A viral post is doing rounds on social media platforms claiming that the RRB Group D Exam 2020 scheduled by the Indian Railways from December 15 have been cancelled. The exam is conducted for the recruitment of 1.5 lakh posts in Indian railways. The news is fake. The misleading news report quotes Railway Board Chairman Vinod Kumar Yadav saying that as the exams stand cancelled, a computer based test (CBT) will be held online for all the aspirants. Dismissing the fake claims, a fact check by Press Information Bureau (PIB) stated that the headline is fake as it is morphed. It added saying that the Railway Ministry has not made any such announcement for cancellation of railway exams for different posts in Indian Railways. Earlier this month on September 5, the Ministry of Railways had said that application process for the recruitment for all three categories of various posts in Indian Railways had been completed. At a time when the country is battling the COVID-19 pandemic, the government has time and again warned people of such misleading post and have urged them not to fall prey to such fake news and visit the official government websites for authentic information.