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RRB NTPC Cutoff: Big update! There may be so much category wise cutoff for RRB NTPC, read full details

RRB NTPC Cut Off: The normalized score of 1st Stage CBT will be used to shortlist the candidates for 2nd Stage CBT as per their merit.

RRB NTPC Cut Off : Railway Recruitment Board (RRB) will soon release the result for RRB NTPC CBT-1 exam held from 28 December 2020 to 31 July 2021 for the recruitment of 35,281 posts under Non-Technical Popular Category Posts. Clerk cum Typist, Accounts Clerk cum Typist, Time Keeper, Train Clerk, Commercial cum Ticket Clerk, Traffic Assistant, Goods Guard, Commercial Apprentice, Station Master etc. for more than 1.25 Crore in different Zones and Production Units of Indian Railways. But the recruitment process is going on. The board had released the answer key for RRB NTPC 2021 CBT-1 exam from 16 to 23 August 2021. Let us have a look at the category wise minimum qualifying numbers for RRB NTPC CBT-1 2020-21 exam.




RRB NTPC 2021 Exam Minimum Qualifying Marks: RBR will use the normalized method in different difficulty level papers. The normalized score of First Stage CBT will be used to shortlist the candidates for the Second Stage CBT as per their merit.

Talking about the category wise qualifying marks, it can be 40 percent for General / EWS category, 30 percent for OBC / SC category and 25 percent for ST category. Whereas PwBD candidates can be given a separate relaxation of 2%. Railway Recruitment Board conducted the First Stage Computer Based Test RRB NTPC 2021 Exam in 7 Phases from 28th December 2020 to 31st July 2021. Railway Recruitment Board (RRB) will release the merit list for all the 7 stages of CBT-1 on their regional websites.

Likely cut off can be like this: Talking about possible cut off out of 100 marks with difficulty level easy to moderate, then it can be 65 to 70 marks for general category. It can be 60 to 65 numbers for OBC category, 55 to 60 numbers for EWS category, 50 to 55 numbers for SC category. Whereas for ST category there can be 45 to 50 marks.

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