RRB NTPC Result 2021: Railway Recruitment Board (RRB) is expected to release the RRB NTPC result on its official website. Candidates who are waiting for their Computer Based Test (CBT) 1 result should keep their eyes on the official website.
As per reports, the RRB NTPC Result is likely to be released in the first or second week of October. RRB will also release the cut-off marks along with the NTPC result.
RRB NTPC CBT 1 was conducted from December 28, 2020, to July 31, 2021. The examination was held in seven phases to fill 35,208 vacancies under the Non-Technical Popular Categories (NTPC) Exam.
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Earlier, RRB NTPC Exam was to be held in 6 phases. But, got postponed after April 8 and resumed in July 2021 concluding the RRB NTPC first stage examinations in 7 phases.
RRB NTPC Exam Result 2021: Qualifying Marks Details
As per reports, the minimum percentage required to qualify for the exam in various categories are as follow:
OBC (non-creamy layer)- 30%
However, relaxation in percentages of marks may be given to PwBD candidates by 2%.
Once the result gets declared, candidates can check their RRB NTPC Result 2021 on the official regional websites of RRB.
Know how to check RRB NTPC CBT 1 Result 2021:
- Visit the official region websites of RRBClick on the result link
- Check your RRB region result
- RRB NTPC Result 2021 PDF will display on the website
- List of qualified candidates will be shown
- Download the list to find whether you are selected or not
RRB NTPC Exam comprises of four stages- CBT 1, CBT 2, Skill Test followed by Verification/Medical Examination. Candidates will be called for the medical test and document verification process. After qualifying all stages, candidates will be granted the post based on merit.
Note: To know more updates of RRB NTPC Results, candidates are advised to visit the RRB region websites regularly.
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