🔥 RRB Sarkari Naukri | NTPC Group D Recruitment 2019: 1.40.640 vacancies for NTPC Groud D positions, notification of Railway Recruitment Board for details such as eligibility, application process | The questions about general awareness, math, and reasoning are answered in the exam. You need to know what the exam syllabus will be from December 15th
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The Railway Recruitment Board (RRB) will conduct the recruitment test for NTPC from December 15th. The recruitment of these positions was advertised in March 2019. Then the test is carried out. The board will also issue the admission ticket soon after the exam date is published. Once the entry ticket has been issued, candidates can download it from https://www.rrbcdg.gov.in/.
35,208 vacancies are admitted
As soon as the RRB NTPC Admit Card has been issued, the message is sent by the board to the registered mobile number of the applicant. Apart from this, the notification of the issuance of the ticket will be sent to the registered email address. The RRB NTPC exam fills 35,208 vacancies for various positions (security guard, office clerk, commercial clerk, etc.).
The recruitment process includes a two-step computerized test, a skill test / aptitude test, a document review and a medical test. Candidates must appear for the computer-based exam. Those clearing CBT must pass the proficiency test, DV, and medical exam for final selection.
RRB NTPC test pattern
The question paper contains a total of 100 questions, one of which is a grade. 25 questions from general science (GS), 25 questions from mathematics, 30 questions from the area of general intelligence and reasoning and 20 questions from the area of general awareness and current affairs are asked. The exam takes 90 minutes. There will be a negative rating and 1/3 rating will be deducted for each wrong answer.
A type test must be carried out in order to participate in these positions
The Typing Skill Test (TST) must be qualified in order to be hired for the positions of Senior Clerk Cum Typist, Junior Accounts Assistant cum Typist, Senior Time Keeper, Junior Clerk Cum Typist, Account Clerk Cum Typist and Junior Time Keeper .
Number system, decimals, fractions, LCM, HCF, fibers and proportion, percentage, measurement, time and labor, time and distance, simple and compound interest, profit and loss, elementary algebra, geometry, trignometry, elementary statistics
General intelligence and reasoning
Analog, alphabetical and number series, coding and decoding, math operations, relationships, jumble, Venn diagrams, data interpretation and sequences, consultation and decision making, similarities and differences, analytical thinking, classification, direction, statements – arguments and perceptions.
General awareness of general issues
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 CBSE grade 10), history of India and freedom struggle, physical, social and economic geography of India and the World, Indian Politics and Government Constitution and Political Systems, General Scientific and Technological Developments, Environmental Issues, Basics of Computers and Computer Applications, General 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 Organization of India.