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Railway Recruitment Control Board is a government recruitment agency for Group C and Group D non gazetted civil service and engineering posts in Indian Railways under Ministry of Railways.
RRB Exams can be categorized into four main categories which are as follows:
1. RRB Non-Technical Popular Categories (NTPC) Exam.
2. RRB Junior Engineer (JE) Exam.
3. RRB Assistant Loco Pilot (ALP) Exam.
4. RRB Group D Exam/RRC Level 1 exam.

Candidates writing the various exams conducted by the Railway Recruitment Board need to carefully go through both the RRB exam pattern and syllabus to increase their chances in clearing the exams.

RRB Syllabus
The RRB Syllabus is designed to select the best candidates who are not only physically fit but also have a dynamic knowledge of the world around them. The railway syllabus has certain topics which are common for both RRB exams and bank exams.

The RRB NTPC exam is conducted for the non-technical group in the Indian Railways.
The RRB NTPC Exam Pattern consists of:
1. First Stage of CBT
2. Second Stage of CBT
3. Typing Test (Skill Test)
4. Document Verification
5. Medical Examination
6. Final Selection

To start the preparation of RRB Junior Engineer it is imperative for candidates to be abreast with syllabus and exam pattern of RRB JE exam.

The RRB JE Exam Pattern comprises 4 stages:
1. CBT Stage I
2. CBT Stage II
3. Document Verification/ Medical Examination
4. Final Selection

The syllabus for CBT Stage – I:
1. Quantitative Aptitude
2. General Intelligence and Reasoning
3. General Science
4. General Awareness

The syllabus for CBT Stage – II:
1. Physics & Chemistry
2. General Awareness
3. Basics of Computer and Applications
4. Technical Knowledge
5. Environment and Pollution Control

The General Science preparation can be done simply by going through the NCERT Notes for basic physics, chemistry and life science. For the preparation of the General Awareness section important topics that candidates must go through are listed below:
• Governors in India
• Members of Parliament
• Members of Lok Sabha
• List of Arjuna Award Winners
• FIFA World Cup Winners List
• Fathers Of Various Fields
For more topics on General Awareness, candidates are advised to check the given topic-
• Static GK
• Current Affairs

The RRB Syllabus for the Assistant Loco Pilot is designed to select the best candidates for the position of Assistant Loco Pilot in the Indian Railways. The exam pattern for RRB ALP Exam involves the following 2 stages:
1. CBT Stage – I
2. CBT Stage – II (Consists of Part A and Part B)

1. CBT Stage – I is a standard exam for the ALP Technicians post, while CBT Stage – II is common for the ALP exam.
2. For RRB ALP CBT Stage- II, it is necessary for the candidates to pass both Part A and Part B. In case the candidate does not pass either Part A or Part B, then he/she will not complete the RRB ALP Recruitment process.

4. RRB Group D
RRB Group D exam is conducted by RRB to recruit eligible candidates for various posts like Helper/Assistant Points man, Track Maintainer Grade-IV, in Level 1 of 7th CPC Pay Matrix in various departments of Indian Railways.
The RRB Group D selection process comprises three stages:
1. RRB Group D (CBT) Computer Based Test
2. RRB Group D (PET) Physical efficiency Test
3. RRB Group D (DV) Document Verification