Richa Kapoor|Sep 15, 2021
RRB NTPC Result 2021 CBT 1 - Check expected date and normalisation process
The Railway Recruitment Board recently concluded the RRB NTPC exam and the expected date for the announcement of the RRB NTPC Result 2021 CBT 1 is likely to be September 10. Know the details about normalisation process
NEW DELHI - The Railway Recruitment Board is likely to announce the RRB NTPC CBT 1 result 2021 by September 10. All the candidates who appeared in any of the seven phases of the RRB NTPC exam, they can check the RRB NTPC exam result 2021 by clicking on the direct link of the official website that is rrbcdg.gov.in. Candidates will have to enter their login details to check the RRB NTPC result 2021 for the first stage of the selection process.
Since the RRB NTPC 2021 exam was conducted over multiple days and multiple sessions, it was imperative to ensure that complete transparency is maintained at the time of the announcement of the RRB NTPC 2021 result. Before announcing the RRB NTPC result 2021, RRB adopted a scientific and statistical process. It is on these parameters that the individual candidate’s performance is evaluated as compared to those who appeared in other sessions.
RRB NTPC 2021 Result Date
RRB NTPC 2021 exam
December 28, 2020 to July 31, 2021 in 7 phases
RRB NTPC Result 2021
By September 10, 2021
RRB NTPC Sarkari Result - Know what is the normalisation process
The Railway Recruitment Board adopts the following normalisation process so that transparency is maintained at the time of declaration of RRB NTPC Result 2021 CEN 01/2019.
RRB NTPC Result 2021- Normalisation Process
Objective of the RRB NTPC Normalisation process at different stages of the exam
The first stage of the RRB NTPC 2021 exam is of screening nature and questions that are asked are in accordance with the educational standards that have been prescribed for the posts for which recruitment will take place. The RRB NTPC normalized score for the first stage is used for announcing the RRB NTPC CBT 1 result 2021 and short listing of candidates for the 2nd Stage CBT as per their merit.
The primary objective to adopt the normalisation process before the announcement of the RRB NTPC CBT 1 result is to equalize the variation in the difficulty level of question papers. This process is known as statistical normalization of marks and is adopted worldwide and it ensures a level playing field for all the candidates.
The RRB NTPC 2021 exam was delayed due to the COVID 19 pandemic which had affected the large parts of the country from March 2020 onwards. The exam was supposed to end by April, however, once again the country was affected by the second wave of COVID 19.