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RRB NTPC Syllabus 2022 – Overview

Railway Recruitment Board (RRB) has released the Recruitment Notification for Non-Technical Popular Categories (NTPC) Posts.

Here’s the detailed RRB NTPC 2022 Exam Pattern & Syllabus:

Name Of the organizationRailway Recruitment Board
Name of the post(s)Non-Technical Popular Categories (Junior Clerk cum Typist,
Accounts Clerk cum Typist, Junior Time Keeper, Trains Clerk,
Commercial cum Ticket Clerk, Traffic Assistant, Goods Guard,
Senior Commercial cum Ticket Clerk, Senior Clerk cum Typist,
Junior Account Assistant cum Typist, Senior Time Keeper,
Commercial Apprentice, Station Master)
CategorySyllabus & Exam Pattern
Selection Process1st Stage Computer Based Test (CBT) 2nd Stage Computer Based Test (CBT) Typing Skill Test/ Computer-Based Aptitude Test Document Verification/ Medical Examination
Official Website@indianrailways.gov.in

RRB NTPC Exam Pattern

The selection process for RRB NTPC exam involves the following steps:

  • First Stage of CBT,
  • Second Stage of CBT,
  • Typing Test (Skill Test)/ Aptitude Test,
  • Document Verification
  • Medical Examination

The candidates will have to qualify each stage to be eligible for an appointment at the Indian Railways.

RRB NTPC Syllabus – CBT 1 Exam Pattern

RRB NTPC CBT 1 is only a screening round. The marks of CBT 1 will not be included in the final merit list. It eliminates the slightly non-serious candidates. The normalized score of CBT 1 is used for shortlisting candidates for CBT 2 which is almost 20 times the vacancies. All the questions will be objective in nature, i.e., Multiple Choice Questions (MCQs).

Here’s the exam pattern for the CBT 1 Exam:

Sl No.SectionsNo. of QuestionsTotal MarksDuration
1.General Awareness404090 minutes 120 minutes for PWD
3.General Intelligence and Reasoning3030

Note:  1/3 Marks will be deducted for every wrong answer given, as per the negative marking scheme. But there will be no negative marking for a question left unanswered.

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