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Home / Education / RRB Group D exam date 2018 for Level 1 posts out, detailed CBT schedule to be released shortly

RRB Group D exam date 2018 for Level 1 posts out, detailed CBT schedule to be released shortly

The Railway Recruitment Board (RRB) on Sunday issued a notification saying that Computer Based Tests (CBT) for recruitment of Level 1, Group D posts (CEN 02/2018) is likely to start from September 17.

education Updated: Aug 27, 2018 16:15 IST
Nilesh Mathur
Nilesh Mathur
Hindustan Times, New Delhi
The Railway Recruitment Board (RRB) on Sunday issued a notification saying that Computer Based Tests (CBT) for recruitment of Level 1, Group D posts (CEN 02/2018) is likely to start from September 17.
The Railway Recruitment Board (RRB) on Sunday issued a notification saying that Computer Based Tests (CBT) for recruitment of Level 1, Group D posts (CEN 02/2018) is likely to start from September 17. (Bloomberg)

The Railway Recruitment Board (RRB) on Sunday issued a notification saying that Computer Based Tests (CBT) for recruitment of Level 1, Group D posts (CEN 02/2018) is likely to start from September 17. The board will release the exam city, date and shift details 10 days before the start of computer based test. Detailed CBT schedule shall be released shortly.

The board had invited online applications from eligible candidates for Group D posts in level 1 of 7th Central Pay Commission (CPC) pay matrix in various units of Indian railways. The registration process started in February. The number of vacancies to be filled through this recruitment is tentatively 62,907. The various posts to be filled are: Track maintainer Grade IV (Trackman), Gateman, Pointsman, Switchman, Helpers in electrical/engineering/mechanical/signal and telecommunication department, porter etc.

Around 15 million people have registered for Group C and D jobs advertised by the Indian Railways. The railway board is presently conducting the CBT of candidates who have applied for the Group C posts of assistant loco pilot (ALP) and technicians under CEN 01/2018.

Hindustantimes