Common Eligibility Test will be conducted in 12 languages. The Centre has planned to conduct the Common Eligibility Test (CET) not only in Hindi and English, but also in 10 other Indian languages. This has been planned for providing equal opportunity to the youth seeking jobs in banking, Staff Selection Commission (SSC) and Railways. Stay with us to get daily updates.
National Recruitment Agency (NRA) will be nodal agency to conduct CET every year. The CET will replace the prelims level tests conducted by the different agencies for the recruitment of non-gazetted posts. The government is trying to simplify the exam process for over 2.5 crore candidates. The government is taking one single exam for all the Group B and C posts.
There is also a plan to gradually expand the CET’s scope to other languages of the 8th schedule, officials privy to the developments in the Ministry of Personnel said.
NRA will conduct computer-based preliminary recruitment exam for 20 government organizations in which close to 3 crore candidates are expected to appear. In the initial phase, exams for staff selection commission (SSC), institute of banking personnel selection (IBPS) and railway recruitment boards (RRBs) will be held.
There are 22 languages in the 8th Schedule of the Indian Constitution. As per the information, the CET exams will initially begin with 12 languages and then include other languages as part of its examination process.
For forming the National Recruitment Agency, the central authorities sanctioned Rs 1,517.57 crore. The goal of CET is to remove a number of assessments and save valuable time in addition to sources.
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