At present, more than 8 lakh posts are vacant in various departments of the Central Government. This information has been given by the Central Government in the Lok Sabha in a written reply to a question.
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Here is the total number of vacancies:
According to various media reports, according to the information given by Union Minister Jitendra Singh in Parliament, as on March 1, 2020, 8.72 lakh posts were lying vacant in various departments of the Central Government and out of these 21,255 posts of Group A and 7 of Group C posts. is ,56,146. Also, according to these reports, the Union Minister has said that major recruitment agencies like Staff Selection Commission, Union Public Service Commission and Railway Recruitment Board had recruited 2,65,468 posts in 2018-19 and 2020-21.
Candidates are troubled by the decreasing number of vacancies:
After Union Minister Jitendra Singh gave a written reply to a question in Parliament, it has come to light that at present more than 8 lakh posts are vacant in various departments of the Central Government. However, despite having such a large number of vacancies, the number of seats in central government recruitments is decreasing year after year and due to this the candidates are very upset. The number of vacancies in SSC CGL, CHSL, MTS and many other recruitments has reduced significantly. The expectation of crores of candidates rests on these recruitments carried out by the Central Government, so these candidates are constantly demanding to increase the number of posts in these recruitments and organize them in time.