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RRB NTPC Result 2016: Cutoffs marks announced for various regions

Ipsita Sarkar | Updated on: 8 December 2016, 13:56 IST

Railway Recruitment Board (RRB) Non-Technical Popular Courses (NTPC) exam 2016 was finally declared on Wednesday afternoon. Official notifications on various RRB websites stated that based on the performance in the 1st Stage Examination {Computer Based Test (CBT)} by RRB region for various posts of NTPC (Graduate) categories against CEN-03/2015, names of shortlisted candidates bearing Roll Numbers (14 digits) have been announced. These candidates are now eligible to appear for the 2nd Stage Examination {Computer Based Test (CBT)} to be held by individual RRB region.

Here's a quick look at the announced Cutoffs for various regions:

RRB Allahabad Cut-off Marks (Normalised)

RRB Secunderabad Cut-off Marks (Normalised)

RRB Malda Cut-off Marks (Normalised)

RRB Kolkata Cut-off Marks (Normalised)

RRB Thiruvananthapuram Cut-off Marks (Normalised)

RRB Mumbai Cut-off Marks (Normalised)

RRB Bhopal Cut-off Marks (Normalised)

RRB Bilaspur Cut-off Marks (Normalised)

RRB Ajmer Cut-off Marks (Normalised)

RRB Chandigarh

According to emerging reports, the general cut-off for RRB Chandigarh has crossed 82.

About 4.8% or 2.7 lakh candidates have cleared the Stage 1 exam. A total of 18,252 vacancies were announced by Railways Recruitment Board for 2016. Candidates equal to 15 times of 18,252 will be called for the second stage exam, which will be based on the merit list.

The exams were held over eight months ago, from 28 March to 30 April, 2016.

Originally scheduled to be declared around August, the Railway Boards have been deferring the results of RRB NPTC for sometime now. The Boards attributed the delay to the massive number of test takers. Over 56 lakh candidates appeared for the test.

Last month, RRB Thiruvananthapuram Region announced the results and dates of RRB NTPC stage 2 exam, only to withdraw everything within a few hours. The Board said that a draft of results data were uploaded on the official website only to test the servers. 'Final results will be uploaded shortly', it added.

First published: 8 December 2016, 13:56 IST
 
Ipsita Sarkar @piercingharmony

Ipsita writes on education with focus on schools, higher education (engineering, B-Schools), HRD ministry, policies, and startup ecosphere. She's previously worked with Hindustan Times and Shiksha.com.

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