The Railway Recruitment Board will release the 1st Stage Computer Based Test (CBT-1) RRB NTPC CEN 01/2019 Result on January 15, 2022. The results will be released on the official website rrbcdg.gov.in. The board held the CBT 1 from December 28, 2020, to July 31, 2021, in seven stages. Thousands of people from all around India took part in this exam. Candidates will be able to access their results online.
How to check RRB NTPC Results under the CEN 01/2019 notification?
Candidates can follow these steps to check RRB NTPC results for CEN 01/2019:
Step 1: Visit the official website of the RRB region they applied for.
Step 2: Search for the current notification area on the official website’s homepage, and you’ll find a direct link to check the results there.
Step 3: Candidates will be directed to the result website by clicking on the RRB NTPC CEN 01/2019 link.
Step 4: Log in with your information.
Step 5: Candidate’s RRB NTPC CBT 1 Result 2021 will be displayed on the screen when you click the “Show” result button.
Step 6: Take a printout of your results for future reference.
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By far the greatest recruiting test ever performed by any board or institution is the CEN 01/2019 NTPC examination. The RRB NTPC CBT-1 Exam was held for the purpose of filling 35281 vacancies in Non-Technical Popular Categories such as Clerk cum Typist, Accounts Clerk cum Typist, timekeeper, and so on.
Official Site of all the Railway Zones
The Railway Recruitment Board is divided into regions, each with its own official website. The NTPC results will be published on each region’s official portal.
|RRB Zone||Official Website|
|Jammu & Srinagar||rrbjammu.nic.in|
To complete the recruiting process, candidates who passed the RRB NTPC CBT-1 exam must pass the CBT-2 exam for all positions. The CBT-2 exam will be held from February 14th to February 18th, 2022. Candidates can find out their scores by adding together all the correct, wrong, and unattempted questions. According to the marking scheme, correct answers will receive 1 mark, incorrect answers will deduct 1/3 mark, and unattempted answers will receive no marks.