Check how to download; exam date and more


The Railway Recruitment Board has released the admission card for the 7th phase of its popular non-technical category, NTPC. The admission card for the seventh and final phase of the computer test, the CBT-1 test, has been released. Candidates who have applied for the RRB NTPC exams can visit for more information.


Applicants are encouraged to strictly adhere to the COVID-19-related guidelines that were issued with the appeal letter, according to a notice issued by the Railway Recruitment Board. Face masks are also required for all applicants except photo taking. In April, the sixth phase of the review took place.

Applicants at 2.78 lakh will take the RRB test for the seventh and final phase of the CBT-1 exam. The test is organized to recruit selected candidates from popular non-technical categories for undergraduate and undergraduate positions in various units of Indian Railways. For positions such as station master, clerk, typist and others, the examination takes place in several phases.

How to check the admission card

  1. Go to the official RRB website –
  2. Click on the notification – RRB NTPC CBT, Admit Card.
  3. A new window will open.
  4. Applicants must enter their username and password, as well as their date of birth.
  5. Take a printout of the admission card and keep it for future reference. It will include vital information such as the date and city of the exam.


According to the Railway Board, the seventh phase exams for the popular non-technical categories (NTPC), which were not held earlier due to COVID-19, will take place on July 23, 24, 26 and 31.

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Due to the COVID-19 situation, the review had to be postponed. The official website also said the link for Assam candidates will be updated in a few days. Computerized Tests, Typing Aptitude Tests, and Computer Aptitude Tests are included in the Railway Recruitment Board’s Non-Technical Popular Category Examination Date recruitment procedure. This is followed by a document check and a medical examination. General awareness, mathematics, reasoning and general intelligence are among the subjects tested. According to the RRB’s opinion, cell phones, electronic gadgets and calculators are not allowed in the examination room.

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