RRB NTPC Exam Analysis 2021 For Phase 1

The Railway Recruitment Board has started conducting the first phase of RRB NTPC exam 2020. The computer-based exam is being conducted from December 28, 2020, to January 13, 2021. The sources suggest that around 23 lakh candidates are appearing for the RRB NTPC CBT 1 exam. The Board is conducting the RRB NTPC exam to fill a total of 35,281 vacancies in various departments in Indian Railways. RRB NTPC exam analysis is an integral part of exam preparation that acquaint candidates with the exam pattern and type of questions. It will also display the areas to improve and mistakes to avoid. We have listed the RRB NTPC exam analysis section-wise for every shift and every phase.


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RRB NTPC Exam Analysis 2021

ExamNTPC (Non Technical Popular Categories)
Organiser Railway Recruitment Board (RRB)
RRB NTPC Exam Schedule December 28, 2020 to January 13, 2021
Official Website rrbonlinereg.co.in

RRB NTPC Exam Pattern

It is advised to get familiar with the exam pattern for the first stage of CBT of RRB NTPC prior to exam analysis. The CBT exam comprises of questions from General Awareness, Mathematics, and General Intelligence and Reasoning. The paper is conducted for a total of 100 objective-type questions. 1/3rd of the negative mark is deducted for the wrong answer.

  • General Awareness - 40 questions
  • Mathematics - 30 questions
  • General Intelligence and Reasoning - 30 questions

Also Read: RRB NTPC Syllabus And Exam Pattern

RRB NTPC Exam Analysis Phase 1

SectionsGood Attempts Difficulty Level
Mathematics 17 - 19 Moderate
General Intelligence & Reasoning 24 - 26 Easy
General Awareness 18 -20 Moderate
Total 60 - 75 Moderate

RRB is conducting the 1st stage CBT in multiple phases and taking all precautions in the wake of COVID-19 pandemic. The first phase of RRB NTPC is scheduled from December 28, 2020 to January 13, 2021. The remaining candidates will be scheduled in subsequent phases and will be intimated accordingly. Candidates should wear a mask and can carry a hand sanitiser and water bottle inside the examination hall.

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