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SSC Syllabus

Note: This is a predicted pattern based on previous years’ weightages as well as the new pattern announced.

General Intelligence & Reasoning
Nature of Questions Chapters Weightage (# of Questions) Approach
1. Scoring
2. Easy to Solve
3. Less Time Consuming
4. Sometimes a bit Difficult
Classification
Analogy
Coding Decoding
Puzzle
2-3
2-3
2-3
2-3
Number, Letter, General Knowledge and Meaningful Words based questions.
Letter, Number, General Knowledge and Meaning based questions.
Questions on Coding by Analogy, Coding and decoding by letter shifting, and Coding Letters of a Word.
Could also include, Coding and decoding in fictitious language.
Number based puzzles like 7 × 5 × 6 × 5 = 6575, then 8 × 7 × 4 × 6 = ?
or
Find the correct equation type questions.
or
Quant based questions like on age, speed and distance.
or
Seating arrangement questions.
1. Easy to Solve
2. High Accuracy possible
3. May be time consuming
Matrix
Word formation
Arranging words in Meaningful order or Dictionary order
0-1
1-2
1-2
1 or 2 Matrix of letters with numbers are given from which correct set of numbers for given word is to find out.
From the given word find whether the given option words can be formed or not.
It can be meaningful order of doing a certain task, or following a certain rule.
In dictionary order words are to be arranged according to dictionary sequence in ascending or descending order.
1. Easy to Solve
2. High Accuracy possible
3. Less Time Consuming
Venn diagram
Directions & Distances
0-2
0-1
Problems based on Venn Diagram
Simple problems that can be solved by just drawing all information on paper.
1. May be Time Consuming
2. May be tricky
Blood Relations
Missing Number
Series
0-1
1-2
2-3
Family Tree problems or General Blood Relation Problems.
May be asked.
Find the missing number from the given matrix or diagram.
Mainly questions on Number & Alphabet series.
1. Scoring
2. Sometimes a bit Difficult
3. Visual imagination is required
Non Verbal Reasoning 3-4 Questions like Complete the pattern, Assemble Image, Mirror Image, Hidden Image, Counting Figures.
Figure based Analogy/Classification/Series or cube based questions may be asked.
1. May be tricky
2. Sometimes a bit Difficult
3. Time Consuming
Verbal Reasoning 0-2 Questions on Statements and Conclusions, Statements and Inferences, Statements and Assumptions, Assertion and Reason.
Questions on Course of Action & Statements and Arguments can also be asked.
General Awareness
Chapter Topic Weightage (#Question) Total Weightage of Chapter
Static
Culture
Indian History
Geography (Indian + World)
Environment
Economy
Polity
1-2
2-3
2-3
1-2
2-3
2-3
14
Science
Biology
Chemistry
Physics + Space Science
Computer and Mobile Technology
Diseases, pollution
Nutrition
1-2
1-2
1-2
1-2
1-2
1-2
9
Others
Current Affairs
Misc. GK- Sports, People In News, Books
Dates, Portfolios, Schemes
0-1
0-1
0-1
2
Quantitative Aptitude
Priority Order Nature of questions Topic Weightage(# Question) Approach
I.  
Simplification
Interest
Percentage
Ratio and Proportion
Average
Problems on Ages
1-2
1-2
0-1
1-2
0-1
0-1
Questions on BODMAS Rule, Fractions, Surds and Indices etc.
Problems on Simple, Compound Interests and Installments
Calculation oriented basic Percentage Problems
Problems on Simple, Compound Ratios and Direct/Indirect Proportions
Problems on Average Weight/Height/Marks etc.
Basic Problems on Ages
II.  
Speed Time And Distance
Profit and Loss
Number Series
Number System
Mensuration
Data Interpretation
1-2
1-2
0-1
1-2
2-3
0-3
Problems on Average/Relative speeds, Boats, Trains etc.
Problems on Profit/Loss, Dishonest/Successive dealings, Partnerships etc.
Moderate to difficult problems on Completing the series, Finding Missing/Wrong Term
Moderate problems on LCM and HCF, Irrational or Rational Numbers, Proper steps should be followed to solve irrational to rational numbers
Problems on Plane Figures such as Square, Rectangle, Circles, Cone, Cylinder etc.
Problems on Bar/Line Graphs, Pie Charts, Tables etc.
III.  
Time and Work
Mixture problems
Algebra
Geometry
Trigonometry
1-2
0-1
2-3
3-4
2-3
Problems on Work efficiency, Wages and Pipes etc.
To Make A Mixture From Two Or More Entities/Mixtures
Basic Linear Equations in one or two variables, Quadratic and Algebraic Identities are important. Remember all the identities
Problems related to Triangles congruency, Similarity theorems, Circle chords and tangent theorems, Co-ordinate geometry etc.
Remember all the theorems.
Problems based on Trigonometric ratios and Identities, Height and Distance etc…
Remember all the Trigonometric Identities.

 

SSC CGL PATTERN

 

Tier Mode Scheme of Examination Marks Time
I Online A. General Intelligence
& Reasoning
25 Questions
B. General Awareness
25 Questions
C.Quantitative Aptitude
25 Questions
D.English
Comprehension
25 Questions
50 Marks
50 Marks
50 Marks
50 Marks
Total -200
Marks *
60 Minutes
(Total)
For VH and
candidates
suffering from
Cerebral
Palsy: 100
Minutes
II Online Same as published in
the
Notice of Examination
Same as published in
the
Notice of Examination
Same as published in
the
Notice of Examination
III Pen and Paper mode Descriptive Paper in
English/Hindi
(writing of
Essay/Precis/Letter
/Application Writing
etc.
Total marks
100
60 minutes
For VH and
candidates
suffering from
Cerebral Palsy:
80 Minutes
IV Data Entry
Skill Test
(DEST) /
Computer
Proficiency
Test (CPT)
(wherever
applicable)
Same as published in
the
Notice of Examination
Qualifying 60 minutes
For VH and
candidates
suffering from
Cerebral Palsy:
80 Minutes

 

Bank PO Syllabus

 

Phase-I: Preliminary Examination:

Preliminary Examination consisting of Objective Tests for 100 marks will be conducted online. This test would be of 1 hour duration consisting of 3 sections as follows:

S.L. Name of Test No. of Questions Marks Duration
1 English Language 30 30 Composite Time of 1 hour
2 Quantitative Aptitude 35 35
3 Reasoning Ability 35 35
  Total 100 100

Candidates have to qualify in each of the three tests by securing passing marks to be decided by the Bank. Adequate number of candidates in each category as decided by the Bank (approximately 20 times the numbers of vacancies subject to availability) will be shortlisted for the Main Examination.

Phase – II: Main Examination:

Main Examination will consist of Objective Tests for 200 marks and Descriptive Test for 50 marks. Both the Objective and Descriptive Tests will be online. Candidates will have to answer Descriptive Test by typing on the computer. Immediately after completion of Objective Test, Descriptive Test will be administered.

 

(I) Objective Test:

The Objective Test of 3 hours duration consists of 4 sections for total 200 marks. The Objective Test will have separate timing for every section. The candidates are required to qualify in each of the tests by securing passing marks, to be decided by the Bank.

Test Name of Test No. of Questions Max. Marks Duration
I Reasoning & Computer Aptitude 45 60 60 minutes
II Data Analysis & Interpretation 35 60 45 minutes
III General/Economy/ Banking Awareness 40 40 35 minutes
IV English Language 35 40 40 minutes
  Total 155 200 3 hours

 

(II) Descriptive Test:

The Descriptive Test of 30 minutes duration with 50 marks will be a Test of English Language (Letter Writing & Essay). The candidates are required to qualify in the Descriptive Test by securing passing marks, to be decided by the Bank.
Descriptive Test paper of only those candidates will be evaluated who have scored qualifying marks in the Objective Tests and are placed adequately high as per total marks in Objective Test.

Penalty for Wrong Answers (Applicable to both – Preliminary and Main examination)

There will be penalty for wrong answers marked in the Objective Tests. Each question for which a wrong answer has been given by the candidate, one-fourth of the marks assigned to that question will be deducted as penalty to arrive at corrected score. If a question is left blank, i.e. no answer is marked by the candidate, there will be no penalty for that question.

 

Phase – III: Group Discussion (20 marks) & Interview (30 marks)

The aggregate marks of candidates qualifying in both the Objective Tests and the Descriptive Test will be arranged in descending order in each category. Adequate number of candidates in each category, as decided by the Bank will be called for Group Discussion and Interview. The qualifying marks in Group Discussion & Interview will be as decided by the Bank.

Candidates qualifying for GD & Interview under ‘OBC’ category would be required to submit OBC certificate containing the ‘Non-Creamy Layer’ clause. Candidates not submitting the OBC certificate containing the ‘Non-Creamy Layer’ clause and requesting to be interviewed under General category will not be entertained.

 

BANK PO PATTERN

 

Subject Questions Marks
English 40 40
G.A. 40 40
Maths 50 50
Reasoning 50 50
Computer 20 20
Marketing Asked in a few exams.
Clerical Aptitude Asked in a few exams.
Descriptive Paper on English Composition (Essay- Precis- Letter Writing etc)   25
Interview / Group Discussion (GD)    

 

IBPS IT

 

We, KD CAMPUS are counted amongst the well-known IBPS SPECIALIST OFFICER (IT) Coaching Institutes in Delhi/NCR, India. We enable the candidates to prepare for the IBPS Specialist Officer examination in a well-organized manner and achieve the top-ranking in the exam with ease. For this, we have some pioneer teachers and faculties, who will help the students in preparing for such examination from scratch. They have wide experience in coaching the students for IBPS Specialist Officer Coaching Examination or other banking jobs conduct at state and national level in India. Also, we provide the quality study material for the students to learn the relevant subjects or topics asked in this officer level banking examination. Our teachers and faculty will help the students at all stages and will guide them with the best tips to crack the examination and get highest marks easily.

Also, we do the best arrangement of separate batches for boys and girls as per their requirement. Moreover, we provide well-furnished classrooms and a good learning environment for the students, where they can learn together and will get the right tips to beat in the Banking Level Examinations held at state and national level in India. Our teachers are aware about the course ware and pattern of questions asked in the IBPS Specialist Office Test in Delhi and will give aid to the students to prepare in the same way to get optimum ranking in the list. Thus, we assure to provide with the result-oriented IBPS specialist Officer Coaching for the candidates, who want to shape-up their career in the banking sector.

Subject No. of Ques. Marks
English 50 25
Reasoning 50 50
Maths 50 50
Computer 50 75

RRB has extended the last date to apply for RRB ALP & Technicians and RRB Group D till 31st March 2018. As you know that Indian Railways is on the verge to recruit for more than 1.5 lakh vacancies in the year 2018 for different posts. To start with, Railways has released two important recruitment drives namely, RRB ALP & Technicians and RRB Group D. RRB has announced a total of 26,502 for ALP & Technicians and 62,907 vacancies for Group D 2018. The Application process is going on and it is expected that there will be huge number of applicants. As it is considered as one of the biggest recruitments of the year 2018, the candidates are facing many doubts regarding different aspects. To clear these confusions, RRB is constantly updating the applicants on various issues. Hence, read this article on Railway Exam Updates to know all the recent updates by RRB including last date to apply extension, upper age limit relaxation, changed eligibility criteria etc.

Railway Exam Updates

Update 1: Last Date to Apply Extended!

RRB has extended the last date to apply for both RRB ALP & Technicians and Group D 2018. Now you can apply till 31st March 2018. In the notice released by Indian Railways, it is stated that the last date to apply for both the recruitment drives has extended.

Official Notice – Last Date Extended for ALP & Group D 2018

Download Official Notice as PDF

Update 2: Revised Online Application to start from 28th February 2018.

According to the latest RRB Notice, the revised online application with the modified eligibility shall be made available for submission of Application from 28th February 2018.

RRB Official Notice for Eligibility Modification

Update 3: Examination Fee to be Refunded Later!

According to the Indian Railway Minister Piyush Goyal, the Examination Fee will be refunded to the candidates after they appear for the exam. He stated stated, “I want to make it clear that the hike in the fees is because we realised that many people fill the form and then do not turn up for the exams. The government spends a lot of money on the exams. So, those who appear will get their fee refunded. Those who have paid Rs 250 will be refunded the entire amount and those who have paid Rs 500 will be refunded Rs 400. So, in effect, there is no hike. We want only the serious candidates to appear in the exams.” Piyush Goyal has announced this in his latest tweet.

Exam Fee announcement by Piyush Goyal

⇒ Make Payment from your Own Account

It is advised that while you are making payment you should pay from their own card or net banking and not from any other sources or different account otherwise they won’t get the refund to their own account.

Update 4: Now 10th Pass can also Apply!

There is a very good news for all Railway Group D Aspirants. The Railway Minister Piyush Goyal has tweeted that now ITI is not Mandatory and 10th pass students are now eligible to apply for Group D posts. His recent tweet states the same where he has announced that now even if you have passed 10th without ITI then also you can apply for this post.

10th Pass Eligible

Official Notice Stating the Fee Exemption & 10th Pass Eligibility

The Official Notice released by RRB in Press Information Bureau of India also states that the question paper will provided in 15 languages.

RRB Official Notice

Update 5: Ministry of Railways has increased the Upper Age limit for ALP & Group D.

In the recent notice, RRB has increased the upper age limit for ALP & Technicians and Group D for all the categories. Read the below mentioned tables for the detailed age limit.

RRB ALP & Technicians

Category Notified Age Revised Age
UR 28 30
OBC 31 33
SC/ST 33 35

RRB Group D

Category Notified Age Revised Age
UR 31 33
OBC 34 36
SC/ST 36 38

Official Notice for Revised Age Limit

Download Official Notice as PDF


Update 6: The last date to apply for RRB ALP & Technicians and Group D will be extended.

Ministry of Railways has announced in its Press Released that the last date to apply for both the recruitment drives will be extended. However, the official last date of application is yet to be out.

RRB Last Date to Apply

Update 7: Candidates can choose their Language Preference for CBT.

In the recent development, the applicants can choose their language for exam according to their preference. If you have applied for RRB Group D before 19th February 2018 then you can modify your exam language through the direct link below.

Direct Link to Modify Exam Language for RRB Group D

RRB has just updated the Application Process page announcing the Language Modification which is on the top most of the page and will appear like this ⇓ Group D Updates 1

Update 8: RRB has made it clear that the option of RRB and the preference of posts within the opted RRB shall be taken after the first stage of CBT.

If you score secure marks, equal to or above the minimum qualifying marks prescribed for various communities/categories in the First Stage of CBT then you will be advised to exercise their option for RRB and preference of Railways and Posts within
the chosen RRB.RRB Updates

Update 9: RRB has clarified about COE Courses or Equivalent NCVT Trades.

This notice has been released by Railways to help the candidates about the courses & trade they want to apply for.

RRB Official Notice for COE Course


Update 10: RRB has clarified doubts about Equivalence of Restructured (Model ITI) Pattern & Conventional Pattern of CTS.

Railways has given a detail account of Equivalence of Restructured (Model ITI) & CTS.

RRB Official Notice for Restructured (Model ITI) Pattern

DMRC Recruitment 2018 Highlights

Name of Exam Delhi Metro Rail Corporation Recruitment Test 2018
Popularly known as DMRC Recruitment 2018
Type of Exam Recruitment/Employment Test
Held Once a year for respective post
Mode Offline and Online, depending upon Post
Official Website www.delhimetrorail.com

DMRC Recruitment 2018 Exam Dates

Every year DMRC conducts DMRC Recruitment Test for various posts that are vacant under various departments. Since the number and type of jobs that are vacant under each department cannot be same every year, therefore, we cannot be sure of schedule for each post until the official announcement comes.

However, according to past trends, the tentative schedule for DMRC Recruitment 2018 can be as follows:

Event Tentative Schedule Reference Links
Start of filling of Applications for DMRC Recruitment 2018 First week of November 2017 onwards Tentative date of Application form is November, 6
Last date of filling Online Application form for DMRC Recruitment 2018 Third week of December 2017
Availability of Admit card for DMRC Recruitment 2018 Last week of January 2018 and onwards Download Admit card from www.delhimetrorail.com
Examination Date for DMRC Recruitment 2018 Second week of February 2018 onwards Check Exam Pattern

DMRC Recruitment 2018 Eligibility

DMRC sets out certain eligibility criteria for appearing in DMRC Recruitment 2018 for various jobs. The eligibility criteria may vary as per the job role for which a candidate is applying.

Here are some common eligibility points which a candidate needs to cover for DMRC Recruitment 2018:

  • To be eligible to appear in DMRC Recruitment 2018, candidate must be a citizen of India.
  • Candidate must possess the required 3 Year/ 4 Year Graduation Degree/Diploma as per the job which candidate is applying for.
  • Applicant also needs to fulfill some Medical/Health criteria to be eligible for Final Selection.

Let’s take a look at the Educational qualification criteria and age criteria for some jobs under DMRC Recruitment 2018, according to past trends:

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Name Of Job/post Educational Qualification Age Criteria
Station controller/Train Operator For this job candidate must have passed a 3 year engineering diploma in Electrical or Electronic specialization, or candidate must have passed BSc or BSc(Hons) with subjects Physics/Chemistry/Mathematics from recognized University or Institute. 18 to 28 Years
Customer Relations Assistant For this job candidate must hold a Graduate Degree in any stream from a recognized University, also, the candidate must have a certificate of a Computer Application course of a tenure of at least 6 weeks 18 to 28 Years
Junior Engineer (Electrical) For this job candidate must have done a 3 year Engineering Diploma in relevant stream (electrical or equivalent) from a recognized University or Institute. 18 to 28 Years
Junior Engineer (Electronics) For this job candidate must have done a 3 year Engineering Diploma in relevant stream (electronics, electronics and communication or equivalent) from a recognized University or Institute.. 18 to 28 Years
Junior. Engineer (Mechanical) For this job candidate must have done a 3 year Engineering Diploma in relevant stream (mechanical or equivalent) from a recognized University or Institute. 18 to 28 Years
Junior Engineer (Civil) For this job candidate must have done a 3 year Engineering Diploma in relevant stream (civil or equivalent) from a recognized University or Institute. 18 to 28 Years
Accountant Assistant For this job candidate must have done Graduation in relevant stream (BCom or equivalent) from a recognized University 18 to 28 Years
Office Assistant For this job, candidate must hold a Graduation Degree from a recognized University 18 to 28 Years
Stenographer For this job candidate must hold a Graduation Degree from any recognized University. Candidate must have done a 1 year course in Office Management and Secretarial Practice. Candidate must have a Shorthand speed of 80 wpm and Typing speed of 40 wpm in English. However, proficiency in shorthand/typing in Hindi is desirable from the part of candidate. 18 to 28 Years
Maintainer For this job candidate must hold an ITI certificate in specific specializations, as listed on the official website of DMRC. 18 to 25 Years

Candidates must keep in mind that this list is prepared according to vacancies in 2017 and is not the official list of vacancies and qualifications. Number of posts or qualifications for each job can change in DMRC Recruitment 2018.


DMRC Recruitment 2018 Application Form

Candidates need to fill the online application Form to appear in DMRC Recruitment 2018. Here is a list of steps for DMRC Recruitment 2018 Application form:

  • Reach the official website of DMRC (www.delhimetrorail.com)
  • Click on ‘Careers.’
  • Here candidate will be able to see a notification related to various current and past vacancies.
  • Click on the relevant notification which candidate is looking to apply.
  • Fill all the details as required in the form, such as Personal details, educational qualification etc.
  • Upload the colored passport sized photo of candidate, along with the signature and caste/category certificate (if applicable).
  • After the form has been filled successfully, DMRC servers will generate the Bank Challan for fee payment by the candidate, with a unique Bank reference number.
  • Pay the fee through Bank Challan in any branch of SBI. Fee must be paid after at least 24 hours from the generation of challan.
  • After two working days from fee payment, candidates can apply for the acknowledgement receipt on DMRC’s website.
  • After this step, DMRC servers will generate a final registration slip for candidate. This slip will mention candidate’s unique registration number, post applied and personal details of candidate.
  • Candidates are advised to keep a copy of this slip with them for future reference.

Here are a few mandatory instructions that candidate needs to keep in mind while filling the DMRC Recruitment 2018:

  • DMRC Recruitment 2018 Application Form can only be filled through online mode.
  • For filling the form, candidate needs to have a personal e-mail ID. Candidates must preserve their e-mail ID which they fill in the form as this e-mail ID will be used for future communication.
  • To avoid rejection of application, candidates must thoroughly read and understand DMRC Recruitment 2018 notification.
  • The size of the scanned copies of documents should be less than 100 kb and such document should be in jpg/pdf file format only.
  • Fees for DMRC Recruitment 2018 can be paid only through State Bank of India, not through any other Bank.

DMRC Recruitment 2018 Admit Card

Admit Card for DMRC Recruitment 2018 is expected to be available from the last week of January 2018. Admit card for DMRC Recruitment 2018 can be obtained only by downloading it from DMRC website, and there is no other mode of obtaining the Admit Card.

Here is how candidate may get DMRC Recruitment 2018 Admit Card:

  • Reach the official website of DMRC.
  • Click on – ‘Careers.’
  • Now, click on – ‘Download Admit Card for the post of relevant post vide advertisement number.’
  • Candidate needs to type his/her Registration Number and Date of Birth.
  • Now, Click on – ‘Login/Submit/View Admit Card.’
  • Now candidate can see his/her Admit card for DMRC Recruitment 2018.
  • Candidates should take one or two-colored printouts of Admit Card, for examination purpose and also for future reference.

DMRC Recruitment 2018 Exam Pattern

Exam Pattern for DMRC Recruitment 2018 is to be set by DMRC. Let’s take a look at some of the details about exam pattern for DMRC Recruitment 2018:

  • DMRC Recruitment 2018 is to be conducted in offline mode for Assistant Manager (Electrical, Civil and S&T) and SC/TO while it will be conducted in online mode for CRA, JE, Maintainer and Other posts
  • DMRC Recruitment 2018 will consist of two papers: Paper 1 and Paper 2.
  • Where paper 1 will have subjects like GK, Quantitative Ability, Logical Reasoning and Knowledge of Domain, on the other hand, paper 2 is taken to check candidate’s ability in the English language.
  • Both the papers will consist of MCQ questions.
  • Both the papers will have Negative Marking. A wrong answer will lead to a deduction of 0.33 marks from total score, where a correct answer fetches a candidate 1 mark.

Following table may sum up the key details of exam pattern of DMRC Recruitment 2018:

Particulars Paper 1 Paper 2
Subjects General awareness, Quantitative aptitude, Logical Reasoning, Relevant Discipline General English
Number of Questions 120 60
Time allotted 90 minutes 45 minutes
Medium Available English and Hindi English only
Type of Questions MCQ MCQ
Negative Marking Yes Yes

DMRC Recruitment 2018 Syllabus

To be able to ace DMRC Recruitment 2018, candidate needs to study General Awareness, Logical reasoning, Quantitative aptitude, English and the relevant discipline which he/she has studied.

Following table covers the syllabus required to be covered for DMRC Recruitment 2018:

SUBJECT TOPICS TO BE COVERED
General Awareness Famous personalities, Inventions and discoveries, Books and authors, Calendar First largest, longest in world, Languages Music, Currencies, Statistical Data- world, Abbreviations & Important Days and many more, World Organizations, Trade awareness, Major Financial/Economic News, Who is who?, Solar system, Prizes and Awards, Earth, Environment and Pollution, General Geography, History, Economics, Polity, General Science, Computer Science, National Events, science and technology, Sports and recreation and economy
Quantitative Aptitude Elementary Mathematics, Arithmetic, number system, square roots, cube roots, fractions and decimals, HCF and LCM, Simplification, verification, chain rule, ratio and proportion, average, logarithms, commercial math, Unitary Method, Decimal Fractions, simple interest, compound interest, percentage, profit and loss, partnership, discount, measurements- areas and volumes, area and perimeter of plane figure, volume and surface of solid, ages, boats and streams, clocks and calendars, mixture and allegation, pipes and cisterns, races and games, problems on trains, unitary methods, time and distance, work and wages
Logical Ability Analytical reasoning, direction and distance, linear arrangements, verbal analogies, classifications, coding and decoding, number and alphabet series, blood relations, symbols and notations, data sufficiency, data interpretation, logical puzzles, syllogisms, statement and assumptions, statements and arguments, statement and conclusions, statements and action, symmetry, visual ability, non-verbal analogy
General English Vocabulary, Synonyms and antonyms, Spelling Errors, Idioms and Phrases, One word substitution, Sentence Formation, Cloze Tests, Formation and Re-arrangement of sentence in paragraph, English usage errors, Inappropriate use of words and Sentence correction, English Comprehension, Sentence Formation, Sentence Correction, Sentence Completion, Sentence Improvement, Sentence Reconstruction, Re-arrangement of words in a sentence, spotting error and common errors

DMRC Recruitment 2018 Result

Result of DMRC Recruitment 2018 is expected to be released nearly 3 months after the test is being conducted for respective post. Those who appear for the exam must visit the official website of Delhi metro to check their DMRC results. Candidates can view the result for DMRC Recruitment 2018 by going through following steps:

  • Go to the official website of DMRC (www.delhimtrorail.com)
  • Click on – ‘Careers.’
  • Candidates will be able to see the result links for various posts.
  • Click on – ‘List of shortlisted candidates for relevant post.’
  • List will be shown and candidate will be able to find his/her name in the list in case he/she is selected.
  • Candidates who are selected need to appear for screening process, as mentioned on the website.

DMRC Recruitment 2018 Cut Off

Like all other recruitment exams, for selection in DMRC Recruitment 2018, candidates need to clear a minimum cut off. The expected cut off for various posts under DMRC Recruitment 2018 is as follows:

Post General OBC SC ST
Junior Engineer (Electronics) 58 56 46 42
Junior Engineer (Electrical) 66 61 55 49
Station Controller/Train Operator 47 43 39 35.
Customer Relations Assistant 56 51 46 36
Assistant Manager (Electrical) 57 53 49 52

The cut off depends on several factors such as- level of difficulty of the exam, number of candidates appearing for the test and number of vacancies among others.

*The article might have information for the previous academic years, which will be updated soon subject to the notification issued by the University/College

Once again a new notification has been released by Staff Selection Commission Unit regarding recruitment for the post of Sub Inspector (Executive). Under Delhi Police Recruitment 2015 this advertisement, applicants will be recruited in organization on regular/ contract basis.

If you are interested to do the job in Delhi Police and were searching jobs in Delhi Police for a long time then it is good opportunity for you. Through this recruitment notification appliers can deserve career in Staff Selection Commission as Sub Inspector (Executive). Under this recruitment notification total 95 vacant posts should be filled only by qualified and talented job searchers. Now don’t think more, hurry up and apply for this recruitment.

Delhi Police Recruitment 2015 Instant info:

Delhi Police Recruitment 2015 Full details:

Team of www.ewebalert.in is unfolding all appropriate information regarding Staff Selection Commission Recruitment such as Educational Qualification, Age Limit, Selection Process, how to apply, Dates to be keep in mind etc.

Details of Educational Qualification: Appliers must have passed in10+2 or graduation degree in any discipline from recognized university or institutions and aspirants must be a citizen of India / Nepal / Bhutan / a Tibetan Refugee.

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Age Limit: Appliers age should be minimum 20 years and maximum 25 years. Relaxation in Age will be offered as per organization norms.

Details of Salary: Applicants will be paid with the pay scale of Rs. 9300 – 34800/- with grade pay of Rs. 4200/- per month.

Selection Process: The selection of the candidates will be done on the performance in written examination or interview followed by physical test.

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