Delhi Metro Rail Corporation Limited
(A Joint venture of Govt. of India and Govt. of Delhi)
Ref: (1) No. DMRC’s Advertisement No.DMRC/OM/HR/I/2015, published in Employment News dated 24.10.2015.
(2) Written test result Notification dated:- 29th March, 2016.
NOTICE (Dated : 30th April, 2016)
15 nos. of Candidates bearing following Roll Nos. (arranged in merit order) have been short listed provisionally after qualifying in Skill Test for Document Verification & Medical Examination for the post of Stenographer (NE09), the written test of which was held by DMRC on 28.02.2016 & Skill Test on 12.04.2016, in response to its vacancy notification no. DMRC’s Advertisement No.DMRC/OM/HR/I/2015, published in Employment News dated 24.10.2015.
Report at : Metro Bhawan
(Auditorium, Ground Floor)
Fire Brigade Lane, Barakhamba Road,
New Delhi-110001
Post Name & Code : Stenographer (NE09)
Reporting Date & Time : Date 10.05.2016 at 9:00 am
Number of candidates called : 15 (including Reserved communities & PWD)
Candidates should bring 10 passport size recent colour photographs with all original documents/certificates. The standards of Medical Examination for Stenographer (NE09) (Cee-One) are available at DMRC website. The process of medical examination may take upto 4 working days. The candidates must come prepared to join training immediately, as the requirement is very urgent. Candidates may note that the call for Document Verification & Medical Examination of shortlisted candidates for the post of Stenographer (NE09) is purely provisional, subject to their fulfillment of the eligibility criteria as mentioned in advertisement notice no. DMRC/OM/HR/I/2015, published in Employment News dated 24.10.2015. Candidates must bring with themselves the following documents at the time of document verification/medical examination, without which their medical examination will not be conducted:
  1. Proof of Date of Birth (High School/Matriculation)
  2. Proof of having passed Requisite Qualification with Provisional/Degree certificates by the date of declaration of result notification for Written Test & ST/OBC/PWD certificates, if belonging to reserved community and requiring concession/relaxation.
  3. All OBC candidates must submit the latest OBC Certificate with sub-caste and non-creamy layer clause in Attached Format at the time of Medical Examination & Document verification, failing which they will not be allowed for the Medical Examination. (OBC format is attached - Click here to download)
  4. Candidates taking relaxation under PWD category have to submit a Disability Certificate issued by Medical Board duly constituted by Central or State Government.
  5. The proforma for character/identification Certificate to be submitted at the time of Document Verification & Medical Examination can be downloaded here (Click here to download). Candidates must come with the two copies of Character/Identification Certificates, issued by the authority, mentioned therein.
  1. All candidates are advised to join immediately as extensions will not be possible, and consequently further requirement may not be there for their induction.
  2. In case of candidates belonging to OBC community & may have qualified under OBC relaxation, the prevalent rules/decisions at the time of joining will be applicable. They will be required to submit the OBC certificate on the attached format, at the time of medical examination.
Candidate should report for Document Verification & Medical Examination as per following Programme :
(Candidates are requested to carefully read the instructions of Medical Examination / Joining)
N.B.: The result of reserved category posts will be subject to the final outcome of the CA No.1086/2013 (Sarv Rural & Urban Wel.Soc.th Vs UOI & others).
* The medical examination of the candidates will be completed in upto 4 working days. If any difficulty arises during medical examination, candidates may immediately report to Recruitment Cell.
Medical Re-examination: It is informed that ordinarily, there is no right of appeal against the findings of an examining medical authority, but if Corporation is satisfied, based on the evidence produced before it by the candidate concerned, of the possibility of error of judgment in the decision of the examining medical authority, it will be open to it, to allow re-examination. Such evidence should be submitted within 5 working days of the date of communication in which the decision of the first medical authority is communicated to the candidate. The candidates must adhere to it.