RRB NTPC 9 March Paper Analysis, Difficulty Level Shift 1 & 2 and Answer key availability explained

Non-Technical Popular Category posts CBT 1 exam on March 9, Tuesday is held successfully under Phase 5 schedule. RRBs hold NTPC computer-based examination in two shifts at centers designated across the country.

By Rohit Sindhu, Updated : Mar 09, 2021 17:22 IST
RRB NTPC 9 March Paper Analysis, Difficulty Level Shift 1 & 2 and Answer key availability explained
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Railway Recruitment Boards on Tuesday, March 9 conduct the NTPC Stage 1 Computer Based Test under the 5th Phase examination schedule. The examination is held following in two shifts i.e Morning session and Afternoon session at the designated centres across the country. As the examination is over, the candidates may have a look at the RRB NTPC 9th March 2021 held shift 1 and 2 paper analysis.

An analysis of the 1st shift online examination is given below. The second shift paper analysis will be available only after the examination is over. According to the schedule, the Computer-Based exam on March 9 is organized for Non-Technical Popular Categories Graduate and Undergraduate posts (CEN 1/2019) stage 1.

As far as the exam center report is concerned, the exam on Tuesday is held following social distancing and other guidelines. Applicants were only allowed wearing face masks and carrying e-Admit cards along with them. As many as 1 lakh candidates were to appear for the examination.

RRB NTPC Official Answer Key:

Railway Recruitment Boards would be releasing the official answer key, response sheet and an intimation regarding raising challenges against the preliminary key for the NTPC CBT 1 exam (computer-based test) on the official websites. The intimation regarding the same will be made through SMS, E-mail and official websites of the RRBs.

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Taking a leaf out of the students' reactions after the 1st shift exam along with the asked questions from GK, Reasoning, and Mathematics a review of the paper is hereby provided. Asked questions in the Morning session examination are taken-out here. An analysis of the 9th March 2021 held NTPC online exam for Shift 1 is as follows-

Should Read- RRB NTPC Question Paper Difficulty Level for Shift 1 and 2 Explained

RRB NTPC CBT question paper consisted of a total of 100 Multiple choice based Objective type questions carrying 1 mark each. There were 40 questions from the General Awareness section followed by 30 each of Mathematics and Reasoning. Candidates were given a total of 90 minutes time duration to attempt the Computer-based test.

Shift 1 Difficulty Level- Mathematics: Difficult, Reasoning- Easy, General Awareness- Moderate Level.

As per the initial reports received, the question paper was easy to a moderate level, except 4 to 5 questions asked were a bit tricky. Here is a detailed analysis of the 9th March first shift NTPC exam, along with Exampur experts' views on questions asked from the General Knowledge, Mathematics, and Reasoning section.

Asked questions in the first shift:

Q- E-Nam Portal was launched on- 14 April 2016 

Q- UNESCO World Heritage sites-

Q- Data processing include-

Q- Who is related to Cuttack- Subhash Chandra Bose

Q- Din-E-Ilahi started by- Akbar

Q- Parliament of Japan is called as- DIET

Q- Who invented X-Ray- Wilhelm Roentgen

Q- What is the base year of the Digital Payment Index launched by RBI- 1st January 2021

Q- Buxer Battle was held on- October 1764

Q- Ease of Doing Business India's rank- 79th

Q- Value of Sin 2100- 0.8660

Q- One on Simple Interest, 3 Trigonometry

RRB NTPC Analysis 9th March, Shift 1: Get detailed RRB NTPC exam review from experts after 12:10 PM.

Railways March 9 First Shift Paper Analysis- Video Credit- Great IQ

RRB NTPC 2nd Shift Analysis: The second shift Paper Analysis will be aired after the examination is over.

Reactions of students who appeared for the 2nd Shift examination- Great IQ- video courtesy.

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