The Railway Reecruitment Board (RRB) is the organization responsible to provide career opportuntities for 10th/ 12th/ ITI/ DIPLOMA/ B.Tech/ MBA/ MCA students. This year around 18252 vacancies to be filled thorugh CEN 03/2015 advertisment. There are total 5942 vacancies of Assistant Station Master to be recuited this year. The written test of RRB ASM is conducted in March 2016. We are going to provide the hall ticket of CEN 03/ 2015.
The working profile of Indian Railway Assistant Station Master has responsibility and in-charge for smooth running of trains at the station. He is incharge and the Ticket Operator/ TTE/ Signal man/ Reservation section comes under the working area of ASM. After completing the Assistant Station Master the candidate is promoted to Station Master (SM), Station Superintendent, Assistant Operations Manager & Divisional Operations Manager (DOM).
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RRB ASM PATTERN 2015.
- Intelligence Test
- Selective Attention Test
- Spatial Scanning Test
- Personality Test
RRB CEN 03/ 2015 ASM Syllabus 2016.
Intellegence Test Syllabus.
In this test each problem consists of five figures, four of which are similar in a certain way. You are required to find out the one which is different from other four.
In the example given above you will note that figure No. 4 is different from the other figures as the 2 circles do not touch each other.
Selective Attention Test Syllabus.
In this test your task is to add odd numbers, for example 1, 3, 5, etc., and indicate which of the five options shows the correct sum. While counting even numbers are to be ignored.
RRB Spatial Scanning Test Syllabus.
You have to find out shortest possible route between any two stations (represented by alphabets) in the shortest possible time in a given map. Dark lines indicate streets. The circles are barriers, which cannot be crossed. Squares containing numbers represent houses. Number of the house passed by while finding the shortest route will be your answer.
This test booklet contains 35 questions and you have to answers them according to your interest and views. Based on your answers two different dimensions of your personality would be evaluated and two separate scores would be generated. It is mandatory for you to qualify on both the dimensions of personality for being suitable in this test.
The candidate must also prepare for non-technical syllabus topics ie. reasoning, arithmetic, general awareness, general intelligence. (i) General English: Questions on General English are designed to test the candidate’s correct usage of prepositions, words and phrases. (ii) Mathematics: Questions on Mathematics are designed to test accuracy in rapidity in working. These will mostly be questions in Arithmetic. (iii) General Knowledge: Candidates are expected to possess a broad knowledge of current events and matters of general interest, particularly relating to India, including Indian Railways. (iv) General Intelligence: The questions are designed to test the candidate’s power of reasoning and his ability to draw conclusions.