A way around the RRBALB answer key technical glitch
RRBALB – The Railways Recruitment Board otherwise known as the RRB has recently released the answer keys to the 2nd stage of group C, ALP technician’s posts, examinations conducted in January and February of this year. The computer-based examinations were orchestrated in several centres across the state.
However, candidates who were looking for the answer key met with a bizarre glitch on the official website. Due to an overcrowding of the registered users, the login page of the website had troubles opening up to the requested user credentials. Thankfully, officials have notified that the candidates can now download the answer key from the respective regional RRB websites instead.
To note: In addition to the answer key release, officials have also informed that the objection window will open from February 19, 2019, and at 10.00am IST and will be shut down on the midnight of February 20, 2019.
For candidates who have no clue to the whereabouts of the answer key, here is a step by step guide to download a copy for your own.
Step 1: Work yourself to the official RRB website. The webpage can be found clicking on the following link – www.rrbcdg.gov.in/
Step 2: Once in, navigate, find and select the ‘RRB ALP Answer Key CBT 2’ answer keys
Step 3: Log in using your application/roll number, date of exam and other requested user details for security purposes.
Step 4: Once you have submitted the requested details, the answer keys will be made available on your screen.
Step 5: Download or take print out of the same for use whichever suits you deem necessary.
About Indian Railways
The Indian Railways is one of the largest chains of railways in the world. Ever since the first railroad between Mumbai (then Bombay) to Thane was set up during the British rule, the network has played a significant part in the country’s logistics, commerce, trade and development. Ever since its incorporation in the year 1853, the network connects more than 121,407 km of rails tracks and employing close to 1.4 million employees in the country – making it the Ninth largest employer in the world. With about 20,000 passenger trains connecting the country through regular services, the network was seen making an annual revenue of INR 1.874 Trillion and a net income of INR 64.24 Billion during the financial year 2017-2018. With such might, and 17 zones to handle, employment opportunities have been always on the high wave and taking up the RRB exam would be only be known as a good choice.