Common Eligibility Test News: Recently central government planned to initiate a Common Eligibility test (CET) to scrutinize the candidates for group B and group C vacancies in government departments and organizations. Now these vacancies are filled through SSC (Staff Selection Commission), RRB (Railway Recruitment Board) and Institute of banking personnel Selection (IBPS). CET will be conducted as computer based online examination by particular agency. Based on the proposal the specialized agency will conduct separate CET for graduate, HSC, and matric pass candidates.
Common Eligibility Test News | Single Exam for Bank, SSC & Railway Exams
TheMinistry of Personnel, Public Grievances and Pensions give the explanation to introduce CET. They mention, nowadays candidates those who want to get the government job are appearing various examinations conducted by various recruitment boards. Such recruitments are having multiple level examinations like Tier I, II, III and so on. Usually Tier I exam was conducted as computer based online examination. In recent years, 10 times the vacancy number of people is appearing for the recruitment for example, 50 lakhs people are appearing for 5 lakhs vacancies across India. For candidate’s convenience, the ministry has proposed CET for group B and group C post recruitments in government departments.
The CET score will be used by central government through SSC, state government and UT departments can use the CET score by cost sharing basis with specialized agency of CET.
Key Features of CET:
- CET registration will be through Common Online registration Portal.
- Based on educational qualification CETs will be conducted.
- The CET score will be valid for three years.
- Two additional chances will be given to the candidates to improve their CET score, among three best score will take into account,
- Final selection of the recruitment will be made by corresponding recruitment agencies through separate specialized examinations.
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