RRB NTPC CBT-2 detailed schedule released for Pay Level 2, 3, 5 positions; Check here

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The Railway Recruitment Board (RRB) has released the RRB NTPC CBT-2 Exam Schedule for Pay Tiers 2, 3 and 5. The RRB will hold the 2nd Tier Computerized Test from June 12 to June 17, 2022. The detailed schedule for the review has been uploaded on the official RRB websites.

RRB NTPC CBT-2 Dates

  • CBT-2 for RRBs Bhubaneswar, Bilaspur, Chandigarh, Gorakhpur, Mumbai, Muzaffarpur, Ranchi and Secunderabad is scheduled for Tier 5 on June 12 and Tier 2 on June 13 and Tier 3 on June 14.
  • CBT-2 for RRBs Ajmer, Bhopal, Chennai, Guwahati, Patna, Bengaluru, Jammu-Srinagar, Kolkata, Siliguri, Ahmedabad, Allahabad, Malda and Thiruvananthapuram is scheduled for Tier 5 on June 15, Tier 2 on June 16 and Level 3 on June 17.

“A candidate appearing for CBT-2 for different levels and on different dates will have a different electronic call letter for each level/date. A candidate will be scheduled for all of their exams in the same city, but the exam center may vary Each candidate will have a common information sheet for the city,” the official notification reads.

RRB NTPC CBT-2 Exam City and Date

Exams for a particular level will be scheduled in one session for candidates belonging to an RRB. The LINK to view the city and date of the exam and to download the travel authorization for SC/ST candidates will be made available on all RRB websites 10 days prior to the exam date. RRB NTPC CBT-2 e-Appeal Letters will be issued 4 days prior to the exam date mentioned in the exam city and date indication link.

Biometric authentication of candidates will be performed at the exam center before entering the exam hall. Candidates should bring their original Aadhaar card. Candidates are advised to refer only to official RRB websites for the latest updates on the recruitment process. Please do not be misled by unauthenticated sources. Beware of touts who attempt to mislead applicants with false promises of job appointments for illegal remuneration. RRB selections are based on computer-based testing (CBT) and recruitment is based solely on the merit of candidates.

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