Uncertainty occurred as questions were raised by the candidates over the 1/2019 RRB Group D CEN RRC exam and also upon the RRB NTPC CBT-1 Result 2021 for which Indian Railway conducted a huge meeting to discuss the issues.
The concern was about the exam on 01/ 2019 1st Stage Computer Based Test (CBT) of Centralised Employment Notification of (NTPC) Non-Technical Popular Categories regarding exam results which were released by the Railway Recruitment Boards (RRBs) on January 14th and 16th 2022 respectively. Contenders issued their complaints under the time limit up to February 16th. The committee was told to submit their review by March 4th, 2022.
Report to Submit by the Railway Complaint Authority by 4th March 2022
The Railway Committee got several objections through the mail [email protected] and also from the site iroams.com/outreach. This process was held by the Railway Recruitment Committee through paper requests, interaction, and Email.
Major Issues Voiced by the Aspirants were Follows:
- The results of the exam of 1st Stage CBT of CEN were conducted on 1st January and issued a list of eligible candidates for the 2nd Stage CBT workout interfering with prevailing students.
- CBT 2nd stage Introduction in CEN RRC.
Questions Against Railway Committee Put Forwarded by the Candidates
The main problem for the aspirants is that 7 Lakh roll numbers have been issued instead of seven lakh candidates which was listed by the Railway Recruitment Board while releasing the results of the 1st stage of CBT RRB NTPC.
This discussion concludes that graduate and undergraduate contenders have been listed for the next stage which gradually decreases the chances of other contenders for appearing in the CBT-2. The committee received applications over 1.25 crore and the vacancies were 35281 but 7 Lakh roll numbers( rather than candidates) were shortlisted for the next exam which created tensions between the candidates and the authority.
Update Regarding RRB Group D 2022 Examination
There is a vast change in the hiring process for the RRB Group D exam. The Railway Committee has altered the exam pattern for this exam and installed the new pattern in the 2nd stage of CBT in the Group D 2022 Exam. Initially, the exam was conducted solely at once but from now on it will be held in two tiers.
As there were a lot of applications the Board decided to perform the CBT exam in two tiers as notified on the official site. On February 23rd the RRB Group D exam was planned to be conducted in various levels but the exam was postponed officially for now.