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Friday, 11 December 2020

The Railway Board has issued guidelines for the examination to be held on December 15. No entry for those wearing designer masks or clothes.

Guidelines: The Railway Board has issued guidelines for the examination to be held on December 15. No entry for those wearing designer masks or clothes.






The Railway Recruitment Board (RRB) has announced the guidelines for the Railway Recruitment Examination starting from 15th December 2020. Announcing the guidelines for the exams to be held between the corona, he said that the candidates have to go to the examination center wearing normal masks. Candidates wearing designer masks during the examination will not be allowed to enter the examination hall. In addition, candidates will not be able to take the exam with a handkerchief or cloth tied over their mouths.

Exam center will be sanitized As
per the guidelines, masks will be properly arranged by RRB in the examination center for the candidates who do not wear masks. According to media reports, RRB Allahabad chairman R.A. The exam center will be sanitized before the exam, Jamali said. At the same time the candidates have to keep a distance of 6 feet between each other at the examination centers.

Examination will start from December 15 The
long awaited recruitment examination for RRB Ministerial and Isolated posts will start from December 15, 2020. Also, the Non Technical Popular Category (NTPC) examination will start from December 28 and will be held till March 2021. Guidelines have been issued keeping these examinations in mind during the Corona epidemic.




More than 2.40 crore candidates have applied.
Earlier on September 5, 2020, Railway Minister Piyush Goyal and the Chairman of the Railway Recruitment Board announced that the remaining NTPC, MI Category and Level 1 (Group D) examinations would be held on December 15. More than 2.40 crore candidates have applied for a total of 1,40,640 vacancies in RRB Non-Technical Popular Category (NTPC) and Group D Recruitment 2019. Out of 1.40 lakh posts, a total of 35,208 posts of NTPC and a total of 1,03,769 posts of Group D Level-1 are included.

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