Madhya Pradesh to recruit candidates based on NRA score- CM

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Aug 21, 2020

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According to the Chief Minister of Madhya Pradesh, Shivraj Singh Chouhan, the state will offer jobs to youths who have qualified the CEM and has an NRA score. According to him, Madhya Pradesh is the first state in the country to take this decision. On Wednesday, the creation of the National recruitment Agency was approved by Union Cabinet and they will be in charge of conducting the CET for selecting the candidates for different government jobs. Also Check- Features of NRA

This is going to help the job seekers in the country take a common test for all the Group B and C vacancies in the government offices and using the score, apply for them. The score is valid for 7 years.

The Chief Minister of Madhya Pradesh further states that the youths of the state will have a right on the public sector jobs and by extending the offer to recruit based on NRA score, the state is trying to make their lives better. It is also trying to eradicate the unnecessary hassles and expenditures related to traveling to exam centers and applying for different exams. The CM of Madhya Pradesh also encourages other states to take similar decisions so that the youths of the country and specific states can get better opportunities and prospects. The NRA will conduct separate eligibility tests, based on the candidates’ qualifications. There will be three tests for graduates, 12th pass and 10th pass.

Ever since the declaration of the making of the NRA, reactions from different ministers are flowing and mainly noted in twitter. This includes the reaction of the Prime Minister of the country as well. Click here to read more about PM’s tweet

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*The article might have information for the previous academic years, please refer the official website of the exam.

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