Delhi Metro Rail Corporation Limited (DMRC) recruitment for Assistant Manager, Station Controller/Train Operator (SC/TO), Customer Relation Assistant (CRA), Junior Engineer (in Electrical, Electronics, Mechanical, Civil), Office Assistant, Account Assistant, Stenographer, Maintainer will be done through one paper. The candidates who all have applied for these posts should prepare well all the exam topics of the exam. DMRC Exam Pattern & Syllabus can be referred from below and accordingly study all the sections of the exam.
DMRC All Posts Common Exam Pattern: The details of all exams scheme is defined below; given below is common section of all-
Exam Type: Objective Type
Total Papers: 2 (Paper 2 is not meant for Maintainer)
Total Questions (180): For Paper 1, 120 questions and for Paper 2, 60 questions
Total Time (135): For Paper 1, 90 minutes and for Paper 2, 45 minutes are given
NOTE: Negative marking where one third marks will be deducted.
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DMRC All Posts Common Exam Syllabus: For Paper-1:
General Awareness: The questions will be asked from history, geography, political science, and economics of India. More from culture, society, language, arts, science, organizations etc. are asked in exam. The current affairs of all aspects of India are asked in the exam.
Logical Ability/ Reasoning: The questions will be asked from both verbal & non- verbal section- Analogies, similarities & differences, visualization & orientation, reasoning of numbers, series, missing pattern, odd man series, statement & conclusion, coding & decoding, figures & patterns, table related problem etc.
Quantitative Aptitude: The questions will be asked from number system (LCM & HCF, averages, whole numbers, simplification, fractions), profit & loss, time & work, time & speed, problem on ages, graphs & charts, simple & compound interest, binomial theorem, probability, permutation & combination, problem on trains, boats & streams etc.
For Paper 2-
General English: The questions will be asked from Grammar section (noun, verb, adverb, adjective, subject verb agreement, tenses, predicate, number, gender, voice, narration), comprehension passages from which the questions will be asked. More from vocabulary will be asked- antonyms, synonyms and word meanings.