February 5, 2021 11:32:39 am
– Written by Sudhir Bhati
RRB NTPC phase-3 analysis 2021: The candidates who have attempted the non-technical popular categories (RRB NTPC) phase-3 recruitment exam on February 4 shifts reviewed the difficulty level in the range of easy to moderate. Around 76 – 81 can be considered as a good number of attempts.
All the three sections — maths, general awareness and reasoning sections were easy to solve, and no unexpected questions were seen in the question paper.
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RRB NTPC phase-3 analysis 2021: Check section-wise review
As per the exam takers, questions in maths were seen from some specific topics — time and work, number system, profit and loss, mensuration, trigonometry and data interpretation. Around 1-2 questions appeared from each of the following topics — average, percentage, height and distance, simplification and algebra. Candidates could attempt 25 – 27 in this section.
The questions in general awareness consisted of 8-10 static general knowledge, 5-6 current affairs, 3-4 science, 3-4 polity, and 3-4 from history.
Questions were regarding the national highways, a famous animal of particular national park/ wildlife sanctuary, government scheme of last 4-5 years, awards and speakers of Rajya Sabha. One can expect 29 – 32 as a decent number of attempts.
General Intelligence and Reasoning
In the reasoning section, questions were asked from coding-decoding, statement-conclusion, Venn diagram, series, missing number, odd one out and mathematical operations. Around 24 – 26 can be taken as a safe number of attempts for this section.
Questions asked in NTPC exam
1. Which is smallest spacecraft of ISRO?
2. Who was the founder of Mizo National Front?
3. Where is the headquarter of Asian Development Bank located?
Ans: Manila, Philippines. Founded in 1966
4. Where is the most recent dinosaur fossil found in India?
Ans: Madhya Pradesh
5. In which year was the first cotton mill established?
Ans: Kolkata, 1818
6. Which country has the most time zones?
Ans: France (12), mostly due to its various territories around the world.
7. Eastern coast of India is known as ______
Ans: Coromandel Coast
1. A and B start running in opposite directions from the same point at 5 km/hr and 4 km/hr speed respectively. Find the distance between them after 3 hours.
2. Find the minimum value of 4tan²x + 9cot²x.
3. The average of 20 numbers is 15. If the average of the first 5 numbers is 12 then find the average of remaining numbers.
4. The LCM and HCF of two numbers a and b are 102 & 2. If the sum of two numbers is 72, then find the value of 1/a + 1/b.
5. The sum of Rs 6400 becomes Rs 8100 in two years. If the interest is compounded annually, find the rate of interest?
– The author is content head-SSC team, Gradeup.
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