Direct railway recruitment exams: Over 47 lakh candidates appeared for the test

NEW DELHI : As many as 47.18 lakh candidates appeared in the direct railway recruitment exams which were held in 13 regional languages, the government informed the Lok Sabha on Wednesday. Union Minister of State for Railways Suresh Angadi said while 55,209 appeared for the test in regional languages in 2019, 46,62,406 appeared in 2018 and 876 appeared in 2018. “For examinations for direct recruitment, instructions provide for an option of any of the 15 languages, which include Hindi and English and 13 vernacular languages,” he said during Question Hour. The minister said…

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Bank recruitment exams will now be held in 13 regional languages

Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman today announced that recruitment examination for employment in the Regional rural banks (RRBs) will be conducted in regional languages apart from English and Hindi. In a written reply to the Lok Sabha, Sitharaman explained that recruitment for Officers Scale-I and Office Assistants (multi-purpose) in Regional Rural Banks will be now be held in 13 regional languages. The 13 regional languages are — Assamese, Bengali, Gujarati, Kannada, Konkani, Malyalam, Manipuri, Marathi, Odiya, Punjabi, Tamil, Telugu and Urdu. Currently, there are 45 regional rural banks functioning in the country with a total…

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Railways RRC group D recruitment 2019-21: Exams likely in September, check syllabus, exam pattern, selection procedure

RRC group D recruitment 2019-21: The first stage CBT is likely to be conducted from September to October 2019. Image source: Design by Gargi Singh/ gettyimages.in  Railways RRC group D recruitment 2019-21: The online application process for the Railway recruitment cell (RRC) group D posts is continuing, and the candidates can apply online till April 12, 2019. There is a total of 1,03,769 vacant posts and the online window to submit the application fee will be available till April 23, 2019. The RRC will announce the dates for the first computer-based test (CBT) soon…

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Postponed! AMU exams to now commence from May 12

The annual examinations of the Aligarh Muslim University will now commence from May 12, according to vice chancellor professor Tariq Mansoor. The examinations were earlier scheduled to begin from May 7, but were postponed following the ongoing student protest on the campus. Prof Mansoor said the University has taken this decision in view of the improvement in the law-and-order situation on the campus. He said the University had initiated a number of steps for the return of normalcy, which primarily centred on the addressing of all genuine demands of students…

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