Recently a notification has been released from The Noida Metro Rail Corporation stating recruitment for approx 665 posts. Interested and eligible candidates can apply and submit the online application on and before December 30th 2016. . Recruitment is basically for the positions of Junior Engineer, Station Controller/Train Operator and Maintainer.
In order to apply for the posts, candidates must be meeting the eligibility criteria announced for the posts. Different eligibility criterias are as mentioned:
For Junior Engineer: For this post, candidate must be having three year engineering diploma in electrical/electronic and communication/mechanical/civil/equivalent trade from any government recognised university or institute.
Station Controller / train Operator: For this post, candidate must be having degree of three year engineering diploma in electrical/electronic or equivalent or BSc Hons. (Physics/chemistry/maths) or BSc (physics/chemistry/maths) from any government recognised university or institute.
Maintainer: For this post, candidate must be pursued ITI (NCVT/SCVT) in specific trade.
Junior Engineer and Station Controller/Train Operator: For this post, candidates who all are applying must not exceed 28 years and must be minimum of 18 years.
Maintainer: For this post, candidate must not exceed 25 years and must be minimum 18 years of age.
Junior Engineer and Station Controller/ train Operator: For this post, Candidates who will get selected for this post will get a monthly salary of Rs 13500 to Rs 25520.
Maintainer: For this post, Candidates who will get selected for this post will get a monthly salary of Rs 8000 to Rs 14140.
In order to apply for the post, candidate must have to apply from the official website of Delhi Metro i.e. www.delhimetrorail.com
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