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CET 2019 pdf Rajya Sabha -One Exam For All Govt Jobs -SSC,RRB,IBPS

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CET 2019 pdf Rajya Sabha -One Exam For All Govt Jobs -SSC,RRB,IBPS

CET 2019 pdf Rajya Sabha -One Exam For All Govt Jobs -SSC,RRB,IBPS -With a view to bring in transparency in the competitive examination, the government has tabled a bill in the Rajya Sabha on 14-March-2018 regarding Common Eligibility Test (CET).

Commission proposes to replace Preliminary exams of SSC CGL, CHSL, RRB NTPC, and Banking with a Common Entrance Test (CET) from 2019, Check details here

CET 2019 pdf Rajya Sabha

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 start the process 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.

CET 2019 For All Govt Jobs -One Exam For All Govt Exams pdf Notice

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.

Important Points to Know About – CET 2019 pdf Notification

  • It has been proposed that in the Financial Year 2018-19, only one level of CETs, i.e. at the Graduation Level, would be conducted in February 2019.
  • In the successive year(s), all the three levels of examination would be conducted.
  • The Government has the proposal to make CET scores valid for a period of two years.
  • The candidates would use their scores for appearing in Tier-II examinations, which would be conducted independently by the respective recruiting agencies.
  • There is also scope for the CET scores to be used by State Governments / Public Sector Undertakings / Private Sector for recruitment of their manpower.
  • The Government has the proposal to make CET scores valid for a period of two years.
  • The candidates would use their scores for appearing in Tier-II examinations, which would be conducted independently by the respective recruiting agencies.
  • There is also scope for the CET scores to be used by State Governments / Public Sector Undertakings / Private Sector for recruitment of their manpower.

Download official Notification – Rajya Sabha CET Notification 

Advantages of CET 2019 

  • CET will reduce the number of examinations conducted by various agencies of the government and will save significant amount of money spent on conducting these examinations by different recruiting agencies.
  • In future, the CET scores may be further used by State Governments, if they so desire and even private companies may use it for short-listing candidates for employing them.

How will CET impact SSC 2019, RRB 2019, Banking 2019 aspirants?

Tier- 1 /Common Screening Test / Common Entrance Test will replace the preliminary/stage 1 exams conducted by all the recruiting agencies of the Government of India.

  • Your score in CET 2019 will determine your eligibility for Tier-II in respective exams. 
  • Your CET score may stay valid for two years.
  • Tier – II will be conducted independently by the concerned recruiting agencies and will not be common for all exams.
  • 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.
  • CET would be conducted at three levels: (i) Matriculation Level; (ii) Higher Secondary (10+2) Level; and (iii) Graduation Level.

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