RRB Recruitment 2018: The Railway Recruitment Control Board is conducting the Group C Exam for the post of Assistant Loco Pilot (ALP) and Technician. The CBT exam for the Group C posts started this month and will end soon. The exam for the Railway ALP Group C posts is going to end soon and now candidates who have applied for the Group D posts in railways are waiting for the admit cards.
RRB Recruitment 2018 – Admit Cards For Group D Posts
Once the CBT exam procedure for the Group C posts will over, the Railway Recruitment Control Board will release the official notice regarding the exam dates and admit cards release dates. Candidates are advised not to trust the fake website and news regarding the RRB Group D Admit cards and exam dates.
As of now the dates for the exam are not yet finalized by the Railway Recruitment Board. Once the dates will be finalized the notice regarding the same will also be uploaded on the official website of RRB. It is expected that after the whole completion of the RRB Group C first stage CBT exam, the admit cards for the Group D and exam dates will be out.
RRB Group D Exam Pattern
Just like the RRB Group C exam pattern, the exam pattern of Railway Recruitment Control Board Group C is also the same. The test will be conducted in online mode. Candidates who have applied for the RRB Group D posts are advised to be ready for the exam and start preparing hard for the paper. The exam will be conducted in three stages – First Stage CBT, Document Verification & PET.
Candidates who will clear the first stage will go for the next level. The first stage CBT exam for RRB Group D posts will have 100 questions. To attempt these 100 questions, there will be only 90 minutes. For every wrong answer, there will be negative marking.
To recall, the Railway Recruitment Control Board released the official notification for the recruitment of candidates for the Group D posts and Group C posts in the month of February 2018. There are total 62907 vacancies in Indian railways for the Group D posts and 26502 vacancies for the Group C posts. The Group C posts may get an increase in vacancies soon.