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RRB NTPC 2020: Railways revises normalization process

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RRB NTPC 2020 exam dates have been announced by the Chairman of the Railway Board. The first stage CBT exam will commence from December 28 onwards and will continue till the last week of March 2021. Earlier, the exam was scheduled to be conducted from December 15 onwards. The exam will be conducted while observing the COVID-19 guidelines. RRB NTPC exam will be conducted for 1.25 crore applicants. Indian Railways had released RRB NTPC 2020 notification under Centralised Employment notice no. CEN 01/2019. The exam is conducted to select candidates for Non-Technical Popular Categories (NTPC) graduate and undergraduate posts in various Zonal Railways and Production Units of Indian Railways. A total of 35,208 vacancies will be filled through RRB NTPC 2020 exam. The notification was released in 2019 and the exam was scheduled to be conducted between June and September. However, the process is delayed due to the non-finalisation of the exam conducting agency and COVID-19 pandemic in the country. The exam will be conducted in 15 languages. 

The posts included under RRB NTPC are given below

 

Junior Clerk cum TypistAccounts Clerk cum Typist
Junior Clerk cum TypistAccounts Clerk cum Typist
Commercial cum Ticket ClerkTraffic Assistant
Commercial cum Ticket ClerkTraffic Assistant
Goods GuardSenior Commercial cum Ticket Clerk
Senior Clerk cum TypistJunior Account Assistant cum Typist
Senior Time KeeperCommercial Apprentice and Station Master

With the approval for setting up of National Recruitment Agency or NRA by the Union Cabinet, going forward the preliminary exams of Railways will be conducted by the agency. A Common Eligibility Test (CET) will be conducted to appoint candidates for Group B and C posts. However, the stages for the further selection of candidates will be done by the RRBs.

Dec 15: RRBs have revised the normalization process of RRB NTPC. Read More

Dec 9: RRB NTPC admit card 2020 for the first stage CBT is expected to be released next week. Read More

Dec 1: RRB NTPC 2020 exam dates have been postponed. The exam will now commence from December 28. Earlier, it was scheduled to be conducted from December 15. 

Exam nameRRB NTPC
Exam nameRRB NTPC
Conducted byRailway Recruitment Boards( RRBs)
Exam levelNational
Stages of exam1st Stage Computer Based Test (CBT), 2nd Stage Computer Based Test (CBT), Typing Skill Test/Computer Based Aptitude Test (as applicable) and Document Verification/Medical Examination
Exam categoryUndergraduate posts: Class 12 pass Graduate posts: Graduation
Mode of examOnline
Total vacancies35,208
Official websiteindianrailways.gov.in

RRBs have revised the normalisation process of RRB NTPC exam. Now the marks of candidates will be calculated on the basis of average marks of the top one percent of candidates considering all shifts. 

Railway Recruitment Boards (RRBs) are all set to conduct the first stage RRB NTPC 2020 from December 28. The exam will continue till the last week of March 2021. A total of 1.26 crore candidates will appear for the exam. RRBs have now revised the normalisation process of RRB NTPC. According to the revised formula, the marks will be calculated on the basis of average marks of top one percent of candidates considering all shifts.

Marks of candidates will be normalised for all the stages of exam involving multiple sessions. RRB NTPC admit card 2020 for first stage CBT will be released soon. To download the admit card of RRB NTPC, candidates need to enter user ID and password.

The revised RRB NTPC normalisation process is given below.

RRB NTPC recruitment is conducted for a total of 35,208 vacancies. The exam will be conducted in two shifts, one from 10.30 am and another one from 3 pm. The first stage CBT of RRB NTPC will be conducted for 90 minutes. The test paper is divided into three sections: General Awareness, Mathematics and General Intelligence and Reasoning. There will be a total of 100 objective-type questions.

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