RRB Recruitment 2018: RRB (Railway Recruitment Board) will conduct the CBT exam for the recruitment of candidates for the Group D posts soon. As of now, there is no exact date announced by the board for the first stage of CBT exam. The tentative dates for the exam were set for April or May. April is going to end and it is expected that the RRB will conduct the exam in the month of May.
RRB Recruitment 2018 For Group D Posts – CBT Exam Date
As said above, there is no official date for the CBT exam but according to the sources, Railway Recruitment Board will release the Group D CBT Exam Dates by the next week that is beginning of the May. To recall, Railway Recruitment Board released the notification for the recruitment of candidates for the 65,907 Group D positions in the month of February. the online application process started in February and end on 31st March.
RRB Recruitment 2018 For Group D Posts – CBT Exam Syllabus
According to the official notification – CEN 02/2018, the candidates will be selected on the basis of the CBT exam. The recruitment process for the Group D posts in Railways will start with a First Stage CBT exam which is followed by a Physical Efficiency Test or PET and lastly the document verification. However, it is expected that the RRB will conduct the second stage CBT exam. The exam pattern will be same for the second Stage CBT.
The CBT Exam for the Group D posts will have objective type questions. There will be 100 questions and the time duration to attempt the 100 questions will be 90 minutes. These 100 questions will be from mathematics, general intelligence, and reasoning and also from general Science. The entire syllabus will be of class 10 level. Keep this in mind that there will be negative marking for each wrong answer.
In the mathematics section, there will be questions from number system, BODMAS, Fractions, LCM, HCF, Ratio, Percentages, Time, Trigonometry, Age calculation. For General intelligence, questions from Analogies, Number series, coding and decoding, Relationships, Venn Diagram, Conclusions and Decision making, Similarities and Differences. For General Science questions from class 10 Physics, Chemistry, and Life Sciences would be asked.