Delhi Metro Rail Corporation Recruitment Exam is one of the most sought after Government Exams that aspirants dream of cracking. This year the exam is successfully conducted on February 17, 21, 23 and 26, 2020 for various posts. The results are out as well on March 15, 2020. Now, it’s time for the future aspirants to prepare for DMRC Recruitments in 2021. In times of this pandemic, online preparation can be the pathway to prepare for exams like DMRC. Online educational websites like Prepp.in can be helpful with in-depth preparation tips for DMRC Exam. So, let’s look at the online preparation guide for the DMRC Recruitment Exam, which can help you prepare for next year.
When you plan for any exam preparation, the first thing that comes to your mind is the eligibility. After logging on to Prepp.in, you will find the eligibility details on DMRC Recruitment Exam.
First, of all to be eligible for any exam, candidates must comply with the general age requirements. The candidates applying for executive or non-executive jobs must be more than or equal to 18 years of age while the maximum age limit is 28 years.
Now, this is the criteria for Junior Engineer to Assistant Manager level. For more senior roles like Dy. General Manager, Senior Manager, Consultant, and others, the criteria is different. You can check them in detail here.
Candidates should have academic eligibility too to apply for DMRC exam. For junior posts, the applicant should be at least a Graduate in a related field. For Assistant Manager Posts, one must have 60 per cent marks in Graduation. If one is interested in Engineering posts, then one must have valid GATE scores too. For roles like Finance, one must be CA or ICWA certified with 50 per cent marks. All these details regarding eligibility are appropriately mentioned on the portal to help you plan accordingly as if you are not eligible, then no use of spending time after something.
To excel in any entrance exam, knowing the exam pattern is important. So, here on Prepp.in, aspirants will find the details about the DMRC exam pattern to understand the critical topics and syllabus.
DMRC Syllabus comprises topics from General Awareness, Quantitative Aptitude and Logical Reasoning in Paper 1. English Topics and Grammar are included in Paper 2. The recruitment process happens in 3 stages. These stages are – Written Exam, Group Discussion and Interview, and Medical Examination.
DMRC has been conducted in both offline mode and online mode this year. The DMRC Question Paper is available in both English and Hindi language. Paper 1 will have 120 MCQs with a duration of 90 minutes. In Paper 2, there are 60 questions to be solved within 45 minutes.
In Paper 1, there are three sections which are, General Awareness, Aptitude and Technical (Knowledge on Discipline and Trade). General English is the topic in Paper 2, which tests English Proficiency of the aspirants. Each question of the exam carries 1 mark for correct answers while 1/3 mark is a penalty for wrong answers.
- To prepare well for the DMRC Written Test, the aspirants must cover all topics in a systematic way.
- Candidates must start preparing in advance with at least 6 months to 1 year time in hand.
- Choosing the right books and the right channels is important for preparation.
- Practice regular previous year’s questions to get an idea about the question pattern.
- Taking good care of health by eating healthy and meditating, which will help to concentrate for long hours.
All these will help an aspirant to prepare better and sail through the exam.
Here we will focus on some books which can be of great help while preparing. The Prepp.in portal shares all the details regarding preparation books for this exam. So, let’s take a look at them here.
|Book Name||Publication or Author|
|General Studies 2020 for PSUs and IES||By Made Easy Publication|
|General Knowledge 2020||By Arihant Publication|
|General Knowledge 6th Edition||Lucent Publication|
|14000 Objective Questions- General Studies 2016 Edition||Arihant Publication|
|Lucent’s Objective General Knowledge||Lucent Publication|
|Name of the Books||Author|
|Quantitative Aptitude for Competitive Examinations||R.S. Aggarwal|
|How to prepare for Quantitative Aptitude for the CAT Common Admission Test||Arun Sharma|
|Quantitative Aptitude Quantum CAT: Common Admission Test for admissions into IIMs||Sarvesh K. Verma|
|A modern approach to verbal and non-verbal reasoning||R.S. Aggarwal|
|A new approach to Reasoning: Verbal, non-verbal and analytical||Arihant Publications|
|High School English Grammar and Composition||Wren and Martin|
|Key to High School Grammar and Composition||Wren and Martin|
|Objective English for Competitive Examinations||Hari Mohan Prasad, Uma Rani Sinha|
|Objective General English||SP Bakshi|
Apart from exam tips, online portals will also provide information on Registration, Exam Dates, Salaries, Job Notifications and many more. So, in this pandemic, when social distancing is followed, and people are unable to move outside, an online guide on DMRC exam like the one on Prepp.in can be really helpful. Such details will help not only the first time test takers but also aspirants who have already taken up this test before.
But this does not mean that your success is guaranteed by just reading such helpful guides. The real battle is how you implement the ideas in your daily routine and earnestly follow them each day. Also, one must improvise as well and not follow blindly on whatever mentioned on the web. A balanced approach can only help a candidate crack any exam like the DMRC Recruitment Exam.