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Common Eligibility Test FAQS by NRA

The government is going to take a common prelims exam for the non-gazetted posts in the central government. The government has decided to conduct a Common Eligibility Test (CET) in place of prelims exams for all the government departments. The score of the exam is used to select the candidates for the higher level of examination by the different organizations for select candidates for the posts. The test scores will be valid for a period of three years and will be conducted twice a year. This is going to help all the government aspirants, as there will be no need to fill different applications for the different exams and they have to prepare for a single exam now.
NRA CET 2020: Cabinet Approve Setting-Up of NRA

The Union Cabinet has given its nod for the setup of a National Recruitment Agency (NRA) to streamline the hiring process by conducting a CET. The 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.

Important Points:

➤ The exam will be conducted in 12 languages.

➤ The score is valid for three years.

➤ The exam will be conducted twice a year.
National Recruitment Agency (NRA)

A National Recruitment Agency is a proposed agency by the Narendra Modi government. The government has decided to take a single computer-based preliminary examination for all the non-gazetted government posts. The agency is going to monitor all the activities of the Common Eligibility Test. Currently, candidates have to appear for a complex process of examination for all the exams. It is very time consuming and a long process. 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. This will reduce the time and also candidates don't have to prepare for each preliminary exam again and again.
Exams To Be Subsumed Under CET

All the prelims exams of Group B and C posts will be subsumed into a single common eligibility test (CET). The National Recruitment Agency will initially aim at replacing the preliminary exams of Group B and C posts conducted by three government agencies namely:

➤ Staff Selection Commission (SSC),

➤ Railway Recruitment Board (RRB), and

➤ Institute of Banking Personnel Selection (IBPS).

Aspirants have to give only a single preliminary examination for the exams conducted by these agencies.

NRA CET 2020: Test Centers

There is a piece of good news for the students who belong to a remote location of the country. There will be at least one or more than one center in a district depending on the students appearing for the exam. Candidates will not need to go too far places to attempt the exam. This will reduce the expenses of poor candidates in terms of examination fees, traveling charges, lodging, and other expenses.
NRA CET 2020: Time Utilization

As we are aware there will be a single prelims exam for all the Group B and C. The score is going to valid for 3 years. Agencies will use the score of CET and take their second stage exam. Some organisation have said that they directly recruit candidates using the CET score, Physical and Medical examination, without any second-level test.
NRA CET 2020: Age Limit

The age limit for the CET 2020 depends on the exam they want to take under CET. There will be 3 levels of exam namely, undergraduate, 12th level exam, and 10th level exam. The Age-limit will be same as it is now for each exam. There is no change in the eligibility of the exam. The age relaxation given to different categories will remain same. Candidates no need to panic as it is a single prelims exam only, there will be no change in eligibility, age limit, and exam pattern.
NRA CET 2020: Key Points

➤ A CET will be a single prelims exam that will be held for all IBPS, SSC, and RRB posts.

➤ NRA will be an autonomous body to conduct the CET exam.

➤ Candidates need to pay a one-time fee for all the CET exam.

➤ There will be one standard for the exam and a single exam will save money as well as time.

➤ NRA will conduct the CET examination- Common Eligibility Test.

➤ CET will be a single online prelims exam.

➤ The CET score will be valid for three years.

➤ The CET score will be shared with all the central government recruiting agencies.

➤ Each candidate will have two additional chances to improve his or her scores and the best scores will be taken into consideration.

➤ Every district will have at least one exam center.

➤ There will be separate CET for graduate, higher secondary, and secondary level students.

➤ There will be a separate syllabus for CET based on the qualification.

➤ As per the PIB, the score of successful candidates of CET can be utilized by State Governments also.
NRA CET 2020: Syllabus and Exam pattern

There is no defined exam pattern and syllabus for the CET yet. The exam pattern and syllabus of CET will be updated as soon as it is released by NTA. As per the speculation, there will be different exam pattern and syllabus for the graduate, senior secondary, and secondary level exams. Candidates are advised to keep in touch with the website for all the updates regarding the CET exam pattern and Syllabus.
NRA CET 2020- FAQs

Q1. What is NRA CET?

National Recruitment Agency (NRA) would conduct an online CET which would serve as a screening or a preliminary examination for various non-gazetted government jobs including the Banking, SSC & Railways Jobs. It would only be the first level of examination which can be taken by the candidates. If qualified, candidates would then have to appear for the Tier 2 and 3 of the examinations, which would consequently be conducted by the NRA.

Q2. What is the eligibility for NRA CET?

National Recruitment Agency (NRA) will CET exam for Graduates (Degree), 12th Class (Higher Secondary) Pass and 10th Pass candidates.

Q3. Which all exams would NRA CET cover?

To begin with, NRA CET would cover recruitment examinations for Railway Recruitment Board (NTPC, Group D, JE etc), Institute of Banking Personnel Selection (IBPS RRB and IBPS Clerk, PO & SO) and Staff Selection Commission (SSC CHSL, CGL, JE, Steno Group C, D, JHT, etc.). These would then be expanded to the other non-gazetted posts.

Q4. What is the full form of CET?

The full form of CET is Common Eligibility Test.

Q5. What is the full form of NRA?

The full form of NRA is National Recruitment Agancy.

Q6. For how many year the test score is valid?

The test score is valid for 3(three) years.

Q7. For which posts exam will be conducted?

The National Recruitment Agency CET exam will be conducted for non-gazetted posts.

Q8. In how many language the NRA CET exam will be conducted?

The NRA CET will be conducted in multiple languages. According to Minister of DoPT Jitendra Singh, the exam will be conducted in 12 languages that are in the Eighth Schedule of the Constitution of India.
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