Railway Recruitment Jobs 2018-This Month February Highlightsat rrbbpl.nic.in: Indian railway is maintained by the government of India i.e. operating under the control of Central Government through the ministry of Indian railways. Indian Railway is one of the world’s largest Railway networks which containing 115,100 km of track over a route of 65,100 kmand 7,500 stations across the country.As of now, railway is transporting over 30 million passengers to their destination daily. (Railway Recruitment) Indian Railways were first introduced to India in 1853 and in 1951 the organization was nationalized as one unit, later on, the Indian Railways become one of the largest networks in the world. Indian Railways is the world’s ninth largest place commercial or utility employer, by the number of employees, with more than 1.4 million employees. As it is the largest network in India Indian railway was divided into several regional railways. and this website will be going to provide to all latest other Government sector jobs like Bank Jobs and latest Employment News . (Railway Jobs).
Indian Railway Jobs Recruitment zones wise Updates
|Recruitment Board||Name of the Post-Vacancies||Last Date|
|RRB Recruitment||Apply 26502 Asst Loco Pilot & Technician Posts||05/03/2018|
|East Central Railway||Apply 1898 Apprentices||28/02/2018|
|RITES Limited||Apply 10 Vacancies||21/02/2018|
|Central Railway (RRC)||Apply 17 Posts||24/02/2018|
|Southern Railway Recruitment||Apply 1305 Apprentices||23/02/2018|
|CMRL Recruitment||Apply Site Engineer (Civil)||03/02/2018|
|DMRC Recruitment||Apply 1984 Posts||26/02/2018|
· North Eastern Railway (NER)
· Western Railway (WR)
· Southern Railway (SR)
· South Central Railway (SCR)
· South Eastern Railway (SER)
· Eastern Railway (ER)
· Central Railway (CR)
Railway Recruitment Board:
Indian railway is the largest network in India which is recruiting many people to the post available. On every year railway board will publish the recruitment notification to the available vacancies. Firstly staff was divided into different categories i.e. Group A, Group B, Group C, Group D, for gazette post (Group ‘A’ and ‘B’) and for non-gazetted post (Group ‘C’ and ‘D’) employees. The recruitment for Group ‘A’ gazette staffs is conducted by the Union Public Service Commission (UPSC) through exams conducted by UPSC. The recruitment for Group ‘C’ and ‘D’ staff’sis conducted by the Railway Recruitment Boards and Railway Recruitment Cell and these were under the control of the Railway Recruitment Control Board (RRCB).
Railway Jobs in India Information
Railways Jobs Employment Procedures:
Written Test: written test is conducted for all applied applicants and in this written examination origination will test the knowledge of candidates whether they are suitable for the concerned job, and all exam details like admit cards, declaration of written exam results would be displayed on the official site and after the completion of written exam only qualified candidates would be called for further recruitment process.
Personal Interview: The main reason behind conducting a personal interview to test the candidate ability face to face and having a communication with the candidates so that they can predict the knowledge of that candidate and the ability of presentation.