RRB ALP CBT 1 Result Cancelled! Revised Score And Selection List To be Avilable Soon


If you had applied and appeared in the exam of Railway Assistant loco pilot and the Technician exam, then you must have been known that recently the Railway had issued the results for these exams on the 2nd of the November. Now there is other shocking news coming from the Railway for all the Candidates, who had qualified these exams as per the result issued by the Railway.

In this news or notification the Railway has made all the Candidates notified that it is planning to recheck its results again, which means that all those candidates who had qualified the exams as per the last announced results, now will have to check their qualifying status once again in the next result issued by the Railway.

This is such heart breaking news for all the Candidates, who had qualified the exam earlier and the reason behind reversing the result is the error found in the answer keys of the question paper.

The Railway has clearly explained the reason of revising the reason to all the qualified students and now the answers keys will be reviewed again, and thereafter the final results will be issued by the each regional Railway board for its candidates.

The results will be announced in the similar manner on the official websites of the regional Railway boards and the date of the results will be announced soon by the Indian Railway.

It is hereby made clear to all the Candidates that the old result of the first stage CBT ALP and, the Technician exams stands void and the null hence all the Candidates are notified to check their results again on the regional Railway board website.

The Railway has also postponed the date of second stage CBT exam due to the revision of the first stage results. Now the second stage CBT exam will be conducted from 24th December, which was previously 12th December.

All the Candidates are advised to stay in touch with the regional Railway board in order to have the any further notification in this regard from the Indian Railway.

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