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RRB Group D Recruitment 2020: Railways soon to release vacancies for various posts; salary under 7th pay commission

Speed News Desk | Updated on: 8 April 2020, 17:25 IST

Amid coronavirus lockdown, a positive has come to light for aspirants looking for government jobs as Indian Railways will soon start its recruitment drive for Group D posts.

According to reports in navbharattimes.indiatimes.com, Railway Recruitment Board is planning to release vacancies for 1 crore aspirants. However, no tender has been released yet for the recruitment to the Group D posts. Therefore, candidates will have to wait for few more days for Group D vacancies.


The selection procedure for the Group D posts will be done on the basis of three stages i.e. computer-based test, physical fitness test, document verification process.

To get selected for the post under the Group D category, Railways aspirants will have to qualify all the three stages. However, the candidate will be confirmed by the recruitment board only after the document verification process.

Know RRB Group D salary details:

Candidates who will qualify for the post will get the salary under the 7th pay commission as per matrix level-1.

Also, selected candidates will get the extra benefits with a salary which includes-- Dearness Allowance-(DA), Daily Allowance, Mileage Allowance beyond 8 km, Transport Allowance-TPA, House Rent Allowance-HRA, Compensation in case of Holidays, Allowance For Night Duty, Fixed Conveyance Allowance, Overtime Allowance-OTA.

To participate in the recruitment drive, candidates are advised to keep their eyes on the official website of RRB on a daily basis.

Moreover, RRB is yet to conduct the examination for the post of RRB NTPC 2019 across the country which has been delayed since 2019.

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First published: 8 April 2020, 16:58 IST
 
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