RRB Group D exam: The Railway Recruitment Board has started conducting examinations for the posts of Group D from September 17 onwards. Here are some instructions and reminders which might come handy while appearing for the exam today.
Documents to be carried: The candidates are required to carry their call letter along with their photo Id proof and photographs. During the examination, the invigilator will check the same. Candidates are required to bring two recent (not older than three months) passport size colour photograph (the same which was uploaded to the application). It should be strictly kept in mind that without the ticket, no one will be allowed to attempt the paper
Banned items: Candidates should not carry any personal computational devices, Bluetooth devices, cell phones, any electronic gadgets etc. to the venue of the examination. There will be no arrangement made for keeping the same. They should also not carry any textual material, printed or written, bits of papers or any electronic gadgets.
Moreover, candidates are not allowed to wear mehndi or henna on the left thumb to avoid difficulties in registration
Don’t touch new topics: If you have not prepared some topics, just leave it. The last hour is not the right time to mug up things. Focus on your strengths and go through only those significant pointers or footnotes that you might have made if required. Touching anything new will only create confusion and may affect your performance the next day
Examination venue: Do a recce of the exam centre. In order to avoid chaos and confusion, calculate the time spent travelling to the exam hall, keeping the traffic conditions in mind.
Leave on time: The candidates are required to report 120 minutes before the commencement of the test. It is always better to reach the venue a bit early than reaching late. Hence, leave your house on time in order to avoid traffic too. The examination hall will be opened 60 minutes prior to the commencement of the test.
Stay positive: Maintaining a positive frame of mind is crucial for attempting the paper and scoring well in it. Do not over think when you receive the paper. Start answering the questions calmly and just give your best.
In a note, RRB has said that the self-declaration paragraph will be displayed on the computer screen before the start of the exam and candidate should write the same in the space provided in the e-call letter in the exam lab only.