DMRC Important Dates, Selection Process, Eligibility, Application Form, Admit Card, Exam Pattern, Marking Scheme, Syllabus, Tips and Tricks, Previous Year Papers



The Delhi Metro Rail Corporation (DMRC) Ltd, a Joint Venture company with equity participation from Govt. of India and Govt. of National Capital Territory of Delhi has been entrusted with the responsibility of implementation of the rail-based Mass Rapid Transit System for Delhi. The Delhi Metro Rail Corporation, Lifeline of Delhi, prides itself on its ability to nurture its employees through its unique work culture. 



Each year DMRC organizes a series of selection tests to recruit candidates for the various departments of Delhi Metro Rail Corporation, these tests/exams also vary in terms of the pattern and the syllabus, depending upon the position or vacancy option. Although, the general exam pattern is known to have consisted of two exams: Paper 1 (GK, Maths, Logical Reasoning) & Paper 2 (English). The questions are in the form of Multiple Choice Options and there is a criterion of negative marking as well. To Prepare well, candidates are advised to attempt DMRC Exam previous year question papers. 



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DMRC Delhi Metro Rail Corporation का
Registration Dates:
Registration Starts: January 2021 Registration Closes: March 2021
Examination Date:
To be Announced
Educational Qualification
Bachelor’s degree with the minimum aggregate as specified by DMRC.
Time Duration:
Paper 1: 90 Minutes Paper 2: 45 Minutes
Paper 1 and 2:
Paper-1: General Awareness, Quantitative Aptitude, Logical Reasoning, Relevant Discipline(acc to job post) Paper-2: English Language
Availability of Answer Key:
Feb 28, 2020

Table of Contents

  1.  DMRC Important Dates

  2.  DMRC Selection Process

  3.  DMRC Eligibility

  4.  DMRC Application Form

  5.  DMRC Admit Card

  6.  DMRC Exam Pattern

  7.  DMRC Marking Scheme

  8.  DMRC Syllabus

  9.  DMRC Tips and Tricks

1. DMRC Important Dates

  • The notification for the DMRC will be released before the application is started

  • The exam is held every year to recruit the candidates

​DMRC Registration Period

  • The online registration (Application form submission) will be started from January 2021

  • Application form (Registration) will be closed from March 2021

  • The last date to submit the application fee: April 2021

 

  • The admit card will be released before the written test

  • The written exam date is to be announced

  • The result will be announced after the completion of the exam

  • The interview is conducted after the written exam

2. DMRC Selection Process

  • Written Exam

  • Personal Interview/ Group Discussion

  • Medical Examination according to the post

  • Final Selection

3. DMRC Eligibility

Nationality

  • The applicant must be a citizen of India

DMRC Age Limit

  • The minimum age limit is 18 years

  • The maximum age limit is 27 years

  • The age relaxation varies according to the category

  • Age Relaxation

    • General: No age relaxation

    • ​OBC: 03 years

    • SC/ST: 05 years

    • DMRC Employee: 03/05 years

    • Ex-Servicemen: 03 years

    • PwD Unreserved Category: 10 years

    • PwD OBC: 13 years

    • PwD SC/ST: 15 years

DMRC Educational Qualification

  • Graduation in relevant discipline according to the post

 

  • The DMRC releases the information of the mandatory eligibility criteria on the official site in the notification

  • The aspirants should read the eligibility criteria carefully before applying for the exam to avoid circumstances

  • The main factor of change in eligibility is the age limit because the period in which DOB should lie changes with time

4. DMRC Application Form

  • The candidates will apply on the official site of the DMRC

  • The DMRC invites application form to the candidates for filling the vacancies of vacant post

  • The DMRC releases notification on the official site to fill the application form

  • This notification contains the information of registration period, required documents, vacancies, exam date, relevant eligibility conditions, etc

  • The application form filling will be started once the application form filling notification releases

  • The candidates are advised to read the eligibility criteria carefully before applying for the exam because the candidature of ineligible candidates will not be acknowledged

DMRC Application Fee

  • General/OBC: Rs. 500/-

  • SC/ST/Ex-Servicemen: 250/-

  • The application fee (exam fee or registration fee) can be paid via net banking, mobile wallets, IMPS, Cash card, debit card, credit card, etc

DMRC Application Form Filling Process (Registration Process)

  • The candidates are advised to fill the application form carefully and they should recheck the details filled by them before final submission

  • There is no provision of the correction window

  • If the candidate has made mistake in application form filling, he can apply again by filing a new application form

  • The application fee once submitted will not be refunded under any circumstances, so the candidates will have to make a fresh payment to pay the application fee

  • The application form will be filled in the below simple steps

    • (a). Registration

    • (b). Fill Application Form

    • (c). Upload Photo, Signature, and Certificates

    • (d). Pay Application Fee

    • (e). Print Application Form Copy

  • The personal information of the candidates is required like class 10/12/graduation certificate, category certificate (if applicable), etc during the form filling

  • The post, exam center preference, etc also asked on filling the application form

  • The candidate's photo and a signature will be required during the application form filling

    • Photo Size: 80 kb max, jpg/jpeg

    • Signature: 80 kb max, jpg/jpeg

    • Category/DOB/Qualifying Mark Certificates: 01 MB Max

  • The face and eyes should be visible on the photograph

  • The signature should be also clear. It will be matched in the future use

  • The signature should not be in capital letters

  • The candidates should read instructions carefully before application form filling

  • The candidates should note down the registration number and password for further use

  • They should print out the application form copy in a white blank paper to keep all the information with them for further use

5. DMRC Admit Card

  • Candidates can download the admit card from the official site of DMRC

  • DMRC releases the admit cards on @ http://www.delhimetrorail.com/

  • Admit card will be available to download before minimum 7-15 days of the exam

  • The candidates should print the admit card on a white blank paper

  • The text and information printed on the admit card should be visible and readable

  • The candidates are advised to save a copy of the admit card for future use

  • The candidates should have clear information about the exam pattern and marking process before attempting the real exam. They are advised to make a wise strategy to acquire more marks than the cutoff

  • The admit card will be available to download till the exam

  • Adress and photograph of identity proof should be matched to the uploaded records

Steps to download DMRC Admit card

  • The DMRC provides a link on its official site to download the admit cards

  • Fill the credentials like registration number, roll number, password, date of birth, etc

  • Mostly these credentials are available on the printed copy of the application form

  • After filling the credentials, they will reach on the admit card

  • Now they can print or download the admit card

  • In case of forgetting the password, they can use the forget password option. The login information will be sent on the registered mobile number or mail

Information in the DMRC Admit card

  • Roll Number/ User id and password

  • Name and address of the candidate

  • Registration number of the candidate

  • The venue of the examination center

  • Date and time of the examination

  • Date of Birth and Category

  • Gender and Signature of the candidate

  • Candidate's photograph and a blank space to affix the candidate's photograph matching to the uploaded one

  • Boxes containing space for signature and thumb impression of the candidate

  • A box for the signature of the invigilator

DMRC Exam Day Instructions

  • The candidates are advised to follow all the instructions printed on the admit card

  • The instructions printed on the admit card should be clearly readable. Instructions make the candidate aware of attending the exam

  • Original copy and photocopy of a valid identity proof containing photograph and address is required in the examination hall

  • The candidates will be disqualified for misconduct in the examination

  • The candidate must have the same information and signature in each document

  • The DMRC will not acknowledge any change in time, date, center of the examination, etc

  • digital devices, earphones, unnecessary objects are not permitted to bring into the exam hall

  • The candidates have to Wear mask and gloves during the exam

  • The candidates should carry minimum 50 ml sanitizer in a transparent bottle

  • The candidate should install Arogya Setu App

The discrepancy in DMRC Admit card

  • The candidates should cross-check the information in the admit card

  • They should make sure that there is no mismatch in the details of the admit card and identity proof

  • If there is any discrepancy, they should bring it in front of the DMRC

6. DMRC Exam Pattern

  • The correct understanding of exam pattern and marking process to answer the questions with a planned strategy directs towards the bright score

  • The DMRC is responsible to set up exam pattern and the marking process for the Exam

  • The organization mention exam pattern and marking scheme on the notification of application form filling

  • The written exam is conducted in online mode

  • The written exam contains two papers to held on the same day

    • ​Paper-1

    • Paper-2

  • Each MCQ contains 4 options to opt right answer amongst them

  • Exam level will be national-level

  • Exam duration will be:

    • ​90 minutes (1 Hour and 30 Minutes) for paper-1

    • 45 minutes for paper-2

  • Paper will be available in the English Language

  • Total questions will be:

    • ​120 questions in the paper-1

    • 60 questions in paper-2

  • Number of sections (Paper-1)

    • General Awareness

    • Quantitative Aptitude

    • Logical Ability

    • Knowledge of Discipline

  • ​Paper-2 (English Language)

  • ​Relevant Opted Subjects for JE

    • ​Electrical Engineering

    • Electronics ​Engineering

    • ​Mechanical Engineering

    • ​Civil Engineering

  • The skill test/ Interview will be held after the written exam

7. DMRC Marking Scheme

  • The marking process is similar within a paper

  • 01 mark will be awarded for each correct answer

  • 0.33 Mark will be deducted for each wrong answer

  • There is no negative mark or inclusive mark for unattempted questions

  • The exam will be conducted online, so marking two answers of a question is not possible

  • Negative marking not only prevents to gain mark but also shorten score by penalty

  • The candidates are suggested to mark the answers with accuracy to lessen the impact of negative marking

  • The three wrong answers mark deduction value is equal to the one right answer mark gaining value

  • To excel in the exam, candidates should focus on accuracy in solving the questions

  • The implementation of knowledge works more than the only having information that answers the query "How negative marking affect the score that drives the candidates score below the cutoff?"

  • The DMRC Board implements the marking scheme in the exam

  • The candidates have to clear the cutoff to be eligible for the next tier. They have to clear the overall cutoff to come on the merit list

  • We should never mark guess based answer

  • Reduce time consumption to answer the questions during the exam

8. DMRC Syllabus

GENERAL AWARENESS 
Budget and Five Year Plans, Current Affairs (National and International), Sports, Budget and Five Year Plans, Books and Authors, Who is who? Major Financial/Economic News, Awards and Honors, Abbreviations & Important Days, and more Science – Inventions and Discoveries

ENGLISH 
Vocabulary & Grammar, Antonyms & Synonyms and its correct usage, Basics of English Language, Sentence structure

QUANTITATIVE APTITUDE 
Simple and Compound Interest, Time and Work, Unitary Method, Decimal Fractions, HCF, LCM, Number System, Percentage, Time and Distance, Average, Profit and Loss, Data Interpretation, Mensuration (2D and 3D), Algebra

LOGICAL ABILITY VERBAL 
Number & Alphabet Series, Test of Direction Sense, Coding-Decoding, Arithmetical Reasoning, Problem on Age Calculation, Blood Relations & Decision Making
Non-Verbal Series, Mirror Images, Grouping Identical & Embedded Figures

9. DMRC Tips and Tricks

Refer to the latest DMRC Syllabus and Exam Pattern. Get familiar with the exam pattern and syllabus before you begin to prepare. It makes things a lot easier. Once you complete the topics mentioned in the DMRC Syllabus, attend the mock test. Tests are important in judging your abilities right. Mock Tests will also give a true picture before the exams, besides giving you practice and exposure to solving different types of questions.

  • Increase Speed: Manage your time properly; give an appropriate amount of time to each section. Try to improve your time by practicing as many online tests as possible. Youth4work provides online mock tests with a time limit attached to each question; this way one can learn to finish the entire exam within the time limit.
  • Improve Accuracy: Whatever new concepts you learn; make it a habit of practicing them regularly so you do not forget key topics. Because you will not have enough time to prepare all the syllabus topics proficiently, so you must master those you are comfortable with.
  • Use Time Intelligently: Studying in a stretch for hours can be tedious and hard and also not so good. Therefore, try to study several times in regular sessions during a day. This will make learning easy and fun, also you will have enough time to brush up the already studied topics in between intervals.
  • Previous Years’ Papers: Try to get your hands on as many previous years’ question papers as you can. There is a certain type of question pattern you will find useful for your preparation and also get familiar with past exam paper trends.  

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