Railway RRB Group D Exam 2022: In the second day examination of Railway Group D recruitment examination, 52.33 percent candidates appeared in the examination. Munnabhai in Agra and copycat were caught in Kanpur.
RRB Group D Exam : The Level One (Group D) examination of the Railway Recruitment Board (RRB) was held on the second day amid tight security arrangements.Despite monitoring from CCTV, one was caught trying to copy from Kanpur on Thursday, while one Munna Bhai, who had come to the center of Agra to take the examination instead of the other, was arrested.In the second day examination of Group D, 52.33 percent candidates appeared in the examination.Computer Based Test (CBT) was conducted in three shifts.Out of 37953 candidates shortlisted at 44 examination centers, 19861 candidates appeared and 18092 candidates left the examination.
Apart from Prayagraj, the exam was held in Kanpur, Aligarh, Agra, Mathura, Moradabad, Roorkee, Dehradun, Gwalior, Jhansi.There are more than one lakh vacancies across the country in Level-1 Group D Recruitment of Railway Recruitment Cell (RRC) advertised in 2019.1.15 crore candidates have filled the online form for this.In RRB Allahabad alone, 7.5 lakh candidates have applied against 3740 level one posts.
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According to RRB Chairman RA Jamali, a candidate was caught using unfair means at the center of Kanpur, in Agra, a youth was caught taking the examination in place of another.
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