RRB JE Result 2019 depends upon the performance of a candidate in the two-staged CBT(Computer Based Test). RRB issues the results in a Merit-List form on its official website. After the RRB JE 2019 Result, a candidate has to go through a document verification process and a Medical Examination. Only the candidates qualifying the Medical Examination and submitting the necessary documents can get an appointment letter. The candidates must get the marks to make the cut-off list for the selection. More information regarding the RRB JE Result 2019 is given on this page.
RRB JE Result 2019
RRB JE Result 2019 determines which candidates fill the 13487 vacancies. If an applicant gets a place in the merit list, a document verification is done. The schedule related to RRB JE Result 2019 is given in the table
|RRB JE 2019 CBT-1||Apr – May 2019|
|RRB JE 2019 CBT-2||To be Announced|
|RRB JE 2019 Result/Merit List||To be Announced|
How to view the RRB JE Result 2019
The Merit List for the candidates is generated online. This Merit List contains the Roll Number of the student who get selected. Here is the procedure to view the Merit List
- Visit the official website of RRB i.e. http://rrbcdg.gov.in or go to the official website of the respective RRB
- Click on the Merit List option for RRB JE 2019 exam
- A .pdf file opens after clicking on the option and a list of the selected roll numbers is displayed.
RRB JE CBT 1 2019
RRB JE CBT 1 is a screening test in which there are Multiple Choice Questions. A candidate needs to qualify the RRB JE CBT 1 in order to move forward in the selection process. The result of the RRB JE CBT 1 decides the list of candidates, who can appear for the RRB JE CBT 2. RRB JE CBT 1 results will be published online and a merit List of the qualifying candidates will be prepared.
RRB JE CBT 2 2019
RRB JE CBT 2 is a Multiple Type Questions exam. Only the candidates who qualify the RRB JE CBT 1 can appear for the RRB JE CBT 2 test. This test determines the Final Merit List. Candidates who make it to the Merit List of the RRB JE CBT 2 are then called for a Document Verification process.
RRB JE CBT 1 and CBT 2 Marks Distribution
RRB JE CBT 1 and CBT 2 are both Multiple Choice Questions exam. They are of 150 marks each, for each right answer, 1 mark is awarded and every wrong answer results in the negative marking of 1/3. Following is the marks distribution section-wise
|CBT 1 Subjects||Marks||CBT 2 Subjects||Marks|
|General Intelligence & Reasoning||25||Physics and Chemistry||15|
|General Awareness||15||Basics of Computers and Applications||10|
|General Science||30||Basics of Environment and Pollution Control||10|
RRB JE 2019 Document Verification and Medical Examination
The candidates, whose Roll Number gets selected has then have to go through a Document Verification process. The candidates must present the documents on the requisite day or their selection gets cancelled. After the document verification, a candidate has to go through a medical examination, without fulfilling the medical requirements, a candidate can’t get the appointment letter.
RRB JE Normalization of Marks and Merit List
The marks are normalized for both the CBT 1 and CBT 2. This normalization applies to the single and multiple sessions conducted for a post. The difficulty level of the examinations also is taken into account while generating a Merit Index. The Merit Index is based upon the raw marks a candidate scores, which is then converted into an Index simplifying the Merit List process.
There is also a standby list where candidates whose ranking exceeds the Number of Vacancies are called at the day of Document Verification. This standby list is composed of the candidates who are given the vacancies if the Selected candidates fail to join.
RRB Marks Calculation
Answer Keys will be released for both the CBTs. Both CBTs are of 150 marks, with 150 questions each. A candidate gets 1 mark for each for right answers and there is a negative marking of 1/3 out of the total marks for each wrong answer. Here is the formula to calculate the marks in CBT once the Answer Keys are published
(Number of right answers) x 1- (Number of wrong answers) x 1/3= x*1- Y*1/3
For example, if someone attempts 130 questions of 150, and 106 of them are right and 24 of them are wrong, then the calculation is done in this way-
106 x 1 – 24 x 1/3=106-8=98. This will means the total marks are 98. This is also a way to determine if the candidate makes the cut-off list.
Vacancies in RRB JE 2019 exam
In total, RRB JE 2019 exam will have 13487 vacancies.Following is the list of job category and the number of vacancies.
|Post Category||No. of Vacancies|
|Depot Material Superintendent(DMS)||227|
|Chemical and Metallurgical Assistant||387|
Here is the list of RRBs along with the Website Link