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RRB Allahabad Exam Pattern

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RRB Allahabad Exam Pattern 2014 for Group D posts

The Railway Recruitment Board conducts the recruitment exam for the selection of eligible candidates in the post of Group D through a common written exam. The candidates for the following given posts can participate in the concerned recruitment exam- Sweeper, Peon, Safaiwala, Key Man, Porter, Track Man, Vendor and gate man etc. The exam is conducted for the following regions: Railway Recruitment Board (Ajmer, Madhya Pradesh, Jaipur, Chennai, Patna, Kanpur, Agra, Allahabad, Mumbai, Uttar Pradesh, Bihar, Kota, Jodhpur, Delhi and Mumbai respectively.

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Name of Exam: RRB Group D

Conducting Authority: Railway Recruitment Board

Exam Pattern:

There will be an objective type paper having multiple choice questions on the following main topics:

Mathematics

General Intelligence (Reasoning)

General Knowledge

Total Number of Questions: 100

Total Marks Allotted: 100

Duration of Exam: one and a half hours

Marking Criteria:

The candidates will be given one mark for each correct answer attempted by them whereas there will be a deduction of one- third mark for each wrong answer attempted by the candidates. The candidates should therefore, attempt only those questions that they consider to be right in order to avoid the concept of negative marking in the exam.

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Syllabus of Study:

Mathematics: HCF- LCM, Percentage, Time and Distance, Profit and Loss, Average and Number System

General Intelligence (Reasoning): Data Interpretation, Data Insufficiency and Series Problems

General Knowledge: Current Affairs, Sports, Culture, Political Affairs, Important days and Events, Books and Authors etc.

Selection Criteria:

The candidates who qualify the written exam as stated above shall be called for the PET (Physical Efficiency Test), DV (Document Verification) and Medical Examinations respectively. The candidates who are not qualified in the written exam will not be called for the next rounds of selection.

Mode of Examination:

The candidates will be allowed to answer the questions in the following three languages: Hindi, English, Urdu and Maithili languages respectively. The test will be held in offline modes only (paper pencil method of examination). The candidates will be given their used question booklet after the written examination.

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