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Fee refund process for RRB Group D  begins, update bank details here.

Fee refund process for RRB Group D begins, update bank details here.

March 25, 2019

The Railway Recruitment Board has started the process of refunding the RRB Group D examination fees for the candidates who appeared for the Computer Based Test 2018.

 

According to the RRB official notification, the examination fee will only be returned to the candidates who appeared for the CBT Examination. The application fee will directly be deposited in the accounts of the candidates or in the debit/credit card through which the candidate had paid the fees.

 

Direct link to update bank details 

 

Candidates are allowed to update their bank details, in which they wish to get the application fees. The RRB has already activated the links on its regional websites and the same will remain active up to March 28, 2019. The fee is being returned to the candidates who attended the CBT of Level 1 posts against CEN 02/2018.

 

Candidates should ensure that the Bank Account Number and IFSC Code entered are correct. Once submitted, candidates won't be able to make changes in the Bank Account details given by them.

 

The official notification reads: "Candidates are requested to ensure that the Bank Account Number and IFSC Code entered are correct and advised to carefully check the Bank Account Details before submitting the same. It may be noted that the modification of bank details after submission will not be possible. RRBs shall not be responsible for the further failure of refund, if any, on account of incorrect details furnished by the candidates and will not entertain further correspondence in this regard."

 

Courtesy: TOI

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