RRB NTPC Result 2022: RRB NTPC CBT-1 Result has been released. Candidates can check their results by visiting their regional RRB websites. However, the result has not yet been uploaded on all RRB websites. At present, the result has been uploaded on the website of Muzaffarpur RRB Region. On the website of Muzaffarpur RRB Region, Ticket Clerk, Good Guard, Station Master recruitment results and their closure can be seen for many posts. The NTPC CBT-1 exam was conducted from December 28, 2020 to July 31, 2021. However, the result has not yet been uploaded on all RRB websites. Candidates who qualify for the CBT-1 exam are eligible to sit for the CBT-2 exam. Candidates who qualify for CBT-1 will be shortlisted for CBT-2. The CBT-2 exam is scheduled for February 14-18, 2022.
RRB NTPC Result 2022 Live Updates: View Live Result Updates Here
Through this recruitment exam, 35,208 positions of Senior Timekeeper, Commercial Apprentice, Stationmaster, Traffic Assistant, Senior Commercial cum Ticket Clerk, Goods Guard, Junior Clerk cum Typist will be filled.
– More than one crore candidate had applied for RRB NTPC CBT-1 2019. The exam was conducted in seven stages from December 2020 to July 2021.
RRB NTPC Result 2022: RRB Muzaffarpur Region NTPC Recruitment Result Declared, Check Here
CEN 01/2019 (NTPC Undergraduate Level 2 Post): CLICK HERE to view the 1st Stage Result (CBT) Limits.
Result of 1st Stage (CBT) for NTPC (Undergraduate Level 2) Post by CEN 01/2019
Result of 1st Stage (CBT) for NTPC (Undergraduate Level 3) Post by CEN 01/2019
Result of 1st Stage (CBT) for NTPC (Graduate Level 6) Post by CEN 01/2019
Result of 1st Stage (CBT) for NTPC (Graduate Level 5) Posts at CEN 01/2019
CEN 01/2019 (NTPC Graduate Level 5 Posts) : CLICK HERE to view the cut-offs of the 1st Stage (CBT) result
CEN 01/2019 (NTPC Graduate Level 6 Post): CLICK HERE to view First Stage Result Limits (CBT)
CEN 01/2019 (NTPC Undergraduate Level 3 Post): CLICK HERE to view the 1st Stage Result (CBT) Limits
Here we provide the direct links of all RRB websites for your convenience –
Ahmedabad, patna, ajmer , Allahabad,
banglore , Bhopal, Bhubaneshwar, Bilaspur, Chandigarh, Chennai,
Guwahati, jammu, Kolkata, malda, Mumbai,
Muzaffarpur, ranchic, secunderabad, siliguri, Trivendr
Result declared through standardization process
Railway Recruitment Board prepared the result through a standardization process. Let us tell you that Railways follow the method of grade normalization in recruitment exams. When the exam is taken in several shifts and for several days, there is a possibility to vary the difficulty of the question form. The Marks Normalization formula is widely applied to bring uniformity in the difficulty of the questions. The marks of all candidates who appeared on the exam are normalized according to a formula.