Rly exam in mother tongue

Mamata said a new centre of the Railway Recruitment Board will be set up here to facilitate the youth in North Bengal in taking up the exams. “Siliguri will be the 21st Railway Recruitment Board centre of the country. The centre will start functioning within a couple of months,” the minister said.

“Henceforth, it will be easier for the youth of North Bengal to sit for railway recruitment examinations... and people of every state will be allowed to write answer scripts in their respective mother tongue,” Banerjee said.

She made the announcement while flagging off the weekly New Jalpaiguri-Digha “Paharia” Express, which will connect North Bengal with the coastal tourist town of Digha in East Midnapore district. The Paharia Express will leave New Jalpaiguri on Fridays at 9 pm and will reach Digha at 12 noon next day. From Digha, it will start at 4.20 pm and reach New Jalpaiguri next day at 8.45 am.

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