RRC Group D Syllabus has been released. It is very important to prepare according to syllabus of the examination. Candidates will be selected for the RRC Group D 2019 recruitment after three phases. In the first phase, candidates will have to give a computer-based test of the CBT examination i.e. After that the candidates will be given a Skill Test or performance test.
After this, the documents will be verified in the third and final phase. Different positions have been issued for each post of RRC Group D 2019 recruitment. Eligibility criteria for CBT and Skill Test have also been set differently. In order to facilitate the candidates, we are giving complete information about Syllabus in this page. Candidates can read this article for complete information.
RRC Group D Syllabus
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Candidates computer-based examination will be conducted in total 100 marks.
Candidates will be given 90 minutes of total time for this examination.
Subject are Mathematics, General Intelligence and Reasoning, General Science and General Awareness Current Affairs. All questions in the computer-based examination will be of MCQ type. PET Examination of candidates RRC Group D will be organized. Candidates who pass a computer-based examination Candidates will be invited for PET Examination.
The courses for RRC CBT are given below. Questions will be asked in the following topics-
RRC Group D Syllabus 2019 for numerology
- Number system
- LCM and HCF
- Ratio and ratio
- Working time
- Time and Distance
- Simple and compound interest
- profit loss
- Elementary statistics
- Square root
- Age calculation
- Calendar and Clock
- Pipes and cysteine
RRC Group D Syllabus 2019 for common sense and logic
- Alphabet and number series
- Coding and decoding
- Mathematical operations
- Venn diagram
- Data interpretation and capabilities
- Conclusions and judgments
- similarities and differences
- Analytical logic
- Statement-logic and assumptions
RRC Group D Syllabus 2019 for General Awareness
- Knowledge of Current Affairs
- Indian geography
- India’s culture and history, including freedom struggle, Indian politics and constitution
- Indian economy
- Environmental issues related to India and the world
- General scientific and technical development
RRC Group D Syllabus 2019 for General Science
- Life science
RRC Level 1 Recruitment 2019 Exam Pattern
The examination date will be announced shortly. Admit card will also be issued 10 days in advance . Candidates’ computer-based examination will be conducted in total 100 marks. Candidates will be given 90 minutes of total time for this examination. Candidates will be selected from RRC Group D CBT Examination Mathematics, General Intelligence and Reasoning, General Science and General Awareness on Current Affairs. All questions in computer based examination will be asked in multi-option questions.
- Numerology – Number system, Bodmass, decimals, fractions, LCM, HCF, ratio and ratio, percent, standardization, time and function; Time and distance, simple and mixed interest, profit and loss, algebra, geometry and trigonometry, primary statistics, square root, calculation of age, calendar and clock, pipes and cutter etc.
- General intelligence and logic – Analogies, alphabetical and number series, coding and decoding, mathematical operations, relationships, syllogism, jumbling, vane diagrams, data interpretation and efficiency, conclusions and decision making, parallels and differences, analytical logic, classification, instructions, statement – logic and assessment etc.
- General science – Under this, the curriculum will cover the level 10th grade physics, chemistry and life sciences.
- General Awareness – On current affairs in science and technology, sports, culture, personality, economics, politics and other topics of importance.
Physical efficiency test (PET)
candidates will be conducted PET Examination of RRC Group D. Candidates who pass a computer-based examination Candidates will be invited for PET Examination. This examination will not be held for the Pidvdudi class. Both men and women will participate in this examination. Candidates can understand more information through the table below.
|Male candidate||Female candidate|
|Candidates must cover 100 meters with a weight of 35 kg at a time in 2 minutes.||Candidates must cover 100 meters with a weight of 20 kg at a time in 2 minutes.|
|In 4 minutes 15 seconds, you have to complete 1000 meters.||In a 5 minute 40 seconds, you have to complete 1000 meters.|