BHEL Online Test Series 2019: Bharat Heavy Electricals Limited (BHEL) was incorporated in 1964 under the Indian Companies Act, 1956. BHEL, a Schedule- ‘A’ CPSE, is today the largest engineering enterprise of its kind in India. BHEL caters to the needs of core sectors like Power, Transmission, Industry, Transportation (including Railways), Defence, Water and various industries like Petrochemicals, Petroleum, Steel, Cement, Fertilizers etc. It has 17 Manufacturing plants, 8 Service centers and 4 Power Sector regional centers besides a large number of regional offices and project sites spread all over India. The company has its footprint in more than 82 countries all over the world and has achieved a net turnover of Rs 27,850 Crores in 2017-18.
We have launched BHEL Online Test Series 2019 (only for Executive Trainee- HR).Now you can practice online mocks as well. There are total 10 full length tests (150 questions, 150 minutes- 75 Discipline Related Questions, 25 Reasoning, 25 GK, 25 English) . Mock Test Validity is 1 month. Click on the link given below to purchase test series.
Procedure to take BHEL Online Mock Tests.
- Visit this link- https://prashantchaturvedi.conductexam.com/
- Click on Signup/Login (if already registered).
- Enter Name, Email Id, Address, Mobile Number, Password, State & Country, Select Course BHEL Executive Trainee (HR), then click on signup.
- After Login Click on Buy Test Series on Left Side
BHEL Exam Pattern
BHEL Examination for induction as Engineer/Executive Trainees shall have Objective type multiple choice questions with four Options. The questions and options should be bilingual i.e. in Hindi and English. If there is any variation between the English and Hindi versions of a question, English version is to be treated as authentic.
Questions pertaining to General English will obviously be in English only.
50% of Questions shall be from Subject/Discipline, while remaining 50% would be from Reasoning, General Knowledge & General English. However, there is no sectional cut off and candidates shall be shortlisted in the order of merit in their respective categories on the basis of overall score.
Duration of test will be 150 minutes. There will be negative marking and 1/4th of Mark assigned to each question
shall be deducted for each wrong answer.
Use of Calculators, slide rule, Smart Devices (Such as Smart Phones and Smart watches etc) and any other study/reference material is NOT allowed and shall lead to disqualification/disbarring from the Examination Hall.