The Central Government of India is offering 2.8 Lakhs jobs opportunities in police, information technology (IT) and customs departments. Narendra Modi government is planning to finish this process in the financial year 2017-18. The finance minister Mr. Arun Jaitley has made an announcement in the Union Budget 2017-18 which is presented in the earlier days.
According to sources in the Budget, there is no recruitment in the fields of railways and defence. Currently, in Indian railways, more than 13.31 Lakhs are working which is consider as the largest department having more number of employees. The government is planning to hire the staff members in police, IT and customs.
In the year 2016, the government has proposed to recruit 1.88 Lakhs people for various departments, but it failed. To decrease the unemployment in the country, it has come up with fresh recruitments in 2017-18 for IT, customs and central excise openings. People who wish to work in the central govt jobs refer the employment newspaper for more information.
Moving to departmental vacancies, the Income Tax department is planning to expand to their staff strength from 46,000 to 80,000 by the end of March 2018. On the similar way, the customs and excise department is scheduling to recruitment the more workforces of more than 41,000 employees. Currently, in the Custom and Excise Department, there are 50,600 are working which is planned to increased up to 91,700 by the end of March.
There is no information regarding the police department vacancies. Currently, the government is collecting the data from these three departments. Time to time, the boards will issue the notifications and hires the eligible people according to those vacancies.