RRB NTPC Examination Results 2021: The result of CBT-1 of NTPC Recruitment may be declared soon. This examination was conducted in seven phases and the last phase examination has ended on July 31.
The first stage CBT for Non-Technical Popular Category (NTPC) Recruitment conducted by Railway Recruitment Board (RRB) has been conducted and now candidates are eagerly waiting for its results. This examination, which was conducted to recruit about 35,000 posts, was completed in seven phases. The last phase examination for this recruitment has ended on July 31 and RRB has also released the answer key for the same. In this recruitment of NTPC, candidates will have to appear in CBT-2 after being successful in CBT-1 and then appear in skill test and medical test according to the posts.
According to various media reports, the result of CBT-1 of NTPC recruitment may be declared this month. However, no official information has come in this regard yet. Candidates should keep an eye on the official website for information regarding the results of CBT-1. It is noteworthy that after the declaration of results, candidates can check the same on the official website of RRB or the website of their zone with the help of registration numbers and other details.
The results are being prepared on the basis of the system of normalization, the system of
normalization is to be implemented in this examination conducted by RRB. In the notification issued for this recruitment, it has been mentioned that the system of normalization will be applicable in the written examination (CBT) to be conducted for NTPC recruitment. After the system of normalization is implemented in this examination, its effect will also be seen on the candidates.
How will it affect you?
The effect of this system of normalization will also directly affect you. Difficult questions come in a shift of the exam to be conducted in different shifts, then easy questions come in a shift, and in such a situation the system of normalization is implemented in the examinations to prevent uneven distribution of marks. In this arrangement, according to a formula, some extra marks are given to the candidates of the shift in which the difficult questions come and some marks are deducted for the candidates of the shift in which the easy questions come so that all the candidates are given get equal opportunity. So, if in this exam you have got difficult questions in your shift then you may get some extra marks and if you have come easy questions in your shift then your marks may also be deducted.