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RRB Group D Exam 2022: Know what percentage of students gave Railway Group D CBT exam

RRB Group D Exam 2022 : The Level One (Group D) examination of the Railway Recruitment Board (RRB) began on Wednesday amid tight security arrangements. On the first day 51.13 percent candidates appeared in the examination.

RRB Group D Exam 2022. The Level One (Group D) examination of the Railway Recruitment Board (RRB) began on Wednesday amid tight security arrangements. On the first day 51.13 percent candidates appeared in the examination. In the Computer Based Test (CBT) in three shifts, 18760 candidates left the exam on the first day. Out of 38392 candidates shortlisted at 44 examination centers, 19632 candidates appeared. The percentage of candidates who did not take the exam is 48.86.The first shift examination was held from 9.30 am to 10.30 am, the second shift examination was held from 12.45 to 2.15 pm and the third shift examination was held from 4.30 pm to 6.00 pm.

How was the paper : being a Computer Based Test (CBT), the examinees are not getting the question paper. After leaving the exam center, the students remembered and told some questions that came in the paper. Most of the students rated the paper as average.

The students told on the basis of memory that the following questions were asked-

Some students told that questions were asked on Vitamin D and C.
Who is the brand ambassador of Uttarakhand?
Who was the Governor of West Bengal?
Full form of AIDS was asked.
Question was asked on Biotin.
Ohm’s law
– Which hormone is secreted by the thyroid gland.
What are the side mirrors of an ambulance?
Who got India’s Best Sportsperson of the Year Award?
What was the theme of Environment Day 2021
– Who got the Nobel Peace Prize for the year 2021.
Who was the first Railway Minister of India?
Where does the Periyar River flow?
Questions came from the amendment of the constitution.
Questions came from reaction in chemistry. The question arose on photosynthesis.

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