After much wait, the Railway Recruitment Board (RRB) has finally released the exam date, city and other details for Group D remaining candidates who are going to appear in the exam from October 29, 2018. As the link is now live, the candidates can check the Computer-based Test (CBT) timetable on the official website; rrbcdg.gov.in and other regional websites. The notification on the website mentions the exam city and date information is scheduled till December 17. Besides, the candidates must note that the e-call letters for the Group D exams from October 29 will be available on all the region based official websites from October 25. RRB ALP, Technician Recruitment 2018: Last Day Today to Submit Group C Post Preference Details Online.
The exam details can be checked on the relevant link by logging in with the user ID and password generated by the Indian Railways. Again, as the admit card link is activated, the candidates will have to enter their registration number, date of birth and other details in the space provided on the window. The print out of the hall tickets must be carried at the exam centre; otherwise, the candidates will be bared from sitting in the examinations. RRB did not conduct any exams across the nation from October 17 to 21 because of Durga Puja and other festivals like Dussehra. Similarly, the board will also not host the exam during the Hindu festivities Diwali and Chatth Puja. How to Prepare for Group D CBT, Last Minute Tips & Tricks to Ace September Level 1 Test?
Meanwhile, the states where the board had to cancel the Group D exams, re-examination scheduled for those candidates will be released soon. The CPO, Northern Railway earlier said, “Due to adivasi strike, several candidates from Odisha and Kolkata could not appear in the examination on September 26. There are also some incidents happened in Manipur and Kerala, the board will conduct the exams of the affected area after December 14.” RRB is conducting the largest recruitment drive in the history of recruitment in the Indian Railways. The computer-based test is undertaken phase-wise, and it will continue till December.