Union Cabinet Approves to Set up National Recruitment Agency to conduct Common Eligibility Test

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Union Cabinet Approves to Set up National Recruitment Agency to conduct Common Eligibility Test
Union Cabinet Approves to Set up National Recruitment Agency to conduct Common Eligibility Test

Union Cabinet Approves to Set up National Recruitment Agency to conduct Common Eligibility Test. The Union cabinet approved a proposal for setting up a National Recruitment Agency (NRA) for conducting the Common Eligibility Test (CET) for recruitment to all Group B and C posts in the Central government and public sector banks. Follow us to get daily updates.

The Government of India has given the newly formed National Recruitment Agency (NRA) the nod to set up a Common Eligibility Test, Instead of applying to each individual branch of the government or different public sector banks, there will be one single test to standardize the process.

Single Online Test for all Group B and C posts:

With the approval of National Recruitment Agency, job seekers in India who apply for multiple examinations to various government and public sector agencies will now have to appear for a single online entrance test (CET).

Candidates who qualify this Common Entrance Test can apply to any recruitment agencies for higher level of examination. The score will be valid for three years during which candidate can apply for jobs in different sectors depending upon his aptitude and preferences. There will be no bar on the number of attempts.

At the same time, the cabinet also approved leasing out of Jaipur, Guwahati and Thiruvananthapuram airports, of Airports Authority of India (AAI), through Public-Private Partnership, Union Minister Prakash Javadekar informed.

Official’s Statement on CET:

Secretary to the Government C Chandramouli said that “There are more than 20 recruitment agencies currently under the Central government, Although we are taking exams of only three common agencies as of now, in course of time we will be able to have one Common Eligiblity Test for all recruitment agencies in the country”.

“Cabinet Decision to set up National Recruitment Agency (NRA) to conduct Common Eligibility Test (CET) for preliminary selection to various Government vacancies is a revolutionary reform. This will bring ease of recruitment, ease of selection and thereby ease of living for aspirant candidates,” Union Minister Jitendra Singh said.

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