NRTI Result 2020 – National Rail and Transportation Institute has released the result of the NRTI entrance exam at the official website. Result announced for admission in UG & PG Courses. Candidates can check the result at the official website, i.e, nrti.edu.in or the direct link provided. On the basis of the entrance score, the merit list rank will be published on site. The shortlisted individual candidates according to the high ranked participate in the counselling process. For more details on NRTI Result 2020, scroll down to the below article.
Latest: NRTI PG Merit List has been released for 2020 session. Scroll down to check.
NRTI Result 2020
Candidates who have selected the upgrading option in the First round counselling and who selected online documents at the NRTI campus, Vadodara. Have been verified and somehow not got admission, they can participate in second round counselling. An important schedule for second round counselling is given below table.
07 Sep 2020 (9:00 am to 10:30 am)
|Commencement of Classes|
How to check the NRTI 2020 Result?
Candidates can check out the steps given below to know the process of checking the NRTI 2020 Result. The result releases only on the official website of the conducting body.
- Visit the official website or click the link available above.
- Once you follow the link, you will see the link to download the merit list of shortlisted candidates
- The list will contain the Roll number wise names of shortlisted candidates
- Press ctrl+F and type your Roll Number
- Check your status
- Save the file
Merit List for NRTI
NRTI Merit list is basically based on the candidates’ performance in the entrance exam scores and it releases on the official website of NRTI. This merit list rank for respective category wise such General, OBC, SC and ST. The candidates who are provisionally selected candidates, those along with high ranked waitlisted students, will be called for counselling on as per schedule at NRTI campus, Vadodara. In case there are any vacant seats after the 1st round of counselling, additional waitlisted students will be called in the order of merit for the 2nd round of counselling on as per schedule.
The provisional selected candidates according to high ranked scoring can be eligible for the counselling process. Candidates must carry the required documents for the counselling and Moreover, here the officials may ask you to produce your original documents. In case any required documents unable to provide at the time of counselling, they should be lost their admission. Therefore, you should carry these following documents with you:-
Documents required for counselling
- NRTI 2020 scorecard
- NRTI Admit card.
- All original mark sheets and certificate with the self-attested photocopy.
- Caste/ PH certificate if applicable
- Valid photo ID proof.
- In case any dispute arises the NRTI reserves the right to exercise its own discretion.
NRTI 2020 Exam
This entrance exam conducted by the NRTI (National Rail and Transportation Institute) for admission in BBA in Transportation Management and BSc in Transportation Technology. And both these courses three-year undergraduate programmes. Those candidates are eligible who successfully completed their 10+2 Board examination with at least 55% marks (50% for OBC/SC/ST) and be below the age of 25 years as on August 01, 2020. The format of NRTI online entrance exam is CBT (Computer Based Test) and the questions paper carries the 100 multiple-choice questions. And the total duration of the entrance examination is 90 minutes.
The language medium of the entrance exam is only English and marking scheme in the exam is given below.
- +01 marks for every correct response.
- -0.33 marks for every incorrect response.
NRTI offers the 3 years of full-time residential UG programmes provide students with the great opportunity to learn from global faculty, experts, practitioners, and academicians, offering interdisciplinary immersion with a focus on surface transportation. Those qualified entrance exams and comes under the high ranked are called for counselling.
About the NRTI
National Rail and Transportation Institute (NRTI), is India’s first university focussed on transport-related education from a global perspective, training and multidisciplinary research. NRTI is specifically established to create the best resource pool of elite professionals for the railway and transportation sector. NRTI will offer cross-disciplinary programmes designed to cater to the needs of India’s transportation sector.
NRTI will follow a highly experiential and unique inter-disciplinary pedagogical approach, that incorporates the latest technologies such as live classrooms and online programs, and is delivered by high-quality faculty with global exposure.
NRTI is focused on developing global and national partnerships with top universities and organizations from across the world. This will enable access to the latest pedagogy and program design, and prevailing transportation-related domain knowledge, innovations and research developments. NRTI has adopted an interdisciplinary approach for research of transport systems—it is bringing together academicians, scientists and engineers from various backgrounds, and plans to leverage its academic and industry partnerships and collaborations.
- Established as a deemed to be university under the de-novo category in 2018
- Multidisciplinary techno-commercial curriculum
- Incorporates 21st-century skills: communication, critical thinking and collaboration
- Project-based learning at Railway establishments
- Highly experienced in-house and visiting faculty with international exposure
- Fully residential program with a modern hostel for boys and girls
- Up to 100% scholarships (Need-blind admission)
- Global academic and industry partnerships
- State-of-the-art green campus
- All the programs comply with UGC and AICTE guidelines.
FAQ’s for NRTI Result
No, such relaxation criteria for the work experience candidates. Only reservation as per Central Government regulations will be applied.
185 seat intake for students across the UG Programmes and 60 seats for the PG Programmes.
No, admissions are decided solely on the basis of candidates result in the NRTI Admission Entrance Test conducted for that year.
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