Railway Recruitment Board Syllabus and pattern

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The Railway Recruitment Board has received over 98 lakh applications this year for various RRB Non-Technical Posts. As per the official notification released by RRB, there are 18252 vacancies for 9 Non-Technical Posts in the Indian Railways this year. The Indian Railways Exam for these posts will be held through the months of March to May, depending on the non-technical post you applied for.

As per RRB NTPC Exam Pattern, candidates will be attempting 100 Questions in an objective pattern examination. The total time allotted would be 90 minutes. The major sections in RRB Non-Technical Exams are.

Numerical Ability

General Knowledge

General Science

Reasoning and General Intelligence

Railway Recruitment Board Syllabus:

RRB Syllabus General Awareness: This section includes the knowledge about current affairs and events happening all across the world. Including the Current Affairs, International and National Organizations, Important Days and Dates, Who is Who, National and International Sports, Books and Authors, Science – Inventions and Discoveries, Budget and Plans for the upcoming 5 years, Awards and Honors, Abbreviations, Major Financial/Economic News.

RRB Syllabus Arithmetic Ability: This portion consists of mathematical and quantitative skills which covers the mathematical topics from the start of education till the graduation consisting Number System, Data Interpretation, Decimal Fractions, Percentage, Ratio and Proportions, Profit and Loss, Simple and Compound Interest, Time and Work, Unitary Method, Time and Distance, Mensuration (2D and 3D), HCF, LCM, Algebra, Simplification, Average.

RRB Syllabus General Intelligence: This section is about Multiple choice and Objective type which consists General Science, Mental Ability and General Reasoning based questions, including General Awareness, Arithmetic, and General Intelligence & Reasoning.

RRB Syllabus Reasoning Ability: It comprises the identification of the hidden sequence and series in the question and to conclude the reasoning behind the series of events.

  • Verbal Reasoning: Number Series, Test of Direction Sense, Number Ranking, Age Calculation Problems, Alphabet Series, Blood Relations, Coding-Decoding, Arithmetical Reasoning, Decision Making, Analogy
  • Non-Verbal Reasoning: Mirror Images, Non-Verbal Series, Embedded Figures, Grouping Identical Figures, Cubes and Dice

RRB Syllabus General English: This includes the Grammar and Comprehension section in which grammar based questions, including Fill in the blanks,  One word for phrases, Synonyms-Antonyms, Idioms & Phrases etc.

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