RRB NTPC Recruitment 2019
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The Railway Recruitment Board (RRB) will carry out the recruitment tests for non-technical popular categories (NTPC) according to CEN 01/2019 from December 15, 2020. The discontinuation notification was published in February 2019. The application process was carried out in the month of March last year. The detailed examination schedule will be published shortly on the RRB official website.

The RRB NTPC exam is conducted to fill 35,208 positions for various positions (security guard, office clerk, commercial clerk, etc.).

Now that there are only three months left, candidates should provide a brief summary of the exam scheme and its curriculum.

Selection process: The recruitment process consists of two phases of computer-based tests: skill test / computer-based aptitude test, document review and medical examination.

Candidates must appear for a computer-based test. Those who complete the CBT must pass the Skill Test, DV, and Medical Exam for final selection.

“The first-level CBT is screening in nature and the standard of questions for the CBT will generally correspond to the educational standards prescribed for the positions. The normalized 1st level CBT score is used for the brief listing of candidates for the 2nd level CBT based on their merit. Candidates who are shortlisted for the CBT of the 2nd level and who use the reservation advantages of OBC (NCL) / SC / ST / EWS, PwBD and ExSM will continue to be only eligible for OBC (NCL) / SC / ST / EWS, PwBD and ExSM for all take into account subsequent phases of the hiring process, ”the notification said.

RRB NTPC test pattern: The question paper contains a total of 100 questions with one grade each. There are 25 General Science (GS) questions, 25 Math questions, 30 General Intelligence and Reasoning, and 20 General Awareness and Current Affairs questions. The exam takes 90 minutes.

Negative mark: There will be a negative rating and 1/3 rating will be deducted for each wrong answer.

CURRICULUM:

The questions are objective and have multiple choices (MCQ).

mathematics – Number system, decimals, fractions, LCM, HCF, ratio and proportions, percentage, measurement, time and labor, time and distance, simple and compound interest, profit and loss, elementary algebra, geometry and trigonometry, elementary statistics, etc.

General intelligence and reasoning – Analogies, alphabet and number series, coding and decoding, math operations, relationships, syllogism, confusion, Venn diagram, data interpretation and deficiency, conclusions and decision-making, similarities and differences, analytical reasoning, classification, instructions, statements – arguments and assumptions, etc. .

General awareness of current affairs

Current events of national and international importance, games and sports, arts and culture of India, Indian literature, monuments and places of India, general science and life sciences (up to 10th CBSE), history of India and struggle for freedom, physical, social and economic geography of India and the world , Indian Politics and Government Constitution – Constitution and political system, general scientific and technological developments, including the Space and Nuclear Program of India, the United Nations and other major world organizations, environmental issues relating to India and the world at large, fundamentals of computers and computer applications, in use Abbreviations, Transportation Systems in India, Indian Economy, Famous People of India and the World, Flagship Government Programs, Flora and Fauna of India, Major Government and Public Sector Organizations in India, etc.

CBT 2nd stage:

The preselection of candidates for the 2nd CBT is based on the normalized grades they received in the first stage of the CBT (screening test) and the options for different positions they hold, taking into account the educational qualification of the candidate, i.e. 10+ 2 or the graduate.

SYLLABUS FOR CBT Level 2

Mathematics: Number system, decimals, fractions, LCM, HCF, ratio and proportions, percentage, measurement, time and labor, time and distance, simple and compound interest, profit and loss, elementary algebra, geometry and trigonometry, elementary statistics, etc.

General intelligence and reasoning: Analogies, completion of series of numbers and alphabets, coding and decoding, mathematical operations, similarities and differences, relationships, analytical thinking, syllogism, confusion, Venn diagrams, puzzles, lack of data, conclusions and conclusions, statements and actions, decision-making, maps, Interpretation of graphics, etc.

General awareness: Current events of national and international importance, games and sports, arts and culture of India, Indian literature, monuments and places of India, general science and life sciences (up to 10th CBSE), history of India and struggle for freedom, physical, social and economic geography of India and the World, Indian politics and government constitution and political system, general scientific and technological developments, including the space and nuclear program of India, the United Nations and other major world organizations, environmental issues relating to India and the world at large, fundamentals of computers and computer applications, common abbreviations , Transportation Systems in India, Indian Economy, Famous People of India and the World, Flagship Government Programs, Flora and Fauna of India, Major Government and Public Sector Organizations in India, etc.

Check the official notification

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