What is CET Exam | Common Eligibility Test | CET Exam Kya hai | NRA CET 2021 – 2022

What is CET Exam | Common Eligibility Test | CET Exam Kya hai | NRA CET 2021 – 2022


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The Common Eligibility Test (or CET), is an upcoming examination in India to be started from year 2021 for recruitment of staff to non-gazetted posts in the central government and public sector banks and Indian Railways. The test will be conducted by National Recruitment Agency[2] which will function as a central agency of Indian Government . The setting up of the National Recruitment Agency for replacing multiple entrance examination with a single examination was approved by Union Cabinet of India on 19 August 2020..

Common Eligibility Test Acronym CET Developer / administrator National Recruitment Agency Purpose Recruitment of staff under group B and C (non-technical) [1] for Central Govt.Year started2021Offeredtwice a yearRestrictions on attemptsNo restrictionCountries / regionsIndia
The National Recruitment Agency shall conduct a separate CET each for the three levels of graduate, higher secondary (12th pass), and the matriculate (10th pass) candidates for various non-technical posts. Presently such tests are being conducted by SSC, IBPS, Railways, and various other organizations.


Presently multiple examinations by various agencies viz. Railways, IBPS, SSC are held for recruiting group B and C staff for various organizations of central govt. In the budget speech of 2020-21, the finance minister Nirmala Sitaraman proposed setting up National Recruitment Agency in order to replace multiple examinations for various govt. job recruitment in India by Central Govt. The upcoming CET will replace all these exams, which will save job seekers time and energy from filling multiple forms and focusing on all the examinations. 

Salient Features of NRA and CET—

The CET will be held twice a year and the scores will be valid for the next three years from the date of declaration of result. The best of CET scores will be considered as the current score of the candidate.

Mode of Examination

The examination will be conducted as online examination, also the candidates will have to apply online for this examination. This test will be based on a multiple-choice objective type question paper.

No. of Attempts

There will be no limit on the number of attempts for taking this examination, but the upper age limit will be there. However, the relaxation in the upper age limit shall be given to candidates of SC/ST/OBC and other categories as per the extant policy of the Government.

Exams Replaced by CET 

Here are the top three government exams by which the Common Eligibility Test gets replaced.
Staff Selection Commission (SSC), NTPC Railway Recruitment Board (RRB), and Institute of Banking Personnel Selection (IBPS).

Medium of Examination

There are 22 languages in the Eighth Schedule of the Constitution of India, out of which this examination is conducted in 12 languages.

Examination Centers

For the ease of the candidates, each district will have at least one examination center, and in total around 1000 examination centers will be made.

Other features

The scores of CET will be with central government, state government, union territories, public sector undertakings and private sector, and it can be used for recruitment in their respective departments and agencies /companies. 

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