RRB Group D 2023 Selection Process: The Railway Recruitment Board will soon publish the official notification of the RRB Group D 2023 Recruitment on its official website. The examination is conducted every year by the board for the recruitment of candidates in various non-gazetted posts in the Indian Railways under the Government of India’s Ministry of Railways.
This year the board is set to release a huge number of vacancies, so candidates must start their preparation in order to grab this golden opportunity to get a job in the government departments. But before that, they should be well aware of the selection procedure for RRB Group D 2023. In this article, we’ve provided the details regarding the RRB Group D 2023 Selection Process.
RRB Group D 2023 Highlights
Candidates are advised to go through the table given below to get a basic idea about the RRB Group D 2023 examination.
|Name of the Examination||RRB Group D|
|Conducting Organisation||Railway Recruitment Board|
|Job Location||Across India|
|Total Number of Vacancies||To be notified|
|Mode to Apply||Online/Offline|
|RRB Group D Notification Dates||March 2023|
|Online Examination Date||To be Notified|
RRB Group D Selection Process
Candidates must check the crucial details regarding the examination in order to prepare accordingly. The stages of the RRB Group D 2023 Selection Process are mentioned below:
- Computer-Based Test (CBT)
- Physical Efficiency Test (PET)
- Document Verification
- Medical Examination
Computer-Based Test (CBT)
The computer-based Test (CBT) is the first stage of the RRB Group D selection process. This section comprises four sections: Mathematics, General Awareness & Current Affairs, General Intelligence & Reasoning and General Science.
The total time allotted for the examination is 90 minutes. Also, the examination carries a total of 100 questions, worth one mark each. There is a negatvie marking of 1/3 for each wrong answer.
RRB Group D Exam Pattern
|Section||Total Questions||Total Marks||Time Duration|
|General Awareness & Current Affairs||20||20|
|General Intelligence & Reasoning||30||30|
Physical Efficiency Test (PET)
The candidates who qualify the Computer-based Test will be called to appear in the Physical Efficiency Test (PET). The criteria of the PET vary for men and women in RRB Group D.
For Male Candidates: The male candidates must be able to lift and carry 35 kg of weight for a distance of 100 metres in 2 minutes on one attempt without putting the weight down. Also, they must be able to run a distance of 1000 metres in 4 minutes and 15 seconds in one attempt.
For Female Candidates: The female candidates must be able to lift and carry 20 kg of weight for a distance of 100 metres in 2 minutes on one attempt without putting the weight down. Also, they must be able to run for a distance of 1000 metres in 5 minutes and 40 seconds in one attempt.
The candidate who qualifies for all the previous rounds will be called for the Document Verification round. Candidates need to carry the originals as well as photocopies of the required documents.
- High School Certificate or equivalent
- 10+2 Certificate or equivalent
- Aadhaar Card
- NCVT and CVT Certificate
- Caste Certificate (if any)
- Income Certificate for the candidates of EWS category
- Medical Certificate for the candidates of PwBD category
- Death Certificate of Spouse and Affidavit of No Marriage
- No Objection Certificate for candidates already serving somewhere else
After clearing all three rounds, the candidates will be called for the Medical Examination which is the last stage of the RRB Group D selection process. If a candidate fails the medical examination, he/she will be rejected from the recruitment process. The standards set by the board for the Medical Examination are given below.
|Medical Examination Standard||Visual Acuity|
|A-2||Distant Vision: 6/9, 6/9 without glasses (no fogging test)|
Near Vision: Sn. 0.6, 0.6 without glasses and must pass tests for colour vision, binocular vision, night vision, mesopic vision etc.
|A-3||Distant vision: 6/9, 6/9 with or without glasses (power of lenses not to exceed 2D)|
Near vision: Sn: 0.6, 0.6 with or without glasses and must pass the test for colour vision, binocular vision, night vision, myopic vision, etc.
|B-1||Distant vision: 6/9, 6/12 with or without glasses (power of lenses not to exceed 4D)|
Near vision: Sn. 0.6, 0.6 with or without glasses when reading or close work is required and must pass the test for colour vision, binocular vision, night vision, mesopic vision, etc.
|B-2||Distant vision: 6/9, 6/12 with or without glasses (power of lenses not to exceed 4D)|
Near vision: Sn. 0.6, 0.6 with or without glasses when reading or close work is required and must pass the test for binocular vision, etc.
|C-1||Distant vision: 6/12, 6/18 with or without glasses|
Near vision: Sn. 0.6, 0.6 with or without glasses when reading or close work is required.
|C-2||Distant vision: 6/12 with or without glasses|
Near vision: Sn. 0.6 combined with or without glasses where reading or close work is required.
RRB Group D Selection Process FAQs
A. The selection process for RRB Group D comprises four stages: CBT, PET, Document Verification and Medical Examination.
A. The Computer-based Test for RRB Group D carries 100 questions worth one mark each.
A. The important documents required for the Document Verification process are the 10th & 12th certificates, the Aadhaar Card, the NCVT/CVT certificate, the caste certificate, the income certificate, the medical certificate, the no objection certificate, and other documents.