RRB ALP admit card 2018 to be available shortly; check how to download

RRB ALP admit card 2018 to be available shortly; check how to download
Anangsha Patra | Aug 3, 2018 - 4:23 p.m. IST
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The admit card of RRB ALP for first stage will be available from August 5, 2018. The official notice reads,“The e-admit card will be available 4 days prior the date of Computer Based Exam of candidates.” To download the admit card, candidates will have to enter registration number and password in the login page. The hard copy of the admit card will not be sent to any candidate by post.

Candidates should check the details printed in RRB ALP admit card. For any discrepancies in name, date of birth, father’s and mother’s name, photograph and signature should immediately contact the RRBs for correction.

RRB ALP admit card will carry details like candidate’s name, roll number, date, time and venue of exam. The admit card will be available only for those candidates whose applications have been accepted by the exam conducting authority for the recruitment exam. It is mandatory to carry one photo-identity proof prescribed by RRBs to the examination centre along with the admit card. Candidates will also have to carry one photograph along with the admit card for appearing in the first stage CBT.

On reaching exam centre, candidates will have to sign self-declaration. RRB ALP admit card has a space for self-declaration which has to be signed in the presence of invigilator. In self-declaration, candidates will have to write a paragraph declaring that the statements made in the application form are correct and complete. They are also required to sign and affix left thumb impression in the self-declaration provided in the admit card.

Candidates are advised to reach the examination centre before the reporting time to avoid any hassle.

The first stage exam of RRB ALP is schedule to be conducted from August 9 across multiple sessions. The exam will consist of four sections – Mathematics, General Intelligence and Reasoning, General Science and General awareness on current affairs. There will be 75 objective type questions which candidates will have to answer within 60 minutes. Total marks of the exam is 75. The qualifying cut off for general, and (OBC and SC) is 40% and 30% respectively, while the cut off for ST is 25%. To qualify the exam, candidates are required to secure the qualifying cutoff.


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