Railway Recruitment Board is going to issue admit card for 18,252 available posts in various job categories such as Assistant Station Master, Clerk, Commercial Apprentice, Enquiry cum Reservation Clerk, Junior Accounts Assistant cum Typist, Senior Clerk cum typist, Traffic Assistant. As the recruitment drive is going to be done on a large scale, thousands of interested and eligible applicants have applied for the available posts of different categories and registration process for the selection has only recently been completed.
The Board will conduct written test to select the most eligible of candidates as part of the screening process. For the purpose, RRB Admit Card 2016 will be published the RRB and the call letter will be made available for download on the official website of RRB: www.indianrailways.gov.in or rrbonlinereg.in All the applicants will be able to access their call letter using their registration number that they got after application process. Hall ticket will not be issued offline and will not be sent to personal residence.
Railway Recruitment Control Board is a government organization in India. It was set up in 1998 in the Ministry of Railways (Railway Board), New Delhi. RRB remains operational to Formulate policy in regard to recruitment procedures monitor the activities of all Railway Recruitment Boards (RRBs) including expenditure incurred for recruitment, evaluate the performance of RRB's and advise them on priorities as required and organize a management information system for monitoring work done by RRB's.
Latest Update (03/03/2016): RRB Non-Technical Popular Category (NTPC) Admit Card is now Available to download and exam is to be held from 5th March, 2016.
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RRB Call Letter 2016 will be issued region wise in different regions such as Patna, Allahabad, Bengaluru, Ranchi, Mumbai, Bhubaneswar, Bhopal, Ajmer, Chennai, Siliguri and other areas entitled for the recruitment drive. Candidates belonging to the specific areas will need to access admit card from the respective regional websites of RRB. Exact date of written test has not yet been published. It is expected call letter will be made available at least 15 days before the date of the written test. It is expected that the written test will be taken during March-May all over India.
The written exam will consist of 100 multiple choice questions. Each question carries one and half mark. Negative marking system for each question for which an incorrect has been given by the aspirant, 1/3 of the marks assigned to the MCQs question will be deducted as penalty to arrive to the obtained mark.
The question paper will be divided into four sections: General Knowledge (20 marks), Arithmetic Ability (25 marks), General Intelligence (25 marks) and General Science (30 marks). The exam is likely to be highly competitive as huge number of applicants will sit for the exam. So, they will have to take preparation according to the prescribed exam pattern and syllabus.
This section will contain the questions from current affairs, Major finance/ Economic news, budget & five year plans, who is who, sports, books & honors, science, abbreviations, important days, national and international organizations.
This section will contain all topics of Maths covered in any class till graduation, the questions asked from number system, HCF/ LCM, simplification, decimal fractions, ratio & proportions, Unitary method, percentage, time & distance, time & work, profit & loss, average, simple & compound interest, mensuration, data interpretation.