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Less taxing | TH
Make in India, for the world | ToI
The marriage age misconception | TH
In Bihar, EC’s challenge | IndExp
Saving a tree| IndExp
NEWS
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Less taxing | TH
Make in India, for the world | ToI
The marriage age misconception | TH
In Bihar, EC’s challenge | IndExp
Saving a tree| IndExp
NEWS
Less taxing | TH
?Cabinet okays setting up of National Recruitment
Agency
?NRA will conduct a screening examination for non-
gazetted jobs.
?NRA will eliminate need for candidates to take
separate examinations of the Railway Recruitment
Board, Staff Selection Commission and Institute of
Banking Personnel Selection.
?This is a welcome administrative reform measure.
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Less taxing | TH
Make in India, for the world | ToI
The marriage age misconception | TH
In Bihar, EC’s challenge | IndExp
Saving a tree| IndExp
NEWS
Less taxing | TH
?Cabinet okays setting up of National Recruitment
Agency
?NRA will conduct a screening examination for non-
gazetted jobs.
?NRA will eliminate need for candidates to take
separate examinations of the Railway Recruitment
Board, Staff Selection Commission and Institute of
Banking Personnel Selection.
?This is a welcome administrative reform measure.
Page 4


Less taxing | TH
Make in India, for the world | ToI
The marriage age misconception | TH
In Bihar, EC’s challenge | IndExp
Saving a tree| IndExp
NEWS
Less taxing | TH
?Cabinet okays setting up of National Recruitment
Agency
?NRA will conduct a screening examination for non-
gazetted jobs.
?NRA will eliminate need for candidates to take
separate examinations of the Railway Recruitment
Board, Staff Selection Commission and Institute of
Banking Personnel Selection.
?This is a welcome administrative reform measure.
?The gains from a single examination, when
offered at the district level in the regional
language, as opposed to a multiplicity of tests in
far fewer locations are self-evident.
?Overall, the posts coming under the ambit of the
proposed NRA would cover about 1.25 lakh jobs a
year, which typically attract about 2.5 crore
aspirants.
?Candidates would no longer have to travel to
urban centres at considerable expense and
hardship to take an employment test.
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Less taxing | TH
Make in India, for the world | ToI
The marriage age misconception | TH
In Bihar, EC’s challenge | IndExp
Saving a tree| IndExp
NEWS
Less taxing | TH
?Cabinet okays setting up of National Recruitment
Agency
?NRA will conduct a screening examination for non-
gazetted jobs.
?NRA will eliminate need for candidates to take
separate examinations of the Railway Recruitment
Board, Staff Selection Commission and Institute of
Banking Personnel Selection.
?This is a welcome administrative reform measure.
?The gains from a single examination, when
offered at the district level in the regional
language, as opposed to a multiplicity of tests in
far fewer locations are self-evident.
?Overall, the posts coming under the ambit of the
proposed NRA would cover about 1.25 lakh jobs a
year, which typically attract about 2.5 crore
aspirants.
?Candidates would no longer have to travel to
urban centres at considerable expense and
hardship to take an employment test.
?Opportunities to improve performance, subject
to age limits, and a three-year validity for scores
are positive features.
?Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman in her budget
speech said the NRA would be an independent,
professional, specialist organisation.
?New posts are sanctioned periodically, but a large
number of vacancies remain unfilled.
?With growing emphasis on transferring core
railway services to the private sector, there may
be fewer government jobs on offer in the future.
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