rrb group: RRB Group D CBT 1 Exam 2022 dates released on rrbcdg.gov.in

Railway Recruitment Board, RRB Group D CBT 1 Exam 2022 dates have been announced and are now available on various regional RRB websites. Candidates must note that these dates are for the RRB CBT Phase 1 for Level 1 posts in 7th CPC Matrix.

Exam details and other related information are available on the official website – rrbdg.gov.in, rrbmumbai.gov.in. RRB Group D CBT 1 Exam 2022 schedule mentions that this phase 1 exam will be held from August 17 to 25, 2022 for all candidates. The exact date, time and venue of this exam will be mentioned on the RRB Group D Admit Card, which will be released later.

The exam will be held to recruit candidates for the posts of Track Maintainer Grade-IV, Assistant Pointsman, helper/assistant in various technical departments like Electrical, Mechanical and S&T, and other Level-1 posts in various departments of Indian Railways. Candidates are advised to check the guidelines in CEN no. RRC 01/2019 notification.

The applicants can solve previous years papers to score well in the exam. The Ministry of Railways has slightly changed the document verification process for RRB (Railway Recruitment Board) Group D exam. Now the same number of candidates will be called for the verification process as the number of vacancies, ie, a ratio of 1:1.

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