DMRC Syllabus - DMRC Syllabus includes various topics from General Awareness, Quantitative Aptitude and Logical Reasoning in Paper 1. Topics from English grammar are included in Paper 2, Candidates are also asked questions based on the discipline applied for.
DMRC Recruitment process is a three-stage process- Written Exam, Group Discussion-Interview and Medical Examination. Given below are the DMRC Exam Pattern Highlights:
- DMRC Exam for Assistant Manager (Electrical, Civil and S&T) was conducted in offline mode. The exam was conducted in two shifts- Paper 1 and Paper 2 on the same day.
- DMRC Exam for JE, CRA, Maintainer and Other posts was conducted in online mode. It was continuous exam divided in two shifts- Paper 1 and Paper 2
- From this year, DMRC announces recruitment to Noida Metro. NMRC was conducted in online mode in two shifts alike DMRC.
- As claimed by the students, NMRC was tougher than DMRC with more tricky questions.
DMRC Question Paper varies for different posts however the pattern and design of each is similar. Given below is the quick synopsis of DMRC Exam Analysis for each post:
- DMRC Exam Analysis for SC/TO infer that the exam was overall moderately difficult. In the Aptitude section, most questions were from general awareness while technical aptitude section included questions from GATES, Circuits, Resistance and Capacitance etc. English section in the exam was average with more questions from fill in the blanks.
- DMRC Maintainer Exam Analysis depict that the exam was again moderately difficult. The most difficult section was Numerical Ability and General Awareness section. General English was moderate.
- DMRC CRA Exam Analysis was moderate and was conducted in online mode this year. Quantitative Aptitude was the most difficult section in the Paper 1 while General Awareness was the easiest.
DMRC Answer Key for various posts has been released officially. Candidates can access them from the official website by entering their roll number and date of birth. Candidates can also raise objections on the DMRC Answer Key before the given date.
DMRC Exam Pattern 2017
DMRC has been conducted in offline and online mode this year. The exam comprised two papers- Paper 1 and Paper. Paper 1 is the Aptitude test and Paper 2 is the General English exam. Given below are the details of the DMRC Exam Pattern:
- DMRC was conducted in offline mode for Assistant Manager (Electrical, Civil and S&T) and SC/TO while it was conducted in online mode for CRA, JE, Maintainer and Other posts
- DMRC Question Paper will be in both English and Hindi. Mark the circle before correct answer in the OMR Sheet for offline mode. In online mode, answer questions by selecting and saving the correct answer using the mouse.
- There are 120 MCQs to be solved in 90 minutes in Paper 1. There are 60 questions in Paper 2 which must be solved in 45 minutes.
- Paper 1 comprises three sections- General Awareness, Aptitude and Technical (Knowledge of Discipline/Trade)
- Paper 2 is General English wherein candidate’s proficiency in English is tested.
- Each question carries 1 mark while 1/3 mark is deducted for every incorrect answer.
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DMRC 2017 Syllabus
- The Written test comprises of 2 papers- paper 1 and paper 2. Both the papers will be held on the same day at the same DMRC exam center.
- Paper 1 will be bilingual (Hindi and English) test and consists of following sections- General Awareness, Logical Ability, Quantitative Aptitude, Decision Making / Problem Solving and Knowledge of the Discipline/Trade.
- Paper 1 consists of 120 MCQ type questions and is a 90 minutes duration test. It has a precision of negative marking.
- For every wrong marked choice (1/3) mark is deducted.
Given below is the syllabus for DMRC Paper 1:
|DMRC Subject||DMRC Syllabus|
|General Awareness||Famous personalities, Inventions and discoveries, Books and authors, Calendar First largest, longest in world, Languages Music, Currencies, Statistical Data- world, Abbreviations & Important Days and many more, World Organizations, Trade awareness, Major Financial/Economic News, Who is who?, Solar system, Prizes and Awards, Earth, Environment and Pollution, General Geography, History, Economics, Polity, General Science, Computer Science, National Events, science and technology, Sports and recreation and economy|
|Quantitative Aptitude||Elementary Mathematics, Arithmetic, number system, square roots, cube roots, fractions and decimals, HCF and LCM, Simplification, verification, chain rule, ratio and proportion, average, logarithms, commercial math, Unitary Method, Decimal Fractions, simple interest, compound interest, percentage, profit and loss, partnership, discount, measurements- areas and volumes, area and perimeter of plane figure, volume and surface of solid, ages, boats and streams, clocks and calendars, mixture and allegation, pipes and cisterns, races and games, problems on trains, unitary methods, time and distance, work and wages|
|Logical Ability||Reasoning Tests analytical reasoning, direction and distance test, linear arrangement test, analogy test, classification test, coding-decoding test, series test, blood relationship test, symbols and notations, alphabet test, data sufficiency test, data interpretation test, logic tests, syllogisms, statement assumptions, statements arguments, statement conclusions, statements action, problems based on symmetry, problems based on visual ability, classification, non-verbal test series and non- verbal analogy|
DMRC 2017 Paper 2 Syllabus
- Paper 2 is also a MCQ based test and is conducted for General English to judge the candidate’s knowledge of English Language.
- A total of 60 questions are asked that are to be completed in 45 minutes.
- Paper 2 has a provision of negative marking for every wrong marked answer. 1/3 marks is deducted for every wrong marked answer.
Given below is the syllabus for Paper 2 General English Section.
- Synonyms and antonyms
- Spelling Errors, Idioms and Phrases
- One word substitution
- Sentence Formation
- Cloze Tests
- Formation and Re-arrangement of sentence in paragraph
- English usage errors, Inappropriate use of words and Sentence correction
- English Comprehension
- Sentence Formation, Sentence Correction, Sentence Completion, Sentence Improvement, Sentence Reconstruction
- Re-arrangement of words in a sentence, spotting error and common errors
DMRC 2017 Preparation Books
- To prepare for DMRC Written Test, candidate needs to prepare well and that too in a proper manner to cover all the subjects systematically.
- One needs to cover all the topics mentioned in the DMRC Syllabus in order to successfully clear the DMRC 2017.
- Candidate must choose the right books having correct and useful knowledge.
- One must consult the given DMRC Preparation Books. It is not important to study a lot to clear DMRC Test but it is important to study the right things and for that a candidate must consult the right books and study materials only.
- Best books for each subject is mentioned below along with the name of their author or publication.
Preparation Books For General Knowledge
|Book Title||Author/ Publication|
|General Studies - 2018 for UPSC, SSC, Railways, PSUs and Bank PO||B. Singh and A.P. Singh|
|General Knowledge 2018||Manohar Pandey|
|General knowledge||Lucent Publication|
|14000+ Objective Questions - General Studies||Manohar Pandey|
Preparation Books For General Aptitude
|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|
Preparation Books For General Reasoning
|A modern approach to verbal and non-verbal reasoning||R.S. Aggarwal|
|A new approach to Reasoning: Verbal, non-verbal and analytical||Arihant Publications|
|General mental ability logical reasoning and analytical ability MCQs 1000k+ questions||Kalinjar Publication|
Preparation Books For General English
|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|