Railway Alert: New Exam Pattern for ALP Technician and Medical Standard
The latest news for RRB ALP is that the Railway Recruitment Board has changed the Railway Pattern. With this change of RRB ALP new exam pattern, thousands of candidates will give the exam at the same time. Now, RRB will take the joint exam for the first time for ALP (Assistant Loco Pilot) and Technician. As more than 1.5 crore aspirants will give the exam where both will examine for 62,907 Posts.
RRB ALP New Exam Pattern 2019
- The candidates who score good marks in PET (Physical Efficiency Test) and Mains will be selected for both positions together.
- If the ALP candidates do not clear the Medical Test, they are eligible for the other post of Technician.
- Before, if candidates who were not selected for the ALP post, then they will not eligible for any other position of RRB. The update of the joint exam gives the benefit to the candidates to get another chance.
- For the first time, RRB itself conducting the medical test of the candidates. Before candidates are sent to sub-divisions, RRB couldn’t do the monitoring for this
- The Selection of the candidates will be based on the B1, B2, C1, and C2 Grades.
- The Medical Test and Document Verification are going on for both the posts.
About RRB ALP New Exam Pattern 2019
Railway Recruitment Board conducts the exam for Assistant Loco Pilot (ALP) and Technicians for different zones of Indian Railway. Railway has released the RRB ALP Technician notification for the recruitment of 64,371 (27795 for ALP and 36576 for Technician) candidates. It is a great opportunity to work with Railways. To apply for the post of ALP or Technician aspirants mush have the Matriculation and Certificate in ITI to enroll for the course.
RRB ALP Selection Process 2019
In RRB ALP Technician there are 4 Stages in the selection process-
- First Stage CBT
- Second Stage CBT
- Computer-Based Aptitude Test
- Document Verification
- Medical Test
Final RRB ALP Selection Process
The final merit list will be prepared based on the performance of the candidate in Part A of CBT 2 and Computer-Based Aptitude Test. The majority of the weightage of 70% will be taken from Part A of 2nd Stage CBT whereas the weightage 30% marks will be taken from the Computer-Based Aptitude Test.
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