RRB ministerial and isolated categories application status link will go live soon on the official Railway Recruitment Board website. On 23 February 2019, applications were invited for 1663 posts of ministerial and isolated categories that include posts of steno and teachers among others. Indian Railways is now going to start computer-based tests for the notified vacancies from 15 December 2020.
Candidates who had applied against the vacancies can check the status of their application using the link provided on the websites of the Railway Recruitment Board. Applicants need to enter their application registration number and date of birth to view the RRB ministerial and isolated categories application status. In case a candidate has lost their registration number, they can click on the Forgotten Registration ID’ tab provided on the link to retrieve the information.
The link will be available from 15 October 2020 10 am to 20 October 2020 11:59 pm. In case a candidate’s application gets rejected, RRB will send an SMS and e-mail to the candidate’s registered mobile number and email ID provided in their application.
“Candidature of all the eligible candidates is purely provisional and is liable to be cancelled at any stage of the recruitment process or thereafter, in case of any inconsistency/deficiency furnished by them in their application or any malpractice on the part of the candidate coming to the notice of RRBs at any stage of the recruitment process,” says RRB.
Applicants are advised to visit the official RRB website to receive the latest information on the RRB vacancies. The Railway Recruitment Board has also warned candidates to beware of touts who misguide candidates with fake promises of appointment for jobs on illegal consideration. RRB selections are based on Computer Based Test (CBT) and recruitment is based only on the merit of the candidates, adds the board.