RRB NTPC Admit Card CBT I 2020 released on December 23rd for the first phase! The Railway Recruitment Board has released the NTPC admit card for 35,208 vacancies under NTPC – Non-Technical Popular Categories.
The Railway Board has announced the dates for second phase of CBT I exam which is scheduled from January 16th 2021 to January 30th 2021, therefore candidates can expect the release of RRB NTPC Admit Card CBT I Phase Two soon. The admit card is released 4 days before the date of examination.
Railway Board has made available the RRB NTPC 2020 admit card on its official website. Candidates can download the region-wise RRB NTPC admit card on the given link.
The Railway Recruitment Board has released the exam cities and exam date for the candidates appearing for the Railway NTPC exam from December 28th 2020 to January 13th 2021. Candidates can check the exam cities for different RRB regional websites.
The Railway NTPC CBT 1 is from 28th December 2020 onwards earlier which was scheduled to be conducted from 15th December. The CEO and Chairman of Railway Board have announced the fresh date fro various RRB exams. The exam for non-technical posts is scheduled to start from December 28th and will end by January 2021.
Check RRB NTPC exam date for detailed information. In this article, we’ll take you through the entire information regarding the RRB NTPC Admit Card.
Check the detailed information on RRB NTPC exam in the link given here.
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The Railway Board conducts the RRB NTPC exam and other RRB Exams. Candidates can know in detail about various exams conducted by Railway Recruitment Board in the link provided above.
Download RRB NTPC Admit Card Region Wise For CBT I
As per the official notification released on February 28, 2019, the RRB NTPC exam was scheduled to happen between June and September 2019, but because of the non-confirmation of Exam Conducting Agency, the railway board had to postpone the exam to this year, i.e. 2020. Now the wait of applicants for RRB NTPC 2019 admit card is over.
Only applicants who have successfully registered for RRB NTPC 2019 will be issued the Railway NTPC Admit Card for Non-Technical & Popular categories examination.
RRB generally releases Railway NTPC Admit Card 4 days before the exam date on the official websites of 21 regional RRBs. As the RRB NTPC CBT I Admit Card 2020 is released, candidates can download the same directly from the websites of the Regional RRBs. The links to download NTPC Admit Card from the official regional websites is given below.
|RRB Regions||RRB Regional Official Websites||RRB NTPC Region Wise Admit Card|
|Ahmedabad||Railway Recruitment Board Ahmedabad||Released|
|Allahabad||Railway Recruitment Board Allahabad||Released|
|Ajmer||Railway Recruitment Board Ajmer||Released|
|Bhopal||Railway Recruitment Board Bhopal||Released|
|Bhubaneswar||Railway Recruitment Board Bhubaneswar||Released|
|Bangalore||Railway Recruitment Board Bangalore||Released|
|Bilaspur||Railway Recruitment Board Bilaspur||Released|
|Chennai||Railway Recruitment Board Chennai||Released|
|Chandigarh||Railway Recruitment Board Chandigarh||Released|
|Guwahati||Railway Recruitment Board Guwahati||Released|
|Gorakhpur||Railway Recruitment Board Gorakhpur||Released|
|Malda||Railway Recruitment Board Malda||Released|
|Mumbai||Railway Recruitment Board Mumbai||Released|
|Muzaffarpur||Railway Recruitment Board Muzaffarpur||Released|
|Kolkata||Railway Recruitment Board Kolkata||Released|
|Jammu-Srinagar||Railway Recruitment Board Jammu & Srinagar||Released|
|Ranchi||Railway Recruitment Board Ranchi||Released|
|Patna||Railway Recruitment Board Patna||Released|
|Siliguri||Railway Recruitment Board Siliguri||Released|
|Secunderabad||Railway Recruitment Board Secunderabad||Released|
|Thiruvananthapuram||Railway Recruitment Board Thiruvananthapuram||Released|
RRB NTPC Admit Card Dates
With the announcement of CBT I exam date, that is from December 28th onwards the RRB NTPC Admit Card 2020 is expected to be out soon. The board has released the admit card for NTPC exam after assessing the situation of country-wide lockdown due to COVID-19 pandemic. Hence, RRB NTPC Admit Card 2019 – 2020 is expected to be released on December 24th 2020 to conduct CBT 1.
For similar information regarding other exams by Railway Board, check RRB Recruitment page.
RRB NTPC Admit Card 2020
According to the official notification released by the Railway Recruitment Board on February 28th 2019, about 35208 vacancies have been announced. It is to be noted that the RRB NTPC Stage I exam is scheduled to take place from 28th December.
For similar information on other examination conducted by the Railway Recruitment Board candidates can check RRB Exam Calendar on the link provided here.
Candidates can check important dates of the RRB NTPC Admit Card in the table given below:
|RRB NTPC Hall Ticket 2020|
|Issue of Admit Card||23rd December 2020|
|Date of RRB NTPC Stage I CBT Exam||December 28th 2020|
For detailed information on RRB NTPC Exam Dates check the linked page.
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How to Download RRB NTPC Admit Card
Candidates can download the RRB NTPC Admit Card by following the steps given below:
- Visit the official RRB website (http://www.rrbcdg.gov.in/). Once at the homepage select
- ‘Other RRBs’ under ‘Other Links’. This will enable you to select the respective RRB region you have applied in.
- Once you have selected the RRB Region, Click on the link ‘RRB NTPC CBT – 1 Admit Card 2019’.
- Fill in the Registration Number received at the time of application and the password registered.
- Click on the ‘Submit’ button.
- The RRB NTPC Admit Card/Hall Ticket 2019 will be displayed on the screen. Download your RRB NTPC Admit Card and ensure that you take a printout for the same.
To know more about the application process of the exam, visit our RRB NTPC Apply Online page for more information.
|RRB NTPC Hall Ticket Related Links|
|RRB NTPC Salary||RRB NTPC Recruitment|
|RRB NTPC Cut Off||RRB NTPC Result|
RRB NTPC Call Letter Components
The RRB NTPC Hall Ticket is one of the most important documents for candidates writing the exam. The candidate must ensure that all the details are correct because any discrepancy or misinformation can be grounds for disqualification. In case of any discrepancy, the concerned authorities need to be contacted for rectification in order to avoid any last-minute setbacks. It is highly recommended that candidates keep the admit card safe and take a printout.
Details mentioned on an RRB NTPC Admit Card are as follows:
- Date of Birth
- Application / Registration Number
- Post Applied for
- Exam Centre
- Date of Exam
- Exam Time
- Instructions for Candidates
To know more about the eligibility criteria of the exam, visit the RRB NTPC Eligibility page.
RRB NTPC Admit Card – Key Instructions
- The RRB NTPC Admit Card will not be sent by courier to the candidates’ address. It has to be downloaded from the official website.
- Candidates will be informed via SMS and email regarding the RRB NTPC admit card uploading. While downloading the NTPC admit card, read the instructions carefully.
- Candidates must carry their respective RRB NTPC Admit Card and designated Photo ID proof without fail to the examination hall.
- It is mandatory for all the candidates to carry a coloured photograph (size 35 mm x 45 mm) as uploaded during the registration process.
- The Admit Card must be downloaded at least 10 days prior to the exam.
- The name of the candidate and date of birth should match with the name and DOB as mentioned in the candidate’s ID card.
- Candidates must make sure that they reach the examination venue at least 30-45 minutes prior to the commencement of the exam to avoid any last-minute hustle.
- The NTPC call letter will mention details about free travel authority for candidates belonging to SC/ST category who have opted for free rail travel facility. They will be allowed to book tickets to travel to the examination centre on the submission of a self-attested photocopy of the e-admit card.
- While undertaking the journey such candidates need to carry the original category certificate as a proof along with one photo identity proof.
- Candidates should leave blank spaces provided in the downloaded admit card for writing self-declaration paragraph, signature and Left Thumb Impression (LTI).
- Candidates need to write the paragraph of self-declaration, sign and affix Left Thumb Impression – LTI at the venue in the presence of the invigilator and handover the same to the invigilator before the exam concludes.
To know more in detail about the exam, candidates can visit the RRB NTPC Notification page for more information.
The course materials designed by BYJU’S will prove crucial in cracking the RRB NTPC Exam. Be sure to visit our RRB Preparation page in order to get the best in study materials, mock tests, book lists and more.
Candidates willing to appear for any other examinations for which RRB conducts recruitment can check the following links for reference:
Candidates can also check the Difference Between RRB & RRC examinations on the linked page.
Frequently Asked Question – RRB NTPC Admit Card 2020
Q.1. What to do in case there is an error or discrepancy on the RRB NTPC Admit Card?
Q.2. Where will the RRB release the admit card for Non-Technical And Popular Category examination?
Q.3. When will the board issue RRB NTPC Admit Card for 2019 CBT I exam?
Q.4. Do the candidates appearing for class 12th will be issued RRB NTPC Admit Card?
Q 5. Which is the best book for RRB NTPC Mathematics?
Ans. The important books to prepare for mathematics for RRB NTPC exam are:
- Fast Track by Rajesh Verma
- Quantitative Aptitude by RS Aggarwal
- NCERT Maths from Grade 6 to Grade 11
- Advance Maths by Rakesh Yadav
- Magical Books on Quicker Maths by M Tyra