NRA CET 2022 has various advantages for the aspirants of SSC, IBPS, and RRB exams.
1. A change in the recruitment process:
Currently, people seeking government jobs must sit for many exams administered by various recruitment agencies for various positions. On a combined basis, 2.5 crores -3 crores candidates appear in these examinations.
These individuals would be able to take a single test and apply to any or all of these recruitment agencies for the higher level of examination if there was a standard eligibility test.
2. Fees would no longer be paid on a regular basis:
Candidates must pay fees to many recruiting firms in order to take various exams. With the launch of CET, candidates will only have to pay a single price rather than several fees to different agencies for multiple tests.
3. Cost savings:
In addition to lower fees, one of the NRA CET's advantages is cost savings. It lowers the added costs of travel, boarding, and hotel, among other things. For the poor candidates, this is a huge relief.
It also lowers exam-conducting authority' costs by reducing avoidable/repetitive expenditure, law and order/security-related difficulties, and venue-related issues.
4. Ease of access to testing facilities:
In the revised concept, the creation of examination infrastructure in the 117 Aspirational Districts is given significant attention.
This would make it much easier for applicants to apply for exams, as it not only serves as a motivator for students in rural and remote locations to apply for exams, but it also provides some relief in terms of time constraints.
Take a practice exam using the most recent CET pattern.
5. CET in multiple languages:
The common eligibility test will be conducted in multiple languages, making the exam more accessible to candidates from all over the country.
6. Assistance to candidates from rural and economically disadvantaged areas:
Taking into account the financial and other restraints, candidates from economically disadvantaged backgrounds are sometimes forced to choose which exam they want to take. As a result of the NRA’s advantages, this constraint is substantially reduced.
7. Standardized Testing:
For those non-technical posts currently filled by SSC, RRBs, and other agencies, NRA will conduct a separate CET for each of the three levels of graduate, higher secondary (12th pass), and matriculate (10th pass) candidates (IBPS).
Final selection for recruitment will be accomplished through different specialized Tiers (II, III, etc.) of examinations, which will be held by the respective recruitment agencies, based on the screening done at the CET score level.
At this level, the test’s curriculum would be standard. This would make it easier for applicants who are studying for different tests based on different curriculum.
8. Scores are valid for three years and there is no limit on how many times you can try:
There will be no limit on the number of tries a candidate can make to appear in the NRA CET. This would significantly reduce the amount of time, money, and effort put in by candidates each year.
9. Choosing Test Centers and Scheduling Tests:
The NRA aspires to a point where candidates can arrange their own tests at their preferred testing centers. Candidates would be able to register on a shared portal and choose from a variety of centers, which would then be assigned to them based on availability.
10. To Have Easy Access To The Exam Room:
In the context of designing examination infrastructure in a total of 117 districts, the authorities have made a firm decision. In the case of applicants from rural areas, it will have a significant impact.
It also assists students in making the best possible application for the exam. This also makes it feasible to encourage students who live in the region to take an excellent government exam without having to pay such a high fee and with a much simpler process.
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