Govt Jobs for Accountants 2018 – Latest Vacancies

There are following Govt jobs opening for Accountants. The candidates can refer the following table to check latest jobs opening for Accountants

Accountant Govt Jobs 2018 List

OrganizationPost NameQualificationDeadline
District Health Society Bhagalpur Recruitment 201821 Block Health Manager, Block Community Activator & Doctor (Walk-in)Graduation (Any)/ Post Graduation/ Diploma23, 26-07-18
Collector & District Magistrate Sundargarh Recruitment 201811 Accountant, Catering Asst & LibrarianGraduation (Any)/ Post Graduation25-07-18
Revenue Department Bidar Recruitment 201853 Village Accountant Officer-10-08-18
Foreigners Tribunal Sonitpur Recruitment 201802 UDA-cum-Accountant & Chowkidar8th13-07-18
Oil India Limited Recruitment 201802 Chartered Accountant (Walk-in)ICAI/ ICMAI20-07-18
A&N Administration Recruitment 201810 AccountantGraduation (Any)10-08-18
JSLPS Recruitment 2018132 PC-Irrigation, Accountant, District Manager & OtherGraduation/ Post Graduation23-07-18
National Productivity Council Recruitment 201801 AccountantGraduation (Any)/ Post Graduation31-07-18
CGSRLM Recruitment 201854 Accountant, Executive, Coordinator & Chief Operating OfficerGraduation (Any)/ Post Graduation15-07-18
GSRTC Recruitment 2018281 Assistant Security Inspector, Jr. Accountant, Clerk & Other12th/ Graduation/ Post Graduation31-07-18
IIT Guwahati Recruitment 201801 Senior AccountantGraduation (Commerce)15-09-18
NCERT Recruitment 201806 Junior AccountantDegree (B.Com)Within 15 Days

Check Latest Govt Jobs Opening in All Over India Here

Govt Jobs for Accountants, CA, CWA & CS: If you need to become assistant accountant or do an account job at junior lever. You don’t need a professional degree like CA/ICWA/CS. You just need graduation degree or post-graduation degree in commerce like B.Com or M.Com. Actually, all government departments need a graduation degree to appoint you as an accountant. However, in private sector a professional diploma of accounts from private institution is sufficient or knowledge of some accounting software is good to do a job as private accountants. So, if we talk about the well reputed job of accounts in various government sectors or private sector, then we need a profession degree like CA/CWA/CS. There are total three courses to become professional accountants i.e. CA/CWA and CS. Sometimes student confuses over that which course they choose to make career in accountancy.

Opportunity for B.Com and M.Com: The graduate in commerce can job Government department as accounts assistant, accounts officer, accounts, computer data feeder, finance & accounts executive, process executive, client relationship executive and financial analyst.

Chartered Accountant (CAs): The chartered accountancy is a very popular profession in India as it is the well paid job. The student who wants to become CA visit its official website to get more information about the course ( We will update here the latest opening jobs for CA in Government Sector.

Cost and Works Accountants (CWAs): In India, we will call Cost and Works Accountants but in some countries, it is called Management Accountants. The student who wants to do CWA course should visit the official website of the Institute ( We will update here all the jobs related to CWA in various Government Sectors.

Company Secretary (CS): The company secretary is a legal expert, a compliance officer of the company. He is expert in corporate laws, security’s laws & capital and corporate governance. The students who are interested to become CS must visit the official website, i.e., where you can get all the complete detail about the course like career as a company secretary. However, we are here only update the latest opening jobs for Company Secretary (CS) in various Government Sectors.

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  1. Dear Sir,

    please guide me i am total 5 years Experience in Accounting,Auditing, Book keeping. Etc. and working in SAP,ERP, and TALLY. this software daily worked. sir please suggest me.

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