Recruitment of Health and Maleria Inspector in Railway Recruitment Boards

Applications are invited in the prescribed format as enclosed on A-4 size bond paper using one side only from eligible Indian Nationals for the following posts. Applications complete in all respects along with required enclosures should be sent by ordinary post to the Assistant Secretary / Member Secretary of the concerned Railway Recruitment Board, as mentioned in Para-15 of General Instructions, so as to reach on or before 12.11.2012 up to 17.30 hrs.
Staff Nurse : 406 posts

Health and Maleria Inspector : 129 posts

Pharmacist - III : 187 posts

ECG Technician : 07 posts

X -Ray Tech./ Radiographer II : 22 posts

Lab Assistant Gr. II : 25 posts

Lab Superintendent : 13 posts

Dialysis Technician : 02 posts

Cardiology Technician : 02 posts

Audiometrician Cum Speech Therapist : 01 post

Physiotherapist : 07 posts

Extension Educator : 08 posts

Field Worker : 10 posts

Lab Superintendent (Clinical Psychologist in Medical Dept.) : 01 post

Janitor in Medical Department : 01 post

Receptionist in Medical Department : 01 post

Dietician : 01 post

Ophthalmic Technician cum Optician : 01 post

Dental 9Ora0hygienist : 01 post


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Rs.60/-  and  Rs.40/- depending upon the pay scale of the posts for the General and OBC candidates only in the form of IPO / DD in favour of Assistant Secretary/Secretary/ Member Secretary/ Chairman of  concerned RRB where candidate wants to apply. No examination fees for SC / ST / Ex-Servicemen / Physically Handicapped / Women / Minorities / Economically backward classes candidates having annual family income less than Rs. 50000/-.
The candidate who has selected one of the regional languages as the medium of examination in item no. 04 of Information Sheet of the Application Form (Annexure 2) will be supplied question booklet in English, Hindi, Urdu and regional language of the RRB concerned. Those who have not opted regional languages, as medium of examination will be supplied question booklet in English, Hindi and Urdu only.The selection is made strictly as per merit. There will be a common Preliminary Examination for all the notified categories. Those who qualify for the Main(second stage) Exams will have the option to appear in the Main(second stage) Examinations as detailed in para 1.06(a) above. In addition qualifying Skill Test(Typing Test ) will also be conducted for the post of Jr. Accounts Assistant cum Typist/Sr. Clerk Cum Typist. Aptitude test will also be conducted for the post of Assistant Station Master and Traffic Assistant. Short listed candidates will be called for verification of the original documents according to merit (incase of ASM & Traffic Assistant, the merit will be drawn only for the candidates qualifying in the aptitude test, with 70 % weight age being given to the marks obtained in the Main (second stage) Examination & 30 % weightage being given to the marks obtained in the aptitude test), availability of vacancies and reservation rules.

HOW TO APPLY:  Application in the prescribed format should be send to the Assistant Secretary/ Member Secretary of the concerned RRB where candidate want to apply Candidates can also apply online at respective RRB websites also. The envelope containing the application should be clearly super-scribed “Application for the Post/s of ___________Category No./s ________Centralized Employment Notice No. 05/2012 of RRB/ , Community (SC/ST/OBC/PWD/Ex-SM)”.
DATE OF EXAM : 24.02.2013

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Government of India
Ministry of Railways
Railway Recruitment Boards (RRB)

First time in July 1942, as an experimental measure, a Service Commission with a Chairman and two members was established for recruitment of Subordinate Staff on the then North West Railway. The position was reviewed in 1945 and Services Commissions at Bombay, Calcutta, Madras and Lucknow were set up under Railway Board. These Commissions were introduced with two fold functions of recruiting class III staff and also tender advice to General Managers for dealing with appeals from subordinate staff on disciplinary matters.In 1948, the Indian Railway Inquiry Committee reviewed working of commissions. While recommend their permanency, suggested that the work related to appeals should be withdrawn so that commission can give undivided attention to recruitment. Chairman, Bombay Service Commission was given the supervisory role to Supervise Commissions at Calcutta, Lucknow and Madras. In 1949, due to financial constraints, a ban was imposed on recruitment on Indian Railways. Thus number of commissions was reduced to one and centrally located viz., at Bombay. In 1953-54, when Economic conditions of Indian Railways improved, four service commissions were again set up viz., at Bombay, Madras, Allahabad and Calcutta. In 1956, the Estimates committee generally approved the method of recruitment by the Constitution of the Railway Service Commissions.