The Indian Railways all set to conduct its first computer-based recruitment test for over 26,500 vacancies
The Indian Railways is all set to conduct its first computer-based recruitment test for over 26,500 vacancies on August 9.
The Indian Railways, riding on the track of modernisation, will conduct its first set of computer-based test on August 9. Indian Railways is looking to fill 26,502 vacancies of assistant loco pilots and technicians with the first set of computer-based exam.
Around 47.56 lakh candidates have applied for the jobs and online exam will be held for 26.502 vacancies of assistant loco pilots and technicians.
According to an official spokesperson of the Indian Railways, a mock link to the first stage of the computer-based test will be activate on July 26.
Total time of the exam will be 60 minutes, while differently-abled candidates are to be provided with an additional ten minutes to complete it.
Containing a total 75 questions, all will be of multiple choice question (MCQs) category and for each incorrect answer, there will 1/3rd negative marking.
The spokesperson further added, “Beware of touts and job racketeers as we recruit only on merit and the names of all shortlisted candidates will be published on the official websites of RRBs.”