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RRB Group D Recruitment update: Piyush Goyal announces this big change in 1.3 lakh vacancies; read details

Speed News Desk | Updated on: 26 February 2019, 13:07 IST

Indian Railways Minister Piyush Goyal has announced that Railway Recruitment Board will soon to release the vacancies on over 2 lakh posts for aspirants.

Recently, the Railway Recruitment Board (RRB) has released the detailed notification of RRB NTPC jobs and the application for the same will begin from 28th February 2019. While the online application process for different level 1 posts would begin from 8th March 2019.

However, RRB has released 1.3 lakh jobs under its latest recruitment drive for RRB NTPC.
All the interested candidates can submit their application form by visiting the official websites of RRB Allahabad, Patna, Mumbai, Ajmer, Banglore, Chennai, etc.

Before, the starting the recruitment process for RRB NTPC jobs, Railway Minister Piyush Goyal has introduced a big change to recruitment eligibility and criteria.

Earlier, in the notification released for Level 1 jobs stated that candidates should have the degree of class 10th and also must have the ITI degree. Due to which, RRB jobs aspirants went against these criteria and demanded to make changes to the notification.

Now, Piyush Goyal took to Twitter and give a big relief to the aspirants who want to apply for 1.3 lakh vacancies.

He wrote, ‘Now more candidates can apply in Railways, education qualification for Level-1 posts is 10th Pass, ITI or its equivalent.’

With this new change, now there is no restriction for the candidates who wanted to apply for the RRB Group D jobs.

 

After this change, there are miscellaneous reactions noticed among the RRB job aspirants.

Have a look:

 

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Also read: RRB Group D Result 2019: Result notification to release soon; here’s your post result details

First published: 26 February 2019, 12:01 IST
 
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