NMRC JE (Electronics) was conducted on March 7 and the NMRC JE answer key was released at its official website on March 15, 2017. The candidates who appeared for the NMRC JE (Electronics) 2017 exam could for objection in the NMRC JE (Electronics) 2017 answer key from March 15 to March 19. The candidates were to file objection in NMRC JE (Electronics) answer key in the online mode only. Late entries in DMRC are not entertained.
The NMRC published the notification for filling the 745 non-executive posts through the NMRC exam. The exam for NMRC JE exam was scheduled in MCQ based format. NMRC JE (Electronics) exam was a pen paper based exam, where the candidate was required to appear for a written test, GD (Group discussion) and personal interview.
The NMRC JE (Electronics) question paper was published in Hindi & English language. The NMRC JE (Electronics) question paper had 2 papers. The paper 1 was designed to test general aptitude, GK and reasoning abilities of the candidate. The paper 2 was designed to test the English ability of the candidate. The total number of questions in the NMRC JE (Electronics) exam was 180 and the total time was 3 hours. The candidates must login to their account for filling the objections.
According to the NMRC JE (Electronics) marking scheme, the candidate is awarded 1 mark for every correct answer. In the case of a wrong answer, 1/3 marks is deducted from the total marks secured by the candidate. The NMRCE JE (Electronics) paper appeared difficult to some aspirants. The paper was easy but depending upon the practice done by the candidate it appeared hard or easy. The questions were basically designed to check the basic understanding of the concept both in paper 1 and paper2.
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The NMRC JE Electronics answer key was published on March 15, 2017. The candidates can file an objection until March 19, 2017. The NMRC answer key will be published on the official website and same will be updated on collegedunia website. The NMRC answer key is different for each of the paper sets. The candidates must check the details properly before filing any request for change. The objections can be filed in English language only. The candidate has to login to his/her account to file the objection.
The NMRC exam team has provided following instructions for filing objections on the NMRC JE answer key published in the online mode:
The NMRC JE (Electronics) question paper was different for each shift. The NMRC JE (Electronics) exam was conducted in shift 1 and shift 3. The NMRC JE exam was conducted in the online mode. The NMRC Electronics question paper was published in online mode and the paper pattern is as follows:
NMRC JE (Electronics) Question Paper 1: A total of 120 questions were asked in paper 1. The candidates will have questions designed to test the technical knowledge and the general aptitude.
|Paper 1||Questions type||Total number of questions||Total duration|
|Professional/ Technical sphere||75||2 hours 15 minutes|
|General aptitude, logical ability and numerical ability||45|
NMRC JE (Electronics) Question Paper 2: The section is designed to test the general usage and understanding of English language. The candidate will have to attempt 60 questions in 45 minutes. The questions can come on comprehension, Adverb, Part of Speech, Preposition, Direct and Indirect Speech, Active and Passive voice, synonyms, Antonyms etc
NMRC JE paper analysis: The question paper had a wide variety of questions. Every candidate found the difficulty level of the question paper different depending upon their practice. The paper was easy except for a few tricky questions in numeric ability section. The same issue came up with the paper 2. The English section had difficulty because all the options appeared to be closely correct. Trying to find the absolute correct option was hard.
The technical questions appeared simple to those who had done the practice of the basic concepts well. There were questions from circuits, power electronics, electronic circuits. The mathematics questions were difficult as they involved multiple concepts. The question on testing the concept of advanced algebra was easy.
|Question type||Number of Questions|
|Problem solving (Electronics)||18|
|Concept based problem solving||49|
The NMRC paper analysis for paper 2 gives details about the variety of questions asked in paper 2. The English section had following distribution of questions in the exam:
|Question type||Number of questions|
|Fill in the blanks||20|
|Synonyms & Antonyms||15|
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