Important decision of Modi cabinet: NRA to conduct Common Eligibility Entrance Test for government jobs
The cabinet meeting was held on Wednesday under the chairmanship of Prime Minister Narendra Modi. Union Minister Prakash Javadekar gave details of the decisions taken at the cabinet meeting at a press conference. The management and operation of 6 airports in the country have been outsourced to private companies. Apart from this, the National Recruitment Agency (NRA) has been given the authority to conduct CET (Common Eligibility cum Entrance Test) for the subordinate posts.
Now that one country has approved one examination system, Union Minister Javadekar said that the historic decision to end these examinations would benefit millions of the country’s youth. Government recruitment exams vary in the schedule, application process and fees, which often leads to errors, which cause problems for villagers, women a
nd the disabled.
To address these challenges, the Cabinet has taken a historic decision to set up a National Recruitment Agency.
2.5 2.5 to 3 crore people take exams every year for more than 1.25 lakh Group B and Group C seats, these exams are conducted by IPBS, AAC and RRB, now these different exams will be the same: Secretary
Javadekar said Jaipur, Guwahati, and Thiruvananthapuram airports have also been allowed to be leased under a public-private partnership.
Adani Group’s bid for 6 airports was approved last year
The Adani Group’s bid to operate Jaipur, Guwahati, Thiruvananthapuram, Lucknow, Ahmedabad, and Mangalore was approved in February last year. An agreement was signed between the Airports Authority of India and Adani Enterprises in February this year for Ahmedabad, Mangalore, and Lucknow airports.
The merit list of Common Entrance Test will be valid for 3 years
Commenting on the decision of the cabinet, Union Minister Prakash Javadekar said that today young people have to pass many exams for jobs. Instead, the National Recruitment Agency will now take the Common Eligibility Test. In this regard, Minister Jitendra Singh said that the merit list of this Common Entrance Test will be valid for 3 years. It will benefit the youth. Prakash Javadekar said there are about 20 recruitment agencies in the country. The government has taken an important decision to end all this. Prakash Javadekar said that this demand of the youth was there for years. However, no decision has been taken so far. The decision will also alleviate the suffering of the youth and save them money. Youngsters will now have the opportunity to go beyond a single exam.
Decision to also give relief to sugarcane growers
Giving more details about the decision taken at the meeting, Prakash Javadekar said that the cabinet has also taken a decision for one crore sugarcane growers. The government has increased the beneficial value. Now the price has been fixed at Rs 285 per quintal. That’s based on a 10 percent recovery. If there is an 11 per cent recovery, you will get Rs 28 50 paise more per quintal. It will benefit one crore farmers.