RRC Group D Vacancies: The registration for more than 1 Lakh Level 1 or Group D vacancies will begin soon. As the latest notification from Indian Railway says, the RRB Group D 2019 application process will begin soon at 5 pm on RRB websites. The indicative advertisement for recruitment on RRB Group D or Level 1 posts was published by Indian Railway in Employment News on February 23, 2019. In the indicative advertisement, the national carrier had said that the recruitment registration for Level 1 posts will be through Railway Recruitment Cell (RRC) websites.
The detailed advertisement for Railway Level 1 posts will also be released soon. The total number of vacancies available will be clear after the detailed advertisement is released and so will be the required eligibility.
Based on previous Level 1 post recruitment, it is clear that candidates applying for RRB Group D recruitment need to have passed at least Secondary School Certificate examination and/or possess NCVT/SCVT certificate. The eligibility criteria may differ for different posts. Candidates are advised to go through the detailed advertisement carefully before beginning the registration process for Level 1 recruitment.
The board will conduct a Computer Based Test (CBT) for selection of candidates.
Indian Railway recently concluded the first stage of selection process for more than 62,000 Group D or Level 1 posts. The first stage of RRB Group D recruitment, which was CBT, was conducted by Railway Recruitment Boards (RRBs). The ensuing process of Document Verification and Physical Standard Test (PST) will be conducted by Railway Recruitment Cells (RRCs).
Indian Railway announced the Level 1 recruitment along with NTPC vacancies. RRBs are conducting recruitment for NTPC posts after a gap of 3 years. The last NTPC recruitment was announced in 2015 and the recruitment process was completed in 2017.
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