RRB NTPC and Group D Concerns Online Form 2022 | Apply before Last Date

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Name of Post:RRB NTPC & Group D Level I Exam concerns/ suggestion Online / Offline Form 2022
Post Date / Update:28 January 2022 | 01:37 AM
Short Information :Railway Recruitment Board has issued notice of online / offline form of problem / concerns / suggestion for the candidate. Any NTPC / Group D candidates of railways who have any kind of problem in railway recruitment can register online or offline or through email. This facility is available in all railway boards
Railway Recruitment Board (RRB)
Railway RRB CEN 01/2019 – NTPC & RRC Group D CEN RRC 01/2019 (Level-1)
RRB Concerns & Suggestion Form 2022

Important Dates

  • Concerns & Suggestion Application Begin : 28/01/2022
  • Last Date to Fill Form : 16/02/2022

Form Available

  • Railway Recruitment Board RRB All Zone Are Concerns & Suggestion Form Available Now.

Official Notice by RRB

Official Notice By RRB
Official Notice By RRB NTPC

Sample Format For Lodging Suggestion at Redressal Camps 2022

How to Fill RRB NTPC 01/2019 & RRC 01/2019 Level I Concerns & Suggestion Form

Candidates can either send their suggestions / concerns to the Railways through three mediums.

First: The candidate can himself fill his/her complaint on the given format provided in the notice and submit it by visiting the camp office within the time period.

Second: The candidates can also fill his/her problem with his registered email id which was filled in their form, and as per the format issued and send it to the email of Railway Recruitment Board committee whose provided mail is [email protected].

Third: Candidates can also register his/her complaints through online form. Click here for the Link

Complaints through Online Form Click Here
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Complaint through Online form for RRB NTPC and Group D

For more information and the address of the camp office, you can visit the official website of RRB.

All important link for Suggestions Of Candidates Of Ongoing RRB Requirements are:-

Apply Online Link
Official WebsiteLink
Official NoticeLink
FAQs by RRBLink

FAQs

What is RRB?
What is its role and function?

Railway Recruitment Board (RRB) functions
under the Ministry of Railways, Government of
India. It is primarily responsible for recruiting
the group ‘C’ staff.
There are 21 RRBs in the country.
Each RRB has a Chairman, and a Member
Secretary and an Assistant Secretary and
supporting non-gazetted staff.

Recruitments done earlier by RRBs

RRBs have notified 2,83,747 vacancies since
2018 and have given appointments to more
than 1.32 lakh candidates. Recruitment of
remaining vacancies is under process. RRRs
have conducted CBTs for about 4 crore
candidates in last three and half years despite
COVID 19 pandemic.

Why recruitment is conducted with
two stages Computer Based Test
(CBT) ?

In case the number of candidates who have
applied against the notification are large in
number and are more than one crore, then, it
is advisable to conduct CBT in two stages with
1
st Stage being used to screen the candidates
for 2nd Stage and 2nd Stage CBT conducted
with limited candidates so that extensive
normalization is not involved and the final
merit is more just and fair.

What is the basis of shortlisting
candidates for 2nd Stage CBT ?

As per Railway Recruitment Board manual of
2015, candidates 10 times the notified
vacancies are to be called for 2nd Stage CBT for
Non Technical Popular Categories (NTPC). This
is to ensure that the number is limited to the
extent that the same can be managed in one or
limited shifts to avoid extensive normalization
as well as to ensure that adequate candidates
are available for deciding the merit after initial
screening done through 1st Stage CBT. This
same was followed in earlier Centralized
Employment Notification (CEN) 02/2010 (for
Graduates) and CEN 04/2010 (for 10+2) where
candidates 10 times the vacancies were called
for 2nd Stage CBT before increasing the same to
15 times for CEN 03/2015 (Graduates).

How many candidates are
shortlisted for 2nd Stage CBT for
NTPC Exam?

For CEN 01/2019, the 1st stage CBT has been
made common for Graduates and 10+2 pass
candidates, it has been prescribed in the CEN
that candidates 20 times the notified
vacancies will be called for 2nd Stage CBT so
that adequate candidates are given
opportunity to appear in 2nd Stage CBT after
screening through 1st Stage CBT.

Short listing should be done for 7
lakh candidates not 7 lakh roll
numbers?

Nowhere was it mentioned that 7 lakh distinct
candidates will get shortlisted for 2nd stage
CBT. Since a 2nd Stage consists of CBT of five
different levels and a candidate can be
shortlisted for more than one level as per
eligibility, merit and option, the lists of 7 lakh
roll numbers will have some names appearing
in more than one list.

RRBs have shortlisted candidates
only 4-5 times of notified vacancies.

The short listing has been done level/post
wise at the rate of 20 times notified vacancies
as elaborated in para 13 of notification. The
lists contain 7,05,446 roll numbers which is 20
times notified vacancies of 35281.

Ten candidates used to fight for one
post now one candidate will fight
for 10 posts.

Finally, 35281 distinct candidates will be
selected and one candidate will be appointed
against only one post depending upon merit
and preference. Hence no post will remain
vacant.

Graduate candidates are getting
undue benefit of becoming eligible
for both Graduate and 10+2 level
posts. Had there been different
notifications for Graduate and 10+2
level posts as used to be done
earlier, they would have to succeed
in two different exams

The integration of recruitments for Graduate
and 10+2 level posts have been done to save
time, energy and effort which has been proved
useful during COVID 19 pandemic. Also,
standards of CBT 1 have been kept of 10+2
level so as to not to put disadvantage to 10+2
level students and it is only in CBT 2 that
standards will be different across levels.

What has Railways done for
protesting candidates against NTPC
Results?

RRBs have postponed the 2nd Stage CBT of
NTPC and 1st Stage CBT of Level one.
A high power committee comprising senior
officials has been formed to look into the
concerns and doubts raised by candidates in
regard to the results of 1st Stage Computer
Based Test (CBT) of NTPC exam without
affecting existing shortlisted candidates and
Introduction of 2nd Stage CBT in CEN RRC
01/2019.,

How can Students lodge their
grievances to the committee?

Candidates can submit concerns using link
https://iroams.com/outreach/ available on RRBs
Websites.
The candidates can also lodge their concerns
and suggestions to the committee at following
email id: [email protected]
All Chairpersons of RRBs have also been
directed to receive the grievances of
candidates. Outreach Camps are being
organized at various Zonal and Divisional HQs
all over country to facilitate lodging of
concerns.

What is the last date for registering
grievance to the committee?

Candidates are given three weeks time upto
16.02.2022 to submit their concerns.

What is the timeline for the
committee to address the
grievances?

The committee after examining these concerns
will submit their recommendations by 04th
March, 2022.

Why has there been delay in
recruitment process?

The recruitment process has got delayed due
to COVID 19 pandemic since March 2020 and
various restrictions imposed on that account
by various states. The capacity that can be
utilized for CBT has also got impacted because
of social distancing norms leading to increase
in number of shifts. 1st Stage CBT of CEN
01/2019 involved 133 shifts.


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