RPF GORAKHPUR ADMIT CARD 2013
As Per Revised Employment Notice No.01/2011 there are total 11952 RPF jobs has been released by the NE Railway/Gorakhpur & Coordinating Nodal/ RPF Gorakhpur 2013. According to railway recruitment notification examination will be held on the 16th June, 2013 so all the applicants who have applied for railway examination they have to download their admit card or the call letter before the last date.admit card is the compulsory things because admit card contains important information about the applicants. In the admit card candidates can find out their name, roll number, examination venue and seat number etc.
RPF ADMIT CARD 2013 DETAILSWithout admit card or the hall ticket applicants will not be able to entertained in the examination hall so it is very essential to download the admit card. In other word we can say that it is the get pass for the applicant while he or she is going to give the examination.
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LATEST RAILWAY JOBS 2013
Here, Our portal provides all the details about the Railway Admit card links and Examination date so that candidate can get more details about Railway examination 2013.
IMPORTANT DATES:Exam date of RPF Constable Gorakhpur : 16 - 06 - 2013
IMPORTANT LINKS:RPF Gorkahpur Admit Card / Call Letter Link:
ADDRESS OF RRB GORAKHPURRailway Recruitment Board,
Railway Station Road
Gorakhpur - 273012
ABOUT THE ORGANISATIONApril 16, 1853, was a public holiday in Bombay. Throughout the early afternoon, throngs of holiday makers could be seen making their way to Bori Bunder from where wafted strains of music, rendered by the Governor's personal band. Shortly before 3.30 p.m., 400 privileged personalities of the city climbed aboard the center of the day's festivities - the 14 gleaming carriages of the Great India Peninsula Railway, coupled behind a small steam engine, named the FalklandAt the stroke of the half-hour, the driver of the Falkland opened the engine valves, as his fireman shoveled vigorously. The Falkland breathed heavily, enveloping bystanders in a cloud of steam. The driver reached for the whistle chord, the crowd cheered lustily and the boom of the first volley of a 21 gun salute resounded through the moist heat of the afternoon. A final toot of the whistle, a final snort from Falkland and India's first railway train edged forward, puffing and hissing and groaning through the 35 kilometers to Thana.