RRB Group C Admit Card Released, Check Exam Date Here
The admit card for the Group C ALP Technician exam 2018 has been released by the Railway Recruitment Board (RRB). 

While the exam will be held on September 4, 2018, candidates appearing for the exam can download the admit card through the official website of Indan Railways. 

How to download admit card?
The simple steps to download RRB Group C admit card as follows: 
Step 1: Visit indianrailways.gov.in.
Step 2: Go to the notification mentioning RRB Group C admit card.
Step 3: Read the instructions and apply accordingly. 

RRB ALP and Technician Grade-III Exam Pattern

RRB ALP and Technician Grade-III Exam is going to be divided into two stages, Stage I and Stage II. The candidates who will qualify Stage I, will be shortlisted for Stage II.
First Stage CBT:

S.No.    Sections                                                             Total Questions    Total Marks    Time

1.    Mathematics                                                    75              75                  60 minutes
2.    General Intelligence and Reasoning
3.    General Science
4.    General Awareness on Current Affairs

Category                   Passing Marks
UR (Un reserved)     40%
OBC                          30%
SC                            30%
ST                             25%

CBT Second Stage will be divided into two parts, i.e., Part A and Part B. The total time duration will be 2 hours and 30 minutes.

Highlights 

1.5 crore candidates applied for nearly one lakh railway jobs across the nation.
The duration of the exam is 60 minutes.
The will be conducted in 15 languages
There will be a total of 75 multiple-choice questions.
One-third marks will be deducted for every wrong answer.

Note: 
Candidates qualifying second stage Part-A CBT with minimum pass percentage, will be shortlisted for Part B CBT.

About Indian Railways
The first railway on Indian sub-continent ran over a stretch of 21 miles from Bombay to Thane. The idea of a railway to connect Bombay with Thane, Kalyan and the Thal and Bhore Ghats inclines first occurred to George Clark, the Chief Engineer of the Bombay Government, during a visit to Bhandup in 1843.

The formal inauguration ceremony was performed on April 16, 1853 when 14 railway carriages carrying about 400 guests left Bori Bunder at 3.30 pm "amidst the loud applause of a vast multitude and to the salute of 21 guns." The first passenger train steamed out of Howrah station destined for Hooghly, a distance of 24 miles, on August 15, 1854. Thus, the first section of the East Indian Railway was opened to public traffic, inaugurating the beginning of railway transport on the Eastern side of the subcontinent.