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PSU
 OVERVIEW OF PSU
Description

The Public Sector Undertakings of Indian Government,number more than 200 commercially functioning companies. The Public SectorUndertaking companies are better known by their shorter initial form of PSU.These undertakings are divided into two parts – state and central.

 

 

Public Sector Undertakings (PSUs) are government undertaking companies. These provide secure future and good money as these are less affected by the current recession. This sector provides a career for both technical and non-technical personnel.

The students from technical background can apply in technical service providing companies, i.e. BSNL, MTNL, SAIL, NHAI, NTPC, BHEL, ONGC, HPCL, IOCL, BPCL and many more. There are 252 PSUs in India. These PSUs recruit thousands of diploma and degree holding personnel in technical field. All these companies have their own recruiting procedures.

Some of these companies have competitive type examinations and others have technical written and interview rounds. The intimation for the examination is generally notified beforehand repeatedly in their websites and in all the leading daily newspapers.

Pay Structure of PSUs:

IDA:  23% of Basic

$

4738/- approx.

HRA: 35% of Basic

$

7210/- approx.

TA DA

1500-2000/- approx.

 

Total (approx.)

$

36000 (In hand)

 

Other Benefits

�        Medical facility unlimited.               

�        Education (subsidies fee)

�        Transport Facility                           

�        LTC                                  

�        Loan facility at lower interest                                  

�        Subsidies electricity and water bills

 

Township: well managed township with all relevant facilities.

�        schools

�        clubs

�        hospitals

�        shopping centers

�        guest houses

�        Community centers, etc.

 

Major PSUs:

 

  • Branch: Electronics and Telecommunication Engineering

 

S.No.

Name of the Organization

Exam Conducting Body

No. of Seats (approx.)        

 

Name of the  Post           

 

Ratio of Technical & Non-Technical

 1.

 

DRDO

DRDO

150

Scientist

 

100 50

 

2.

BHEL

 

BHEL

 

80-100

Trainee

 

120 120

 

3.

BEL

 

BEL

 

100

Exe. Trainee

 

120 50

 

4.

C. DOT

 

C. DOT

 

20

Research Engineer

 

120 50

 

5.

ISRO

 

ISRO

 

60-70

Scientist

 

100 50

 

 

  • Branch: Mechanical Engineering

 

S.No.

Name of the Organization

Exam Conducting Body

No. of Seats (approx.)        

 

Name of the  Post           

 

Ratio of Technical & Non-Technical

1.

ONGC

 

ONGC

 

80

Exec. Trainee

90 90

 

2.

BHEL

 

BHEL

 

100

Exec. Trainee

120 120

 

3.

NTPC

 

NTPC

 

100

Exec. Trainee

120 50

 

4.

HAL

 

HAL

 

125

Exec. Trainee

145 15

 

5.

IOCL

 

IOCL

 

20-25

Exec. Trainee

120 50

 

6.

BPCL

 

BPCL

 

20-25

Exec. Trainee

120 50

 

7.

SAIL

 

SAIL

 

100

Exec. Trainee

120 50           

 

 

  • Branch: Electrical Engineering

 

S.No.

Name of the Organization

Exam Conducting Body

No. of Seats (approx.)        

 

Name of the  Post            

 

Ratio of Technical & Non-Technical

1.

NTPC

 

 

NTPC

 

140

Exec. Trainee

120 50

 

2.

BHEL

 

BHEL

 

50

Exec. Trainee

100 100

3.

Power Grid Co.

Power Grid Co.

 

75

Exec. Trainee

120 60

 

4.

 

ONGC

 

ONGC

 

08

Exec. Trainee

90 90

 

  • Branch: Electrical Engineering

 

S.No.

Name of the Organization

Exam Conducting Body

No. of Seats (approx.)        

 

Name of the  Post           

 

Ratio of Technical & Non-Technical

1.

NTPC

 

 

NTPC

 

20

Exec. Trainee

100 50

2.

BHEL

 

BHEL

 

40

Exec. Trainee

100 100

3.

ISRO

 

ISRO

 

30

Scientist at C

100 50

 

4.

 

BEL

 

BEL

 

25

Exec. Trainee

120 50

5.

HAL

 

HAL

30

Exec. Trainee

145 15

6.

DRDO

 

DRDO

 

30

Scientist at B

100 50

 

  • Branch: Civil Engineering

 

S.No.

Name of the Organization

Exam Conducting Body

No. of Seats (approx.)        

 

Name of the  Post           

 

Ratio of Technical & Non-Technical

1.

RITES

 

RITES

 

 

60-70

Exec. Trainee

120 50

2.

NABARD

NABARD

 

 

50-60

Exec. Trainee

120 50

3.

IRCON

IRCON

 

 

50-60

Exec. Trainee

150 25

 

 

  

OVERVIEW OF BARC

Description

The Bhabha Atomic ResearchCentre (BARC) (Hindi: भाभा परमाणु अनुसन्धान केंद्र Bhābhā Paramānu Anusandhān Kendra) is India's premiernuclearresearch facility based in Trombay, Mumbai. BARC is amulti-disciplinary research centre with extensive infrastructure for advancedresearch and development covering the entire spectrum of nuclearscience, engineering and related areas.

BARC's core mandate is tosustain peaceful applications of nuclear energy, primarily for powergeneration. It manages all facets of nuclear power generation, from theoretical design of reactors, computerised modelling and simulation, risk analysis, development and testing of new reactor fuel materials, etc. It also conductsresearch in spent fuel processing, and safe disposal of nuclear waste. Its other research focus areas are applications for isotopes in industries,medicine, agriculture, etc. BARC operates a number of researchreactors across the country

EXAMINATION INFORMATION:

BARC RecruitmentNotification 2013 For Engineering and Science Graduates 
Bhabha Atomic ResearchCentre ( BARC ) Invites Engineering Graduates Across India

Qualification:

B.E. / B.Tech. / B.Sc Education in Mechanical, Chemical, Metallurgical, Civil, Electrical,Electronics, Computer, Instrumentation, Engineering Physics and FoodTechnology.

M.Sc. in Physics, Chemistry, Bio sciences, Geophysics / Applied Geophysics and M.Sc. or equivalent M. Tech.in Geology / Applied Geology / Applied Geochemistry.

1. Only Indian citizens areeligible to apply.

2. A minimum of 60% aggregate marks in BE/B.Tech or equivalent.

3. Candidates whose final results will be available by November 30, 2013, and expecting to score 60% or above, may also apply.

 

OVERVIEW OF DRDO

Description

The Defence Research and Development Organisation (DRDO) is anagency of the Republicof India, responsible for the development of technologyfor use by the military, headquartered in New Delhi,India. It was formed in 1958 by the merger of the Technical Development Establishmentand the Directorate of Technical Development and Production with the DefenceScience Organisation. DRDO has a network of 52 laboratories which are deeplyengaged in developing defence technologies covering various fields, likeaeronautics, armaments, electronic and computer sciences, human resourcedevelopment, life sciences, materials, missiles, combat vehicles developmentand naval research and development. The organization includes more than 5,000scientists and about 25,000 other scientific, technical and supportingpersonnel.

The Defense Research and Development Organization (DRDO) isone of the reputed departments of Indian military formed by the government ofthe India in 1958. Main work of DRDO is to develop new techniques for the useof Indian military so that they could be ready for any situation or war byhaving new technologies.

Now DRDO has 5000 scientists in 52 laboratories in different fields likedeveloping defense technologies, armaments, electronic, aeronautics andcomputer sciences, human resource, life sciences, missiles, combat vehicles, materialsdevelopment and research. They develop these techniques for military of Indiaso that they could save us from enemies who want to destroy the beauty ofIndia. This modern technique helps to win the war with efficiency and parlor tothe enemy’s force.

DRDO is recruiting more people for this sector they has opened 4 vacancies forthis department to work in Electronics/ Physics. It is a government job and agolden chance for candidates. In below article you can know more about thesevacancies.

 

OVERVIEW OF DMRC

Description

The Delhi Metro Rail Corporation Ltd. (DMRC)is a state owned company thatoperates the Delhi Metroin theNational Capital Region of India. Besides operating the metro, the DMRCis also involved in the planning and implementation of metro rail, monorail and high speedrail projects in India. The DMRC has equal equity participation from the Governmentof India and the Governmentof Delhi

DMRC was registered on 3 May 1995 under the Companies Act, 1956 for theimplementation and subsequent operation of the Delhi Metro. E. Sreedharan was appointedas the first managing director of DMRC.[2] Sreedharan handedover charge as MD of DMRC to Mangu Singh on 31 December 2011.

The Ministry of Urban Development (MoUD) instructedthe DMRC to set up a separate subsidiary company to provide consultancyservices. The intention was to let DMRC focus on the Delhi Metro while theseparate firm will provide consultancy services. The decision was reportedlytaken following the appointment of DMRC as a consultant in the Kochi Metro project, on theKerala Government's insistence. According to an MoUD official, "Theobjective is to provide consultancy services without infringing in the mainfunctioning of Delhi Metro. The sister company of the DMRC will also beregistered under Companies Act 1956."[3]

DMRC has made it compulsory to wear safety helmets on constructionsites. It also earns carboncredits with rainwaterharvesting at metro stations and runs an HIV/AIDS programme forworkers

DMRC Recruitment Admit Card 2013

Exam Details: Delhi Metro Rail Corporation Limited (DMRC) has invitednotification against recruitment of Assistant Manager (Operations), AssistantManager (Stores/(Material Management), Assistant Manager (Human Resource),Assistant Manager (Legal) Vacancies. Eligible candidates can apply throughprescribed application format on 02 August 2012.


About DMRC: The Delhi Metro is an state owned company with equal equityparticipation from Government of India and Government of National CapitalTerritory of Delhi. However, the organisation is under administrative controlof Ministry of Urban Development, Government of India. Delhi Metro is a rapidtransit system serving Delhi, Gurgaon, Noida, and Ghaziabad in the NationalCapital Region of India. Delhi Metro is India's first modern publictransportation system,which has revolutionized travel by providing a fast, reliable,safe, and comfortable means of transport.

 

OVERVIEW OF ISRO

Description

The Indian Space ResearchOrganisation (ISRO, pron.: /ˈɪəɛrɵ/; Hindi:भारतीय अंतरिक्ष अनुसंधान संगठनBhāratīya AntarikaAnusandhāna Sagahana) is the primary spaceagency of the Indian government. ISRO is amongst the sixlargest government space agencies in the world,along with America'sNASA,Russia's RKA, Europe'sESA, China's CNSA and Japan's JAXA. Its primaryobjective is to advance space technology and use its applications fornational benefit.[2]

Established in 1969, ISROsuperseded the erstwhile Indian National Committeefor Space Research (INCOSPAR). Headquartered in Bangalore,ISRO is under the administrative control of the Department of Space, Government of India.

ISRO has achieved numerousmilestones since its establishment. India’s first satellite, Aryabhata, was built by ISRO and launched bythe SovietUnionin 1975. Rohini, the first satellite to be placed inorbit by an Indian-made launch vehicle, SLV-3, was launched in 1980. ISROsubsequently developed two other rockets: the Polar Satellite Launch Vehicle(PSLV) for putting satellites into polarorbits and the Geosynchronous Satellite LaunchVehicle(GSLV) for placing satellites into geostationary orbits. These rockets havelaunched numerous communications satellites, earth observation satellites, and, in2008, Chandrayaan-1,India’s first mission to the Moon.

Over the years, ISRO hasconducted a variety of operations for both Indian and foreign clients. ISRO'ssatellite launch capability is mostly provided by indigenous launchvehicles and launch sites. In 2008, ISRO successfully launched its firstlunar probe, Chandrayaan-1, while future plans include indigenousdevelopment of GSLV,manned space missions, furtherlunar exploration, and interplanetary probes. ISRO has several fieldinstallations as assets, and cooperates with the international community as apart of several bilateral and multilateral agreements.

Objective:- The objective ofISRO (Indian Space Research Organization) is to develop space technology andits application to various tasks of national and international interest.Accordingly, it has successfully put into operation two major satellitesystems, namely the Indian National Satellites(INSAT)for communication services and the Indian Remote Sensing (IRS) satellites formanagement for natural resources. It has also developed various launchvehicles, like the Polar Satellite Launch Vehicle(PSLV), the Geosynchronous Satellite LaunchVehicle (GSLV), etc. for launching satellites.

Selection Process:

The candidate should haveFirst Class with minimum 65% marks in the Qualifying Degree ie, BE/B.Tech orequivalent for submission of application on line.Please note that the qualification prescribed is the MINIMUM requirement andthe same does not automatically make candidates eligible for written test.Based on the academic performance and bio-data, initial screening will beconducted to short-list candidates for taking-up written test. The writtentest will be conducted on 05-05-2013 at Ahmedabad, Bangalore, Bhopal, Chennai,Guwahati, Hyderabad, Kolkata, Mumbai, New Delhi and Thiruvananthapuram.However, the Organisation reserves the right to cancel/change the written testvenue and re-allot the candidates to any other test centre. The call lettersfor the written test to the short-listed candidates will be sent only by e-mailduring the second/third week of April 2013. Based on the performance of thecandidates in the Written Test, candidates will be short-listed for interview.The schedule and venue of the interview will be notified separately to theshortlisted candidates only. Candidates attending the interview will bereimbursed to and fro second-class train fare by the shortest route from thecity indicated in the online application form to the place of interview (changeof address and city for the purpose will not be entertained)

 

OVERVIEW OF JMRC

Description

.

EDUCATIONAL QUALIFICATION

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

S. No. Name of Post

Qualification

1.Station Controller/ Train Operator Graduation in anydiscipline from a recognised University with minimum 50% marks or equivalentGrade/ Level in graduation, andMathematics or Physics as one of the subjectspassed in Senior Secondary (10 2) or Higher Secondary (10 1) or equivalentexamination of a recognised Board.

2.Junior Engineer(Civil) Degree in Civil Engineering froma recognised University (or equivalent Engineering qualification) with minimum50% marks or equivalent Grade/Level.

3.Junior Engineer (Electrical) Degree in ElectricalEngineering from a recognised University (or equivalent Engineeringqualification) with minimum 50% marks or equivalent Grade/Level.

4.Junior Engineer (Mechanical) Degree in MechanicalEngineering from a recognised University (or equivalent Engineeringqualification) with minimum 50% marks or equivalent Grade/Level.

5.Junior Engineer (Electronics) Degree in Electronics/Electronics & Communication Engineering from a recognised University (orequivalent Engineering qualification) with minimum 50% marks or equivalentGrade/Level.

6.Customer Relations Assistant Graduation in anydiscipline from a recognised University with minimum 50% marks or equivalentGrade/ Level.

S. No. Name of Post Qualification

7.Maintainer (Fitter) EITHER

a) National Trade Certificate or National ApprenticeshipCertificate in ‘Fitter’ Trade or equivalent certificate, issued by NCVT/ DG

E&T/ Ministry of Labour & Employment/ Governmentof India, pursuant to a course of minimum two years’ duration.

OR

b) State Trade Certificate in ‘Fitter’ Trade orequivalent certificate, issued by SCVT, pursuant to a course of minimum twoyears’ duration.

8.Maintainer (Electrician)

EITHER

a) National Trade Certificate or National ApprenticeshipCertificate in‘Electrician’ Trade or equivalent certificate, issued by NCVT/ DGE&T/

Ministry of Labour & Employment/ Government of India,pursuant to a course of minimum two years’ duration.

OR

b) State Trade Certificate in ‘Electrician’ Trade orequivalent certificate, issued by SCVT, pursuant to a course of minimum twoyears’duration.

9.Maintainer (Electronics) EITHER

a) National Trade Certificate or National ApprenticeshipCertificate in

‘Electronic Mechanic’ Trade or equivalent certificate,issued by NCVT/ DG E&T/ Ministry of Labour & Employment/ GovernmentofIndia, pursuant to a course of minimum two years’ duration.

OR

b) State Trade Certificate in ‘Electronic Mechanic’

Trade or equivalent certificate, issued by SCVT, pursuantto a course of minimum two years’ duration.

10.Maintainer (Refrigeration & AC)

EITHER

a)    NationalTrade Certificate or National Apprenticeship Certificate in ‘Mechanic(Refrigeration and Air-Conditioner)’ Trade or equivalent certificate, issued byNCVT/ 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 ‘Mechanic (Refrigerationand Air-Conditioner)’ Trade or equivalent certificate, issued by SCVT, pursuantto a course of minimum two years’ duration.

b)The cut-off date for determining eligibility withrespect to qualification shall be the Last.

c)A recognised University will mean a Universityincorporated by an Act of the Central or State Legislature in India or othereducational institutions established by an Act of Parliament or declaredto bedeemed as a University under Section 3 of the University Grants Commission Act,1956.

d)A Degree in Engineering in any branch other than thatspecified in the prescribed qualification for a post of Junior Engineer, will notbe accepted as equivalent to the Degree in Engineering prescribed for thatpost.

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

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

g)A National Trade Certificate/ National ApprenticeshipCertificate/ State Trade Certificate in any Trade other than that specified inthe prescribed qualification for a post of Maintainer, will not be accepted asequivalent to the certificates prescribed for that post.

However, a Certificate issued by SCVT/NCVT in SpecializedModule pursuant to National Trade

Certificate of Advanced Module and National TradeCertificate/ National Trade Certificate of Broad

Based Basic Training in the relevant Sector willbeconsidered equivalent to the State Trade Certificate in appropriate Trade. A combination of courses of different durations totalling to twoyears or more and resulting in the award of National Trade Certificate/National Apprenticeship Certificate/ State Trade Certificate willalso betreated as “a course of minimum two years’duration”.

h)Any post-Matriculation examination, by whatever namecalled, conducted by a recognised Board, will be accepted as equivalent toSenior/Higher Secondary examination.

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

4.AGE LIMITS A candidate must have attained the age of 21years and must not have attained the age of 35 years as on 1stJanuary, 2013.Provided that the age of entry on the posts of Maintainers shall be minimum 18years as on 1stJanuary, 2013. Provided further that :

i)the upper age limit mentioned above shall be relaxed -(a)by 5 years in the case of male candidates belongingto the Scheduled Castes,Scheduled Tribes, Backward Classes and Special Backward Classes,

(b)by 5 years in the case of woman candidates belongingto general category and Economically Backward Classes,

(c)by 10 years in the case of woman candidates belongingto Scheduled Castes, Scheduled Tribes, Backward Classes and Special BackwardClasses;

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

iii)the upper age limit mentioned above shall be relaxedby a period equal to the term of imprisonment served in the case of anex-prisoner who was not over age before his conviction and was eligible forappointment under the rules;

iv)the upper age limit mentioned above shall be relaxedby a period equal to the service rendered in the National Cadet Corps in thecase of Cadet Instructor, if the resultant age does not exceed the prescribedmaximum age limit by more than threeyears, such candidate shall be deemed to bewithin the prescribed age limit;

v)the upper age limit for persons serving in connectionwith affairs of the Rajasthan State, Panchayat Samiti and Zila Parishad and inRajasthanState Public Sector Undertaking/ Corporation in substantive capacityshall be 40 years;

vi)the Released Emergency Commissioned Officers and ShortService Commissioned Officers after release from the Army shall be deemed to bewithin the age limit had they been eligible as such at the time of theirjoining the Commissionin the Army;

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

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

Explanation

: In the case of widow, she will have to furnish acertificate of death of her husband from the competent authority and in thecase of divorcee, she will have to furnish the proof of divorce. Provided alsothat no candidate can claim age relaxation in more than one of the cases listedat (i) to

(viii) in the Proviso above.

Provided also that the candidates of SC/ST/BC/SBCbelonging to states other than Rajasthan will not be entitled to any agerelaxation applicable to male or woman candidates of SC/ST/BC/SBC. 2

Provided also that any notifications of the StateGovernment with respect to age relaxations for special categories and/oremployees of the State Governmentand its entities shall be applicable. Thisprovisointer aliaimplies that

1.As per provisions of the Rajasthan Persons withDisabilities (Equal Opportunities, Protection of Rights and Full Participation)Rules, 2011, relaxation in upper age limit shall be admissible to Persons withDisabilities applying for the postsreserved for Orthopaedically One Legged

Disabled (OL- R or L), as under including the relaxationalready prescribed under the JMRC

Recruitment Rules,:

(i)10 years for candidates belonging to General Category;

(ii)13 years for candidates belonging to Backward Classesand Special Backward Classes; and

(iii)15 years for candidates belonging to the ScheduledCastes or the Scheduled Tribes.

2.As per provisions of the Rajasthan Civil Services(Absorption of Ex-Servicemen) Rules, 1988, in the case of holders of MilitaryCross/ Vir Chakra or any other higher distinction, the upper age limit shall be52 years.

5.NATIONALITY

A candidate for entry into the service of the Corporationmust be :

i.a citizen of India, or

ii.a subject of Nepal, or

iii.a subject of Bhutan, or

iv.a Tibetan refugee who came over to India before 1stJanuary,1962 with the intention of permanently settling in India, or

v.a person of Indian origin who has migrated fromPakistan, Burma, Sri Lanka and East African Countries of Kenya, Uganda and theUnited Republic of Tanzania (formerly Tanganyika and Zanzibar), Zambia, Malawi,Zaire, Ethiopia and Vietnam with the intention of permanently settling inIndia:

Provided that a candidate belonging to categories (

ii), (iii), (iv) and (v) shall be a person in whose favoura certificate of eligibility has been issuedby the Government of India.

6.

MEDICAL STANDARDS

a)Applicable Medical Standards:

TheMedical Standards applicable for each post shall beasper the JMRC Medical Fitness Standards which can be accessed at JMRC website.

b)Medical Fitness Test(s):

i)All candidates shall have to undergo the medicalfitness test(s) and meet the medical standards prescribed by JMRC for variousposts.

ii)During the course of service, all employees shall haveto undergo periodical medical fitness test(s) as may be prescribed by JMRC fromtime to time and their continuance on the post will be subject to their meetingthe medical standards prescribed for the post.

iii)Expenses for medical fitness test of thecandidatesfor the purpose of determining their suitability for the post (and,if appointed, continuance thereon) will be borne by JMRC. However, in case acandidate seeks extension for joining, the cost of such test will be borne bythe candidate himself/ herself. 2Inserted vide Corrigendum dated , appended tothis advertisement.

iv)Candidates who fail in the prescribedmedical fitness test will not be given any alternative employment.

v)The decision of JMRC as to whether a candidate meetsthe prescribed Medical Standard shall be final and binding.

SCHEME OF EXAMINATION

POST Written Test Psychometric Test Interview MedicalFitness Test Station Controller/ Train Operator

√Junior Engineers

Customer Relations Assistant

Maintainers

a)

The written test and other screening tests shall beaimedat testing the skills of the candidate in languages, general knowledge &awareness, general science, computer proficiency, quantitative aptitude,logical ability, reasoning and/or his/herdomain knowledge, skills,competencies, personalit traits and job-related specific abilities. MedicalFitness Test will form an integral part of the selection process.

b)The screening process involves various stages ofscreening and a candidate will have to qualify at each stage (including MedicalFitness Test) as prescribed, before being selected/appointed. The screeningprocess for each post is detailed below:

a.For the Post of Station Controller/ Train Operator

Stage – I

Written Test– 90 marks: The maximum time permitted forthe written test shall be 135 minutes, and it shall carry 120 questions for atotal of 90 marks. The questions shall be multiple choice objective type, with0.75 marks being awarded for each right answer and 0.25 marks being deductedfor each wrong answer. Minimum pass marks shall be 40 % for all candidates otherthan SC/ST Category candidates and35 % for SC/ST Category candidates. The indicative scheme of the question paper (i.e., approximatenumber of questions  10%) shall be as follows:

i.General Knowledge & Awareness, including GeneralScience - 45 questions

ii.Quantitative Aptitude, Logical Ability and Reasoning –45 questions

iii.Computer Awareness – 10 questions

iv.English Comprehension – 10 questions

v.Hindi Comprehension – 10 questions

Stage – II

(i)Psychometric Test (Qualifying Test) The PsychometricTest will measure specific abilities related to the job, such as reaction time

, form perception, vigilance, speed anticipation and someselected attributes of personality. The Psychometric Test will be

conducted before or after the interview, and passing ofthe Test shall be mandatory for the candidates called for interview. Thecandidates whodo not pass the Psychometric Test may not be interviewed ifresults of the Test become available before the interview.

(ii)Interview – 10 marks: The focus of interview will beon personality traits, including communication skills, of the candidates. Therewillbe no minimum pass marks for the interview, but failure to appear ininterview will disqualify the candidate.

(iii)Medical Fitness Test (Qualifying Test): Allcandidates called for interview and/or placed on the final merit list or panelof wait listed candidates shall have to undergo and pass medical fitness testas prescribed by JMRC.

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

Stage – I Written Test– 100 marks

: The maximum time permitted for the written test shallbe 135 minutes, and it shall carry 100 questions for a total of 100 marks. Thequestions shall be multiple choice objective type, with 1 mark being awarded foreach right answer and 0.25 marks being deducted for each wrong answer. Minimumpassmarks shall be 40 % for all candidates other than SC/ST Category candidates and35% for SC/ST Category candidates. The indicative scheme of the question paper(i.e., approximate number of questions  10%) shall be as follows:

i.Domain/Discipline related - 50 questions

ii.General Knowledge & Awareness, including GeneralScience - 20 questions

iii.Computer Awareness – 10 questions

iv.English Comprehension – 10 questions

v.Hindi Comprehension – 10 questions

Stage – II

Medical Fitness Test (Qualifying Test):

All candidates placed on the final merit list or panel ofwait listed candidates, based on marks obtained in the written test, shall haveto undergo and pass medical fitness test as prescribed by JMRC.

c.For the Post of Customer Relations Assistant

Stage – I

Written Test – 90 marks:

The maximum time permitted for the written test shall be135 minutes, and it shall carry 120 questions for a total of 90 marks. Thequestions shall be multiple choice objective type, with 0.75 marks being awardedfor each right answer and 0.25 marks being deducted for each wrong answer.Minimum pass marks shall be 40 % for all candidates other thanSC/ST Category candidates and 35 % for SC/ST Category candidates. The indicativescheme of the question paper (i.e., approximate number of questions  10%)shall be as follows:

i.General Knowledge & Awareness, including General Science- 60 questions

ii.Quantitative Aptitude, Logical Ability and Reasoning –30 questions

iii.Computer Awareness – 10 questions

iv.English Comprehension – 10 questions

v.Hindi Comprehension – 10 questions

Stage – II

(i)Interview – 10 marks: The focus of interview will beon personality traits, including communication skills, of the candidates. Therewillbe no minimum pass marks for the interview, but failure to appear ininterview will disqualify the candidate.

(ii)Medical Fitness Test (Qualifying Test): All candidatescalled for interview and/or placed on the final merit list or panel of waitlisted candidates shall have to undergo and pass medical fitness test asprescribed by JMRC.

d.For the Posts of Maintainer (Fitter), Maintainer (Electrician),Maintainer (Electronics) and Maintainer (Refrigeration & AC)

Stage – I Written Test – 100 marks: The maximum timepermitted for the written test shall be 135 minutes, and it shall carry 100questions for a total of 100 marks. The questions shall be multiple choiceobjective type, with 1 mark being awarded for each right answer and 0.25 marksbeing deducted for each wrong answer. Minimumpass marks shall be 40 % for all candidatesother than SC/ST Category candidates and35 % for SC/ST Category candidates. Theindicative scheme of the question paper (i.e., approximate number of questions 10%) shall be as follows:

i.Trade related (including pictorial/ problem-solvingquestionscovering the practical aspect of ITI training) – 65 questions

ii.General Knowledge & Awareness, including GeneralScience - 20 questions

iii.Computer Awareness – 5 questions

iv.English Comprehension – 5 questions

v.Hindi Comprehension – 5 questions

Stage – II

Medical Fitness Test (Qualifying Test):

All candidates placed on the final merit list or panel ofwait listed candidates, based on marks obtained in the written test, shall haveto undergo and pass medical fitness test as prescribed by JMRC.

c)The call list for Interview/Psychometric Test, for eachpost these have been prescribed for, would be limited to the number ofcandidates who have obtained minimum pass marks in the written test, subject toa maximum of 5 times the number of vacancies in each category, in order ofmarks obtained in the written test.

Note

: If more than one candidate is placed at the cut-offpoint (rounded off to two decimal points) of the merit list of written test,all such candidateswould be included in the call list for

Interview/Psychometric Test.

d)Category-wise final merit list for each post shall beprepared from among candidates who have obtained minimum pass marks in thewritten test, asunder:

i)For the posts of Station Controller/Train Operator andCustomer Relations Assistant:in order of the total marks obtained in writtentest and interview, and after disqualifying candidates who have not passed thepsychometric test (where applicable)or the medical fitness test or have not appearedin the interview. If more than one candidate is placed at the cut-off point (withoutany rounding off) of the final merit list, the candidate who is senior in agewould be preferred.

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

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

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

f)All questions papers shall be bilingual (i.e., in Hindiand English). However, Hindi Comprehension Questions shall only be in Hindi andEnglish Comprehension Questions shall only be in English.

 

 

OVERVIEW OF CPWD

Description

The Central Public Works Department of India,commonly referred as CPWD, is a central government owned authority in charge ofpublic sector works. The Central Public Works Department (CPWD) under Ministry of Urban Developmentbuilds and maintains public building

 

Recruitment Rules

 

Recruitment to the Central Public Works Department is done at different levels on the basis  of well defined and clear recruitment rules which have been framed as  per policy guidelines of the Government of India and have been approved by the competent authority.

Recruitment for engineering, architectural or horticulture disciplines takes place  at two levels.First is at the Junior Time Scale level.This is done  through the  Union Public Service Commission through open competitive examinations or through interviews.The second level of recruitment is for group ‘C’ posts.This is done through examinations conducted by the Staff Selection Commission on behalf of CPWD.

Recruitment for the support staff is done at regional level after taking clearance from the central office.

The recruitment Rules for each post are periodically reviewed and revised as per  extant guidelines of the Department of Admnistrative Reforms and Public Grievances.

 

  

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