RRB Group D Exam 2018 postponed in this city: All you need to know

first_imgRRB Group D Exam 2018: The Railway Recruitment Board (RRB), Bhopal has postponed Group D Exam 2018 which was scheduled to be held on September 25.As per media a report, the exam has been postponed because BJP workers’ conference is scheduled to be held on the same date. However, the RRB has not stated any particular reason for deferring the exam.Here’s what the official notification read:”CBT for Level 1 Posts against CEN 02/2018 scheduled on 25/09/2018 at various centers in Bhopal city only is postponed. This message is already sent through SMS to the candidates. This exam will Reschedule after 16.10.2018 .Reschedule date of exam (CBT)will be informed shortly to the candidates through SMS on their registered mobile number,” the official notice read.False video on social media:”Candidates may please note that the video circulating on social media about an examination in Bhagalpur centre of Bihar does not pertain to RRB Group D Exam. RRB conducts exam in a secure, professional and transparent Manner. Do not get misguided by any such misinformation on social media and rely only on information published on the official websites of RRBs.”RRB Group D Exam 2018:Meanwhile, the Railway Recruitment Board (RRB) stated the RRB Group D Exam 2018 from September 17, 2018. The examination is being held in different shifts and timings across the country.RRB Group D: Exam patternThe duration of the exam will be 90 minutesA total of 100 questions will be framedMultiple-choice type questions will be asked and one-third marks will be deducted for each wrong answeradvertisementSelection procedure:Computer Based Test (CBT): This would be an online test of 90 minutes and will have 100 multiple choice questions.Physical Efficiency Test (PET): In this test, a candidate’s physical capabilities will be tested with some tasks.About Indian Railways:One of the world’s largest railway networks, the Indian Railways, was first introduced in the year 1853. It has always been an integral part of lives across the country.Railways were first introduced to India in the year 1853 from Bombay to Thane.By the year 1951, the different systems of the railways were nationalised as one unit, which became the Indian Railways.In the year 2003, the Indian Railways was featured in the Guinness Book of World Records for offering the steepest rise in altitude in the space of 96 kilometers.Read: RRB postpones notification for Group D exam details scheduled to be conducted after October 16Read: Indian Railways is hiring! Apply for RRB Group C vacancies in sports quota before October 15last_img

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