RRB Chandigarh NTPC CBT 2 Result 2022 Out – Download CEN 01/2019 Cut-Off Marks Link: Railway Recruitment Board has released CEN-01/2019 (NTPC): LEVEL- 3 Result & Cut-Off Marks – Chandigarh. Candidates who are waiting for the merit list PDF can download here.
Candidates bearing the Roll Numbers listed herein under have been provisionally shortlisted for the Document Verification (DV) for the posts notified in Pay Level – 3, based on their score in 2nd stage CBT and the priority for various posts in Pay level -3 furnished by them in the online application. The candidates called for DV of Pay level-6 & level-5 but could not be empanelled due to reasons like being absent, lower medical fitness etc., are also considered for posts in Level-3 based on their merit.
RRB Chandigarh NTPC DV 2023:
The Document Verification (DV) will commence shortly and the schedule of DV will be published on website. The candidates scheduled for DV will get an email and SMS to download their e-call letter from RRB Website.
Candidates may note that after successful completion of DV, they have to undergo Medical Examination at the nominated Railway Hospitals. The candidates are required to come prepared to stay for three to four days. Candidates have to pay the prescribed medical fee of Rs.24/- on the scheduled DV date. Accordingly, candidates have to come prepared for DV and medical examination.
RRB Chandigarh NTPC DV Call letter 2023:
- The shortlisted candidates for DV should produce all the original documents along with two sets of Xerox copies in A4 size as detailed in the CEN and e-call letter.
- Candidature of all the shortlisted candidates for Document Verification is purely provisional and is liable to be cancelled, at any stage of recruitment or thereafter, in case of any inconsistency / deficiency in the data furnished by them in their online application or any malpractice on the part of candidates coming to the notice of RRB at any stage of the recruitment process. It may be noted that merely calling a candidate for Document Verification does not entitle him/her in any way to an appointment in the Railways