RRC Group D Exam Syllabus

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RRC Group D Exam Syllabus

Introduction

Detailed knowledge of syllabus for any exam helps the candidates to prepare accordingly by focusing on their strong and weak topics. The syllabus is a guide for preparation for any exam. Below mentioned data gives an overview of the RRC Group D Exam Syllabus.

Syllabus

RRC Group D Level-1 – Computer Based Test (CBT) Pattern:

• Computer Based Test (CBT) is an Objective Test and will be conducted in online.

• This test would be of 90 minutes (120 minutes for eligible PWD candidates accompanied with scribe) duration.

• The test consist of 100 questions, 3 sections as follows.

• Exam
Duration
in Minutes
No of Questions (each of 1 mark) from Total No of
Questions
General
Science
Mathematics General
Intelligence
and Reasoning
General
Awareness
and Current
Affairs
90 25 25 30 20 100

The Questions will be of objective type with multiple choices and are likely to include questions pertaining to:

• 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.

The Questions will be of objective type with multiple choices and are likely to include questions pertaining to:

• 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 etc.

The Questions will be of objective type with multiple choices and the syllabus under this shall cover 10th standard and CBSE level questions from:

• Physics

• Chemistry

• Life Sciences

The Questions will be of objective type with multiple choices and are likely to include questions pertaining to:

• Science & Technology

• Sports

• Culture

• Personalities

• Economics

• Politics and any other subject of importance