RRB JE 2019: The Indian Railway through its recruiting board, Railway Recruitment Board (RRB) has released the response sheet for the RRB JE exam 2019. With the help of response sheets, the candidates can calculate their marks by cross-checking their answers. Candidates must know the rule of calculating the marks. Also, will also have to understand RRB’s Negative Marking Rule.
The marking pattern of RRB JE CBT 1 is very clear and simple. For each correct questions a candidate will get 1 mark, and for the incorrect one 1/3 marks are being deducted. However, No marks are added or deducted for unattended or missed questions. Candidates get marks out of 100, as there were 100 questions in the exam.
Candidates must note that they can submit the objection to the wrong questions till 14th July, and for raising the objection, candidates are supposed to pay RS 50 as a fee, which they can submit via net banking or debit/credit card. Candidates who have appeared in the RRB JE 2019 exam are advised to go to the official website for detailed information, submit the objection to the wrong questions.
It should be noted that the marks calculated through the RRB JE answer key are the predicted scores and the actual and final marks of RRB are only announced by Railway Recruitment Board, which is expected to release by the end of August. This year RRB JE has notified a total 13487 vacancies for the recruitment of Junior Engineer (JE), Junior Engineer (Information Technology) [JE(IT)], Depot Material Superintendent (DMS) and Chemical & Metallurgical Assistant (CMA).