Railway Recruitment Boards have conducted the first shift NTPC online exam (CBT 1) on Wednesday, March 3. The examination is held for the last day of the Phase 4 exam scheduled from 15 February 2021 to March 3, 2021. The examination is successfully held at the designated centres allocated by the Indian Railways, maintaining the social-distancing. Candidates who appear for the March 3, 2021, 1st shift or 2nd shift NTPC exam can go through the paper analysis and review that are being shared with the help of experts.
The first shift (Morning session) examination is over at 12:00 Noon of over 1 lakh candidates who had registered in 2019 for CEN 01/2019. As the students coming out of the exam centres and share their views on asked questions in examination and the difficulty level, feedbacks are being provided here.
An analysis of the 1st shift paper is going to be providing on the basis of students' reactions on the NTPC 3rd March exam with difficulty level and asked questions.
According to the media reports, the Railways examination is conducted maintaining the guidelines laid by the Ministry of Home Affairs, Govt. of India. Following the instructions, the candidates are strictly instructed to adhere to the guidelines as mentioned in their Call Letters. Students are seen wearing a face mask/cover outside the examination centre.
As the examination is over a detailed analysis of 100 marks computer-based examination that consisted of questions from General Awareness, Mathematics and Reasoning is provided here.
RRB NTPC 3rd March 1st Shift Analysis:
A total of 100 MCQs were asked on the computer screen and to be answered in a duration of 90 minutes. The 40 questions from General Awareness and 30 questions each from General Intelligence & Reasoning, and Numerical Aptitude.
The overall difficulty level of the first shift exam is "Easy". The exam commenced at 10:00 AM in the morning and lasted at 12:00 Noon.
After the CBT 1 examination is over for all phases, RRBs would be publishing on the respective websites the official Answer key, Response sheets, questions papers with an aim to invite challenges from the candidates.