RRB Group D Syllabus: Railway Recruitment Board will be recruiting candidates this year to fill 1,03,769 vacancies for the posts of Track Maintainer Grade-IV, Helper/Assistant in various technical departments (Electrical, Mechanical, and S&T departments), Assistant Pointsman, Level-I posts in other departments of Indian Railways. RRB was likely to schedule the exam in April 2021 but due to Pandemic, the exam has been postponed. RRB will soon release the exam dates for RRB Group D. This is a great opportunity for all the young aspirants to work as an employee in railways. In this post, we will discuss the RRB Group D Syllabus in detail that will help the aspirants in the long run.
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Railway Group D Syllabus 2021 in detail:
The candidates who are going to appear for the Railway Group D must go through a detailed syllabus. The questions asked in the exam will be of objective type with multiple choices and will be based on 10th Standard level, Let’s Look at RRB GROUP D Syllabus subject-wise:
Railway Group D Syllabus: Mathematics
- Number System
- LCM & HCF,
- Ratio and Proportion
- Time and Work
- Time and Distance,
- Simple and Compound Interest,
- Profit and Loss,
- Elementary Statistics,
- Square root,
- Age Calculations,
- Calendar & Clock,
- Pipes & Cistern etc.
Railway Group D Syllabus: General Intelligence and Reasoning
- Alphabetical and Number Series,
- Coding and Decoding
- Mathematical operations,
- Venn Diagrams
- Data Interpretation and Sufficiency,
- Conclusions and Decision making,
- Similarities and Differences,
- Analytical Reasoning,
- Statement – Arguments and Assumptions etc.
Railway Group D Syllabus for General Science
The RRC Group D Syllabus for General Science is based on 10th Standard CBSE Level and hence the below topics are likely to be asked:
- Units and measurements
- Force and Laws of Motion
- Work, Energy, and Power
- Light- Reflection and Refraction
- Current Electricity
- Magnetic Effects of Electric Current
- Scientific Instruments
- Important Discoveries Relating to Physics
- Sources of Energy
- Atoms and Molecules
- Structure of Atom
- Chemical Reactions and Equations
- Periodic Classification of Elements
- Chemical Bonding
- Oxidation & Reduction
- Combustion and Flame
- Acids, Bases & Salts
- Carbon & its Compounds
- Synthetic fibers and Plastics
- Metals & Non-Metals
- Common Facts and discoveries in chemistry
- Classification of Organism
- Heredity and Evolution
- Botany: Classification of Plant Kingdom, Plant Morphology, Plant Tissue, Photo-synthesis, Plant Hormones, Plant Diseases
- Ecology & Environment
- Zoology: Classification of Animal Kingdom, Animal Tissue, Human Blood, Organ & Organ System, Human blood and blood groups
- Human Eye
- Human Diseases
- Natural Resources
Railway Group D Syllabus for General Awareness
The RRC Group D Syllabus for General Awareness as provided in the official notification of RRC Group D is as given below:
- Current affairs in Science & Technology,
- Politics and any other subject of importance.
RRB Group D Exam Pattern
All Candidates will have to undergo a computer-based test with multiple choice questions for RRC Group-D Exam 2020-21, the examination duration and number of questions for CBT of which are provided below:
|Subjects||No. Of Questions||Marks||Duration|
|1||General Science||25||25||90 Minutes|
|3||General Intelligence & Reasoning||30||30|
|4||General Awareness On Current Affairs||20||20|
RRB Group D:FAQ
Q. What is the total number of marks for which exam will be held?
Ans: The total number of marks in RRB is 100 for 100 questions.
Q.WHat is the total time duration for the RRB Group D examination?
Ans: The total time duration is 90 minutes for the RRB Group D.
Q. How many questions will be asked in the RRB Group D CBT exam?
Ans: 100 questions will be asked in RRB Group D 2021 Computer Based Test (CBT) for 100 marks.
Q.What is the selection process of the RRB Group D 2021 exam?
Ans. The RRB/ RRC Group D selection process consists of three stages of examinations. These are Computer Based Test (CBT), Physical Efficiency Test (PET), and Document Verification and Medical.