NRA CET 2024: Most of the Indian youths are preparing for government jobs through the Staff Selection Commission. Staff Selection Commission- SSC recruits various employees through the recruitment of SSC CHSL, CGL, MTS, GD, etc. Now big news is coming from the sources that candidates have to participate in the NRA CET Examination also for participating in the SSC recruitment 2023 procedure. So if you are also preparing for SSC examinations then this article is very helpful for you. You will get the information on upcoming updates of SSC exams 2023 in this article.
SSC exams 2023 will be conducted by NRA
The government of India has proposed a new agency named as National Recruitment Agency which is a responsible agency to conduct various recruitment examinations in India. It is similar to a national testing agency, but a National testing agency mainly conducts Admission-related examinations, and a national recruitment agency will conduct recruitment-related examinations in India. Most of the SSC examinations 2023-24 are divided into Tier 1 and Tier 2. All the exams which have only tire one will be conducted by NRA through CET. The term CET stands for common eligibility test. The examination will be conducted in the upcoming year of 2024.
New updates on SSC examinations 2023
Some most popular examinations of SSC are SSC MTS, CHSL, CGL, GD, and other department examinations. These examinations have two phases which are known as Tier 1 and Tier 2. The first phase of the examination is an objective type examination which is conducted by SSC on CBT mode on the computer. But now it is proposed that the National Recruitment Agency- NRA will further conduct that tier one examination of SSC in the NRA CET examination. The upcoming examination of NTA CET is proposed to be held in SSC Recruitment 2024.
Features of NRA CET exam 2024
According to the media reports, there are many features available in the upcoming examination of the National Recruitment Agency Common Eligibility Test- NRA CET. You can check all the features of the upcoming examination of NRA CET at the following point:
SSC Tier 1 will be replaced by NRA CET
According to the latest structure of the SSC, all the examinations of Tier 1 and Tier 2 are conducted by the SSC. But now National recruitment agency will get the opportunity to conduct the SSC Tier 1 exam for all the recruitments including MTS, CHSL, CGL, GD, etc. If you appear in this entrance examination and clear the entrance then after that you can participate in the Tier 2 round of SSC.
SSC Tier 2 will conducted by SSC
It should be also remembered that the National recruitment agency will get the responsibility to conduct the examination of only tier one examination. After this, NRA will prepare the merit list of the successful candidates in the NRA CET examination. According to the merit list, SSC will call selected candidates to appear in the next phases of this recruitment. All further phases of the recruitment will be conducted by the staff selection commission according to the schedule. including the typing test or the descriptive written examination according to the post.
Direct participation in the SSC Tier 2 exam for the next three months
Candidates need not appear in the NRA CET exam 2024 every time. Once you have successfully qualified for the NRA CET examination, after that you can participate in the SSC Tier 2 exam. The marks of NRA CET will be valid for the upcoming next 3 years. So if you complete the NRA CET examination in one time then you can participate in the SSC examination of Tier 2 of various recruitment for the next 3 years until your validity. So it is a good opportunity to focus on only Tier 2 descriptive examination.
No worry about the Number of attempts
It is also good news for the candidates who will appear in the NRA CET examination in 2024, that they do not need to worry about the number of attempts. there is no any bar or limit to the attempts to appear in the NRA CET examination. but you should remember that the age limit rule will be followed by the SSC to recruit for various posts.