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RRB Ministerial and Isolated Categories Syllabus 2021:

Name of the Board

RRB
Name of the Post

 RRB Ministerial And Isolated Categories

Exam Date

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Status

Syllabus Available

Stages of Exam:

There shall be a Single Stage Computer Based Test (CBT) followed by Stenography Skill Test (SST)/Translation Test (TT)/Performance Test (PT)/Teaching Skill Test (TST) (as applicable) and document verification and medical examination thereafter. RRBs reserve the right to conduct the CBT in Single or multi stage mode.

Call Letters:

Candidates will have to download the City and Date Intimations, E-Call Letters and Travel Authority (wherever applicable) from the links provided on the official websites of RRBs.

Normalization of Marks: Marks will be normalized for all the stages of exam involving multiple sessions. Marks will be normalized as per the formulae given in Para No. 14.0 & 14.1 of this Notice.

Short Listing for Various Stages: RRB-wise shortlisting of candidates for DV will be based on the merit of the candidates in the CBT. The shortlisting for Stenography Skill Test/Translation Test shall be to the extent of 10 times vacancies based on the merit of the candidates in the CBT. The shortlisting for Performance Test/Teaching Skill Test for the posts of school teachers shall be 2-1/2 (2.5) times the number of vacancies based on the merit of the candidates in the CBT. In case where more than one candidate obtains marks equal to cut off point, they will all be called for Performance Test/Teaching Skill Test even if the number of candidates called for Performance Test/Teaching Skill Test becomes more than 2-1/2 (2.5) times.

Negative Marking:

There shall be negative marking for incorrect answer in CBTs. Deduction of 1/3rd of the marks allotted for each question shall be made for each wrong answer.

Admission to all stages of recruitment process shall be purely provisional, subject to the candidate satisfying the prescribed eligibility conditions.

Mere issue of e-Call letter to the candidates will NOT imply that their candidature has been finally accepted by the RRB.

Dates of examinations will also be published on the websites of participating RRBs.E-Call letters for CBTs, Stenography Skill Test, Performance Test/Teaching Skill Test, Translation Test and DV (as applicable)should be downloaded ONLY from websites of the Railway Recruitment Boards concerned. The CBT Centre, date and shift indicated in the e-call letter shall be final. No call letters will be sent by post. RRBs reserve the right to introduce additional CBTs and/or additional SST/PT/TST or TT, additional DV etc., without assigning any reason.

MEDICAL STANDARDS FOR THE POSTS

Candidates called for DV will have to pass a requisite medical fitness test(s) conducted by the Railway Administration to ensure that the candidates are medically fit to carry out the duties connected with the post(s) opted by them. Visual Acuity Standard is one of the important criteria of the medical fitness of railway staff. The medical standards are outlined below:

Sl. No. Medical standard General fitness  Visual acuity
1 B- 1 Physically fit in all respects Distant Vision: 6/9, 6/12 with or without glasses (power of lenses not to exceed 4D) Near Vision: Sn. 0.6, 0.6 with or without glasses when reading or close work is required and must pass test for Colour Vision, Binocular Vision, Night Vision, Mesopic Vision etc.
2 C-1 Physically fit in all respects Distant Vision: 6/12, 6/18 with or without glasses. Near Vision: Sn. 0.6, 0.6 with or without glasses when reading or close work is required.
3 C-2 Physically fit in all respects Distant Vision: 6/12, nil with or without glasses Near Vision: Sn. 0.6 combined with or without glasses where reading or close work is required

RECRUITMENT PROCESS:

Only a single online application (common to all the notified posts in opted RRB) has to be submitted by the candidate through the link provided on the official websites of RRBs.

The recruitment process shall involve Single Stage CBT, Stenography Skill Test, Performance Test/Teaching Skill Test, Translation Test (as applicable) and DV/Medical Examination. However, RRB reserves the right to conduct additional CBTs if considered necessary for all or for a limited number of candidates as may be deemed fit by RRBs.

The date, time and venue for all the activities viz. CBT, Stenography Skill Test, Performance Test/Teaching Skill Test, Translation Test, DV, Medical Examination or any other additional activity as applicable shall be fixed by the RRBs and shall be intimated to the eligible candidates in due course. Request for postponement of any of the above activity or for change of venue, date, and shift will not be entertained under any circumstances.

The Question Paper for Single Stage CBT will be of 90 minutes duration for 100 questions and 120 minutes for PwBD candidates who are availing the Scribe facility.

The Question Papers shall be of objective multiple-choice type.

Section-wise marks:

The section-wise number of questions and marks are detailed below (except for CBT of Junior Stenographer/Hindi & English posts

Subject Number of questions Marks allotted
Professional Ability 50 50
General Awareness 15 15
General Intelligence and Reasoning 15 15
Mathematics 10 10
General Science 10 10
Total 100 100

Each question will be of one mark each. The section wise distribution given in the above table is only indicative and there may be some variations in the actual question papers. There will be negative marking and 1/3 mark shall be deducted for each wrong answer.

The Questions will be of objective type with multiple choices and are likely to include questions pertaining to:

  1. Mathematics: Number Systems, BODMAS, Decimals, Fractions, LCM and HCF, Ratio and Proportions, Percentage, Mensuration, Time and Work, Time and Distance, Simple and Compound Interest, Profit and Loss,Algebra, Geometry and Trigonometry, Elementary Statistics, Square Root, Age Calculations, Calendar & Clock, Pipes & Cistern.
  2. General Intelligence and Reasoning: Analogies, Alphabetical and Number Series, Coding and Decoding, Mathematical Operations, Relationships, Syllogism, Jumbling, Venn Diagram, Data Interpretation and Sufficiency, Conclusions and Decision Making, Similarities and Differences, Analytical Reasoning, Classification, Directions, Statement- Arguments and Assumptions etc.
  3. General Awareness: Knowledge of Current Affairs, Indian Geography, Culture and History of India including freedom movement, Indian Polity and Constitution, Indian Economy, Environmental issues concerning India and the World, Sports, General scientific and technological developments etc.
  4. General Science: Physics, Chemistry and Life Sciences (up to 10th standard CBSE syllabus).

Where a second stage CBT is deemed necessary and held, RRBs reserve the right to treat the first stage CBT as a qualifying test for the purpose of shortlisting a reasonable number of candidates for the second stage.

The normalized marks scored by the candidate in the CBT shall be used for shortlisting the candidates for Stenography Skill Test, Performance Test/Teaching Skill Test, Translation Test, DV (as applicable) for the posts.

The question paper for the Junior Stenographer (Hindi) &Junior Stenographer (English) will consist of two parts only. The subjects of the paper for CBT, No. of questions, the time allowed, the maximum marks for each subject will be as follows:

Part Subject No. of questions Questions (from – to) Total Marks Time duration
I General Awareness 50 1 to 50 100 90 Minutes
II Hindi or English Language 50 51 to 100 100

All the candidates will have to attempt Part I & II (both the subjects) compulsorily. There shall be a single composite paper for both the subjects. Candidates will be required to qualify in each of the two subjects separately.

Part-I – Questions of the General Awareness portion shall be from the syllabus of Mathematics, General Intelligence and Reasoning, General Awareness and General Science

This portion needs to be translated in regional Languages as per extant instructions. Part-II (Either Hindi or English as per option filled up in application form) – The questions shall be designed to check the language skill and knowledge of Hindi/English including grammar. This portion needn’t be translated in regional Languages.

The syllabus of the questions to be asked in this part is given at Annexure – VIII to IX. In addition to CBT thereshall be Shorthand Test, which will carry 300 marks. Candidates equal to 10 times the number of vacancies, based on the merit of CBT, will be called for Shorthand Test (Stenography Skill Test).

The candidates have to pass Stenography Skill Test as per criteria mentioned below:

Type of Stenographer Speed Duration Transcription Time
English 80 words per minute (wpm) 10 minutes 50 minutes
Hindi 80 words per minute (wpm) 10 minutes 65 minutes

The Stenography Skill Test will be conducted on Personal Computer only without editing tools and spell check facility. For guidelines of those who appear for Skill Test in Hindi, KrutiDev and Mangal font shall be made available on Personal Computer.

Junior Translator/Hindi:

A single stage Computer Based Test will be conducted followed by a qualifying translation test. The Question Paper shall be designed to test equally both the knowledge of English language as well as knowledge of Hindi language. Atleast 50% of the questions will be designed to test language proficiency – 20% for English and 30% for Hindi. The remaining questions will be designed to test General Knowledge, General Intelligence, Simple Arithmetic and basics of computer.

For the Post Graduate Teachers(PGTs), Trained Graduate Teachers(TGTs), Physical Training Instructor (PTI)&Assistant Mistress/Junior School (PRTs) the recruitment shall be done on the Translation Test

  • Translation Test shall not be a part of the main examination. Candidates 10 times the number of vacancies shall be called for the translation test, based on the merit of the objective type CBT, duly taking into account reservation requirements.
  • (ii) The Translation Test shall be only a qualifying test and the qualifying pass marks shall be 60%.

Performance Test/Teaching Skill Test

Apart from the CBT of 100 marks teachers will be subjected to Performance Test (PT) and Teaching Skill Test (TST). Page 28 of 99 basis of Written Test (CBT) and Teaching Skill Test in the ratio of 85:15. For the post of Primary Teacher (Music), Primary Teacher (Dance) and Art Master (PGT/TGT), the Weightage of Written Test (CBT), Performance Test and Skill Test should be in the ratio of 60:25:15 respectively.

Teaching Skill Test:-

Teaching Skill Test shall be based on Teaching Ability, Teaching Methodology, Content Expertise, Appropriateness of material, Incorporation of recent development in the discipline, Communication skill, Presentation Skill, Classroom Management Skill, understanding of Subject Matter, Problem Solving ability, Decision making, Creativity, Leadership & Motivation Quality. Candidates will be asked to teach some topics of their subject through power point presentation in front of the Committee. Topics will be decided by the Committee on the spot. Candidates will be given sufficient time to prepare and will be asked to use PowerPoint presentation or any other teaching aid as per the availability of equipments at the point of skill Test. The Skill Test shall range between 15 to 30 minutes as decided by the Committee. Skill Test will be of 150 marks. There will not be any minimum qualifying marks for Skill Test. However, weightage of Skill test should be 15% in total marks. There is a possibility that the Skill Test can be video-graphed.

Performance Test:

Primary Teacher (Music) and Primary Teacher (Dance) may be adjudged on the basis of skill of singing, playing the various instrumental music, performance of dance, Presentation Skill, Coordination, Expression, Energy level, Rhythm, Experimentation with art forms, imagination and innovation and Artistic temperament.

Performance Test shall be of 100 marks. There will not be any minimum qualifying marks for the Performance Test. However, weightage of Performance Test shall be 25% of the total marks. There is a possibility that the Performance Test may be videographed.

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