1. RRB NTPC results 2016 likely in first week of November; 2nd stage exam thereafter

RRB NTPC results 2016 likely in first week of November; 2nd stage exam thereafter

RRB NTPC results 2016: Results for the Non-Technical Popular Category (NTPC) examinations of Railway Recruitment Board (RRB), which was expected to be announced in October, will be declared in first or second week of November by Board.

By: | New Delhi | Updated: October 31, 2016 4:41 PM
Dates for the second stage examination has been maintained as previous. (Reuters) Dates for the second stage examination has been maintained as previous. (Reuters)

RRB NTPC results 2016: Results for the Non-Technical Popular Category (NTPC) examinations of Railway Recruitment Board (RRB), which was expected to be announced in October, will be declared in first or second week of November by Board. However, dates for the second stage examination has been maintained as previous. It will be conducted in between the November to December period. So, aspirants are suggested to really get cracking.

The RRB NTPC exam was held between March-May months earlier this year, in which around 55 lakh candidates finally appeared. However, the board had received more than 93 lakh applications initially.

Results for the examination were expected to be declared by the end of October but it has been massively delayed. So, the candidates were in dilemma that whether to prepare seriously or wait for the final announcement. But the Board is not in the mood to extended the second stage examination date so hopefully is will announce the results soon.

The examination was held at 22 centres through CBT mode to fill up to 18,272 graduate posts of different Indian Railways units. Now, as Board is ready to announce results, students should not sit idle.

Those who clear the first stage can appear for the second stage, which is going to be tougher than previous one.

Sections in the second stage:

(A) General Awareness
(B) Arithmetic
(C) General Intelligence
(D) Reasoning

Duration of exam: 90 minutes

Number of questions: 120 (Multiple choice objective questions)

How to prepare:

Make a list to do: Candidates should make a list to complete the course and give appropriate time to every subject.

Time Management: To crack any examination time management works as ‘Brahmastra’. Perfect time management can lead you to success. Divide work and time aptly.

General Knowledge: Go through at least two newspaper a day. Read history and general awareness magazine. Current affairs magazines are also helpful.

If possible than join coaching for reasoning and mathematics. You can also opt for self reference books.

Finally, there are no substitute of concentration, dedication and hard work.

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