The admission card for the CRP RRB 2019 examination is an important document for all the candidates appearing for the recruitment exam. It is mandatory for the candidates to carry their admit card to the exam center as it acts as an identity proof. The admit cards are released by the Institute of Banking Personnel Selection (IBPS) and can be downloaded from their official website.
Downloading the CRP RRB Admit Card
The admit cards for the CRP RRB 2019 exam can be downloaded from the official website of the IBPS. Candidates must ensure that they have a valid registration number and password for the login. After logging in, the candidates must click on the ‘Download Admit Card’ link. The admit card will be displayed on the screen, which must be downloaded and printed for future reference.
Exam Details for CRP RRB 2019
The CRP RRB 2019 exam is conducted by the IBPS for the recruitment of Group A and Group B officers in the Regional Rural Banks. The exam consists of three stages – Preliminary, Main and Interview. The Preliminary examination is conducted in the months of August and September, while the Main examination is conducted in the month of October. The Interview is conducted in the months of November and December. The candidates who qualify the Preliminary and Main examinations will be called for the Interview.
The Railway Recruitment Boards (RRB) recently announced the availability of admit cards for the first stage of computer-based tests for the recruitment of approximately 35,000 vacancies, spanning 21 Railway Recruitment Boards (RRBs) and the Railway Recruitment Cell (RRC). The test is the first step in the larger recruitment process conducted by the Indian Railways for selection and appointment of eligible candidates to various posts.
Candidates who submitted their applications for the various posts under the recruitment process can download their admit cards for the computer-based test from the official website of their respective RRB or RRC. The admit card is available for download on or after June 28, 2019, and the RRB or RRC concerned will release the notification on its website at least four days before the commencement of the computer-based tests.
The admit card will contain details such as the venue and time of the exam, candidate’s personal information, exam instructions, and other relevant details. Candidates are advised to check their personal information and check their particulars in the examination hall. Those appearing for the exam must download the admit card and take a printout of it. Candidates must note that they will not be allowed entry into the exam hall without the hall ticket.
Additionally, candidates must make sure to carry a valid and recent photograph, along with the e-call letter and any other valid identity proof. Candidates must also follow certain guidelines as endorsed by the Indian Railways for the exams. These rules are related to dress code, movement-restricted items during the test session, and certain other related directives.
The computer-based test is scheduled to be conducted during the period from July 9 to 2019 until September 4, 2019. Candidates who qualify this test will then be further called for documents verification. The final selection of candidates will be based on the performance in the computer-based test, document verification, medical fitness test, and other prescribed tests.
Finally, the Indian Railways have issued an advisory recommending that candidates remain alert against any potential fraudulent activities such as fake websites/job offers or promise of jobs in return for money. Candidates must also refrain from sharing their personal details on any website other than the official website of their respective RRB or RRC.
In conclusion, the Railway Recruitment Boards and Railway Recruitment Cell recently announced the availability of admit cards for the first stage of computer-based tests for the recruitment of approximately 35,000 vacancies. The admit cards are available for download from the official website of their respective RRB or RRC, and candidates must adhere to the guidelines issued by the Indian Railways for the exam.