Competitive Examination conducting authorities like SSC, RRB, UPSC etc. have been asked by the Indian Government to share the grades scored by the candidates online. Directed to take a one-of its kinds move, authorities like Staff Selection Commission (SSC), Railway Recruitment Board (RRB), Union Public Service Commission (UPSC) to upload the marks of the candidates who take the competitive examinations be it recruitment exam or the entrance examination, held by these authorities, the marks shall be uploaded by them on the National Career Service, i.e. NCS portal soon.
Why SSC, RRB & UPSC Need To Share Grades Online?
Out of all the examination conducting authorities, the big question arises as to why only SSC, UPSC and RRBs have to share their grades online at the NCS portal and why not others? The answer lies in the fact that these authorities are the ones who use the services of NCS which is directly under the Ministry of Labour and Employment.
Hence, uploading the scores of the aspirants who take the examinations conducted by these aforementioned authorities i.e. UPSC, RRB AND SSC, soon the grades and marks as secured by you would be available at the ncs.gov.in which is the official website of the National Career Services online portal.
Extending the same decision to be implemented by other authorities like RBI, Defence Services, Para-Military Examinations, NHAI, NABARD etc, apart from the mains like UPSC, SSC & RRBs the government aims to bring transparency in almost every public sector examination.
Sharing Grades Online, A Symbiotic Move?
Well , this is not the only reason as to why SSC, UPSC and RRBs have to share the scores online. Other benefits like greater transparency introduced via such a move along with recruitment of well-deserved candidates by even private sector can boost up the hiring and recruitment process for many.
Viewing the initiative by the Union Government who issued notifications officially to all the conducting authorities using NCS services like RRBs, SSC and UPSC in holding competitive examinations every year as a ‘Symbiotic One’, those who crack these examinations as well as those who are at the receiving end of selecting the right ones.
By clearing the cut-off of that year making it to the merit list, such candidates appearing for the RRB exams or by those held by UPSC or even SSC are certainly benefited along with introducing a mutual benefit for private firms to select the candidates based on the judgement criteria of their scored marks in such prestigious examinations even if they fail to crack the same by a marginal amount. Doesn’t that sound like a huge relief? Surely it does indeed!
All hail RRB, UPSC and SSC examinations, they have another reason to boast about them being the prestigious ones for sure.