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    Is MS-IT valid for government job in Bihar or in India?

    s MsIT is valid for govt job in bihar and india of manav bharti university

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    mukesh kumar prajapati is offline Junior Member
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    Re: Is MS-IT valid for government job in Bihar or in India?

    Degree rewarded by any universities or colleges of any part of india are found valid to appear in any exam of that qualification required in any region of india.
    Thus you will have not to worry about its validity and importance .
    Every degree gained by any students has its own importance and it is very helpful in their future.

    As you have completed your master of science in information technology that maens you have completed your software engineering .
    That means you areeligible for getting jobs in any region of india for both types that is for technical as well as for non technical posts.

    The minimum age requirement for getting government jobs is 18 years .
    But in some cases the minimum age requirement is 21 years in case of techniocal and administrative posts.

    The age relaxation facilities given to the reserved category candidates as per government norms.
    The details regarding it is as follows:-

    5 years for sc/st candidates
    3 years for obc candidates
    10 years for physically handicapped persons but they should have atleast 40% disability.

    These are the jobs in which you can apply for :-

    IBPS(for p.o,specialist officer,IT officer0
    SSC UDC(for income tax,sales tax,audit officer)
    UPSC(for IAS,IPS,IFS)
    Indian railways
    Indian navy
    Indian airforce
    CDS
    IB
    ISRO
    SBI ASSISTANT
    RBI
    and in various state level and central level exams related to government jobs.

    Apart from these jobs these jobs there are various sectors like navratnas and maharatnas in order to get technical posts.

    These are :-

    NTPC
    BHEL
    BEL
    IOCL
    SAIL
    OHPC
    HMT
    DVC
    CCL
    HEC
    NTPPC
    and in many organisations...


    The educational qualification details and marks details are as follows:-

    Your degree must be recognised from any state government or from central government.
    As you have completed your master degree in software engineering thus your degree must be approved from AICTE

    The marks required is as follows:-

    The general and obc candidates required minimum 60% marks.
    The sc/st candidates required minimum of 50% marks.

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    Re: Is MS-IT valid for government job in Bihar or in India?

    Is MS from sikkim manipal university is valid?

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    bonomali is offline Junior Member
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    Re: Is MS-IT valid for government job in Bihar or in India?

    Hello,

    Yes it is valid for goverment jobs in Bihar or in India. Degree be it bachelor or master from a
    UGC (University Grants Commission) recognized university is valid in every parts of India.
    Sikkim Manipal University is approved and recognized by the UGC so your MS degree is also
    a valid one. You can apply any goverment sector in any part of India with it.

    Regarding Manav Bharti University, it is also recognized by the UGC,AICTE and goverment of
    Himachal Pradesh. So, you can get goverment jobs with it.

    Bye,

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