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RRB NTPC 2016 result for Thiruvananthapuram region out! Check your results @rrbthiruvananthapuram.gov.in

Speed News Desk | Updated on: 10 February 2017, 1:39 IST

Railway Recruitment Board (RRB) Non Technical Popular Categories (NTPC) results 2016 for Thiruvananthapuram region has been declared. The results of candidates, which were visible till 10 minutes ago, has suddenly been pulled down by the RRB Thiruvananthapuram zone.

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RRB NTPC exam for Thiruvananthapuram region was held from 28 March to 3 June, 2016.

"Result of first stage CBT of CEN 03/2015 has been published. Can be viewed on the results page of this website," says a notice on the official website.

Another notification stated: "Combined shortlist for the posts of Commercial Apprentice (Cat-1), Traffic Apprentice (Cat-2), Goods Guard (Cat-4), Jr. Accounts Assistant-cum-Typist (Cat-5), Sr.Clerk cum- Typist (Cat-6) and Assistant Station Master (Cat-7)."

Click here to view your RRB NTPC result."Based on the performance in the 1st Stage Examination {Computer Based Test (CBT)} conducted during the period from 28.03.2016 to 03.05.2016 by this RRB for various posts of NTPC (Graduate) categories against CEN-03/2015, the candidates bearing following Roll Numbers (14 digits) arranged in ascending order (not in order of merit) horizontally have been provisionally shortlisted to appear in common 2nd Stage examination (CBT)," said another notice.

Overall, 2,73,780 lakh candidates are expected to qualify for RRB NTPC stage 2 or Mains (Stage 2 CBT) exams. Over 56 lakh candidates had applied for the test.

About 18,252 vacancies have been announced by the Railways Recruitment Board this year. Candidates equal to 15 times of 18,252 will be called for the second stage exam, which will be based on the merit list. This was informed in a notice issued by the Railways. Which means, just 4.8% candidates (273780 of 56 lakh) will be called for the next level of examination.

First published: 18 November 2016, 10:13 IST