Railways NTPC Syllabus, Check full Details!!! The NTPC (Non-Technical Popular Categories) examination from the Indian Railways board consists of 2 stages. Those are called Computer Based Test (CBT) I and II. Details are given below:
Railways NTPC Syllabus CBT I:
This test is an MCQ-based examination that has 3 (three) subjects that are Mathematics, General Intelligence, and Reasoning, General Awareness. The total mark is 100. Each section contains 30 questions of 1 mark each. A total of 90 minutes is given for this examination.
Mathematics: This subject includes topics of Decimals, LCM, Ratio and Proportions, Mensuration, Time and Distance, Profit and Loss, Trigonometry and Geometry, Number System, Fractions, HCF, Percentage, Time and Work, Simple and Compound Interest, Elementary Algebra, Elementary Statistics, etc.
General Intelligence and Reasoning: In this subject, questions of Analogies, Decoding and Coding, Differences and Similarities, Analytical Reasoning, Jumbling, Puzzle, Statement- Conclusion, Decision Making, Alphabetical Series and Completion of Number, Mathematical Operations, Relationships, Syllogism, Venn Diagrams, Data Sufficiency, Statement- Courses of Action, Maps, etc. are asked.
General Awareness: This section contains topics of Current Events of National and International Importance, Culture and Art of India, Places of India and Monuments, History of India and Freedom Struggle, Economic and Social Geography of India and World, Technological Developments including Space and General Scientific and Nuclear Program of India, World at Large and Environmental Issues Concerning India, Common Abbreviations, Indian Economy, Flagship Government Programs, Public Sector Organizations and Important Government of India, Sports and Games, Indian Literature, Life Science and General Science (up to 10th CBSE), Physical, Governance- constitution and Indian Polity and political system, UN and Other important World Organizations, Computer Applications and Basics of Computers, Transport Systems in India, Famous Personalities of India and World, Fauna and Flora of India, etc.
This is also an MCQ-based examination and it has 4 subjects which are Mathematics (35 marks), General Intelligence and Reasoning (35 marks), General Awareness (50 marks). Each question carries 1 mark and 90 minutes are given.
The candidates who clear these two examinations have to appear in the typing test. The candidates should be able to type 30 words per minute (WPM) in English or 25 WPM in Hindi on a personal computer without the aid of any editing and spell-checking tools. Then the candidates will have to pass the required physical fitness test conducted by the Railway Administration to ensure that they are medically fit to carry out duties connected to the post opted by them. Visual Acuity Standard is one of the important criteria of medical fitness of railway staff. After that, the document verification is done.
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