April 17, 2021 5:31 pm

Railway recruitment board declares RRB NTPC 2nd Stage Exam CBT results 2017

RRB NTPC 2nd Stage Exam CBT results 2017 has been declared by Railway recruitment board of different zone, now the results are available the official website of the zones

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Railway recruitment board has declared the results of RRB NTPC 2nd Stage Exam. The board has announced the ‘Normalized mark for 2nd Stage (CBT) of NTPC (Graduate) posts. Now the RRB NTPC 2nd Stage Exam CBT results 2017 are available at the official website of the board of respective zones. These examinations were held in month of January 2017. The aptitude test or skill typing test is likely to be held in the month of June/ July 2017, said report.

The results were expected initially in the month of April but got delayed due to the fault encountered at the technical end of the Railway Recruitment Board. According to reports, now provisional short listing of candidates who are to appear in Aptitude Test for the posts of Assistant Station Master (ASM) Traffic Assistant and /or Typing Skill Test for the posts of Junior Accounts Assistant-cum-Typist & Senior Clerk-cum-Typist will be published shortly on the website of the RRBs.

According to reports, the result may not include roll numbers of candidates being provisionally considered for the posts of Commercial Apprentice, Traffic Apprentice ECRC and Goods Guard based on their merit and sequence of options.

Here is how to check RRB NTPC 2nd Stage Exam CBT results 2017

  • Click here
  • Click on the respective zones
  • Click on Login Link to access normalised score of CBT-II
  • Enter User Id/ registration or the user / date of birth
  • Get your score

Also Read: CISCE Board Results 2017: ICSE Class 12 results 2017, ICSE Class 10 results 2017 to be declared at cisce.org; Check dates and details

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