Western Railway Group-D Posts scout and guide quota recruitment-2013

Railway jobs in Western Railway Applications, on plain paper (A4 size) in the given format should be neatly typed or hand written either in English or Hindi are invited from the eligible Scouts & Guides candidates for filling up the vacancies against Scouts & Guides Quota of BRC DIVISION of WESTERN Railway for the year 2012-13.

RAILWAY RECRUITMENT DETAILS

REFERENCE NUMBER:Employment Notice NO.WR/BRC/S&G/01/2012-13 Date of issue 13.02.2013
NAME OF POST:Recruitment of Group-D Posts of Western Railway in Indian Railways
Category - 1 erstwhile Group 'D' (Khalasi, Porter, Trackman etc.)
NUMBER OF VACANCY : 02 Posts
ELIGIBILITY CRITERIA
*Minimum Educational Qualification :Educational Qualification : Passed Class-10th or equivalent
Scouting/Guiding Qualification :
1. President's Scout/Guide/Rover/Ranger OR Himalayan Wood Badge Holder OR A Pre-HWB trained Scout Leader/Advanced Trained Guide/Leader/Captain, and
2. Should have been an active member of a Scout Organisation for at least 3 years in the recent past and should continue to be active.
3. Should have attended at least one event at National level and one or two events at State level OR
should have a good record of participation in Scouts/Guides activities at Unit/District level.
*Age Limit and Relaxation:18 to 33 Yrs. for GEN and OBC 3 YR relaxation and 05 yr for SC/ST
MODE OF SELECTION :Written Examination
HOW TO APPLY
i) Application format can be downloaded from the website.
ii) Completed application and required documents should be sent to Divisional Personnel Officer, Division Railway Managers Office, Western Railway, Pratapnagar, Vadodara-390004 through ordinary post only or dropped in the application Box kept in the office of 2nd Floor , Policy Section , PRTN during office hours except Saturday, Sunday and Holidays.
iii) The envelope containing the application must be super scribed "Application for Recruitment against Scout- Guide Quota for 2012-2013".
TENTATIVE DATES:13-03-2013
Tentative date for written Examination : 23-03-2013
IMPORTANT LINKS:
click here to download the advertisement:
OFFICIAL ADDRESS:
Indian Railways Western Railway
Division Railway Managers Office,
Western Railway, Pratapnagar,
Vadodara-390004
ABOUT THE ORGANISATION
Western Railway in its present form came into existence on 5th November, 1951 by the merger of its forerunner, the erstwhile Bombay, Baroda and Central India Railway (BB&CI), with other State Railways viz, Saurashtra, Rajputana and Jaipur. The BB&CI Railway was itself incorporated in 1855, starting with the construction of a 29 mile broad gauge track from Ankleshwar to Utran in Gujarat state on the West Coast. In 1864, the railway was extended up to Mumbai. Subsequently, the project was further extended beyond Baroda in a north easterly direction towards Godhra, Ratlam, Nagda and thereafter northwards towards Mathura to eventually link with the Great India Peninsula Railway, now Central Railway, which had already started operating in Mumbai in 1853. In 1883, a Metre Guage Railway system, initially linking Delhi with Agra, Jaipur and Ajmer, was established. The Government of India took over the management of the BB&CI railway from 1.1.1942. In 1949, the Gaikwad Baroda State Railway was merged with the BB&CI Railway. After Western Railway came into being certain further jurisdictional changes were effected. The gauge-wise kilometrage of Western Railways as at present,Western Railway serves entire Gujarat, part of Rajasthan and some portion of Madhya Pradesh. Western Railway now comprises of six divisions viz. Mumbai, Vadodara, Ahmedabad, Ratlam, Rajkot and Bhavnagar. Two erstwhile divisions viz. Jaipur and Ajmer were merged into North West Railway on 1st October 2002 and Kota division was made a part of West Central Railway on 1st April 2003. A new division i.e. Ahmedabad was created on 1st April 2003. The Western coast of India served by Western Railway has a number of ports, important among them being Kandla, Mundra, Pipavav, Navlakhi, Bedi, Rozi, Okha and Bhavnagar.