Railway Recruitment Boards conduct NTPC 7th Phase exam on July 23, 2021, in computer-based mode consisting of 100 MCQs on General Awareness, Mathematics, and Reasoning, and General Intelligence. Candidates were given 90 minutes to attempt all the questions. The level of the first shift question paper was moderate to difficult.
Based on the reports, the exam is held at over 260 centers in 76 cities across the country. To avoid the risk of COVID-19 infection proper health safety measures and COVID protocols were followed at the exam centers. A frisking and contactless registration process took place at the exam centers, students said after the examination. The RRB NTPC 7th phase exam is scheduled on July 23, 24, 26, and 31, 2021, and more than 2.78 lakh candidates are expected to appear.
According to the schedule, NTPC 7th phase day 1 exam for the first shift is scheduled from 10:30 am to 12:00 pm. As the first shift examination is over, an analysis of today's exam will be shared shift-wise. The analysis of the NTPC 23rd July exam will be shared with the help of students and experts. The students coming out of the examination centers and giving their feedback regarding the difficulty level of the exam, questions will be shared thereafter.
As many as 100 multiple-choice type questions are being asked from the candidates.
Candidates were asked to strictly adhere to the COVID-19 related guidelines along with the call letter. The use of a face mask was mandatory. Candidates were allowed entry only if wearing a face mask and the face mask.
In the last shift examination, questions from the general awareness section were asked from current affairs of 2021, 2019 followed by static gk questions. 3-4 questions were from general science, 2-3 questions from the computer section were also there. Whereas, in the general reasoning section, the overall level of the 30 questions that were asked was 'moderate'.
In quantitative aptitude, the overall difficulty level of the Mathematics based questions was 'moderate to difficult level', although the feedback of the candidates' varies.