RRB ALP Revised Result 2018 - Maximum candidates qualify from Allahabad; minimum from Siliguri

Maximum number of candidates have qualified from Allahabad region in RRB ALP 2018 first stage examination held from August 9 to September 4, while Siliguri region saw the minimum number of candidates making it to the cut off of the examination. According to the revised result of RRB ALP first stage exam (announced on December 20), 197784 candidates have qualified for appearing in the second stage exam, which is the maximum from any region. 


Allahabad is followed by Secunderabad region which saw 148030 candidates qualifying the first stage exam. Third region next to Secunderabad is Bhopal from where 118193 candidates have made it to the second stage CBT. Mumbai region also comes in the list of regions with maximum number of candidates securing the minimum cut off marks for taking the subsequent stage exam of the selection procedure. Only these 4 regions have reflected number of qualified candidates in lakhs, whereas rest of all the regions have qualified candidates in thousands. 


Region-wise Qualified candidates 

S.No.

Region 

Qualified candidates 

1

Allahabad

197784

2

Secunderabad

148030

3

Bhopal

118193

4

Mumbai

115060

5

Ajmer

87169

6

Chandigarh

81293

7

Ranchi

79554

8

Bangalore

73302

9

Kolkata

67577

10

Chennai

63109

11

Bilaspur

48801

12

Gorakhpur

47365

13

Bhubaneswar

39057

14

Guwahati

23675

15

Malda

23338

16

Patna

19386

17

Ahmedabad

17918

18

Muzaffarpur

15964

19

Trivendrum

14125

20

Jammu

10838

21

Siliguri

9331


Total

1300869


There are a total of 21 regions where the RRB ALP examination is held. Out of all the regions where Allahabad, Secunderabad, Bhopal and Mumbai have secured the top position in terms of having the maximum number of qualified candidates, regions like Ahmedabad, Muzaffarpur, Jammu, Patna, Trivendrum and Siliguri reported the least number of candidates making it to the cut off of RRB ALP first stage examination 2018. 

Where Patna reported 19386 qualified candidates, Ahmedabad saw 17918 candidates qualifying the examination. Next to Ahmedabad is Muzaffarpur from where 15964 candidates qualified the exam. Muzaffarpur is followed by Trivendrum which saw 14125 candidates making it to the qualifying cut off. Jammu comes next to Trivendrum from where 10838 candidates qualified the exam, while 9331 candidates qualified the exam from Siliguri. Out of all the 21 regions, Siliguri reported the minimum number of qualified candidates.  


What went wrong with RRB ALP Result 2018 for Stage 1! 


RRB ALP result for the first stage has been experiencing ups and downs with the sigh of relief for the test takers after the revised result for the first stage was finally declared on December 20, 2018. At first, the result of RRB ALP first stage examination was declared on November 2, 2018, however, the irony was that the authorities later released that they have not considered the objections pertaining to the discrepancies in the answer key. A few days after the result announcement on November 2, the RRBs made an official announcement that the result announced on November 2 has been nullified due to the discrepancies in the answer key. 


According to the result on November 2, the examination authority had shortlisted 5,88,604 candidates for taking the second stage exam, whereas 9,65,565 candidates were to be declared qualified. This means that the authorities had shortlisted 3,76,961 less candidates for second stage CBT, as per its result data of November 2. 


The hiccups did not end here, as the scorecard of RRB ALP first stage exam was released on November 22 again, however, a lot of confusion prevailed over the release of the scorecard as well. The scorecard released on November 22 carried 3 new fields which were not available in the scorecard released with the result on November 2. 


Lastly, December 20 brought a sigh of relief for the test takers when the revised result of RRB ALP for all the 21 regions was declared. As per the revised result on December 20, the authorities have shortlisted 1300869 candidates for appearing in the second stage examination. This means that 335304 more candidates have been selected for taking the stage 2 examination whereas 965565 candidates were to be shortlisted for the next stage of the selection procedure. 

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