The Railway Recruitment Board is likely to announce the RRB Group D result which is being eagerly awaited by over 1 crore candidates. But candidates, who seem to have gotten frustrated by the delay in the result announcement, have sparked a meme fest on Twitter.
Several candidates took to Twitter on Wednesday to vent out their anger and trend 'RRC Group D Result Do' (#rrc_group_d_result_do) followed by a hilarious meme fest.
"They have spoiled the life of indian youth. We are the future and political parties in India playing life with we the people of india. When we vote within one month declared there result. But when we appear in our exam than we can't anticipated," wrote a Twitterati.
Some other Twitter users wrote: "Election result in 2 days and exam result 5 year," "atleast publish notice related to result then we can concentrate on PET," "#No_job_no_vote publish the Group D Result Provide proper schedule for rrc group d result & PET dates. Its been 4 years still we are unemployed!!"
Check some of the hilarious posts below:
Indian Railway— (@Jaydevdutta26) December 7, 2022
RRC CEN 01/2019
Notification March 2019
Exam August 2022 #rrc_group_d_result_do #किसान_MSP_मांगे#rrc_group_d_result_do @AshwiniVaishnaw @RailMinIndia @PMOIndia @Rrbmumbai pic.twitter.com/N81Zwt1omS
Once the board releases the result on the official website rrbcdg.gov.in, candidates will be able to download the same as soon as the link gets activated. The RRB Group D result will also be available on the regional websites.
On Tuesday, the RRB released an official notice regarding the calculation of results and how percentile score will be calculated. "In order to finalize the Merit based on Percentile Score as mentioned above it is necessary to include only those candidates in the Merit who have secured Minimum Percentage of Marks for eligibility in various categories: UR-40%, EWS-40%, OBC (Non creamy layer)-30%, SC- 30%, ST-30% as per qualifying criteria given in Para 14.1 of CEN No. RRC-01/2019," read the notice.
"Para 15.0 states that “Short listing of Candidates for various stages shall be based on the “Normalized Marks” obtained by them whenever CBT is conducted in multiple sessions for the same syllabus”. For this, the Percentile Score of each candidate will be converted into “Normalized Marks” by
interpolation of raw marks into “Base Shift” by using standard mathematical formula of interpolation for the purpose of deciding minimum qualifying marks as well as giving weightage in marks to CCAA candidates," it further read.
“Base Shift” for the above purpose is defined as a shift having the “Highest Mean” (Average) among all the Shifts of CBT with a condition that its “Present Candidate Count” should be 70% or more than the average of all Shifts”. In case the “Highest Mean” of two Shifts is same then Shift having “Highest Individual Marks” shall be considered as “Base Shift”. In case both the “Highest Mean” and “Highest Individual Marks” are same then the Shift having “Highest Present Candidate Count” shall be considered as “Base Shift” to break the tie,” it added.