In a latest news from RRB Secunderabad, all the Railway Recruitment Boards (RRB) will soon provide a feature ‘Objection Tracker’ which can be assumed as a major step in the process of result announcement. While the results are still being awaited by over 56 lakh aspirants, the release of answer keys and question paper will certainly help them calm their senses.
RRN NTPC exam was conducted in several dates earlier this year to fill over 18 thousand vacancies under Non-Popular Technical Categories (NTPC) and astonishingly around 93 applications were received from all over the country. RRB NTPC exam answer keys will soon be released so that the candidates would be able to check their answers and get a view of their performance in the exam. RRB NTPC results are expected to be announced this month.
RRB Secunderabad and RRB Ajmer released a notice referring to the candidates who had taken the RRB NTPC exam held in March-May 2016. While the RRBs are being constantly criticized for the delay in the announcement of RRB NTPC exam results, this notice can lead to some sort of satisfaction to the aspirants. The notice mentions that the preparation of result for the exam involving millions of candidates required data handling of unprecedented magnitude and hence the results are still under preparation. The notice further reads, “The Objection Tracker containing question papers and answer keys for the exam will soon be made available on the websites of RRBs for raising objections, if any.”
Here is the notification :
Since the new feature ‘Objection Tracker’ will be updated by the RRBs, it is very likely that the system would function similar to what most of the examination authorities adopt nowadays. The authorities release the answer keys of the exam prepared by their experts and invite objections from the candidates so as to remove any discrepancy as well as to keep the transparency in the results preparation. It may be assumed that the RRBs will individually upload the question papers of RRB NTPC exam held this year along with the answer keys and the candidates will be allowed to submit their objections if they find any error in it. Further, these objections would be examined by the expert panels, following which the final result will be prepared.
Though RRB has revealed that the Objection Tracker will be launched, it has not given any accurate information about when it would be launched. The feature will be open for a period of seven days and all the candidates are advised to keep a regular check on the RRB website for the same.