Loco pilot is the short form for locomotive pilot and is considered to be the backbone of the Indian Railways. Usually two loco pilots drive a locomotive engine. The Indian Railways conducts RRB ALP examination to select loco pilots and technicians in Indian Railways. This section deals with the eligibility criteria of the RRB ALP exam.
RRB ALP Eligibility Criteria
The eligibility criteria for RRB ALP is based on three factors
- Educational Qualification
The three points are discussed in detail below
- Minimum: 18 years
- Maximum: 28 years
There is an Age Relaxation for the respective candidates as per the Government rules. The candidates claiming for age relaxation must have authentic documents in hand issued by the government or respected authority.
The candidates must fulfill some required educational qualifications while applying for the RRB Assistant Loco Pilot Recruitment. The required qualification for the posts are given below in a tabular format.
|Assistant Loco Pilot||Matriculation / SSLC Plus ITI/ Course Completed Act Apprentices or Diploma/ Degree in Engineering.|
|Technicians||Matriculation/ SSLC Plus ITI / Course Completed Act Apprentices or 10 + 2 with Physics and Maths or Diploma in Engineering (As Applicable).|
The applicant must be a Citizen of India in order to apply for the RRB ALP posts.
RRB ALP Application Fee
Note: Rs.400/- and Rs.250/- will be duly refunded respectively for GEN/OBC and SC/ST/Ex-serviceman candidates after appearing for First Stage CBT.
RRB ALP Selection Process
RRB ALP selection process consist of 4 stages
- CBT Stage I
- CBT Stage II
- Computer Based Aptitude Test
- Document Verification