Answer Key for RRBs Junior Engineer Second Stage Computer Based Test (CBT) released

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Answer Key for RRBs Junior Engineer Second Stage Computer Based Test (CBT) released

RRB JE 2018: RRB has released the second computer-based test (CBT) question papers, answers and answer keys conducted to recruit junior engineers.

New Delhi: The Railway Recruitment Board (RRB) has released the question paper, answer and answer key for the 2nd Computer-Based Examination (CBT) conducted for the recruitment of Junior Engineers.

RRB announced the vacant posts of Junior Engineer in December last year and invited applications from qualified candidates in January this year. The first stage CBT was conducted in May-June this year and the candidates who qualified in the exam were called for the second stage CBT. 2 Candidates who qualify in CBT will be called for the document verification process.

RRB conducted 2 CBT from 28 August to 1 September and 19 September 2019 for the selection of Junior Engineers.

Question papers, response sheets and provisional answer keys are available on the RRB websites for each region. Candidates can check the answer key and make objections, if any, by midnight of September 29, 2019.

To register an objection to the answer key, candidates have to enter their accounts. The login link is given on the regional RRB home page.

After logging in the objection link, the candidates can check their question paper and response by clicking on the “Question Paper and Feedback” button. While reviewing the questions, if they want to raise objections to a question, they can click on the “Opinion Objections” button next to the question.

This will open an objection page where they can choose the type of objection from the dropdown option and fill the supporting details or upload supporting documents (reference / clarification).

Candidates can lodge objections for only one question at a time. For submission of objection, the candidates will have to pay a fee of Rs. 50 for every objection presented. Upon successful payment completion, an objection will be lodged and candidates will be redirected to the “Objection Summary” page.

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