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RRB Group C, D recruitment examinations 2018 | Download RRB admit card for group C, ALP now

Admit cards for RRB group C are available to be downloaded from the official website. Grade D admit cards will be available to download at 3 pm.


RRB Group C, D recruitment examinations 2018: The Railway Recruitment Board will conduct the computer-based tests for 26,502 positions of assistant loco pilots and technicians on August 9. The RRB admit card for group C is available for download on the official website. Admit card for group D examination will be released at 3 pm today.

Candidates will be able to download their admit cards from the official websites,,

Nearly 48 lakh candidates will appear for the first set of computer-based tests.

RRB Group C ALP, Technician admit card 2018: How to download

Step 1: Log on to the official website,
Step 2: Click on the tab, Admit Card
Step 3: Enter the registration number, roll number
Step 4: The admit card will appear on the screen
Step 5: Download it, take a printout for further reference.

Around 1.5 crore candidates have applied for nearly 1 lakh jobs, according to a notification released in March. Railway Minister Piyush Goyal announced on August 2 that the number of vacancies had been more than doubled to 60,000.

The exam will last for an hour for general candidates and 80 minutes for candidates who are differently-abled. There will be 75 multiple choice questions and a negative marking (1/3rd) for every incorrect answer.

In a note, the RRB has stated that candidates can choose any one of the language from the list 15 languages as exam language while taking the CBT irrespective of the language opted by them in the online application.

Meanwhile, the Railways Recruitment Board has issued a clarification over candidates getting exam centres in far-off places by mentioning that “34 lakh candidates have been allocated centres within 200 km out of 47 lakh who applied for the exam.” The Railway Board also said preference has been given to “99 per cent persons with disabilities and women candidates who got centres within 200 km”.