Bringing an end to the long wait of candidates has released the RRB NTPC answer keys of the written test held in March-April. All the 56 lakh candidates can now access the answer key by logging in at respective RRB zone portal. Objections can also be raised there.
Individual RRBs have uploaded the Question Papers, Answer Keys and Candidates’ Response for the exam on the websites from 00:00 Hrs. of 12 August. Candidates can submit their response till 23:59 Hrs. of 19 August.
The release of answer keys has brought relief to all the 56 lakh candidates who have been waiting anxiously for the result. This move definitely gives a positive view on the progress of RRB NTPC result.
Candidates are suggested to check the answer key. Objections can also be raised through special ‘objection tracker’.
Objections, if any, must be raised within this 19 August 2016.
Objections raised by the candidates will be considered and evaluated before processing of RRB NTPC result.
After the completion of the objection tracking procedure, RRBs will hold second stage examination as per the aforementioned conditions mentioned in CEN 03/2015.
Candidates have been waiting eagerly for the result of written examination held in the month of March-April. Board hasn’t disclosed any information regarding the written examination result.
Many rumours and assumptions have been buzzing around regarding the RRB NTPC result declaration. The board has taken active participation in the scrutiny process, and has been updating candidates regarding the same, time and again.
As of now, the Railway Boards has only cited RRB NTPC result declaration under ‘confidential process’. The Board has been giving updates on the progress of the result.
The objection tracker for questions and answer keys will remain open for a period of one week. Candidates can raise their objections through the tracker within the given time period.
The Boards will follow strict time regulations for the objection tracker. Hence candidates are suggested to keep a keen eye on RRB updates and not to miss this option.
The examination was jointly conducted by 21 RRBs across the nation in various centres across the country. The examination was held for 93 lakh candidates, though 56 lakh appeared for it.
One of the biggest recruitment examinations ever conducted by Indian Railways, RRB NTPC written exam, was held to recruit eligible candidates against 18252 vacancies in various non technical posts. The examination is considered to be world’s largest online examination ever.