Central Railway RPF Recruitment 2013 for Constable jobs

Railway Protection Force RecruitmentRPF Constable Recruitment 2013 : Railway Protection Force has issued railway recruitment notification for  recruitment of Constable Posts. interested candidates may apply through prescribed application format only on or before 10 july 2013 . For more details Railway Protection Force Constable jobs given below.

RPF RAILWAY RECRUITMENT DETAILS
REFERENCE NUMBER:01/2013 DATED 27/05/2013
NAME OF POST:Recruitment of Constable in Railway Protection Force
1. Trombone: 01 post
2. Euphonium: 01 post
3. Tenor Saxophone: 01 post
4. Clarinet: 03 posts
5. Bass: 01 Post
NUMBER OF VACANCY :  07 Posts
RPF ELIGIBILITY CRITERIA
*Minimum Educational Qualification :Candidates applying for rpf job in Indian Railway should be Matriculation pass or equivalent examination conducted by a recognised Board; and (ii) 2 years experience in operational use of specific musical instrument. Ex-servicemen holding certificate in military music shall be permitted.
*Age Limit and Relaxation:18 to 27 years.
*Salary :Rs.5200-20200 Grade Pay Rs.2000/- with various allowances as applicable from time to time.
EXAMINATION FEE:A Fee of Rs.50/- (No Fee for SC/ ST) payable through Bank Draft/ IPO in favor of Financial Advisor and Chief Accounts Officer (FA & CAO), Central Railway, Mumbai CST.
MODE OF SELECTION :Candidates will be selected on the basis of written test,Trade test,Document verification and followed by medical test and Interview .
HOW TO APPLY FOR RPF JOB 2013
RPF Application forms can be downloaded from Indian Railways official website www.cr.indianrailways.gov.in, taken from the Employment News or other relevant newspapers. The application forms may be submitted on A4 size bond paper using one side only and sent to Chief Security Commissioner/RPF, Post Box No. 12 GPO, Mumbai CST-400 001. (b) The applications should be filled in by the candidates only in Hindi or English in their own handwriting with signature in normal handwriting and left hand thumb impression of candidates. Applications signed in capital letters/spaced out letters will be treated as invalid. (c) Coloured photograph (3.5 cms x 4.5 cms) should be pasted at the appropriate place with clear front view of the face without cap and sunglasses.
TENTATIVE DATES:15-07-2013
IMPORTANT LINKS:
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OFFICIAL ADDRESS: 
Railway Protection Force (RPF),
Central Railway, Mumbai-400001 (Maharashtra)
IMPORTANT INSTRUCTIONS FOR THE CANDIDATES:
ABOUT THE ORGANISATION
The Great Indian Peninsular (GIP) Railway, came into existence o­n April 16, 1853, when the first train o­n the Indian Sub-continent steamed off from Mumbai to Thane, a modest stretch of o­nly 33 kms. Central Railway was carved out of erstwhile GIP Railway o­n November 5, 1951.   Central Railway covers a large part of the state of Maharashtra and parts of North-Eastern Karnataka and Southern Madhya Pradesh. It is a system with a network of 3905.47 route kilometres and 5975.33 track kilometres linking 477 stations in five divisions i.e Mumbai, Pune,  Bhusawal, Nagpur and  Solapur .Central Railway is the leading passenger carrying system. It carries more than 4 lakh passengers every day to each nook and corner of the country through Mail/Express/Passenger trains. Mumbai Suburban Train System is the life line of the Metropolitan City.  More than 3 million passenger travel every day in 1573 suburban trains, moving across 77 stations. 40 suburban services are operated o­n Pune-Lonavla section in Pune division.  The Mumbai Suburban System of Central Railway extends from Chhatrapati Shivaji Terminus to Kalyan (54 Kms.), where it bifurcates into 2 directions, o­ne to Kasara (121 Kms) and the other to Khopoli (114 Kms.). Central Railway is also distinguished for its Neral - Matheran Line (Narrow Gauge line), which links Neral with the enthralling hill station of Matheran in the Western Ghats, o­n the Mumbai-Pune main line. Deccan Queen, Punjab Mail, Gitanjali Express, Hussain Sagar Express and Pushpak Express are the few prestigious trains run by Central Railway. The freight business is the major source of revenue for the Indian Railway. Major commodities carried o­n Central Railway over its network are Coal, Imported Coal, Cement, Petroleum products, Indigenous Fertilisers, Sugar, Containers, and o­nion etc.