Railway RRB Group D Admit Card Self Declaration

Railway Recruitment Board (RRB) has published a notification that says that admit card of Group D (level 1 of 7th CPC pay matrix), which is now available for download, does not have self declaration. Self declaration paragraph will be displayed on computer screen during exam. Test takers have to write it down in their own handwriting at time of exam.

At start of test, a paragraph of self declaration shall display on computer screen. Self declaration has to be written, same as displayed on screen, in printout of officially issued RRB Group D admit card which candidate takes to exam centre on day of exam. It should not be written in all capital letters.

Space to write self declaration is that blank space which is under heading “copy the declaration displayed on your screen in your running handwriting, not in block letters, only in the presence of invigilator on examination day”.

It is important to read paragraph of self declaration diligently and write it down exactly in own handwriting. Pen will be provided at centre.

Just below it, there are other blank columns, for candidate’s left thumb impression 1, left thumb impression 2, signature, and invigilator’s signature. In first and second space, one has to affix left thumb impression in front of invigilator. Candidates will get an ink pad to press their thumb on it and make their thumb impression on admit card, this they have to do in front of invigilator only.

Candidates are further advised to not have mehendi or henna on left thumb to avoid issues during registration.

Third space has to be used by test taker to sign, before invigilator only in exam hall. Last blank space will be used by invigilator to sign. Invigilator will sign here only when he or she sees candidate doing self declaration in their presence and has verified identity of test taker from Group D admit card.

RRB has already issued admit card for Group D applicants whose exam is on September 17, 2018. Board will issue admit card / call letters for exam scheduled to be held on September 18, 2018, on September 14, 2018. Likewise call letters for September 19, 2018 exam, will be available from September 15, 2018. Call letter for September 20, 2018, will be available from September 16, 2018. RRB is issuing admit card for Group D CBT 4 days before exam.

Exam date, centre city was issued for candidates whose exam is scheduled to be held from September 17 to October 16, 2018, on September 9, 2018. Others were supposed to get exam details today. However it has been delayed to September 15, 2018.

It is mandatory for candidates to carry RRB Group D Admit Card 2018 with them to exam hall on day of exam. It will be used to verify identity. Also, exam centre authorities will ensure that candidate has exam on that date and session, at that center only. Please note than bangles and bracelets are banned.

Railway Recruitment Board is conducting first stage CBT on 49 exam dates, spread over September, October, November, December months. Exam is scheduled from September 17 to December 14, 2018. Candidates who qualify computer based test will be eligible for physical efficiency test that will be conducted after declaration of result of RRB Group D 2018 exam.

On basis of exam and physical efficiency test, that is qualifying in nature, candidates will get selectd to various Level 1 posts of 7th CPC pay matrix. RRB Group D Recruitment 2018 is being carried out fo 62907 vacancies.

In a related news, RRB ALP answer key and objection tracker are going live tomorrow, September 14, 2018, at 9 AM. Candidates can see questions, answers, and raise objections on them from login provided for it. Last date to do this is September 18, 2018.

Railway Recruitment Board is conducting recruitment as per guidelines in CEN 01/2018 (for ALP and Technician) for 60000 vacancies, and CEN 02/2018 (for Group D) for 62907 vacancies. A total of 2.7 crore candidates have applied for these two recruitments. 47 Lakh had applied for loco pilot and technician recruitment. 1.9 crore applied for level 1 posts.

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