RRB NTPC Admit Card 2019 to be out next week @ rrbonlinereg.in: Here’s how to download

RRB NTPC Admit Card 2019 to be out next week @ rrbonlinereg.in: Here’s how to download

RRB NTPC Admit Card 2019 to be out next week @ rrbonlinereg.in: Here’s how to download

RRB NTPC Admit Card 2019: The Railway Recruitment Board (RRB) is all set to release the RRB Non-Technical Popular Categories (NTPC) Recruitment Exam 2019 admit cards next week. All the candidates who have applied for RRB NTPC can download the admit cards from the official website, the link for which is rrbonlinereg.in

RRB NTPC Exam 2019: Dates

As per the official notice, the RRB NTPC is tentatively scheduled between June – September 2019.

How to download RRB NTPC Admit Card 2019:

  • Log on to the official websites of RRBs
  • On the homepage, click on ‘RRB NTPC 2019 admit card’ link
  • Enter your registration id and other details
  • RRB NTPC admit cards will be displayed on the screen
  • Download it and take print out of the same for future use.

Direct link: https://rrbonlinereg.co.in/

RRB NTPC Admit Card 2019: Details of the vacancy

Total posts: 35,277 vacancies

Name of the post:

  • Junior Clerks
  • Accounts Clerk Short Typist
  • Junior Time Keeper
  • Trainee Clerk
  • Ticket Clerk
  • Traffic Assistant
  • Goods Guards

Pay scale of RRB NTPC:

The information will be given on the basis of seventh pay scale.

Selection procedure:

The recruitment process shall involve 1st Stage Computer Based Test (CBT), 2nd Stage Computer Based Test (CBT), Typing Skill Test/Computer Based Aptitude Test (as applicable) and Document Verification/Medical Examination.

Exam pattern for RRB NTPC CBT 1, CBT 2

  • CBT 1 Examination will be of 100 marks. It has 40 points of General Awareness, 30 marks for Mathematics and 30 points for General Intelligence and Reasoning
  • CBT 2 Exam will be of 120 marks in total. It includes 50 for General Awareness, 35 for Mathematics and 35 marks for General Intelligence and Reasoning
  • A total of 90-90 minutes will be given for both examinations.
  • There will be negative marking.

Qualifying marks: The candidates need to secure a minimum T-Score of 42 marks in each of the test batteries to qualify. This is applicable to all candidates irrespective of community or category i.e. irrespective of SC/ST/OBC-NCL/EWS/PwBD/Ex SM and no relaxation in the minimum T-Score is permissible.

Normalisation of marks: Short listing of Candidates for various stages shall be based on the normalized marks obtained by them whenever CBT is conducted in multiple sessions for the same syllabus. The normalization scheme to be adopted for 1stStage CBT and2ndStage CBT is detailed in following paragraphs.

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