RRB ALP, Technician CBT 2nd stage Admit Card 2018: The Railway Recruitment Board (RRB) will release the RRB ALP, Technician 2nd stage exam 2018 admit cards today, January 17. Once the admit cards will be released, all the candidates can download the same from the regional websites of RRBs.
RRB ALP Technician CBT 2nd Stage Exam 2018:
The 2nd stage CBT is scheduled to be conducted from January 21 to January 23. The information regarding the exam city and date will be mentioned in the e-call letter.
RRB ALP Technician CBT 2nd Stage Admit Card 2018: How to download
- Go to the regional website of RRBs
- On the home page, click on ‘stage 2 computer-based test – exam city and date intimation’
- Enter all the required details in the space provided
- On submitting the same, the admit cards will be displayed on the screen
- Download and take print out of the same
Meanwhile, the results for the first stage CBT of ALP; Technician recruitment exam was announced in the month of November 2018. Around 1,19,110 candidates out of 1,61,332 gave the exam at 416 centres across 160 cities of the country.
The attendance is a record for all Railway Recruitment Board (RRB) exams since 2015 — both for offline as well as online tests.
Pay scale for selected candidates
Aspirants who will be selected in RRB Group C ALP, Technician CBT (first and second stage) will get a remuneration of Rs 19,900 (Level 2 of 7th CPC pay matrix) plus other allowances as admissible.
Posts and the vacancies
Total: 64,371 vacancies
- Assistant Loco Pilot: 27,795 vacancies
- Other technicians: 36,576 vacancies
For Group C:
- The selection will be done on the basis of a Computer-Based Test (CBT)
- The qualified ones will then have to undergo a Physical Efficiency Test (PET)
- Question papers will be provided in 15 different languages to ensure opportunities for candidates across India
- Those who have opted for ALP and qualified in the second stage CBT will have to undergo computer-based Aptitude Test (AT)
About India Railways:
One of the world’s largest railway networks, the Indian Railways, was first introduced in the year 1853. It has always been an integral part of lives across the country. Railways were first introduced to India in the year 1853 from Bombay to Thane.
By the year 1951, the different systems of the railways were nationalised as one unit, which became the Indian Railways.
In the year 2003, the Indian Railways was featured in the Guinness Book of World Records for offering the steepest rise in altitude in the space of 96 kilometres.