The Railway Recruitment Board has released the RRB NTPC Result for the typing test. Candidates who took the typing test can access their results at rrbajmer.gov.in, the RRN Ajmer official website.
The call letter for the process of document verification has also been made public by the Board. Candidates can view and obtain their admission cards through the RRBs’ official website if they want to appear for the document verification.
The results of the typing test can be viewed by RRB candidates from Bengaluru, Allahabad, Muzaffarpur, Patna, Kolkata, Malda, Secunderabad, Ajmer, Bilaspur, Jammu, Chandigarh, Ranchi, Thiruvananthapuram, Chennai, Bhubaneswar, and Siliguri, according to the official website.
Candidates seeking the Level 5 DV E-call letters for the RRBs in Ajmer, Chennai, Siliguri, and Bhubaneswar may do so. Candidates for the Level 6 DV E-call letter for the RRB Thiruvananthapuram, Bengaluru, Guwahati, Ranchi, Bhopal, Siliguri, Ajmer, Kolkata, Chennai, Chandigarh, Bhubaneswar, Allahabad, and Secunderabad can download it.
Know here how to download call letter and check the result:-
Candidates can follow these easy steps listed below to check their results and download their call letters.
• Go to the RRBs’ official website.
• Go to the link for RRB NTPC result and call letter on the homepage.
• After entering your login information, click “Submit.”
• On the screen, your result or call letter will be visible.
• Review the outcome and save the page.
• Save a physical copy of the same in case you need it again.
The Railway Recruitment Board had conducted the NTPC Typing exam 2022 on October 8. The RRB NTPC Typing Test on October 8, was held for Levels 2 and 5.
In this examination, firstly, candidates had to type a minimum of 300 words in English and 250 in Hindi. The rulebook read that the authorities will neglect 5 per cent of the total word count mistakes. To determine the final speed of the RRB NTPC Typing Test 2022, authorities will subtract every full or half-word that was input that was wrong once the limit had been reached.