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The Railway Recruitment Board (RRB) NTPC exam results for 2016 have were announced today This resource contains the links you need to accesss your results NEW DELHI: The results of the Railway Recruitment Board (RRB)'s 2016 NTPC exams were declared today. You can access the NTPC results (the lists of provisionally shortlisted candidates for the second stage exam, and the individual results and cut-off marks) on the regional websites of the RRB. Here are the links you need, with city names arranged in alphabetical order. Ahmedabad: click here Ajmer: click here Allahabad: click here Bengaluru: click here Bhopal: click here Bhubaneshwar: click here Bilaspur: click here Chandigarh: click here Chennai: click here Gorakhpur: click here Guwahati: click here Jammu/Srinagar: click here Kolkata: click here Malda: click here Mumbai: click here Muzaffarpur: click here Patna: click here Ranchi: click here Secundarabad: click here Is your real estate portfolio this good? Smartowner What Doctors Are Now Calling "The Cardiac Killer" VitaPulse Supplement Recommended By Colombia Siliguri: click here Thiruvananthapuram: click here The second stage exam will have 120 multiple choice objective questions, and will likely include questions related to "General Awareness, Arithmetic, General Intelligence and Reasoning" the RRB said. The exam will be 90 minutes long. Latest Comment Just 1 Minute Listening Music Daily. 1400 Members Earning Daily From March 2016 With Daily Payment Proofs Available whatsapp:7506655535 Suresh Mendon SEE ALL COMMENTSADD COMMENT The second stage exam question papers "will be made available only in English and the language opted by candidates in the application form as per Para 16 of the CEN," the RRB added. "In case of any dispute/discrepancy in the questions/options, the English version of the questions and options will prevail and will be final," it said.
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