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RRB JE Selection Process | Exam Pattern 2019

Railway Recruitment Board released its online application procedure on 31st December 2018. The release date was regarding RRB JE (Junior Engineer) Examination. Furthermore, check out the complete details regarding the RRB JE Selection Process of 2019 in the article below.

RRB JE Selection Process

First of all, the last date to fill the online application for RRB JE examination is 31st January 2019. As far as there are only 13,847 vacant seats available, the competition seems difficult. RRB JE Selection Process for the posts Junior Engineer, Depot Material Superintendent, Chemical & Metallurgical Assistant.

RRB JE Selection Process consists of total three (3) stages.

Computer-Based Tests 1 

The exam pattern of RRB JE Selection Process phase 1 – Computer Based Test 1 is as follows

Subjects No. Of Questions Marks for Each Section
Mathematics 30 30
General Intelligence & Reasoning 25 25
General Awareness 15 15
General Science 30 30
Total 100 100
Time in Minutes 90

Computer Based Test 2

RRB JE Selection Process Computer Based Test 2 – Pattern is the second phase, given below

Subjects No. Of Questions Marks for Each Section
General Awareness 15 15
Physics & Chemistry 15 15
Basics of Computers & Applications 10 10
Basics of Environment & Pollution Control 10 10
Technical Abilities 100 100
Total 150 150
Time in Minutes 120


  • There will be a penalty for 1/3 for every wrong answer. So, the marks will be cut from the secured ones
  • The exam paper is Objective Type
  • Minimum passing marks are

General – 40%

SC – 30%

OBC – 30%

ST – 25%

Moreover, there will be a virtual calculator provided on the while the exam takes place.

Medical/Documentation Verification

Medical or Documentation Verification is, hence, the final stage of the RRB JE Selection Process. Candidates, firstly, have to get great scores in CBT 1 to reach this stage. More importantly, they have to pass the second stage of CBT. They have to be certainly FIT to get any post in Railways if they clear the second level of examination (CBT 2). Consequently, RRB will probably give them a confirmation call to those applicants who clear all three stages.

Above all, if you require any more information about RRB JE, comment below. 

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SSC Stenographer Selection Process – Check Details

SSC Stenographer Selection Process – Complete Selection process of Written Test, Skill Test and Document Verification

SSC Stenographer Selection Process

The Staff Selection Commission conducts a Computer Based Examination for Recruitment of Stenographer Grade “C”(Group B Non-gazetted) and Stenographer Grade “D”, Group “C” Non-Gazetted Posts. Selection Process for SSC Stenographer Grade C and Grade D comprises of Written test or Computer Based Test, Skill Test, and Document verification.
The SSC Stenographer written exam is a computer-based exam. The paper includes three subjects having multiple choice questions – Intelligence and Reasoning, General Awareness and English Language & comprehension.

Examination Paper Pattern of written Exam:

Scheme of Examination of Written Test/CBT:

The details of computer-based examination are mentioned below –

Date of Exam Part Subject No. of Questions Maximum Marks Total Duration
1st Feb to
6th Feb 2019
I General Intelligence & Reasoning 50 50 2 Hours
(2 hours and 40 minutes for VH/OH )
II General Awareness 50 50
III English Language and Comprehension 100 100
  • The question paper will be of Objective Multiple choice types.
  • Questions will be set in Hindi and English except Part-III.
  • Part III of the exam will be held only in English.
  • There will be negative marking of 0.25 marks for each wrong answer.

Skill Test:

The candidates will have to appear for the stenography test or skill test involving a test of typing. They will be judged on the basis of speed and accuracy of typing.

Skill test in Stenography:

Candidates who obtain qualifying marks in the written exam will be called for a Skill Test. The skill test will involve a typing test that is qualifying in nature. Skill test will be based on Stenography.

The candidates who appear for the stenography skill test and will be given dictation for 10 minutes in English or Hindi(as per choice) at a speed of 100 w.p.m. for the post of Stenographer Grade “C” and 80 w.p.m. for the post of Stenographer Grade “D”. The matter will have to be transcribed on computer. Candidates will have to know stenography in both Hindi and English, being a fundamental requirement of the job as a stenographer.

Skill Test: Important Details

Stenographer Grade Time Duration Key Depressions Language
Stenographer Grade C 40 minutes 100 w.p.m English
Stenographer Grade C 55 minutes 100 w.p.m Hindi
Stenographer Grade D 50 minutes 80 w.p.m English
Stenographer Grade D 65 minutes 80 w.p.m Hindi

Document Verification:

Document Verification Process would comprise of verification of identity documents like AADHAR Card, PAN card, Voter ID, Drivers license, etc. Shortlisted candidates must also produce original and photocopy of mark sheets of Class 10, 12, Degree, Post-graduation or equivalent certificates. Candidates may also produce work experience certificates if any.

Stay tuned for more updates on SSC Stenographer Selection Process!

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SSC GD Constable Exam Pattern & Selection Process

SSC GD Constable Exam Pattern & Selection Process

Staff Selection Commission will release the SSC GD Constable notification on 21st July 2018, according to the revised annual exam calendar. The online application process will start soon after. And it’s time you start preparing for the exam now, if you haven’t started already. It’s advisable to go through the latest exam pattern and format before venturing into preparation mode. Here, we will be discussing the complete selection process and SSC GD Constable in detail. Scroll down to read more.

SSC GD Constable Selection Process

  1. Written Test
  2. Physical Standard Test
  3. Physical Efficiency Test
  4. Medical Test

SSC GD Constable Exam Pattern

Let us have a look at the exam pattern for all the phases.

Written Test

The questions (objective type) will be of Matriculation level.

Section No. of Qs Marks Time
Reasoning Ability 25 25 2 hours
General Awareness 25 25
Numerical Ability 25 25
English/Hindi 25 25
Total 100 100

Physical Standard Test

Standard Male Female
Height 170 cm 157 cm
Weight Proportionate to height and medical standards Proportionate to height and medical standards
Chest Unexpanded: 80 cm

Expanded: 85 cm

Physical Efficiency Test

Race Male Female
Ladakh 1.6 km in 6 min 800 m in 4 min
Other Regions 5 km in 24 min 1.6 km in 8 min

Medical Test

Visual Acuity Unaided (Near Vision) Uncorrected Visual Acuity (Distant Vision) Refraction Color Vision
Better Eye Worse Eye Better Eye Worse Eye Visual correction of any kind is not permitted even by glasses CP-III by ISIHARA
N6 N9 6/6 6/9
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