Upcoming Sarkari Exams – Govt Exams Calendar 2020

Are you looking for the Govt Exams Calendar 2020 and other details? If yes, then you have arrived at the right page that displays various important Upcoming Sarkari Exams notification and exam dates. For the list of upcoming exams, the aspirants can view the table below that displays the list of exams along with dates.Exam Calender 2020

Get the latest information about upcoming Bank Exams, Police, Defence, PSU, Railway, UPSC Exams, SSC and State & UT Exam notifications. For the ease of users we have created month wise table, so that you can not miss any important exam. This Government Exams calendar enables millions of candidates to pursue their dream of joining the prestigious Sarkari Naukri.

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Govt Exams Calendar 2020
Exam NameExam Date
UPSC Engineering Services Preliminary Exam, 202005th January
UPSC Combined Geo-Scientist Preliminary Exam, 202019th January
IBPS SO Main Exam 201925th January
IBS Clerk Exam Main 201919th January
SSC Junior Hindi Translator Exam-2019 (Paper-II)16th February
UPSC C.D.S. Examination (I), 202002nd February
SSC CGL Exam-2019 (Tier-I)02nd to 11th March
SSC CHSL (10+2) Exam-2019 (Tier-I)16th March to 27th April
SSC JE Exam-2019 (Paper-I)03 March to 02nd April
CISF AC(EXE) LDCE-202001st March
SSC JE Exam-2019 (Paper-I)03 March to 02nd April
UPSC . N.D.A. & N.A. Exam (I), 202019th April
SSC Stenographer Grade ‘C’ & ‘D’ Exam-201905th 07th May
UPSC Civil Services (Preliminary) Exam, 202031st May
IFS Preliminary Exam, 2020 through CS(P) Exam 202031st May
SSC Exam for Selection Posts Phase-VIII/ 202010th to 12th June
SSC JE Exam-2019 (Paper-II)21st June
SSC SI in Delhi Police, CAPFs and ASI in CISF Exam -2019 (Paper-II)21st June
SSC CGL Exam-2019 (Tier-II) & (Tier-III)22nd to 25th June
SSC CHSL (10+2) Exam-2019 (Tier-II)28th June
UPSC I.E.S./I.S.S. Exam, 202026th June
UPSC Combined Geo-Scientist (Main) Exam, 202027th June
UPSC Engineering Services (Main) Exam, 202028th June
UPSC CMS Exam, 202019th July
UPSC Central Armed Police Forces (ACs) Exam, 202009th August
IBPS RRB Preliminary Exam 20201st, 2nd, 8th, 9th and 16th August
SSC Sub-Inspector in Delhi Police and CAPFs Exam-2020 (Paper-I)28th September to 01st October
UPSC N.D.A. & N.A. Exam (II), 202006th September
UPSC Civil Services (Main) Exam, 202018th September
IBPS RRB Single Exam 202013th September
IBPS RRB Main Exam 202013th and 19th September
SSC Sub-Inspector in Delhi Police and CAPFs Exam-2020 (Paper-I)28th September to 01st October
SSC Junior Hindi Translator Exam-2020 (Paper-I)01st October
SSC MTS (Non-Technical) Exam-2020 (Paper-I)26th October to 13th November
IBPS PO Preliminary Exam 20203rd, 4th and 10th October
SSC MTS (Non-Technical) Exam-2020 (Paper-I)26th October to 13th November
UPSC C.D.S. Exam (II), 202008th November
UPSC Indian Forest Service (Main) Exam, 202022nd November
IBPS PO Main Exam 202028th November
SSC Stenographer Grade ‘C’ & ‘D’ Exam-20201st to 03rd December
S.O./Steno (GD-B/GD-I) LDCE12th December
IBPS Clerk Preliminary Exam12th, 13th and 19th December
IBPS SO Preliminary Exam26th and 27th December

*The dates of notification and examination are liable to alteration.

Indian Government has diverse organizations, ministries/ departments, institutions and state governments under it as a part of a wide range of sectors such as Defence, Banking, Railways, Medical, Engineering, IT, etc. Under these sectors, each day job openings are released for the recruitment of qualified and dedicated professionals for various technical as well as non-technical positions. And for these positions a specific pattern of selection process is involved, which mostly includes a written exam and interview. All these written exams are very competitive in nature, with candidates appearing from every corner of the country (in case of PSU’s and central organizations) and therefore require hands on preparation of the candidates.

Also See: Sarkari Exam 2019 – Central and State Govt Exams Notification

Although the specifications of the government exams vary with type of sector under which it is to be conducted, but for most of them the minimum age required is 18 years and above and as for the syllabus is concerned the common questions are based on aptitude and general knowledge. The pattern of the paper is multiple choice based questions. These questions are time based, with negative marking and therefore the candidates are required to be quick in marking the correct answers. If the candidate is not sure of the answer, then the question should be left blank instead of marking incorrect answer.

Check: Govt Exam Syllabus – Syllabus for Competitive Exams

To assist the aspirants with getting through the job selection, we provide all the relevant and important information related to the sarkari exams including their dates, notifications, syllabus, pattern, eligibility criteria and other important points, changes and announcements.