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hi friends..what are the public sector exams available for the mechanial engineering graduates??please let me know about the public sector exams such as BHEL etc.also tell me which month it takes place each year??

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goverment sector exams are conducted evert year but we cannot tell the date correctly when the necessity occurs they call..there many public sector companies like BEL,NTPC,ISRO....u have to check the http://www.freshersworld.com frequently to know what r the public sector companies they r recruting and U.P.S.C exams will be conducted every month during the month of march-april..........but freq check the freshersworld website
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