The Railway Recruitment Board (RRB), which had earlier released the result of the first Computer Based Test (CBT) held for selection to the posts of Assistant Loco Pilot (ALP) and Technician, is expected to release the revised result on Thursday afternoon. This will end the wait for about 36 lakh candidates who appeared for posts of railway ALP and technician recruitment exam. It should be mentioned here that the RRBs had to revise the result following complaints from candidates regarding the final answer key and translation of some questions.
The revised result will be released on the official websites of the regional RRBs. In addition to the qualifying status of a candidate for the second stage CBT, the RRBs will also release the revised cut off.
The RRBs had released the first stage CBT result for RRB ALP and Technician exams on November 2 earlier this year. Within 10 days of the result being announced, RRBs stated in a notice that “RRBs have received certain representations from the candidates raising issues on answer keys and translation in few of the questions. In response, RRBs have decided to examine all such issues afresh. After this review, final keys along with the revised scores will be published again. The revised list of shortlisted candidates will also be published on the websites of RRBs for the information of all the candidates.”
Due to the delay in the results, the commencement date for second stage CBT was also deferred. Earlier the exams were scheduled to start from December 12 but were postponed to December 24 and then again postponed to January 21, 2019. Now, the second stage CBT for RRB ALP and Technician recruitment will begin on January 21 and end on January 23, 2019. Read more posts…
Thursday, 20 December 2018 | PNS—
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