Thursday, August 20, 2020

Cabinet approved National Recruitment Agency 2020 india

The Union Cabinet of India decided to approve the National Recruitment Agency 2020 in India to look after all the recruitment process of Government of India.There will be a Common Eligibility Test (CET) for all the Govt. recruitment of India.Through this process approximately 2.50 crore to 3 crore candidates will be benefited from appearing multiple job examinations.

        Under the Leadership of Shri Narenda Modi held Union Cabinet meeting and approved to form NRA and also decided to conduct Common Eligibility Test CET and its merit will be considered for three years for any Central Govt Recruitment, Minister Shri Javadekar said. The central government of India has taken another crucial decision on Recruitment to be happened. The Union Cabinet has approved the formation of a National Recruitment Agency (NRA). Union Minister Prakash Javadekar said the agency would help in organizing joint entry for various Central government jobs. He added on the decisions taken at the Union Cabinet meeting on Wednesday chaired by Prime Minister Narendra Modi. Prakash Javadekar described the decision to set up a 'National Recruitment Agency' as a milestone in the history of independent India. The National Recruitment Agency  that undertake the job creation in India.

        NRA is a specialist organization for the latest technology and best practices in central government recruitment. In addition, the establishment of examination centers in every district of the country will make the examination centers more accessible to the candidates residing in remote areas. With a special focus on providing adequate infrastructure to conduct the exams in the 117 aspiring districts of the country, it will be crucial for the candidates to be able to write the exams close to where they reside. Among the benefits that come from this are cost, labor, and security.

                                        Women candidates, especially those from rural areas, needed to be provided with transport facilities and arrangements to stay in a remote area if they wanted to appear for different examinations. Women candidates had to accompany them once in a while to go to distant examination centers. The setting up of an examination center in each district will be of great benefit to rural candidates, especially women candidates. Previously, candidates from rural backgrounds had to choose which examination they would like due to other financial constraints. But under the current NRA candidates can write an exam and compete for many posts.

                               NRA conducts the first phase, Tier-1 test. It serves as the basis for many other options. The CET score of the candidates is valid for a period of three years from the date of disclosure of the results. The candidate with the best valid score will be considered as the current score. Candidate can write CET exam any number of times. There are no restrictions on this. However, this is subject to the maximum age limit. Candidates from SC, ST, OBC and other categories will be eligible for concession within the maximum age limit as per government policy. It is very useful in overcoming all the hassles like effort, time and money that go into each year to write these tests.