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National Recruitment Agency proposes the Common Eligibility Test for IBPS, SSC&Indian Railways.

National Recruitment Agency proposes the Common Eligibility Test for IBPS, SSC&Indian Railways.

The new national Recruitment Agency which was proposed by Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman in Union budget 2020 has come up with a new agency that would be independent, professional, specialist, organization and would be responsible to conduct exams would be known as a common eligibility test for selection of candidates for government job recruitments.

The NRA  works as a preliminary single-window agency to shortlist qualifying candidates from the bulk of applicants and forward the list for SSC, IBPS, etc. To hold a better position in the mains qualifications.
The union cabinet has approved CET. The NRA would be conducting the test to eliminate multiple rounds of test and save precious time and resources.

Students would be benefited as the scorecard would be valid until 3 years and the different agencies would be able to recruit for 3 years after the candidate has qualified. The board of department which causes the seat allocation and interview boards would be able to appoint the post based on the CET.

As this exam would be given by SSC, Banking so there would be an alteration in the syllabus for the examination which would be informed. CET exams would be helpful in the year 2021. 
About the CET EXAMS:
1. NRA would conduct the entrance test for the SSC, IBPS and railway recruitment board
2. The NRA would conduct all these preliminary examinations for all these recruitment for group-b and group C.
3. The CET would be conducted for three levels of graduates, Higher secondary and matriculate candidates.
4. Based on the scorecard of CET the recruitment would be made 
5. The scorecard and recruiting would be valid till 3 years. 
6. CET aims to ease students with the burden of candidates appearing for 3 sets of test for recruitment. 
7. The curriculum of the test would be common and standard. 
8. CET would be available in a number of languages, to facilitate people across different parts of the country to participate in it. 
9. Women candidate from rural areas faces constraints appearing in multiple examinations as they have to arrange for transportation and places to stay in places that are far away.
10. 117 centres would be created for teaching purposes.




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