Trending News: RRB Group D: Exam is imminent, understand pattern and syllabus for better preparation

The group D () exam will be carried out in different phases from February 23rd. A total of 1,03,769 positions for various positions in Group D will be filled through this examination by the Railway Recruiting Council. This recruitment includes Track Maintainer Grade IV, helper / assistant in various technical departments (electrical, mechanical engineering and S&T departments), Assistant Points Man, etc. If you prepare for this exam, you will know that this exam is very good will be tough because more than one crore candidate applied for this exam. In preparation for the exam, it is very important that you have a thorough understanding of the selection process, the exam process and the curriculum.

Here is the selection process
The selection process for RRB Group D takes place in 3 stages. It is divided into Computer Based Test (CBT), Physical Efficiency Test (PET) and Document Verification (DV). The first stage is a computer-based test. In parallel, the physical performance test is carried out in the second phase. Candidates who pass CBT are given the chance to take the Physical Efficiency Test. Candidates who pass the physical fitness test will be called for a document review, after which the candidates will be appointed.

Exam Pattern
In this exam, 100 questions are asked in a computer-based test. This CBT will be 100 marks. The exam will be rated negatively, if 3 wrong questions are given, 1 point will be deducted. Candidates have 90 minutes to answer all questions on the exam. This exam will ask 25 questions from Math, 30 questions from General Intelligence and Reasoning, 25 questions from General Science, and 20 questions from General Awareness and Current Affairs.

Exam schedule

mathematics
Number system, BODMAS, decimals, fractions, LCM, HCF, ratio and percent, measurement, time and labor, time and distance, simpler and compound interest, profit and loss, algebra, geometry and trigonometry, elementary statistics, questions are asked by square root, root root , Age calculation, calendar and clock, pipe and cistern etc.

General intelligence and reasoning
The main topics in this RRB Group D article are Analogies, Alphabetic and Number Series, Coding and Decoding, Mathematical Operations, Relationships, Syllogism, Confusion, Venn Diagram, Data Interpretation and Sufficiency, Similarities and Differences, Analytical Thinking, Classification, Directions, Statements – reasoning and assumptions, etc.

general science
In the area of ​​general natural sciences, questions from the subjects of physics, chemistry and life science are asked. The level of these questions corresponds to the 10th standard level of CBSE or NCERT. To do this, you need to understand the principles and formulas of science.

physics
In this post you will learn more about units and dimensions, force and laws of motion, work, energy and power, gravity, pressure, sound, wave, heat, friction, light – reflection and refraction, electricity, magnetism, magnetic effects of electric current, topics are driven by scientific instruments, inventions, important discoveries related to physics, energy sources, etc.

chemistry

Main topics in chemistry curriculum Substances, Atoms and Molecules, Structure of Atoms, Chemical Reactions and Equations, Periodic Classification of Elements, Chemical Bond, Oxidation Reduction, Combustion, Acids, Bases and Salts, Electrolysis, Carbon and its Compounds, Fuels, Metallurgy, Synthetic Fibers and Plastics, Metals and Non-Metals, General Facts and Discoveries of Chemistry, etc.

biology
Introduction to the section biology, classification of organisms, cytology, genetics, heredity and evolution, botany: classification of the plant kingdom, plant morphology, plant tissue, photosynthesis, plant hormones, plant diseases, ecology and the environment, pollution, zoology: classification of questions about animals, animal tissue, human blood, organs and organ system, human blood and blood types, human eye, nutrients, human diseases, etc.

General awareness and current affairs
It will ask 20 questions from the General Awareness and Current Affairs section of the RRB Group D exam. These questions come from topics such as General Consciousness, Science and Technology, Sports, Culture, Individuals, Economics, Politics. Read the newspaper every day in preparation with NCERT books.

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