RRB Group D 2022 Exam Date: Railway Recruitment Board has declared the Group D Phase 1 exam date. The exam will be conducted from August 17 to August 25, 2022. Under this recruitment process 1 lakh 3 thousand 769 vacancies will be filled. Admit cards will be issued three to four days before the exam, and candidates will be able to download their admit cards by visiting the official website.
RRB Group D exam will be held from 17th to 25th August 2022.
About 1 crore 15 lakh candidates have applied.
Admit cards will be issued three days before the exam.
RRB Group D exam date announced, will be able to download admit card here
RRB Group D 2022 Exam Date: There is important information for the candidates who are waiting for the RRB Group D Phase 1 exam. Railway Recruitment Board has declared the Group D Phase 1 exam date. According to the released notification, the exam will be conducted from August 17 to August 25, 2022. If we look at the previous figures, the board issues the admit card three to four days before the exam. After the release of the admit card, it will be made available on the official website.
Through this recruitment exam, 1 lakh 3 thousand 769 vacancies will be filled under Level 1 in Railways. Although it has been divided category-wise. In which a total of 42 thousand 355 posts for the general category, 7 thousand 984 posts for scheduled tribes, 15,559 posts for scheduled castes, 10 thousand 381 posts for economically weaker sections, and 27 thousand for other backward classes. Contains 378 posts.
It is being speculated that, for the examination to be held on August 17, the admit card will be issued on August 13. Candidates will be able to download their admit cards through the easy steps given below.
On the homepage, click on RRB Group D Admit Card 2022 link.
Enter your registration number and password here.
Admit card will appear on your screen.
Let us tell you that a total of 100 questions with 100 marks will be asked in the RRB Group D exam. The question paper will be divided into four sections in total. In which 25 questions of 25 marks of General Science, 25 questions of Mathematics, 30 questions of 30 marks of General Intelligence and Reasoning, and 25 questions of 25 marks of General Awareness will be asked.
For this, candidates will be given a total time of 1 hour and 30 minutes. Keep in mind that there will be negative marking as well, for every wrong answer third of the marks will be deducted. So attempt the questions only if you know the correct answer. The exam will be conducted in CBT mode.
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Going by the previous figures, to qualify for the paper, the general category candidates will have to get 40 percent marks, while the SC, ST, OBC (SC / ST / OBC), and other backward class candidates will have 30 percent marks. However, there has been no official confirmation on this. This time it may also change.