RRB Exam for Isolated and Ministerial Category begins from 15 December: Key Points on NTPC, Group D

The Railway Recruitment Boards (RRBs) shall host Computer-Based Test Stage-I for Isolated and Ministerial Category Examinations beginning from the 15th Date of December 2020 onwards in Social-Distanced Mode. The RRBs shall conduct the RRB CBT Examinations for Isolated and Ministerial Category, NTPC, Group D Posts. The Candidates will be issued E-Admit Cards 04 days before commencement of Computer-Based Tests.

By SC Sharma, Updated : Dec 02, 2020 15:35 IST
RRB Exam for Isolated and Ministerial Category begins from 15 December: Key Points on NTPC, Group D
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RRB Isolated & Ministerial Category Computer-Based Exam - 2020:  The Chairpersons, Railway Recruitment Boards have officially announced the Computer Based Examination Schedule  (Refer to CEN-03/2019 Recruitment of Various Posts of Isolated and Ministerial Categories).  There is a likelihood that the Computer Based Examinations for NTPC and Group "D" Posts concur with the Scheduled Dates.  Exact Examination Schedule for NTPC and Group D Posts Computer Based Test shall also follow any time now.   

RRB Computer-Based Test 2019:  The Railway Recruitment Boards (RRBs) shall host Computer-Based Test Stage-I for Isolated and Ministerial Category Posts commencing on the 15th of December up to the 23rd Date of December 2020.  The All-India Computer Based Test 2020 shall be held during the 15th up to the 23rd Dates of December 2020.  The RRB Computer Based Test for Isolated and Ministerial Category Posts shall be held for selection against 1663 Posts. 

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 There is a likelihood that the Computer-Based Examinations for NTPC and Group "D" also concur as per the Examination Schedule for the Isolated and Ministerial Category Posts. The Railway Recruitment Boards will host the Computer Based Examinations for Isolated and Ministerial Category, NTPC, Group D Posts in the Social-Distanced Computer Based Test Format in compliance with the Ministry of Home Affairs issued CoViD - 2019 Guidelines.   

RRB Exam E-Call Letters: The Candidates appearing in the Computer-Based Examinations for different Posts would be issued Call Letters / Admit Cards 04 Days prior to commencement of the Online Computer Based Tests. The Candidates would be informed through E-Mail Ids on downloading and printing out the Admit Cards. The E-Admit Cards downloaded by the Candidates will bear the Instructions and Information on the Examination Schedule, City and Reporting Time among others. 

The Candidates appearing in the RRB / RRC Computer Based Examinations shall need to carry the Essential Documents with their RRB Examination Admit Cards.  Such Candidates would also have to carry with them Self-Declared CoViD-2019 Letters mentioning CoViD-Asymptomatic / CoViD-Negative / CoViD-Symptomized.         

The RRBs shall activate the Link for the SC / ST Community Candidates thereby enabling them to view the Examination City & Date and downloading of Travelling Authority, which would be made available on all RRB Websites in due course of time, i.e. 10-days prior to commencement of the Computer Based Examinations. 

The Candidates are advised to visit the Regional Website concerned for all Pres Notices. 

According to Input available from the Sources, Close to 1.03 Lac Candidates registered/applied vide CEN 03/2019 in reference to the Isolated and Ministerial Categories (Stenographers and Teachers)  1663 Vacancies.   

Nearly 1.26 Crore Candidates registered/applied vide CEN 01/2019 Non-Technical Popular Categories (NTPC) (Station Master, Guards, Office Clerk and Commercial Clerk). is likely to be held commencing on the  28th December 2020 up to March-end 2021 

Close to 1.20 Crore Candidates registered/applied vide RRC 01/2019 (Level-I) (Track Maintainer, Points-Men and Various Level-I Employees)   Computer Based Test slated to be held tentatively in April - June 2021. 

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The Railway Recruitment Boards Computer-Based Test (Stage - I) aimed at Shortlisting the Candidates for Stage - II explained in the Notifications issued at times.  

Centralized Employment Notice (CEN) No. 03/2019 For Various Posts Of Ministerial And Isolated Categories 

Stage-1: Computer-Based Examination:    

Exam Duration: 90 Minutes for the Candidates other than PwBD and 120 Minutes for Persons with Benchmark Disabilities   

No of Multiple Choice Questions: 100  

Maximum Marks:  100  

Marking: +01 Mark for each Correct Response to the Assigned Objective Type Multiple Choice Questions in the Test Paper:  Deduction 0f 1/3rd or (0.33) Marks for each Incorrect Response / Multiple Answers to Multiple-Choice Questions in the Test Paper.   

Section-A: Professional Ability: 50 MCQs  = 50 Marks;  Section-B: General Awareness: 15 MCQs = 15 Marks; Section-C: General Intelligence and Reasoning: 15 MCQs = 15 Marks; Section-D: Mathematics: 10 MCQs = 10 Marks; Section E: General Science: 10 MCQs = 10 Marks;  Total Objective-Type 100 Multiple Choice Questions for Aggregate 100 Marks   

Centralized Employment Notice No. CEN 01/2019 For Non-Technical Popular Categories (NTPC) Graduate & Under-Graduate Posts: 

Stage-1: Computer-Based Examination:    

Exam Duration: 120 Minutes  

No of Multiple Choice Questions: 100  

Maximum Marks:  100  

Marking: +01 Mark for each Correct Response to the Assigned Objective Type Multiple Choice Questions in the Test Paper:  Deduction 0f 1/3rd or (0.33) Marks for each Incorrect Response / Multiple Answers to Multiple-Choice Questions in the Test Paper.   

Section-A: General Awareness: 40 MCQs  = 40 Marks;  Section-B: Mathematics: 30 MCQs= 30 Marks; Section-C: General Intelligence and Reasoning: 30 MCQs = 30 Marks: 103769 Vacancies  

RRB Centralised Employment Notice (CEN) No. RRC-01/2019 (Recruitment for Various Posts in Level 1)

Stage-1: Computer-Based Examination:    

Exam Duration: 90* Minutes  

No of Multiple Choice Questions: 100  

Maximum Marks:  100  

Marking: +01 Mark for each Correct Response to the Assigned Objective Type Multiple Choice Questions in the Test Paper:  Deduction 0f 1/3rd or (0.33) Marks for each Incorrect Response / Multiple Answers to Multiple-Choice Questions in the Test Paper: 

Section-A: General Science: 25 MCQs = 25 Marks Section-B: Mathematics: 25 MCQs= 25 Marks; Section-C: General Intelligence and Reasoning: 30 MCQs = 30 Marks and Section-D: General Awareness and Current Affairs: 20 MCQs  = 20 Marks Various Post Recruitment: 103769 Vacancies  

The Candidates may download respective RRB Computer-Based Examinations-2020 E-Admit Cards by logging into the Regional Website they are set to appear in the said RRB / RRC Computer-Based Tests-2020. 

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