Central Railway Recruitment 2013-14 against Scouts and Guides Quota

Central Railway job 2013Central Railway Recruitment 2013 : Central Railway has announced a railway recruitment notification against Scouts and Guides Quota in various Group C & D vacancies.interested railway job aspirants must read this notification and fill central railway application form in prescribed format on or before 19th August 2013. Candidates must see below for getting more details about this CR notification.

RECRUITMENTMENT DETAILS
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NAME OF POST:Central Railway vacancy 2013
Group C: 02 posts
Group D: 08 posts
NUMBER OF VACANCY :10 posts 
ELIGIBILITY CRITERIA
*Minimum Educational Qualification :Candidates applying for group C & D Jobs in Central railway must be passed in 10th /ITI or Equivalent from recognized institution.
*Age Limit and Relaxation:For Group C candidate’s age should be in between 18 to 30 years.
For Group D Job seekers age should be in between 18 to 33 years.
PAY SCALE:Group C: Rs. 5200 - 20,200 with Grade Pay of Rs. 1900/-.
Group D: Rs. 5200 - 20,200 with Grade Pay of Rs. 1800/-.
EXAMINATION FEE:Applicants need to pay fee of Rs. 100/- for general and OBC category candidates in the form of Demand Draft/Bank Draft, for more information must read official notification. No fee for SC/ST/PH category candidates.
MODE OF SELECTION :Railway job aspirants are selected on the base on written test followed by Interview.
HOW TO APPLY
Applicants must fill application form on A4 size good quality form in prescribed format and attached require documents, affixed pass port size photograph and attested signature at provided place. Application should be filled by the candidate in his/her own hand writing. Application should be reached at recommend address published in the official notification which is mention below.
TENTATIVE DATES:19-08-2013
DATE OF EXAM:19-10-2013
IMPORTANT LINKS:
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ABOUT THE ORGANISATION
It all began one fine summer day on 16 April 1853. It was a single step of 34 kilometers from "Boree Bunder" (now Chhatrapati Shivaji Terminus) to "Tannah" (now Thane). G.I.P. Railway’s first train ever to run on the Indian soil rolled out and changed the history of India, forever. It also marked the dawn of the Railway Age in Asia - the world’s largest continent.