Railway recruitment boards (RRB) will host the objection link for group D answer key today. Candidates can challenge the RRB group D answer key today, 5 pm onwards. For the group D answer keys released last week, the national transporter has allowed candidates to raise objections along with relevant support documents. Experts from the railway recruitment boards (RRB) will assess the challenges submitted by the candidates and will then prepare a final answer key based on which the RRB group D results of the computer based test will be announced. “The decision of RRBs on the objections raised shall be final and binding and no further correspondence shall be entertained from the candidates in the matter,” said the RRBs.
RRB Group D Answer Key: Objection Submission Process
This will be an online process, where candidates have to login to the portal using their exam particulars and fill the form properly. Candidates can raise objections to the question paper and the options given in the question paper, as well. Railways will charge Rs. 50 per question per challenge submitted by the candidate. The fee has to be remitted through online payment mode. In case the objection raised is found to be correct, the fee paid against such valid objections shall be refunded to the candidate.
After the completion of the objection period, representations from the candidates on the questions or options will not be entertained, said the notice on RRB Group D answer key
Railways has not announced the group D result date yet. However officials have confirmed it to NDTV that the results will be announced on February 18. Again, other media reports claim that the result will be released on February 13. Candidates are suggested to wait for official confirmation in this regard. RRBs will intimate candidates of the result date and time through the registered mobile number and email address.
The railway group D exam was held from September 17, 2018 to December 17, 2018 for the recruitment of more than 60,000 posts in Indian Railways. Around 1.9 crore (19 million) applicants had registered for the exam which was held in 400 centres across India. This giant recruitment drive began in February 2018.