Konkan Railway Corporation Ltd Public Relation Officer Recrutiment-2013

job in Konkan RailwayThe corporation invites applications from regular Central Govt. employees working in Railways and other Govt. departments and Central PSUs for appointment on Immediate Absorption basis against the regular posts in Konkan Railway Corporation Limited.interested candidates apply for this railway jobs 2013 before 14 may 2013.

NAME OF POST:Recruitment of Chief Public Relation Officer in Konkan Railway Corporation Ltd
Dy.Chief Personnel Officer
Chief Public Relation Officer

NUMBER OF VACANCY :As per requirement
*Minimum Educational Qualification :Minimum a graduate in any discipline for Sr.No. 1 and for Sr. No.2 minimum a Diploma in Public relation and journalism in addition of graduate in any discipline.
Note: Additional professional qualification in the respective field will be given extra weight age.
*Age Limit and Relaxation:55 Years
The shortlisted eligible candidates may be required to undergo written test followed by Personal Interview and medical examination as per Railways standards before being employed in Konkan Railway Corporation Limited.
Candidates satisfying the conditions of eligibility may submit their application in the prescribed format. The candidates are advised to strictly follow the application format and the same may be downloaded from Konkan Railway Corporation Limited website at and fill-up the same in English Language with Black Ball Point Pen only. The application should be properly signed. Application form complete with all respect should be sent at the following address. Assistant Personnel Officer(Recruitment), Konkan Railway Corporation Ltd, Plot No.6, Belapur Bhavan, Sec-11, CBD Belapur, Navi Mumbai-400614.
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Assitant Personnel Officer (Recruitment),
Konkan Railway Corporation Ltd,
Belapur Bhavan, Sec-11,
CBD Belapur,
Navi Mumbai-400614
i) Application should be sent on A4 size paper as per the prescribed format only. Candidates applying for more than one post will be doing so at his/her own risk as the
interviews may be held for various categories on the same day/time simultaneously. However, candidates submitting more than one application for the same post will be summarily rejected.
ii) Application not submitted in the prescribed format will be summarily rejected. Candidates may keep photo copy of application sent for future record.
iii) Candidature will be cancelled at any stage of recruitment process or after recruitment/joining, in case any information provided by the candidate is found to be false or is not found in conformity with the eligibility criteria mentioned in this advertisement.
iv) The envelope containing the application should be super scribed “Application for the post of ………………………………2013”. One envelope should contain only one application.
vi) Journey fare (TA/DA) for appearing in the interview will not be reimbursable.
The Konkan Railway was the missing link between India’s commercial capital, Mumbai, and Mangalore. The 760-kilometre line connects Maharashtra, Goa and Karnataka States — a region of criss-crossing rivers, plunging valleys and mountains that soar into the clouds. the konkan Region :Spectacular but Challenging terrainThe Konkan is a coastal strip of land bounded by the Sahyadri hills on the east, and Arabian Sea on the west. It is a land where mythology breathes side by side with economic growth, a land with rich mineral resources, dense forest cover and a landscape fringed with paddy, coconut and mango trees. The formidable terrain to be conquered and the short construction period meant that the project could only be completed with the help of several technological innovations. Apart from setting a trend for other infrastructure projects in the country, the Konkan Railway provides concrete proof of the skills of Indian engineers, their discipline, team spirit and courage. But it is also a tribute to the unconquerable human spirit. Beyond the technical jargon, it was a leap of faith that made the long cherished dream of the people of the region possible.  The Konkan Railway has also in a way changed the lives of the Engineers and other people associated with the project. For them it was the glory of overcoming all odds, and the satisfaction and pride that they have built something for posterity. The completion of the Konkan Railway was a “tryst with destiny” for many people in the Konkan region, redeemed in the 50th year of the nation’s Independence. It is hence entirely fitting that the first train on the completed track was flagged off on January 26, 1998, Republic Day.