Railway Recruitment Board (RRB) is going to announce RRB Group D Result 2018-2019 either on February 27 or 28, 2019. The dates for declaring the result has been reported by the newspapers but RRB has not released any official notification regarding the same. More than 1.9 crore candidates have been looking for Railway Group D result since the beginning of February 2019.
Earlier, it was reported that Railway Board is done with the checking of the answer sheets and is in the compilation phase. As per that, the Board was to announce the RRB Group D Result 2018-2019 in the month of March 2019. However, in March, the Election Commission model code of conduct is to be issued and the Railway Ministry aims to declare the result before that.
In the latest development, Indian Railway has instructed all Zonal Railways to start preparations for holding RRB Group D Physical Efficiency Test (PET) in the 2nd week of March 2019. The PET and document verification is expected to carry out by RRC. The railway zones have to ensure that before beginning the PET, each RRC is fully staffed, with competent officials.
For Group D PET, only those candidates shall be called shall be called who will qualify as per RRB Group D Result 2018-2019. The result will be announced on the official website of 21 RRBs and will be available as a merit list and scorecard. The merit list of RRB Group D will contain roll number and name of the qualified candidates. The raw score, pro-rata scores, normalized score of RRB Group D will be disclosed in the scorecard of the candidates.
For PET, candidates will get admit card. It will be issued to the candidates on their registered e-mail id or through login. The RRC will also inform candidates about the release of RRB Group D PET admit card 2019 through sms and e-mail. Candidates can then download it from the respective medium.
This year, there is a slight change in the RRB Group D Physical Test. Instead of 1, candidates will have to perform 2 tasks. The first task of the candidates is to lift and carry weight and the second task is to run. Both the tasks are to be performed by the male and female candidates. The male candidates have to carry a weight of 35 kg and cover distance of 100 meters in 2 minutes. On the other hand, female candidates have to carry a weight of 20 kgs and cover a distance of 100 meters, in 2 minutes. Candidates will only get one chance and they cannot put the weight down.
In the running task, the male candidates have to run for 1000 meters, in 4 minutes and 15 seconds. Whereas, the female candidates need to run for 1000 metres, in 5 minutes and 40 seconds. Again, male and female candidates will only get 1 chance to do so.