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RRB NTPC Recruitment Exam 2021: Stage 1 Exam on January 7 (Shift 2) Conducted @Exam Centers; Check the Detailed  Exams Analysis Here

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Jan 7, 2021

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January 7, 2021: Railway Recruitment Board conducted the RRB NTPC 2021 exam for January 7,2021, for Shift 2 without any problem in a successful way. To get the whole detailed exam paper analysis and the cut-off expected for the recruitment paper, read the full article. 

The authority started the RRB NTPC 2021 exam stage 1 on January 4 in CBT mode. Aspirants who clear the qualifying cut-off marks are then allowed to appear for the Computer-Based Test (Stage 2 round). The officials previously declared that phase 2 will begin on January 16. Stage 2 will be carried on till January 30, 2021. 

Also Read: RRB NTPC exam analysis 2020-21 for January 7 shift 1; Check expected cutoff here

RRB NTPC 2021 Stage 1: Difficulty Level (January 7 Shift 2)

The exam consists of 100 questions, each carrying one mark. Hence the total marks for the paper were 100. The paper was divided into 3 sections namely Mathematics, General Intelligence & Reasoning, and General Awareness. Refer to the following table to get the difficulty level of the shift paper.

Sections Questions that were well-attempted Difficulty level
Mathematics 20 to 22 Moderate
General Intelligence & Reasoning 22 to 25 Moderate/ Easy
General Awareness 24 to 26 Easy

Total

66 to 72


Moderate/ Easy

RRB NTPC 2021 Stage 1: Expected Cut-off Marks

Candidates who appeared for the January 6 paper of Shift 1 can expect the following cut-off marks for different categories:

Category Expected Cut-off Marks
SC 63 to 65
ST 71 to 73
OBC 75 to 77
General 83 to 85

Read More: RRB NTPC 2020-21 on January 6 shift 2; Check Exam Analysis, Difficulty Level , Expected Cutoff Here 

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*The article might have information for the previous academic years, please refer the official website of the exam.

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