RRB NTPC Exam Admit Card -
Railway Recruitment Board will release the admit cards of eligible candidates 10 days before the commencement of the exam. Interested candidates can keep a track of their application status through the online application status checking facility – whether the Board has accepted their application or not. To download admit card, the candidates need to check their exam date depending upon the respective RRB zone. The admit cards will be issued by RRB.
Frequently Asked Questions -
Q: When will RRB NTPC exam take place?
A: Railway Recruitment Board has not confirmed the date yet. Hence, it is advised to check the official website from time to time.
Q: Is RRB NTPC an offline mode exam?
A: The RRB NTPC 2018 is a two-stage (the preliminary and the main) computer-based test.
Q: Do applicants have to find their RRB zone to apply for NTPC exam?
A: Visit the official website of Indian Railways. Candidates need to choose their region for which they want to apply. There are 21 RRB zones all over the country.
Q: Brief me about the age-based eligibility?
A: The minimum age of the applicant should be 18 years. The upper age limit of the applicant should not exceed 32 years at the time of applying. However, general category candidates are exempted from age relaxation, whereas candidates from other categories (SC/ST/OBC/PWD) can avail the facility. For SC/ST candidates, the age relaxation is 5 years. For OBC candidates, it is 3 years. For Persons with Disabilities, it is 10 years.
Q: How do I know that my application will be accepted?
A: There is an ‘application status’ link on the official website. After submitting the online form, you can keep a track of it. Once your application is accepted, you will be able to download the admit card when it is released by RRB.
Q: What will be the question type – will be the descriptive or objective type?
A: Both the prelims and the mains will have objective type questions.
Q: Is there negative marking scheme?
A: Yes, there is negative marking for every wrong answer. 1/4th mark will be deducted for each incorrect answer.
Q: Who is the conducting authority of Non-Technical Popular Categories exam?
A: RRB or Railway Recruitment Board is the conducting authority. There are 21 RRBs across the country.