RRB Group D 2021 New Selection Process & Exam Pattern

RRB Group D Selection Process Changed
RRB Group D 2021 Selection Process Changed: Due to lots of candidates applying for the RRB Group D 2021 Exam RRB has introduced the RRB Group D CBT-2 Exam. There are No changes in the CBT-1 Paper pattern & Syllabus. Previously Selection process for the RRB Group D post had consisted of CBT-1, PET & Document verification. On 24th January 2022, RRB has announced that they will conduct CBT-2 also after the CBT-1 from this year in the selection process of RRB Group D posts. It will be followed by Physical Efficiency Test (PET) and Document Verification and Medical Examination. So new selection process for RRB Group D Exam 2021 consists of CBT-1, CBT-2, PET, Document verification & Medical Examination. Railway Recruitment Board has proposed to conduct the RRB Group D CBT-1 Exam 2021 from 23rd February 2022 onwards in multiple phases.
RRB Group D 2021 New Pattern Notification
Railway Recruitment Board (RRBs) had released a notice on 24th January 2022 regarding the introduction of the RRB Group D CBT-2 Exam as the 2nd stage of the selection process for RRB Group D Level 1 Recruitment on 24th January 2022. RRB will be recruiting 1,03,769 vacancies for the posts of Track Maintainer Grade-IV, Helper/Assistant, Assistant Pointsman, Level-I posts through four stages selection process- CBT-1, CBt-2, PET, and Medical/Document Verification.
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RRB Group D 2021 New Exam Pattern
Check the new RRB Group-D CBT-2 Exam Pattern 2022 introduced by Railway Recruitment Board for RRB Group D Selection Process.

RRB Group-D CBT-2 Exam Pattern 2022

Subjects
No. of Questions
Marks
Duration

General Science
30
30
90 Minutes

Mathematics
30
30

General Intelligence & Reasoning
35
35

General Awareness and Current Affairs
25
25

Total
120
120

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