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RRB Selection process

The stages of RRB JE Selection are as follows:

  • Computer Based Test (CBT 1)

  • Computer Based Test (CBT 2)

  • Document Verification

  • Medical Examination

Details of these stages is given below.

RRB JE 2019 CBT 1 and 2 Details

This time, there will be two CBTs. The pattern of the examination last time was as follows:

The exam pattern details are as follows:

The stages of RRB JE Selection are as follows:

  • Duration - It will be a 90 minute examination

  • Languages – The exam is expected to be held in English, Hindi, Urdu, Gujarati, Punjabi, Kannada, Tamil, Telugu, Marathi, Konkani, Odiya, Assamese, Bengali, Manipuri, and Malayalam.

  • Questions – There will be 100 multiple choice type questions in the exam. Question will be asked from:

– Mathematics – General Intelligence and Reasoning – General Awareness – General Science

Minimum Percentage: A candidate needs a minimum percentage in order to qualify for CBT 2. The details regarding the minimum percentage is given below.  UR- 40%  OBC & SC- 30%  ST- 25%

JE CBT 2 Details

Candiate 15 times the total number of Community-wise vacancies as per the Merit appear for the second stage of RRB JE CBT. RRB JE 2019 CBT 2 details are as follows:

Questions – In all there will be 150 questions in the examination, from the below given topics:

  • General Awareness

  • Physics and Chemistry

  • Basics of Computers and Applications

  • Basics of Environment and Pollution Control

  • Technical Abilities

The number of questions asked from each section will be as follows:

Normalization of Marks

Marks are normalized for both the CBT in order to develop a Merit Index. The normalization takes into account the examination conducted in multi- sessions/ single sessions and the difficulty of exams. This normalization uses the raw marks to generate a common standard for the Merit List. Based on the normalization, a combined Merit List will be published in the descending order and the allotment will be done as per the post preferences.