RRB NTPC February 8 Answer Key: Shift 1 & 2 Paper Analysis, Asked Questions & Review

Railways Recruitment Boards on February 8 successfully conduct NTPC (CEN 1/2019) Computer-based exam for NTPC Stage 1 examination. Candidates who appear for the 8 February held 1st stage computer-based exam have a look at the 1st & 2nd shift paper analysis.

By Rohit Sindhu, Updated : Feb 09, 2021 11:58 IST
RRB NTPC February 8 Answer Key: Shift 1 & 2 Paper Analysis, Asked Questions & Review
RRB NTPC CBT 1 Examination- Photo/Representational

RRB NTPC Phase 3 Exam: Railway Recruitment Boards on Monday, February 8 successfully organize NTPC 3rd phase Computer-based exam for nearly 1 lakh candidates. The online exam is organized following the Covid19 safety guidelines at the centers across the country. The candidates who appear for the NTPC CBT 1 exam held on 8 January can check the availability of the Answer key at the websites of the RRBs.

Ahead of the publication of the NTPC CBT-1 Official answer-key, an analysis of the Morning and Afternoon shift would be facilitated to help candidates to visualize their performance in the online exam. A review of the NTPC 1st and 2nd shift paper with the help of experts' is also going to be facilitated here.

The candidates who have appeared or set to appear for Indian Railways conducted online exam for Non-Technical Popular categories 8 February 2021 examination under Phase 3 should go through the paper analysis of particular shift/day here.

Based on the reports, RRBS on Monday conducts the examination after a gap of two days under the Phase 3 exam scheduled from 31 January to 16 February 2021. The exam has conducted following the guidelines laid to tackle Covid19.

"A social-distancing could be seen inside and outside the examination hall, candidates were seen wearing face masks", an official said after the examination.

RRB NTPC February 8, 1st Shift Analysis and Asked questions: 

As far as the analysis of first shift examination is concerned, it is reported that the first shift paper level was moderate level. As many as 100 multiple-choice-based objective-type questions were there to answer on a computer-screen. The time duration of total of 90 minutes was given to the candidates.

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As many as 100 MCQs were asked from General Awareness, General Intelligence and Reasoning, and Mathematics sections. As many as 40 questions from General Awareness including GK, General Science, Computer Applications, 30 each from General Awareness & Mathematics.

Analysis for NTPC 8 February 2nd Shift exam: Analysis with the help of experts will be available only after the examination is over.

RRB NTPC Phase 3- Second Shift Paper Review- WifiStudy

Asked questions in the First Shift with Paper Analysis: Railway NTPC Exam Phase 3, Video Credit- WifiStudy

"The overall level of today's NTPC paper was easy to moderate. GS questions were a bit tricky but not hard", says a student after the examination.