The Railway Recruitment Board, RRB has released the RRB Group D results on 4th March on its official website. RRB has also released the cut off and normalised score on the official website.
As soon as the result released, a score sheet of RRB Group D candidates went viral over the social media, which showed that the candidate has scored more marks than the total marks.
In the viral score sheet, it has been found that a candidate has scored 102, 109, 130, 148, 354 marks out of 100 marks in different sections of the exam. This viral photo has created a stir among candidates who have appeared for the examination and several students were protesting against the normalised marks released by RRB.
Amid this chaos, Indian Railways has released a clarification on Wednesday on level-1 exam conducted by the Railway Recruitment Board that the viral image of scorecard was morphed.
Indian Railways took to Twitter and clarified the matter.
‘A candidate score sheet with very high score is being made viral. Please note that this score sheet is morphed. The correct score sheet is given below. Please don’t be misguided by unscrupulous elements,’ the railways tweeted.
A candidate score sheet with very high score is being made viral. Please note that this score sheet is morphed. The correct score sheet is given below. Please don’t be misguided by unscrupulous elements. Indian Railways Recruitment system is fair and transparent. pic.twitter.com/zT71vvXpU1— Ministry of Railways (@RailMinIndia) March 5, 2019
SOME FACTS AGAINST MISINFORMATION BEING CIRCULATED, IN MEDIA, ON THE METHODOLOGY OF MARKING SYSTEM FOR LEVEL 1 SELECTION TEST CONDUCTED BY INDIAN RAILWAYS. pic.twitter.com/qefxyL0g1i— Ministry of Railways (@RailMinIndia) March 6, 2019