NRA To Conduct Common Eligibility Test From Sept 2021

The Frequent Eligibility Take a look at (CET) will probably be carried out from September 2021 onwards. Union Minister Jitendra Singh knowledgeable about the identical in a written reply in Lok Sabha as we speak.

The federal government has arrange Nationwide Recruitment Company (NRA) vide order dated 28.08.2020, as an unbiased, skilled, specialist group for the conduct of computer-based on-line frequent eligibility check (CET) to shortlist candidates for vacancies of Group ‘B’ Non-Gazetted posts, Group ‘B’ Gazetted posts, that are exempted from session with the Union Public Service Fee (UPSC); Group ‘C’ posts within the Authorities and equal posts (the place no such classifications exist) in instrumentalities of the Authorities, for which related eligibility situations have been prescribed.

NRA has been set as much as present the identical platform to all candidates on the nearest District HQ and with a view to set a brand new customary of fairness and inclusiveness in recruitment.

NRA will conduct the CET to display/shortlist candidates for jobs within the authorities sector for which recruitment is presently carried out by means of the Workers Choice Fee (SSC), Railway Recruitment Boards (RRBs) and Institute of Banking Personnel Choice (IBPS).

NRA will conduct solely preliminary screening of candidates. The ultimate recruitment will probably be executed by means of area particular examinations/exams to be carried out by respective businesses viz. SSC, RRBs and IBPS. Primarily based on the rating obtained in CET carried out by NRA, candidates could seem in area particular examination/exams to be carried out by respective recruitment businesses.

NRA would establish language consultants to translate the query financial institution/paper in all regional languages included within the eighth Schedule of the Structure, as per requirement and topic to ample variety of candidates opting to take the check within the regional language.

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