RRB is an abbreviation for Railway Recruitment Board. It is managed by the Railway Recruitment Control Board of the Government of India. The RRB was renamed the Railway Service Commission after it was established in 1942. As of 1985, the Railway Service Commission has become the Railway Recruitment Board.
The Railway Recruitment Board conducts various recruitment examinations for positions in the Indian railway departments and offices, such as Assistant Loco Pilot and Non-technical and Popular Categories. The Railway Recruitment Board conducts the following examinations: RRB NTPC, ALP, JE & Group D.
Every year, the Indian Railways announces thousands of job openings for graduates, 10+2 students, and matriculants. The Railways receives crores of application forms in response to vacancies. Railway Recruitment is handled by Railway Recruitment Boards (RRBs) and Railway Recruitment Cells (RRCs).
Moreover, Railway Recruitment Boards have implemented online application submissions. Candidates can now fill out and apply online. Previously, candidates had to obtain the application form from the corresponding RRBs, by mail, or through Employment News or newspapers. Tests were conducted on computers instead of pen and paper on the railways. Admit cards for Railway Recruitment Board exams are distributed online.