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Thursday, 15 March 2018

Rajya Sabha Report Regarding CET For All Govt. Exams

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Rajya Sabha Report Regarding CET  For All Govt. Exams





Dear Aspirants,

With a view to bring in transparency in the competitive examination, the government has tabled a bill in the Rajya Sabha on 14-March-2018 regarding Common Eligibility Test (CET).

The government of India has proposed to introduce a Common Eligibility Test (CET) to shortlist candidates for vacancies of Group ‘B’ (Non-Gazetted) and below level posts in the Government of India. Through this exercise, the entire recruitment system would be revamped and rationalized in two distinct stages, i.e.


(i) Tier-I - a Common Screening Test subsuming the preliminary Tier-I examinations conducted by all recruiting agencies of the Government of India, viz. SSC, Railways, Banking, etc; and

(ii) Tier-II – the main Examinations to be conducted independently by the concerned recruiting agencies.

To start the process candidates would mandatorily have to register themselves on a dedicated portal developed by the National Career Services (NCS) of the Ministry of Labour & Employment, which would generate a unique ID for each candidate. 


CETs would be conducted at three levels:



(i) Matriculation Level;

(ii) Higher Secondary (10+2) Level; and

(iii) Graduation Level. About 5 crore candidates are estimated to register for all the three levels of CETs making it the largest examination in the world.

It has been proposed that in the Financial Year 2018-19, only one level of CETs, i.e. at the Graduation Level, would be conducted in February 2019. In the successive year(s), all the three levels of examination would be conducted.


The Government has the proposal to make CET scores valid for a period of two years. The candidates would use their scores for appearing in Tier-II examinations, which would be conducted independently by the respective recruiting agencies. There is also scope for the CET scores to be used by State Governments / Public Sector Undertakings / Private Sector for recruitment of their manpower.

The Government has the proposal to make CET scores valid for a period of two years. The candidates would use their scores for appearing in Tier-II examinations, which would be conducted independently by the respective recruiting agencies. There is also scope for the CET scores to be used by State Governments / Public Sector Undertakings / Private Sector for recruitment of their manpower.

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