The Railway Recruitment Board (RRB) is recently announcing various openings in different departments to hire eligible candidates for the prestigious government jobs. Of all, the Railway Recruitment Cell (RRC) that is conducting the recruitment procedure for Group D job vacancies, is slated to hold the Physical Efficiency Test (PET); the exam dates of which have reportedly been postponed. RRC Group D PET exams will begin from March 31 to April 6, 2019. According to the notification, those exams which were earlier scheduled from March 26 to March 30, have been postponed, and now be held from April 3 to April 6, 2019. The candidates can check the detailed date sheet online at the official website; rrcecr.gov.in. RRC Group D Important Dates & Vacancy Details.
RRC had released the Group D PET admit card earlier on March 10, 2019. Now for the revised examination, the hall tickets will be uploaded on March 29, 2019. All the candidates must be available on the allotted exam dates at the selected venue with their RRC Group D PET admit card and a valid Photo ID proof. RRB JE Online Application Status Link Activated.
RRC Group D PET Exam 2019: What’s Next?
The candidate who will qualify the RRC Group D PET exam will next appear for the document verification process. The appointment of the selected candidates is subject to their passing requisite Medical Fitness Test which will be conducted by the Railway Administration. Besides, the final verification of educational and community certificates and verification of antecedents’ character of the candidates will next be held by the officials; the dates of which will be announced later.
Coming back to the RRC Group D PET exam, there separate passing criteria for male and female candidates. Where male candidates will have to finish a distance of 1000 metres within four minutes and 15 seconds, females should complete the same distance in five minutes and 40 seconds. Again, males will have to lift and carry 35 kg of weight and cover the range of 1000 meters in two minutes without putting the weight down. Female candidates will have to lift and carry 20 kg of weight for a distance of 100 metres in two minutes and not put their loads down.