Common Eligibility Test (CET) | For All Aspirants From 2019

 

Important Notice For Banking,SSC & Railway Aspirants

The Government  has Proposed a Common Eligibility Test (CET) in order to bring transparency in various government procedures, to ease the difficulty faced by surging candidates after failure in the proper conduction of exam, to short out plethora of challenges with proliferated workload and less manpower, this has been proposed to Rajya Sabha on 14th March 2018, that a Common Eligibility Test (CET) will be conducted for govt exams viz SSC, Banking, Railway and others 2019 onward. However, it still is not officially out and will be treated as a supposition until it is proclaimed on the papers.The advantages of this innovative idea by the govt are mentioned in the post. What are your suggestions regarding the same, please let us inform in the comments.The Common Eligibility Test (CET) proposed to be conducted from next year is an ambitious endeavour of the Commission and in the long term will benefit both the Government and the job aspirants.

The Common Eligibility Test (CET) proposed to be conducted from next year is an ambitious endeavour of the Commission and in the long term will benefit both the Government and the job aspirants.The Government of India has proposed to introduce a Common Eligibility Test (CET) to shortlist candidates for vacancies of Group ‘B’ (Non-Gazetted) and below level posts in the Government of India. Through this exercise, the entire recruitment system would be revamped and rationalized in two distinct stages, i.e.

(i) Tier-I – a Common Screening Test subsuming the preliminary Tier-I examinations conducted by all recruiting agencies of the Government of India, viz. SSC, Railways, Banking, etc; and

(ii) Tier-II – the main Examinations to be conducted independently by the concerned recruiting agencies
 
To kick-start the process under the revised dispensation, candidates would mandatorily have to register themselves on a dedicated portal developed by the National Career Services (NCS) of the Ministry of Labour & Employment, which would generate a unique ID for each candidate. CETs would be conducted at three levels:
(i) Matriculation Level;
(ii) Higher Secondary (10+2) Level; and
(iii) Graduation Level.
About 5 crore candidates are estimated to register for all the three levels of CETs making it the largest examination in the world.
 
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