Indian Railways has decided to hire above 100,000 eligible candidates for various posts. It has hired TCS to conduct the exams this year. Being the largest IT services provider in the country, TCS will serve India’s largest employer for the smooth conduct of the exams.
Above 2.3 Crore well-qualified applicants will attend these exams. In other words, the number of attendees is more than the entire population of Australia! The Applicants are waiting for their RRB Group D Admit Card. TCS has chosen about 500 exam centres to conduct the RRB Group D exams. It will be recorded as the world’s largest recruitment drive of the 21st century!
What are the eligibility criteria?
An applicant is considered eligible for RRB Group D posts when he/she meets all the qualification standards. There are upper age limits, medical standard, and educational qualification requirements.
The qualification, age limit, and medical standards for various posts are different. You can visit RRB’s official website to check RRB NTPC eligibility criteria. Even though RRB follows tough eligibility criteria, above 25 million candidates are eligible for the examination. They won’t miss this opportunity to work one of India’s most prestigious departments.
How TCS is planning to conduct exams?
Millions of candidates will depart to their exam centres on the exam date. This exam will be conducted on different dates. A limited number of applicants can sit in the examination centre on the same date. Therefore, TCS has decided to take the necessary time required for the smooth conduct of the examination.
TCS will collaborate with two other tech companies to provide ample tech support for the exam. There will be no papers used in the exam. The applicants will answer all the questions on computers installed in the exam centre. Therefore, you must have basic knowledge of how to use a PC to improve your performance during the examination.
Is RRB ready to handle such a massive recruitment drive?
While candidates are waiting for the RRB NTPC Admit Card, the governing body is busy in preparations. RRB Group D exams are held in December and the exam date may delay due to ongoing pandemic.
Many applicants will travel hundreds of miles to reach their examination centres. They will have to manage the risk of Covid-19 transmission during the commute. It can turn into a mega Covid-19 disaster if not handled perfectly. Therefore, RRB has still not announced the admit card release date.
What should candidates do to stay prepared for the recruitment drive?
Being an eligible and well-qualified applicant, you should continue your preparations. RRB can anytime announce the release date for RRB NTPC Admit Card. Many websites are sharing false information on Admit Card release to gain some traffic.
Result Uniraj has mentioned that RRB has not released the admit cards yet. Therefore, you should follow this platform to get fresh updates on NTPC Group-D exams, Admit cards, and future changes in the exam schedule. Stay well-prepared because you will be competing against millions of applicants to grab the work opportunity in Indian Railways.