Websites to check merit list, know threshold

The long-awaited result of the recruitment for RRB NTPC has been announced. The Railway Recruitment Board (RRB) has announced the results for jobs in the non-technical popular category (NTPC). Nearly 1 crore candidates who have applied for the exam can view their results on their respective regional websites. In addition to the merit list, applicants can also check the threshold. Those who have passed the exam will be eligible to take the next step or the CBT-2 exam.

Websites are not responding for some applicants due to high volume. Candidates should keep their admission cards ready to check their scores. and to save time. There were around 35,000 vacancies, however, just before the results, the railways had increased the number of vacancies.

RRB NTPC Result: How to check

Step 1: Visit the regional website

Step 2: Click on the result link

Step 3: Log in using the registration number

Step 4: The result will appear, download

RRB NTPC Results 2021: Websites to Check

RRB Ahmedabad –

RRB Ajmer –

RRB Allahabad –

RRB Bangalore –

RRB Bhopal –

RRB Bhubaneswar –

RRB Chandigarh –

RRB Chennai –

RRB Bilaspur –

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RRB Malda –

RRB Guwahati –

RRB Jammu-

RB Kolkata –

RRB Mumbai –

RRB Muzaffarpur –

RRB Patna –

RRB Ranchi

RRB Secunderaba –

RRB Siliguri –

RRB Trivandrumpuram –

NTPC RRB result: what to check?

Candidates checking their score cards must ensure that their contact details are correctly mentioned. Applicants should check –

– Last name

— Qualification status

— Notes, wise and total subject

— Normalized score

— Registration number and other details

– spelling mistakes

In the event of an error, candidates must have it corrected as soon as possible.

RRB NTPC Result: What’s Next?

Successful candidates will be eligible to sit for the next exam or CBT 2. The CBT-2 exam is tentatively scheduled for February 14-18. The RRB has previously said the review will be subject to “the prevailing conditions and government directives issued from time to time in view of the management of the Covid-19 pandemic.

The CBT 2 will consist of 120 questions to be answered in 90 minutes. The exam will include questions on general awareness, mathematics, and general intelligence and reasoning.

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