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Sunday, 9 October 2016

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DMRC Junior engineers written test syllabus and books with practice papers for electronics

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The job of Jr.Engineers Electronics (Signaling &Telecom, Automatic Fair Collection, Rolling Stock, E&M, Scada, Stores etc), in shift duty including night shift.

Selection process: the selection methodology will comprise three-stage process
1. Written Test (two papers)
2. Personal Interview
3. Medical examinations

Written test pattern: 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 : It will consist of multiple - choice objective type questions, bilingual (Hindi/English), on General Awareness, Logical Ability, Quantitative Aptitude and/or knowledge of the discipline/trade(basics of electronics, computers,communications,signals,digital electronics...). 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. 
  • Paper - II : It 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 in Paper - I and rank high on the erit list within the zone of consideration, as decided by the DMRC, will only be evaluated for Paper - II. Successful candidates based on the Written Test (Both Paper - I & Paper - II put together) shall be called for Personal Interview /Psycho , at Delhi. 

Books: Reference books with practice papers for Junior engineers electronics

6 comments:

  1. Can b.tech students apply for jr.engineer post

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    1. Yes! b.tech syudents also eligible guys! i am sorry for my previous comments! check this link FAQ,

      Thanks to Ashish Jain...

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  2. What % should be in b.tech for the post of CRA.

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  3. btech also apply see FAQ in dmrc website

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