New Delhi: In a breather for over 93 lakh candidates who appeared from across the country for the coveted recruitment test, the Railway Recruitment Board (RRB) Wednesday released the Answer Key of the Non-Technical Popular Category (NTPC) 2016 Exam on its official website.
The interested candidates can check and raise their objections if any directly by clicking on the website.
Once on the above page, enter user ID and password to log in. After logging in, the candidates can object their answers if required.
Meanwhile, the Railway Recruitment Board (RRB) itself has not officially announced any date to announce the results but multiple media reports citing board sources said the Non-Technical Popular Category (NTPC) 2016 Exam results will be declared by August end or first week of September..
According to the sources, the RRB officials said that results of NTPC 2016 exam are still under process and it seems that Railway exam results might take 3-4 weeks time to be published.
Once declared, the Non-Technical Popular Category (NTPC) 2016 Exam results will be available for download on the Railway Recruitment Board (RRB) official website www.indianrailways.gov.in.
The candidates can directly jump to the Railway Recruitment Board (RRB) official website by clicking on the above link and following the steps given below to check their Non-Technical Popular Category (NTPC) 2016 Exam results.
- Go to the official website by clicking here www.indianrailways.gov.in
- Search and click on the link labelled 'NTPC Exam Results 2016'
- Type in the required details like your Registration number, date of birth etc in the provided space.
- Click on the 'Submit' button
- Download and take a printout of the results once it appeared on your screen.
Non-Technical Popular Categories (NTPC) 2016 Exam was held to fill up about 18,272 graduate posts of various zonal railways/production units.
The exam was held at 21 RRB centres. While the examination at 13 centres were held as per the announced schedule, it was rescheduled due to administrative reasons at eight centres which included Allahabad, Pune, Delhi and West Bengal.
The exams were conducted through CBT mode which turned out to be the world’s biggest online examination as the board received close to 93 lakh applications. However, amid several irregularities and difficulties ranging from exam delays and wrongdoings involved, only around 55 lakh candidates finally appeared for the exams.
The successful candidates will be recommended for the posts of Commercial Apprentice (CA), Traffic Apprentice (TA), Enquiry-cum-Reservation Clerk (ECRC), Goods Guard, Senior Clerk-cum-Typist, Junior Accounts Assistant-cum-Typist (JAA), Assistant Station Master (ASM), Traffic Assistant and Senior Time Keeper.
The Railway Recruitment Board (RRB) was established in 1988. It is responsible for the appointment of new employees to work for various posts at Indian Railways. It calls eligible candidates for recruitment of various Technical, Non-Technical and Para Medical Posts in Group A, B, C and D Cadres through Online Application / Offline Application Format.