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JMRC Recruitment 2017 Online Application Form

JMRC i.e Jaipur Metro Rail Corporation Ltd. Recruitment 2017 Online Application Form for total 45 Junior Engineer (Civil), Maintainer (Fitter), Station Controller, etc. vacancies advertisement has been publish today.

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JMRC Recruitment 2017

JMRC Recruitment 2017

JMRC Recruitment 2017 Advertisement Notification Apply Online jmrcrecruitment.in for the post of Junior Engineer (Civil), Maintainer (Fitter), Station Controller, etc. this is the Latest Job & Careers opportunities in Jaipur Metro Rail Corporation Ltd.. Jaipur Metro Rail Corporation Ltd. has recently publish an advertisement notification for Junior Engineer (Civil), Maintainer (Fitter), Station Controller, etc. Posts vacancies jobs opening for Feb. 2017.



Jaipur Metro Rail Corporation Ltd. (JMRC), a Government of Rajasthan Undertaking, registered under the Companies Act, 1956, is implementing Metro Rail Transit System in Jaipur operations of its first line in June, 2015.

The recruitment is being undertaken under the provisions of the JMRC Recruitment Rules, 2012, hereinafter referred to as ‘the Rules’, JMRC websites: www.jaipurmetrorail.in or http://transport.rajasthan.gov.in/jmrc and recruitment portal, i.e., www.jmrcrecruitment.in. This manpower is being recruited against the vacant posts in JMRC and given the transitory nature of the mode of 

project operations & maintenance, the nature of service is temporary, as explained in the Rules, especially Preamble thereof.

Applications are invited from energetic, dynamic and motivated persons who possess the prescribed qualification for any post(s) and meet other eligibility criteria. Information about the posts, pay, qualification and other eligibility criteria, application process, screening methodology and other terms & conditions of recruitment is given in the following Sections:

  • Posts and Number of Vacancies
  • Explanatory Notes on Reservation
  • Educational Qualification
  • Age Limits
  • Nationality
  • Medical Standards
  • Disqualification
  • Application Process
  • Application Fee
  • Scheme of Examination
  • Indicative Syllabus
  • Centres and Venues for Written Test/ Interview/ Psychometric Test
  • General Instruction s for Written Test/ Interview/ Psychometric Test
  • Important Dates
  • Verification of Documents
  • Selection, Probation and Training
  • Indemnity Bond
  • Panel of wait listed candidates
  • Pay and Emoluments
  • Job Profile
  • Miscellaneous

Details are given below (For more details on any aspect, candidates are encouraged to ref er to the Rules):

Vacancies in JMRC Recruitment 2017

Total vacancies in Jaipur Metro Rail Corporation Ltd. (JMRC) Junior Engineer (Civil), Maintainer (Fitter), Station Controller, etc. post details are given below.

Recruitment would be made for the following posts:

Vacancies in JMRC Recruitment 2017

Vacancies in JMRC Recruitment 2017

* Numbers of posts and vacancies indicated above are provisional and subject to increase /decrease as per the requirement of JMRC.

# One post of Customer Relations Assistant i case or availability of vacancy in ST category at the time of final result.

JMRC Recruitment 2017 Eligibility

Minimum educational qualification for JMRC Recruitment 2017 for the Junior Engineer (Civil), Maintainer (Fitter), Station Controller, etc. posts is given below.

a) An applicant for any post should possess the qualification  for that post, as specified in the following table:

                   Name Of the Post               Qualification
Station Controller/ Train OperatorGraduation in any discipline from a recognised University with minimum 50% marks or equivalent Grade/ Level and Mathematics or of the subjects passed in Senior Secondary (10+2) or Higher Secondary (10+1) or equivalent examination of a recognised Board.
Junior Engineer (Civil)Degree in Civil Engineering from a recognised University (or equivalent Engineering qualification) with minimum 50% marks or equivalent Grade/Level.
Junior Engineer (Electronics)Degree in Electronics/ Electronics & Communication Engineering from a recognised University (or equivalent Engineering qualification) with minimum 50% marks or equivalent Grade/Level.
Junior Engineer (Mechanical)Degree in Mechanical Engineering from a recognised University (or equivalent Engineering qualification) with minimum 50% marks or equivalent Grade/Level
Junior Engineer (Electrical)Degree in Electrical Engineering from a recognised University (or equivalent Engineering qualification) with minimum 50% marks or equivalent Grade/Level.
Junior Accountanti) Graduation in Commerce from a recognised University with minimum 50% marks or equivalent Grade/Level and ii) one of the following:

a. ‘O’ or Higher Level Certificate Course conducted by DOEACC under the control of Department of Electronics, Government of India;

b. Computer Operator & Programming Assistant (COPA)/ Data Preparation and Computer Software (DPCS) certificate organised under National/ State Council of Vocational Training Scheme;

c. Diploma in Computer Science/ Computer Applications of a University established by law in India or of an institution recognised by the Government;

d. Diploma in Computer Science & Engineering from a Polytechnic Institution recognised by the Government; or

e. Rajasthan State Certificate Course in Information Technology (RS CIT) conducted by Vardhaman Mahaveer Open University, Kota under control of Rajasthan Knowledge Corporation Limited.

Customer Relations AssistantGraduation in any discipline from a recognised University with minimum 50% marks or equivalent Grade/ Level.
Maintainer (Fitter)EITHER a) National Trade Certificate or National Apprenticeship Certificate in ‘Fitter’ Trade or equivalent certificate, issued by NCVT/ DG E&T/ Ministry of Labour & Employment/ Government of India, pursuant to a course of minimum two years’ duration. Or

b) State Trade Certificate in ‘Fitter’ Trade or equivalent certificate, issued by SCVT, pursuant to a course of minimum two years’ duration.

Maintainer (Electronics)EITHER

a) National Trade Certificate or National Apprenticeship Certificate in ‘Electronic Mechanic’ Trade or equivalent certificate, issued by NCVT/ DG E&T/ Ministry of Labour & Employment/ Government of India, pursuant to a course of minimum two years’ duration.

OR

b) State Trade Certificate in ‘Electronic Mechanic’ Trade or equivalent certificate, issued by SCVT, pursuant to a course of minimum two years’ duration.

b) The cut-off date for determining eligibility with respect to qualification shall be the Last Date for Submission of Applications, i.e., 31.03.2017.

c) A recognised University will mean a University incorporated by an Act of the Central or State Legislature in India or other educational institutions established by an Act of Parliament or declared to be deemed as a University under Section 3 of the University Grants Commission Act, 1956.

d) A Degree in Engineering in any branch other than that specified in the prescribed qualification for a post of Junior Engineer will not be accepted as equivalent to the Degree in Engineering prescribed for that post.

e) A certificate as ‘Associate Member of the Institution of Engineers (AMIE)’, acquired after passing of Section A and Section B examinations conducted by The Institution of Engineers (India), will be considered as equivalent to Degree in the appropriate branch of Engineering of a recognised University.

f) A Diploma in Engineering will not be accepted as equivalent to a Degree in Engineering or Graduation in any discipline.

g) A National Trade Certificate/ National Apprenticeship Certificate/ State Trade Certificate in any Trade other than that specified in the prescribed qualification for a post of Maintainer, will not be accepted as equivalent to the certificate s prescribed for that post.
However, a Certificate issued by SCVT/NCVT in Specialized Module pursuant to National Trade Certificate of Advanced Module and National Trade Certificate/ National Trade Certificate of Broad Based Basic Training in the relevant Sector will be considered equivalent to the State Trade Certificate in appropriate Trade.
A combination of courses of different durations totalling to two years or more and resulting in the award of National Trade Certificate/ National Apprenticeship Certificate/ State Trade Certificate will also be treated as “a course of minimum two years’ duration”.

h) Any post-Matriculation examination, by whatever name called, conducted by a recognised Board, will be accepted as equivalent to Senior/Higher Secondary examination.

i) Subject to the above stipulations, if a candidate claims his/her qualification to be equivalent to the qualification prescribed for a post, the candidate may apply and appear in the written test, but the onus of proving equivalence shall lie on the candidate and he/she will have to produce evidence, at the stage of interview/appointment, to the satisfaction of JMRC, failing which his/her candidature will stand cancelled. Decision of JMRC in this regard will be final and binding.

Age Limit

A candidate must have attained the age of 21 years (18 years for the post of Maintainers) and must not have attained the age of 38 years as on 1st January, 2018.

Provided that:

i) the upper age limit mentioned above shall be relaxed –

  • A) by 5 years in the case of male candidates belonging to the Scheduled Castes, Scheduled Tribes, Backward Classes and Special Backward Classes,
  • B) by 5 years in the case of woman candidates belonging to general category and Economically Backward Classes,
  • C) by 10 year s in the case of woman candidates belonging to Scheduled Castes, Scheduled Tribes, Backward Classes and Special Backward Classes;

ii)  the upper age limit mentioned above shall not apply in the case of an ex-prisoner who had served  under  Government on a substantive basis on any post before conviction and  was eligible for appointment under these rules;

iii) the upper age limit mentioned above shall be relaxed by a period equal to the term of imprisonment served in the case of an ex-prisoner who was not over age before his conviction and was eligible f or appointment under the rules;

iv) the upper age limit mentioned above shall be relaxed by a period equal to the service rendered in the National Cadet Corps in the case of Cadet Instructor, if the result ant age does not exceed the prescribed maximum age limit by more than three years, such candidate shall be deemed to be within the prescribed age limit;

v) the upper age limit for persons serving in connection with affairs o f the Rajasthan State, Panchayat Samiti and Zila Parishad and in Rajasthan State Public Sector Undertaking/ Corporation in substantive capacity shall be 40 years;

vi) the Released Emergency Commissioned Officers and Short Service Commissioned Officers after release from the Army shall be deemed to be within the age limit had they been eligible as such at the time of their joining the Commission in the Army;

vii) the upper age limit for reservist, namely the defence personnel transferred to the reserve and the ex-service personnel shall be 50 years;

viii) there shall be no upper age limit in the case of widows and divorced women.

Explanation: In the case of widow, she will have to furnish a certificate of death of her husband from the competent authority and in the case of divorcee, she will have to furnish the proof of divorce.

Provided also that no candidate can claim age relaxation in more than one of the cases listed at (i) to (viii) in the Proviso above.

Provided also that the candidates of SC/ST/BC/SBC belonging to states other than Rajasthan will not be entitled to any age relaxation applicable to male or woman candidates of SC/ ST /BC/SBC.

Provided also that any notifications of the State Government with respect to age relaxations for special categories and/or employees of the State Government and its entities shall be applicable. This proviso inter alia implies that in terms of the provisions of Rajasthan Civil Services (Absorption of Ex-Servicemen) Rules, 1988, in the case of holders of Military Cross/ VirChakra or any other higher distinction, the upper age limit shall be 52 years.

JMRC Recruitment 2017 Pay Scale | Salary

a) During probation an employee shall be entitled only to fixed remuneration, and only after successful completion of probation period, shall he/she be paid in the running pay bands and grade pays as applicable for the post at entry level. The amount of fixed remuneration during probation period, as well as the pay scale of entry after completion of the probation period are tabulated below:

JMRC Recruitment 2017 Pay Scale | Salary

JMRC Recruitment 2017 Pay Scale | Salary

b) For other allowances, honorariums and reimbursements payable to the employees please refer to the Rules, especially Chapter IX thereof.

c) It may be noted that during the probation period, only the fixed remuneration will be payable and no DA or other allowances shall be payable. After completion of probation, in addition to the Basic Pay indicated above, DA (which is 132% of Basic Pay as on date and keeps growing) and other allowances as given in the Rules will be payable.

d) For an existing employee of a Department/Board/ Public Sector Undertaking/ Organisation/ Metro Rail Corporation of Government of India/Government of Rajasthan or any other State Government, who has been recruited by the Corporation, an option shall be given to opt either for the ‘Fixed Remuneration’ or the existing pay scale (not the scale of his/her new appointment), whichever is beneficial to him/her while he/she is under probation. After successful completion of probation period, entry pay will be fixed in the Running Pay Bands and Grade Pays as per Appendix-VI of these rules where he/she will get due advantage of being in a regular pay scale earlier, and will get due protection of his/her pay.

e) Annual increments, as per rules, shall be allowed after completion of Probation.

JMRC Recruitment 2017 Advertisement

JMRC Recruitment 2017 Selection Process

  • Written Test
  • Interview

JMRC Exam Pattern 2017

POSTWritten TestPsychometric TestInterviewMedical Fitness Test
Station Controller/ Train Operator √ √ √ √
Junior Engineers √ ×  × √
Junior Accountant √  ×  × √
Customer Relations Assistant √  ×  × √
Maintainers √  ×  × √

√ Yes, will be held

× No, will not be held

a) In case interviews are applicable, the written test will carry 90 marks while the interview will carry 10 marks. In other cases, the written test will carry 100 marks.

b) The written test and other screening tests shall be aimed at testing the skills of the candidate in languages, general know ledge & awareness, general science, computer proficiency, quantitative aptitude, logical ability, reasoning and/or his/her domain knowledge, skills, competencies, personality traits and job-related specific abilities. Medical Fitness Test will form an integral part of the selection process.

c) Failure to appear in medical fitness test at the appointed date and time will disqualify the candidate.

d) The screening process involves various stages of screening and a candidate will have to qualify at each stage (including Medical Fitness Test) as prescribed, before being selected/appointed.

e) The Psychometric Test is a qualifying test applicable for the post of SC/TO only.

f) The screening process for each post is detailed below:

a.  For the Post of Statio n Controller/ Train Operator

Stage – I

Written Test – 90 marks: The maximum time permitted for the written test shall be 135 minutes, and it shall carry 120 questions for a total of 90 marks. The questions shall be multiple choice objective type, with 0.75 marks being awarded for each right answer and 0.25 marks being deducted for each wrong answer. Minimum pass marks shall be 40 % for all candidates other than SC/ST Category candidates and 35 % for SC/S T Category candidates. The indicative scheme of the question paper (i.e., approximate number of questions ± 10%) shall be as follows:

  • Computer Awareness – 10 questions
  • Hindi Comprehension – 10 questions

Stage – II

Psychometric Test (Qualifying Test): The Psychometric Test will measure specific abilities relate d to the job, such as reaction time, form perception, vigilance, speed anticipation and some selected attributes of personality. The Psychometric Test will be conducted after the interview, and passing of the Test shall be mandatory for the candidates call ed for interview.

The psychometric test may be conducted by Research Designs & Standards Organisation (RDSO), an Organisation of Indian Railways, by adopting their norms as prevalent for Indian Railways. Alternatively, in the event of non-availability of schedule of test from RDSO or otherwise, JMRC may get the test conducted through any other professional agency working in this field by adopting the same norms /procedures as prevalent in Indian Railways for Assistant Station Master/ Assistant Loco Pilot.

The detailed guidelines and procedure of psychometric test shall be made available on JMRC’s website before conduction of psychometric test.

ii) Interview – 1 0 marks: The focus of interview will be on personality traits, including communication skills, of the candidates. There will be no minim um pass marks for the interview, but failure to appear in interview will disqualify the candidate.

iii) Medical Fitness (Qualifying Test : Fit in A1 category): All candidates called for interview and/or placed on the final merit list or panel of wait listed candidates, shall have to undergo and pass medical fitness test as prescribed by JMRC (A 1 category). Passing of the medical test shall be mandatory for the candidates.

b) For the Posts of Junior Engineer (Civil), Junior Engineer (Electronics), Junior Engineer (Mechanical) and Junior Engineer (Electrical)

Stage – I

Written Test – 1 00 marks: The maximum time permitted for the written test shall be 135 minutes, and it sh all carry 100 questions for a total of 100 marks. The questions shall be multiple choice objective type, with 1 mark being awarded for each right answer and 0.25 marks being deducted for each wrong answer. Minimum pass marks shall be 40 % for all candidates other than SC/ST Category candidates and 35 % for SC/S T Category candidates. The indicative scheme of the question paper (i.e., approximate number of questions ± 10%) shall be as follows :

  • Domain/Discipline related – 50 questions
  • General Knowledge & Awareness, including General Science – 20 questions
  • Computer Awareness – 10 questions
  • English Comprehension – 10 questions
  • Hindi Comprehension – 10 questions

Stage – II

Medical Fitness T est (Qualifying Test : Fit in A3 category): All candidates placed on the final merit list or panel of wait listed candidates, based on marks obtained in the written test, shall have to undergo and pass medical fitness test as prescribed by JMRC (A3 category). Passing of the medical test shall be mandatory for the candidates.

c) For the Post of Junior Accountant

Stage – I: Written Test – 100 marks:

The maximum ti me permitted for the written test shall be 135 minutes, and it shall carry 100 questions for a total of 100 marks. The questions shall be multiple choice objective type, with 1 mark being awarded for each right answer and 0.25 marks being deducted for each wrong answer. Minimum pass marks shall be 40 % for all candidates other than SC/ST Category candidates and 35 % for SC/ST Category candidates. The indicative scheme of the question paper (i.e., approximate number of questions ± 10%) shall be as follows :

  • Commerce and Accounts related – 50 questions
  • General Knowledge & Awareness, including General Science – 10 questions
  • Quantitative Aptitude, Logical Ability and Reasoning – 10 questions
  • Computer Awareness – 10 questions
  • English Comprehension – 10 questions
  • Hindi Comprehension – 10 questions

Stage – II : Medical Fitness Test (Qualifying Test : Fit in C1 category):

All candidates placed on the final merit list or panel of wait listed candidates, based on marks obtained in the written test, shall have to undergo and pass medical fitness test as prescribed by JMRC (C1 category). Passing of the medical test shall be mandatory for the candidates.

d) For the Post of Customer Relations Assistant

Stage – I

Written Test – 100 marks: The maximum time permitted for the written test shall be 135 minutes, and it sh all carry 100 questions for a total of 100 marks. The questions shall be multiple choice objective type, with 1 mark being awarded for each right answer and 0.25 marks being deducted for each wrong answer. Minimum pass marks shall be 40 % for all candidates other than SC/ST Category candidates and 35 % for SC/S T Category candidates. The indicative scheme of the question paper (i.e., approximate number of questions ± 10%) shall be as follows :

General Knowledge & Awareness, including General Science– 50 questions
Quantitative Aptitude, Logical Ability and Reasoning– 20 questions
Computer Awareness– 10 questions
English Comprehension– 10 questions
Hindi Comprehension– 10 questions

Stage – II

Medical Fitness Test (Qualifying Test: Fit in B1 category): All candidates placed on the final merit list or panel of wait listed candidates, based on marks obtained in the written test, shall have to undergo and pass medical fitness test as prescribed by JMRC (B1 category). Passing of the medical test shall be mandatory for the candidates)

e) For the Posts of Maintainer (Fitter) and Maintainer (Electronics):

Stage – I

Written Test – 100 marks: The maximum time permitted for the written test shall be 135 minutes, and it sh all carry 100 questions for a total of 100 marks. The questions shall be multiple choice objective type, with 1 mark being awarded for each right answer and 0.25 marks being deducted for each wrong answer. Minimum pass marks shall be 40 % for all candidates other than SC/ST Category candidates and 35 % for SC/S T Category candidates. The indicative scheme of the question paper (i.e., approximate number of questions ± 10%) shall be as follows :

  • Trade related (including pictorial/ problem-solving questions covering the practical aspect of ITI training) – 65 questions
  • General Knowledge & Awareness, including General Science – 20 questions
  • Computer Awareness – 5 questions
  • English Comprehension – 5 questions
  • Hindi Comprehension – 5 questions

Stage – II

Medical Fitness T est (Qualifying Test : Fit in B1 category) : All candidates placed on the final merit list or panel of wait listed candidates, based on marks obtained in the written test, shall have to undergo and pass medical fitness test as prescribed by JMRC (B1 category). Passing of the medical test shall be mandatory for the candidates.

g) The call list for Interview/ Psychometric Test, for each post these have been prescribed for, would be limited to the number of candidates who have obtained minimum pass marks in the written test, subject to a maximum of 5 times the number of vacancies in each category, in order o f marks obtained in the written test.

Note: If more than one candidate is placed at the cut-off point (rounded off to two decimal points) of the merit list of written test, all such candidates would be included in the call list for Interview/Psychometric Te st.

h) Category-wise final merit list for each post shall be prepared from among candidates who have obtained minimum pass m arks in the written test, as under:

i) For the posts of Station Controller/Train Operator: in order of the total marks obtained in written test and interview, and after disqualifying the candidates who have not passed the psychometric test or the medical fitness test or have not appeared in the interview. If more than one candidate is placed at the cut-off point (without any rounding off) of the final merit list, the candidate who is senior in age would be preferred.

ii) For the posts of Junior Engineers, Jr. Accountant, Customer Relations Assistant and Maintainers, : in order of the total marks obtained in written test, subject to their passing t he medical fitness test. If more than one candidate is placed at the cut-off point (without any rounding off) of the final merit list, the candidate who is senior in age would be preferred.

A Panel of Wait Listed Candidates may also be prepared on these very lines.

i) Dates of written test, results of written test and all other recruitment related information shall be available on JMRC website. Candidates are required to regularly visit the website and check for updates.

j) All questions papers shall be bilingual (i.e., in Hindi and English). However, Hindi Comprehension Questions shall only be in Hindi and English Comprehension Questions shall only be in English.

JMRC Exam Syllabus 2017

a) The standard of domain/discipline/trade related questions will be commensurate with the technical qualification specified for the concerned post. The standard of other questions would also be such as may be reasonably expected of a candidate having educational qualification specified for the post.

b) The written test for various posts would mainly cover the subjects/topics indicated as follows:

1. STATION CONTRO LLER/TRAIN OPERATOR:

  • i) General Knowledge & Awareness – Current Affairs, Economy, Culture, History, Geography and Natural Resources of India, with special focus on Rajasthan.
  • ii) General Science  –  Live  processes,  Control  and  co-ordination  in  animals  and  plants, Reproduction, Heredity and Evolution, Electric current, Potential difference and Electric current, Magnetic effects of current, Reflection of light, Refraction, Refraction of light through prism, Natural resources and Environment.
  • iii) Quantitative Aptitude – Ratio and Proportion, Percentages and Ave rages, Profit and Loss, Speed and Distance, Time and Work, LCM and HCF, Simple and Compound Interest.
  • iv) Logical Ability and ReasoningData Interpretation, Venn Diagram, Inductive Logic, Puzzles, Coding and decoding, Number Series, Blood Relations, Arrangements.
  • v) Computer Awareness – Input and Output devices, Latest trends in IT , Computer Networks, Operating System, E- Mail and Internet, MS-Office.
  • vi) English Comprehension – Comprehension passage in English with questions in English only.
  • vii) Hindi Comprehension – Comprehension passage in Hindi with questions in Hindi only.

2. JUNIOR ENGINEER (CIVIL):

  • i) Civil EngineeringStrength of Materials and Mechanics of Structures, Building Material & Construction, Hydraulics and Fluid Mechanics, Design of RCC structures, Design of steel structures, Estimation and costing, Surveying.
  • ii) General Knowledge & Awareness– Current Affairs, Economy, Culture, History, Geography, Natural Resources and Environment of India, with special focus on Rajasthan.
  • iii) General Science – Acids, Bases and Salts, Chemical Reactions, Metals and Non-metals, Carbon compounds, Periodic classification of elements, Live processes, Control and co-ordination in animals and plants, Reproduction, Heredity and Evolution, Electric current, Potential difference and Electric current, Magnetic effects of current, Reflection of light, Refraction, Refraction of light through prism, Nuclear Physics, Management of natural resources, Source s of energy, Environment.
  • iv) Computer Awareness – Input and Output devices, Latest trends in IT , Computer Networks, Operating System, E- Mail and Internet, MS-Office.
  • v) English Comprehension – Comprehension passage in English with questions in English only.
  • vi) Hindi Comprehension – Comprehension passage in Hindi with questions in Hindi only.

3. JUNIOR ENGINEER (MECHANICAL):

  • i) Mechanical Engineering – Strength of materials, Fluid mechanics, CADD CAM, CIM, Measurements, Robotics, Mechanics of machines, Manufacturing process, Thermodynamics, Materials, Automobiles.
  • ii) General Knowledge & Awareness – Current Affairs, Economy, Culture, History, Geography, Natural Resources and Environment of India, with special focus on Rajasthan.
  • iii) General Science – Acids, Bases and Salts, Chemical Reactions, Metals and Non-metals, Carbon compounds, Periodic classification of elements, Live processes, Control and coordination in animals and plants, Reproduction, Heredity and Evolution, Electric current, Potential difference and Electric current, Magnetic effects of current, Reflection of light, Refraction, Refraction of light through prism, Nuclear Physics, Management of natural resources, Sources of energy, Environment.
  • iv) Computer Awareness – Input and Output devices, Latest trends in IT , Computer Networks, Operating System, E- Mail and Internet, MS-Office.
  • v) English Comprehension – Comprehension passage in English with que stions in English only.
  • vi) Hindi Comprehension – Comprehension passage in Hindi with questions in Hindi only.

4. JUNIOR ENGINEER (ELECTRICAL):

  • i) Electrical EngineeringPN Junction Diodes, Bipolar Junction Transistors (BJT), Field Effect Transistors, Network Theorems, Polyphase Circuits, AC/D C generators, AC/DC motors, Transformers, Measuring Instruments, Potentiometers, Measurement of Resistances.
  • ii) General Knowledge & Awareness– Current Affairs, Economy, Culture, History, Geography, Natural Resource s and Environment of India, with special focus on Rajasthan.
  • iii) General Science – Acids, Bases and Salts, Chemical Reactions, Metals and Non-metals, Carbon compounds, Periodic classification of elements, Live processes, Control and co-Detailed Advertisement for Recruitment of Immediate Interim Manpower, October 2012 16 ordination in animals and plants, Reproduction, Heredity and Evolution, Electric current, Potential difference and Electric current, Magnetic effects of current, Reflection of light, Refraction, Refraction of light through prism, Nuclear Physics, Management of natural resources, Sources of energy, Environment.
  • iv) Computer Awareness – Input and Output devices, Latest trends in IT , Computer Networks, Operating System, E- Mail and Internet, MS-Office.
  • v) English Comprehension – Comprehension passage in English with questions in English only.
  • vi) Hindi Comprehension – Comprehension passage in Hindi with questions in Hindi only.

5. JUNIOR ENGINEER (ELECTRONICS):

  • i) Electronics/ Electronics & Communication Engineering – Semiconductor Physics, Small Signal Amplifiers at Low Frequency, Network Theorems and Elements, Electronic Instruments for Measuring Basic Parameters, Digital Signal Processing, Control, System Instrumentation Techniques, Biomedical Electronics, Artificial Neural Networks, Digital Electronics, Analogue Electronic Circuit, Mobile Communication System, Satellite Communication System, Radar System, Optical Fibre Communication.
  • ii) General   Knowledge   &   Awareness   – Current  Affairs,  Economy, Culture, History, Geography, Natural Resources and Environment of India, with special focus on Rajasthan.
  • iii) General Science – Acids, Bases and Salts, Chemical Reactions, Metals and Non-metals, Carbon compounds, Periodic classification of elements, Live processes, Control and co-ordination in animals and plants, Reproduction, Heredity and Evolution, Electric current, Potential difference and Electric current, Magnetic effects of current, Reflection of light, Refraction, Refraction of light through prism, Nuclear Physics, Management of natural resources, Source s of energy, Environment.
  • iv) Computer Awareness – Input and Output devices, Latest trends in IT , Computer Networks, Operating System, E- Mail and Internet, MS-Office.
  • v) English Comprehension – Comprehension passage in English with questions in English only.
  • vi) Hindi Comprehension – Comprehension passage in Hindi with questions in Hindi only.

6. JUNIOR ACCOUNT ANT:

i) Commerce and Accounts related –

Auditing:

  • Meaning and objects of auditing. Internal check and internal audit; programming and procedure of audit work; vouching; verification and valuation of assets and liabilities; Balance Sheet and continuous audit; Cost and Management Audit.
  • Company Audit: Rights, duties and liabilities of company auditors; Audit of Government Companies under Companies Act.

Financial Accounting:

  • Accounting: as a financial information system; Partnership accounts: admission, retirement and dissolution; Computer Application in accounting.
  • Ratio Analysis and interpretation: Ratios relating to short term liquidity, long term solvency and profitability.
  • Company Accounts: Issue, forfeiture and redemption of shares and debentures. Underwriting; purchase of Business; Disposal of profits, capitalisation of profits.
  • Study of Indian Accounting standards: Accounting standards relating to Accounting Policy; Valuation of Inventory, Depreciation, Fixed Assets, Events occurring after Balance Sheet Date.

Cost Accounting:

  • Methods of costing: Unit costing, contract costing, process costing an d operating costing.
  • Budgetary control and standard costing; Variance Analysis: Labour and Material Variances
  • Marginal costing and Decision Making.

Management and Organisation:

  • Meaning, Nature, Principles and Importance of Management: process of decision making.
  • Functions of Management, Planning, Organisation, Coordination, Direction and Control.

7. CUSTOMER RELATIONS ASSISTANT:

  • i) General Knowledge & Awareness– Current Affairs, Economy, Culture, History, Geography, Natural Resources and Environment of India, with special focus on Rajasthan.
  • ii) General Science – Acids, Bases and Salts, Chemical Reactions, Metals and Non-metals, Carbon compounds, Periodic classification of elements, Live Processes, Control and co-ordination in animals and plants, Reproduction, Heredity and Evolution, Electric current, Potential difference and Electric current, Magnetic effects of current, Reflection of light, Refraction, Refraction of light through prism, Work, Force, Nuclear Physics, Natural resources and Environment.
  • iii) Quantitative Aptitude – Ratio and Proportion, Percentages and Ave rages, Profit and Loss, Speed and Distance, Time and Work, LCM and HCF, Simple and Compound Interest.
  • iv) Logical Ability and Reasoning – Data Interpretation, Venn Diagram, Inductive Logic, Puzzles, Coding and decoding, Number Series, Blood Relations, Arrangements.
  • v) Computer Awareness – Input and Output devices, Latest trends in IT , Computer Networks, Operating System, E- Mail and Internet, MS-Office.
  • vi) English Comprehension – Comprehension passage in English with questions in English only.
  • vii) Hindi Comprehension –Comprehension passage in Hindi with questions in Hindi only.

8) MAINTAINER (FITTER):

  • i) Fitter Trade Related – As per standard of NCVT (DG E&T) – Machines, Machine accessories, Work shop practice, Workshop calculation, Measuring tool s / hand tools / cutting tools, Power transmission, Limits and fits, Lubricants, Fasteners and fastening methods, Heat treatment, Safety precautions, Engineering Drawing.
  • ii) General Knowledge & Awareness – Current Affairs, Economy, Culture, History, Geography and Natural Resources of India, with special focus on Rajasthan.
  • iii) General Science – Acids, Bases and Salts, Chemical Reactions, Metals and Non-metals, Carbon compounds, Periodic classification of elements, Live processes, Control and co-ordination in animals and plants, Reproduction, Heredity and Evolution, Electric current, Potential difference and Electric current, Magnetic effects of current, Reflection of light, Refraction, Refraction of light through prism, Work, Force, Management of natural resources, Sources of energy, Environment.
  • iv) Computer Awareness – Input and Output devices, Latest trends in IT, Operating System, E-Mail and Internet, MS-Office.
  • v) English Comprehension – Comprehension passage in English with questions in English only.
  • vi) Hindi Comprehension – Comprehension passage in Hindi with questions in Hindi only.

9) MAINTAINER (ELECTRONICS):

  • i) Electronic Mechanic Trade Related – As per standard of NCV T (DG E&T) – Basic Electronic components, Component testing, Measuring and testing equipment, Diodes, Field Effect Transistor, Thyristors, Amplifiers, Oscillators, Basic logic gates, Number system, D.C. Motor, Circuit signs & symbols, Workshop calculation.
  • ii) General Knowledge & Awareness– Current Affairs, Economy, Culture, History, Geography and Natural Resources of India, with special focus on Rajasthan.
  • iii) General Science – Acids, Bases and Salts, Chemical Reactions, Metals and Non-metals, Carbon compounds, Periodic classification of elements, Live processes, Control and co-ordination in animals and plants, Reproduction, Heredity and Evolution, Electric current, Potential difference and Electric current, Magnetic effects of current, Reflection of light, Refraction, Refraction of light through prism, Work, Force, Management of natural resources, Sources of energy, Environment.
  • iv) Computer Awareness – Input and Output devices, Latest trends in IT, Operating System, E-Mail and Internet, MS-Office.
  • v) English Comprehension – Comprehension passage in English with questions in English only.
  • vi) Hindi Comprehension –Comprehension passage in Hindi with questions in Hindi only.

JMRC Recruitment 2017 Important Dates

  • Starting Date to Apply Online Application Form: 22-02-2017.
  • Last Date for Submission of Online Application: 31-03-2017.

JMRC Recruitment 2017 Online Application Form

  • a) Applications shall be submitted online on JMRC recruitment portal (www.jmrcrecruitment.in). Applicant may submit applications on their own on JMRC recruitment portal, if they have internet facility and online paymen t facility OR they may submit through e-Mitra kiosk within Rajasthan. For this purpose, a candidate h as to initially register on the recruitment portal which is a onetime activity. At the time of registration, candidates must provide correct information regarding Name, Date of Birth, Category, Mobile Number , E-mail ID and the Post for which the candidate i s applying. This basic information cannot be changed once submitted. After that the candidate shall receive a message on his/her mobile and E-mail ID regarding Application ID for login. The Application ID shall be used by the candidate to login on the JMRC recruitment portal throughout the whole process of the recruitment.
  • b) The candidate will have to login into the recruitment portal using above Application ID and other details to fill the application form. After filling application form, candidate can review the filled information and once satisfied with correctness of the information he/she can review the filled application form. In case of any error, the candidate can edit the filled information except the basic information submitted at the time of registration in above step. After that the candidate will have to submit the filled application.

HOW TO FILL THE APPLICATION FORM

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Instructions for filling the Application are available on the JMRC website.

c) After submission of the form, the candidates who are filling applications on their own will be able to deposit application fee on line and those who are using e-Mitra kiosk service s will have to deposit. application fee at e-Mitra kiosk only. An application will be considered for the recruitment only after prescribed fee deposition.

d) If a candidate is eligible, and wants to apply, for more than one post, he/she is at liberty to do so, but shall have to fill and submit separate applications and the entire application process (including registration) shall have to be repeated by him/her for each post. However, be fore applying for more than one post, the candidates may note that JMRC reserves the right to decide (and change) the examination schedule and hold interview/ written test/ any other test for different posts or groups of posts simultaneously or in different sessions on a particular date or on different dates. Furthermore, if the date and time of interview/ written test/ any other test for two or more post s for which a particular candidate has applied clash, the candidate will choose the post for which he/she wants to appear in the interview/ written test/ any other test but in no case would the application fee or other charges be refunded for his/her Application(s) for the other post(s) that he/she may have app lied for.

e) Candidates must carefully choose the category under which they wish to apply and seek relaxation in application fee. If due to furnishing of wrong particulars, application fee remains underpaid, the candidature will stand cancelled and the defect cannot be remedied by depositing the balance amount after the last date prescribed for depositing the Application Fee has elapsed.

f) Candidates should have a valid personal e-mail ID, as the same is mandatory for submitting an application. It should be kept active during the currency of this recruitment process since all important communication will be sent on this e-mail ID. The candidates are, therefore , requested to check their e-mail regularly for any communication from JMRC. Under no cir cumstances should the candidate share the password for this e-mail ID with any other candidate/ person.

g) Call Letter for interview/ psychometric test etc. will NOT be issued in paper form by post; these will only be e-mailed or made downloadable from JMRC website. Also, if a written test is to be held for the Post, the admit card for written test will neither be sent by post nor by email; it will only be downloadable from JMRC website.

h) Candidates are advised in their own interest to register online much before t he last date, as per the time schedule mentioned in this advertisement and not to wait till the last d ate, so as to avoid the possibility of disconnection, inability or failure to log on to the application module on account of heavy  load.

i) JMRC does not assume any responsibility for the candidates not being able to submit their applications within the last date on account of the aforesaid reasons or for any other reason beyond the control of JMRC.

j) A candidate shall be permitted in the interview/ speed test/ written test venue only if he/she possesses the Call Letter/ Admit Car d, as applicable, along with a photo identity card.

k) The Call Letters/ Admit Cards issued to the candidates shall be provisional. In case any ineligible candidate is issued an Adm it Card and is able to appear in the written test or is called for an interview/ speed test/ medical fitness test, or is even allowed to join, JMRC will be entitled to cancel his/her candidature or appointment at any stage, on grounds of ineligibility.

l) The issue of an Admit Card/Call letter to appear in the written test/ psycho metric test/ interview/ medical fitness test or the f act of having passed these tests or having been place d on the final merit list, will not be a proof of an y candidate’s eligibility. Candidature will be purely provisional subject to eligibility and other verifications before or after appointment in JMRC. The onus of ensuring that he/she meets all the eligibility requirements will rest on the candidate himself /herself all through the recruitment process. Candidates will be allowed to appear in written test/ psychometric test/ interview/ medical fitness test purely on provisional basis and no candidate will have a right to appointment or any compensation only on the ground of having appeared in or passed the written or any other screening test.

m) The decision of JMRC about the eligibility of a candidate shall be final and binding. No correspondence will be entertained in this regard.

n) If the candidature of a candidate is rejected at any stage due to incomplete/incorrect information filled in the Application, it shall be his/her sole responsibility.

o) Candidates are advised no t to submit multiple applications against any one post, as it may result in cancellation/rejection of the candidature without any notice/ intimation. Exception: In circumstances of inadvertent error discovered by a candidate after submission, he/she is free to submit another application afresh on or be fore 31/03/2017. In such cases, Application Fee and other charges Charges for the new Application will also be deposited afresh, even if Application Fee had already been deposited for the earlier Application.

Application Fees

  • a) An Application shall b e deemed as valid only if the prescribed Application Fee is deposited by the last date prescribed for the purpose, i.e., 31/03/2017, and in the specified manner.
  • In case the candidate registers and submits application on its own, after submission of application form he/she will be directed to payment gateway where he/she can deposit application fee online. In this case; bank charges shall be payable extra, as applicable.
  • In case the candidate opts to submit application from at e-Mitra kiosk, he/s he will have to submit the fee and e-Mitra service charges personally at e-Mitra kiosk.
  • Online application for m shall be accepted only after deposition of prescribed application fee by prescribed date.
  • Once the prescribed application fee is deposited, he/she will get message on mobile / E-mail regarding acceptance o f the application form for the JMRC recruitment.
  • The Application Fee s hall be as under:

i) Application Fee

For Persons with Disabilities (OL – R or L)Rs. 250
For SC/ST candidates of RajasthanRs. 250
For Non-Cream y Layer OBC/BC/SBC candidates of RajasthanRs. 400
For all other candidatesRs. 500

e-Mitra Service Charges:.

The e-Mitra Centres shall provide various services for online filling of forms for applicants on following rates:

Online filling of forms including scanning of photo/ Signature with printing of  receipt, including fee deposition chargesRs. 30
Printing of admit cards/ application form (per page)Rs. 5
Photo capturing through web cameraRs.5

g) The Application Fee and e-Mitra Charges are non-refundable and will not be held in reserve for any other test or selection. Also, these will not be refunded in case the candidature of a candidate is rejected at any stage. Furthermore, if the date and time of interview/ written test/ any other test for two or more posts for which a particular candidate has applied clash, the candidate will choose the post for which he/she wants to appear in the interview/ written test/ any other test but in no case would the Application Fee and e-Mitra Charges be refunded for his/her Application(s) for the other post(s) that he/she ma y have applied for.

(Others information Please Check the Advt.)

JMRC Exam 2017 Online Practice Test:

  • JMRC Junior Engineer (Civil), Maintainer (Fitter), Station Controller, etc. Exam Questions Answers. This mock test having question each, with four choices. On each click on answers system will tell you where the answers is correct or incorrect. There many online practice set of Sarkari Naukri Exam Question answers quiz.

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