RRB NTPC Result 2019 Updates: Over 7 lakh candidates shortlisted, total vacancies increased – The Indian Express

April 9, 2022
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RRB NTPC Result 2019, Sarkari Result 2022 Updates: The Railway Recruitment Board (RRB) has released the exam result of the Computer Based Test (CBT-1) exams 2019 for certain regions. Candidates can check their results at – rrbmuzaffarpur.gov.in. The result of other regions is likely to be announced by January 15. 
The board has also increased the total number of vacancies for the NTPC 2019 recruitment. As per the notification, vacancies for Ex-Servicemen have been revised to 10 per cent of the total vacancies as per extant provision. Candidates can check the notification on the official website –  rrbald.gov.in
The exams were held between December 28, 2020, to Jul 31, 2021. RRB on August 16 had released the exam answer key, question paper and candidate’s response sheet. Candidates were also provided with the opportunity to raise objections against any responses between August 18 to 23, 2021.
The Railway Recruitment Board, NTPC had earlier activated the links for candidates to submit their bank account details in order to get the fee refund. Candidates who had appeared in the first stage Computer Based Test (CBT-1) held from December 28, 2020 to July 31, 2021 in seven phases, were entitled to get a refund of their examination fee.
The recruitment exam is held in three phases — computer-based tests (CBT 1, CBT 2) followed by an interview. The normalised score of the first stage CBT is used for shortlisting candidates for second stage CBT, based on their merit.
The Navodaya Vidyalaya Samiti (NVS) has begun the recruitment process for Group A, B, and C posts. The application process began on January 12, 2022 and will culminate on February 10, 2022. Eligible candidates can apply on the official website of the Samiti- navodaya.gov.in. A total of 1,925 vacancies will be filled through this recruitment drive. Read more
The Railway Recruitment Board (RRB) has shortlisted over seven lakh candidates for 35,281 posts for the Non-Technical Popular Categories (NTPC) Level 2 exam, the national transporter said on Saturday. Read more. 
Earlier the shortlisting was done 10 times the vacancy, however, this time it is 20 times the vacancy for the second stage, RRB officials said. According to the RRB NTPC exam dates, the CBT 2 exam is scheduled to be conducted on February 14 and 18, 2022. Read more.
While most zones have declared the result of the RRB NTPC CBT-1 exam, zone like Bhopal and Allahabad are yet to declare the result. Meanwhile, the websites of regions like Chandigarh are unavailable.
RRB Guwahati –  1,193 candidates 
RRB Mumbai –  – 73, 320 candidates qualify 
RRB Patna  – 20,789 candidates qualify 
RRB Secunderabad –   64,693 candidates qualify 
RRB Ahmedabad – 20,495 candidates qualify 
RRB Ajmer – 35, 488 candidates qualify 
RRB Bangalore –  4,882 candidates shortlisted 
RRB Bhubaneswar – 1,441 candidates qualify 
RRB Bilaspur – 5,624 candidates qualify 
RRB Chennai – 12,028 candidates qualify
RRB Siliguri  – 1,001 candidates qualify

Candidates who appeared in RRB NTPC 2019 CBT-1 from Secunderabad region can now check their result at rrbsecunderabad.gov.in. A total of 64,693 candidates have been shortlisted for the CBT 2 exam scheduled to be held in February 2022.
A total of 35488 candidates have qualified the RRB NTPC CBT 1 exam from the Ajmer region. These candidates will now appear for CBT-2 in February
The result for RRB NTPC CBT 1 exam for Mumbai region has been announced. A total of 73,320 candidates have been shortlisted who will now appear in the CBT-2 exam
RRB NTPC CBT-2 exams will be conducted from February 14-18. The CBT-2 exam will contain ​​120 questions that have to be answered in 90 minutes. The paper will be divided into three sections – general awareness (50 questions), mathematics (35 questions), and general intelligence and reasoning (35 questions). There will be negative marking and a 1/3 mark shall be deducted for each wrong answer. The Questions will be of objective type with multiple choices. 
The cut-off for the post of Station master in the Guwahati regions is
75.53284 for General,
64.23108 for SC,
57.88686 for ST,
70.95961 for OBC and
62.71698 for EWS category.
The cut-off for the post of Station master in the Chennai regions is 74.81025 for General, 62.75243 for SC, 59.20038 for ST, 70.77987 for OBC and 61.10577 for EWS category.
RRB Guwahati – rrbguwahati.gov.im
RRB Jammu – rrbjammu.nic.in
RRB Kolkata – rrbkolkata.gov.in
RRB Malda- rrbmalda.gov.in
RRB Mumbai – rrbmumbai.gov.in
RRB Muzaffarpur – rrbmuzaffarpur.gov.in
RRB Patna  – rrbpatna.gov.in
RRB Ranchi – rrbranchi.gov.in
RRB Secunderabad – rrbsecunderabad.nic.in 
RRB Ahmedabad – rrbahmedabad.gov.in 
RRB Ajmer – rrbajmer.gov.in
RRB Allahabad – rrbald.gov.in
RRB Bangalore – rrbbnc.gov.in
RRB Bhopal – rrbbpl.nic.in
RRB Bhubaneshwar – rrbbbs.gov.in
RRB Bilaspur – rrbbilaspur.gov.in
RRB Chandigarh – rrbcdg.gov.in
RRB Chennai – rrbchennai.gov.in
RRBGorakhpur – rrbguwahati.gov.in
RRB Siliguri  – rrbsiliguri.org 
RRB Thiruvananthapuram – rrbthiruvananthapuram.gov.in
The cut-off for the post of Station master in the Siliguri regions is 79.70423 for General, 69.76048 for SC, 60.6759 for ST, 73.73972 for OBC and 69.59882 for EWS category.
Candidates who qualified CBT 1 will have to appear for the CBT 2 exam. The CBT-2 exam will contain ​​120 questions that have to be answered in 90 minutes. The paper will be divided into three sections – general awareness (50 questions), mathematics (35 questions), and general intelligence and reasoning (35 questions). There will be negative marking and a 1/3 mark shall be deducted for each wrong answer. The Questions will be of objective type with multiple choices. 
The RRB has declared the NTPC CBT-1 results on the region-wise websites of the board. Candidates have to check their results from the website of the region they appeared from. Here’s a list of websites: 
RRB Ahmedabad – rrbahmedabad.gov.in 
RRB Ajmer – rrbajmer.gov.in
RRB Allahabad – rrbald.gov.in
RRB Bangalore – rrbbnc.gov.in
RRB Bhopal – rrbbpl.nic.in
RRB Bhubaneshwar – rrbbbs.gov.in
RRB Bilaspur – rrbbilaspur.gov.in
RRB Chandigarh – rrbcdg.gov.in
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The Railway Recruitment Board (RRB) has revised the normalisation formula for the Non Technical Popular Categories (NTPC) recruitment exam. Now, the marks will be calculated on the basis of average marks of the top 1 per cent of the candidates considering all shifts.
The candidates will have to login on the official website to download their scorecard. The scorecards will mention the following details of the candidate:
Candidate’s name
Normalised scores
Qualifying status
Subject-wise marks secured 
Registration number
Overall marks
The official websites of many regions is currently not functioning likely due to the heavy online traffic. Over 1 crore candidates had applied to appear for the RRB NTPC exam.
Candidates who appeared from Chennai region can check their RRB NTPC result 2021 at rrbchennai.gov.in. A total of 12,028 candidates have qualified the exam. These candidates will now appear for CBT-2

The second stage Computer Based Test (CBT-2) exam for the candidates who get shortlisted in CBT-1 is tentatively scheduled to be held from February 14 to 18, 2022, subject to the prevailing conditions and Government guidelines.

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