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CET Common eligibility test Latest news” this video contains detailed information about CET 2019 (Common eligibility test) which is to be conducted in Feb 2019 according to the latest news. So all the exams like SSC CGL, CPO, BANK PO, CLERK, Railways will be merged into a single exam.
Common Eligibility Test for SSC, Banking, Railways Exams: What are your Views?
one exam for all govt and private jobs
The Government has proposed a Common Eligibility Test (CET) for SSC, Banking, Railway Exams etc. to Rajya Sabha on 14th March 2018. This Common Eligibility Test (CET) is proposed to shortlist candidates for vacancies of Group ‘B’ (Non-Gazetted) and below level posts in the government jobs. This proposal is mentioned in order to bring transparency in the recruitment process. Most recently, the SSC had to recommend for a CBI enquiry into allegations pertaining to the conduct of CGL (Tier-II) Examination 2017. Such cancellation of exams is a complete waste of efforts and resources of both the aspirants and the Government and also dims the image of the Commission in the eyes of general public. Aspirants lose their precious time and effort that they have put in preparing for those exams. Go through the essential pointers of the Rajya Sabha Report no. 95 on Common Eligibility Test (CET):
1. Through this CET, the whole system would be revamped in two stages, i.e.
Tier-I i.e. a Common Eligibility Screening Test (Preliminary Test): Common Eligibility for all recruiting agencies i.e SSC, Railways, Banking, etc
Tier-II i.e. the main examinations to be conducted independently by the concerned recruiting agencies.
2. CET would be conducted at three levels:
Higher Secondary (10+2) level
3. For this CET, candidates have to register themselves on National Career Services (NCS) portal which will generate a unique user ID for each candidate.
4. The government has estimated the registration of around 5 crores candidates for all of the above CET levels.
5. The government proposed to conduct CET of only those exams which are conducted in only 2 languages i.e English & Hindi. This is why, in February 2019, CET of only graduation level will be conducted. Other CET level exams will be conducted when commission acquires the necessary capability to conduct exam in the 8th schedule languages.
6. The government has also proposed two years’ validity of CET scores. This CET score will help candidates to appear for Tier II examinations which would be conducted independently by the respective recruiting agencies like SSC, Banking, Railways etc.
7. There may be a scope that the CET score can be used by State Government/ PSUs/ Private sectors for the recruitment of manpower.
8. This CET will be conducted by SSC and SSC’s stature should be given autonomy at par with the UPSC (recommended by the committee under the chairmanship of Shri I.M.G Khan).
9. Please note that this proposal is for the year 2019. SSC 2018 exams are likely to be held as per the calendar issued by the commission.
The Committee feels that a
recruitment body of SSC’s stature should be given autonomy at par with the UPSC and
thus, recommends that Commission be given statutory status without any further delay.
made by the Hon’ble Finance Minister in his Budget Speech (2016-17),
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.
3.18. To kick start the process under the revised dispensation, 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. 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.
3.19. Considering the enormity and complexity