Maha Metro Station Controller, SE, JE Syllabus 2021 – Overview
|Maha Metro Station Controller, SE, JE Syllabus 2021 & Exam Pattern|
|Organization Name||Maharashtra Metro Rail Corporation Limited (MAHA Metro)|
|Post Name||Station Controller/ Train Operator/ Train Controller, Section Engineer, Junior Engineer (Supervisory)|
|Selection Process||Written Test, Psycho Test & Personal Interview, Medical Examination|
|Official Site||mahametro.org or punemetrorail.org|
Maha Metro Train Operator, Section Engineer, Junior Engineer Selection Process
From this module, candidates will get Maha Metro Selection Process 2021 for Station Controller/ Train Operator/ Train Controller, Section Engineer, Junior Engineer ( Supervisory) posts. Maharashtra Metro Rail Corporation Limited officials are going to hire the applicants based on 3 stages of the selection procedure. For the sake of candidates, we listed them in the following to prepare well for all 3 tests at Maha Metro RCL.
- Written Test
- Psycho Test & Personal Interview
- Medical Examination
Maha Metro Pune Train Controller, Section Engineer, Jr Engineer Exam Pattern
To be helpful for the candidates, the Maha Metro RCL authorities have specified the complete question paper format. This Maharashtra Metro RCL Exam Pattern 2021 is for Station Controller/ Train Operator/ Train Controller, Section Engineer, Junior Engineer ( Supervisory) positions. So before starting your test preparation check this module thoroughly. There will be Objective Type Multiple Choice Questions in the Maha Metro Pune Junior Engineer Exam 2021. And this Maha Metro JE Supervisory Written Test 2021 will be conducted in Online mode (CBT). So take a look at the table to know the features of the Maharashtra Metro Section Engineer Written Test 2021
|Part I: Marathi Language||15||2 Hours|
|Part III: Knowledge of Discipline/ Domain/ Trade||100|
|Negative Marking: 1/3 mark of each wrong answer|
Part-I: Marathi Language (15 Question). Candidate scoring minimum of 40% passing marks in Part-I will only be considered eligible for evaluation of Part – II & Part – III.
Part-II: It will consist of multiple-choice objective type questions in English medium on General Awareness, Logical Ability, Quantitative Aptitude. There will be a total of 35 questions, each carrying equal marks. There shall be negative marking for every wrong/ incorrect answer. 1/3 of the marks allotted for each question shall be deducted for the wrong answer.
Part-III: It will consist of objective-type questions on knowledge of discipline/ domain/Trade. There will be a total of 100 questions, each carrying equal marks. There shall be negative marking for every wrong/incorrect answer. 1/3 of the marks allotted for each question shall be deducted for the wrong answer.