RRB Group C Result for ALP/ Technician – Railway Recruitment Boards (RRBs) have announced the result of RRB Group C first stage CBT for Assistant Loco Pilot and Technician posts along with the scorecard and cut off on November 2, 2018. As per official notification, RRBs were expected to declare RRB Group C result for ALP/ Technician on November 5 but the Boards have declared the results earlier than expected. RRB group C result for ALP/ Technician for first stage exam has been declared as a pdf file containing the list of candidates who have been selected for second stage CBT. The scorecard contains the actual marks secured by candidates in the exam along with scores obtained after normalisation. The process to avail the result has been provided in the article below.
Candidates can check the important dates related to the result of RRB Group C provided below.
RRB Group C Events
First stage exam
August 9 – September 4, 2018
Result of RRB Group C first stage
November 2, 2018
Admit card for second stage
November 8 (four days before exam)
Second stage exam
December 12 - 14, 2018
Second stage RRB ALP result
Computer Based Aptitude Test
Result of CBAT
August/ September 2019
RRBs have released the result online in the form of pdf file. The procedure to check RRB Group C ALP result has been provided below.
RRB Group C Result 2018 - Check here
Steps to download RRB ALP Result 2018 for PDF file
Click on ‘RRB ALP result’ link
The result page will be displayed on screen as a pdf file
The file will contain list of candidates qualifying the exam stage
Check if the candidate’s name appears on the list
Download and save the file for future reference
What will RRB Group C Result 2018 for first stage CBT contain?
The Boards has released region-wise result in the pdf format. The list contains the roll number of candidates who have been shortlisted to appear for second stage CBT. Along with the result of RRB Group C 2018 for first stage exam, RRBs have also declared the scorecard. RRB ALP scorecard contains information such as registration number, roll number, name of the candidate, raw marks out of 75, pro-rated marks out of 100, normalised marks and whether candidate has been selected for second stage examination. RRBs have also declared the cut off marks of RRB Group C first stage exam along with the result.
Railway Recruitment Boards (RRBs) will declare the result of RRB Group C for ALP in four stages – first stage, second stage, CBAT and final result while the result for Technician posts will be released in three stages – first stage CBT, second stage CBT and final result. The Boards will announce the result after the conduct of each exam stage. The result of first stage has been released on November 2, 2018. As per official announcement, the second stage exam will be conducted from December 12 to 14. Candidates 15 times the number of vacancies available for each post have been selected for second stage CBT. Only those candidates who have qualified the first stage exam by securing the minimum cut off has been shortlisted to appear for second stage CBT. Based on the performance in second stage, RRB will release the result of second stage.
As per marks secured in second stage, candidates will be selected for subsequent exam stages. After declaration of second stage result, shortlisted ALP candidates will have to appear for Computer Based Aptitude Test (CBAT) while qualified candidates for Technician post will be called for Document Verification. For ALP candidates, qualifying CBAT stage will make them eligible for Document Verification. After document verification, final result will be released based on which candidates will be selected for appointment to the various ALP and Technician post.
As more than 47 lakh candidates have appeared for first stage of RRB Group C exam, that might be instances of two or more candidates securing the same marks in the exam. During such cases, the Board will implement the tie-breaking procedure for the exam. To break the tie, Boards will place older candidates in higher position while younger candidates will be placed lower in the merit list.
Railway Recruitment Board has declared RRB ALP cut off for first stage stage CBT along with the result on November 2, 2018. Candidates securing equal to or more than the specified cutoff has been selected for RRB ALP second stage CBT. The cut off for each stage of the exam are prepared individually by the Boards. The cutoff is prepared based on candidates’ performance in the exam. Candidates securing equal to or more than the cut off in each exam stage will be selected for next stage of the exam. Various factors including number of candidates appearing for each stage of exam, vacancies available for specific posts, etc. affects RRB Group C cutoff 2018. RRBs have already specified the minimum qualifying cut off for each stage of the exam along with the notification. The table below provided the minimum qualifying marks for each stage of the exam.
RRB Group C for ALP/ Technician – Minimum qualifying cut off
First stage CBT
Cut off (in percentage)
Second stage CBT – Part A
Part B of second stage CBT
CBAT (for ALP candidates)
5 Test batteries
42 marks (each)
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