RRB Exam date 2020: RRB announced recruitment exam date, admit card to be released soon

RRB Exam 2020 Date: Railway Recruitment Board has started the process of conducting the examination. Railway had sought applications for recruitment in 30 categories through CEN 03/2019 notification.

RRB Exam 2020 Date: Railway Recruitment Board has started the process of conducting the examination. Railway had sought applications for recruitment in 30 categories through CEN 03/2019 notification. After completion of scrutiny of these applications, a link to check application status was activated on 15 October 2020.

Now the Railway Recruitment Board (RRB) has announced the recruitment exam dates for the posts of ministerial and isolate category. As per the schedule released, the Computer Based Test (CBT) for these recruits will be conducted by RRB from 15 December 2020 to 23 December 2020.

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The board has said that the examination will be conducted keeping in mind the Kovid-19 guidelines. Candidates will be able to see their exam city and date information on the respective RRB website 10 days before the start of the examination. At the same time, the admit card / e-call letter can be downloaded 4 days before the start of CBT.

Important information related to RRB NTPC Exam

RRB NTPC Exam: The Railway Recruitment Board is going to conduct the first stage examination for the recruitment of non-technical popular category (NTPC) posts. The RRB NTPC Exam for selection will start from 15 December. This is the first selection test and the candidates who pass this exam will be shortlisted for the next stage examination.

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Selection will be done on the basis of criteria in the examinations conducted for NTPC recruitment. Negative marking will also be done in the exam. Marks will be deducted for each wrong answer given by the candidate. The wrong answer will be deducted from the mark of the correct answer.









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