RRB ALP second stage CBT admit card available now; check steps to download

RRB ALP second stage CBT admit card available now; check steps to download
Supriya Kumari | Jan 17, 2019 - 12:48 p.m. IST
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NEW DELHI, JANUARY 17: Railway Recruitment Boards (RRBs) have released the RRB ALP admit card 2018 region-wise for the second stage CBT, on January 17, 2019. RRB ALP second stage exam is scheduled to be conducted from January 21 to 23 in computer-based mode. Candidates can download the admit card by visiting the official website - http://www.rrcb.gov.in/rrbs.html.

In order to download the admit card, candidates will have to enter their user ID and password on the login page. RRB ALP admit card 2018 for the second stage CBT has been issued four days prior to the date of Computer Based Test (CBT). The admit card comprises two parts - one is for the candidate and other is for RRB which will be retained by the invigilator at the time of verification.

After downloading the admit card, candidates must check all the details specified in the same. In case of any discrepancy in the admit card, candidates must get it corrected immediately. Details like roll number, candidate’s name, date and time of the exam, photograph, name of the post applied, father’s name, category etc. are present on the admit card.

Candidates will have to carry one colour photograph (35mmX45mm), anyone photo- identity proof like Voter Card, Aadhaar Card, Driving License, PAN card, Passport etc. along with the admit card on the day of examination. Candidates are also informed through SMS and email regarding the availability of RRB ALP admit card.

RRB ALP is held in three stages – First Stage CBT, Second Stage CBT and Computer-Based Aptitude Test. According to the exam pattern, the second stage CBT will have two parts – A and B. Part A will have questions from Mathematics, General Intelligence and Reasoning, Basic Science and Engineering and General Awareness. Part B will contain relevant trade-related questions. Part A of the second stage CBT will be conducted for 100 marks whereas part B will be held for 75 marks.


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