#Justiceforrailwaystudents: 2 years on, no word for RC Group D exams

#Justiceforrailwaystudents: 2 years on, no word for RC Group D exams

Railway group D job aspirants wait seems unending. Even after two years, the date of the recruitment exam has not been announced by RRC (Railway Recruitment Cell).

New Delhi: Railway group D job aspirants wait seems unending. Even after two years, the date of the recruitment exam has not been announced by RRC (Railway Recruitment Cell). Agitated and furious, Candidates have now taken to social media, posting their request on Twitter with #Justiceforrailwaystudents.

With this hashtag, candidates are urging Ministry of Railways to intervene and expediated the process. In their posts, candidates are also tagging Railway ministry and Railway Minister Ashwini Vaishnaw.

On November 26, the Railway Recruitment Board (RRB) released a notification on RRC group D exam asking the candidates to modify application forms in case their forms were rejected. 

Meanwhile, RRC informed that candidates can find the link on the official website – . 

The recruitment board had earlier assured the candidates to conduct RRC group D exam soon after the RRB (Railway Recruitment Board) NTPC (Non- Technical Popular Categories) exams will over. Notably, RRB is also yet to declare the results of NTPC examination which was conducted in July this year. 

The recruitment board in February 2019 had announced the recruitment for RRB NTPC and RRC group D positions.

In its last notification  regarding RRB NTPC result, the board asked the candidates to claim fee refund on August 31. 

Around 2 crore people submitted their application to appearing in railway exams.

As the selection process of Railway recruitment, candidates have to qualify several levels. Here, only the first level of RRB NTPC is over and no information about the result is given. 

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first published:Dec. 1, 2021, 2:44 p.m.

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