Railway Recruitment Board (RRB) has released RRB ALP Stage 2 Admit Card for January 22 exam. The admit card has been released online, on the official website of 21 zonal RRBs. The admit card for January 23 exam will release tomorrow, i.e. on January 19, 2019.
In order to download Railway Loco Pilot and Technician Stage 2 admit card, candidates need to visit the official website of the selected RRB and search for “CEN-01/2018 – 2nd Stage e-Call letter, Exam Date & City intimation details, Travel pass”. On clicking the link, candidates will be directed to a new login. To access it, candidates will have to enter user id and date of birth. Following this, the option for downloading the admit card will appear on the dashboard.
Your user id is the registration number. The date of birth, which is also the password, should be the same as that you entered during the registration process. The admit card has to be downloaded and printed on an A-4 sheet. E-call letter will not be accepted on the exam day.
Along with the admit card of RRB ALP CBT 2, the candidates will also have to carry one valid id proof and a passport size photograph. The photo should be the same as the one uploaded in the application form. Whereas, a valid id proof can be voter id card, aadhaar card, pan card, passport, etc.
If a candidates has applied under SC / ST category, then they may also download their travel authority from the login. It is a pass via which candidates can travel for free in train, to the exam city. It is important that the candidates carry it throughout the journey because the TT will ask for it.
The RRB ALP CBT 2 is a Multiple Choice Questions(MCQs) type of examination. It consists of two parts, Part A and Part B. The Part A of the RRB ALP CBT 2 contains 100 Questions, and the candidate is given a duration of 90 minutes to complete the exam. The Part A draws questions from the Mathematics, Basic Science and Engineering and General Awareness on Current Affairs. The minimum percentage of eligibility in Part A is 40% for the Unreserved categories, 30% for SC and ST, and 25% for ST.
Meanwhile, Part B is comprised of 75 questions, to be completed in 60 Minutes. The syllabus is based upon the selection of the “Trade” by a candidate. A minimum of 35% is required to qualify this exam and no relaxation is given. Part B is a qualifying exam, while Part A determines the shortlisted candidates for the Computer Based Aptitude Test