Railway Group-D Exam 2020: Level-1 CBT from April to June 2021, confirms the Ministry of Railway

The Chairpersons, Railway Recruitment Boards, shall host the Computer-Based Examinations for NTPC (Non-Technical Popular Categories) from the 28th Date of December-2020 onward to March-end 2021 with the Computer-Based Test Examinations to be followed by Group-D Posts in April 2021 onward. The Candidates shall be issued Admit Cards for NTPC and Group D Posts in due course of time.

By SC Sharma, Updated : Dec 12, 2020 16:34 IST
Railway Group-D Exam 2020: Level-1 CBT from April to June 2021, confirms the Ministry of Railway
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RRB Computer Based Test 2020: The Railway Recruitment Boards shall host Computer-Based Test Phase-wise Computer-Based Test 2020. The RRB CBTs for 01) Ministerial and Isolated Categories, 02) NTPC Posts and 03) Various Posts under Level in Socially-Distanced Computer Based Examination Formats. The Candidates appearing in the Phase-wise Computer-Based Tests (Stage-I) shall need to follow the Ministry of Home Affairs issued Guidelines 

The Railway Recruitment Boards shall host the Computer-Based Test Phase-wise for the Ministerial and Isolated Categories, NTPC Posts and Various Posts (under Level-I) in Phased order. The 1st Phase of the Computer Based Examinations for all the Post specific Categories would be held in the Socially-Distanced Computer-Based Examinations. 

Railway Group D RRB Level - I Posts CBT Examination 2020:  The Railways Recruitment Boards would conduct the Computer-Based Test Stage - I for Various Posts under Level - I  (vide the Central Employment Notice RRC-01/2019). A Computer-Based Test (Stage-I) shall commence in April 2021 onward to June-end 2021. There is a likelihood that the Chairpersons, The Railway Recruitment Boards issue in February 2021 Press Communiqué notifying thereby Slot-wise Detailed Examination Schedule.  

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The Railway Recruitment Boards issued a Centralised Employment Notice (CEN) No. RRC-01/2019 in reference to Recruitment for Various Posts in Level 1. The RRB Computer-Based Examination for Various Posts under Level would be held for 100 Marks as explained hereunder:    

Stage-1: Computer-Based Examination:     

Examination Duration: 90* Minutes   

No of Multiple Choice Questions: 100   

Maximum Marks:  100   

Marking: +01 Mark for each Correct Response to the Assigned Objective Type Multiple Choice Questions in the Test Paper:  Deduction 0f 1/3rd or (0.33) Marks for each Incorrect Response / Multiple Answers to Multiple-Choice Questions in the Test Paper:  

Section-A: General Science: 25 MCQs = 25 Marks Section-B: Mathematics: 25 MCQs= 25 Marks; Section-C: General Intelligence and Reasoning: 30 MCQs = 30 Marks and Section-D: General Awareness and Current Affairs: 20 MCQs  = 20 Marks Various Post Recruitment.   

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RRB E-Admit Cards: The Railway Recruitment Boards shall activate E-Admit Cards for RRB Computer-Based Examinations for 01) NTPC Posts, Various Posts under Level-I, as well as 03) Ministerial and Isolated Category Posts. The RRB Computer-Based Tests (Stage-I) Admit Cards would be activated 04 days prior to commencement of the Computer-Based Examinations.

The Candidates appearing in the Phase-wise Stage-1 Computer-Based Test may download respective RRB Computer-Based Examinations-2020 shall be issued intimation through Cellphone SMS Alerts and E-Mail on downloading the Admit Cards.  The Candidates would be able to download their E-Admit Cards with logging through Registered Candidate Log-in.  The E-Admit Cards would remain alive for download on the Regional Websites they are set to appear in the said RRB / RRC Computer-Based Tests-2020.