RRB Recruitment 2018 for RPF | Update on Admit Cards & Exam Dates To Be Out Soon

RPF Recruitment 2018: The Railway Recruitment Control Board will soon announce the exam dates and will release the admit cards for the CBT exam for the RRB RPF Exam (Railway Protection Force) 2018. Currently, the Railway Recruitment Board is busy conducting the first stage CBT exam for the RRB Group D posts and before this RRB conducted the Ist stage CBT exam for the Group C posts. After this, It is possible that RRB will announce the exam dates for the Railway Protection Force Recruitment Exam 2018.

RPF Recruitment 2018 Exam Dates & Other Details

As per the official notification released by the Railway Recruitment Control Board regarding the RPF Recruitment 2018, the first stage CBT exam for the Constable and SI post in RPF will be conducted in September or October month. This is clearly written on the official notification of RPF Recruitment 2018.

As now it is known to everyone, right now RRB is conducting the Group C exam so it is not possible to conduct the RPF 2018 exam in the month of September. The RPF 2018 exam dates are expected to be out by the end of September and exam might be conducted in the month of October.

RPF Recruitment 2018 Details

In the month of May, Railway Recruitment Control Board released the official notification for RPF Recruitment 2018 and invited applications from the candidates for the post of Sub Inspector and Constable post. The online application process for the SI and Constable post in Railway Protection Force started on 1st June and ended on 30th June.

For the post of Constable in Railway Protection Force (RPF), there are almost equal vacancies for the post of male and female candidates. For the male candidates, there are total 4403 vacancies and for the female candidates, there are total 4216 vacancies. There are 0 vacancies in RPSF for the female candidates for the constable post.

As per the official notification of Railway Protection Force, there are total 819 vacancies for the male candidates and 301 vacancies for the female candidates. For the Sub-Inspector post, the minimum education qualification is Graduation and for the constable post, the minimum education qualification is SSC/Matric. Candidates are advised to check the official website for more updates and details.



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