RRB NTPC Result 2021: Railway Minister Ashwini Vaishnaw Assures Students of Probe in Result Declaration
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RRB NTPC Result 2021: The aggressive stirs led by candidates over discontent in the result declaration process of RRB NTPC Exam has led to a major upheaval across the country in the last few days. In this regard, Railway Minister Ashwini Vaishnaw has stepped forward to address and resolve the issue. Minister Vaishnaw has assured the candidates that their concerns will be paid heed to and the entire result declaration process will be probed.

Minister Ashwini Vaishnaw, adding to his statements, informed that a high-power committee, consisting of senior officials is taking stock of the concerns raised by the Railway Job Aspirants. In addition to this, the Senior Railway Recruitment Board (RRB) officials are also looking forward to meeting student groups to understand their concerns in detail.

It is noteworthy that Railway Minister Vaishnaw swung into action to address the issue after several candidates expressed dissatisfaction over the result declaration process of RRB NTPC Exam 2021 and the process of shortlisting the candidates for CBT-2 or the second recruitment stage. Candidates who have qualified the CBT-1 Exam are eligible to appear for CBT-2. The CBT-1 Result was released on January 14, 2022.

Minister Vaishnaw also cleared the air on the shortlisting process of RRB NTPC. He stated that usually the number of candidates selected to appear in the CBT-2 Exam are only 10 times the number of approved vacancies, which was increased to 20 times this year due to the high number of applicants for the recruitment drive. He further said that this number was increased in CEN 1/2019 to provide job opportunities to more candidates.

He continued his statements by saying that the problem has snowballed as more than 1 candidate has applied in more than 1 category in RRB NTPC Exam. This has led to the presence of shortlisted roll numbers in more than 1 list for CBT-2 Exam.

To calm down the candidates' rage, Minister Vaishnaw suggested that candidates do not believe any news circulating in this regard. At last, he assured the candidates that their concerns will be heard with utmost sensitivity and will then be resolved fairly.