Results of Central govt Jobs exam
will be available online
Taking transparency as a further step in allocating the Central Government Jobs and to eliminate corruption in education using technology and innovations, Niti Aayog’s move appears to be a good example of present governance.
HIGHLIGHTS OF THIS IDEA
- The proposed idea was moved successfully by Niti Aayog
- It will help applicants to access the scores and rankings besides helping unemployed to access job opportunities
- “The Government of India has approved the idea of Niti Aayog for making scores and ranking of students in recruitment exams publicly accessible via online portal.
What does this mean?
It means from now on the candidates who take different exams for enrollment into Central government Jobs will now be able to see their scores and rankings on a dedicated portal. But, if the candidate does not want his scores and rankings to be accessible to public, he can choose disclosure scheme at the time of filling the application online.
National Informatics Centre is developing a portal for Integrated Information System For Public Recruitment Agencies.
Department Of Personnel Training (DoPT) said that this will also increase the access of opportunities to unemployed youth as part of the methods worked out by it for achieving the system suggested by Niti Aayog. The portal will have links to many recruiting government agencies’ (UPSC, SSC, etc) own web pages.
The homepages of the particular govt agency will display complete information of the recruitment process undertaken by it in the past one year and the date of release of the final results. The applicant after registering with the site becomes a user. The user can then click on the relevant exam, which will show the search page. From this search page, the applicant can access the details of the applicant, along with their rankings and scores in downward order.
Other details will include the candidate’s name, father/husband’s name, date of birth, category (general/SC/ST/OBC/PH/minority), gender, educational qualifications, address and e-mail address.
NOTE : The unified website will display disclaimers stating that the reliability of the data shown by the recruiting agency will be its own liability. Private or public agency undertaking employment based on data published, the DoPT/concerned ministry or department will not be liable for any legal matter arising from the procedure.