RRB NTPC 2016 Exam Normalize Cut Off for All Railway Board & category candidates – Railway Online Exam Cut-off: Looking for RRB NTPC 1st Stage CBT Exam Cut off Marks? After announcing Railway Online exam result of RRB NTPC CEN 03/2015 Exam many candidates are having confusion whether they are in the race or 2nd stage mains exam or out of it.
As Railway RRB NTPC Result has been announced today, it is very important to get an idea of the cut off marks for RRB NTPC (CEN 03/2015) exam so that candidates can once again start their preparation for Railway second stage mains exam. Here in the post below, we have come up with minimum and maximum cut off marks for qualifying for RRB NTPC 2nd Stage CBT exam for ASM, Goods Guard, TA, CA, Sr Clerk, Accountant and other posts.The Railway Recruitment Boards (RRBs) has already conducted Non-Technical Popular Category (NTPC) Graduate online exam from 28th March to 3rd May 2016. Out of 92 Lakhs candidates applied for the RRB CEN 03/2015 recruitment only 56 Lakhs candidates were appeared in the first stage online examination. Railway has announced RRB NTPC Result to know the candidates their marks.
RRB NTPC 2016 Cut Off Marks
Before presenting you the RRB NTPC cut off marks, we want to tell you candidates again Railway declares result on the basis of Normalize Marks. They don’t announce result with an view to candidates raw score.
"Raw Score is the marks candidates are getting as per answer key."
There are certain factors on which these cut off marks for RRB NTPC Graduate exam depend are as follows:
1. Difficulty level of examination.
3. Total Number of Vacancies in a particular Railway Board.
4. Average marks of the candidates (for normalization).
Railway Non-Technical Normalize Cut off Marks
Now coming to the normalize cut off marks, As you guys know Railway has announced RRB NTPC Result where candidates can check their RRB NTPC Normalize Marks. To get an Idea of Railway NTPC Normalize cut off marks, we have created this post to determine RRB NTPC Prelim exam cut off marks. Have a look at RRB NTPC Normalize Cut-off marks.
So keeping all these things in mind, let us look at the normalize cut off for RRB NTPC 2016 Exam according to paper conducted in all the shifts & dates. Based on these cut-off marks Railway ASM, Goods Guard result has been announced.
To help you candidates in knowing the RRB NTPC Normalize Cut off Marks, we are presenting minimum and maximum cut off marks for qualifying Railway 1st Stage Prelim exam 2016.
Category Wise & Railway Board Wise RRB NTPC Normalize Cut off
Railway Board (RRBs)
RRB Allahabad Cut off Marks
RRB Mumbai NTPC Cut off Marks
RRB Secunderabad Cut off Marks
RRB Kolkata Cut off Marks
RRB Ahmedabad Cut off Marks
RRB Bhopal Cut off Marks
RRB Ajmer NTPC Cut off Marks
RRB Chennai Cut off Marks
RRB Bhubaneswar Cut off Marks
RRB Patna NTPC Cut off Marks
RRB Bangalore Cut off Marks
RRB Ranchi NTPC Cut off Marks
RRB Thiruvananthapuram Cut off Marks
RRB Muzaffarpur Cut off Marks
RRB Guwahati Cut off Marks
RRB Chandigarh Cut off Marks
RRB Bilaspur Cut off Marks
RRB Gorakhpur Cut off Marks
RRB Siliguri Cut off Marks
RRB Malda NTPC Cut off Marks
RRB Jammu NTPC Cut off Marks
If you people are getting lesser marks (i.e. between 35 and 55) than the minimum cut off marks mentioned above, don’t worry. You still have chance for qualifying for RRB NTPC Mains exam. I’ve already written a post where I have shown some of the example of increasing marks after implementing normalization.
Go through the below mentioned post, where you can see normalize marks can do wonder if you have faced tough question paper in your shift. There is good chance of increasing RRB NTPC marks after normalization.
I’m again saying, don’t worry if you have got less than 55 marks as per answer keys, there is hope called normalization.
Candidates are also highly recommended to check previous year RRB NTPC Cut off marks to get an idea of possible cut off marks.
Disclaimer: All information on RRB NTPC Normalize cut-offs are based on RRB NTPC 03/2015 CBT 1 result declared by Railway. We do not take responsibility for any decision that might be taken, based on this information.