Railway Recruitment Board (RRB) Ajmer on Friday releases the exam notice for Advt 3/2019 Ministerial & Isolated Categories various posts. As per the schedule, RRBs would be conducting 1st Stage Online Computer Based Exam (CBT- 1) from 15 December 2020 onwards. RRB Ajmer communicates on the release date of CBT 1 admit cards and exam city. "The link to view Exam city and Exam will be enabled before 10 days of the examination and e-admit card will be available 4 days before the examination, RRB Notice reads.
In its exam notice, RRB commemorates the Application Status window and Registration dates, when RRBs invited applications against 1665 posts under Ministerial and Isolated Categories Recruitment Examination 2019. "The applications were invited from eligible candidates for various posts of 30 categories notified in CEN 03/2019", notice adds.
Earlier in the September, RRBs facilitated the window to check Application status from 15-20 October 2020. Board had concluded the Application scrutiny against the Ministerial and Isolated Categories various posts (MI).
As per the announcement, RRB Advt CEN 03/2019 Single Stage Computer Based Test (CBT) duly observing COVID-19 guidelines will be held tentatively between 15 Dec 2020 and 23 Dec 2020. Here's the direct link to check the Advt CEN 3/2019 exam notice, dated 30 October 2020.
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Downloading of RRB Ministerial & Isolated Categories (CEN 3/2019) e-Call letters will start from 4 days prior to CBT date mentioned in Exam City and date intimation link. The link for viewing the Exam City & Date and downloading of Travelling Authority for SC/ ST candidates will be made available on all RRB websites in due course i.e. 10 days prior to start of examination, notice dated 30 Oct, 2020 reads.
Indian Railways CEO V.K Yadav has also said that Indian Railways pending recruitment exams on nearly 1.4 Lakh vacancies to start from 15 December 2020. Railway Recruitment Boards have decided to conduct 1st stage Computer Based Test for RRB NTPC, RRC Group D, RRB Ministerial & Isolated Categories (MI) starting from 15 Dec, 2020, an official statement quoting News Agency ANI said.
Through the notice, RRB advises candidates to refer only to the official websites of RRBs for latest updates on the recruitment process. Please do not be misled by unauthenticated sources. RRB selections are based on Computer Based Test (CBT) and recruitment is based only on the merit of the candidates, says RRB Ajmer in its exam notice.