The Indian Railway is the best recruiter in the country. Thousands of vacancies are announced every year to recruit eligible candidates. The Railway recruitment board conducts the rrb exams. The exams are comparatively simpler and are cracked easily if one works hard with determination and focus.
The exam is conducted to select candidates for Non-Technical Popular Categories (NTPC) graduate and undergraduate posts in various Zonal Railways and Production Units of Indian Railways. The posts include:
The exam is conducted to select candidates for Non-Technical Popular Categories (NTPC) graduate and undergraduate posts in various Zonal Railways and Production Units of Indian Railways. The posts include:Junior clerk cum typist
It is a multi-stage selection process. Each and every stage is designed to test candidates' intelligence and physical fitness.
1st Stage Computer Based Test (CBT)
2nd Stage Computer Based Test (CBT)
Typing Skill Test/Computer Based Aptitude Test (as applicable)
Document Verification/Medical Examination
Objective type multiple choice questions asked from General Awareness, Mathematics, and General Intelligence and Reasoning
The Railway Recruitment Board Exam for Junior Engineer selects candidates for various technical posts in the Indian Railways.
CBT 1 differs from CBT 2 based on their technical abilities and other subjects.
RRB Group D exam is conducted by RRB to recruit eligible candidates for various posts like Helper/Assistant Points man, Track Maintainer Grade-IV, in Level 1 of 7th CPC Pay Matrix in various departments of Indian Railways.
Computer-Based Examination is conducted for 90 minutes. A total of 100 questions are asked on four different sections -English, Maths, GK & GS (general science)
1. Physical Efficiency Test is qualifying in nature.
2. Document Verification
3. Medical Examination
Assistant Loco Pilot and Technician recruitment
• First Stage CBT,
• Second Stage CBT,
• Computer Based Aptitude Test (CBAT) (conducted for Assistant Loco Pilot)
• Document Verification