RRB Recruitment 2018 Group C (ALP & Technician) & Group D – 1st Stage CBT Exam Date After August

RRB Recruitment 2018: RRB, the Railway Recruitment Board has decided to shift the first stage CBT exam dates from the month of May. The Ist stage CBT exam was scheduled to be conducted in the month of April/May but now it seems that it will be conducted after the month of August 2018.

In February month, Railway Recruitment Control Board released the official notification for the RRB Group C posts and RRB Group D posts. The notification is released for approximately 90,000 posts in Group C and Group D. For these posts more than 2 crore applications were received by the Railway Recruitment Board.

RRB Recruitment 2018 – Reason In Delay Of Admit Cards

The biggest and the main reason behind the delay in the CBT exam and admit card release is the number of the applications received by the Railway Recruitment Board. With 2.37 crore applications for the total 90,000 posts. This is a huge number of applications.

For the selection of candidates for the post of Group C and Group D, the candidates will go through the CBT exam. As this is an online exam so Railway Recruitment Board will have to arrange examination centres. And this is the main reason for the delay in conducting the first stage CBT exam for Group D and Group C posts.

RRB Recruitment 2018 – Selection Process For Group C & Group D

There are total 26502 vacancies in Group C for the post of Assistant Loco Pilot and Technician. And for the post of Group D, there are total 62907 vacancies. The candidates will be selected on the basis of the performance in the ISt stage CBT exam. It will be a written Online exam (Objective Type).

The candidates who will perform well and clear the Ist stage CBT exam will go for the PET and then Document Verification followed by the Medical Examination. Only the candidates who will clear the 1st stage CBT exam will be called for the next round as stated by Railway Recruitment Control Board.

The first stage CBT exam for the RRB Group D posts will have 100 questions and candidates will have to attempt the questions in 90 minutes. These questions will be the objective type from Mathematics, General Awareness & Intelligence, Aptitude & General Science.

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