NTPC 2020 Exam Date Released: The applicants who had applied for the RRB NTPC, their exam of CBT 1 will start on 28th December and will be accomplished by the end of March 2020. Railway Recruitment Board (RRBs) has released RRB NTPC Exam Date on December 1, 2020.
RRB will conduct all railway exams like RRB NTPC, RRC Group D, and RRB Ministerial And Isolated Categories from 15th of December 2020 to April 2021. As many as 1.26 crore candidates have applied for this examination. A detailed exam schedule for RRB NTPC 2020 exam has already been released by the Board which is mentioned below.
NTPC 2020 Exam Date Highlights
- Due to some issues the exam was delayed for a long but now it is a good news for the aspirants that the exam date has been declared as 28 December.
- At the entry gate, RRB NTPC admit card and photo-identity proof will be checked before allowing candidates to enter the exam hall.
- According to the RRB process, the details of the exams including exam venue, date and time will be released 10 days before the exam along with train passes for SC and ST candidates.
- Links for downloading e-call letters will be made live 4 days prior to the exam date on the official websites of all RRBs.
- RRB has also announced the exam date for Railway Group D – Level 1 exam 2019-20. The exam is scheduled to commence from April 2021 onwards.
- Railway Board had notified 35,277 vacancies for RRB Non-Technical Popular Categories (NTPC) recruitment before the pre COVID-19.
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- Should know according to our scriptures what else reading and learning is still left?
NTPC 2020 Exam Date: RRB Conducts Following Exams
The Railway Recruitment Board conducts the following RRB exams to recruit candidates for various Techincal and Non-Technical positions:
- RRB NTPC
- RRB ALP
- RRB JE
- RRB Group D
- RRB Ministerial and Isolated Categories
What Is RRB NTPC?
RRB ( Railway Recruitment board) conducts the Non technical popular Categories exams everytime according to their requirements for the various designations i.e Junior Clerk, Typist, Junior Time keeper, Trains Clerk, Station Master, Commercial Apprentice and many more.
When Will the RRB NTPC 2020 CBT Stage 1 Exam Be Conducted?
The Stage I Computer Based Test for RRB NTPC 2020 exam is scheduled to be conducted from December 28, 2020 to March 2021.
What Is RRB NTPC Syllabus 2020?
The RRB NTPC syllabus comprises topics from General Awareness, Mathematics and General Intelligence and Reasoning. The topics are basically of Class 12 and graduation level.
How One Can Prepare for the RRB NTPC Exam?
Candidates are advised to practice sample papers or previous years question papers for every topic.
How to Apply for RRB NTPC Exam?
- Candidates could fill the RRB NTPC application form on official website online.
- Eligibility for RRB NTPC Exam.
- The candidate must check his/her eligibility before applying for any exam.
NTPC 2020 Exam Date: Eligibility for Applying
First of all, the applicant must be from India, Nepal or Bhutan. Age limit for applying is 18 years to 30 years for Generals and the maximum age limit is 33 years as of 1st January 2019 but there is relaxation of 3-5 years respectively for the obc and Sc/Sts. (Terms and conditions apply). If the candidate is under graduate then he/she must have passed 10+2 or should be graduate from any recognised University .
What Is the Exam Pattern of RRB NTPC Exam?
The first stage CBT of RRB NTPC carries 100 questions from General Awareness, Mathematics and General Intelligence and Reasoning. Candidates will get 90 minutes to solve these questions.
What Is the Selection Process of RRB NTPC 2019-20?
The selection process of RRB NTPC 2019-20 includes the following 4 stages: 1st Stage Computer Based Test (CBT), 2nd Stage Computer Based Test (CBT), Typing Skill Test by/Computer Based Aptitude Test (as applicable) & Document Verification/Medical Examination.
Candidates Have To Carry Self Declaration Covid-19 Form
- Candidates will have to wear masks at the examination centre considering corona virus guidelines.
- On the exam day, candidates have to carry a COVID-19 self-declaration form and produce at the entry. Without the declaration,candidates will not be allowed to sit in the exam.
- This year, the student’s biometric impressions will not be captured at the examination centers.
- Candidates will be checked for their body temperature at the exam center.
- Candidates having body temperature more than the prescribed limit will not be allowed to sit in the exam. For these candidates, the exam will be held on a different day.
Never Do Arbitrary Worship
To be successful in life one needs determination and perseverance and to find peace one needs to follow the path of spirituality and no human should ever do devotion against the will of God/arbitrary worship/against scriptures.
According to our holy Scriptures Kabir Saheb ji is Supreme God and Kabir saheb ji says;
Pothi padh padh jag mua, Pundit bhya na koy।
Dhaii akhar prem ke, Padhe so pandit hoy।।
Kabir ji says, Lord Brahma crammed all the Vedas and taught others, but reading all the Vedas/books/scriptures does not make a person intelligent and the only requirement of education is to know who is the One God (SupremeGod/Almighty) and get liberation from this deadly land. The main course for this human body is to identify God, worship Him, obey Him, and worship until death the way He teaches and reach the destination (Satlok).