RRB Group D : The railway recruitment boards (RRB) on Sunday released the candidate wise question paper along with the candidate response with final key of RRB Group D examination.(HT file)
RRB Group D : The railway recruitment boards (RRB) on Sunday released the candidate wise question paper along with the candidate response with final key of RRB Group D examination.(HT file)

RRB Group D result: Final key, candidate-wise question paper and response released

RRB Group D: The railway recruitment boards (RRB) on Sunday released the candidate wise question paper along with the candidate response with final key of RRB Group D examination.
Hindustan Times, New Delhi | By Nilesh Mathur
UPDATED ON MAR 11, 2019 07:32 PM IST

The railway recruitment boards (RRB) on Sunday released the candidate wise question paper along with the candidate response with final key of RRB Group D examination.

The recruitment boards had released the Group D exam result (list of shortlisted candidates for physical efficiency test (PET)) along with the cut-off normalized marks on March 4, 2019.

However, as about 1.2 crore candidates had appeared in the CBT, the board found it difficult to generate and display candidate wise question paper along with the candidate response with final key at the same time. Now, the RRB has published the same through a link on the websites of participating RRBs.

Accordingly, candidates will be able to view the complete evaluation details such as No of Questions Attempted, No of Questions Correctly Answered, No of Questions Wrongly Answered, Raw Marks, No of Questions Ignored (if any), Prorated Marks out of 100, Normalized Marks and Status of Shortlisting through Candidate Login.

Candidates may login through the link provided on the websites of RRBs for viewing the above details from 6pm of Sunday to 11.59pm of March 16.

RRBs has also released a comprehensive Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) on the websites of participating RRBs for facilitating better understanding of normalization among candidates..

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