Ritu Tripathi|Oct 24, 2021
- RRB ALP 2018 second stage exam begins today; check more details here
RRB ALP 2018 second stage exam begins today; check more details here
NEW DELHI, JANUARY 21: Railway Recruitment Boards (RRBs) are conducting RRB ALP 2018 second stage CBT exam from January 21 to 23, 2019. The online test is being held in various exam centres across the major cities of India.
The details of exam timings and venue are mentioned in the admit card. The admit card for CBT 2 has been issued on January 17. The admit card has been released for only those candidates who have been shortlisted to appear for second stage CBT.
On the day of the exam, candidates should carry any one of Voter card, Aadhaar card, PAN card, driving license, passport, identity card issued by Government/School/College/University etc. and one copy of photograph identical to the one provided during registration.
RRB ALP second stage exam comprises two parts – A and B. Part A consists of 100 questions while Part B comprises 75 questions. Part A is being conducted for 90 minutes while candidates have been allotted 60 minutes to complete Part B of the exam.
The Boards will release region-wise provisional answer key of second stage after the online exam concludes. The answer key will be published online in pdf format. The answer key contains correct answers to all questions asked in the test. To check the answer key, candidates have to log in with their user ID and date of birth. The Boards will also provide a link to raise objections against incorrect options marked in the answer key.
Challenges raised by candidates in the answer key will be thoroughly scrutinised by subject matter experts. In case an objection is found to be valid, the Boards will make the necessary changes in the final answer key. The final answer key will be published along with the result of second stage exam.
The result of second stage CBT is likely to be declared in March. The marks secured in Part A will be considered to select candidates for the next stage of the selection process as Part B is only qualifying in nature. Therefore, candidates must obtain the minimum qualifying marks in Part B to qualify the exam stage.
Railway Recruitment Boards is conducting the recruitment exam in four stages – first stage CBT, second stage CBT, Computer Based Aptitude Test (CBAT) and Document Verification (DV) to recruit candidates for the posts available under Assistant Loco Pilots and Technicians. The Boards have announced total 64,371 vacancies for RRB ALP 2018.
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