RRB Recruitment 2019: The Railway Recruitment Control Board will close the submission of application form online today as it is the last date. The candidates are advised to submit the application form online by the end of today, The RRB started the process of application form filling for the post of JE (Junior Engineer) and other posts on 2nd January 2019 for more than 13000 posts.
RRB Recruitment 2019 – Last Date Today For Submission of Application Form Online
The Railway Recruitment Control Board will close the application submission process in all aspects today. Today i.e 7th February 2019 is the last day to submit the application form online on the official website. The candidates can submit their application form on the official website till 11:59 pm. All the candidates who have filled the application form and paid the application fee are advised to submit the application form completely today.
The Railway Recruitment Control Board started the process of filling the application form on 2nd January 2019 and the application form registration process was closed on 31st January 2019. The last date to pay the application fee online was 5th February 2019 and the last day to pay the application fee offline was 4th February 2019.
RRB JE Recruitment 2019 – Vacancies & Other Details
According to the notification of Railway Recruitment Board, there are 12844 vacancies for the post of Junior Engineer. Further, there are 29 vacancies for the Junior Engineer posts (Information Technology), 227 vacancies for the Depot Material Superintendent and 387 vacancies for the post of Chemical and Metallurgical Assistant Posts. Total 13487 vacancies are there in Railways.
The selection of candidates for the various posts in Railways will be on the basis of CBT exam. The first stage CBT exam will be common for all posts. The CBT Exam will be of 90 minutes and there will be total 100 questions. The first stage CBT exam will be of screening nature. There will be questions from the Mathematics section, General Intelligence and Reasoning, General Awareness and General Science. Mathematics and General Science will have 30 questions each. There will be 25 questions from the General Intelligence & Reasoning, and 15 from the General Awareness.