- Addl. General Manager (Civil)
- Addl. General Manager (Depot)
- Sr. Dy. General Manager (Civil)
- Dy. General Manager (Civil)
- Dy. General Manager (Environment)
- Assistant Manager (Civil)
- Chief Controller
- Depot Controller
- Station Controller/Train Operator
How to Apply:
• Application form may be filled online by selecting the link in KMRL website.
• The duly filled in application form submitted online may be printed and forwarded to the address given below along with application fee and self-attested copies of proof of age, qualifications & experience may be send by Registered post/Speed post/courier in an envelope super scribing the name of the post applied for.
• The application fee should be paid in the form of a demand draft for Rs. 500.00 drawn in favour of Kochi Metro Rail Ltd.,payable at Kochi. This is non refundable under any circumstances.
• Applications shall be send to Dy. General Manager (HR & Training), Kochi Metro Rail Ltd., 8th Floor, Revenue Tower, Park Avenue, Kochi – 682 011 so as to reach the office latest by 10th March 2016.
• The application shall be forwarded to KMRL through Post/Courier service only. Applications forwarded though any other means including by fax or e-mail will not be entertained
- Only shortlisted candidates will be notified for interview. KMRL reserves the right to shortlist the candidates and relax eligibility criteria in case of exceptionally deserving candidates.
- Applicants employed in Govt./Quasi Govt./ PSUs shall apply through proper channel, after forwarding the advance copy along with the application fee and shall produce a “No Objection Certificate” from their employer at the time of interview.
- Acceptance or rejection of application of the candidates will be the sole discretion of the Management. Incomplete applications are liable to be rejected.
Applications of candidates attempting to influence or interfere with the selection process will be rejected summarily and he/she will be declared disqualified for future vacancies in KMRL.
- No TA/DA will be paid by KMRL to candidates for attending interview
- Ministry of Urban Development predicts an average city speed of 6 to 8 kmph by 2030, which is the speed of a morning walker, if urban transport is not properly planned and developed now.
- The present transport facilities are inadequate to handle every day demands.
- Gridlocks and congestion are routine now; they result in wastage of manpower, fossil fuels, increase pollution and act as dampeners to economic development.
- The traffic snarls force people to spend time on the road which they would otherwise spend with their friends and families.
- Further road development is very limited owing to geographical and demographical limitations.
- Therefore alternate modes of urban mass transport and multi modal integration have to be planned.
- The Kochi Metro Rail Project is the first move in such a direction in Kerala.
- Accessing jobs, education, livelihoods and other social needs from the outskirts into the business centre of the city would become less time consuming and quality of life will increase for the urban population.
- The average citizen would get a reliable, safe, economic, comfortable, user friendly and punctual mode of transport at affordable rates.
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