New Delhi, Online Desk. Government Jobs in Madhya Pradesh Metro Rail. Madhya Pradesh Metro Rail Corporation Limited (MMRCL), a joint venture between the Government of India and the Government of Madhya Pradesh, has released an advertisement for the recruitment of various posts in Bhopal Metro Rail Project and Indore Metro Rail Project. Applications are invited from eligible candidates for recruitment to the posts of Assistant Manager, Manager, DGM, Senior DGM and AGM as per Recruitment Advertisement (No. 717/HRD/MPMRCL- 012/2021) issued by the Company on 11 November 2021. . Candidates should note that these posts are to be recruited on deputation or contract basis.

Madhya Pradesh Metro Rail Recruitment Application Process

Interested candidates need to visit the official website of MPMRCL, mpmetrorail.com to apply. After this, you have to go to the career section, where then click on the link of the respective recruitment. After that the candidates can go to the application page by clicking on the link of Apply Online or by clicking on the direct link given below. After this, candidates can submit their application by filling the details sought by selecting the relevant post. MPMRCL has fixed 12 December 2021 as the last date to apply for these posts.

View Madhya Pradesh Metro Rail Recruitment Notification 2021 from this link

Application Link for Madhya Pradesh Metro Rail Recruitment

Post wise number of vacancies

  • Assistant Manager (E&M) – 2 Posts
  • Assistant Manager (Telecommunications) – 1 Post
  • Assistant Manager (Signaling) – 1 Post
  • Manager (IT) – 1 Post
  • Manager (Traction) – 1 Post
  • Manager (Telecommunications) – 1 Post
  • Manager (Signaling) – 1 Post
  • DGM (Telecommunications) – 1 Post
  • Sr. DGM (E&M) – 1 Post
  • Sr. DGM (Rolling Stock) – 1 Post
  • AGM (Telecommunications & IT) – 1 Post

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Edited By: Rishi Sonwal