Table of Contents: 1 Post Details 2 Salary Details 3 Eligibility 4 Selection Procedure 4.1 Application Fee 4.2 How to Apply 5 About Company/Institution 6 Latest News
No. BMRCL/ 188/ ADM / 2015/ PRJ
Date of advertisement – 19/12/2015
Last date to apply – 06/01/2016
Bangalore Metro Rail Corporation Limited Recruitment 2016
Into the table below you can see the name of the post, the total number of posts as advertised into the original recruitment advertisement notification of Bangalore Metro Rail Corporation Limited.
|Name of the post||Total|
| Dy. Chief Engineer|
( P way)
| Assistant Engineer|
|Section Engineer ( Pway||02|
| Section Engineer|
(Architectural/ Structural )
|Section Engineer (Civil)||25|
Total number of post – 32
Scale of Pay/Monthly Salary for Deputy Chief, Assistant Section Engineer
|Sr.No.||Post||CDA Pay Scale||Gross Pay including allowances|
|01||Deputy Chief Engineer||37400 – 67000 + GP 8700||Rs.122039/-|
|02||Assisatant Engieern||9300 – 34800 + GP 4800||Rs.48444/-|
|03||Section Engineer||9300 – 34800 + GP 4200||Rs.36615/-|
Age: Maximum age limit for the post of Dy. Chief Engineer is 55 years and for other posts is 40 years (as on 06/01/2016)
Experience: 2 to 8 years work experience in relevant field. according to post.
How to Apply for Vacancy in Bangalore Metro Rail Corporation Limited
- Download the Advertisement
- Read the Advertisement Carefully
- Print the Application Form
- Complete the Application Form
- Attach the Supporting Documents
- Send the Envelope at:-
Bangalore Metro Rail Corporation Limited,
III Floor, BMTC Complex, K.H.Road,
Shanti Nagar, Bangalore – 27
About the Bangalore Metro Rail Corporation Limited
|Organization Name||Bangalore Metro|
Rail Corporation Limited
|Locale||Bangalore, Karnataka India|
|Number of Iines||02 (operational)|
|Number of Stations||35|
|Daily ridership||50,000 (June 2015)|
|Chief executive||Pradeep Singh Kharola|
Latest News of Bangalore Metro Rail Corporation Limited
Eighty-four commuters were stranded several feet above the ground when a power failure at the Yesvantpur Metro Station stalled a train for nearly one hour on Monday afternoon. The passengers were evacuated within 15 minutes after the train halted about 200 metres before the Rajajinagar Station.
Last week, a power failure on the same stretch, Reach 3, had resulted in disruption of services for more than half the day between stations. At the time all the trains were in a station and no evacuation was required.This time around, tension prevailed within the coach as passengers were stuck in the viaduct. As the train was trapped on a curve, they tried to peer out to see what the issue was. “We initially thought it would be a small wait and that the train would resume in a few minutes, but eventually, we had to wait for a long time. Then we saw staff members walking outside on the sidewalk,” said Bharath Babu, a resident of Peenya.
Refunds were issued to the evacuated passengers, though a few chose to wait at the Rajajinagar station till services resumed. “It was a power cut and we expect it to resume soon. By the time we exit the station and find other means to get till Nagasandra, it will be very late. Waiting here is better,” said Mahesh Paonam, a resident of T Dasarahalli.The resumption of services took around 50 minutes and services resumed around 1.53 p.m. “The Metro staff spoke to the passengers and explained the procedure for evacuation. They were then escorted off the train and walked on the sidewalk into Rajajinagar metro station. The power to the third rail was cut off during this period,” said UA Vasanth Rao, Spokesperson, BMRCL.
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