Delhi DMRC Syllabus Exam Pattern 2019 Jr Engineer, Station Controller ,Train Operator, Maintainer
DMRC Written Test Syllabus and Exam Pattern for the Junior Engineer (Civil, Mechanical, Electrical and Electronics), Station Controller ,Train Operator, Maintainer , Steno and Assistants vacancies. Candidates who all applied for DMRC corresponding posts they could be download the DMRC Syllabus , DMRC Exam Pattern for the Written Examination in a month of December 2019 or January / February 2019.
DMRC Selection Process 2019
Delhi Metro Rail Corporation DMRC was recently announced 1509 vacancies of various posts like above mentioned, for this huge number’s of applications were received by officially of DMRC. The board has decided to be conducting two various dates for the written exam of Junior Engineer and remaining posts different days.
Name of Organization : Delhi Metro Rail Corporation
No of Posts : 1509
Category : Syllabus and Exam Pattern
Date of Written Test : Will be Updated
For the post of Asstt.Manager/Fin The selection methodology will comprise a three-stage process – Written Test (two papers), Group Discussion & Personal Interview followed by Medical Examination to ascertain the percentage of disability.
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For the post of Station Controller/Train Operator and Customer Relations Assistant , the selection methodology will comprise four-stage process – Written Test (two papers), Psycho Test, Personal Interview followed by Medical examination in Aye-one category.
For the post of Jr.Engineers (Electrical/Electronics/Mechanical/Civil), the selection methodology will comprise three-stage process – Written Test (two papers), Personal Interview followed by Medical examinations in Aye-one category not below Aye-three.
For the post of Office Asstt & Account Asstt the selection methodology will comprise two-stage process – Written Test (two papers), followed by Medical examination in Cee-One category(as applicable for PWD). There will be no interview for these categories of posts.
For the post of Stenographers the selection methodology will comprise a three-stage process – Written Test (two papers), Skill Test followed by Medical Examination in Cee-one category (as applicable for PWD). There will be no interview for this post.
For the post of Maintainer the selection methodology will comprise two-stage process – Written Test (paper-I only), followed by Medical examination in BeeOne category. There will be no interview for these categories of posts.
Delhi DMRC Syllabus Exam Pattern 2019
Written Test: The written test will consist of two papers (Paper-I and Paper-II, to be held on the same day in the same centre).
Paper-I will consist of multiple-choice objective type questions, bilingual (Hindi/English), on General Awareness, Logical Ability, Quantitative Aptitude and/ knowledge of the discipline / trade.There will be a total of 120 questions, each carrying equal marks. There will be negative marking.For every wrong answer 1/3 marks will be deducted.The Paper-I shall be of 1.5 hours duration. Written Test for Maintainer post will consist of one paper only.
Paper-II (Not for Maintainers post) will consist of objective type questions on General English to judge the knowledge of English language.There will be a total of 60 questions,each carrying equal marks.There will be negative marking.For every wrong answer 1/3 marks will be deducted.The Paper-II shall be of 45 minutes’ duration.
Candidates who qualify separately in Paper-I & Paper-II and rank high on the merit list within the zone of consideration in (Both Paper-I & Paper-II separately) as decided by DMRC shall be called, based on the Written Test (both Paper-I & Paper-II together), for Personal Interview/GD/skill test/Psycho test/Medical Examination, at Delhi/NCR. Maintainers will have only one paper.
Note : Examination may be conducted Offline (OMR based) or Online (Computer based) mode.
Skill Test in Stenography: The skill test will be of Qualifying Nature.The candidates will have to appear for the stenography test.
The candidates will be given one dictation for 10 minutes in English at the speed of 80 w.p.m. The matter will have to be transcribed on computer only.The transcription time will be of 40 minutes (English).
Candidates (for all category of posts) called for GD/Personal interview/Skill Test/Psycho Test/Medical examination, as the case may be, at Delhi and shall be paid to & fro sleeper class Railway fare for journey by the shortest route between Railway Station nearest to hometown & Delhi. No reimbursement shall be made to the candidates appearing for the written examination.