CET in SSC

In this I am going to give you complete information about CET (Common Eligibility Test) that will be conducted for appointment to Group ‘B’ Non-Gazetted posts,
certain Group ‘B’ Gazetted posts, Group ‘C’ posts in the Government and
equivalent posts in instrumentalities of the Government.

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In my opinion, it is not going to be implemented before 2021.
This means SSC CGL 2019, SSC CHSL 2019, and RRB NTPC are not in the ambit of CET(Common Eligibility Test)

Highlights:- It is proposed to set up a specialized agency to conduct a Common Eligibility
Test (CET) to shortlist candidates for appointment to Group ‘B’ Non-Gazetted posts,
certain Group ‘B’ Gazetted posts, Group ‘C’ posts in the Government and
equivalent posts in instrumentalities of the Government.

Comments on the proposal can also be furnished by the aspirants online at asestt-doptgov.in, with the subject of email written as “Comments on CET”

Objectives of the proposal:
(a) To mitigate the hardship faced by candidates who have to appear for
multiple examinations conducted by multiple agencies, where similar
eligibility conditions have been prescribed.
(b) To bring in savings to the candidates towards multiple application fees
and travelling cost to appear in these examinations.
(c) To improve access to rural candidates by setting up at least one test
centre in every district.
(d) To facilitate candidates to schedule tests and choose an examination
centre of their choice.
(e) To reduce the time taken in the selection process.
(f) To facilitate employment generation.

Salient features of the proposal:
(i) There shall be common registration of candidates through an on-line
Portal.
(ii) To begin with, separate CETs shall be conducted for the Graduate,
the Higher Secondary (12t11 pass) and the Matriculate (10th pass)
candidates for non-technical posts for which recruitment is currently
carried through the Staff Selection Commission (SSC), the Railway
Recruitment Boards(RRBs) and the Institute of Banking Personnel
Selection (1BPS).
(iii) The score obtained by the candidate in the GET will be made
available to him as well as to the individual recruitment agency.
(iv) The score of a candidate will be valid for a period of three years from
the date of declaration of result.
(v) Each candidate will have two additional chances to improve his
score, and the best of all available scores shall be deemed to be the
current score of the candidate.
(vi) Final selection for recruitment shall be made through separate
specialized examinations to be conducted by the respective
recruitment agencies.

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