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Bumper recruitment for the posts of executive and manager in railways, Know full details here

Western Railway 2020

Dedicated Freight Corridor Corporation of India Limited (DFCCIL) has 1074 recruitments for various posts including the executive. DFCCIL is a Public Sector Undertaking under the Indian Railways. It is one of the largest infrastructure undertakings in the country. According to the notification issued by DFCCIL, the posts of Junior Manager, Executive and Junior Executive are to be filled.

As per the notification, the application process has started on April 24. Applications can be made by 23 May. The exam is expected in June. Applications are being made online. Candidates can apply by visiting the DFCCIL website https://dfccil.com/. The recruitment notification of DFCCIL states that the number of vacancies may decrease or increase.

Vacancy Details

Junior Manager – 111 posts

Executive – 342 Posts

Junior Executive – 521

Application Qualification

Educational qualifications are different for different posts, so applicants are advised to check the complete recruitment notification before applying. Keep in mind that the degree/certificate of educational qualification will have to be presented at the time of the interview.

Age Limit-

Executive – 18-30 years old

Junior Manager – 18-27 years

Junior Executive – 18-30

Selection Process

The selection of candidates in DFCCIL will be done after a computer-based test, interview, document, verification and medical test. A computer-based test will be conducted in two or three sessions. The notice states that this examination will be for two hours. In this, 120 objective type questions will be asked. The question paper will be in Hindi and English only.

It is a matter of special attention to the candidates that there will be negative marking in the exam. A quarter mark will be deducted for incorrect answers. According to the notification, the qualifying marks in the exam are different. 40% marks for General Category, SC, OBC-NCL, 30% for EWS and 25% for ST.

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