Is the PSU a work of the government? Jobs, salary and more in public sector companies. |


PSUs (public sector enterprises) are enterprises wholly or principally owned by the state. The majority of PSUs work in sectors such as the oil, banking, and energy industries that require large investments and are essential to overall well-being.
Popular power supplies include, for example, BHEL (Bharat Heavy Electrical Ltd.), CGSB (Petroleum and Natural Gas Company Ltd.) and IOCL (Indian Oil Corporation Ltd.).
PSUs do not adhere to a set recruitment policy, unlike other entry-level government positions. The number of open positions in a given year determines when and how many people are hired by that PSU.
PSU Salary
PSUs offer competitive starting salaries, often higher than comparable jobs in the private sector. Working for a PSU has various financial benefits in addition to salary, such as free health insurance, pension benefits, simple loan approval, performance-based bonuses, etc.
The incredible job security that a government job offers is the main benefit of working for a PSU. Knowing that you are very unlikely to lose your job, even if the economy is going through a terrible time, is an invaluable asset in an unstable economic situation.
PSU Jobs
Having a job at a PSU also offers workers fantastic advancement potential. The process of getting a promotion or a pay raise in public sector organizations is more open and trustworthy than in the private sector. You can be sure that if you put in a lot of effort and achieve your goals, the company will promote you regularly and offer you raises, which will help you advance professionally.
Since you work for the government and the country, having a job in a PSU is considered quite respectable in society. Additionally, working for PSU can provide you with regular opportunities to travel the country for work and meet people from all countries and walks of life.
PSU Recruitment
Most PSUs choose to hire candidates in one of three ways: by holding their own exams; screening people based on their GATE results; or by hiring people from the best universities in the country like IITs and IIMs.
Entrance exam
Conducting a competitive test to recruit candidates is the most common method of recruiting candidates used by PSUs. The competition is generally used as a screening tool, and only candidates who pass the exam by scoring above the threshold (based on the number of openings for that year) are invited to apply for the next stage of assessment, which involves a group discussion and individual interview. Candidates who perform best in interviews and group discussions are hired.
Through the GATE review
The most popular recruitment method used by PSUs is to hold competitive tests to find candidates. Only candidates who pass the exam by scoring above the threshold (based on the number of openings for that year) are invited to appear for the next stage of assessment, which includes a group discussion and a personal interview . The competition is generally used as a screening tool.
Top performers in group discussions and interviews are hired. Several UAPs are expected to use engineers’ GATE scores when hiring, including Power Grid Corporation of India Ltd., Vizag Ironworks, Gaelle (INDIA) Limited, Mineral Exploration Company Ltd., Mazagon Dock Limited, National Aluminum Company Limited (NALCO), etc.
Placements on campus
Visit the campuses of elite institutions such as IITs, IIMs, IISCs, etc. during their on-campus internships and offering positions to final-year students they believe have good prospects are other common ways PSUs recruit applicants.
You should check the careers section of any other PSU website or keep an eye out for advertisements in well-known publications and Internet job boards for current job vacancies.
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