- Sept. 14, 2020
-- The central government has set up a union and individualized agency called NRA (National Recruitment Agency) to conduct a common eligibility test for various preliminary exams previously conducted by SSC, RRB and IBPS. It will end the need to appear at several exams and will help to reduce the financial and mental pressure on the aspirants. While chairing a meeting in state capital Lucknow, chief minister of Uttar Pradesh asked officials to eliminate unnecessary delay in governmental processes. In this sequence, he asked to set up a centre-like agency to conduct one preliminary exam in the state.
Currently, there are several examination bodies in the state conducting recruitment exams for several departments such as UP Public Service Commission, Police Service Commission, and Higher Grade Services Selection Board. The government is planning to conduct a common eligibility test for all preliminary exams conducted by Uttar Pradesh Public Service Commission (UPPSC) and Uttar Pradesh Subordinate Services Commission (UPSSC) before. Also, there are plans to allow candidates clearing the NRA's common eligibility exam to sit in the next level recruitment exams conducted by the Uttar pradesh government. Chief minister said that such an approach will fasten the recruitment process by eliminating the unnecessary delay in the process. This will also make appearing at exams cost effective for the career aspirants.
The union cabinet recently proposed to set up an individualized recruitment agency called National Recruitment Agency (NRA). This agency will conduct a common eligibility test for recruitment of non-technical posts in India's most popular and largest employers. Those clearing the common eligibility will be able to appear at tier II and III etc level exams of those departments directly. The score of CET will be considered valid on the basis of a merit prepared for three years.For More Info Visit : https://www.nationalduniya.org/category/uttar-pradesh