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In surprise move, has postponed the phase III RPF SI examinations (Group C and D) which was set to begin from January 9. RRB was scheduled to conduct SI recruitment examination under the Railway Protection Force from Jan 9th to Jan 13th. However in a notification RRB postponed the January 9th exam indefinitely postponed. The new date is yet to be announced.

“Due to representations by candidates, the online exam scheduled on January 9th has been postponed. The revised scheduled will be intimated soon in official website and SMS,” said a notice on the RRB website. Now, candidates who are appearing for the exam will receive SMS update about the new exam schedule soon.

It has to be noted that exam for only January 9th has been postponed, exam on following dates till January 13th is expected to continue as planned. Admit cards for the same can be downloaded from the official website.

The RRB has also postponed exams in Kerala. According to a notice on the website‘due to the unrest in Kerala the exam scheduled from 5th to 10th Jan have been postponed as well. Future details about the new exam schedule will be updated on the website as well as conveyed via SMS to candidates.

Admit cards can be downloaded by candidates just by visiting the official site – si.rpfonlinereg.org. Click on the call letter tab and choose the respective group in order to download the admit card. Admit cards are made available generally 10 days prior to the exam.

A total of 1120 sub-inspector vacancies were advertised earlier by Railways ministry which included 819 posts for male candidates and 301 for female aspirants.

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