NMRC 2017 Junior Engineer (Civil): Answer Key, Question Paper Analysis

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Mar 22, 2017

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NMRC 2017 Junior Engineer (Civil) Exam was conducted on March 9, 2017. DMRC has released answer keys for NMRC 2017 Junior Engineer (Civil). Candidates can refer to DMRC 2017 JE (Civil) paper and can check the answers from the DMRC JE Answer Key and calculate their score. The candidates can raise objections on the official answer key till March 19, 2017. If they do not submit their objections within this period, they will not have the right to any future claim for re-evaluation at the later stage of selection process.

DMRC JE exam for Civil comprised questions from General Awareness, English, Logical Ability and Quantitative Question from Civil Engineering syllabus. Candidates found Logical Ability and GK questions easy this time. The Junior Engineer Civil written test for DMRC Recruitment comprises of two sections i.e. Paper I and Paper II. It consists 180 multiple choice questions. The total duration of the written test was 2 hours 15 minutes only.

NMRC Result will be declared in April 2017. The final merit list will be prepared based on the total marks obtained in all the rounds of selection process. Candidates who are shortlisted on the basis of their rank on the merit list will be called for the selection process after the declaration of result. .

How to Download DMRC JE Civil Answer Key

There are two papers in DMRC JE Civil paper. First Paper includes questions from Technical, General Knowledge, and Quantitative Ability section. Second Paper includes questions from the English language. Candidates who want to download DMRC JE Civil Answer key can follow the following steps:

  • Visit the official site of DMRC- www.delhimetrorail.com/
  • Click on Careers
  • scroll down to NMRC Recruitment for Non-Executive posts
  • click on the link to download DMRC Answer key

Challenge against Answer key

If any candidate has any objection against Questions and Answers (Responses) can file his or her objections to Questions and Answers through an online link on the official website. 

Candidates must read the following Instructions carefully before challenging:

  • To view your paper, go to "Question Paper" tab.
  • Click On + (add) Button in the tab "Objections" to raise your objections.
  • Before stating your objection, go through the questions and answers carefully.
  • Objections must be entered only in English.
  • The objections filed should be clear, understandable, relevant and reasoned. Ambiguous Objections may not be considered for evaluation.
  •  Before submission of objection, it is mandatory for the candidate to upload supporting document.
  • Supporting document should be in the maximum size of 400KB and in PDF/ JPG/ JPEG format.
  • Maximum 3 supporting documents can be uploaded for each question.
  • Objections can be raised only against questions and their respective alternatives.
  • Objections once submitted cannot be edited later.
  • In the question paper view, the correct answer is marked by a green tick mark (√) next to the option.
  • The question ID, which is used for all references, is mentioned to the right of the question.
  • The status of the question, whether you answered it or not, is also mentioned to the right of the question.
  • The option you chose during the exam is shown to the right of the question.
  • In the remarks column, enter your reason for objection clearly. Objections with no valid explanation or reference will not be taken into account and will be discarded.

Important: Objection is to be submitted ONLY through ONLINE objection link which will be open until 19th March 2017. Objection/complaint received through any other mode of communication/channel will not be entertained under any circumstances. If a candidate does not submit their objections within stipulated period, such candidates will not have the right to any future legal claim in the court of law for re-evaluation at the later stage of selection process.

DMRC JE Civil Engineering Analysis

Paper 1 has 120 questions out of which 45 are from Quantitative and General Knowledge and 75 are Technical questions. Paper 2 has 60 question from the English language.  Total Time duration of both papers is 135 minutes. The medium of Paper was English and Hindi.

Paper 1 Analysis

The paper 1 comprised two sections i.e. Aptitude and Technical. It consisted of 120 questions. The total of 45 questions was asked in the Aptitude section and 75 questions were asked in the Technical section. The medium of the paper was English & Hindi. Technical section of NMRC JE (Civil) is considered one of the most difficult sections. the main aim of the Aptitude section is to test candidates’ logical and aptitude. Candidates feel that aptitude section is easier to score. The level of this section stays at par with previous years.

NMRC Answer Key 2017

Paper 2 Analysis

The paper 2 comprised of General English section only. It consisted 60 questions. Candidates had to solve this section in 45 minutes only. It contains vocabulary, synonyms, antonyms, spelling errors, idioms & phrases, sentence completion, one-word substitution etc. topics in the paper 2.

NMRC 2017 Result for JE Civil

Candidates who have appeared in NMRC 2017 exam for Junior Engineer (Civil) can download  NMRC Result from the official website which will be uploaded soon by NMRC. They can download their result by using their Roll number or name. Candidates should check our page regularly to get updates regarding NMRC Result 2017. To check NMRC Result 2017 follow the steps given below:

  • Open the official link of NMRC
  • Click on the Recruitment option.
  • Select Notification to NMRC Recruitment.
  • Click on Result Option on the page,
  • Fill the required detail at required space.
  • Submit the process to Download Exam result.
  • Save the result for future reference.

NMRC 2017 Cut off

Those candidates who have checked their answers would now want to know the cut off marks. Cut off marks are the minimum marks needed to get selected to the next round. The expected cut off for different categories are as follows:

Category NMRC Cut off Marks
General 70 %
OBC 55% to 65%
SC/ST 45 % to 50%

*The article might have information for the previous academic years, please refer the official website of the exam.