RRB Group D Exam 2021 To Begin Tentatively From February 23, 2022

New Delhi, 09, December, 2021: The Railway Recruitment Board (RRB) has released the date for RRB Group D exam date 2021. The exam is scheduled to begin from 23 February 2021 and candidates waiting since 2019 can now appear for the RRB exam. However, this is a tentative date and may change in the future.Β Β Β 

Note: The board has released an important notice regarding computer-based exams for various level 1 posts. Also, candidates who have applied for the RRB Group D exam can get more details on the official website.

RRB Group D Exam Date 2021 – Highlights

  • The Computer Based Test (CBT) is all set to begin tentatively from 23rd February 2022 in multiple phases.
  • The CBT will be held as per the prevailing conditions and government guidelines in view of the COVID-19 pandemic.
  • The link to view exam details, including the city and date of exam – as well as the link to download the travelling authority document for SC/ST candidates – will be made available on all RRB websites before 10 days of commencement of exam.
  • Candidates can download their e-call letters four days prior to the CBT date mentioned in the exam details link.

RRB Group D Exam Date 2021: Details

The applications of 4,85,607 candidates were rejected on the grounds of invalid photographs and/or signatures. For them, the modification link will be live from 15 December to 26 December 2021 on all the official websites of RRBs. This link can be used to upload photographs and the signature afresh.Β 

Note:Β 

  • Candidates should beware of frauds who try to misguide them with fake promises of appointment for jobs.Β 
  • RRB selections are based on the Computer Based Test (CBT) and recruitment is based solely on the merit of the candidates.
  • This exam has been long awaited since 2019 and around 1 crore railway job aspirants have been protesting in favor of holding the exam with no further delay.

To read the official notice, please click here.Β 

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