RRB NTPC Exam 2020: Railway Recruitment Board (RRB) concludes 2nd shift NTPC Computer-based test at 2 pm. The 2nd shift examination is conducted following the social-distancing guidelines at centres designated by the RRB Chennai. Candidates appear for the NTPC 2nd Shift (03.00 pm to 4.30 pm) Computer based test, are here provided as for reference an analysis of paper alongwith difficulty level.
According to the experts' the difficulty level of the 2nd shift NTPC CEN 01/2019 (Graduate and Undergraduate posts) exam is comparatively complex than of first shift. Questions from the General Awareness and Reasoning are termed a-bit time consuming and of difficult level.
While interacting with the candidates coming out of the centre, it is also reported that a few questions from Mathematics e.g of Number System, DI, Trigonometry functions were time consuming. "Questions from Reasoning section were comparatively easier than of first shift", a candidate said after the exam is over.
However, candidates from the examination centre have told SeeLatest sources told that the overall difficulty level of the Afternoon shift of 28th December is average and similar to the first shift exam that lasted at 10:30 am.
As many as 100 questions were asked from the candidates appeared for NTPC December 28, second shift computer-based paper held across different parts of the country. In a time duration of 90 minutes candidates have to answer the questions from General Awareness, Reasoning, and Quantitative Aptitude.
RRB NTPC 2nd Shift Overall Paper Level- Easy
On being asked the paper review, a student at exam centre said, "Except 2-3 questions Mathematics was easy. Two to three questions were asked from Current Affairs, reasoning section was also easy".
Questions asked in 2nd Shift Exam-
Q- Full form of NRU? Not recently used
Q- Who won the Nobel Prize 2020 in Economics- Paul Milgram
Q- MOPILA rebel happened in which year? 1920 in Kerala
Q- 6 Questions from Circular table, people sitting facing each-other
Q- Jalianwala Bag- 1919, Montegue Chemsford
Q- Headquarter of UNSC- New York
Q- City of Saffron- Jammu Kashmir
Q- D12 is known as? heavy water
Q- CEO of Nokia- Pekka Lundmark
Q- Chairman of BAFTA? K Majumdar
Q- Head Quarter of BARC? Bombay
Q- Rays come from which section of Sun- Photosphere
Shift 2 Paper Analysis, Video Credit- Exampur