RRB NTPC admit card 2019 date: Exam dates yet to be released, how to keep a check

The Railway Recruitment Board has still not finalised the dates for its Non-Technical popular category till now.

FPJ Web DeskUpdated: Tuesday, June 18, 2019, 01:29 PM IST
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The Railway Recruitment Board has still not finalised the dates for its Non-Technical popular category till now. An official from the Railway Board told indianexpress.com that it will take another three to four months for them to fix the exam date.

The examination will be conducted on a period of about 10 to 15 days. As per the notice given on the official website, it could be between June to September 2019.

The admit card for RRNB NTPC will give be given 10 days before the exam. Students must keep a check on the official website for further details. Even if the admit card gets released, students will get an SMS and email message on their registered Mobile number and email id.

Due to technical reason, some students may fail to get SMS/email, so the candidate must keep an eye on the website as well for any updates. Ones who clear the Stage 1 entrance exams will have to appear for stage 2, which would be a similar computer-based exam. They will be given 90 minutes to solve 120 questions.

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