Railway Recruitment Boards on behalf of Indian Railways conduct the NTPC phase 4 exam on March 2nd. The computer-based exam is held in two shifts following the social distancing and guidelines of the Ministry of Home Affairs. The first shift (Morning session) examination is over at 12:00 Noon for over 1 lakh candidates at the designated centres across the country. After the examination is over, an analysis of the paper is hereby being shared. The official Answer key of CEN 1/2019 Non-Technical Popular Category posts for CBT 1 would be displayed only after the examination is over at the websites of the recruitment boards.
As per the reports, the examination on Tuesday, March 2, 2021, is held successfully across all the examination centres. Students who take the NTPC examination on March 2nd, have shared their reviews and feedback on NTPC computer-based examination.
Review of RRB NTPC 2nd last day of Phase 4 examination for 1st and 2nd shift is going to be facilitated as shift 1 of examination is over. RRB NTPC answer key would be published in provisional and final mode, depending on objections received from the candidates. For reference of candidates, an analysis of shift 1 and 2 is facilitated here.
The 1st shift examination was held at designated test centres in allotted cities throughout the country. On Tuesday, reporting to candidates began at 7:30 AM for the 1st shift, entry was restricted at 9:15 AM. The exam kick-started at 10:30 AM and lasted at 12:00 am with 90 minutes time duration. An analysis of the Phase 4 examination is hereby shared-
Difficulty Level: The difficulty level of GK, Maths & Reasoning: Easy to moderate level
Here is NTPC Phase 4 Shift wise Analysis & review:
General Awareness: (Difficult Level) As many as 40 questions were asked from the section in the 1st shift. Current affairs of 2020 followed by static GK, International events, and happenings were a bit tricky.
Quantitative Aptitude: (Moderate Level)- 30 questions in Objective type format were asked including more than 3 questions were asked from the Number system, Time and Distance, Data Interpretation (Tabular), Geometry, and SI/ CI.
Reasoning: (Easy Level)- Questions from Puzzle, Coding-Decoding, Non-Verbal reasoning were enriched in the 1st shift examination.