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Common Eligibility Test (CET) – Single test for Government job Exams

A Common Eligibility Test will now be organized for all the competitive examinations to select candidates for the vacancies of Group ‘B’ (Non-Gazetted) and Lower level posts.

 

About Exam

A Common Eligibility Test will now be organized for all the competitive examinations to select candidates for the vacancies of Group ‘B’ (Non-Gazetted) and Lower level posts.

Given the following reasons CET (Common Eligibility Test) Examination

  • To bring transparency in the various recruitment process
  • candidates will get rid of irregularities and disorder in the conduct of the examination
  • To deal with challenges with the operational workload and low manpower

Advantages of CTET Examination

  • CET will reduce the number of examinations conducted by the various agencies of the government and save the important money spent by various recruitment agencies to organize these examinations.
  • One can select out of several competition levels to regard his needs and intellectual level in order to give his best output.
  • The CET Score will be valid for 2 years. This score will help aspirants to appear for Tier II examinations which would be conducted independently by the respective recruiting agencies like SSC, Bank, Railway and other exams

Application Process

Registration for CET

In order to start the process under the amended system, candidates must register themselves on a dedicated portal developed by National Career Services (NCS), Ministry of Labor and Employment, which will provide a unique ID for each candidate.

 

Selection Process

Selection Process of CET
The selection process of the exam is mainly divided into two stages as follows:
(i) Tier-I: This stage of the examination is common screening test subsuming the preliminary Tier-I examinations conducted by all recruiting agencies of the Government of India, viz. SSC, Railways, Banking, etc.
(ii) Tier-II: The main Examinations to be conducted independently by the concerned recruiting agencies

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