RRB JE Recruitment 2019 activates link
Those candidates who have applied for the junior engineer posts and wish to change their choice of examination language can do so as the Railway Recruitment Board (RRB) has activated the link, according to India Today report. The applications are valid only for JE post. The examination language can be modified or confirmed by logging in the link of the official websites of RRBs. The link will be activated from April 24, 10.00 AM to May 1, 11:59 PM, noted the report. The candidates can visit rrbonlinereg.in. to change their language. The applicants who do not wish to modify their language, the RRB will consider their final choice of what they have picked during the submission of their application. No such request to change the language will be entertained by the examination authority later. Candidates can view their question paper in the English and in the language opted, as per a notice uploaded on the official websites of the RRB. In case of any difference/ discrepancy/ dispute in the questions between English and the opted language, the content of the English version shall prevail, noted the report.
RRB JE computer-based test will be held in languages:
- English is the default language
The RRB JE application process for 13,487 junior engineers (JE) posts has been closed and candidates are awaiting an update on exam date. The RRB will hold a two-stage computer-based test (CBT) for the post of JE. Only those who are shortlisted based on CBT 1 will be allowed to appear for CBT 2. The RRB-wise shortlisted candidates for the second stage CBT will be released post examination. In the first stage CBT, candidates will have to answer 100 questions in 90 minutes. Candidates belonging to PwD category will get 120 minutes with a scribe. The questions will be objective and multiple-choice based, added the report.
The RRB is a government organisation in India, established in 1998 in the Ministry of Railways (Railway Board), New Delhi. Railway Recruitment Boards are organisations under the Government of India that manage the appointment of new employees to work in Indian railways. There are 21 boards situated in different parts of India
- Jammu and Kashmir
- Formulation of policy in regard to recruitment procedures
- To monitor the activities of all Railway Recruitment Boards (RRBs) including expenditure incurred for recruitment
- To evaluate the performance of RRB’s and advise them on priorities as required
- To organise a management information system for monitoring work done by RRB’s