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NRA CET: 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.
Among a list of coveted jobs banking is an increasingly popular choice of employment for fresh graduates and experienced professionals in India. Banks provide attractive salaries, a measure of job security and many perks for their employees.
The Banking Services, Railway Services and Staff Selection Commission (SSC) for various Public/Central Government Undertakings are some of the most coveted jobs in the country.
An average of 2.5 to 3 crore students take up the competitive Exams of different nodal agencies. To state a few they are Railway Recruitment Board Assistant Loco Pilot (ALP) exam for posts in Railways, SBI Probationary Officer’s exam for Probationary officer at SBI. Staff Selection Commission (SSC) for sub-ordinate services (Clerical) at SBI, The Indian Banking and Personnel Services (IBPS) for commercial and scheduled banks.
To make things easy the Union Government in its parliamentary session in August 2020 decided for a transformational reform in the recruitment process of these multiple Examination System.
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 in the process 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.
The ‘National Recruitment Agency” (NRA) a multi-agency body will conduct a Common Eligibility Test (CET) to screen/shortlist candidates for these posts. NRA will have representatives of Ministry of Railways, Ministry of Finance/Department of Financial Services, the SSC, RRB & IBPS.
NRA CET: Time Duration
The score of candidates in the single prelims exam for all the Group B and C is valid for 3 years. Agencies will use the score of CET and take their second stage exam. Some organizations have said that they directly recruit candidates using the CET score, Physical and Medical examination, without any second-level test.
NRA CET: Age Limit
There will be 3 levels of exam namely:
The Age-limit will be same as it is now for each exam. There is no change in the eligibility of the exam. There will also be no change in eligibility, age limit, and exam pattern.
NRA CET: Important Features:
NRA CET: Key Points:
➤ The exam will be conducted in 12 languages
➤ The score is valid for THREE years
➤ The exam will be conducted twice a year
➤ Each candidate will have two additional chances to improve his or her scores and the best scores will be taken into consideration.
➤ There will be at least one or more than one center in a district
➤ There will be No change in eligibility and age limit
NRA CET 2021: Syllabus and Exam pattern
NRA CET Syllabus 2021:
With the approval to set up NRA to conduct standardized CET exam for Banking, SSC & Railways for Group B & C posts, most of the students must be looking for the official NRA CET syllabus to kickstart their exam preparation. As per the latest news, the NRA will release the Topic-wise NRA CET exam syllabus 2021 for all the subjects as soon as it is established.
While it is always good to prepare beforehand for the NRA CET exam to stay ahead of the competition, it is also important to stick to the official syllabus to start your NRA CET exam preparation. Since the CET exam pattern & syllabus is yet to be finalized by NRA, let us take a look at Topic-wise SSC, Banking & Railway syllabus for Tier 1 or Prelims exam as the CET syllabus 2021 will be designed around these Government exams.
NRA CET Exam Syllabus 2021:
The CET exam will take place in the academic year 2022, however, the final CET exam dates are yet to be released by the exam conducting authority. The CET exam will take place twice every year, and the CET score will remain valid till 3 years. But you can always improve your CET score by appearing for more than one time.
Since NRA CET will replace the Tier 1 or Prelims exam of Group B & C (non-gazetted) level Government jobs the syllabus be around the following subjects:
Note: This is not an official CET exam syllabus. Based on the current exam pattern and topic-wise syllabus it is expected that the syllabus will be designed keeping in mind the current curriculum.
CET Exam Syllabus for English Language (Expected)
|CET English Language Syllabus (Expected)|
|Fill in the blanks|
|Multiple Meaning/Error Spotting|
CET Syllabus for Quantitative Aptitude (Expected)
|CET Quantitative Aptitude Syllabus (Expected)|
|Profit & Loss|
|Mixtures & Allegations|
|Simple Interest & Compound Interest & Surds & Indices|
|Work & Time|
|Time & Distance|
|Mensuration – Cylinder, Cone, Sphere|
|Ratio & Proportion, Percentage|
|Sequence & Series|
|Permutation, Combination Probability|
CET Exam Syllabus for Reasoning (Expected)
|CET Reasoning Syllabus (Expected)|
CET Syllabus for General Awareness (Expected)
This was the topic-wise syllabus which is expected that NRA CET will be designed around these topics.
CET SSC Exam Pattern 2021
|Subject||No. of Questions||Maximum Marks|
|General Intelligence and Reasoning||25||50|
60 Minutes (Total)
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The exam pattern mentioned above is for SSC prelims exams, it is expected that exam pattern will remain around the existing SSC exam pattern for Tier 1 exam, however, we will update the latest CET exam pattern as soon as it is announced in the official site.
CET NRA for SSC & Railways Exams
CET Banking Exam Pattern 2021
|Section Name||Total Questions||Total Marks||Duration|
|English||30 questions||30 marks||20 minutes|
|Quantitative Aptitude||35 questions||35 marks||20 minutes|
|Reasoning Ability||35 questions||35 marks||20 minutes|
|Total||100 Questions||100 Marks||60 minutes|
The above-mentioned table denotes the Banking Prelims (Tier 1) exam pattern. The CET exam pattern will be designed around the existing exam pattern. You can keep an eye on this space to get the latest information on the CET Exam Pattern 2020.
CET NRA for Banking Exams
CET Railways Exam Pattern 2021
The CET to be conducted by NRA will take place for Group B & C Railway posts such as Junior Clerk cum Typist, Accounts Clerk cum Typist, Junior Account Assistant cum Typist, Junior Time Keeper, Goods Guard, Trains Clerk, Commercial cum Ticket Clerk, Traffic Assistant, Senior Commercial cum Ticket Clerk, Senior Clerk cum Typist, Senior Time Keeper, Commercial Apprentice and Station Master.
|Section Name||No. of Questions||Total Marks|
|General Intelligence and Reasoning||30||30|
The exam pattern for NRA CET 2020 will be developed on the basis of the above-mentioned table for Railway Tier 1 (Prelims) exam. The final CET exam pattern will be released soon on their official website.