Railway Recruitment Cells Group-D Recruitment-2013 process

RRC Group-D Recruitment 2013:Railway Recruitment Cells (RRC) have been established in all Zonal Headquarters for railway recruitment to Group D posts consequent to the announcement made in the Railway Budget 2005-06.Every RRC would be directed by Deputy Chief Personnel Officer (Recruitment ) in Junior assistant grade or Selection grade.

The recruitment to all Group D posts of a particular Zonal Railway is now handled by RRC concerned.Requirement of all Divisions/Workshops/Production Units and other organizations falling within the territorial jurisdiction of the Zonal Railway will be clubbed together for the purpose of recruitment.
Vacancies shall be counted as those existing on 1st January or 1st July of the year of recruitment plus those anticipated over the next year.A detailed of Railway recruitment notification will be published in leading local newspapers and an Indicative Notice be published in the Employment News/Rozgar Samachar and national newspapers giving reference of the advertisement given in the local newspapers.same railway vacancy notification shall also be sent to the nearby Employment Exchanges and recognized associations of Scheduled Castes and Scheduled Tribes.
Candidates can give option (maximum three) in order of preference for the Divisions/Workshops/Production Units/Other Organizations etc. within the territorial jurisdiction of the Zone. If a combined examination is being held for more than one category of Group ‘D’ post then the candidate should can his preference for the posts also. No change of options shall be permitted at any stage subsequently.Only one application should be submitted even if the candidate wishes to be considered for more than one category of posts.
Minimum educational qualification for recruitment of Group D posts will be 10th Pass or ITI or equivalent
Selection procedure will consist of written test followed by PET (Physical Efficiency Test) of candidates found successful in written test followed by Medical examination and Document Verification.
a.Question paper for the Written Test shall be based on Class 8th standard consisting of 150 multiple choice (four) objective type questions aimed to assess general knowledge/awareness, mathematics and reasoning etc.
b.No question shall be asked for checking proficiency in language.
c.Question paper should be entirely objective and shall be printed in Hindi, English and regional language(s).
d.The duration of the Written Test shall be 2 hours.
e.Written examination will be held on the same day simultaneously by all the railways.
f.Question Paper will be set by Deputy Chief Personnel Officer (Recruitment) and sent to Private Agencies (Specialized in confidential printing) for printing.
g.Duplicate type OMR sheets shall be procured from the printer (specialized in such printing) in which answers to questions are to be given by the candidates.
h.Question paper shall be printed with questions jumbled in four to five series.
i.Call letters will be posted under certificate of posting, at least one month prior to the date of examination.
k.Answer scripts shall be readable on Optical Mark Reader (OMR) and evaluation of answer scripts shall be on computers.
l.Result of Written Examination will be declared based on the Evaluation Agency’s Report and scrutiny of the records.  Minimum pass marks will be 40% for General candidates, 30% for SC/ST and OBC candidates.
m.One mark shall be deducted for three wrong answers.
n.Result of written examination will be tabulated in the order of merit of candidates.upcomming group-D raiway jobs
Out of those who have obtained the prescribed minimum pass marks in the written test will be called for PET in order of merit separately for each group of General, SC, ST & OBC as follows:
If the number of vacancies is less than or equal to 1500  number of persons to be called for PET should be 4 times
If the number of vacancies is greater than 1500 the number of persons to be called for PET should be 3 times.
Call letters will be issued to eligible candidates to appear in PET.
Physical Efficiency Test [PET] will be qualifying in nature and criterion for the same will be as under:
Male/Female Candidates
For male:.Should be able to run for a distance of 1500 metres in 6 minute in one chance.
For female:. Should be able to run for a distance of 400 metres in 3 minutes in one chance.
The entire proceeding of PET will be video recorded so as to ensure transparency and the identification of bonafide candidates taking part in  PET.
Physical Efficiency Test will be held in the Divisions of the concerned Railway.
PET will be supervised by Selection Committee of three Assistant Scale Officers nominated by DRM.
20% candidates over & above the number of vacancies will be called for verification of the original educational/caste certificate(s) and other relevant documents of the candidates. 
Panels will be based strictly on merit position obtained in written examination(subject to qualifying PET and Medical Examination).
Currency of panel shall be for a period of two years from the date of publication.  General  Manager may, however, extend the life of the panel by one year in case of administrative exigencies.
Panel finalized by RRC-Railway Recruitment Cell shall be equal to number of vacancies only.
Replacement panels  shall include only such number of reserved /un-reserved candidates as have not the turned up as per original panel. latest railway recruitment 2013
Deputy Chief Personnel Officer (Recruitment) shall allot each successful candidate the Division/Unit after taking into account his merit position and preference of Division/Unit etc.