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Railway Recruitment Cell (RRC) Grade Pay Rs.1800 (Group-D) Jobs Selection Process/Methods, Syllabus & Question Pattern

Railway Jobs in India 2013-2014

Railway Recruitment Cell (RRC) recruit thousands Group D Railway staffs (Helper, Porter, Gateman, Pointsman, safaiwala, cook, durwan etc) every year through RRCs Written Examination, Physical fitness test (PFT), Documents – candidature verification, Medical Examination. Here we published RRCs Grade Pay Rs. 1800 (Group D) recruitment Selection Procedure, Examination Syllabus, Stages of selection, Examination practice set, Online Mock Test, Answer key, Admit Card, Previous years solved model/sample question papers for better exam preparation etc to help those candidates/aspirants who want to join Indian Railways.


Mode of Selection :-

1. Written Examination :-

a. Candidates whose applications are summarily found in order after initial scrutiny will be called for a Written Test. A separate call letter indicating date of examination, time and venue will be sent to all such candidates.
b. Written Examination consists of objective type multiple choice MCQ Types ( 4 options) question paper based on 10th class (Madhyamic) standard to assess the general knowledge/awareness/mathematics /reasoning etc. There will be 100 Questions and the duration of Written Examination will be 90 minutes.
c. Question Paper will be print in English and Hindi both language. Its also use regional language like Tamil, telegu, marathi, malayalam, bengali etc for specific Railway Zones (RRCs)
d. Negative Marking : there will be negative marking for each wrong answers. the negative marking equation is 1/3. And the negative marks will deduct from right answer scores.

2. Physical Efficiency Test (PET) : 

Based on merit position of the candidates in the written examination, PET shall be conducted for short-listed candidates who qualify written examination. The entire PET process will be video graphed.

a. Passing the Physical Efficiency Test (PET) is mandatory and the same will be qualifying in nature. The criterion for the PET is as under:
                      For Male Canidates
                 For Female Candidates
Should be able to run for a distance of 1000 (one thousand) meters in 4 (four) minutes & 15 (fifteen) seconds in one chance.
Should be able to run for a distance of 400 (four hundred) meters in 3 (three) minutes & 10 (ten) seconds in one chance.

b. Number of candidates to be called for PET shall be equal to the number of community-wise vacancies or as per present instructions, it will be 3 times the number of community-wise vacancies. A separate call letter indicating date of PET, time & venue will be sent.

c. PWD Candidates are exempted from PET

3. Documents and Candidature Verification :-

Out of PET qualified candidates, based on the merit position in the written examinat
ion, short-listed candidates will be called for documents and candidature verification. Number of candidates to be called at this stage shall be equal to the number of vacancies or as per present instructions, it will be 1.2 times the number of community-wise vacancies. Thus, it may be possible that some earlier short-listed candidates may not be called for at this stage due to their lower merit position in the written examination despite being successful in PET.


4. Medical Test :-

Candidates found eligible after document and candidature verification shall be referred for medical examination. Number of candidates to be referred for medical examination shall be equal to the number of community-wise vacancies. Thus, it may be possible that some candidates who are found eligible upto the previous stage, may not be medically examined due to their lower merit position in the written examination.


5. Final Panel :-
Final Panel will strictly prepare on Merit position based on Written Examination Result and other test.

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