East Coast Railway Bhubaneswar Recruitment 2013 for Ex-Servicemen jobs

ECR Ex-Servicemen Recruitment 2013 : East Coast Railway published a railway recruitment notification to invites applications from Ex-Servicemen for filling up the vacancies of 300 Helper and Token Porter posts.Interested Candidates may apply through prescribed application format only on or before  29 Jul 2013. More details about East Coast Railway Bhubaneswar Ex-Servicemen jobs given below.

NAME OF POST:East Coast Railway Ex-Servicemen Vacancy details 2013
1.Helper : 284
2. Token Porter : 16
*Minimum Educational Qualification :Candidates applying for job in East Coast Railway should have been passed Army Class-I certificate or equivalent with 15 years of service.
*Age Limit and Relaxation:Candidates age should be 33 years for UR candidates, 36 years for OBC candidates, 38 years for SC/ ST candidates & extent of Military service plus 3 years for all posts as on 01-07-2013.
EXAMINATION FEE:No examination fee.
MODE OF SELECTION :The Applicants should  be selection will be done through Medical Fitness, Physical efficiency test, Interview and written test.
Eligible railway job aspirants who fulfill the required qualification must submit their East Coast Railway application forms in prescribed format. Application forms must be reached on or before 29th July 2013. Application form complete in all respects and must send by ordinary post along with all relevant documents and certificates photocopies to the given below address: “Dy. Chief Personnel Officer (Recruitment), Personnel Department, 2nd Floor, South block, Rail Sadan, PO Mancheswar, Bhubaneswar, Odisha-751017”
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East Coast Railway Bhubaneswar
Personnel Department,
2nd Floor, South block,
Rail Sadan, PO Mancheswar,
Bhubaneswar, Odisha-751017”
(i) Applications not fulfilling any of the terms and conditions given in this notification shall be summarily rejected.
(ii) Applicant should possess the requisite Army Class-I certificate or equivalent as on the date of notification.
(iii) Ex. Servicemen who have already joined any Govt. Service on civil side after availing of the benefits given to them as ex-servicemen cannot claim ex-servicemen status for the purpose of this recruitment.
(iv) Discrepancies in the application submitted would render the candidate ineligible at any time during the selection.
(v) SC/ST candidates will be eligible for free rail travel in second class for attending verification
of original documents.
(vi) Application should reach the designated address mentioned at Para-7 on or before the closing date and time indicated in this notification.
(vii) Railway administration shall not be responsible for any postal delays.
(viii) Late applications would be summarily rejected.
(ix) Applicants are advised to check the list of eligible / ineligible candidates which will be published on East Coast Railway website address www.eastcoastrail. indidanrailways.gov.in. No other intimation of rejection would be communicated to the rejected candidates.
(x) The recruitment process is based purely on the basis of the total length of military service of the candidates. Canvassing in any form will attract disqualification. (xi) Candidates may download recruitment notification and application form available on East Coast Railway website address www.eastcoastrail.indidanrailways.gov.in
(xii) East Coast Railway, Bhubaneswar reserves the right to cancel the candidature of any candidate at any stage of recruitment for any discrepancy / misconduct / false declaration etc.

Consequent upon the parliament’s approval , East Coast Railway was first out of the seven new zones to be inaugurated by the then Hon’ble Prime Minister of India Sri H.H. Devegowda on 08.08.1996. The Officer-on-Special Duty took over charge of the newly declared Zone on 16th September,1996. Initially, only one division namely Khurda Road was attached to this railway. Subsequently, however, when the zone became fully operational with effect from 01.04.2003, this railway was carved out of the erstwhile South Eastern Railway, comprising of three divisions viz. Khurda Road, Waltair, & Sambalpur. In the process, the history repeated itself. The present East Coast Railway is a truncated version of the earlier East Coast Railway that was opened to traffic more than a century back i.e. on 1st November 1888. Long after i.e. on 01.08.1955, the Bengal Nagpur Railway (B.N.R) was separated from the combined East Zone to constitute the South Eastern Railway with the administrative jurisdiction extending over six divisions namely, Nagpur, Bilaspur, Chakradharpur, Kharagpur, Adra, Khurda Road. Thereafter, Waltair division came under its fold in October, 1962 with Palasa-Visakhapatnam(ML- single Line), Raipur-Vizainagaram(RV) single line and Bolangir-Titlagarh (Single line). After formation of Sambalpur division in April, 1994, the jurisdiction of Raipur-Vizainagaram (RV) line in Waltair division was curtailed and left with ex-Titlagarh-Vizainagaram .Subsequently, the newly constructed Sambalpur-Talcher line with a track length 154 Kms. was opened to traffic on 15.08.1998.