The National Recruitment Agency has issued a warning to people to beware of fake websites offering jobs in his name.
The notice states that the NRA has not yet launched its official website.
The craze of government jobs is still intact in the country. The importance of government jobs has increased during the corona epidemic. Government Job It’s not easy to get. For this, you have to work hard and give tough exams. Seeing the attractiveness of youth towards government jobs, fraudsters also do not miss the opportunity to capitalize on this opportunity. Many times people become victims of fraud in the name of government jobs. In view of this, National Recruitment Agency has issued a warning to people to beware of fake websites offering jobs in his name. Let us tell you that the National Recruitment Agency conducts online examination for the recruitment of Central Government.
The NRA issued a public notice saying, it has been learned that some fake advertisements offering vacancies through recruitment examinations for or by the National Recruitment Agency (NRA) are being published in websites / YouTube videos on the Internet. It is clarified that such websites are completely bogus and false. Appropriate action is being taken in this regard as per law. The notice states that the NRA has not yet launched its official website.
NRA has not yet launched the official website
The notice states that the NRA has not yet launched its official website. Candidates, applicants and general public are advised to keep themselves away from such fake advertisements/websites/videos.
The NRA is entrusted with the task of conducting the Common Eligibility Test (CET) to screen, shortlist candidates for jobs in the government sector, for which presently the Staff Selection Commission (SSC), Railway Recruitment Boards (RRBs) ) and is recruited through Institute of Banking Personnel Selection (IBPS).