RRB – Railway Recruitment Board Exam Fees

   

Every year the RRB conducts exam to fill the vacancies with candidates who have passed the exam conducted by the board. There are plenty of vacancies every year in the technical and non – technical department. It is a great opportunity to work with the Indian Railways as it is the largest Railway network in the world. Besides, the job is lucrative and one can also get pension and other benefits as well.  Aspirants have to note that there are various RRB’s all across the country, which should be noted so that they can apply for the registration form from that board.

RRB Exam Application Fees

To appear for the exam the candidate should fill the form so that he is registered with the board for the exam. Application is carried out online on the official website of RRBs. There are various websites of different RRBs, therefore candidate have to log on to that particular website only. To register on needs to fill the application form that is displayed on the website. After submitting the application, the candidate has to pay the respiration fee that the board will mention.

RRB Exam Fees:

Candidates who are in the reserved category will have no examination fee.

Candidates who are ex. Servicemen or physically handicapped will have no examination fee.

Candidates in the general category will have to pay the fees that have been indicted against each post.

The fees differ for every post. Therefore candidate has to take a note of it.

The examination fees are non-refundable.

How to Pay the Fees for RRB Exam

The fess should be paid in the form of demand draft to be drawn at any Nationalized banks or branches or in the form of crossed Indian Postal Order that is drawn in favor of “Assistant Secretary, Railway Recruitment Board” that is valid for sex months only.

Candidates have to note that the fees will not be accepted if they are in the form of cash or cheque, money order or central recruitment fees stamp.

Application of the candidate will not be accepted if it is not accompanied with the Bank draft or Indian Postal order of requisite amount.

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