Hidden Jobs in Indian Government

The young graduates of India have ample opportunities regarding their career. They have the choice to work in public sector, private sector or start their own business. The prospering economy of India paves way for easy employment with luxurious pay, as soon the youngsters finish a degree or a diploma.

There are thousands of HR companies and consultancies guiding such young people looking for people in the private sector. However, proper websites and organizations assisting youngsters looking for government jobs in the state or central government firms are rare. There are so many government jobs in India waiting to hire potential employees. The rural graduates, who cannot cope up with the high standards of IT companies can very well prove their worth in such jobs. Here is a list of a few such jobs.

Railway Jobs: The Indian Railway is one of the largest railways in the world. Nearly 1.5 million employees work in the railway department. The Indian railway keeps recruiting more and more people to fill the vacancies created by the retiring employees. Railway jobs are the best choice for youngsters with service mentality and good interpersonal skills.

Jobs in the Medical Sector: Most youngsters do not know much about the medical sector government jobs. This sector appoints numerous nurses, microbiologists, technicians handling medical equipment’s, admin personnel, lab technicians and helpers in addition to doctors. Youngsters with various engineering and management degrees can look for jobs in the government medical sector. There is a wide gap between the required number of technical assistants and the available qualified people in this field.

Tourism Department Jobs: The Indian Tourism department manages many hotels, lodges and ample offices. There are abundant career opportunities for young people with multi-lingual skills, history and tourism degrees. It is one of the less explored fields in the Indian government job search.

Government Jobs in the Mining Sector: The Mining sector offer lucrative jobs with high challenges for fresh engineers and technology degree holders. Finding a job in a mining company like Hindustan Zinc Limited is considered is very easy. Mining companies operate in hi-tech townships equivalent to Special Economic Zones, promising a posh lifestyle.

Department of Atomic Energy Jobs: Many trainee jobs, research oriented jobs and technical assistant jobs are available in the department of atomic energy. There are very few students opting to select nuclear engineering in the mainstream colleges. So, there are lots of chances for the nuclear engineering degree holders to get government jobs easily.

Explore these less known fields in the Indian government to land in well-paid jobs with very little competition.…

The Barriers to Effective Communication

D.E. McFarland has defined Communication as the process of meaningful interaction among human beings. More specifically, it is the process by which meanings are perceived and understandings are reached among human being. But there may be some faults /barriers in the communication system that prevents the message from reaching the receiver, these barriers are as follows:-

1. Language Barrier; – Different languages, vocabulary, accent, dialect represents a national/ regional barriers. Semantic gaps are words having similar pronunciation but multiple meanings like- round; badly expressed message, wrong interpretation and unqualified assumptions. The use of difficult or inappropriate words/ poorly explained or misunderstood messages can result in confusion.

2. Cultural Barriers: – Age, education, gender, social status, economic position, cultural background, temperament, health, beauty, popularity, religion, political belief, ethics, values, motives, assumptions, aspirations, rules/regulations, standards, priorities can separate one person from another and create a barrier.

3. Individual Barrier: – It may be a result of an individual’s perceptual and personal discomfort. Even when two persons have experienced the same event their mental perception may/may not be identical which acts as a barrier. Style, selective perception, halo effect, poor attention and retention, defensiveness, close mindedness, insufficient filtration are the Individual or Psychological barrier.

4. Organizational Barrier: – It includes Poor Organization’s culture, climate, stringent rules, regulations, status, relationship, complexity, inadequate facilities/ opportunities of growth and improvement; whereas; the nature of the internal and external environment like large working areas physically separated from others, poor lightening, staff shortage, outdated equipments and background noise are Physical Organizational Barrier.

5. Interpersonal Barrier: – Barriers from Employers are :- Lack of Trust in employees; Lack of Knowledge of non-verbal clues like facial expression, body language, gestures, postures, eye contact; different experiences; shortage of time for employees; no consideration for employee needs; wish to capture authority; fear of losing power of control; bypassing and informational overloading, while Barriers from Employees includes Lack of Motivation, lack of co-operation, trust, fear of penalty and poor relationship with the employer.

6. Attitudinal Barrier: – It comes about as a result of problems with staff in the organisation. Limitation in physical and mental ability, intelligence, understanding, pre-conceived notions, and distrusted source divides the attention and create a mechanical barrier which affects the attitude and opinion.

7. Channel Barrier: – If the length of the communication is long, or the medium selected is inappropriate, the communication might break up; it can also be a result of the inter-personal conflicts between the sender and receiver; lack of interest to communicate; information sharing or access problems which can hamper the channel and affect the clarity, accuracy and effectiveness.

To communicate effectively one need to overcome these barriers. Working on breaking the barrier is a broad-brush activity and here are certain measures.

DO’S FOR BREAKING THE BARRIER:

– Allow employees access to resources, self expression and idea generation.

– Express your expectations to others.

– Use less of absolute words such as “never”, “always”, “forever”, etc.

– Be a good, attentive and active listener.

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