Northern Railway sports quota Recruitment-2013

Railway jobs in Northern Railway Applications are invited from eligible Male candidates through Open recruitment for the posts in Pay Band, Rs. 5200-20200/- with Rs.1800/- Grade Pay against Sports Quota for the year 2012-13 in “Carriage & Wagon Shops, Jagadhri Workshop of Northern Railway “ in the following discipline.

REFERENCE NUMBER:Employment Notice No. 01/Sports Quota/JUDW/2012-13
NAME OF POST:Sports quota job in Northern Railway
*Minimum Educational Qualification :Candidates who wish to apply for this post must posses the following skill and criteria: SSC/ ITI/ equivalent from a recognized institution and sports qualification.
*Age Limit and Relaxation:Interested candidates who are appearing for this post should have the age of 18 - 25 years.
Rs.40/- Application Fees should be paid in the form of  IPO/DD drawn in any nationalized bank in favor of Workshop Sports Officer, Jagadhari Workshop, payable at Jagadhari Workshop.
The selection of candidates shall be made on the basis of field trial, assessment of sports achievement, educational qualification and interview.. Only the candidates who are found FIT in the field trial shall be considered for the interview stage.
Interested or desired candidate may complete their application along with Date of Birth, Qualification, Experience and Postal address with respective certificates and relevant document should reach to The Chief Workshop Manager, Carriage and wagon Karkhana, Northern Railway, Jagadhri Workshop – 135002 on or before 04th Mar 2013.
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Office of the Chief Workshop Manager, Carriage & Wagon Shops,
Jagadhri Workshop (Haryana) - 135002.
a) Applications must be submitted as per the enclosed proforma and must be filled up and signed by the applicant in his own handwriting. Incorrectly filled/incomplete application forms shall be liable for rejection. If the information furnished by the candidate in his application is found to be false/incorrect at any stage of the recruitment process, his candidature shall be liable for rejection without assigning any reason. Even if any such false/incorrect information is detected after appointment of the candidate at any stage, his services shall be liable for termination without any further notice.
b) The Application must be accompanied by Three (03) recent colour Passport size photographs, one of which should be pasted at the space provided in the Application Form while the remaining 02 photographs should be staplled with the application. The Photographs should be signed by the
candidate and attested by a Gazetted Officer.
c) Before applying to the post, the candidate should ensure that he fulfils the eligibility norms as given above.
d) The name and initial of the candidate and father’s name appearing in school/college certificates and in sports certificates should be one and the same. There should be no difference.
e) The specific weight category must be mentioned in the application without fail.
f) The candidates already employed in Central/States/PSUs including Railways should submit their applications through proper channel duly submitting “no objection certificate” from their employer.
g) The decision of the Railway Administration in all matters relating to eligibility, acceptance or rejection of the application, penalty for false information, and mode of selection shall be final and binding on the candidates.
h) Candidates recommended for appointment will have to pass the requisite medical fitness standards from Railway Hospital prescribed for the selected post. In case of unfit in prescribed Medical Standard, the selected candidate will have no right for appointment in Railway on account of above selection.
Every land of India has its unique tale to narrate. Here are some special locations where one experiences the uniqueness of India, where one marvels at the cultural mosaic that is India. The terrain that falls in Northern Railway is also varied, from the mountainous Shivalik range to the lush Tarai region and the majestic Gangetic plains. The North of the country is bordered by the mighty Himalayas, the highest mountains on the earth. The Himalayas are not a single mountain but a series of ranges with beautiful valleys wedged between them. The final Southern range of the Himalayas, the Shivalik Hills ends abruptly in the northern plains of India. In complete contrast to the soaring mountain peaks, the northern plain is oppressively flat and slopes so gradually that almost all the way from Delhi to the Bay of Bengal it slopes only 200M.