DMRC Selection Process 2024: Check the Complete Procedure

  • DMRC has yet to issue a notification for the various executive and non-executive positions.

According to the previous year, the number of vacancies for Customer Relations Assistant (CRA) is 1100, and for Station Controller/Train Operator (SC/TO), there were 662 vacancies.

The maximum number of vacancies was for maintainers (1393 vacancies). Furthermore, the DMRC selection process is divided into three stages:

  • Written Exam.
  • Group Discussion.
  • Personal Interview.

DMRC’s written exam is scheduled on different dates for different posts.

It is organized into two sessions on the same day, i.e.,

  • Paper I 
  • Paper II, with objective-type questions.

The Paper I test is for aptitude and technical skills, while the Paper-II test is for the language (English) skills of the candidate.

Furthermore, the group discussion round depends on the verbal communication and non-verbal behavior of the candidate. This round allows the jury to get to know the cooperation ability and decision-making ability of the candidate.

The last selection process of the DMRC is the personal interview. The questions asked in the DMRC interview range from questions about educational qualifications, extracurricular activities, personal life, work experience, outlook on contemporary issues, etc.

DMRC Selection Process for Various Posts

Candidates are recruited to various executive or non-executive posts through the DMRC Exam. The details of the selection process followed for different posts are given below:

DMRC Selection Process for Assistant Manager (E01- 06)

There are three stages to the DMRC Asst. Manager (Electrical, Civil, S&T, Operations, HR, and Finance) selection process. The candidates have to qualify for each stage to be recruited for the desired post. The DMRC Selection Process is given below.

  • Written Examination.
  • GDPI (Group Discussion and Personal Interview).
  • The medical examination in the executive/technical/non-technical category, or judging the degree of disability in the required category, whichever is applicable.

DMRC Salary Allowance for Executive Posts

Post Code Name of Post Vacancies Pay Grade (IDA)
E01 Assistant Manager – Electrical 14 INR 20600 – 46500/-
E02 Assistant Manager – S&T 07 INR 20600 – 46500/-
E03 Assistant Manager – Civil 05 INR 20600 – 46500/-
E04 Assistant Manager – Operations 05 INR 20600 – 46500/-
E05 Assistant Manager – HR 03 INR 20600 – 46500/-
E06 Assistant Manager – Finance 10 INR 20600 – 46500/-

DMRC Selection Process for SC/TO (NE 01) and CRA (NE 02)

The DMRC Recruitment for the post of Station Controller/Train Operator (NE 01) and Customer Relations Assistant (CRA) is a four-stage process. The various stages in the DMRC Selection Process are given below:

  • Written Examination
  • Psycho Test (Qualifying in nature)
  • Personal Interview
  • Medical Examination

DMRC Selection Process for JE (NE 03-06)

It is a non-executive post that has the maximum number of applications per year. The selection process will be posted in a 3-stage process. The candidates have to qualify for all the stages given below.

  • Written Test.
  • Personal Interview.
  • Medical examinations in any one of the categories.

DMRC Selection Process for Account Asstt. (NE 07)

The Account Assistant is a non-executive post offered by DMRC. The selection process for recruitment to the given post is a two-stage process. There is no interview for this process.

  • Written Examination.
  • Medical examination in any one category.

DMRC Selection Process for Maintainer (NE 08)

There is no interview for this post. The DMRC Selection process for Maintainer is given below:

  • Written Examination.
  • Medical Examination.

DMRC Selection Process for Stenographer

The post of stenographer is a three-stage process. There is no interview for this process. The candidates who want to be recruited to the desired post have to score marks equivalent to or more than the minimum scores given in the DMRC cut off. The DMRC Selection Process stages are given below:

  • Written Examination.
  • Skill test (qualifying in nature)
  • Medical Examination.

Physical Standards

To be selected for the DMRC process, candidates must satisfy the medical fitness criteria as well. According to the various posts, the criteria for physical standards tend to vary. It is important to check the specific details of a post before applying.

The DMRC physical standards that a candidate must meet are given below:

  • All candidates will be required to undergo some medical fitness tests.
  • If the candidate is taking the medical exam for the first time, the expenses will be paid by DMRC.
  • If a candidate seeks an extension for joining or re-examination, then the second time around the medical examination’s expenditure will have to be borne by the candidate.
  • The noteworthy point is that applicants who have undergone Lasik surgery are not suitable for any posts other than an office assistant, account assistant, and stenographer.

In addition to the written examination, the candidate must pass a medical test to be selected by DMRC. Those who fail to pass the exam by the desired standards will not be given any other job. The final decision will be taken by the Delhi Metro Railway Corporation in this case.

Post Code Name of Post Vacancies Pay Grade
NE01 Station Controller/ Train Operator 662 INR 13500 – 25520/-
NE02 Customer Relations Assistant (CRA) 1100 INR 10170 – 18500/-
NE03 Junior Engineer (Electrical) 48 INR 13500 – 25520/-
NE04 Junior Engineer (Electronics) 81 INR 13500 – 25520/-
NE05 Junior Engineer (Mechanical) 10 INR 13500 – 25520/-
NE06 Junior Engineer (Civil) 66 INR 13500 – 25520/-
NE07 Account Assistant 24 INR 10170 – 18500/-
NE08 Maintainer 1393 INR 8000 – 14140/-


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