RRB reschedules the CBT dates for the recruitment of Assistant Loco Pilots & Technicians

14 Nov, 2018
RRB reschedules the CBT dates for the recruitment of Assistant Loco Pilots & Technicians

Railway Recruitment Board has changed the schedule of the second stage Computer Based Tests (CBT) that will be conducted for the recruitment of Assistant Loco Pilots and Technicians. The earlier date of the examination was December 12 as given by the authority and now it has been postponed to December 24. The authority will also alter the issuance date of admit cards.

According to the press release, RRBs have got the requests to postpone the second stage computer based tests due to the clashing of the schedule with the CBT for CEN 02/2018 and/or academic examinations. Considering the above request, RRBs have changed the schedule of the second stage CBT from 12th December to that of 24th December 2018. The dates of admit card release will also be changed.

There are total 5,88,605 candidates that have successfully qualified in the first stage and they are eligible to give the second stage CBT examination. The first stage of the exams as organized by RRB were conducted from August 9 to September 4, 2018 and the total number of appearing applicants were 36,47,541.

The examinations were conducted via online mode in 440 centers across the country. The advertisement of total 64,371 posts was given by Indian Railways for the recruitment of Assistant Loco Pilots and Technicians in the month of March 2018.

The applicants are able to get the idea of their examination centre 10 days before the date of exam and they can download the notification for the same through online mode. The online call letter will be uploaded by the authority and the applicants can get the access of the same 4 days before the day of exam. The applicants will be given the intimation for the same via email or text message on the registered mobile number or they can visit the website to get the notification.

Writer by passion, journalist by profession, Ankit has a sensitive nose for news, especially about educational affairs.

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