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How To Download E Call Letter For Rrb Cen 01 2019


<h1>How to Download E Call Letter for RRB CEN 01/2019</h1>


<p>If you have applied for the Railway Recruitment Board (RRB) Non-Technical Popular Categories (NTPC) posts under the Centralised Employment Notice (CEN) No. 01/2019, you must be eagerly waiting for the second stage Computer Based Test (CBT-2) that is tentatively scheduled between June to September 2023. But before you appear for the exam, you need to download your e call letter or admit card from the official website of your RRB region. The e call letter is a mandatory document that contains important details about your exam and identity. Without it, you will not be allowed to enter the exam center. So, how can you download your e call letter for RRB CEN 01/2019? Here are the steps you need to follow:</p>


<h2>Step 1: Visit the official website of your RRB region</h2>


<p>The first step is to visit the official website of the RRB region that you have applied for. You can find the list of all RRB regions and their websites at Para-20.0 of the CEN No. 01/2019. For example, if you have applied for RRB Chennai, you need to visit <a href="(^1^)">https://rrbchennai.gov.in</a>. Once you are on the website, look for a link that says "Download e-Admission Certificate / e-CALL LETTER" or something similar. Click on that link to proceed to the next step.</p>




how to download e call letter for rrb cen 01 2019



<h2>Step 2: Enter your registration number and date of birth</h2>


<p>The next step is to enter your registration number and date of birth in the format DD/MM/YYYY. These are the same details that you have used while filling up your online application form. If you have forgotten your registration number, you can retrieve it by clicking on the "Forgot Registration Number" link and entering your email ID and date of birth. After entering your details, click on the "Login" button to access your account.</p>


<h2>Step 3: Click on the link to download e call letter</h2>


<p>Once you have logged in to your account, you will see a link that says "Download e call letter" or something similar. Click on that link to open your e call letter in PDF format. You can also check other details like exam date, city intimation, free travel authority (if applicable), mock test link, help desk link, etc. on this page.</p>


<h2>Step 4: Save and print the e call letter</h2>


<p>The final step is to save and print your e call letter. You can save it by clicking on the "Download" or "Save as" option on your browser. You can print it by clicking on the "Print" option on your browser or using the shortcut Ctrl+P. Make sure you print the e call letter in color and on an A4 size paper. You need to carry a hard copy of the e call letter to the exam center along with other documents.</p>


<h2>Important Details to Check on Your E Call Letter</h2>


<p>After downloading and printing your e call letter, you need to check some important details on it. These are:</p>


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<li><b>Candidate's name, roll number, and photograph:</b> These should match with your identity proof and application form. If there is any mismatch or error, you need to contact the RRB immediately.</li>


<li><b>Exam date, time, and venue:</b> These should be clearly mentioned and you should reach the exam center at least an hour before the reporting time. You should also check the distance and route to the exam center beforehand and plan your travel accordingly.</li>


<li><b>Post applied for and pay level:</b> These should be as per your preference and eligibility. If there is any discrepancy, you need to inform the RRB as soon as possible.</li>


<li><b>Instructions for candidates:</b> These are some general and specific guidelines that you need to follow before, during, and after the exam. You should read them carefully and adhere to them strictly. Any violation of the instructions may lead to disqualification or cancellation of your candidature.</li>


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<h3>What to Carry Along with Your E Call Letter</h3>


<p>Besides your e call letter, you also need to carry some other documents to the exam center. These are:</p>


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<li><b>Valid photo identity proof:</b> You need to carry one original and valid photo identity proof such as Aadhaar card, PAN card, voter ID card, passport, driving license, etc. The name and date of birth on the identity proof should match with those on the e call letter. You also need to carry a photocopy of the identity proof for verification.</li>


<li><b>Recent passport size photograph:</b> You need to carry one recent (not older than one month) color passport size photograph (35mm x 45mm) with a clear front view of your face without cap or sunglasses. The photograph should be similar to the one uploaded in your online application form. You need to paste this photograph on the attendance sheet at the exam center.</li>


<li><b>COVID-19 self-declaration form:</b> You need to carry a printed copy of the COVID-19 self-declaration form that is available on the official website of your RRB region along with your e call letter. You need to fill up this form with your personal details and health status and sign it in front of the invigilator at the exam center. You also need to follow all the COVID-19 safety protocols such as wearing a mask, maintaining social distance, using sanitizer, etc.</li>


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<h4>What Not to Carry to the Exam Center</h4>


<p>There are some items that you are strictly prohibited from carrying to the exam center. These are:</p>


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<li><b>Mobile phones, calculators, or any other electronic gadgets:</b> These are not allowed inside the exam hall as they may be used for unfair means or cheating. If you are found in possession of any such device, your candidature will be cancelled and you will be debarred from future exams.</li>


<li><b>Books, notes, or any other written material:</b> These are also not permitted inside the exam hall as they may give you an undue advantage over other candidates. You should not carry any paper or chit with you except your e call letter and other documents.</li>


<li><b>Any eatable item or drink:</b> These are also not allowed inside the exam hall as they may cause disturbance or health issues. You should eat well before entering the exam center and avoid drinking too much water. You will not be allowed to leave the exam hall for any reason until the exam is over.</li>


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<h5>Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)</h5>


<p>Here are some common questions that candidates may have regarding their e call letter for RRB CEN 01/2019:</p>


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<li><b>Q1: When will the e call letter be available for download?</b></li>


<p>A1: The e call letter will be available for download at least 10 days before your exam date from the official website of your RRB region. You will also receive an email and SMS notification on your registered email ID and mobile number regarding the availability of your e call letter.</p>


<li><b>Q2: What if I forget my registration number or password?</b></li>


<p>A2: If you forget your registration number or password, you can retrieve them by clicking on the "Forgot Registration Number" or "Forgot Password" link on the login page of your RRB region website. You will need to enter your email ID and date of birth to get your registration number or password.</p>


<li><b>Q3: What if there is any discrepancy in my e call letter?</b></li>


<p>A3: If there is any discrepancy or error in your e call letter, such as spelling mistake, wrong photograph, incorrect post, etc., you need to contact the RRB concerned immediately and get it rectified. You can find the contact details of all RRBs at Para-20.0 of the CEN No. 01/2019. You should also carry a proof of your correct details to the exam center for verification.</p>


<li><b>Q4: Can I change my exam center or date after downloading the e call letter?</b></li>


<p>A4: No, you cannot change your exam center or date after downloading the e call letter. The RRBs have allotted the exam centers and dates to the candidates based on their preferences and availability. No request for change of exam center or date will be entertained by the RRBs under any circumstances.</p>


<li><b>Q5: How can I contact the RRB in case of any query or issue?</b></li>


<p>A5: You can contact the RRB in case of any query or issue related to your e call letter or exam by using the help desk link that is available on the official website of your RRB region along with your e call letter. You can also send an email or call the RRB concerned using the contact details given at Para-20.0 of the CEN No. 01/2019. You should mention your name, registration number, post applied for, and exam date in your communication.</p>


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<p>I hope this article has helped you understand how to download your e call letter for RRB CEN 01/2019 and what to do before, during, and after the exam. I wish you all the best for your exam and future endeavors.</p>


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