Employees Corner-Government of India

Employees Corner

The employees of various Indian Government Ministries, Departments, States/UTs, Organizations, etc, are the force behind the Country’s administration, putting in the best of their efforts for the effective governance of the Country and its progress. Needless to say, the Indian Government takes great care in providing the necessary benefits and services to its employees at various levels, specially on issues concerning staff recruitment and selection, training, career development, workers’ welfare, as well as post retirement schemes. This section is thus, an attempt at throwing light on all such facilities, services, and benefits made available by the Government of India for its employees. We are committed to adding more and more information useful to the Government employees at all levels in this section, from time to time.

Besides the services and facilities mentioned, there is a host of other information on various matters that are beneficial for Government employees.


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Government Housing

Government Holidays (updated)

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