DMRC application form in prescribed format on or before 25th April 2013.
RAILWAY RECRUITMENT DETAILSREFERENCE NUMBER:ADV/PERS/22/HR/2013(49) Dtd 28 Mar 2013
NAME OF POST:Jr. Engineer(Civil)
NUMBER OF VACANCY :58 Posts
ELIGIBILITY CRITERIA*Minimum Educational Qualification :Aspirants who would like to apply against DMRC Junior Engineer recruitment they must have 3 years diploma in civil engineering with good academic record from reputed University/Institution.
*Age Limit and Relaxation:Candidate’s age must not exceed 40 years. Relaxation will be applied according to the government rules.
General and OBC category Aspirants have to pay Rs. 200/- and SC/ST category Aspirants have to pay Rs. 50/- (for processing & postage charge).
MODE OF SELECTION :
Aspirant’s selection will be based on the Interview and Medical Examination.
HOW TO APPLYAspirants must DMRC application form 2013 download through www.delhimetrorail.com. Fill form in appropriate manner with all necessary details. Application form should reach along with all require documents, application fee in an envelope super scribing on the cover importantly - Name of Post/Category at the given address:
“Executive Director (HR),Metro Bhawan,Fire Brigade Lane,Barakhamba Road,New Delhi”
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Executive Director (HR)
Fire Brigade Lane
ABOUT THE ORGANISATIONDelhi Metro is a world-class metro. To ensure reliability and safety in train operations, it is equipped with the most modern communication and train control system. It has state-of-art air-conditioned coaches. Ticketing and passenger control are through Automatic Fare Collection System, which is introduced in the country for the first time. Travelling in Delhi Metro is a pleasure with trains ultimately available at three minutes frequency. Entries and exits to metro stations are controlled by flap-doors operated by 'smart-cards' and contact less tokens. For convenience of commuters, adequate number of escalators are installed at metro stations.Unique feature of Delhi Metro is its integration with other modes of public transport, enabling the commuters to conveniently interchange from one mode to another. To increase ridership of Delhi Metro, feeder buses for metro stations are Operating. In short, Delhi Metro is a trendsetter for such systems in other cities of the country and in the South Asian region.