Section Engineer recruitment 2018 in Bangalore Metro Rail Corporation Limited
No. of Vacancy : 26
Consolidated Pay : Rs.35910/
Age : 35 Years
1. Candidates should fill in the application on-line, take a print out of the same and submitalong with copies of all certificates in support of qualification and experience prescribed for the post. Candidates who fail to send hard copy of the on-line application along with relevant documents will not be considered even though they have submitted application on-line.
2. The application of any candidate found guilty of impersonation or submitting fabricated documents or making statements, which are false or incorrect or indulging in suppression of facts, attempting to use unfair means for the purpose of recruitment, will be liable for rejection.
3. The candidates shall have to appear for interview as and when called, at their own cost.
How To Apply For Section Engineer recruitment 2018
Eligible candidates may fill in the application online, take a print out of the same and forward along with relevant documents in support of qualification and experience. Completed applications may be addressed to 'The General Manager (HR), Bangalore Metro Rail Corporation Limited, III Floor, BMTC Complex, K.H. Road, Shanthinagar, Bangalore - 560027' on or before 11th October 2018 up to 4:00 PM. The postal cover super scribing the envelope as 'APPLICATION FOR THE POST OF SECTION ENIGNEER'.
Several MRTS proposals for Bangalore have been in the pipeline for nearly 24 years. In 1982, a study suggested that the MRTS should have a route length of 12.20 km. and pegged the cost at Rs. 239.15 crores. In 1983, the Metropolitan Transit Project, an organization of Indian Railways, prepared a feasibility report for provision of suburban rail services on existing lines, a circular railway of 57.9 km. metro system on two corridors, in Phase-I 12.9 km. from Rajajinagar to Jayanagar and in Phase - II 11.2 km. from Hudson Circle to Krishnarajapuram. In 1988, a World Bank aided study was carried out by RITES and the study recommended a Commuter Rail System along with improvement of road transport system