DFCCIL Syllabus Exam pattern 2021

DFCCIL Syllabus Exam pattern 2021 – here we will discuss the detailed syllabus and exam pattern as well as the selection procedure of Dedicated Freight Corridor Corporation of India (DFCCIL).

We will discuss syllabus and exam pattern for following post –

  1. Junior Manager (Civil) – 31 Posts
  2. Junior Manager (Operations & BD) – 77 Posts
  3. Junior Manager (Mechanical) – 03 Posts
  4. Executive (Civil) – 73 Posts
  5. Executive (Electrical) – 42 Posts
  6. Executive (Signal & Telecommunication) – 87 Posts
  7. Executive (Operations & BD) – 237 Posts
  8. Executive (Mechanical) – 03 Posts
  9. Junior Executive (Electrical) – 135 Posts
  10. Junior Executive (Signal & Telecommunication) – 147 Posts
  11. Junior Executive (Operations & BD) – 225 Posts
  12. Junior Executive (Mechanical) – 14 Posts

 we can divide this vacancy in three post we will see syllabus and exam pattern of these three post

  • Junior manager
  •  Executive
  •  Junior Executive

DFCCIL Junior manager Syllabus Exam pattern

For junior manager post there will be following steps during selection procedure- 

 1- Computer Based test CBT

 2- Document verification

 3-  interview

 4-  medical examination

Now we will discuss about Computer Based test means CBT.-

  1. A total of 120 questions will be asked, a total of 2 hours will be given to the candidate, the nature of questions will be multiple types means MCQ type.
  2. The difficulty level of questions will be graduate level, which means the exam will not be too easy.
  3. The Question Paper will be set in English & Hindi only.
  4. There shall be negative marking in Computer Based Test and marks shall be deducted for each wrong answer @ ¼ (0.25) mark.
  5. Qualifying marks in written test/CBT are prescribed as 40% for UR, 30% for SC/OBC-NCL/EWS, and 25% for ST.
  6. The question paper will be divided into 02  parts,  part 1 will be general nature and part 2 will be subject-related.

Indicative syllabus Junior Manager –


A. Junior Manager (Civil) –

a. Part-I (24 Questions): General Knowledge, General Aptitude/Reasoning, etc.
b. Part-II (96 Questions): Engineering and Solid Mechanics, Structural Analysis, Construction materials and management, Concrete Structures, Steel Structures, Soil Mechanics, Foundation Engineering, Municipal Solid Waste, Transportation infrastructure, Highway Pavements, Traffic Engineering, Surveying, etc.


B. Junior Manager (Operations and BD) –


a. Part-I (24 Questions): General Knowledge, General Aptitude/Reasoning etc
b. Part-II (96 Questions): Management Functions and Behavior, Management of Human Resources, Finance for Management,. Marketing for Management, Quantitative Analysis for Management, Management Information Systems, Logistics and Supply Chain Management, Strategic Management, etc.


C. Junior Manager (Mechanical) –


a. Part-I (24 Questions): General Knowledge, General Aptitude/Reasoning, etc.
b. Part-II (96 Questions): Mechanics, Strength of Materials, Theory of Machines, Engg. Design & Drawing, Fluid Mechanics, Thermo Dynamics, Engineering Material and Manufacturing Technology, Machining, and Machine Tools, Metrology and Inspection, Electronics and Communication, Computer (Basic), Quality Management (ISO, IMS, OHSAS), Mechatronics, Basic Electricity, and Magnetism, etc.

DFCCIL Executive Syllabus Exam pattern-

The selection procedure for the post of executive will remain the same as junior manager but for the one post Executive (Operations & BD) there will be also a CBAT test.

For junior manager post there will be following steps during selection procedure- 

 1- Computer Based test CBT

 2- Document verification

 3-  medical examination

  • There will be no interview for the post of Executive and Junior Executive.
  • The level of question paper for the post of executive will be diploma level.
  • A total of 120 questions will be asked, a total of 2 hours will be given to the candidate, the nature of questions will be multiple types means MCQ type.
  • There shall be negative marking in Computer Based Test and marks shall be deducted for each wrong answer @ ¼ (0.25) mark.
  • The Question Paper will be set in English & Hindi only.
  • The question paper will be divided into 02  parts,  part 1 will be general nature and part 2 will be subject-related.

Let’s talk about CBAT which will be held for Executive (Operations & BD).

  1. Qualifying Marks: The candidates need to secure a minimum T-Score of 42 marks in each of the test batteries to qualify.
  2. Candidates will have to qualify in each of the test batteries of CBAT for considering them for the post of Executive (Operations & BD). The CBAT shall have questions and answer options only in English and Hindi. There shall be no negative marking in CBAT.
  3. The final merit list will be drawn only from amongst the candidates qualifying in the CBAT, with 70% weightage for the marks obtained in the CBT and 30% weightage for the marks obtained in CBAT.
  4. Candidates are advised to visit the website of RDSO (www.rdso.indianrailways.gov.in ->Directorates->Psycho
    Technical) for question patterns and other details of CBAT.

syllabus for Executive post

1 – Executive (Civil ) –


a. Part-I (24 Questions): General Knowledge, General Aptitude/Reasoning, etc.
b. Part-II (96 Questions): Surveying, Strength of material, Structural Design & Drawing, Buildings & Construction Material, Soil mechanics & Foundation Engineering, Concrete Technology, Reinforced & Prestressed concrete, Hydraulics, Hydrology & Hydraulics Structures, Public Health Engineering & Water Supply, Railway Engineering & Railway Track, etc.


2 – Executive (Electrical) –


a. Part-I (24 Questions): General Knowledge, General Aptitude/Reasoning, etc
b. Part-II (96 Questions): Circuit Analysis, Machines, Electronics, Measurement, Control System, Material system, Rest etc.

3 – Executive (Signal & Telecommunications) –

a. Part-I (24 Questions): General Knowledge, General Aptitude/Reasoning, etc
b. Part-II (96 Questions): Engineering Mathematics, Networks, Signals & systems, Electronic devices,
Analog Circuits, Digital circuits, Control systems, Communication, Electromagnetic, etc.

4 – Executive (Operations & BD) –


a. General Knowledge, Logical Reasoning, Numerical Ability, General Science, History of Indian Railways
and DFCCIL, Economics & Marketing, Customer Relations etc.

5 – Executive (Mechanical) –
i) Part-I (24 Questions): General Knowledge, General Aptitude/Reasoning, etc.
ii) Part-II (96 Questions) : Mechanics. Strength of Materials, Theory of Machines, Design, Fluid Mechanics, Thermo Dynamics, Engineering Material and Manufacturing Technology, Machining and Machine Tools, Metrology and Inspection, etc.

6 – Junior Executive (Electrical) –
a. Part-I (60 Questions): General Knowledge, Numerical Ability, General Aptitude/Reasoning,
General Science etc
b. Part-II (60 Questions): Electrical Circuits and Fields, Signals and Systems, Electrical Machines, Power Systems, Control Systems, .Electrical and Electronic Measurements, Analog and Digital Electronics, Power Electronics and Drives, etc.

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DFCCIL Junior Executive Syllabus Exam pattern

The syllabus and exam pattern for the post of Junior Executive will remain same as the executive but there is only one difference in the toughness level of question paper will be.

 for the post of junior executive the toughness of question paper will be ITI level.

 Refer executive syllabus and exam pattern for the post of Junior Executive also.

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syllabus for junior Executive post

Junior Executive (Electrical) –


a. Part-I (60 Questions) : General Knowledge, Numerical Ability, General Aptitude/Reasoning, General Science etc
b. Part-II (60 Questions) : Electrical Circuits and Fields, Signals and Systems, Electrical Machines, Power Systems, Control Systems, .Electrical and Electronic Measurements, Analog and Digital Electronics, Power Electronics and Drives etc.

Junior Executive (Signal & Telecommunications) –


a. Part-I (60 Questions) : General Knowledge, Numerical Ability, General Aptitude/Reasoning, General Science etc
b. Part-II (60 Questions) : Electronic Measurements and Instrumentation, Analog and Digital Circuits, Analog and Digital Communication Systems, Computer Organization and Architecture, Electro Magnetics, Advanced Communication Topics etc.

Junior Executive (Operations & BD) –


a. Part-I (60 Questions) : General Knowledge, Numerical Ability, General Aptitude/Reasoning, General Science etc
b. Part-II (60 Questions) : History of Indian Railways & DFCCIL, Economics & Marketing, Logical Reasoning, Customer Relations etc.

Junior Executive (Mechanical) –


a. Part-I (60 Questions) : General Knowledge, Numerical Ability, General Aptitude/Reasoning, General Science etc
b. Part-II (60 Questions) : Engineering Drawing, Measurement, Work, Power & Energy, Heat & Temperature, Machines, Tools & Equipment etc

INSTRUCTIONS FOR INTERVIEW (For Junior Manager level posts):


i) For the posts of Junior Manager, Candidates up to 3 times the number of vacancies will be called for interview based on merit on the basis of performance in the Computer Based Test and reservation rules.


ii) Final merit list will be prepared by giving weightage of 85% to CBT marks and 15% to Interview marks.


iii) All candidates called for interview will be sent for medical examination on being found successful in Document Verification.

INSTRUCTIONS FOR MEDICAL TEST:


i) Medical standards as prescribed in Indian Railway Medical Manual Vol.-I, which can be accessed at www.indianrailways.gov.in.


ii) Candidates must ensure that they fulfill the prescribed Medical Standards for the post(s) they are opting for. Candidates who are found medically unsuitable for the opted post(s) shall not be given any alternative appointment.

INSTRUCTIONS FOR DOCUMENT VERIFICATION:


i) Shortlisted candidates will be called for verification of the original documents according to merit, availability of vacancies, and reservation rules.


ii) During document verification, the candidates will have to produce their original certificates along with one set of photocopies duly attested. No additional time will be given and the candidature of candidates for not producing their original certificates/testimonials on the date of verification is liable to be forfeited.


iii) Identity verification: If the identity of the candidate is in doubt or he is not able to produce the requisite documents or there is a mismatch of information in the documents, he will not be allowed to appear for document verification and his candidature will be treated as cancelled.

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So here we discuss the detailed selection procedure and syllabus and exam pattern of Dedicated Freight Corridor Corporation of India (DFCCIL).