Big step by Central Government: At present, candidates who want to get government jobs, have to give different tests, different recruitment agencies. These recruitment tests include various levels, such as Tier-1, Tier-2, Tier-1, Skill Test and others.
Group B and Group C have taken a big step in hiring. From now on, this appointment will be done through a single examination by a special organization. This test is called the Common Eligibility Test (CET).
In addition to Group A and Group B (Gazetted) services, the Indian Administrative Service (IAS), Indian Foreign Service (IFS), Indian Police Service (IPS) and Indian Forest Service (IFOS) are recruited by the Union Public Service Commission. Through Examination. In addition, the State Selection Commission (SSC) also recruits Central Government Offices mainly for Group B posts.
According to the Personnel Ministry, ‘a specialist agency will be tasked with taking the Common Eligibility Test. They will select candidates for Group B non-gazetted posts, some for Group B gazetted posts and Group C posts. They will be accepted in government posts. ‘
The Minister of State for Personnel Jitendra Singh has said that the proposed steps will be taken so as to reduce the working expenses of those who take the test and those of government agencies. According to him, ‘this is one of the most innovative measures taken by the government. It is intended to make all such procedures easier under the direction of Prime Minister Narendra Modi. ‘
According to a recent government data, there are about 1,9,220 vacancies in the central government. Of these, 1,3,2,3 Group C and 5,3 Group B and 5,4 terms belong to Group A category. This is the information on March 7th.
At present, candidates who want to get government jobs have to give different tests, different recruitment agencies. These recruitment tests include various levels, such as Tier-1, Tier-2, Tier-1, Skill Test and others. The Tier-1 test is mainly a computer-based online multiple-choice object-religious test.
Big step by Central Government
Each year, about 2.5 crore candidates appear in such recruitment exams for only 1.25 lakh posts. The Personal Ministry has said that the ‘Common Eligibility Test’ will be taken for Group B non-gazetted posts, some for Group B gazetted positions and for Group C positions.
Different hiring companies will know the candidate’s score through the Common Eligibility Test. This score will remain for three years. Each candidate will get two extra chances to improve this score. The best score will be captured in the end. The final selection will be through a separate test, which will be taken by a different recruitment company.
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