Railway Recruitment 2018: How many candidates have registered for 89,000 posts? Answer is here

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Updated: March 14, 2018 7:22 PM

RRB Recruitment 2018: Applications have been invited for over 89,000 Indian Railways posts — 26,502 vacancies for Group C and 62,907 for Group D.

rrb recruitment 2018 railway jobs 2018The last date for submission of applications is March 31.

Around one-and-a-half crore people have registered for over 89,000 jobs advertised by the railways last month, officials said today.

The officials said that primary registration of around one-and-a-half crore candidates have been received by the Railway Recruitment Board online for recruitment to various Group C and Group D posts.

The last date for submission of applications is March 31 and applications have been invited for over 89,000 posts — 26,502 vacancies for Group C and 62,907 for Group D.

“Primary registration is done by candidates with their name and address. The next step is application where they fill up other details and pay the fee,” a senior official told PTI.

In preliminary registration of RRB application form, candidates have to provide educational qualification along with other details such as name, father’s name, date of birth, community, email ID and mobile number.

The Railway Recruitment Board (RRB) will tentatively conduct the exam during April and May, 2018. After releasing the notification for the vacancies, the railways made many changes with respect to criteria, age and educational qualification, after protests by job aspirants in several states.

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