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RRB NTPC and Group D Exam Date: Check RRB Officials statement on most awaited exam

New Delhi: RRB NTPC, Group D Exam Date: Railway recruitment examinations are going to be delayed even further. The examination of Group D (RRB Group D) and NTPC (RRB NTPC) is to begin after the appointment of the agency. However, the Railway Recruitment Board (RRB) is yet to appoint the agency. Railways had floated a tender for the appointment of the agency. Now a pre bid conference is to be held for this. According to the notice of the railway, this conference is to be held on 7 April. Although the country is under lockdown due to Corona virus, the date of this conference will be extended.

A senior official of the Railway Recruitment Board told , “The country is a lockdown, so the pre-bid conference to be held on April 7 will be postponed.” We do not know when the pre bid conference will be held now. “He said,” Bidding will take place after the pre bid conference and whichever agency gets the tender will be responsible for conducting recruitment examinations. ”

“After the agency’s appointment, the agency may take 6-7 weeks to prepare for the recruitment examinations,” the official said. The dates of NTPC and Group D examinations will be released only after the agency preparations are completed. In such a situation it is difficult to conduct the examination before August.
Let us tell you that the Railway Recruitment Board had issued a notification on 28 February last year to recruit 35,208 posts of NTPC. 1 crore 26 lakh 30 thousand 885 candidates applied to these posts. At the same time, recruitment for more than 1 lakh posts is to be done under Group D. This recruitment was also announced in February last year. 1 crore 15 lakh 67 thousand 248 candidates applied for Group D posts.

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