NRA (National Recruitment Agency) conducts a CET (common eligibility test) for RRB, Group B, IBPS and SSC. The government decided to conduct a prelims exam for the non-gazetted posts that means the government will conduct a Common Eligibility Test (CET) instead of prelims exams, and it will be applied to all government departments.
Government has sanctioned Rs. 1517.57 and Prime Minister Narendra Modi-led Union Cabinet NRA CET has approved the setup of National Recruitment Agency (NRA) to conduct the NRA-CET 2020-21.
The scorecard of the NRA-CET will be used for selecting the candidates for the next level of the examination through the various organizations. The validity of the scorecard is three years, and this exam will be conducted two times in a year.
It is beneficial for the candidates because they don’t have to fill different forms for different exams. After all, NRA-CET will work as a single exam for all prelims tests.
NRA-CET 2020-21 Highlights
|Exam Date||September 2021|
|Mode of Examination||Online – Computer Based Test|
|Exam Frequency||Twice a year|
|Scorecard Validity||Three years|
Government Recruitment Bodies
Staff Selection Commission (SSC)
Institute of Banking Personnel Selection (IBPS)
- IBPS Clerk
- IBPS PO
Railway Recruitment Board (RRB)
Objective Of NRA-CET Exam
The Major objective of the NRA-CET is to hire an eligible candidate for different non-gazetted posts so that a qualified candidate can apply in any recruitment for the higher level of the test. Different agencies will conduct this test like IBPS(bank recruitment), RRB (railways recruitment) and SSC, CHSL etc. NRA-CET is beneficial for the candidates to obtain a scorecard for the various higher-level exams.
Eligibility Criteria for NRA-CET 2020-21
|Educational qualification||The exam will be conducted in three levels which are Class 10th, Class 12th and Graduation that means you can apply according to the highest qualifications.|
|Number of attempts||There is no specific bar on the attempts so you can give the tests before exceeding the age limit.|
|Age limit||The age limit differs according to the type of post, but there is a specific age limit for the candidates belongs to the Scheduled Caste (SC), Other Backward Class (OBC), Scheduled Tribe (ST), Persons with Disability (PwD), etc.|
Syllabus for NRA-CET 2020-21
Currently, there is no particular syllabus and exam pattern for the CET, but the syllabus and exam pattern will be based on the 10th pass, 12th pass and graduate candidates. So, we will update you about the syllabus whenever the official authority releases the official syllabus regarding the exam.
How to Apply for the NRA-CET 2020-21?
If you want to apply for the CET, then you can do it at the online portal which is NRA Recruitment Portal. Currently, there is no official statement or information regarding the official website so we will provide the link of the official website whenever the official authority releases the official syllabus regarding the exam.
Why Score of NRA-CET is Valuable?
The score of the CET is valuable for getting jobs in various sectors such as government, private job and PSU jobs. According to the official statement from the authorities, this score can be valid in both central and state government as well as public sectors and private sectors. The major objective or CET is to save time, money and recruitment process in different exams.
Important Dates of NRA-CET 2020-21
|N/A||Starting date of CET Online Registration|
|N/A||Last Date of applying online for CET|
|N/A||Release date of CET admit card|
|2021-2022||CET Exam (Bank, SSC & RRB)|
|N/A||Announcement date of CET Result|
In this article, we have offered complete information regarding the NRA-CET 2020-21 so that you can understand everything and take benefits from it. As we have previously discussed NRA-CET is beneficial for the candidates because they don’t have to fill different forms for different exams. After all, NRA-CET will work as a single exam for all prelims tests. The major objective or NRA-CET is to save time, money and recruitment process in different exams.