RRB ALP Revised Result 2018

More than 40 lakh candidates are waiting for RRB ALP 2018. As per the notification by Railway Recruitment Board (RRB), the revised result will be announced today, on December 20, 2018. Earlier, the login for the result displayed a message stating that the result login will open at 6:00 pm. However, now the timing has been changed and the RRB ALP 2018 Result Login will re-open at 8:00 pm.

Along with the result pdf, the Board will also publish the score obtained by the candidate in the Stage 1 CBT. The candidates can check their RRB ALP Score 2018 from the official of the respective RRB which they selected. On the homepage of the RRB zone, click on the link for checking the Revised score. Next, the candidates need to log in by entering details such as Registration Number and Date of Birth. Click on the “Login” button to submit the details. On submitting the details, the revised score of the Candidate will be displayed on the screen. Finally, the applicants can download and take a print out of the Scorecard for future reference.


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To qualify Stage 1 CBT, the candidates need to obtain minimum cut off marks as decided by the Board. The candidates who belong to general category should have scored at least 40% in the test, candidates belonging to OBC and SC category should have scored at least 30% and the candidates belonging to ST category should have a minimum of 25% marks in the examination.

The candidates whose roll number is included in the RRB ALP Revised result pdf are eligible to take part in the Second Stage CBT, which is scheduled to be held from January 21, 22 and 23, 2019.

The Board has mentioned that it is going to issue the Admit Card for 2nd stage CBT at least 4 or 7 days before the test. It will be available for download by online mode only. No hard copy of the Stage 2 CBT Admit Card will be sent to the candidates by post.

The CBT 2 will have two parts that is Part 1 comprising of 100 questions from Mathematics, General Intelligence and Reasoning, General Science, General Awareness and Current Affairs. Part 2 will have 75 Questions from trade syllabus prescribed by the Director General of Employment & Training (DGET). The examination will be of total 2 Hours and 30 minutes.

The Railway Recruitment Board (RRB) is conducting the recruitment drive to shortlist candidates for the post of Loco Pilots and Technician. The Board has released a centralized notification for a total of 64371 vacancies for the above-stated posts. The selection of the candidates for the given number of vacancies is being done on the basis of their performance in three stages – Computer-based test (CBT), Computer Based Aptitude Test (AT) for ALP post only, and final stage is Document Verification.