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Information about One Nation One Exam 

The central government has planned to make a major amendment in the recruitment examinations. The Union Personnel Ministry has suggested setting up a dedicated agency for recruitment to Group ‘B’ non-gazetted government-recommended posts, specific Group ‘C’ posts and various roles in supporting government organizations to administer a common eligibility test.Recently the government has released a data regarding the number of vacant posts in government jobs. According to this data, till 2018, there are 6,83,823 vacant posts in different departments of the Central Government in the country. Out of which, 5,74,289 posts are in Group C, 89,638 posts are in Group B and 19,896 posts are vacant in Group A.

When these recruitments are issued by the government in various departments, students have to pay different fees to apply in different departments as well as travel expenses to reach the examination center prescribed according to the examination. To solve this problem of students, the government has proposed one country one examination. We are telling you about this in detail on this page.

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What is One Nation One Exam ?

The Center has made a big proposal regarding the examinations to be conducted for jobs. It is proposed to make all the recruitments for Group ‘B’ and ‘C’ posts through a single examination. It is proposed to get this work done through Common Eligibility Test (CET) from a specific agency.

According to Union Minister of State for Personnel Jitendra Singh, ‘ A common eligibility test will be conducted for the selection of candidates for appointment to Group ‘B’ non-gazetted posts, certain Group ‘C’ posts in the government and the same posts in supporting government organizations. A proposal has been made to set up a special agency. This will save money for both the government agencies conducting the examination and the candidates appearing in the examination.  Along with this, all the participants will get equal opportunity. Regarding the proposal of One Country One Examination, the Union Personnel Ministry has sought response from the Central Government Ministries, State Governments, Union Territories and other concerned departments within a month.

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Benefit One Nation One Exam

  • The examination will be conducted by one of the agencies through online medium, due to which the time taken to get the result of the examination will be less.
  • Students will not have to pay separate fees for each department’s examination, they will have to pay the fees only once.
  • At least one examination center will be set up in every district of India, due to which students will save both travel expenses and time taken to take the examination in another district.
  • Candidates will be able to choose the examination center voluntarily.
  • The selection process will take less time, as well as common registration through one portal.
  • The youth preparing for this will directly benefit and their problems will be reduced.

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Information About CET

With the aim of making competitive examinations transparent, the Central Government is considering organizing a Common Eligibility Test. The Government believes that for the purpose of transparency in various government job recruitment examinations, there should be one platform ‘Common Eligibility Test’ (CET) for all government job examinations, so that the recruitment examinations can be conducted in a proper and fair manner. And so that the candidates can avoid problems that may arise during the examination.

The government introduced a bill in the Rajya Sabha on March 14, 2018, with the aim of creating transparency in government examinations. According to this bill, the candidates for the vacancies of Group ‘B’ (Non-Gazetted) and below level posts of the Government of India All competitive examinations for selection are now envisaged to be conducted through a common selection test i.e. Common Eligibility Test ( CET). No official notification has been issued by the government regarding the Common Eligibility Test (CET).

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Reason for conducting CET

The examinations conducted by the concerned institutions for the appointment of employees and officers in various government institutions were unsuccessful due to one reason or the other. Taking this problem seriously, the government considered the formation of CET. The government believes that this not only tarnishes the image of the Commission but also leads to wastage of money and also wastes the Commission’s time with the students. Due to which the parliamentary committee put forward this proposal.

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CET Selection Process

The selection process of the examination under CET has been divided into two stages, which are as follows-

  • Tier 1- A common screening test included in the preliminary Tier-1 examinations conducted by all the recruitment agencies of the Government of India, i.e. SSC, Railways, Banking, etc.
  • Tier 2- Main Recruitment Main examinations conducted by the respective recruitment agencies.

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CET Exam Level & System

Under CET, it has been suggested to conduct examinations at three levels, which are as follows-

  • matriculation level
  • Higher Secondary (10+2) level
  • graduate level

Validity of CET Exam

The government suggests extending the validity of CET scores by two years. Candidates will use these scores to qualify for Tier 2 examinations, which will be conducted independently by the respective recruitment agencies.

Loss From CET Exam

According to the proposal, initially CET will conduct the examination only in English and Hindi medium. CET exam will not be conducted in regional languages. This can become a big problem for students preparing for Public Service Commission examinations in regional languages.

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