rrb recruitment group d exam pattern

RRC Group D Syllabus for 2019 has recently been released by RRC Group D 2019 official notification. The knowledge of RRC Group D Syllabus & Exam Pattern plays an important role in a proper preparation strategy for RRC Group D Level I Exam. The exam of RRC Group D 2019 is scheduled in the months of September and October 2019.

RRC Group D Level I 2019: Exam Pattern

The first stage of the exam has 100 questions on Maths, Reasoning, Science and General Knowledge. Candidates will be given 90 minutes to attend the examination. There is negative marking as well for incorrect answers. There is negative marking for incorrect answers. One third of the marks allotted for each question will be deducted for the wrong answer. Below Railways Group D section wise question/marks distribution is provided.

  • Computer Based Test (CBT)
Serial No. Sections No. of questions Total Marks
1. Mathematics 25 25
2. General Awareness and Current Affairs 20 20
3. General Intelligence and Reasoning 30 30
4. General Science 25 25
  Total 100 100

It is necessary that the candidates must know the exact exam pattern and the number of questions that will be asked in order to begin the practice soon and properly. Make sure to check about the negative marking and content as it is necessary if the student marks the answer wrong then at times the securing marks will be less than expected. So if the candidates have started the preparation then it is necessary that they must know the exact number of questions that are supposed to be asked section wise so that they can do a strategically study.

  • Physical Efficiency Test (PET)
  • Document Verification and Medical

RRC Group D Level I Exam 2019: Syllabus

The syllabus is the next important thing which is necessary for the candidate to know as there preparation will be dependent on the type of questions asked and therefore it is necessary that the candidates must be thorough with the syllabus. The questions will be MCQ and therefore the candidates need to work a lot on their practices as the syllabus mentioned above would help the candidate to prepare properly for the examination and secure good marks.

So candidates preparing for the examination must not forget to check the syllabus and also the blue print of the questions in order to secure good marks in the examination.   Make sure to keep on checking the website for latest updates and also to solve the examination papers.

Subjects Topics to Prepare
Mathematics Number systemBODMASDecimalsLCM, HCFFractionsRatio and ProportionPercentagesMensurationTime and WorkTime and DistanceSimple and Compound InterestProfit and LossAlgebraGeometry and TrigonometryElementary StatisticsSquare rootAge CalculationsCalendar & ClockPipes & Cistern
General intelligence and reasoning AnalogiesAlphabetical and Number SeriesMathematical operationsCoding and DecodingRelationshipsSyllogismVenn DiagramJumblingData Interpretation and SufficiencyConclusions and Decision makingSimilarities and DifferencesAnalytical ReasoningClassificationDirectionsStatement – Arguments and Assumptions
General Science Physics (10th standard level (CBSE))Chemistry (10th standard level (CBSE))Life Sciences (10th standard level (CBSE))
General Awareness on current affairs Science & TechnologySportsCultureEconomicsPersonalitiesPoliticsOther subject of importance

Mathematics Syllabus

Topics Expected Weightage
Number System 1-2
BODMAS 2-3
Decimals and Fractions 1-2
Average 1-2
LCM and HCF 1-2
Ratio and Proportion 2-3
Percentages 2-3
Mensuration 2
Time and Work 3-4
Time and Distance 2-3
Simple and Compound Interest 1
Profit and Loss 1-2
Algebra 1
Geometry and Trigonometry 1
Age Calculations 2-3
Calendar and Clock 1
Miscellaneous 2-3

General Intelligence And Reasoning Syllabus

Topics Expected Weightage
Analogies 2-3
Alphabetical and number series 3-4
Coding and Decoding 2-3
Mathematical Operations 1-2
Syllogism 1
Venn Diagram 1-2
Data Interpretation and sufficiency 1-2
Conclusion and decision making 1
Analytical Reasoning 3-4
Classification 2-3
Directions 1-2
Statement – Arguments and Assumptions 4-5
Miscellaneous 2-3

General Awareness Syllabus

Topics Expected Weightage
Sports 2-3
Economics 1-2
CEO/ Chairman/ Appointments 1-2
Current Affairs 8-9
Geography 2-3
History 2-3
Miscellaneous 4-5

General Science Syllabus

Topics Expected Weightage
Physics 7-8
Chemistry 9-10
Biology 6-7

Physical Efficiency Test

Male Candidate Female Candidate
Lift and carry 45 kg of weight for a distance of 100 m in two minutes in one chance without putting it down Lift and carry 20 kg of weight for a distance of 100 m in two minutes in one chance without putting it down
Running: 1000 m in 4 minutes and 15 seconds Running: 1000 m in 5 minutes and 40 seconds

Document Verification

Candidates will have to pass PET and a necessary medical fitness test.

Railway Recruitment Board RRB Group D Level Examination

Railway Recruitment Board has recently released RRB Group D Level I Examination. There are about 1,03,769 vacancies that have been released for this examination which begins from 12th March, 2019.

The candidates who are appearing for the examination must need to take care of all these information and must be updated by keep on checking the official website of the board. However the important changes will be soon mentioned if there are any updates or not but the candidate must abide the above mentioned details and the dates in order to begin with the examination procedure.

Check HereRRC Group d Admit Card 2019

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