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RRB NTPC 2020 Application Status Goes Live, Candidates Complain of Unexpected Error

RRB NTPC 2020 application status goes live, and candidates can check their application status from 21 September 2020 to 30 September 2020

The application status for RRB NTPC 2020 and Group D exams, which will be held from 15 December onwards to full 35208 vacancies for non-technical popular categories like guards, office clerks, commercial clerks, and so on, has now gone live. Applicants can view the status of their applications under provisionally eligible or rejected along with reasons for rejections. However, even after one hour of the link going live, several candidates are complaining of their status displaying an unexpected error.

“More than 1 hour can’t check NTPC RRB NTPC application status! Please do something,” tweets Niladri Chatterjee. “Facing Problem in Checking Status of NTPC,” says another applicant by the name Gautam Rao. “RRB NTPC form status displays unexpected error upon checking. Please get this rectified,” says another candidate.

However, the problem may be temporary due to a high influx of candidates checking their statuses. Furthermore, if a candidate is rejected, an SMS and e-mail will be sent to the candidate’s registered e-mail address and mobile number provided in the form. . Status of applications can be viewed by entering the Application Registration Number and Date of Birth of the candidates.

“Candidature of all the eligible candidates is purely provisional and is liable to be canceled at any stage of the recruitment process or thereafter, in case of any inconsistency/deficiency furnished by them in their application or any malpractice on the part of the candidate coming to the notice of RRB at any stage of the recruitment process,” says the notification.

The Railway Recruitment Board had accepted applications over a year and a half ago for nearly 1.40 lakh RRB NTPC vacancies. RRBs had received over 2.40 crore applications. Indian Railways said that the Computer Based Test (CBT) for the above vacancies had to be deferred due to Covid-19 pandemic and resultant lockdown, which was imposed throughout the country.

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