure government jobs. Every year there is a surge in the number of applicants appearing for government exams. What if we tell you that there are some of these government exams that are easy to crack? In this blog, we have compiled a list of the easiest government exams to crack in India.

List of Easiest Government Exams to Crack in India

Some of the easiest government exams to crack in India include:

RRB Group D

RRB Group D exam is conducted by the Indian Railways for hiring employees. Railways are easily the largest employer in the country. Railway releases the notification for Group D positions every year. Group D positions comprise posts like cabin man, welder, gatekeeper etc. railway group D exam is conducted in 2 stages namely Computer Based Test and a Physical Efficiency Test. 

The written tests are relatively easy with a total of 100 questions comprising general English, Numerical Ability, General Intelligence, and General Awareness. The CBT is 90 minutes long with each question comprising one mark. There is no negative marking for incorrect answers.

Section No. Of Questions Marks
General  English 25 25
Numerical Ability 25 25
General Intelligence 25 25
General Awareness 25 25
Total  100 100

The starting salary of an RBB group D employee is around 18,000/-. In addition to the basic pay there are various other allowances including House rent allowance (HRA), Dearness Allowance (DA), Overtime allowance (OTA) etc. there are opportunities for internal promotion wherein the group D employees can get promoted to group C employees after completion of 3 years of service.

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RRB NTPC is another major exam conducted by railways for recruiting candidates. It has 4 stages of recruitment wherein the 1st and 2nd stage comprise a computer-based test. The 3rd stage is a skill test and the 4th stage includes document verification and medical check-up.

Stage 1 is a 90 minutes test comprising 100 questions related to numerical ability, general intelligence, general awareness. Stage 2 is a 90 minutes test with 120 questions related to numerical ability, general intelligence, general awareness.   

Section  No of Questions Marks
Numerical Ability 30 30
General Intelligence 40 30
General Awareness 40 40
Total  100 100

This exam recruits non-technical persons in Indian Railways. The initial salary of the selected candidate is around 19,900. With the inclusion of other allowances such as House rent allowance (HRA), Dearness Allowance (DA) the in-hand salary reaches up to 33,000 – 40,000/-.

SSC Multi Tasking Staff

SSC MTS is conducted by the staff selection commission; a premier establishment for hiring government employees. The basic eligibility for appearing in the exam is passing of SSC exams. The recruitment process is simple and consists of 2 stages, namely a computer-based test and a written test. CBT is a 100 mark test with questions related to general English, numerical ability, general intelligence, general awareness. The descriptive test is a 30-minute long exam consisting of letter writing an essay for 50 marks each. 

Section  No of question Marks 
General English 25 25
Numerical Ability 25 25
General Intelligence 25 25
General Awareness 25 25
Total  100 100

The basic pay of MTS is around 18,000 to 22,000/- . the employees are eligible to acquire all the other allowances given to central government employees such as HRA, DA, TA etc. the employees are also allowed to apply for a promotion after completion of 3 years of service.

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Through this exam the staff selection commission recruits postal assistants, data entry operators, lower divisional clerks and other employees for various ministries of the Government of India. This is a higher secondary level exam and consists of three levels; a computer based exam, a written test and a skill test. The written test is an hour long consisting of 200 marks, each question consisting of 2 marks. Questions related to  general english, numerical ability, general intelligence and general awareness will be asked.

Section  No of Questions Maximum Marks
General English 25 50
Numerical Ability 25 50
General Intelligence 25 50
General Awareness 25 50
Total  100 200

The initial pay of SSC CHSL is 36,500/-. The employees are eligible for a promotion after 5 years service. The promotion opportunities include designations like Section Officer, Chief Supervisor etc.

IBPS Clerk Exam

IBPS is a statutory body that conducts exams to recruit clerks for public sector banks. Conducted at the clerical level IBPS  exams are very easy to crack. IBPS is infamous for its transparency and pace with which the exams are conducted and the results are published. This exam consists of prelims, mains and a language efficiency test.  The  2 hours and 40 min long exam consists of 190 questions for 200 marks. 


Section  Questions  Marks
English  30 30
Reasoning  35 35
Quantitative  35 35
Total  100 100


Section  Question  Marks
English  40 40
Reasoning  50 60
general/finance 50 50
Quantitative Aptitude 50 50
Total  200 200

This job provides great scope for promotion and growth opportunities. The basic pay ranges from 17,000/- to 35,000/- inclusive of other perks and benefits like HRA, DA etc. after 2 years of service the candidates are eligible for promotions, albeit through exams like JAIIB, CAIIB or internal exams.

Central Teachers Eligibility Test (CTET)

Conducted by the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE), this exam helps recruit teachers. On appearing for this test, the score and certificate are valid for a period of 7 years. Candidates who’ve cleared this exam can apply for the post of a teacher in a central government school, Kendriya Vidyalayas. The exam mainly has 2 papers; Paper 1 for those who wish to teach from class 1 to class 5 and paper 2 for class 6 to class 8. Paper  1 is 150 minutes long comprising 150 marks. There are 150 questions pertaining to Child Development and Pedagogy, Language 1, Language 2, Mathematics and Environmental Studies. Paper 2 is also 150 minutes long and comprises Pedagogy, Language 1, Language 2, Mathematics or Social Sciences.

Paper 1 

Section  Questions  Marks 
Child Development  and Pedagogy 30 30
Language 1 (Compulsory) 30 30
Language 2 (Compulsory) 30 30
Mathematics 30 30
Environmental Studies 30 30
Total  150 150

 Paper 2

Section  Questions  Marks 
Child Development  and Pedagogy 30 30
Language 1 (Compulsory) 30 30
Language 2 (Compulsory) 30 30
Mathematics/ social sciences/ science 60 60
Total  150 150

The pay scale of CTET teachers range from Rs.9,300/–Rs.34,800/-  inclusive of allowances.

We hope this blog helps you figure out which job or job profile suits you the best. While these exams may be easy, they can only be cracked through adequate preparation and practise. For help and guidance with respect to the entrance prep, get in touch with our experts at Leverage Edu!

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  1. It’s a very good information , I really going to apply for this competitive exam…. And I have a question ⁉️ as I completed my bsc course in cbz combination.. so is it possible to apply for this exam

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  2. The only problem is I have a hearing loss ever since I was born. I wear hearing aids and I can read people’s lip movement, Can I still apply job?

    1. Hi Priyanka,
      We are thrilled to see that you have found our blog helpful and informative. Stay tuned for more such informative and useful blogs in future!

  3. I am a student from TYBA from Pune. I completed my typing courses and doing steno also. Which exams should I give for government jobs?

    1. Hi Laxmi,

      It is advised that you give the SSC Stenographer Exam (Staff Selection Commission) which is conducted in two parts- Computer-Based and Skill Test.

  4. Thank you so much to get all the details about the job required keep me informed when there is new recretument

    1. Hi Seema, we will surely keep you updated. In the meanwhile, you can download various applications like Sarkari Naukri that alert you whenever there is a government job vacancy. All the best!

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