Railway Group D Syllabus – Railway Recruitment 62907 Posts

Railway Group D Syllabus 2018

Indian Railway the centralized government transport organization released an official notification about the recruitment of Group D 62,907 posts. We already notified about this recruitment in our website as “Railway Recruitment Board Group D Recruitment – 62907 Posts” you can check more information about this from above linked link and also who are not applied for this vacancy they can do from that link., now in this post we are going to provide complete railway group d syllabus and expected questions for the examination.

Railway Group D Job 2018 Details

Organisation Indian Railway (RRC)
Advt No. CEN 02/2018
Total Number of Posts 62907 Posts
Recruitment Category Railway Group D
Age Limit 18 to 33 Years

(Relaxation as per government rules)

Required Qualification Matriculation or ITI from NCVT/SCVT
Application Process Online through official link
Starting of Online Application 18th February 2018
Last Date for Online Application 13th March 2018

Railway Group D Exam Pattern 2018

Railway Recruitment Board of India will conduct various tests for selecting qualified and eligible candidates for this posts. RRB will make selection of Group D posts through three stages of examination and which is below mentioned.

  1. Computer Based Test (CBT)
  2. Physical Efficiency Test (PET)
  3. Document Verification

Computer Based Test (CBT)

In this test RRB will conduct an online computer based examination at various examination centers for various regions. The examination will be also in some regional language including English and Hindi, candidates are able to choose their examination language while applying for the recruitment. Below we provided CBT exam syllabus.

Subject Marks Duration
General Knowledge 20 90 Minutes
Arithmetic Ability 25
General Intelligence 25
General Science 30
Total 100
  • Candidates need to be also aware from making any mistake while answering these question because 1/3 negative marking will be done in case of any incorrect answer. The questions will be objective type.

General Knowledge – 20 Marks

Yes, in this CBT examination 20 marks will be given to him who answered all the questions from this section correctly. Below you can able to know more details.

Current Affairs

Approx Questions: 5-6 Questions

Topics: Art and Culture, Awards and Honors, Books and Authors, Business and Economy, Committees and Recommendations. National Affairs, Days and Events, Capitals and Currencies, People in News, Places in News, Appointments and Resignations, Defense news, Government Policies and Schemes, Sports.


Approx Questions: 2-3 Questions

Topics: Economic Organizations, Business, Economic Theory, Indian Economy, World Economy.


Approx Questions: 5-9 Questions

Topics: Indian Geography (National Park & Centuries, Wildlife Centuries etc.)


Approx Questions: 2-3 Questions

Topics: Ancient History, Medieval History, Indian Freedom Struggle, Post Independence History.


Approx Questions: 3 Questions

Topics: Constitution of India, Government Portfolios etc.

Other Topics

Approx Questions: 7-8 Questions

Topics: Environment, Banking Awareness, Science & Technology.

Arithmetic Ability & General Intelligence – 25+25 = 50 Marks

In this section combining two section we get 50 marks questions and it is so important to answer all these correctly to be selected for this post. More info available below.


Analogies, Alphabetical and Number Series, Coding and Decoding, Mathematical operations, Relationships, Syllogism, Jumbling, Venn Diagram, Data Interpretation and Sufficiency, Conclusions and Decision making, Similarities and Differences, Analytical Reasoning, Classification, Directions, Statement – Arguments and Assumptions, Number system, BODMAS, Decimals, Fractions, LCM, HCF, Ratio and Proportion, Percentages, Mensuration, Time and Work; Time and Distance, Simple and Compound Interest, Profit and Loss, Algebra, Geometry and Trigonometry, Elementary Statistics, Square root, Age Calculations, Calendar & Clock, Pipes & Cistern etc.

General Science – 30 Marks


Biology, Physics, Chemistry, Earth Sciences, Environmental Sciences, Astronomy and Space Technology, Computers and Mobile Technology, Inventions and Discoveries, Nutrition, Military Technology, Diseases etc.

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