NRA CET syllabus 2021: CET for Bank Exams syllabus, CET for SSC syllabus, CET syllabus for Railway
NRA CET 2021 syllabus, common eligibility test syllabus: CET for Bank Exams syllabus, CET for SSC syllabus, CET syllabus for Railway
NRA CET Common Eligibility Test 2021 Syllabus, Exam date and Exam pattern 2020-2021 for Bank, SSC, and Railway Exams
As we know that the government is going to take a common preliminary exam for the non-gazetted posts in the central government. The government has decided to conduct a Common Eligibility Test (CET) in place of prelims exams for all the government departments. The score of the exam will be used to select the candidates for the higher level of examination by the different organizations for selected candidates for the posts. The test scores will be valid for a period of 3 years and will be conducted twice a year. This is going to help all the government aspirants as there will be no need to fill different applications for the different exams and you students will have to prepare for a single exam now.
NRA CET 2020-2021: Common Eligibility TEST (CET) Syllabus and Exam pattern
As per the speculation, there will be different exam pattern and syllabus for the graduate, senior secondary, and secondary level exams. Candidates are advised to keep in touch with EnglishKendra for all the updates regarding the CET exam pattern, Syllabus and Eligibility.
NRA has not defined any syllabus and exam pattern yet, but based on past experiences, our team tried to chalk out a tentative syllabus and exam pattern.
If we analyze the current prelims exam syllabus of Bank, SSC, and railways Exams, we will find that Basic Quantitative aptitude, reasoning and general English are common for all the exams. Also, GK is almost common for SSC and Railway exams, so from this thing it is clear that the syllabus is more or less going to be similar to the previous exams. A common syllabus keeping in mind the students of all the agencies involved will be defined.
Here, we have tried to define a tentative syllabus. The paper may be distributed in four sections:
1) Quantitative aptitude – This section will contain basic mathematics questions along with arithmetic up to class 12th. Arithmetic will contain topics like profit and loss, percentage, time and work, ratio and proportion, compound interest and simple interest, average, probability, mensuration, time and distance, etc. This Section will also include data interpretation, simplification, approximation. We can also expect questions from algebra, trigonometry, number series, and quadratic equation as well.
Expected Topics of Quantitative Aptitude –
Ratio & Proportion
Profit & Loss
Time & Work
Time & Distance
Boats & Stream
SI & CI
Height & Distance
2) English – This section will test the candidate’s basic knowledge of the English language, and it will be general English. We can expect topics like reading comprehension, Cloze tests, error detection , fillers, and other grammar questions. No matter what the exam pattern is, English is going to be a very important section in the CET exam.
Probable Topics of English Language –
Antonym & Synonym
One Word Substitution
Fill in the Blanks
3) Reasoning – this section will contain questions from the topics like blood relations, puzzle and seating arrangement, coding decoding, order and ranking, direction sense, clock, etc.
Expected Topics of Reasoning Ability –
Puzzles & Seating Arrangement
Order & Ranking
Coding & Decoding
Statement & Inference
4) General awareness – It will contain current affairs and static GK questions from History, Polity and Geography.
Expected Topics of General Awareness –
Note- This is a tentative syllabus and exam pattern, we will have to wait for the official notification for the exact syllabus and pattern.
Do visit EnglishKendra daily in order to keep yourself updated.
CET 2021: Eligibility Criteria
The eligibility criteria for the CET 2021 will be same as it is now for graduate, 12th passed and 10th standard students. There will be 3 levels of exam namely, undergraduate, 12th level exam, and 10th level exam. There is no change in the eligibility of the exam. Candidates, no need to panic as it is a single prelims exam only, otherwise there will be no change in eligibility.by