Indian Railway world’s largest Rail Network and he need to thousands manpower in every year. so Indian Railway Recruitment Board every year job vacancy and fulfill. Indian Railway Recruitment Board has invited applications for the recruitment to the posts such as Group C, Group D, ITI, Apprentice, Teacher, Engineer, Manager, Traffic Apprentice, Station Master (ASM), Ticket Collector (TC), Gangman, Trackman, medical Officer, Specialists, Deputy General Managers, HR and Finance professional and others. Let’s know how are Railway Exam Eligibility Criteria and Selection Process.

Here are some popular Group “C” and Group “D” posts.

Jr Engineer IT
Pay-scale: Rs 9300-35400 ( GP-4200)
Age Limit: 18 years to 33 years as on 1-1-2019
Educational Qualifications: For Jr. Engineer (IT) post applicant have PGDCA/ BSC/ BCA/ B.tech/ btech/ DOEACC “B” Level course of 3 years duration Or Equivalent.

Jr Engineer & DMS
Pay-scale: Rs 9300-35400 ( GP-4200)
Age Limit: 18 years to 33 years as on 1-1-2019
Educational Qualifications: For Jr., Engineer post applicant have 3 years Diploma or Degree in respective Engineering Discipline Or Equivalent.

Sr. Section Engineer
Pay-scale: Rs 9300-34800 ( GP-4600)
Age Limit: 20 years to 35 years
Educational Qualifications: For Sr. Section Engineer post applicant have completed 4 years Bachelor’s Degree in Engineering in respective discipline from a recognized University of India.

Jr.Clerk cum Typist, Account Clerk cum Typist.
Pay-scale: Rs 5200-20200 ( GP-1900)
Age Limit: 18 years to 29 years
Educational Qualifications: Applicant must have passed the 12th Class, along with Typing Speed of 30 WPM in English and 25 WPM in Hindi

Assistant Loco Pilot
Pay-scale: Rs 5200-20200 ( GP-1900)
Age Limit: 18 years to 30 years
Educational Qualifications: Applicant must be minimum Matriculate (10th Pass) along with Course completed in ITI in various trades.

Technician
Pay-scale: Rs 5200-20200 ( GP-1900)
Age Limit: 18 years to 30 years
Educational Qualifications: For the post of Technician, an applicant must be either Matriculate with ITI OR 10+2 with Physics and Math OR 3-year Engineering Diploma in respective discipline.
Note: However for Majority of Technician post, the Qualification is Matric along with ITI in specific Trade.

Ticket Examiner, Trains Clerk, Commercial Clerk.
Pay-scale: Rs 5200-20200 ( GP-1900)
Age Limit: 18 years to 29 year
Educational Qualifications: Applicant must have passed the 12th Class in any discipline OR Equivalent.

Stenographer, Jr. stenographer
Pay-scale: Rs 5200-20200 ( GP-Rs 2400)
Age Limit: 18 to 30 years
Educational Qualifications: Matriculation, along with speed of 80 WPM in shorthand.

Publicity Inspector
Pay-scale: Rs 5200-20200 ( GP-Rs 2800)
Age Limit: 18 to 33 years
Educational Qualifications: Applicant must be a Graduate, along with a Diploma in Public Relations, Advertising, Journalism, Mass Communication from a recognized university.

Sr. Publicity Inspector
Pay-scale: Rs 9300-34800 ( GP-Rs 4200)
Age Limit: 18 to 33 years
Educational Qualifications: Applicant must be a Graduate, along with a Diploma in Public Relations, Advertising, Journalism, Mass Communication from a recognized university. Applicant must have 2 years Experience in relevant field

Railway Recruitment Board Selection Process

CBT: candidates who will appear for the computer-based test round should know that the test comprises of 100 question that has to be solved within 90 minutes.

PTE: Candidate who qualifies the CBT round will be then called for the PTE which is mandatory form both male and female candidates.

For candidates with a disability, the PTE is exempted but only if they qualify the medical examination prescribed for the person with a disability as per the railway recruitment board he/she will be selected.

How to Calculate Marks?

Duration of the exam: 90 minutes
Number of Questions: 100
Subjects to prepare for the test: The paper will consist of questions from Mathematics, General Intelligence, and Reasoning, General Science, General Awareness on current affairs.

For each incorrect answers, 1/3 marks will be deducted
If the candidate will select multiple answers (for MCQ type Questions) then 1/3 marks will be deducted,
If the candidate will not answer the question, no negative marking will be there.

RRB Group Cut Off

Candidate should score minimum cut off aggregate for RRB Online Test. Any candidate who will score below the cut off percentage will not be considered for the further selection process.

Unreserved 40%
OBC 30%
SC/ST 30%