The details of RRB recruitment are published by the Railway Recruitment Board on the RRB official website. The Railway Recruitment Board was known as the Railway Services Board but was renamed in January 1985.
The various details in the RRB job posting relate to RRB positions, vacancies and salaries.
The Railway Entrance Exams are organized for the selection of technical and non-technical cadres for Indian Railways. Details of all the checks carried out by the Board of Railways can be found on the RRB official website (http://www.rrbcdg.gov.in/).
Every year, thousands of RRB vacancies are posted for various RRB exams in order to attract suitable candidates to work at Indian Railways. Find out more about the detailed information on RRB vacancies on the linked page.
Indian Railways is the fourth largest in the world and, with 1.4 million employees working in different capacities, it is also one of the largest employers in the world. Job opportunities vary across departments, and job applicants across the country consider a career with Indian Railways a privilege. In this article, we will look at the top career opportunities, exams, eligibility, job profile and salary in Indian Railways:
Various Railway Position
- Indian Railway Personnel Service (IRPS)
- Revenue Sector
- Engineering Sector
- Station Master
- Track Inspector
- Rail Navigator
It requires all the above jobs to meet the eligibility criteria decided by Indian Railway, and applicants must pass the entrance exams for each of them. The exams that are held every year to recruit candidates in different departments of the Indian railway are very popular in the country.
Important Railway Exams Held in india
- RRB JE Exam, RRB NTPC Exam, and RRB ALP
- RRB Group D RPF Constable Exam RPF SI Exam
- RITES Recruitment RRB Paramedical Recruitment
- Exams Conducted for Jobs in Railways
- Railway Recruitment Board Junior Engineer (RRB JE)
In addition, applicants for the railway examination should visit the National Recruitment Agency’s website. The NRA will shortly be responsible for conducting a joint aptitude test (CET) for positions under SSC, RRB and IBPS. This joint test will help nominate candidates for non-technical and Non-Gazetted positions in the three organizations.
This article covers the following RRB exams:
- RRB NTPC
- RRB ALP
- RRB JE
- RRB Group D
RRB exam updates for NTPC: The exam date for Railway NTPC is December 28, 2020.
Candidates taking the NTPC exam in December can take the free RRB NTPC live online course to help advance their preparation. The RRB official website will soon provide detailed information on the date of the NTPC RRB exam.
Previously, the Railway Commission had published a notice and invited open electronic tenders for examination agencies for the computerized exam of the RRB NTPC 2019 exam in 2020.
The latest update to the RRB NTPC recruitment exam includes the addition of 66 vacancies for visually impaired applicants, bringing the total number of positions to 302. Review the RRB NTPC eligibility criteria for the different categories of applicants.
RRB recruitment for the non-technical and popular category exam will fill a total number of positions close to 35,208. Aspirants for the RRB-NTPC exam can refer to the RRB-NTPC questionnaire from the previous year for better preparation.
The recruiting information for RRB NTPC for the 2019 exam is set out below:
Details of the RRB exam of ALP 2021 have yet to be published by the Board of Railways. For more information, see the RRB ALP notification.
As the last ALP recruitment was in 2018, candidates can refer to the recruitment details for the 2018-19 exam to get an idea of the same topic.