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RRB Recruitment 2018: New changes in rules to give a sigh of relief to the candidates; details here

Mansi Varshney | Updated on: 21 February 2018, 11:32 IST

Candidates who are going to appear for the Railways exam, we are having a good news for you. From this year Indian Railways will go to organize the exam in six languages- Malayalam, Tamil, Kannada, Odia, Telugu and Bengali.

According to the Indian Railways, ' It has also been decided that the questions in regional languages like Malayalam, Tamil, Kannada, Odia, Telugu, Bangla and others will be available for candidates to take the exam'.

However, the Railways also give the age relaxation to the candidates who have applied for the RRB exams. The age limit for the assistant loco pilots and loco pilots for unreserved categories has been extended from 28 years to 30 years. While for reserved categories upper age limit also changed for OBC- 33 years, up from 34 years and for SC/ST categories it has changed from 33 years to 35 years now.

All these changes made by the Railways Recruitment Board after the violent protest made by the candidates from Bihar and Kerala for changing the age limit as well as to include more languages.

Also read: Railway recruitment 2018: Good news! New age limit for Group D and loco pilots exams now; check out here

 

First published: 21 February 2018, 10:13 IST
 
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