RRB NTPC 2019 application postponed; RRB NTPC online registration starts on March 1

New Delhi, Feb 28: Railway Recruitment Control Board (RRCB) has postponed the RRNB NTPC 2019 application date which is scheduled to begin from February 28. According to latest RRB NTPC 2019 notification the application dates has been extended by one day because of technical issues and non-availability of Non-Technical Popular Categories (NTPC) posts from various RRBs.

As per the officials, now RRB NTPC application form will be available from March 1, 2019 therefore candidates can register the exam as and when the online application window starts. Based on the various media a report, the RRB NTPC 2019 application date has been extended because as 21 Railway Recruitment Board (RRBs) has not submitted the total number of vacancies available under NTPC posts.

The RRB NTPC 2019 application delayed by the Railway Recruitment Control Board (RRCB) so to facilitate candidates while choosing their posts options the time of filling the application form. As per the experts, RRCB increases or decreases the vacancies which create problem for candidates as well as for the examination authority which finally delays the overall recruitment process. Therefore, a precautionary measure is taken by examination authority this time so that all vacancies can be complied before the application starts. The experts also say that if 21 RRBs unable to submit their NTPC vacancies on time the application process may be further delayed by few days.

The RRB application process can be filled in multiple stages which include registration for the exam, filing up personal & academic details, uploading photographs, signature & other required documents, payment of examination fee and final submission of RRB NTPC application form. For more details on RRB NTPC application form 2019 – Click Here

The Railway exams in among the most sought after government exam in India which is taken by more than corers of candidates every year. This year due to massive vacancy in Indian Railway jobs it is likely that large number of candidates who are between 18 – 32 years of age and have graduate degree will appear for the exam.

As per the Indian Railway jobs notification, a total of 1.3 lakh vacancies will be filled this year. Out of the total railway jobs, 30,000 are for under Non-Technical Popular Categories (NTPC), Para-Medical Staff and Ministerial & Isolated Categories and 1 lakh is under Level-1 Posts which includes Maintainer Grade IV, Helper/Assistant in various technical departments, Assistant Pointsman, etc.