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RRB NTPC Admit Card 2020 released HIGHLIGHTS: Exam dates, syllabus, paper pattern

RRB NTPC Admit Card 2020: The recruitment exam will be held from December 28 to January 13. Download hall ticket from region based official websites

By: Careers Desk | New Delhi | Updated: December 25, 2020 10:32:28 am
NTPC U 1200RRB NTPC exam starts from December 28. Designed by Gargi Singh/ Representational

RRB NTPC Admit Card 2020 HIGHLIGHTS: The Railway Recruitment Board (RRB) released the hall ticket for the Non Technical Popular Categories (NTPC) recruitment exam today. Around 23 lakh candidates who will appear for the first stage computer based test (CBT) can download the hall ticket from the region-based official websites, such as rrbald.gov.in for candidates appearing from the Allahabad region.

The NTPC exam will be held from December 28 to January 13. The paper will be of 90 minutes, while 120 minutes for PwBD category candidates. There will be negative marking and 1/3rd mark shall be deducted for each wrong answer.

The candidates can download the hall ticket through the region based official websites. Click on the download ‘hall ticket’ link. Enter registration number/ password. Hall ticket will appear on screen. Download, take a print out for further reference.

The normalised score of the first stage CBT will be used for shortlisting candidates for second stage CBT, based on their merit. The candidates selected then be called for the interview. There are 35,208 vacancies for NTPC including the job of a guard, office clerk, commercial clerk, etc.

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RRB NTPC Admit Card 2020 HIGHLIGHTS: How to download hall ticket

10:32 (IST)25 Dec 2020
Check the revised normalisation formula

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.

19:28 (IST)24 Dec 2020
Books to follow for mathematics

For mathematics, the candidates need to prepare for topics based on trends of previous years’ papers. Apart from practicing the chapters thoroughly, get learn to know the shortcut tricks that will help to solve sums at a while. The candidates need to be very thorough with formulae, tables, squares, cubes, square roots, cube roots, so that they do not have to think much during the exam. Apart from NCERT, books like the Advance Maths by Rakesh Yadav, Quantitative Aptitude by RS Aggarwal and, Fast Track by Rajesh Verma are good for railway recruitment exam preparations.

16:02 (IST)24 Dec 2020
Preparation tips for General Awareness

General Awareness is a vast topic to cover, however it is also one of the high scoring sections in the RRB exam. As the questions are factual, the candidates need to memorise important facts from history, geography and current affairs. Also, go through the basics of all the subjects from NCERT (especially science, economics and polity), and appear in more General Knowledge (GK) tests as possible. The candidates may consult Lucent’s General Knowledge book for preparation.

14:03 (IST)24 Dec 2020
Paper pattern for NTPC

The RRB NTPC recruitment examinations will be held in three phases — computer-based tests (CBT 1, CBT 2) followed by an interview. The normalised score of the first stage CBT will be used for shortlisting candidates for second stage CBT, based on their merit

13:02 (IST)24 Dec 2020
RRB NTPC admit card released

The admit card for the Railway Recruitment Board (RRB) Non Technical Popular Categories (NTPC) recruitment exam has been released. The candidates can download the hall ticket through the region based official websites.

Around 23 lakh candidates will appear in the first stage computer based test (CBT) scheduled to be held from December 28 to January 13.

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RRB NTPC Admit Card 2020 HIGHLIGHTS: The admit card is available for download at the region-based official websites. Here's the list- RRB Guwahati (www.rrbguwahati.gov.im), RRB Jammu (www.rrbjammu.nic.in), Kolkata (www.rrbkolkata.gov.in), Malda (www.rrbmalda.gov.in), Mumbai (www.rrbmumbai.gov.in), Muzaffarpur (www.rrbmuzaffarpur.gov.in), Patna (www.rrbpatna.gov.in), Ranchi (www.rrbranchi.gov.in), Secunderabad (www.rrbsecunderabad.nic.in), Ahmedabad (www.rrbahmedabad.gov.in), Ajmer (www.rrbajmer.gov.in), Allahabad (www.rrbald.gov.in), Bangalore (www.rrbbnc.gov.in), Bhopal (www.rrbbpl.nic.in), Bhubaneshwar (www.rrbbbs.gov.in), Bilaspur (www.rrbbilaspur.gov.in), Chandigarh (www.rrbcdg.gov.in), Chennai (www.rrbchennai.gov.in), Gorakhpur (www.rrbguwahati.gov.in), Siliguri (www.rrbsiliguri.org). Thiruvananthapuram (www.rrbthiruvananthapuram.gov.in).