Railway Jobs 2016-2017 (Upcoming 546611 Vacancies) Opening in Indian Railway Sector
Indian railways are one the most booming sectors that are owned and governed by Government of Indian through Ministry of Railways. This is the world’s ninth largest commercial sectors that have more than 1.4 million employers working at various departments under it. They are divided under 17 zones which are further bifurcated to 68 zones to carry out tasks respectively. They are the most appealing, secure and offer numerous chances during job tenures.
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Railway offered plenty of job prospects to eligible candidates in various departments. Those who are interested to carry in these positions have to qualify the written exam conducted by UPSC every year. The railway department are mainly divided under two parts that are technical and non-technical. Technical field include work related to automobile & diesel locomotion, rolling stocks of railway vehicles, cartilages and weapons etc. Whereas non-technical include maintenance, accounting, security checking of railway and transportation services from one place to another.
Apply Now Ongoing (45475 Vacancies) Railway Jobs Recruitment :
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|Konkan Railway Recruitment||58 Management Trainee (Legal) & Assistant Loco Pilot Posts||29-September-2016|
|Chennai Metro Rail Limited (CMRL) Recruitment||41 Junior Engineer (Station Control) Vacancy Posts||23.September.2016|
|Kochi Metro Rail KMRL Recruitment||18 Executive, Joint General Manager & Other Posts||27.September.2016|
|South Western Railway Recruitment||For 09 Specialist & General Duty Medical Officer Posts||Would Update Soon|
|Northeast Frontier Railway Recruitment||12 Scout & Guide Quota Posts||19.September.2016|
|West Central Railway Recruitment||73 Project Manager, Technical Lead||Would Update Soon|
|North Eastern Railway Recruitment||02 Culture Quota Posts||19.September.2016|
|North Western Railway Recruitment||Various Posts||Would Update Soon|
|East Central Railway Recruitment||Driver and & Engineer Post||Would Update Soon|
|Eastern Railway Jobs Recruitment||Various Posts||Would Update Soon|
|Western Railway Recruitment||Station Master, T.T & Other Post||Would Update Soon|
|South Eastern Railway Recruitment||Various Posts||Would Update Soon|
|South Central Railway Recruitment||Various Posts||Would Update Soon|
|North Central Railway Recruitment||Various Posts||Would Update Soon|
|East Coast Railway Recruitment||Various Posts||Would Update Soon|
|Central Railway Recruitment||Various Posts||Would Update Soon|
|Indian Railway Catering and tourism Corporation limited IRCTC||Various Posts||Would Update Soon|
|Northern Railway Recruitment||Staff Nurse and Pharmacist Posts||Would Update Soon|
|Jaipur Metro Rail Recruitment||Various Posts||Would Update Soon|
|BMRCL Notification||308 Section Engineer, MaintainerTrain Operator Posts||Would Update Soon|
|RRB Chennai Recruitment||Sports Quota Vacancies In Southern Railway||Would Update Soon|
|DMRC Recruitment||Apply Vacancies for Manager (Environment) Posts||Would Update Soon|
|Lucknow Metro Recruitment||254 Jobs Opening For Engineer, Office Assistant & Other Posts||Would Update Soon|
UPSC conducts the competitive entrance exam for all the gazetted post in Railways. Those who are interested to start their career in technical field need to follow the required criteria first. This include 12th exam completion along with graduate degree in engineering field after which Combined Engineering Service Examination can be taken into consideration. Opportunities for other stream candidates are plenty which are considered by Indian Railways regularly. Exam procedure will be followed as that of Civil Service Examination. Candidates with mechanical background can opt for special class railway apprentices too which select candidates on pre graduate level. After which practical and theoretical training will be provided by Indian Railways accordingly. Practice well with the help of previous year exam patterns or online test papers so that better marks can be scored.
Candidates those who are interested to join Medical field within same, have to undergo Combined Medical Service Examination. Qualified individuals with grades more than cut off will be selected on relevant positions. There is no short for success hence lots of practice, hard work and ample research will make you to reach your dream job. Keep yourself updates with all railways current affairs so that this can increase your chances of selection. Latest updates on upcoming vacancies can be captured from employment, newspaper or online job portals. By regularly visiting these opportunities can be catered correctly on time. Entire hiring process of railways is designed by keeping in mind the skill of individuals.
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Railway Jobs Recruitment Process – An Understanding of Hierarchical Structure For Group A, B, C, and D
Indian Railways are one of the largest railways networks in world. It is a state owned unit wholly owned by Government of India under administrative control of Ministry of Railways. It covers a distance of 65, 000 km with network of 115, 000 km of tracks and 7500 stations. The very first train in India ran between Bombay to Thane in 1853. According to a survey, approximately 25 million passengers travel through trains daily. This figure reaches to 9 billion annually and is likely to grow in coming time. Railways are most convenient medium for a common man who travels to and forth in different cities for work.
Considering its huge structure IR has been divided into 17 zones for better management. In order to manage each and every department of Indian Railways there are around 1.4 million employees working under it. It is considered as ninth largest commercial or utility employer in entire world. Strong man power of railways is tough to manage. Every year thousands of candidates are recruited in this sector. Therefore exams are conducted for appointment of officers at different levels. Staff of Indian Railways is classified in four categories namely:
- Group ‘A’ (Gazetted)
- Group ‘B’ (Gazetted)
- Group ‘C’ (Non Gazetted)
- Group ‘D’ (Non Gazetted)
Recruitment of all gazetted employees is conducted through Union Public Service Commission exams. On the other hand non gazetted employees are recruited through Railway Recruitment Control Board. Recruited candidates are subjected to training which is conducted at six centralised training institutes of Indian Railways.
Recruitment of Group ‘A’ Employees
These officers are of highest grade in Indian Railways. Recruitment in this grade is considered toughest of all as competition is hard to crack. Group A officers are recruited through 3 ways:
- Competitive exams of UPSC (Civil Services Examination, Combined Engineering Services Examination and Medical Services Exam)
- Promotion of officers from Group ‘B’
- Special Class Apprentices appointment through UPSC.
Recruitment of Group ‘B’ Employees
Group B employees are not appointed through any direct exam. They are only appointed by promotion of Group C candidates depending upon their performance.
Recruitment of Group ‘C’ Employees
These employees get opportunity in both technical and non technical domain. Separate exams are held for each zone depending upon requirements. These exams are conducted under 19 Railway Recruitment Boards. Technical domains are telecommunication, civil, mechanical and electrical engineering etc whereas non technical domains include assistants, clerks, ticket collectors, train clerks and station masters.
Recruitment of Group ‘D’ Employees
Group D employees are recruited through simple procedures as candidates do not require any high level of education. More detail regarding railway recruitment process can be found on internet and employment news.