RRB Recruitment Rules - About Community Reservation

RRB Recruitment Rules

About Community Reservation:

  1. All candidates irrespective of community may be considered against UR vacancies.

  2. However against the vacancies earmarked for specific community (SC/ST/OBC), only candidates belonging to that community/ group will be considered.

  3. For this purpose, SC/ST/OBC candidates should furnish Caste Certificate from competent authorities as per the formats given below.

  4. The candidates who indicate their community as SC or ST or OBC in their application form but do not enclose the caste certificate in the prescribed format will not be considered as UR candidate and the application will be summarily rejected.

  5. Candidates belonging to SC/ST/OBC who fulfill required educational qualification/technical qualifications can also apply against UR vacancies. They will, however, have to compete with the UR candidates. No age relaxation will be allowed to such SC/ST/OBC candidates applying against UR vacancies.

Validity of Community Certificate:

For OBC candidates, the certificates should specifically indicate that the candidate does not belong to the Persons/Sections (Creamy Layer) mentioned in Col.3 of the Schedule of the Government of India, Department of Personnel and Training O.M. No.3601 2/22/9-Estt. (SCT) dated 08.09.93 & its subsequent revision through O.M.No.36033/3/2004-Estt. (Res.) dated 09.03.2004. The OBC candidate should enclose self declaration of non-creamy layer status in the proforma as given below.

Note: OBC Certificate should not be older than one year from the date of closure of the Employment Notice. 

Free Second Class Railway Pass as and when admissible will be issued to the candidates belonging to SC/ST communities when they are called for written examination or Aptitude Test/Skill test/document verification provided they submit valid caste certificate.

Click Here To Download OBC, Caste Form Declaration

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Courtesy : RRB


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