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PM Modi launches National Recruitment Agency (NRA) says it will boost employment

The Union Cabinet led by Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Wednesday gave its endorsement for the production of the National Recruitment Agency (NRA), preparing for a change in the enlistment procedure for focal government employments.

Inviting the choice, PM Modi said that the move plans to wipe out various tests and spare valuable time just as assets. Not long after the declaration, Modi took to his Twitter account and stated: The National Recruitment Agency will end up being an aid for crores of adolescents. Through the Common Eligibility Test, it will wipe out different tests and spare valuable time just as assets. This will likewise be a major lift to straightforwardness.

A multi-office body called the National Recruitment Agency will direct a Common Eligibility Test (CET) and have a go at unraveling issues looked by applicants including simplicity of employment enrollment process.

NRA will have agents of the Ministry of Railways, Ministry of Finance/Department of Financial Services, the SSC, RRB and IBPS. It is imagined that the NRA would be an expert body bringing best in class innovation and best practices to the field of Central Government enlistment.

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