The Railway Recruitment Board will release the official notification in February 2021. In the year 2019, a total of 1,03,769 vacancies were released. No vacancies were announced in 2020 due to COVID-19 situation. Check out answers for all the questions related to the exam:
Question 1: Can I pay the application fee through offline mode?
Yes, you can pay the application fee using SBI Challan or Post Office Challan.
Question 2: What if I upload black and white photograph in the application form?
Your application will be rejected. Only coloured and passport-size photograph must be uploaded.
Question 3: Can I submit multiple applications for RRB Group D exam?
No, multiple applications will be rejected and such candidates will be debarred from future exams.
Question 4: Has the date for RRB Group D exam 2021 been officially declared?
No, the date for RRB Group D exam 2021 has not been declared officially. The first stage CBT exam is scheduled to be conducted in March 2021.
Question 5: How many vacancies have been announced for Group D examination this year by Railway Recruitment Board?
The vacancies will be announced only when the notification will be released. There were a total of 1,03,769 vacancies in different zones for 2019 recruitment.
Question 6: What is the maximum and minimum age limits for general category students?
The minimum age limit is 18 years, and the maximum age limit is 33 years.
Question 7: What is the maximum age limit for OBC, SC, and ST?
For OBC, the maximum age limit is 36 years and for SC/ST maximum age limit is 38 years.
Question 8: What is the fee structures for General and reserved categories?
General and OBC category students need to pay Rs. 500, whereas ST/SC/PWD/Ex-Servicemen need to pay Rs. 250.
Question 9: Which subjects are covered under Group D exam?
The subjects include General Science, General Awareness, Reasoning and Mathematics. All in all, there will be 100 objective type questions and the exam duration will 90 minutes.
Question 10: Is there negative marking in the exam?
Yes, there is negative marking. 1/3 mark will be deducted for every wrong answer. So, candidates are advised not to try their guesses in case they are not 100% sure about the answer.
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