The Railway Recruitment Board's (RRB) on Thursday declared the results of RRB NTPC 2nd stage Cen 03/2015 on its official website, www.rrbbpl.nic.in. The exam was held from January 17 to January 19, 2017.
Approximately 54 lakh candidates appeared for RRB NTPC stage 1 exam that were conducted between March 3 and May 6, 2016, and out of them 2,73,780 candidates qualified for stage 2 or main examination.
Here are the steps to check the RRB NTPC Stage 2 exam results 2016:
1) Log on to the official website: www.rrbbpl.nic.in
2) Click on the link ‘RRB NTPC Results 2016’;
3) Enter the details like registration number and date of birth;
4) Click on submit;
5) Your RRB NTPC Exam Results will appear on the screen;
6) Download the same and take a printout for further reference.
The exam is being conducted to fill vacancies in the railways. The advertisement (CEN 03/2015) regarding the exam, published in December 2015, sought to recruit people for various posts, including assistant station master, clerk, goods guard, typist, apprentice and junior accounts assistant.
Around 18,252 recruitment are available for various posts through this examination, but for category 5, 6 and 9, typing skill test and document verification will be conducted before final recruitment. There will be aptitude test and document verification for category 7 and 8 candidates.
Qualified candidates will be recruited to several posts namely—Commercial Apprentice (CA) - 703, Traffic Apprentice (TA) - 1645, Enquiry-cum-Reservation Clerk (ECRC) - 127, Goods Guard - 7591, Senior Clerk-cum-Typist - 869, Junior Accounts Assistant-cum-Typist (JAA) - 1205, Assistant Station Master (ASM) - 5942, Traffic Assistant – 166, and Senior Time Keeper – 4.
About Railway Recruitment Board:
Railway Recruitment Control Board is a government organisation in India. It was set up in 1998 in the Ministry of Railways (Railway Board), New Delhi. The major aims of Railway Recruitment Board (RRB) is to appoint employees to work in Indian railways. Railway Recruitment Boards are organisations under the Government of India that manage the appointment of new employees to work in Indian railways. There are 21 boards situated in different parts of India.