RRB NTPC, RRB Group D Level-1 exams postponed, committee to contemplate online complaints and CBT-1 results

RRB NTPC, RRB Group D Exam Latest News: The Railway Recruitment Board (RRB) has constituted a five-member high level committee to listen to the objections of the candidates, after the postponement of the RRB NTPC and Group D recruitment exams. Candidates are given an opportunity to register complaints online regarding RRB NTPC Result and Group D (Level-1) recruitment process. Candidates can submit their queries and suggestions by February 16 by emailing at rrbcommittee@railnet.gov.in.

RRB Group D Level-1 exams postponed

Violent protests by candidates after RRB NTPC result

Actually, after the discharge of NTPC CBT-1 Result released by RRB on 15th January 2022, candidates are angry about the choice process. First on social media and so on the railway tracks, the scholars protested violently. Candidates demonstrated in many places including Bihar and province. There was huge uproar in Bihar in two days. Here the candidates staged a sit-in on the railway tracks, stopped trains and even occupied railway stations. The demand of the candidates is that the Board (RRB) should reconsider the NTPC Result. After this it's been decided to postpone the NTPC and Level-1 examinations.

High level committee formed to listen to complaints and suggestions

A railway official said that the railways has also formed a committee, which can examine the complaints of successful and unsuccessful candidates within the examinations conducted by various Railway Recruitment Boards (RRBs). in keeping with the official, after hearing the complaints and concerns of both the parties, the committee will submit a report back to the Railway Ministry. After considering the points of the candidates, the committee can present its recommendation report back to the committee by March 4. These will include the methodology of NTPC result, shortlisting of CBT-2 and second stage CBT are considered in Group D Recruitment 2019.

Railways said - 20 times more chance to allow CBT-2

Let us inform that RRB NTPC CBT-1 examinations were conducted in 7 phases from December 2020 to July 2021. Around 1 crore 40 lakh candidates had appeared during this examination. The results of the examination were released on 14 and 15 January 2022. Railways says that they need given 20 times more candidates an opportunity to convey CBT-2 than the vacancy. Whereas candidates and experts say that the board has selected a candidate for the CBT 2 exam of multiple posts. This has caused injustice to quite half the candidates.

Members of the inquiry committee-

  • Deepak Peter, Chairperson Principal decision maker (Industrial Relations), Railway Board
  • Rajiv Gandhi Member Secretary, decision maker Establishment (RRB), Railway Board
  • Aditya Kumar, Member Chief Personnel Officer (Administration), Western Railway
  • Jagdish Alagar Member Chairperson RRB/Chennai
  • Mukesh Gupta Member Chairperson RRB/Bhopal 
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