RRB NTPC 2020 Exam Dates To Be Released in August 2020
The Railway Recruitment Board (RRB) is will release the RRB NTPC 2020 Exam Dates in August 2020. This comes as positive news for over 1.25 crore candidates who filled the RRB NTPC Notification that released on February 29, 2019. The RRB NTPC Exam which was expected to be conducted last year got shifted. RRB, in an official notice, has mentioned that it is eyeing to conduct the rrb ntpc exam across multiple stages and has extended the dates for the finalization of the ECA (Exam Conducting Agency) looking for bidders. As per the notice, the last date to submit the tender online is August 17. The technical bids will open on August 17.
RRB NTPC Important Dates
Candidates can check below the important dates related to the extension of the RRB NTPC ECA.
|Bidding start date||August 03, 2020|
|Last date and time of online submission of tender||August 17, 2020|
|Time of opening of Technical Bids||August 17, 2020|
This bid comes in the wake of the COVID-19 guidelines that need to be followed while conducting the exam. The CBTs must have to be conducted in a new scenario to meet the challenges posed by the spread of the corona virus-like social distancing, face mask ensuring candidates safety as well as the exam conducting officials.
The RRB NTPC is conducted in three stages, CBT (Computer Based Test), Computer Based Aptitude/Typing Skill Test and Document Verification.
About RRB NTPC 2020 Recruitment
RRB NTPC Exam is one of the largest Indian Railways exam as more than 1.26 crore candidates applied for the RRB NTPC 35208 vacancies including 24605 Graduate Posts and 10603 Under Graduate Posts under Non-Technical Popular Categories (NTPC). Candidates are waiting for the exam dates and admit card release dates from more than 1 year now. Railway Recruitment Board (RRB) has confirmed that RRB NTPC 2020 Exam will be conducted only after the appointment of Exam conducting Agency (ECA) through tenders and bids.
RRBs follow the practice of direct and instantaneous communication with candidates through regular updates on its official websites and individual SMSs and emails, whenever required. Candidates must refer to the official communications only and not be misguided by false propaganda and rumors being circulated on social media, many of which are aimed at misleading the genuine candidates and adversely affecting their preparation for examination.
Source – Career360