Within a few days of opening the “complaint window” after the postponement of CBT 2 in RRB NTPC, over 1 lakh students have already registered their complaints regarding the RRB NTPC results. Following all these complaints, the Indian Railway had decided to form a review committee which began its work on February 1, 2022. The main motive of this committee is to clear out all the doubts raised by students regarding the “method of checking” of answer scripts.
All of this started on January 24, 2022, which is the release date for RRB NTPC Result 2021. Candidates who had appeared from “Group D” received many irregularities and errors in their result and due to all this, a heavy protest began in the parts of Uttar Pradesh and Bihar. These protests caught the eye of Railway Minister Ashwini Vaishnaw, who ordered for an “inside committee” to be formed which will look after the student needs.
“A committee has been formed. It is our responsibility to clear everyone’s doubts. The report of the committee will be revealed within the given time limit. As of now, more than one lakh students have given their suggestions. The committee will take 2 weeks as a resolution period, and only after this will any announcement regarding the result be made,” said the Railway Minister, Ashwini Vaishnaw.
The announcement of forming the “Result-Review Committee” was given on January 26, 2022, and within 4 to 5 days, over one lakh students have already registered their feedback/complaints.
Students feel that the Results declared by RRB for the academic year 2021 are a sham. Candidates feel that RRB has selected several candidates under multiple roles, thus, limiting the scope of approval for other candidates. Moreover, candidates allege that the cut-off for both 12th passed students and graduate students has been tabulated on a similar scale, which in return favors the graduate students. Against RRB Group D exams, candidates have expressed disagreement over the sudden announcement of the CBT-2 exam.
The Review Committee has been given 2 weeks after which they’ll come up with a foolproof solution. Till then, candidates are requested to keep their calm and do not create unnecessary panic.
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How to submit objection to RRB
To submit their queries, candidates can go either physically to several camps set up by RRB/Allahabad and North Central Railway. To formally submit their complaint, candidates need to have their registration number and score of CBT 1 handy.
Candidates who can’t visit centers physically can also register their complaints via online means. This can be done by sending an e-mail to [email protected] or [email protected]