Group D Exam 2019: The Railway Recruitment Cells (RRC) has released the admit cards of Group D PET 2019. All the candidates can download the Group D PET Admit Card 2019 from the regional RRC websites. Meanwhile, the applicants from the Benchmark disabilities (PwBD) category are exempted from giving the PET exam.
Group D PET 2019: Dates
The RRC will conduct the PET exam from March 26 to April 3, 2019. The test will be held at various test centres.
Meanwhile, the Railways Recruitment Board (RRB) has released the RRB Group D answer key, question paper, response sheet, and score sheet for the recruitment exam conducted to fill vacancies at group D level.
Group D PET Admit Card 2019: Here’s how to download
- Log on to the official regional websites of RRC
- On the homepage, click on ‘RRB group D PET admit card’ link
- Enter all the required information
- Click on submit
- Admit cards will be displayed on the screen
- Download it and take print out of the same
Note: The candidates will not be allowed to enter the exam hall without a valid admit card.
Group D PET Admit Card 2019: Selection criteria
Lift and carry 35 kg of weight for a distance of 100 metres in 2 minutes in one chance without putting the weight down
Lift and carry 20 kg of weight for a distance of 100 metres in 2 minutes in one chance without putting the weight down
Note: It has been decided by the Ministry of Railways that, henceforth, the conduct of PET, Document Verification, Medical Examination and publication of Panel for level 1 posts shall be carried out by the Railway Recruitment Cells(RRCs) of the respective Zonal Railway.
Accordingly, the PET schedule for the provisionally shortlisted candidates shall be published on the official websites of RRCs by the Chairpersons of RRCs. Further, SMS / Email will also be sent to the registered mobile number and email of the shortlisted candidates to download their e-call letter for PET.
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