RRB ALP Second CBT Scores Declared

RRB ALP Second CBT Scores – The Railway Recruitment Board (RRB) Assistant Loco Pilot (ALP) Second Computer Based Test (CBT) scores as well as cut off marks have been released online and the same is available on the official website, rrbcdg.gov.in. Respective railway recruitment boards (RRB) have also released the candidate list for the aptitude test, as per NDTV report. Scores, final answer keys and question paper with responses have been released for the RRB ALP, Technician second CBT held in January- February. More than 5 lakh candidates were shortlisted for the second computer-based test (CBT) of railway ALP, technician selection process. Candidates who took the exam can check their result on the official website of RRBs, noted the report.

Official Websites to Download the Result

  • RRB Ahmedabad
  • RRB Ajmer
  • RRB Allahabad
  • RRB Bangalore
  • RRB Bhopal
  • RRB Bhubaneshwar
  • RRB Bilaspur
  • RRB Chandigarh
  • RRB Chennai
  • RRB Gorakhpur
  • RRB Guwahati
  • RRB Jammu
  • RRB Kolkata
  • RRB Malda
  • RRB Mumbai
  • RRB Muzaffarpur
  • RRB Patna
  • RRB Ranchi
  • RRB Secunderabad
  • RRB Siliguri
  • RRB Thiruvananthapuram

As per the job notification issued by the Board, the Computer-Based Aptitude Test will have a Test Battery comprising of five tests and the candidates will have to secure a minimum T-Score of 42 in each test of the test battery to qualify for the post of Assistant Loco Pilot. This is applicable to all candidates and no relaxation is permissible on any ground. There will be no negative marking in Computer-Based Aptitude Test.

For the Assistant Loco Pilot (ALP) post, there will be an additional aptitude test. The test is scheduled to be held on April 16. Railway Recruitment Board (RRB) conducts computer-based examination for recruitment of ALP & Technician posts. RRB has released centralized notification 01/2018 for total 26502 vacancies. RRB ALP & Technician Recruitment 2018 will be held in two stages followed by Aptitude Test (if applicable) and Document Verification. First Stage CBT is scheduled to be held in the month of May and June 2018.

Railway Recruitment Control Board is a government organisation in India. It was set up in 1998 in the Ministry of Railways (Railway Board), New Delhi.

Objectives

  • Formulation of policy in regard to recruitment procedures
  • To monitor the activities of all Railway Recruitment Boards (RRBs) including expenditure incurred for recruitment
  • To evaluate the performance of RRB’s and advise them on priorities as required
  • To organise a management information system for monitoring work done by RRB’s

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