Good news for youth seeking jobs, National Recruitment Agency gets green signal

National Recruitment Agency: The Central Government has given a big gift to the youth preparing for Govt Jobs. The central government has cleared the National Recruitment Agency (NRA for Govt Exams). Union Minister Prakash Javadekar has approved the formation of a National Recruitment Agency in the Union Cabinet meeting on Wednesday. Giving information, he said that for the job, youths have to take many exams at different places.

There are 20 recruitment agencies to conduct the examination. One has to go to many places to take different agency exams. But, now ‘Now National Recruitment Agency will take the test. This will benefit crores of youth. With this, for the selection of government job, the candidates who appear in various examinations, now have to sit the same exam.

Union Cabinet approves setting up of ‘National Recruitment Agency’ to conduct Common Eligibility Test. This decision will benefit job seeking youth of the country: Union Minister Prakash Javadekar

– ANI (@ANI) August 19, 2020
Youth will get benefit
Let us tell you that through National Recruitment Agency, Common Exams will be conducted for Group B and C services to be conducted under Staff Selection Commission (SSC), Railway Recruitment Board (RRB) and Institute of Banking Personnel Selection (BPS). Online Common Preliminary Examination for government jobs may start in early 2021 through National Recruitment Agency. Having an exam will also save students time and money.

However, the Common Examination will be for pre exam only. This will provide a cut-off for the next stage exam. The Union Minister said that under the proposed scheme, there will be centers in every district. Students can choose the center of the online examination as they wish. This will be a computer-based online test.

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