RRB NTPC SYLLABUS AND EXAM PATTERN [CBT-1]

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Paper will be Conducted in two phases,CBT-1 and CBT-2

The First stage CBT-1 is of screening nature and the standard of questions for the CBT will be generally in conformity with the educational standard and /or minimum technical qulification prescribed for the post.The score of the stage exam shall be used only for shortlisting for second stage exam as per their merit.

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PHASE-1 (Computer based Exam-1)

Duration of ExamGeneral AwarenessMathematicsReasoningTotal no. of Questions
90 min40 Q30 Q30 Q100 Q
  • Each Questions carries One(1) Mark
  • Negative marking ………..1/3rd for every wrong answer,The score of the candidate in Phase 1 will be used only for shortlisting candidate for Phase 2(CBT) Exam as per their Merits.
  • The Question Paper will of Objective type with multiple choice

SYLLABUS

General Awareness……Current Affairs of National and International Importance such as sports , art and culture of India,Monuments and important places of India ,General Science (Physics,Chemistry and Biology),Indian History, Indian & World Geography,Space and Nuclear Programme,Indian Polity & Constitution, United Nations,General Abbreviations,Indian Economy and India Transportation system, Important Public Sector Organizations of India,Flagships Programmes in India, Important Peoples of India, Flora and Fauna of India and About Computer.

Mathematics…….Number system, BODMAS rule, LCM and HCF, Ratio and proportion, Decimals,Percentage,Work and Time,Time and Distance, SI & CI,Mensuration,profit and Loss, Algebra,Geometry,trigonometry,Elementary,Statistics, Fractions etc.

General Intelligence and Reasoning…..Analogies, Alphabetical and Numbers Series,Coding & Decoding,Mathematical operations, Relationships, Syllogism,Jumbling words,Venn Diagram,Data Interpretation,and Conclusions and Decision Making,Similarities and differences,Analytical reasoning, Classifications, Directions,Statement & Arguments and Assumption etc.

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