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Indian railway is one of the state-owned enterprise which was founded on 16th April 1853 before independence of India from British Empire. It is completely operated by Ministry of Railway, Government of India. Railway of India is considered as one of the world’s largest railway network which has more than 115000 km of tracks and 71112 stations.

Railway Recruitment Board is one division of Indian Railway and considered as government organization in India. It was established around 17 year ago i.e. on 27th April, 1998. The main aim of board is to recruitment and selection of eligible staff for Railway of India. Advertisement released railway department bring great news for all those aspirant who were looking for technical and non-technical jobs in India.

Indian Railway Recruitment Board (RRB) 2016 Selection Procedure :

Preliminary Examination

Main Examination

Skill Test (Typing Test)

Aptitude Test

Document Verification

Medical Fitness Test

RRB Railway CEN 03/2015 Exam Pattern 2016:

Question paper is asked under the objective type questions.

There are total 100 question asked.

Time duration on this test will be 90 minutes.

Negative marking system is applicable in this written examination

Each wrong answer will be deducted 1/3 marks will be cut off.

Sr. No.

Name of Exam

Name of Subject

Marks

Time Duration

1

Written Test

General Knowledge

20

90 Minutes

2

Arithmetic Ability

25

3

General Intelligence

25

4

General Science

30

Total

100

 

RRB Common Preliminary (stage 1) Exam Pattern & Syllabus

The question paper will be in English, Hindi, Urdu and regional languages and the duration of the examination will be 90 minutes with approximately 100 questions.

General Awareness

Arithmetic

General Intelligence and

Reasoning

Topics Details

General Awareness and General Science

Indian Polity.

Indian Economic Scenario.

Current Affairs – International & National.

History & Culture of India.

Geography of India.

Indian Constitution.

Science & Technology.

Issues related to India and Neighbouring Countries etc.

Physics

Biology

Chemistry

Arithmetic

Profit and Loss.

Ratios and Proportions.

Problems on Ages.

Simple & Compound Interest.

Time and Distances.

Pipes & Cisterns.

Time and Work

Areas & Volumes

Data Interpretation etc.

General Intelligence and Reasoning

General Intelligence and reasoning

Space visualization.

Problem solving.

Relationship concepts.

Decision making.

Visual memory.

Arithmetical Number Series.

Similarities & Differences.

Verbal and Figure Classification.

Non-verbal series etc.

Post wise Selection Procedure

Preliminary Examination is common for all the posts.

Main (Second Stage) Exam and Document Verification are conducted for the posts of Commercial Apprentice, Traffic Apprentice, ECRC and Goods Guard.

Main (Second Stage) Exam, Typing Test / Skill Test and followed by Verification Of Documents are conducted for the posts of Jr Accounts Assistant Cum Typist and Sr Clerk Cum Typist.

Main (Second Stage) Exam, Aptitude Test and followed by Verification of Documents are conducted for the posts of Assistant Station Master and Traffic Assistant

Note 2: Candidates who qualify in the Preliminary (stage I) Exam will again have to apply separately for Main (second stage) Examinations.

Note 3:There shall be negative marking in written examinations and marks shall be deducted for each wrong answer @1/3 of the allotted marks for each question.


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SSC CGL Exam Pattern for Tier I & Tier II

As per the new pattern now SSC CGL Exam consists of the following features:

The exam is of Objective type i.e., it contains Multiple Choice Questions.

The Exam consists of 4 sections i.e., General Intelligence, General Awareness, Quantitative Ability, English, etc.

Duration of the exam is 2 Hours.

The exam is conducted for a total of 200 marks.

The exam consists of 200 Questions.

There is a negative marking of 0.5 for each wrong answer.

SSC CGL Tier 1 New Exam Pattern 

S.No

Subject

Questions

Marks

Duration

1

General Intelligence & Reasoning

50

50

 

 

75 minutes

2

General Awareness

50

50

3

Quantitative Aptitude

50

50

4

English

50

50

 

200

200

  

SSC CGL Tier 2 New Exam Pattern 

 

Exam

Part

Subject

Questions

Marks

Duration

Negative Marking

Written Test

I

Quantitative Ability

100

200

2 Hrs

0.50

II

English

200

200

2 Hrs

0.25

The SSC Board had introduced descriptive paper for the candidates those who qualified in the Tier II Exam.

 

Tier 

Mode Of Examination

Subject Name

Marks

Time

III

Pen and paper

Precise Writing

100

60 minutes

IV

DEST/CPT

  

SSC CGL Tier I Syllabus 

The SSC CGL Syllabus is given for each subject. The SSC Combined Graduate Level Syllabus is as follows:

SSC CGL Syllabus for General Intelligence & Reasoning

Analogies.

Similarities and Differences.

Space Visualization.

Spatial Orientation.

Problem Solving.

Analysis.

Judgement.

Decision Making.

Visual Memory.

Discrimination.

Observation.

Relationship Concepts.

Arithmetical Reasoning.

Figural Classification.

Arithmetic Number Series.

Non-Verbal Series.

Coding and Decoding.

Statement Conclusion etc.

SSC CGL  Syllabus for General Awareness

Current events – International, National, and Local.

Sports.

Science and Technology.

Personalities in News.

History – India.

Indian Polity.

Indian Economy.

Indian Constitution.

Geography – India etc.

SSC CGL Syllabus for Quantitative Aptitude

Number Systems.

Ratio and Proportion.

Decimals & Fractions.

Whole Numbers.

Surds.

Interest.

Fundamental Arithmetical Operations.

Percentage.

Mixtures & Allegations.

Algebra.

Trigonometry.

Average.

Profit & Loss.

Time and Distance.

Ratio and Time.

Discount.

Time & Work.

Mensuration etc.

SSC CGL  Syllabus for English

Verb.

Direct/Indirect Speech.

Error Correction.

Subject-Verb Agreement.

Transformation of Sentences.

Tenses.

Articles.

Adverb.

Active & Passive Voice.

Fill in the Blanks.

Vocabulary.

Sentence Rearrangement.

Grammar.

Idioms & Phrases.

Comprehension.

Synonyms.

Unseen Passages.

Antonyms etc.

  

Topics Details

General Awareness and General Science

Indian Polity.

Indian Economic Scenario.

Current Affairs – International & National.

History & Culture of India.

Geography of India.

Indian Constitution.

Science & Technology.

Issues related to India and Neighbouring Countries etc.

Physics

Biology

Chemistry

Arithmetic

Profit and Loss.

Ratios and Proportions.

Problems on Ages.

Simple & Compound Interest.

Time and Distances.

Pipes & Cisterns.

Time and Work

Areas & Volumes

Data Interpretation etc.

General Intelligence and Reasoning

General Intelligence and reasoning

Space visualization.

Problem solving.

Relationship concepts.

Decision making.

Visual memory.

Arithmetical Number Series.

Similarities & Differences.

Verbal and Figure Classification.

Non-verbal series etc.

Post wise Selection Procedure

Preliminary Examination is common for all the posts.

Main (Second Stage) Exam and Document Verification are conducted for the posts of Commercial Apprentice, Traffic Apprentice, ECRC and Goods Guard.

Main (Second Stage) Exam, Typing Test / Skill Test and followed by Verification Of Documents are conducted for the posts of Jr Accounts Assistant Cum Typist and Sr Clerk Cum Typist.

Main (Second Stage) Exam, Aptitude Test and followed by Verification of Documents are conducted for the posts of Assistant Station Master and Traffic Assistant

Note 2: Candidates who qualify in the Preliminary (stage I) Exam will again have to apply separately for Main (second stage) Examinations.

Note 3:  There shall be negative marking in written examinations and marks shall be deducted for each wrong answer @1/3 of the allotted marks for each question

 

The examination will be of 100 marks in total. The categorization of marks section wise is as follows-  1) General Awareness – 20 marks 2) Mathematics / Arithmetic – 25 marks 3) General Intelligence – 25 marks 4) Reasoning – 50 marks The examination will be “Online Exam Computer Based Test (CBT)” and total 90 minutes will be given to the applicants to solve it.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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