DMRC JE Recruitment opportunity will be helpful for the aspirants who are in search of government jobs in Delhi. DMRC exam date 2018 for Junior Engineer/ Assistant Manager exam has been released.
Candidates having Bachelor’s degree with minimum required marks can apply for DMRC JE Jobs on the official website of DMRC. The applicant’s age should be minimum of 18 years to apply for DMRC JE Vacancies 2018-19.
DMRC follows a selection process which involves a written test, group discussion and personal interview. Shortlisted candidates on the basis of their performance in written test are called for GD and PI rounds. The final selection of DMRC is done through the overall performance of the candidate.
The aspirants can get the details like eligibility criteria, selection process, syllabus and other related information from the below sections.
Job profile of Junior Engineer (JE) includes maintenance of various Electricals, Electronics, Civil and Mechanical Systems and Train Maintenance, handling/ operating tower Wagon/ Shunting, stores etc. Activities of different job profiles of junior engineer are different.
Candidates are allowed to work either a day shift or night shift. Total working hours are 8-10 hours. Junior Engineer pay scale ranges from INR 13500-25520. The following table shows the different vacancies of different posts:
|Posts||Number of vacancies|
|Junior Engineer Electrical||192|
|Junior Engineer Electronics||135|
|Junior Engineer Mechanical||87|
|Junior Engineer Civil||24|
|Junior Engineer Environment||02|
The Selection process of this post is a three-stage process. Per year this post is having a maximum number of applications. For the final selection, students have to clear all the stages of the selection process which includes a written test, personal interview, and medical examination.
Delhi Metro Rail Corporation (DMRC) offers Junior Engineer profile in various departments. Each profile has different roles and responsibilities. Following is the detailed explanation of different job profiles of Junior Engineers:
Junior Engineer Electrical – Their main job responsibility is to maintain various electrical Rolling Stock/ Lift/ Escalators/ E&M/ Power supply etc.
Junior Engineer Electronics – They help in maintaining electronics Signalling & Telecom, Automatic Fair Collection, Rolling Stock, SCADA, Stores etc.
Junior Engineer Civil – They help in planning, designing, overseeing construction, maintenance of structures etc.
Junior Engineer Mechanical – These candidates can help in train maintenance, handling/ operating tower etc. They also do shift duty including night shift.
DMRC recruit candidates for various executive and non-executive posts. According to the posts, salaries are offered to students. For unskilled labours, the basic pay scale starts from INR 6000. A large number of vacancies are offered by DMRC for various non –executive posts.
The following table shows the salary structure of various DMRC Junior Engineer posts:
|Name of Post||Salary in INR|
|Junior Engineer Electrical||13500-25520|
|Junior Engineer Electronics||13500-25520|
|Junior Engineer Mechanical||13500-25520|
|Junior Engineer Civil||13500-25520|
The total monthly salary for Junior Engineer is around INR 40000.
Different Junior Engineering post has different eligibility criteria. In case, if the eligibility criteria did not match, then the application submitted by the student will be rejected. Following is the detailed explanation of DMRC Junior Engineer eligibility criteria:
|Junior Engineer Electrical||Students must possess three years Engineering Diploma in Electrical or equivalent from a government recognized institute or university|
|Junior Engineer Electronics||They must have three years Engineering Diploma in Electronics/ Electronics and Communication or equivalent from a government recognized institute or university|
|Junior Engineer Mechanical||Students must possess three years Engineering Diploma in Mechanical or equivalent from a government recognized institute or university|
|Junior Engineer Civil||They must have three years Engineering Diploma in Civil or equivalent from a government recognized institute or university|
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For appearing in the examination, it is mandatory for the candidates to fill the application form. It will be available on the official website of DMRC. Application form can be obtained by paying the application fees of amount INR 400 and reserved category candidates have to pay application fees of amount INR 150.
The following table shows the guidelines of how to fill the application form:
|Details to be filled||Guidelines for filling details|
|Candidates Name||As per the names mentioned in the X and XII documents|
|Date of birth||In DD/MM/YYYY format|
|Candidates age||X years, Y Months, Z Days|
|Contact Number||Must write with STD code|
|Category of the Candidate||Select the category from SC/ ST/ OBC/ General|
|Correspondence Address||Write complete address with pin code|
It is beneficial for the candidates to know the examination pattern in advance. The paper is divided into two types i.e. Paper I and Paper II. By solving DMRC Previous Year Question Papers students will come to know about the type of questions asked in the exam.
Following is the detailed explanation of both the papers:
The following table shows the detailed explanation of Paper I exam pattern:
|Sections||Maximum Marks||Total Time|
|General Awareness||15||120 minutes|
|Knowledge of the discipline||75|
The following table shows the detailed explanation of Paper II exam pattern:
|Sections||Maximum Marks||Total Time|
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The following table shows the subject wise syllabus for different streams of Junior Engineering:
|Junior Electrical Engineering||Network Analysis|
|Power Electronics and Drives|
|Analog and Digital Electronics|
|Power System Analysis and Control|
|Utilization of Electrical Energy|
|Protection control systems|
|Switch Gear and Protection|
|Junior Electronic Engineering||Basic Electronics/ Power Electronics|
|Circuit Theory/ Digital Electronics|
|Power Electronics & Drives|
|Measurement and Instrumentation|
|Microprocessors and Microcontrollers|
|Junior Mechanical Engineering||Refrigerator and Air Conditioning|
|Power Strength of Materials|
|Welding and Allied Processes|
|Fluid Mechanics and Machines|
|Junior Civil Engineering||The Design of RCC Structure|
|Hydrology Engineering Materials|
|Planning and Management|
|Strength of Materials|
|Estimation and Coating|
|General Awareness||Budget and Five years Plans Current Affairs|
|Sports Budget and five years plan|
|Books and Authors|
|Who is who?|
|Major Financial/ Economic News Awards|
|Honours Abbreviations and Important Days|
|Science Inventions and Discoveries|
|English||Vocabulary and Grammar|
|Antonyms & Synonyms|
|Basics of English language|
|Quantitative Aptitude||Simple and Compound Interest|
|Time and Work|
|Time and Distance|
|Profit and Loss|
|Logical Ability||Number and Alphabet Series|
|Test of Direction Sense|
|Arithmetic Reasoning Problem on Age|
|Calculation Blood Relations and Decision Making|
|Identical and Embedded Figures|
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Students are advised to make a study plan in such a way that they are able to complete the whole syllabus. For the better preparation, there should be a study plan. For making a study plan, students need to keep in mind some points:
Students can check the result through online mode only by visiting the official website of DMRC. After the completion of the examination, the result will be announced. Dates of releasing result will vary according to the post. DMRC Electronics and the Electrical result will be declared on June 9, 2017. Civil and Mechanical DMRC Result will be announced on June 14, 2017.
Examination result can be checked easily by following the below steps:
After clicking on the link, the result will be displayed on the screen. Students are advised to take the printout of the result for future reference.
After the declaration of the result, cut off will be released. For getting admission in the university or institute students have to score more than the cut off marks. Those who are getting less than the cut off marks are not able to get admission in the university. Different posts have different cut off marks.
Cut off depends on various factors which are as:
The following table shows the DMRC Junior Engineer cut off:
|Junior Engineering Electronics||General||58|
|Junior Engineer electrical||General||66|
*The article might have information for the previous academic years, please refer the official website of the exam.