Power Grid PGCIL has released Admit Card for the written test of Trainee, Junior Supervisor & Assistant Finance. All aspirants are searching their Admit Card for the written examination on March/April 2015. Download PGCIL Admit Card 2015 available below following.
PGCIL announced recruitment notification for 10 various posts of Diploma Trainee (SDT), Junior Supervisor Trainee (HR) (SDT), Assistant Finance (W4) for this posts many of applications are officially received. Admission to the test will be on production of admit card. Admit cards will be sent by post.
PGCIL Admit Card 2015 Examination :
Candidates are expected to download their Admit Card for the corresponding written examination. Those who all applied they are advised regarding Admit Card it will be reach by mentioned address in the application.
The admit card indicating roll number, name of the test venue and guidelines for the test will be sent to the candidates found eligible based on the information submitted by the candidate.
If anyone lost the Admit Card by postal means can able to download from the official website of PGCIL.
Date of Written Examination, Timing & the written test will conducted in Nagpur ,Raipur only. All the necessary things are available in Admit Card also advised to read the instructions in the Admit Card of PGCIL Exam 2015.
Written Test shall be of Object Type of two hours duration consisting of two parts
- Part-I consists of Technical Knowledge Test with 120 questions having specific questions in your discipline. e.g. – If the candidate has applied for Electronics & Communications – then questions shall be in Electronics & Communications discipline.
- Part-II consists of Aptitude Test with 50 questions on vocabulary, verbal comprehension, quantitative aptitude, reasoning ability, data sufficiency and interpretation, numerical ability etc.
- All questions carry equal marks (1). Wrong and multiple answers would result in negative marks of ¼.
To qualify against unreserved vacancies, candidates have to score minimum of 30% in each Part I and Part II separately and a minimum aggregate of 40% marks in Written Test.