RRB Recruitment 2018 For Group D Posts – Update on Exam Pattern & Syllabus For CBT Exam

RRB Recruitment 2018: RRB (Railway Recruitment Board) will conduct the First Stage CBT exam for the RRB Recruitment Group D posts soon. The tentative dates for the RRB Group D posts recruitments were set in the month of April and May but there is a delay in the exam dates and release of admit card. The Railway Recruitment Control Board is yet to finalize the exam dates for the first stage CBT exam.

More than 2 Crores application form was submitted for the RRB Group C & Group D posts by the candidates. To recall, there are total 65,907 vacancies for the Group D posts and 26,502 vacancies for the Group C posts. These vacancies are less than 1 lakh and total applications received for these vacancies is more than 2 crore.

This could be the reason why Railway Recruitment Board is taking time to release the Ist Stage CBT Exam dates and Admit cards. You can also check the Status of your RRB Group D Application Form here – RRB Group D Application Status

RRB Recruitment 2018 For Group D Posts – Exam Syllabus & Pattern

Railway Recruitment Control Board will select candidates for the Group D posts in Indian Railways on the basis of CBT (Computer Based Test). On the performance in the Ist Stage CBT Exam, candidates will be selected for the Physical test and document verification. The Board may conduct the 2nd stage CBT exam for the RRB Group D posts.

The Ist Stage CBT exam for the RRB Group D posts will be of 90 minutes duration. There will be 100 objective type questions. Candidates appearing for the Ist stage CBT exam of RRB Group D posts will have to attempt the 100 questions in 90 minutes. The first Stage CBT exam will have objective questions from Mathematics, General Science, General Awareness and General Intelligence.

The syllabus for the Ist Stage CBT exam for the RRB Group D posts under Railway Recruitment Board will be based on the 10th Class level. To qualify for the test, candidates will have to score at least 40% marks for the General Category and 30% marks for the OBC, ST & SC Category. For every wrong answer, there will be a negative marking. So candidates are advised not to attempt any wrong answer.

Also, Check – RRB Recruitment 2018 Group C posts Syllabus



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