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    Details about recruitment in RRB?

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    can you give next recruitment in rrb(2011)
    Thanking you,

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    Re: Details about recruitment in RRB?

    Railway Recruitment Boards Entrance Exams
    There are various examination conducted by the Railway Recruitment Board, for every department and hence,
    the syllabus of each of the exam varies depending upon the department.
    Since you are pursuing B.Tech in Electrical Engineering, after completion of the course, you will be eligible to
    apply for the post of Section Engineer(Electronics).
    The syllabus for the written examination will comprise of objective type
    questions based on the following subject area:
    General Awareness
    Arithmetic
    General Intelligence and Reasoning
    Technical Ability for the post
    SELECTION PROCEDURE
    RRB calls for eligible applicants through "Employment News" (A publication of the Government of India).
    The employment notification is also published on the Internet web site. The applications are scrutinized
    for eligibility. Eligible candidates are called for a written examination with call letters being sent a month
    in advance of the date of the examination. Examinations are generally held in Allahabad; if no of
    candidates is very large exam may be held at Lucknow or other locations as necessary.
    If number of candidates is large, the candidates who qualify in the preliminary exam are called for the
    main written exam, and the merit list is prepared based entirely upon the result of the main exam. In
    most categories of jobs, there is no interview after the written examination. For a very few specific
    categories there is a viva after the written exam, while for certain other categories there is a skill test.
    For categories related to operational safety, there will be a psychological test.
    The application details furnished by successful candidates are verified and they are called for counselling
    and scrutiny of original documents. A panel of names is then recommended to zonal Railway / Production
    unit to the extent of vacancies. The candidates will be required to pass a medical examination before
    appointment.
    The results of selection at every stage will be made available
    on the Notice Board of RRB
    in "The Employment News" and various newspapers, both local & national
    through the Internet website
    to the successful candidates through registered post
    The selection process is based on merit and is subject to the rules and regulations issued by the Ministry
    of Railways (Railway Board), Government of India which includes reservation of jobs for certain
    castes/communities such as Scheduled Castes (SC), Scheduled Tribes (ST), Other Backward Communities
    (OBC), etc. Ex-servicemen are also entitled for reservation as per the rules.
    The entire computerized recruitment system functions impersonally without fear or favour. There is no
    scope for corruption, influence or discretion in this process. Candidates indulging in malpractices and
    unfair means are dealt with strictly.
    Appointments: Appointments are made by respective zonal Railways /Production units.
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    Average No of selections per year: 200 group ‘C’ staff.
    The overall policy guidelines for all Railway Recruitment Boards in India are laid down by Railway
    Recruitment Control Board, New Delhi.
    How to prepare for Railway Recruitment Boards
    Entrance Exams?
    Railway Recruitment Boards (RRB) Entrance Exams are carried out for screening candidates for the purpose
    of recruiting them to various positions available in the Railway Department of India. It is one of the
    Government sector undertakings offering numerous job openings for young talents with good academic
    qualifications. A rank list will be put up based of the marks scored in the entrance exam. Aspirants in the top of
    the list are most likely to get placed in this promising sector.
    Structure of RRB Entrance Exams
    The exam comprises of 4 sections including General Awareness, Analytical and Quantitative Skills, General
    Arithmetic and Language General Hindi/General English. Multiple choices will be provided for each question.
    There will be 120 questions for this test. The time allotted for this test will be 90 minutes.
    Syllabus of RRB Entrance Exams
    General Awareness
     Important Events
     Important Days
     Current Affairs
     Politics
     Sports
     Cinema
     Books and Authors
    Analytical and Quantitative Skills
     Data Interpretation
     Series problems
     Age problems
     Data Insufficiency
     Arrangement problems
    General Arithmetic
     HCF
     LCM
     Interest
     Time and Distance
     Profit and Loss
    Language General Hindi/General English
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     Vocabulary
     Comprehension
     Sentence correction
     Paragraph Rearrangement
    Reference Books for RRB Entrance Exams
     Encyclopedia of General Knowledge and General Awareness by Ravi Chopra
     Encyclopedia of General Knowledge and General Awareness by Verma
     Quantitative Aptitude by R S Aggarwal
     General English by Abul Hashem
     General English for Competitions by Ravi Chopra
     General English for Competitive Examinations by Gopalan R Rajagopalan
     Objective General Hindi by Dr S Pandey
     General Hindi 2,600 Objective Questions By G K Puri
    Study Plan for RRB Entrance Exams
    Aspirants who wish to get placed in Indian Railways have to clear RRB entrance exam with good marks as
    there will be very tight competition to get into this organisation.
    The aspirants should be ready with a proper study plan well before the commencement of this entrance test.
    They are advised to refer standard text books that will enable them to clear this exam with good marks. Good
    coaching centers are also available which will provide good assistance for clearing this exam.
    The aspirants should be careful enough to cover up the entire core areas included in the test. They should
    practice similar questions by giving importance to time management. Books comprising previous question
    papers and solutions will be available in almost all book shops. They should refer such books as early as
    possible and get an overall idea about the pattern of the test. They will also get idea about the important and
    repeated questions while referring these books.
    Re: What is the mains syllabus of Railway group D written exam?
    FRIEND,
    RAILWAY exams are conducted by RAILWAY RECRUITMENT BOARD and the exam is conducted for the exams of Class
    I,II,III officers.
    THE LIST OF EXAMS CONDUCTED FOR INDIAN RAILWAYS JOB ARE:
     Special Class Railway Apprenctices’ Examination.
     Railway Officers Examination
     Indian Railway Traffic Service (IRTS)
     Indian Railways Accounts Service (IRAS)
     Indian Railway Service of Engineers (IRSE)
     Indian Railway Service of Electrical Engineers (IRSEE)
     Indian Railway Services of Signal Engineers (IRSSE)
     Indian Railway Store Service (IRSS)
     RPF Sub-Inspectors / Constables Examination
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    The Syllabus for the GROUP D EXAMS IS:
    General Knowledge/Awareness
     Indian History
     Geography
     Indian Economy
     Indian Polity
     Miscellaneous Facts
     Figures
    General Science
     Physics
     Chemistry
     Biology
     Model Questions
     Computers
    Reasoning
    Verbal Reasoning
     Coding-Decoding
     Analogy
     Classification
     Series
     Word Formation
     Ranking Test
     Direction Sense Test
     Blood Relation
     Inserting the Missing Character
     Time Test
     Venn Diagrams
    Non-Verbal Reasoning
     Series Completion
     Analogy
     Classification
    Mathematics
     Number System
     Square and Square Root
     Cube and Cube Root
     HCF and LCM
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     Indices and Surds
     Decimal Fraction and Simplification
     Theory of Equations
     Percentage
     Ratio and Proportion
     Average
     Profit and Loss
     Simple and Compound Interest
     Statistics
     Time and Work
     Unitary Method
     Pipes and Cisterns
     Time and Distance
     Mensuration
    Syllabus For Railway Group D Written Exam:
    General English:
    >>Questions on General English are designed to test that correct usage of prepositions, words and
    phrases.
    Mathematics:
    >>Questions on Mathematics are designed to test accuracy in rapidity in working. These will mostly be
    questions in Arithmetic.
    General Knowledge:
    >>you are expected to possess a broad knowledge of current events and matters of general interest,
    particularly relating to India, including Indian Railways.
    General Intelligence:
    >> The questions are designed to test power of reasoning and his ability to draw conclusions.
    Scheme of Examination for Technical Categories:
    >>All applications are received in time and considered eligible will be called for written test of objective
    type in conformity with educational standards and technical qualifications prescribed for the post,
    including English and or Hindi, Mathematics, General Knowledge and General Intelligence (as in the
    case of Non-Technical categories).
    >>The questions in Technical Ability are designed to check your technical ability from various
    Engineering aspects: Civil, Mechanical, Electrical, etc.
    Required Certificates:
    >>All academic certificates and date of birth proof.
    >>Caste certificate in case of SC/ST/OBC .
    >>Latest caste certificate and the certificate enclosed along with the application in respect of OBC
    candidates.
    >>NOC in case of departmental candidates
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    >>Discharge certificate in case of EXS
    All RRBs have state of art websites where following information is promptly available:
    >>Recruitment procedures
    >>Examination schedules
    >>Standard application form
    >>Standard format for caste certificate
    >>New Notification
    >>On line registration and application
    >>On line examination demo
    >>Results
    >>Status of Notification
    >>List of in eligible applicants
    *The selection process is based on merit and is subject to the rules and regulations issued by the
    Ministry of Railways (Railway Board), Government of India which includes reservation of jobs for
    certain castes/communities such as Scheduled Castes (SC), Scheduled Tribes (ST), Other Backward
    Communities (OBC), etc.
    *Ex-servicemen are also entitled for reservation as per the rules.
    State Wise RBI Assistant Vacancies:
    Age Limit (as on March 01, 2012):
    18 to 28 years
    Educational Qualification:
    At least a Bachelor’s Degree in any discipline with a minimum of 50% marks (pass class for SC/ST/PWD
    candidates) in the aggregate and the knowledge of word processing on PC.
    RBI Assistant Recruitment Syllabus:
    RBI Selection will be through a Written Examinations and Interview. The details of scheme and pattern of the
    test are given below:
    Marks: 200
    Type: Objective type
    Topics of Objective Type Tests:
    There will be five sections in the test, each carrying 40 marks.
    (i) Test of Reasoning
    (ii) Test of English Language
    (iii) Test of Numerical Ability
    (iv) Test of General Awareness
    (v) Test of Computer Knowledge
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    Educational Qualifications for Railway Recruitment Board Allahabad Exam
    Cat
    No.
    Post Educational Qualification
    1 SE Bridge/ P WAY Degree in Civil Engineering from a recognized university/institution.
    2 SE-Telecom Degree in Electrical /Electronics /Telecommunication Engineering. or
    MSCElectronics from a recognized university/institution.
    3 SE-Elect Gen Degree in Electrical/Electronics Engineering. from a recognized
    university/institution.
    4 SE/Sig Degree in Electrical/Electronics /Tele Communication Engineering from a
    recognized university/institution.
    5 SE-(Mech) C&W Degree in Mechanical Engineering from a recognized university/institution.
    6 SE-(C&W) Degree in Electrical /Mechanical Engineering from a recognized
    university/institution.
    7 JE-II Bridge/
    P Way/Works/Drawing
    Diploma in Civil Engineering from a recognized university/institution.
    8 JE-II Elect/Gen Diploma in Electrical Engineering from a recognized university/Institution.
    9 JE-II (DSL elect) Diploma in Mechanical / Electrical / Electronics Engineering from recognized
    university/Institution.
    10 JE-II(CW Diploma in Mechanical / Electrical Engineering from a recognized
    university/institution.
    11 JE-II Tele/Sig Diploma in Electrical/Electronics/TelecommunicationEngineering or equivalent
    recognized by AICTE.
    12 DMS-III 3 Years Diploma in any discpline from a recognized university/Institution.
    13 Traffic Apprentice A University degree or its equivalent. Diploma in Rail Transport and
    Management from the institute ofRail Transport will be an additional desirable
    qualification
    14 SeniorClerk Cum
    Typist
    Graduate with Typing speed 25 wpm in Hindi or 30 wpm in English.
    15 Junior Clerk Cum
    Typist
    Matric with Typing speed 25 wpm in Hindi or 30 wpm in English
    16 Ticket Examiner Matric with 50% The condition of 50 % in aggregate in Matriculation is not
    applicable for candidates having qualification higher thanmatriculation and also
    to those candidates belonging to SC/ST/EX-Servicemen.
    17 Steno Hindi Matric or equivalent + 80 Words per Minutes Dictation duration 10 minutes,
    Transcription time 75 minutes.
    18 Assistant Station
    Master
    A University Degree or its equivalent. Diplomain Rail Transport and
    Management from the institute of Rail Transport will be an additional desirable
    qualification.
    19 Goods Guard Graduation or equivalent from a recognized university/Institution.
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    20 Commun-ication Clerk Matric with 50% The condition of 50 % in aggregate inMatriculation is not
    applicable for candidates having qualification higher than matriculation and
    also to those candidates belonging to SC/ST/ EX-Servicemen.
    21 EnquiryCum
    Reservation Clerk
    Graduation or equivalent from a recognized university/Institution.
    22 Tech-II ESM/SM A Pass in 1st Year of theB.Sc. (Physics), or Pass in 10+2 in Maths and Physics
    or equivalent and as casual ESM for 2 year in STDepartment. (Rly.)
    23 Assistant Loco Pilot Passed High School with ITI/Act appt. in any of following trades Fitter,
    electrician, instrument Mechanic, Mill Wright / Maintenance Mechanic,
    Mechanic Radio TV, Electronic Mechanic, Mechanic Motor Vehicle, Wireman,
    Tractor Mechanic, Armature Coil winder, Diesel Mechanic/Heat Engine,
    Turner, Mechanist,Refrigeration AC Mechanic or 3 years Diploma in
    Mechanical/Electrical/Electronics/AutomobileEngineering
    24 Tech-III (Mechanical)
    CW/DSL
    Matric + ITI / Act Apprentice in Filter Trade.
    25 Tech-III Skilled (OSM
    Group)/ERTR Group
    Matric + ITI / Act Apprentice in Elect. Trade.
    26 Tech-III Skilled
    wireman (Elect
    Maint)OSM Group
    Matric + ITI /Act Apprentice in Elect Wire Man or Electrician Trade.
    27 Tech-III Skilled Fitter
    OSM Group
    Matric + ITI/Act Apprentice in Elect Fitter Trade.
    28 Tech-III ESM/TCM Matriculation and (1) ITI Certificate in Electrical/Radio/wireless/TV Trade and
    oe year experience as casual TCM/WM in ST Department. or (2) Must be
    casual TCM/WM for 3 Years in ST Department. (3) A pass 10+2 stage in
    higher secondary i.e. with Maths and Physics or equivalent.
    29 Tech-III (TC) DSL Matric + ITI / Act Apprentice in Electrician/ Electric Fitter Trade.
    30 Switch Man Matric or its equivalent.
    31 Horticulture insp. B.Sc (Agriculture) with Horticulture as onesubject.Post Graduation with
    Horticulture having experience in Govt./Semi govt. organisation in land
    scaping, ornamental gardening and maintenance of Nurseries Gardens will be
    preferred.
    Are you looking for latest vacancies in Railway in 2012. RRB has issued 6449 vacancies for Senior Senior Section
    Engineer, Junior Engineer and other jobs in various railway recruitment board. It’s a big recruitment for this year and if
    you wants to know railway recruitment board vacancies 2012 detailed information like vacancy details, age limit, salary,
    RRB exam 2012 and other important information are given below:
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    Important dates to remember
    Last date for application form submission: 9th April, 2012 till 17:30 hrs now 24th April, 2012
    RRB exam 2012 date for Engineering jobs is on: 9th September, 2012
    RRB vacancies 2012 details (no of jobs, salary, eligibility details)
    RRB Senior Section Engineers Vacancies 2012
    Total one hundred eight four (equal to 1084) posts
    Salary: Selected candidates will get salary under pay band Rs. 9300 – 34800/- plus GP 4600/-
    Age Limit: For Sr. Section Engineers positions age limit is 20 years to 35 years
    Educational qualification: Graduation degree in relevant stream
    RRB Junior Engineer posts Vacancies 2012
    Total Four thousand three hundred and four (equal to 4304) posts
    Salary: Selected candidates will get salary under pay band Rs. 9300 – 34800/- plus GP 4600/-
    Age Limit: For Sr. Section Engineers positions age limit is 18 years to 33 years
    Educational qualification: Diploma in relevant stream
    RRB Senior P-Way Supervisor Vacancies 2012
    Total One hundred and sixty (equal to 160) posts
    Salary: Selected candidates will get salary under pay band Rs. 9400 – 34800/- plus GP 4200/-
    Age Limit: For Sr. Section Engineers positions age limit is 18 years to 33 years
    Educational qualification: Diploma in civil engineering.
    RRB Chief Depot Material Superindent Vacancies 2012
    Total Thirty Seven (equal to 37) posts
    Salary: Selected candidates will get salary under pay band Rs. 9300 – 34800/- plus GP 4600/-
    Age Limit: For Sr. Section Engineers positions age limit is 18 years to 35 years
    Educational qualification: Graduation in Engineering in any stream can apply
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    RRB Depot Material Superindent Vacancies 2012
    Total Sixty five (equal to 65) posts
    Salary: Selected candidates will get salary under pay band Rs. 9300 – 34800/- plus GP 4200/-
    Age Limit: For Sr. Section Engineers positions age limit is 18 years to 33 years
    Educational qualification: - Diploma in Engineering in any stream can apply
    RRB examination 2012 for engineers syllabus, selection procedure and more
    Railway recruitment board will conduct written examination for shortlisted candidates (according to merit). Candidates
    have to verified their original certificate.
    For engineering position written test will be of objective type which will be conducted two hours which has one
    hundred and fifty questions. There is 1/3 negative marks for any wrong answer.
    Application fee, How to apply and more information
    Application fees: The candidates belongs to schedule caste, schedule tribe, Ex-Servicemen, Physically handicapped,
    Women candidates, economically backward candidates who have less than fifty thousand as annual income not need
    pay any application fees. Rest of the other candidates have to pay sixtyfor each application through Demand Draft / IPO
    drawn in favour of "Assistant Secretary, or Deputy Secretary or Secretary or Member Secretary or Chairman of Railway
    Recruitment Board concerned.
    How to apply: Only prescribed application form will be accept by RRB. Caniddates may fill the form cleanly and
    correctly. No correction after receipt of application form. the premises of the concerned RRB offices till last date by
    post to the concerned RRB.
    Candidates can also apply online mode for this please visit official website of concerned RRB and fill in the details and
    apply for the same.
    Non Technical Cadre Examination (Non Tech Cdr Exam)
    Railway Recruitment Boards conducts a Civil Services examination for the recruitment of the non-technical
    categories in Grade C services, i.e., Clerks, Assistant Station Masters, Ticket Collectors, Train Clerks, etc.
    Railway Examinations
    Indian Railway Examinations :::
    The Indian railways are broadly divided and sub-divided into zones, divisions and departments, each
    controlling a particular function. Every division has a certain number of technical and non-technical
    departments, which form the base structure on which the railways function. Technical departments include
    civil, technical and mechanical engineering, signalling and telecom, and several others dealing with similar
    disciplines, while the non-technical departments include general services such as accounts, personnel
    management, Railway protection Force (RPF) or security and traffic services, among others. Each department
    has staff at various levels. The highest are the Group A officers, while the lowest in rank are the Group D staff
    members.
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    Group A
    UPSC - Group A officers are recruited by UPSC
    Civil Service Examination - Indian Railway Traffic Service (IRTS) and the Indian Railways Accounts Service
    (IRAS)
    Combined Engineering Service - Indian Railway Service of Engineers (IRSE), Indian Railway Service of Electrical
    Engineers (IRSEE), Indian Railway Services of Signal Engineers (IRSSE) and Indian Railway Store Service (IRSS)
    Group B
    Group B officers are directly promoted from Group C.
    Group C
    Group C officers are recruited through the Railway Recruitment Board (RRB). The 19 Railway Recruitment
    Boards (RRBs) have been functioning as prime recruiting agencies for all Zonal Railways, Production Units and
    other extra Zonal units of the Indian Railways. Each Railway Recruitment Board is catering to the recruitment
    needs of the specified jurisdiction on the Railways. However, there is no regional or linguistic distinction for
    recruitment to any post as far as eligibility of the candidates is concerned. Any citizen of India fulfilling the
    recruitment criteria can compete for any post without any regional or linguistic limitations. The Group C posts
    include assistant station masters, drivers, motormen, guards, signal and mechanical inspectors. Here again,
    staff are divided into technical and non-technical staff.
    Group Category Method of Selection
    Group I
    Safety category posts, for which
    psychological test has been prescribed, like
    ASM, SM, Asst. driver (Electric/diesel)
    Single written examination followed by
    Psychological test (No interview)
    Group II Non Technical Popular Categories (NTPC)
    Two stage written examination (No
    Interview)
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    1. Under-Graduate categories like Junior
    clerk, account Clerk, ticket Collector,
    Commercial Clerk.
    2. Graduate categories like senior Clerk,
    Junior accounts Assistant, Commercial App.
    Traffic App. ECRC etc.
    Group III 1. Apprentice Mechanic
    Single written examination (No
    interview)
    2. Asstt. Shop Supdt.
    3. Jr. Engineer
    4. Selection Engineer
    5. P. way Mistrieddds (PWM)
    6. Draftsman
    7. Cheif draftsman
    8. JCMA
    9. CMA
    10. Staff nurse
    11. Health/malaria inspector
    12. Pharmacists
    13. Raiogapher
    14. Lab Astt./Lab Supdt.
    15. dietician
    16. Catering supervisor - III
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    17. Caterng supervisor- II
    18. DSK - III
    19. Finger Print examiner
    20. Artisans
    Group IV 1. Law Asistant
    Single written examination followed by
    interview
    2. Techers
    3. Physiotherapist
    4. Telephone Operator
    Group V Hindi Asstt.
    Single written examinaton plus qualiying
    translaion test with minimum of 90%
    marks. (No Interview)
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    Special Class Railway Apprentices (SCRA)
    Examination 2012 Conducted by Union Public Service Commission
    (UPSC), New Delhi
    Physical Science
    Physics: Units, Measurement and Dimensions; Scalars and Vectors; Motion in 1-2-3 Dimensions and Projectile
    Motion; Newton’s Laws of Motion and Friction; Circular Motion; Work, Energy and Power; Centre of Mass,
    Momentum and Collision; Rotational Motion of Rigid Body; Gravitation; Simple Harmonic Motion; Fluid
    Mechanics; Elasticity; Waves Motion; Sound Wave; Heat, Temperature and Calorimetry; Physics for Gaseous
    State; Laws of Thermodynamics; Transmission; Ray Optics; Waves Optics; Electric Charge; Gauss’s Law and
    Electric Potential; Electric Capacitor; Current Electricity; Magnetic Field; Magnetostatics; Electromagnetic
    Induction; Alternating Current and Electromagnetic Waves; Cathode Rays, Photoelectric Effect of Light and Xrays;
    Atomic Structure; Nucleus; Semiconductor Devices; Universe
    Chemistry: Atomic Structure; Mole Concept; States of Matter; Chemical Thermodynamics; Chemical and Ionic
    Equilibria; Chemical Kinetics; Solution; Adsorption and Colloidal System; Redox Reactions; Electro Chemistry;
    Nuclear Chemistry; Chemical Bonding; Periodic Properties; Lighter Metals; Chemistry of Heavier Metals; Coordination
    Compounds and Organometallics; Non-metals-I; Non-metals-II; Metallurgy; Qualitative Analysis;
    General Organic Chemistry; Purification and Organic Analysis; Hydrocarbons; Halogen Derivatives; Alcohol,
    Ether and Phenol; Carbonyl Compounds; Carboxylic Acid and Derivatives; Nitrogen Containing Compounds;
    Polymers, Biomolecules, Chemistry in Action
    Mathematics: Sets, Relations and Functions; Complex Number; Quadratic Equation; Sequences and Series;
    Permutations and Combinations; Binomial Theorem and Mathematics Induction; Determinant; Exponential
    and Logarithmic Series; Matrices; Functions, Limits, Continuity and Differentiability; Differential Coefficients;
    Application of Derivatives; Indefinite Integral; Definite Integral; Differential Equations; Rectangular Coordinates,
    The Straight Line, Family of Lines; The Circle; Conic Sections; Trigonometry; Vectors; Three
    Dimensional Geometry; Computing; Numerical Methods; Linear Programming; Statistics; Probability
    General Ability Test: Group; Miscellaneous; English; General Ability Test; Reasoning

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    Re: Details about recruitment in RRB?

    Railway Recruitment Boards Entrance Exams
    There are various examination conducted by the Railway Recruitment Board, for every department and hence,
    the syllabus of each of the exam varies depending upon the department.
    Since you are pursuing B.Tech in Electrical Engineering, after completion of the course, you will be eligible to
    apply for the post of Section Engineer(Electronics).
    The syllabus for the written examination will comprise of objective type
    questions based on the following subject area:
    General Awareness
    Arithmetic
    General Intelligence and Reasoning
    Technical Ability for the post
    SELECTION PROCEDURE
    RRB calls for eligible applicants through "Employment News" (A publication of the Government of India).
    The employment notification is also published on the Internet web site. The applications are scrutinized
    for eligibility. Eligible candidates are called for a written examination with call letters being sent a month
    in advance of the date of the examination. Examinations are generally held in Allahabad; if no of
    candidates is very large exam may be held at Lucknow or other locations as necessary.
    If number of candidates is large, the candidates who qualify in the preliminary exam are called for the
    main written exam, and the merit list is prepared based entirely upon the result of the main exam. In
    most categories of jobs, there is no interview after the written examination. For a very few specific
    categories there is a viva after the written exam, while for certain other categories there is a skill test.
    For categories related to operational safety, there will be a psychological test.
    The application details furnished by successful candidates are verified and they are called for counselling
    and scrutiny of original documents. A panel of names is then recommended to zonal Railway / Production
    unit to the extent of vacancies. The candidates will be required to pass a medical examination before
    appointment.
    The results of selection at every stage will be made available
    on the Notice Board of RRB
    in "The Employment News" and various newspapers, both local & national
    through the Internet website
    to the successful candidates through registered post
    The selection process is based on merit and is subject to the rules and regulations issued by the Ministry
    of Railways (Railway Board), Government of India which includes reservation of jobs for certain
    castes/communities such as Scheduled Castes (SC), Scheduled Tribes (ST), Other Backward Communities
    (OBC), etc. Ex-servicemen are also entitled for reservation as per the rules.
    The entire computerized recruitment system functions impersonally without fear or favour. There is no
    scope for corruption, influence or discretion in this process. Candidates indulging in malpractices and
    unfair means are dealt with strictly.
    Appointments: Appointments are made by respective zonal Railways /Production units.
    2
    Average No of selections per year: 200 group ‘C’ staff.
    The overall policy guidelines for all Railway Recruitment Boards in India are laid down by Railway
    Recruitment Control Board, New Delhi.
    How to prepare for Railway Recruitment Boards
    Entrance Exams?
    Railway Recruitment Boards (RRB) Entrance Exams are carried out for screening candidates for the purpose
    of recruiting them to various positions available in the Railway Department of India. It is one of the
    Government sector undertakings offering numerous job openings for young talents with good academic
    qualifications. A rank list will be put up based of the marks scored in the entrance exam. Aspirants in the top of
    the list are most likely to get placed in this promising sector.
    Structure of RRB Entrance Exams
    The exam comprises of 4 sections including General Awareness, Analytical and Quantitative Skills, General
    Arithmetic and Language General Hindi/General English. Multiple choices will be provided for each question.
    There will be 120 questions for this test. The time allotted for this test will be 90 minutes.
    Syllabus of RRB Entrance Exams
    General Awareness
     Important Events
     Important Days
     Current Affairs
     Politics
     Sports
     Cinema
     Books and Authors
    Analytical and Quantitative Skills
     Data Interpretation
     Series problems
     Age problems
     Data Insufficiency
     Arrangement problems
    General Arithmetic
     HCF
     LCM
     Interest
     Time and Distance
     Profit and Loss
    Language General Hindi/General English
    3
     Vocabulary
     Comprehension
     Sentence correction
     Paragraph Rearrangement
    Reference Books for RRB Entrance Exams
     Encyclopedia of General Knowledge and General Awareness by Ravi Chopra
     Encyclopedia of General Knowledge and General Awareness by Verma
     Quantitative Aptitude by R S Aggarwal
     General English by Abul Hashem
     General English for Competitions by Ravi Chopra
     General English for Competitive Examinations by Gopalan R Rajagopalan
     Objective General Hindi by Dr S Pandey
     General Hindi 2,600 Objective Questions By G K Puri
    Study Plan for RRB Entrance Exams
    Aspirants who wish to get placed in Indian Railways have to clear RRB entrance exam with good marks as
    there will be very tight competition to get into this organisation.
    The aspirants should be ready with a proper study plan well before the commencement of this entrance test.
    They are advised to refer standard text books that will enable them to clear this exam with good marks. Good
    coaching centers are also available which will provide good assistance for clearing this exam.
    The aspirants should be careful enough to cover up the entire core areas included in the test. They should
    practice similar questions by giving importance to time management. Books comprising previous question
    papers and solutions will be available in almost all book shops. They should refer such books as early as
    possible and get an overall idea about the pattern of the test. They will also get idea about the important and
    repeated questions while referring these books.
    Re: What is the mains syllabus of Railway group D written exam?
    FRIEND,
    RAILWAY exams are conducted by RAILWAY RECRUITMENT BOARD and the exam is conducted for the exams of Class
    I,II,III officers.
    THE LIST OF EXAMS CONDUCTED FOR INDIAN RAILWAYS JOB ARE:
     Special Class Railway Apprenctices’ Examination.
     Railway Officers Examination
     Indian Railway Traffic Service (IRTS)
     Indian Railways Accounts Service (IRAS)
     Indian Railway Service of Engineers (IRSE)
     Indian Railway Service of Electrical Engineers (IRSEE)
     Indian Railway Services of Signal Engineers (IRSSE)
     Indian Railway Store Service (IRSS)
     RPF Sub-Inspectors / Constables Examination
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    The Syllabus for the GROUP D EXAMS IS:
    General Knowledge/Awareness
     Indian History
     Geography
     Indian Economy
     Indian Polity
     Miscellaneous Facts
     Figures
    General Science
     Physics
     Chemistry
     Biology
     Model Questions
     Computers
    Reasoning
    Verbal Reasoning
     Coding-Decoding
     Analogy
     Classification
     Series
     Word Formation
     Ranking Test
     Direction Sense Test
     Blood Relation
     Inserting the Missing Character
     Time Test
     Venn Diagrams
    Non-Verbal Reasoning
     Series Completion
     Analogy
     Classification
    Mathematics
     Number System
     Square and Square Root
     Cube and Cube Root
     HCF and LCM
    5
     Indices and Surds
     Decimal Fraction and Simplification
     Theory of Equations
     Percentage
     Ratio and Proportion
     Average
     Profit and Loss
     Simple and Compound Interest
     Statistics
     Time and Work
     Unitary Method
     Pipes and Cisterns
     Time and Distance
     Mensuration
    Syllabus For Railway Group D Written Exam:
    General English:
    >>Questions on General English are designed to test that correct usage of prepositions, words and
    phrases.
    Mathematics:
    >>Questions on Mathematics are designed to test accuracy in rapidity in working. These will mostly be
    questions in Arithmetic.
    General Knowledge:
    >>you are expected to possess a broad knowledge of current events and matters of general interest,
    particularly relating to India, including Indian Railways.
    General Intelligence:
    >> The questions are designed to test power of reasoning and his ability to draw conclusions.
    Scheme of Examination for Technical Categories:
    >>All applications are received in time and considered eligible will be called for written test of objective
    type in conformity with educational standards and technical qualifications prescribed for the post,
    including English and or Hindi, Mathematics, General Knowledge and General Intelligence (as in the
    case of Non-Technical categories).
    >>The questions in Technical Ability are designed to check your technical ability from various
    Engineering aspects: Civil, Mechanical, Electrical, etc.
    Required Certificates:
    >>All academic certificates and date of birth proof.
    >>Caste certificate in case of SC/ST/OBC .
    >>Latest caste certificate and the certificate enclosed along with the application in respect of OBC
    candidates.
    >>NOC in case of departmental candidates
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    >>Discharge certificate in case of EXS
    All RRBs have state of art websites where following information is promptly available:
    >>Recruitment procedures
    >>Examination schedules
    >>Standard application form
    >>Standard format for caste certificate
    >>New Notification
    >>On line registration and application
    >>On line examination demo
    >>Results
    >>Status of Notification
    >>List of in eligible applicants
    *The selection process is based on merit and is subject to the rules and regulations issued by the
    Ministry of Railways (Railway Board), Government of India which includes reservation of jobs for
    certain castes/communities such as Scheduled Castes (SC), Scheduled Tribes (ST), Other Backward
    Communities (OBC), etc.
    *Ex-servicemen are also entitled for reservation as per the rules.
    State Wise RBI Assistant Vacancies:
    Age Limit (as on March 01, 2012):
    18 to 28 years
    Educational Qualification:
    At least a Bachelor’s Degree in any discipline with a minimum of 50% marks (pass class for SC/ST/PWD
    candidates) in the aggregate and the knowledge of word processing on PC.
    RBI Assistant Recruitment Syllabus:
    RBI Selection will be through a Written Examinations and Interview. The details of scheme and pattern of the
    test are given below:
    Marks: 200
    Type: Objective type
    Topics of Objective Type Tests:
    There will be five sections in the test, each carrying 40 marks.
    (i) Test of Reasoning
    (ii) Test of English Language
    (iii) Test of Numerical Ability
    (iv) Test of General Awareness
    (v) Test of Computer Knowledge
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    Educational Qualifications for Railway Recruitment Board Allahabad Exam
    Cat
    No.
    Post Educational Qualification
    1 SE Bridge/ P WAY Degree in Civil Engineering from a recognized university/institution.
    2 SE-Telecom Degree in Electrical /Electronics /Telecommunication Engineering. or
    MSCElectronics from a recognized university/institution.
    3 SE-Elect Gen Degree in Electrical/Electronics Engineering. from a recognized
    university/institution.
    4 SE/Sig Degree in Electrical/Electronics /Tele Communication Engineering from a
    recognized university/institution.
    5 SE-(Mech) C&W Degree in Mechanical Engineering from a recognized university/institution.
    6 SE-(C&W) Degree in Electrical /Mechanical Engineering from a recognized
    university/institution.
    7 JE-II Bridge/
    P Way/Works/Drawing
    Diploma in Civil Engineering from a recognized university/institution.
    8 JE-II Elect/Gen Diploma in Electrical Engineering from a recognized university/Institution.
    9 JE-II (DSL elect) Diploma in Mechanical / Electrical / Electronics Engineering from recognized
    university/Institution.
    10 JE-II(CW Diploma in Mechanical / Electrical Engineering from a recognized
    university/institution.
    11 JE-II Tele/Sig Diploma in Electrical/Electronics/TelecommunicationEngineering or equivalent
    recognized by AICTE.
    12 DMS-III 3 Years Diploma in any discpline from a recognized university/Institution.
    13 Traffic Apprentice A University degree or its equivalent. Diploma in Rail Transport and
    Management from the institute ofRail Transport will be an additional desirable
    qualification
    14 SeniorClerk Cum
    Typist
    Graduate with Typing speed 25 wpm in Hindi or 30 wpm in English.
    15 Junior Clerk Cum
    Typist
    Matric with Typing speed 25 wpm in Hindi or 30 wpm in English
    16 Ticket Examiner Matric with 50% The condition of 50 % in aggregate in Matriculation is not
    applicable for candidates having qualification higher thanmatriculation and also
    to those candidates belonging to SC/ST/EX-Servicemen.
    17 Steno Hindi Matric or equivalent + 80 Words per Minutes Dictation duration 10 minutes,
    Transcription time 75 minutes.
    18 Assistant Station
    Master
    A University Degree or its equivalent. Diplomain Rail Transport and
    Management from the institute of Rail Transport will be an additional desirable
    qualification.
    19 Goods Guard Graduation or equivalent from a recognized university/Institution.
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    20 Commun-ication Clerk Matric with 50% The condition of 50 % in aggregate inMatriculation is not
    applicable for candidates having qualification higher than matriculation and
    also to those candidates belonging to SC/ST/ EX-Servicemen.
    21 EnquiryCum
    Reservation Clerk
    Graduation or equivalent from a recognized university/Institution.
    22 Tech-II ESM/SM A Pass in 1st Year of theB.Sc. (Physics), or Pass in 10+2 in Maths and Physics
    or equivalent and as casual ESM for 2 year in STDepartment. (Rly.)
    23 Assistant Loco Pilot Passed High School with ITI/Act appt. in any of following trades Fitter,
    electrician, instrument Mechanic, Mill Wright / Maintenance Mechanic,
    Mechanic Radio TV, Electronic Mechanic, Mechanic Motor Vehicle, Wireman,
    Tractor Mechanic, Armature Coil winder, Diesel Mechanic/Heat Engine,
    Turner, Mechanist,Refrigeration AC Mechanic or 3 years Diploma in
    Mechanical/Electrical/Electronics/AutomobileEngineering
    24 Tech-III (Mechanical)
    CW/DSL
    Matric + ITI / Act Apprentice in Filter Trade.
    25 Tech-III Skilled (OSM
    Group)/ERTR Group
    Matric + ITI / Act Apprentice in Elect. Trade.
    26 Tech-III Skilled
    wireman (Elect
    Maint)OSM Group
    Matric + ITI /Act Apprentice in Elect Wire Man or Electrician Trade.
    27 Tech-III Skilled Fitter
    OSM Group
    Matric + ITI/Act Apprentice in Elect Fitter Trade.
    28 Tech-III ESM/TCM Matriculation and (1) ITI Certificate in Electrical/Radio/wireless/TV Trade and
    oe year experience as casual TCM/WM in ST Department. or (2) Must be
    casual TCM/WM for 3 Years in ST Department. (3) A pass 10+2 stage in
    higher secondary i.e. with Maths and Physics or equivalent.
    29 Tech-III (TC) DSL Matric + ITI / Act Apprentice in Electrician/ Electric Fitter Trade.
    30 Switch Man Matric or its equivalent.
    31 Horticulture insp. B.Sc (Agriculture) with Horticulture as onesubject.Post Graduation with
    Horticulture having experience in Govt./Semi govt. organisation in land
    scaping, ornamental gardening and maintenance of Nurseries Gardens will be
    preferred.
    Are you looking for latest vacancies in Railway in 2012. RRB has issued 6449 vacancies for Senior Senior Section
    Engineer, Junior Engineer and other jobs in various railway recruitment board. It’s a big recruitment for this year and if
    you wants to know railway recruitment board vacancies 2012 detailed information like vacancy details, age limit, salary,
    RRB exam 2012 and other important information are given below:
    9
    Important dates to remember
    Last date for application form submission: 9th April, 2012 till 17:30 hrs now 24th April, 2012
    RRB exam 2012 date for Engineering jobs is on: 9th September, 2012
    RRB vacancies 2012 details (no of jobs, salary, eligibility details)
    RRB Senior Section Engineers Vacancies 2012
    Total one hundred eight four (equal to 1084) posts
    Salary: Selected candidates will get salary under pay band Rs. 9300 – 34800/- plus GP 4600/-
    Age Limit: For Sr. Section Engineers positions age limit is 20 years to 35 years
    Educational qualification: Graduation degree in relevant stream
    RRB Junior Engineer posts Vacancies 2012
    Total Four thousand three hundred and four (equal to 4304) posts
    Salary: Selected candidates will get salary under pay band Rs. 9300 – 34800/- plus GP 4600/-
    Age Limit: For Sr. Section Engineers positions age limit is 18 years to 33 years
    Educational qualification: Diploma in relevant stream
    RRB Senior P-Way Supervisor Vacancies 2012
    Total One hundred and sixty (equal to 160) posts
    Salary: Selected candidates will get salary under pay band Rs. 9400 – 34800/- plus GP 4200/-
    Age Limit: For Sr. Section Engineers positions age limit is 18 years to 33 years
    Educational qualification: Diploma in civil engineering.
    RRB Chief Depot Material Superindent Vacancies 2012
    Total Thirty Seven (equal to 37) posts
    Salary: Selected candidates will get salary under pay band Rs. 9300 – 34800/- plus GP 4600/-
    Age Limit: For Sr. Section Engineers positions age limit is 18 years to 35 years
    Educational qualification: Graduation in Engineering in any stream can apply
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    RRB Depot Material Superindent Vacancies 2012
    Total Sixty five (equal to 65) posts
    Salary: Selected candidates will get salary under pay band Rs. 9300 – 34800/- plus GP 4200/-
    Age Limit: For Sr. Section Engineers positions age limit is 18 years to 33 years
    Educational qualification: - Diploma in Engineering in any stream can apply
    RRB examination 2012 for engineers syllabus, selection procedure and more
    Railway recruitment board will conduct written examination for shortlisted candidates (according to merit). Candidates
    have to verified their original certificate.
    For engineering position written test will be of objective type which will be conducted two hours which has one
    hundred and fifty questions. There is 1/3 negative marks for any wrong answer.
    Application fee, How to apply and more information
    Application fees: The candidates belongs to schedule caste, schedule tribe, Ex-Servicemen, Physically handicapped,
    Women candidates, economically backward candidates who have less than fifty thousand as annual income not need
    pay any application fees. Rest of the other candidates have to pay sixtyfor each application through Demand Draft / IPO
    drawn in favour of "Assistant Secretary, or Deputy Secretary or Secretary or Member Secretary or Chairman of Railway
    Recruitment Board concerned.
    How to apply: Only prescribed application form will be accept by RRB. Caniddates may fill the form cleanly and
    correctly. No correction after receipt of application form. the premises of the concerned RRB offices till last date by
    post to the concerned RRB.
    Candidates can also apply online mode for this please visit official website of concerned RRB and fill in the details and
    apply for the same.
    Non Technical Cadre Examination (Non Tech Cdr Exam)
    Railway Recruitment Boards conducts a Civil Services examination for the recruitment of the non-technical
    categories in Grade C services, i.e., Clerks, Assistant Station Masters, Ticket Collectors, Train Clerks, etc.
    Railway Examinations
    Indian Railway Examinations :::
    The Indian railways are broadly divided and sub-divided into zones, divisions and departments, each
    controlling a particular function. Every division has a certain number of technical and non-technical
    departments, which form the base structure on which the railways function. Technical departments include
    civil, technical and mechanical engineering, signalling and telecom, and several others dealing with similar
    disciplines, while the non-technical departments include general services such as accounts, personnel
    management, Railway protection Force (RPF) or security and traffic services, among others. Each department
    has staff at various levels. The highest are the Group A officers, while the lowest in rank are the Group D staff
    members.
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    Group A
    UPSC - Group A officers are recruited by UPSC
    Civil Service Examination - Indian Railway Traffic Service (IRTS) and the Indian Railways Accounts Service
    (IRAS)
    Combined Engineering Service - Indian Railway Service of Engineers (IRSE), Indian Railway Service of Electrical
    Engineers (IRSEE), Indian Railway Services of Signal Engineers (IRSSE) and Indian Railway Store Service (IRSS)
    Group B
    Group B officers are directly promoted from Group C.
    Group C
    Group C officers are recruited through the Railway Recruitment Board (RRB). The 19 Railway Recruitment
    Boards (RRBs) have been functioning as prime recruiting agencies for all Zonal Railways, Production Units and
    other extra Zonal units of the Indian Railways. Each Railway Recruitment Board is catering to the recruitment
    needs of the specified jurisdiction on the Railways. However, there is no regional or linguistic distinction for
    recruitment to any post as far as eligibility of the candidates is concerned. Any citizen of India fulfilling the
    recruitment criteria can compete for any post without any regional or linguistic limitations. The Group C posts
    include assistant station masters, drivers, motormen, guards, signal and mechanical inspectors. Here again,
    staff are divided into technical and non-technical staff.
    Group Category Method of Selection
    Group I
    Safety category posts, for which
    psychological test has been prescribed, like
    ASM, SM, Asst. driver (Electric/diesel)
    Single written examination followed by
    Psychological test (No interview)
    Group II Non Technical Popular Categories (NTPC)
    Two stage written examination (No
    Interview)
    12
    1. Under-Graduate categories like Junior
    clerk, account Clerk, ticket Collector,
    Commercial Clerk.
    2. Graduate categories like senior Clerk,
    Junior accounts Assistant, Commercial App.
    Traffic App. ECRC etc.
    Group III 1. Apprentice Mechanic
    Single written examination (No
    interview)
    2. Asstt. Shop Supdt.
    3. Jr. Engineer
    4. Selection Engineer
    5. P. way Mistrieddds (PWM)
    6. Draftsman
    7. Cheif draftsman
    8. JCMA
    9. CMA
    10. Staff nurse
    11. Health/malaria inspector
    12. Pharmacists
    13. Raiogapher
    14. Lab Astt./Lab Supdt.
    15. dietician
    16. Catering supervisor - III
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    17. Caterng supervisor- II
    18. DSK - III
    19. Finger Print examiner
    20. Artisans
    Group IV 1. Law Asistant
    Single written examination followed by
    interview
    2. Techers
    3. Physiotherapist
    4. Telephone Operator
    Group V Hindi Asstt.
    Single written examinaton plus qualiying
    translaion test with minimum of 90%
    marks. (No Interview)
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    Special Class Railway Apprentices (SCRA)
    Examination 2012 Conducted by Union Public Service Commission
    (UPSC), New Delhi
    Physical Science
    Physics: Units, Measurement and Dimensions; Scalars and Vectors; Motion in 1-2-3 Dimensions and Projectile
    Motion; Newton’s Laws of Motion and Friction; Circular Motion; Work, Energy and Power; Centre of Mass,
    Momentum and Collision; Rotational Motion of Rigid Body; Gravitation; Simple Harmonic Motion; Fluid
    Mechanics; Elasticity; Waves Motion; Sound Wave; Heat, Temperature and Calorimetry; Physics for Gaseous
    State; Laws of Thermodynamics; Transmission; Ray Optics; Waves Optics; Electric Charge; Gauss’s Law and
    Electric Potential; Electric Capacitor; Current Electricity; Magnetic Field; Magnetostatics; Electromagnetic
    Induction; Alternating Current and Electromagnetic Waves; Cathode Rays, Photoelectric Effect of Light and Xrays;
    Atomic Structure; Nucleus; Semiconductor Devices; Universe
    Chemistry: Atomic Structure; Mole Concept; States of Matter; Chemical Thermodynamics; Chemical and Ionic
    Equilibria; Chemical Kinetics; Solution; Adsorption and Colloidal System; Redox Reactions; Electro Chemistry;
    Nuclear Chemistry; Chemical Bonding; Periodic Properties; Lighter Metals; Chemistry of Heavier Metals; Coordination
    Compounds and Organometallics; Non-metals-I; Non-metals-II; Metallurgy; Qualitative Analysis;
    General Organic Chemistry; Purification and Organic Analysis; Hydrocarbons; Halogen Derivatives; Alcohol,
    Ether and Phenol; Carbonyl Compounds; Carboxylic Acid and Derivatives; Nitrogen Containing Compounds;
    Polymers, Biomolecules, Chemistry in Action
    Mathematics: Sets, Relations and Functions; Complex Number; Quadratic Equation; Sequences and Series;
    Permutations and Combinations; Binomial Theorem and Mathematics Induction; Determinant; Exponential
    and Logarithmic Series; Matrices; Functions, Limits, Continuity and Differentiability; Differential Coefficients;
    Application of Derivatives; Indefinite Integral; Definite Integral; Differential Equations; Rectangular Coordinates,
    The Straight Line, Family of Lines; The Circle; Conic Sections; Trigonometry; Vectors; Three
    Dimensional Geometry; Computing; Numerical Methods; Linear Programming; Statistics; Probability
    General Ability Test: Group; Miscellaneous; English; General Ability Test; Reasoning

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    Re: Details about recruitment in RRB?

    Dear friend the RRB exam is for the purpose to getting job in Banking sector ...So which candidates have done his/her 12th or graduation they can apply for the RRB exam if they are interested....
    The graduation candidates can also apply for the IBPS exam and after clearing the exam ones can apply for the govt. banks...
    In RRB written exam the syllabus comes from these topics:
    Reasoning
    Computer knowledge
    General awareness
    Quantitative aptitude
    General English
    General Mathematics ...
    And the exam is of 250 marks...

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    Re: Details about recruitment in RRB?

    hello friend ,

    Under the RRB so many jobs recruitment in which you can apply on the based of your educational qualification ..

    Under the RRB so many jobs recruitment divided into the groups :

    GROUP A and GROUP B under the Technical department :
    for which engineering students can apply with atleast 65% marks from any recognized university

    Engineering degree students can apply for the exam:

    Civil engineer
    Electronics and communication engineer
    Electrical engineer
    computer science engineer
    telecommunication engineer
    Mechanical engineer etc

    >> age must be between the 21 to 30 years
    >> Indian citizen

    Under these group posts are like :

    Indian Railways personnel service
    Indian Railways Traffic service
    Indian Railways service for the electronics engineer
    Indian Railways service for Signal engineer
    Indian Railways service for mechnical engineer etc

    Selection process:
    1. written test (technical)
    2./ Interview

    >>>>>>. Under the GROUP C and GROUP D Job posts are non-technical which are follows :

    Accountant post
    Ticket checker
    Guard post
    Ticket collector
    Loco Pilot
    Service man etc...

    Selection process:
    1. written test
    2. Interview


    for more details : www.rrb.gov.in

    thank you!

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    Re: Details about recruitment in RRB?

    Dear friend

    RRB is the one of the most important exams through that they will recruit most of the candidates in the railways
    As a B.E candidate u r eligible to attend that exam there are various posts in that
    the syllabus will be
    general awareness
    Mental ability
    aptitude
    interview rounds
    etc..


    all the best..

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