RRB announces revised result of Assistant Loco Pilot for second stage CBT 2018

RRB announces revised result of Assistant Loco Pilot for second stage CBT 2018

New Delhi, April 28: The revised result of Railway Recruitment Boards Assistant Loco Pilot (RRB ALP) 2018 for the second stage CBT has been announced by RRB. Candidates can check the result online in the pdf format on the official website – indianrailways.gov.in. The Board has also released the revised scorecard of the exam stage along with the cutoff. The scores can be checked by candidates by entering their user ID and date of birth.

The second stage CBT was conducted from January 21 to 23, 2019, and candidates can check their result and cutoff on the regional websites of RRBs.

CBAT to be conducted on May 10

RRB ALP result 2018 for CBT 2 mentions the roll numbers of candidates, who are shortlisted to appear for the Computer Based Aptitude Test (CBAT). It will be held on May 10, 2019. There will be five test batteries in the CBAT stage of the recruitment exam. Test-takers will be required to obtain at least 42 marks in each of the test batteries in order to qualify the stage of the examination. Questions in the test will be asked in Hindi as well as English.

About RRB ALP second stage CBT

There were two parts in RRB ALP second stage CBT- Part A and B. The Part A had a total of 100 objective type questions from Mathematics, General Intelligence & Reasoning and Basic Science and Engineering. Part B was only a qualifying test that comprised questions from relevant trade selected by candidates. The shortlisted candidates will be eligible to appear for CBAT that will be conducted on May 10.

RRB ALP examination is conducted by the Railway Recruitment Boards (RRBs) for recruitment of candidates for the post of Assistant Loco Pilot (ALP) & Technician. Those, who have applied for Assistant Loco Pilots (ALPs), will be required to take Computer-based Aptitude Test (CBAT), and those who have applied for Technicians will be required to appear for Document verification. A total of 64,371 vacancies have been announced by the Board for the year 2018.

Railway Recruitment Board had earlier declared the result on April 5, but due to discrepancies in the final answer key, the result was cancelled.