Amid rising anticipation of the RRB Committee report, Ashwini Vaishnaw, the Minister for Railways, Communications, Electronics & Information Technology, Government of India, today, March 05, 2022, announced an important update. In fact, he announced the update via his official Twitter account @AshwiniVaishnaw. Accordingly, the much-awaited solution will be announced in a few days. However, there is no exact date or time-period mentioned for this news to come out.
Following is the tweet posted by the railway Minister –
High Power Committee को करीब 3 lakh representations मिले। Committee ने इनका विश्लेषण कर लिया है। कुछ ही दिनों में RRB समाधान notify कर देगा। (High Power Committee got 3 lakh representations. Committee has considered all of them. In a few days, RRB will be notifying the solution.)
High Power Committee Set Up by RRB
Amid escalating offline and online protests by RRB aspirants, the recruitment board established a high-power committee. This committee would look into the issues communicated by candidates with regard to the RRB NTPC Result 2022 irregularities and malpractice. As per official sources, the committee was to take into account, all the representations and prepare a comprehensive report by March 04, 2022. A solution also had to be announced to overcome the irregularities in result.
CBT-2 or Increase in No. of Selected Students
On the basis of recommendations provided by members, the committee is reportedly, deliberating on two alternatives – either to conduct CBT-2 (re-conduction of NTPC CBT-1 exam) or increase the number of shortlisted candidates. As per an insider source, RRB committee is more inclined towards the second option. However, conducting a nationwide recruitment exam again will possess its own difficulties.
The committee is yet to announce the verdict. So, candidates must wait for the official solution instead of relying on reports and speculations.
RRB Group D 2022 CBT-2
In addition to NTPC, RRB has planned on conducting the Group D CBT-2 examination in order to recruit only candidate per vacancy. Although candidates can expect the second stage test to be conducted soon, the board is yet to announce the schedule. So, in addition to waiting for the NTPC verdict, candidates are ardently waiting for the Group D CBT-2 exam date. Even the admit card release date is yet to be announced.
In a nutshell, there is considerable amount of uncertainty surrounding the RRB NTPC, Group D Recruitment 2022. This uncertainty is likely to diminish once the committee announces its verdict. The 2-year-long recruitment drive might just have an ending soon.