8th, 10th, 12th Pass Government job 2023 Group C and D posts

8th, 10th, 12th Pass Government job 2023 Group C and D posts

India Govt Group "C" and "D" Jobs: Interested male and female candidates who read upto 8th, 10th and 12th standard and are the citizens of India can apply India government jobs Group C and D categories in different fields such as, Railway, Defence, SSC, SSLC and any other state governments jobs etc. listed from the below table. 

Government Job 2023

What is Group C Position in Indian Government job system?

In the Indian government job classification system, Group C positions refer to a category of jobs that typically involve clerical, technical, or skilled work. Employees in Group C roles are generally responsible for executing various tasks and functions within the government departments. For examples: Clerks, stenographers, assistants, technicians, and other similar roles fall under Group C.

 What is a Group D post in India Government Job?

 Well, Group D refers to a category of positions that typically involve tasks of a more supportive or manual nature. These positions often require a lower level of educational qualification compared to higher groups. For example - Peon/ Office Attendants, Sweepers/ Cleaners Gardeners, Helpers/ Laborers, Watchmen/ Security Staff etc.

  Latest Government Job notification for 8th, 10th, 12th pass candidates

Post Name

Last Date

Govt Department

Grade-3 Jobs [7600]


Government of Assam

Grade 4 Jobs [5000]


Government of Assam

Security Assistant & MTS


Intelligence Bureau (IB)

Postman / Mail Guard


India Post    



Tripura State Co Operative Bank   


  What are the similar roles fall under Group "C" and "D" Jobs?

Sanction Assistant, Clerk (LDC), Attendant, Driver, Constable, Stenographer, Data Entry Operation, Multi Tasking Staff, Junior Administrative Executive, Gramin Dak Sevak(GDS), Technician etc. are fall under Group "C" and "D" positions in Indian Government job classification system.

What topics should study for India government Group “C” and “D” posts?

The topics you should study for Indian government Group C and D posts depend on the specific requirements of the job and the department conducting the recruitment. However, here are some general topics that are commonly covered in exams for Group C and D positions:

 For Group C Positions:

  • General Awareness:

1.    Current affairs

2.    Indian history, geography, and culture

3.    Indian Constitution

4.    Economics and finance

5.    General science

  • Quantitative Aptitude:

1.    Basic arithmetic

2.    Number systems

3.    Percentages, ratios, and proportions

4.    Data interpretation

  • Reasoning Ability:

1.    Verbal and non-verbal reasoning

2.    Logical reasoning

3.    Puzzles

  • English Language

1.    Grammar and comprehension

2.    Vocabulary

3.    Basic writing skills

  • Technical or Job-Specific knowledge

1.    Depending on the nature of the Group C position, there may be a section testing your knowledge in the specific field. For example, if it's a technical position, questions related to that technical field may be included.

 For Group “D” Positions:

  • General Awareness:

1.    Similar to Group C, cover topics like current affairs, Indian history, geography, culture, Indian Constitution, economics, and general science.

  • Quantitative Aptitude:

1.    Basic arithmetic

2.    Number systems

3.    Simple mathematical calculations

  • Reasoning Ability:

1.    Basic reasoning skills

2.    Pattern recognition

3.    Series completion

  • Basic English Language Skills:

1.    Fundamental grammar

2.    Vocabulary

  • Elementary Mathematics:

1.    For some Group D positions, there might be a focus on elementary mathematics, including topics like arithmetic, geometry, and basic algebra.

  • General Knowledge:

1.    Awareness about current events and general knowledge.

Always refer to the official notification or syllabus provided by the recruiting agency or department for the specific exam you are preparing for, as the syllabus may vary based on the conducting authority and the nature of the position. Additionally, solving previous years' question papers and mock tests can be beneficial for exam preparation.


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