RRB ALP Result 2018 and RRB ALP Technician Result for First Stage ALP CBT will be out after the completion of the RRB ALP First Stage CBT Examination. The Result for RRB ALP First Stage CBT will be declared online on the regional RRB Websites. Candidates can check their RRB ALP Result 2018 by entering their Registration ID and Date of Birth. The Railway ALP First Stage CBT is scheduled from 9th August 2018 to 31st August 2018. The RRB Loco Pilot Result 2018 will be declared for the first stage ALP CBT exam. The Recruitment Board will take around 30 to 45 days to declare the RRB ALP Result. In this article, you will get to know all the important details about the Railway ALP Result 2018.
- 1 RRB ALP Result 2018 CBT Stage-1
- 2 Dates for RRB ALP Result 2018 First Stage CBT
- 3 How to Check the Railway RRB ALP Result 2018
- 4 How to Evaluate the RRB ALP Result 2018 for First Stage CBT
- 5 The Formula To Calculate RRB ALP Result 2018 Stage-1 CBT
- 6 Details in RRB ALP Result 2018
- 7 RRB ALP Result 2018 Evaluation
- 8 RRB ALP and Technician Qualifying Marks 2018
- 9 RRB ALP Cut Off 2018
RRB ALP Result 2018 CBT Stage-1
Railway Recruitment Board has already started the RRB ALP 2018 First Stage CBT Examination. The Railway ALP First Stage CBT is scheduled from 9th August 2018 to 31st August 2018. The Examination is conducted in three phases per day, as a lot of candidates have appeared the Examination. As per the record, 47 Lakh candidates have appeared the Railway Loco Pilot Exam this year. The RRB ALP First Stage CBT Result will be declared online on the regional RRB Websites.
Dates for RRB ALP Result 2018 First Stage CBT
|First Stage CBT Examination||9th Aug – 31st Aug2018|
|Declaration of RRB ALP for First Stage CBT||November 2018|
|Second Stage ALP CBT Exam||December 2018|
|RRB ALP Result for second stage||February 2019|
|CBAT Exam for ALP Posts||March 2019|
|Declaration of CBAT Result||May 2019|
|Document Verification||June 2019|
|RRB ALP Final Allotment Result||July/ August 2019|
How to Check the Railway RRB ALP Result 2018
The Railway Recruitment Board will release the Railway ALP Result online on the official website of RRB – indianrailways.gov.in and other regional RRB Websites. The step by step procedure to check RRB ALP Result 2018 is as follows-
- Visit the Official Website of RRB – indianrailways.gov.in
- Search for RRB ALP Result 2018 Link
- Click on the Link. It will redirect you to a new page.
- Enter the required details- User ID and Date of Birth
- The Result of Railway Loco Pilot will be displayed on the screen.
- Download and take the printout of the Result
How to Evaluate the RRB ALP Result 2018 for First Stage CBT
To get selected for the Railway Recruitment Board Assistant Loco Pilot, candidates have to undergo the following stages of the recruitment:
- Candidates can have to score minimum percentage in the First Stage CBT. The minimum percentage of marks is mentioned above.
- The final result of the First Stage CBT will be calculated as per the marking scheme. For every correct answer, one mark will be awarded and for every wrong answer 1/3rd of marks will be deducted.
- Candidates who will score the minimum qualifying percentage will be eligible to appear the next stage of the recruitment.
The Formula To Calculate RRB ALP Result 2018 Stage-1 CBT
RRB ALP Result 2018: Normalization of Scores
The First and Second Stage of RRB ALP 2018 has been conducted in multiple sessions. The question sets will be different for each slot. Therefore, to maintain a fairness and equity in comparison of the performances of the candidates across different sessions, the scores of the candidates will be normalized.
RRB ALP Result 2018: Tie- Breaking Procedure
If two or more candidates secure the same number of marks, then their merit position will be decided on the basis of the age. The tie-breaking procedure will take place at the time of the document verification. Therefore, the candidate who is older in age will be given the first priority than the younger applicant.
Details in RRB ALP Result 2018
The following are the details that are mentioned in the RRB ALP Result 2018-
- Name of the candidate
- Date of Birth
- Marks obtained in the examination
- Normalized Marks
- Qualifying Status
RRB ALP Result 2018 Evaluation
Candidates will be going through many stages of the examination. They will have to clear all the stages as per the qualifying marks. The result of the Assistant Loco Pilot will be calculated as per the marking scheme. There will be negative of 1/3rd marks for every wrong answer in two stages of the CBT Examinations and there is no negative marking in the Computer Based Aptitude Test. RRB ALP and Technician Result 2018 for First Stage ALP CBT will be out after the completion of the RRB ALP First Stage CBT Examination. The Result for RRB ALP First Stage CBT will be declared online on the regional RRB Websites. Candidates can check their RRB ALP Result 2018 by entering their Registration ID and Date of Birth.
RRB ALP and Technician Qualifying Marks 2018
This can also be called as the Cut-Off Marks for the RRB ALP First Stage CBT. The Minimum qualifying percentage in the First Stage CBT of RRB ALP Recruitment 2018 is (UR-40%, OBC- 30%, SC-30%, ST-25%). If the candidate score the required percentage of marks or more than that, then they are eligible for moving to the next round.
RRB ALP Cut Off 2018
The ALP Cut off marks is the marks that is set by the Railway Recruitment Board. If a candidate secures more than the cut off marks, then he/she is eligible for the next recruitment round. The minimum cut off marks for the First Stage CBT is – (UR-40%, OBC- 30%, SC-30%, ST-25%).
Railway Loco Pilot First Stage CBT 2018 Statistics
As per the records, it has been found that around 74% candidates have applied in the first shift of the Railways Computer Based Test. The Test is conducted by the Railway Recruitment Board and started from 9th August 2018 to 31st August. 47 Lakh candidates have appeared the examination. The Railway Recruitment Board has made an announcement to increase the number of vacancies. They have said that the post vacancies will increase from 26, 502 vacancies to 60, 000 vacancies.
Around 1, 19, 110 candidates out of 1, 61, 332 candidates have appeared the examination this year at 419 centers across 160 cities of the country.