NRA CET | Common Eligibility Test Selection Process, Exam Pattern & Syllabus

Hello Friends! In this article, we will discuss the NRA Common Eligibility Test: CET Selection Process, Exam Pattern & Syllabus for the best preparation of SSC, Bank & Railway Exams.

Recently, the central government has established the National Recruitment Agency (NRA) to conduct the single recruitment exam for selection to non-gazetted posts in the SSC bank & railways, etc.

The NRA will conduct a single recruitment exam for all non-gazetted posts (Group A and Group B). hence, this exam is also known as NRA Common Eligibility Test (CET). After qualifying for this exam, the candidates can apply to any recruitment commission. There are no limits to appear at this exam.

So, here I will describe NRA CET Full Form, Eligibility Criteria, Expected Selection Process, Exam Pattern, and Syllabus for the best preparation of NRA CET Exam 2020-21.

NRA CET Full Form

Full form of NRA CET in English & Hindi

NRA CET is a Common Eligibility Test, that is proposed to conduct for the upcoming Bank, SSC & Railways (Non-gazetted) exams. here I describe the NRA CET Full Form in Hindi & English both languages.

NRA stands for National Recruitment Agency & CET stands for Common Eligibility Test. While NRA CET Full Form in Hindi is Rashtriya Bharti Agency (राष्ट्रीय भर्ती एजेंसी), & the CET stands for Saman Yogyata Pariksha (समान योग्यता परीक्षा).

NRA CET Eligibility

The NRA CET exam will be conducted at three levels including high school level, intermediate level, and graduation level.

  • HighSchool Level
  • Intermediate Level
  • Graduation Level
NRA Common Eligibility Test | CET Selection Process, Exam Pattern & Syllabus

NRA CET Exam Pattern

The NRA CET Exam paper will be divided into four parts, which include Reasoning Ability, English Language and Comprehension, Quantitative Aptitude, and General Awareness.

NRA CET | Common Eligibility Test Expected Exam Pattern

Part/SubjectNo. of
25 50
25 50
and Reasoning
25 50
Time Duration1 Hour 60

Note; There will be also a provision of 0.25 negative marking for each wrong answer in this exam.

NRA CET Syllabus

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