Posted on 16-12-2020 by Admin
RRB Recruitment Exam 2020: Examination starting from today for the recruitment of millions of posts in Railways, keep these things in mind The examination for the notified posts in Railway Recruitment Board (RRB) 2019 starts today i.e. December 15.
The examination for the notified posts in Railway Recruitment Board (RRB) 2019 starts today i.e. December 15. The examination will begin with a computer-based test for various posts in the Ministerial and Isolated category. This category includes posts like teacher, stenographer. The exam will be held till 18 December. A total of 1,663 vacancies will be filled through this examination and 1,02,940 candidates are expected to appear in this examination.
The next RRB exam will be conducted for the posts of Non Technical Popular Category (NTPC). The exam will start from December 28 and will be conducted by March 2021. A total of 35,208 vacancies will be filled through this examination and 1,26,30,885 candidates have registered for this examination.
The third exam will be for RRC level 1 in the month of April. This exam will also be conducted in computer based mode. 1,03,769 posts will be filled through this exam. 1 crore 15 lakh candidates have applied for this examination.
- Candidates have to submit Self Declaration Certificate at the entry gate. Railway officials have said that candidates will not be allowed to appear in the examination without declaration.
- Thermostat will be checked at the examination centers through a thermo gun.
- The candidates whose temperature will be high will not be allowed to sit in the examination and for such candidates the exam will be held on any other day.
- All candidates will be required to wear their own face mask.
- Photo and biometric of the candidates will be taken before the commencement of the examination. The centers will be monitored with CCTV cameras.
- Railways will run special examination trains to travel the candidates wherever necessary and possible.
- Candidates can familiarize themselves with a mock test before computer based test. The link for the mock test is available on the official website of RRB.