26010 candidates have been qualified RRB Kolkata NTPC Result – Written examination on 18.08.2018:-

26010 candidates have been qualified RRB Kolkata NTPC Result  Written examination on 18.08.2017/2018:-

RRB Kolkata has declared 2nd stage of written examination of candidates who have been selected for NTPC (Graduate). 26010 candidates have been qualified.

Out of those candidates who appeared in the Written Examination held on 02.12.2017/2018 are found provisionally eligible to appear in the combined 2nd stage (Main) Written Examination for which is scheduled to be held on 18.08.2017/2018(Sunday).

Below mentioned are few important things for candidates to keep in their mind:-

As per Railway Board’s order only one Main (2nd stage) written examination in a single session will be held for all the categories notified under Centralised Employment Notice.
Candidates who have been declared eligible for the Main (2nd stage) written examination have to submit their option compulsorily indicating order of preference for the posts mentioned on the call letter in number from 1 to 7.
The candidates are advised to fill up their preference of post ( ranked from 1 to 7 most favoured as ‘1’ and least favoured as ‘7’ and others in between) in the call letter against the various posts with due care beforehand and tender the same to the Invigilator during the 2nd stage written examinationOnce the choice is made, it shall be final and can not be changed.
Call letters for the Main (2nd stage) written examination are being mailed to the above mentioned candidates by Speed Post.
In case of non receipt of call letters or any discrepancy(es)/error(regarding Name, Address, Community etc. ) is(are) noticed in the call letters, candidates may obtain duplicate/corrected call letters from the office of this Railway Recruitment Board/Kolkata on 17.08.2017/2018 between 11.00 hours and 16.00 hours.

To get the list of qualified candidates, follow below mentioned link:-

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