Railway Recruitment Boards are supposed to send final application status of RRB Group D 2019 to all candidates via SMS and email, today, on September 6, 2019. The RRB Group D application status 2019 published today will be final and binding. After this, admit cards will be issued on the basis of the final details in the form.
How to check final RRB Group D application status?
Either candidates will directly get the final status of their application form in their registered email ID and SMS. Or, they will get a link via email and SMS. If they get a link, then they will have to click on it and login at the page it leads to, in order to check the final application status.
At the login for final RRB Group D application status 2019, if there is a login, candidate will have to enter registration ID, date of birth, and security code. The registration ID should be the same as the one generated after submitting application form. Date of birth should be in dd-mm-yyyy format. And security code will be like a captcha code on the page, basically the same characters that appear above that field have to be entered.
What will final RRB Group D application status 2019 show?
The final application status will say whether your form has been accepted or rejected. If it is accepted then you will get a message like the following:
Your application is provisionally accepted. Keep visiting official websites of RRBs for further updates.
If it is rejected, then it will show a rejection message. Also, reason of rejection is also expected to be shown.
Will there be another chance to edit details in application form?
There are very less chances of that happening. This is already the second time that the application status is being released for this recruitment; the first time that Group D application status was released was from July 25, 2019, to July 31, 2019. After that candidates were given one chance to submit complaints regarding rejection of applications from August 17, 2019, to August 23, 2019.
Last year when RRB ALP recruitment was organized, RRBs published a revised status and then gave a one time opportunity to upload correct photographs. So sometimes it does happen that RRBs take certain steps if several candidates are being negatively affected by something. So whether another chance will be given or not to correct details, will be the decision of RRBs only.
After the last date of application form submission for RRB Group D recruitment against RRC CEN 01/2019, candidates had a chance to make changes in their form. For it, they had to login to their accounts, pay modification fee, and make corrections. Corrections could be done two times max. The modification fee was Rs 100. Those who changed their category from SC/ST to UR or OBC had to also pay the difference in fee.
Why is my application form rejected?
Railways has listed a few most common causes of application form rejection. They are invalid photo, signature in block or capital letters, candidate not possessing qualification as on cut off date, overaged or underaged or DOB wrong, multiple applications to different or same railways, name of candidate in debarred list.
A photo is considered invalid if it is black and white photo, photo with cap or wearing goggles or covered head. Photos which are disfigured, small size, full body, showing only one side view of the face, unrecognizable photos, photostat copy of photo, group photo, selfie photo, photo taken by mobile, morphed photo and online application without photo among others are also invalid.
When will RRB Group D admit card 2019 release?
If your final application status says provisionally accepted, then you will be issued RRB Group D admit card 2019 soon. There is no fixed date for it yet. However looking at other Railway Recruitment, it is observed that admit card is released very soon after final status. Therefore admit card for RRC CEN 01/2019 Group D exam is expected in September only.
RRC CEN 01/2019 is for 1,03,769 vacancies in level 1 of 7th CPC pay matrix. There are 9,345 vacancies in Central Railway, 3,563 in East Central Railway, 2,555 in East Coast Railway, and 10,873 in Eastern Railway, CLW & Metro. Then the number of vacancies are 4,730 in North Central Railway and DLW, 4,002 in North Eastern Railway, MCF and RDSO, 5,249 in North Western Railway, 2,894 in Northeast Frontier Railway. After that there are 13,153 vacancies in Northern Railway, DMW and RCF, 9,328 in South Central Railway, 1,664 in South East Central Railway, 4,914 in South Eastern Railway, and 7,167 in South Western Railway and RWF. Finally there are 9,579 vacancies in Southern Railway and ICF, 4,019 in West Central Railway, 10,734 in Western Railway.