Power Grid Corporation of India Ltd (PGCIL) is about to release the exam dates followed by admit cards for NR1 Diploma Trainee (Electrical and Civil) on its website powergridindia.com. The candidates who have applied for NR1 Diploma Trainee posts, now can check and download their dummy admit cards, online. For the students who make their Intermediate/Matric registration between July 26 and August 01, their registration cards will be issued on August 06, 2021,
In order to obtain the PGCIL admit card, aspirants need to log in to the official website powergridindia.com. Then they have to click on the "Career" link given on the homepage. By doing so, a new page will open with NR1 recruitment updates. Further, they have to click on "Download Admit Card" link. To access the admit card candidate's registration id and date of birth are required. Finally, click on the "Login" button will lead their registration card generated.
Based on the official inputs, an intimation regarding the NR1 exam dates will be sent to the students via SMS to their registered mobile numbers. A direct link will also be facilitated for the candidates to download their admit cards.
All the registered students have to download and print their admit cards. It contains key details related to the candidate's name, date of birth, photograph, exam date, exam centre, and roll number, etc. The students have to cross-check that the details given in the dummy registration card are correct. In case of any discrepancy is found in these entries, candidates should reach out to their concerned agency.
PGCIL NR1 written test shall be of objective type (each question shall have four options) of two hours duration consisting of two parts –
(a) Part-I consists of the Technical Knowledge Test/Professional Knowledge Test (TKT/PKT) with 120 questions having specific questions from respective disciplines.
(b) Part-II consists of Aptitude Test (AT) with 50 questions on vocabulary, verbal comprehension, quantitative aptitude, reasoning ability, data sufficiency & interpretation, numerical ability etc.
All questions would be MCQ type with 4 options and carry equal weightage (1 mark each). Wrong & multiple answers would result in negative marks of 1/4. Candidates shall have the option for appearing in the written test in Hindi or English