RRB NTPC Admit Card, Exam Schedule, Official Website, Dos and Dont’s Sarkari Naukri

RRB NTPC CBT-1 part 2 admit card 2020: The admit card of the Railway Recruitment Board (RRB) Non-Technical Popular Categories (NTPC) part 2 recruitment examination is anticipated to be launched on January 12. Since the second state of CBT-1 will likely be held from January 16 and as per the notification, the admit card is launched 4 days forward of the examination, candidates can examine their regional web sites tomorrow for the admit card.

The candidates who will get their RRB NTPC admit card or corridor ticket by way of their respective area primarily based official web sites, as an example, candidates from Allahabad area will get admit card from The second part of CBT-1 is scheduled to be held from January 16 to 30. The first part of examination was commenced from December 28 and will likely be concluded on January 13.

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RRB NTPC CBT-1 part 2 admit card 2020: Here are the regional web sites to obtain corridor ticket

The admit card is on the market for obtain on the region-based official web sites. Here’s the list-

— RRB Guwahati –
— RRB Jammu –
— Kolkata –
— Malda –
— Mumbai –
— Muzaffarpur –
— Patna –
— Ranchi –
— Secunderabad –
— Ahmedabad –
— Ajmer –
— Allahabad –
— Bangalore –
— Bhopal –
— Bhubaneshwar –
— Bilaspur –
— Chandigarh –
— Chennai –
— Gorakhpur –
— Siliguri –
— Thiruvananthapuram –

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Steps to obtain corridor ticket

The candidates can obtain the corridor ticket by way of the area primarily based web sites. Enter registration quantity and date of delivery as password. Hall ticket will seem on the display. Download, take a print out for additional reference.

The paper sample of NTPC examination will likely be held in three phases — computer-based exams (CBT 1, CBT 2) adopted by an interview. The normalised rating of the primary stage CBT will likely be used for shortlisting candidates for second stage CBT, primarily based on their advantage.

Follow these section-wise preparation suggestions of NTPC examination

General Awareness

General Awareness is an unlimited subject to cover, nonetheless it’s also one of many excessive scoring sections within the RRB examination. As the questions are factual, the candidates must memorise essential information from historical past, geography and present affairs. Also, undergo the fundamentals of all the topics from NCERT (particularly science, economics and polity), and seem in additional General Knowledge (GK) exams as doable. The candidates might seek the advice of Lucent’s General Knowledge ebook for preparation.


For arithmetic, the candidates want to organize for subjects primarily based on developments of earlier years’ papers. Apart from practising the chapters totally, get be taught to know the shortcut methods that can assist to resolve sums at some time. The candidates must be very thorough with formulae, tables, squares, cubes, sq. roots, dice roots, in order that they don’t have to assume a lot throughout the examination. Apart from NCERT, books just like the Advance Maths by Rakesh Yadav, Quantitative Aptitude by RS Aggarwal and, Fast Track by Rajesh Verma are good for railway recruitment examination preparations.

General Intelligence and Reasoning

Coding-decoding, puzzles are probably the most tough subjects on this part, due to this fact, give extra time to follow. For puzzles, the candidates can observe the books — Reasoning Puzzle Mania, A Modern Approach to Verbal and Non-Verbal Reasoning by RS Aggarwal, New Approach to Reasoning Verbal, Non-Verbal and Analytical by BS Sijwali and Indu Sijwali, Test of Reasoning by Edgar Thorpe, Lucent’s General Intelligence and Reasoning, as shared by Abhishek Patil, CEO, Oliveboard.

The recruitment drive are being held for 35,208 posts.


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