Big news: From now on, there is only one common eligibility test across the country; The big announcement for job candidates is the Modi government


Banglahant Desk: Along with the education system, the job system of the country is also changing. The Modi government has also changed. From now on, there will be only one test in the country for government recruitment. To this end, the Union Cabinet on Wednesday approved the proposal to set up a National Recruiting Agency.

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The National Recruiting Agency will recruit for non-gazetted posts in government and state-owned companies across the country. There will be only one eligibility test for all jobs across the country through computer. Describing the system as a boon for students, Narendra Modi tweeted today that the Common Eligibility Test would no longer require multiple tests. It will save a lot of time. The recruitment process will also become more transparent.

It is learned that the examinations will be held at the three levels of secondary, higher secondary and graduate. However, in this test, even if there is a preliminary selection, the final selection will be made only in the second and third stage examinations. The number obtained once will be valid for three years As well as sitting in this test as many times as you like. As long as there is a working age, a candidate can sit for this examination. There are also discounts for Scheduled Castes, Scheduled Tribes and other protected people.

Minister in the Modi government Jitendra Singh tweeted, “Revolutionary reforms to ease the recruitment process through a general aptitude test conducted today at a cabinet meeting chaired by Prime Minister Narendra Modi are a historic landmark decision.”