Metro Rail Corporation Limited Recruitment 2016

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Bangalore Metro Rail Corporation Limited (BMRCL) released Notification Regrading BMRCL Direct Recruitment 2016 . Bangalore Metro Rail Corporation Limited (BMRCL) Has Invited Application Form For 308 Train Operator, Maintainer, Engineer. All Eligible Candidates Are Required To check Eligibility details for BMRCL Job Advertisement and Apply Online Before Or On 11-07-2016 (11th July 2016). The details of Bangalore Metro Rail Corporation Limited latest jobs alert Employment News, Careers, Vacancy, Syllabus, Interview Date, Interview Time, Admit Card, call Letter, Result, Merit List, etc.., Get more updates from www.freshersjobsway.in

Bangalore Metro Rail Corporation Limited Direct Recruitment

No Of Posts : 308   
Direct Recruitment  
Name of Post : 
1. Maintainer - 72
2. Train Operator - 225
3. Section Engineer - 11 posts


Qualification :  
All Interested Candidates should have completed 10th, ITI, Diploma and Bachelor Degree in Engineering or its equivalent qualification from a recognized Board/University. For Post Wise Qualification Details Go To Detailed Official Notification.

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Age Limit : 
Candidates Candidates upper age limit should not exceed 35 Years As On 11-07-2016. Age relaxations will be applicable as per the rules. For Postwise Age Details Go To Detailed Official Notification.

Pay Scale :
INR Rs. 10170 – 18500/- (Post 1), Rs. 14000 – 26950/- (Post 2), Rs. 16000 – 30770/- (Post 3).

Selection Process : 
Written Exam

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Application Fee :
For GM/Cat I/Cat IIa/Cat IIb/Cat IIIa/Cat III Candidates Application Fee is - 700/- & For All Other Candidates (ST/SC) Application Fee is - 300/-

How to Apply :  
All Eligible and Interested candidates may fill the online application through official website http://bmrc.co.in. before or on 11-07-2016.

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Important Dates to Remember :
Last Date for Registration of Online Application Form Is : 11-07-2016 .

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About Bangalore Metro Rail Corporation Limited (BMRCL)
Namma Metro (literally "Our Metro"), also known as Bangalore Metro, is a metro system serving the city of Bangalore in Karnataka, India. Namma Metro is India's second largest metro system in terms of both length and number of stations, after the Delhi Metro. It also contains the first underground metro line in South India. The metro network consists of two colour-coded lines, with a total length of 31.52 kilometres serving 30 stations. The system has a mix of underground, at-grade, and elevated stations using standard-gauge tracks. The metro has an average daily ridership of 140,000 passengers.
The Bangalore Metro Rail Corporation Ltd (BMRCL), a joint venture of the Government of India and the Government of Karnataka, built and operates the Namma Metro. Services operate daily between 06:00 and 22:00 running with a headway varying between 8–10 minutes. The trains are composed of three cars. The power output is supplied by 750 volt direct current through third rail.
The Delhi Metro Rail Corporation Limited (DMRC) prepared and submitted the detailed project for the first phase of the Namma Metro project to the BMRCL in May 2003. Construction work for Phase I of the project was scheduled to start in 2005 but was delayed by a February 2006 change of government in Karnataka and continued debate over whether the project was financially feasible and appropriate for the city. The project was approved by the Union Cabinet on 25 April 2006. Civil construction on the first section, Reach I, the stretch of the Purple Line between Baiyyappanahalli and Mahatma Gandhi Road, commenced on 15 April 2007. The section opened to the public on 20 October 2011. The development of network was divided into phases, Phase I containing 2 lines was is scheduled to be completed in 2016, and Phase II by 2022.
Namma Metro is being built in phases. Currently, a portion of Phase I has been completed and is in operation.
The first 6.7-kilometre (4.2 mi), 6-station stretch (Reach 1) of the Purple Line between Baiyappanahalli and Mahatma Gandhi Road opened on 20 October 2011, and was the inaugural section of the Namma Metro. The second 6.4-kilometre (4.0 mi), 6-station stretch (Reach 2) of the Purple Line between Mysore Road and Magadi Road opened on 16 November 2015. The first underground section of South India, a 4.8 km stretch from Cubbon Park to Bangalore City Railway Station opened on 29 April 2016, thereby completing the entire 18.22 km Purple Line stretch of the metro network.
The first 9.9-kilometre (6.2 mi), 10-station stretch (Reach 3/3A) of the Green Line opened 1 March 2014. The stretch connected Sampige Road to Peenya Industry. The second 2.5-kilometre (1.6 mi), 3-station stretch (Reach 3B) of the Green Line, operating between Peenya Industry and Nagasandra, opened 1 May 2015.
The Green Line will be the second line of the Metro and when complete it will connect Nagasandra in the north to Putennahalli in the south, covering a distance of 24.2 kilometres (15.0 mi), and serving 24 stations. It will be partly elevated and partly underground, with one station at grade. With the first breakthrough achieved on 20 April 2016 between Sampige Road and Majestic, there is a possibility that a small stretch would be made operational within 3–4 months. However, the southern section of the line, beyond Majestic, will be thrown open to the public for commercial operations by December 2016.
The DMRC submitted the DPR for Phase I of the Namma Metro project to the BMRCL in May 2003. The final approval on a scheme that incorporated the expertise of DMRC and RITES Limited did not come until April 2006. The DPR prepared by DMRC envisaged a 33 km (21 mi) elevated and underground rail network with 32 stations for Phase I of the project. The proposed gauge was standard gauge unlike the broad gauge on the Delhi Metro network. The rationale for the metro includes reduced journey times, cutting fuel use, accident reduction and lower pollution.
Phase I comprises two lines spanning a length of 42.30 kilometres (26.28 mi), of which about 8.82 kilometres (5.48 mi) is underground and about 33.48 kilometres (20.80 mi) is elevated.[5] There are 40 stations in Phase I, of which 8 stations are underground, 1 at grade and 32 are elevated.[6][20] Chief Minister Siddaramaiah informed the Legislative Assembly in January 2016, that the total project cost is expected to be ₹13,845 crore (US$2.1 billion) due to cost escalation following delays in meeting the deadlines. The delays result in a cost escalation of ₹4,230 crore (US$630 million).
Construction work for Phase I of the project was scheduled to start in 2005 but was delayed by a February 2006 change of government in Karnataka and continued debate over whether the project was financially feasible and appropriate for the city. Finally, on 25 April 2006 the Indian Cabinet approved the project, which was then budgeted at more than ₹5,400 crore (US$800 million) (Later revised to ₹11,609 crore (US$1.7 billion) for Phase I). In 2006, Navayuga Engineering was awarded the contract to construct Reach 1 of the East-West corridor. The foundation stone for the Phase I construction was laid by Prime Minister Manmohan Singh on 24 June 2006, and civil construction on Reach I of the line, between M.G. Road and Baiyyappanahalli, commenced on 15 April 2007. The DPRs for a northern extension (from Yeshwanthapura to Hesaraghatta Cross) and part of the southern extension (from RV Road to Puttenahalli) was submitted in October 2007 and June 2008 respectively.[6] In 2007, the BMRCL announced that it would incorporate a northern extension (from Yeshwanthapura to Hesaraghatta Cross) and part of the southern extension (from RV Road to Puttenahalli) in Phase I, thus extending the length of Phase I network to about 42.3 km (26.3 mi), with 41 stations. The objective was to connect the metro to the Outer Ring Road at both ends, and also cover the industrial areas of Peenya in the north-west, thereby providing better connectivity and increasing ridership. In October 2008, the Government of Karnataka approved this extension, which would cost an additional ₹1,592 crore (US$240 million).
The underground work of Phase I commenced in May 2011. Each corridor consists of two tunnels, which are the first underground tunnels built for trains in South India. The tunnels, dug using tunnel boring machines (TBM), are located approximately 60 feet below ground level, have a diameter of 5.5 metres and are 5 metres apart. A total of 6 TBMs were used for work in the underground section of phase I. They were nicknamed Helen (TBM 1), Margarita (TBM 2), Kaveri (TBM 3), Krishna and Godavari. The UG2 (north to south corridor), from Majestic to K.R Market is expected to finish the entire tunnelling works by August 2016, after which the Green Line would be opened for service, towards the end of the year.
Underground UG1 (east to west corridor) tunneling work was completed on 17 March 2014 after tunnel boring machine Helen (TBM 1) finished its task of tunneling 229m between Bangalore City railway station underground (UG) station and Kempegowda UG station (Majestic). Trackwork and 3rd rail electrification works are completed on the 4.8 km eastbound tunnel of Bangalore metro's Purple line between Cubbon Park and Magadi Road, and the Bangalore Metro Rail Corporation Ltd (BMRCL) began end to end trials on the entire 18.1 km Purple line which stretches from Baiyappanahalli to Mysore Road on 23 Nov 2015. The entire Purple Line stretch was operational on 29 April 2016.
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