Perks of being in ‘J&K Govt. Ki Sarkari Naukri’

1. No staying back in office beyond 8 hours

Unlike private companies where people check and respond to mails even after working hours, a government employee is far-far away from work after punching out. Of course there are projects and deadlines to meet but they definitely don’t get stinkers at odd hours and rarely do they need to work beyond office timings. ‘Kaam hua hua, nahi hua toh.. #@$$$’

2. The so called Bio-metric system is also manipulated

Irregular attendance of employees in Govt. departments is a menace and though steps have been taken to curb the menace, most Govt. offices are empty most of the times.

3. Good Appraisals

Especially if you are a JK Bank employee, a clerk here would get the same salary as a probationary officer in a Nationalised Bank.

4. A Lot of Holidays

You can attend all the functions, parties, marriages at your home, cz ‘Kaun Puch Raha hai’

5. Marzi ke Malik: Come as you please, go as you like

6. Forget working Saturdays & say hello to all govt. declared holidays, so you can finally check off all your dream locations. 

The Government of India is generous with holidays so you don’t have to crib about leaves and be apprehensive about them getting approved. The number of fixed holidays in a year are enough to plan any dream vacation.

There are 30 earned leaves, plus casual leaves, 180 days of maternity leaves and medical leaves. Not only this, there are various other perks like in C-DOT, the outstation employees receive full air-fare to visit their home town every once a year.

Similarly, the Reserve Bank of India gives its employees a yearly leave for holidaying anywhere in India. To top it all, the government organisations also have a provision of sabbatical leave in case you want to go for higher studies. Now which private job does that?

7. Easy loans at minimal interest rates and so many other benefits!

Top lever officers of the Indian government receive benefits like free electricity, free phone service, and a government vehicle. PSUs like NTPC (National Thermal Power Corporation Limited) and PFC (Power Finance Corporation) provide home loan up to ₹20 lakh and car loans between ₹3-6 lakh at nominal rates. Those who are employed with the central bank of India, RBI, can get scholarships and educational loans up to ₹20 lakh for their children at subsidized rates.
With all these benefits, a government job doesn’t look like a bad idea at all, does it?