RRB NTPC Exam Pattern & Syllabus 2019

RRB NTPC Syllabus for Stage-1 & Stage 2 CBT Exam. RRB NTPC 2019 Exam Pattern for Stage 1 & Stage 2 CBT. RRB NTPC Syllabus.RRB NTPC Exam Pattern 2019. As we all know Railway Recruitment Board (RRB) has released RRB NTPC Recruitment 2019 to fill 35,277 post Non Technical Popular Categories (NTPC). The Aspirants who are looking for RRB Jobs is applied for RRB NTPC Recruitment 2019 from March 1, 2019. Those applicants are now searching for RRB NTPC Syllabus & Exam Pattern 2019, we are here to help you in providing the complete Railway NTPC Syllabus & Exam Pattern. Therefore check the RRB NTPC Syllabus to know the topics. Prepare according to the provided RRB NTPC Exam Pattern to score more marks.

Before appearing in any exam all you need to know the complete detailed syllabus for examination. It is also important to know the latest exam pattern and syllabus for the exam. In this post, we are providing you the detailed syllabus and new exam pattern of RRB NTPC Recruitment 2019.

Hey, if you want success, in Indian Railways exam so you must read this article till the end as this article will cover all information which is required to get selected as an employee.

Railways offer one of the most reputed jobs in India with many perks and perquisites. Hence, everyone wants to join Indian Railways after knowing the benefits it offers. If you want to look at the benefits offered by it you can search it.

Hence, it is a golden opportunity for all those aspirants who are preparing for government jobs in non technical field. So hurry up tighten up your seat belts and start preparing with the previous year papers and most expected questions. We will also provide previous year question papers on the demand made by the students.

In the present scenario, the proverb “ Hard work is the key to success” must be replaced with “Smart work is the key to success”. But, this exam requires patience and dedication.

This exam is mainly divided into Two Phases – Stage 1 and Stage 2. After clearing the Stage 1 CBT examination the candidate has to appear for the Stage 2 CBT examination. Final selection is based on merit. Candidate doesn’t  has to go through interview process and special recruitment is not done by Railways for Group B. These candidates are promoted for Group B posts. So, put your utmost efforts to get into this job.

The total number of candidates selected after the Stage 1 examination is 20 times the number of vacancies for the job.

RRB NTPC Exam Pattern For Stage 1 CBT

Stage 1 Exam:-

Now let’s briefly discuss about the Stage 1 Exam

Time duration 90 Minutes
Mode of examination Online
Number of questions 100 Questions
General awareness 40 Questions
                Quantitative Aptitude 30 Questions
Reasoning 30 Questions


RRB NTPC Exam Pattern For Stage 2 CBT

Stage 2 Exam:-

Now let’s briefly discuss about the Stage 2 Exam

Nature of examination Objective
Time duration 90 Minutes
Mode of examination Online
Number of questions 120 Questions
General awareness 50 Questions
Quantitative Aptitude 35 Questions
Reasoning 35 Questions

RRB NTPC Syllabus For Stage 1 & Stage 2 CBT

Syllabus for Exam

Now let us discuss the most important topics which are asked frequently in Railway exams.Let’s discuss GK section first which covers approximately 40 marks in the Stage 1 examination and 50 marks in the Stage 2 examination.

General science up to class 10th
Countries, capitals and currencies
Culture Of India
Transportation in India
Environment and ecology
Monuments and places in India
Sports personalities in news
Geography of India
Geography of world
Current affairs for one year
Ancient history
Medieval history
Modern history and freedom struggle
Books and authors
Computers and its applications
Common abbreviations
Polity up to class 10th
Eminent personalities in news

Now let’s discuss about Maths section. It is of approximately 30 marks in Stage 1 examination and 35 marks in Stage 2 examination.

Simplification and approximation
Number system
Ratio and proportion
Profit, loss and discount
Mixture and alligation
Simple interest
Compound interest
Heights and distance
Data interpretation
Time and work
Time and distance
Boat and stream

Now let’s discuss about Reasoning section. It is the most easiest and scoring section in every exam including Railways. It is of approximately 30 marks in Stage 1 examination and 35 marks in Stage 2 examination.

Number series
Alphabetical series
Coding and decoding
Mathematical Operations
Venn diagram
Course of action
Statement and conclusion
Statement and assumption
Water image
Mirror image
Completion of figures
Linear sitting arrangement
Circular sitting arrangement

Indispensable tips for the candidate:-

All the aspirants that are preparing for jobs score more or less in maths and reasoning section. But for selection one must be equally good in GK section also. So, this would not be wrong to say that the battle for railway examination can only be won by those candidates who brush up GK section well enough.

Most important is that every aspirant must give 20- 30 mock test before the exam. This will not only help the candidate in preparing well,  but also helps in increasing the speed and also handling the exam pressure.

Don’t waste time on one question. If any question appears to be time consuming, then skip that question, and move to next one.

**Dear friends please think twice before making any answer as there will be negative marking and 1/3 mark shall be deducted for each wrong answer.**