It will be interesting news for all the candidates who register for RRB NTPC Exam. The first computer-based examination has been over for 90 Lakh Candidates. To follow COVID-10 Protocols, the exam is held in phases. Let us also tell you that a total of 1.26 crore candidates registered for the RRB NTPC exam and the number of vacancies is 35,208 vacancies. If you want to know the full form of NTPC then it stands for Non-Technical Popular Categories. These vacancies issued by the Indian Railways and a very huge number of candidates trying to get the vacancies as per their knowledge.
The posts that issued by Indian Railways are Junior Time Keeper, Accounts Clerk Cum Typist, Clerk Cum Typist, Senior Clerk Cum Typist, Senior Time Keeper, Junior Account Assistant Cum Typist, and Other Posts. When the result of the first computer-based exam released by the board then the qualified candidates will be able to sit in the second computer-based test. So, if you want to appear in the second exam then you need to clear your first test. The second test will have happened for the posts named Trains Clerk, Commercial cum Ticket Clerk, Goods Guard, Senior Commercial cum Ticket Clerk, Commercial Apprentice.
Apart from the exam, there will be also document verification and medical examination for the posts. A very huge amount of people are successfully applied for the exam in which they want to get the vacancy. The official board RRB said that “RRB wise shortlisting of candidates for 2nd Stage computer-based test shall be done at the rate of 20 times the vacancies (may increase or decrease as per the requirement of Railway Administration). The shortlisting for 2nd Stage computer-based test will be based on the merit of the candidates in the 1st Stage computer-based test”.
Many important things that you need to take in your mind while giving the exams. The phases will be divided as per the courses and candidates will be getting their favourable. The exam will contains the questions from general awareness, mathematics and general intelligence and reasoning. There will be also negative marking which will deduct 1/3 marks if any candidates give a wrong answer to any question. If you belong to the General category then you need to score at least 40% marks. On the other hand, EWS and OBC Categories need to score 30% marks. And, SC categories need to score at least 25% marks. The second phase of the exam will be also very soon held in the examination centres. Stay connected with us to know more information related to the educational topics.