RAILWAY RECRUITMENT DETAILSREFERENCE NUMBER:NER/RRC/D/2/2010 Dt. 15-12-2010
NAME OF POST:NER Northern Eastern Railway Recruitment 2013 for Group D jobs
Ex Servicemen : 273 posts
NUMBER OF VACANCY : 273 posts
ELIGIBILITY CRITERIA* Minimum Educational Qualification :Applying Aspirants must have 15 years of Service and must have passed Army Class-I certificate or equivalent if you are interested to apply.
* Age Limit and Relaxation:
For general candidates: 33 years + extent of Military Service + 3 years
For SC/ST Candidates: 38 years + extent of Military Service + 3 years
For OBC Candidates: 36 years + extent of Military Service + 3 years
* Pay Scale: pay scale of Rs 5200 – 20200/- with grade pay of Rs 1800/-
EXAMINATION FEE:no application
MODE OF SELECTION :Candidates will be selected based on Written Examination and Physical Efficiency Test.
HOW TO APPLYInterested and eligible job fighters may apply for this recruitment by downloading the application form from the official website of the organization which is www.indianrailways.gov.in. Fill the application form correctly in your hand writing, put your signature and paste your recent photograph in the specific place, attach all the relevant documents of education, age proof, caste certificate etc. Super scribed the envelope with “Application for recruitment against ex-serviceman Quota” and send it to the following address on or before the last date which is 03rd September 2013.Application for recruitment against Ex-Serviceman Quota” to the following address: “The Assistant Personal Officer/Recruitment, Railway Recruitment Cell, N.E Railway, CCM Annaxe Building, Railway Road No. 14, Gorakhpur (UP)-273012”
TENTATIVE DATES:Last Date for receipt of applications: 03-09-2013
For Far Flung Areas: 18-09-2013
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Railway Recruitment Cell,
Northern Eastern Railway (NER),
CCM Annaxe Building,
Railway Road No. 14,
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 Falkland At 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. Almost six years later, on March 3, 1859, the first Railway Line in North India was laid between Allahabad and Kanpur. This was followed, in 1889, by the Delhi - Ambala - Kalka line. From these modest beginnings, the Indian Railways have grown to become the world's largest network under a single management, covering 7000 stations spread over 62,725 route kilometers and 1,07,360 track kilometers, carrying over 11 million passengers and over one million tonnes of freight every day Administratively, the Indian Railways have been divided into nine zones, each headed by a General Manager and further sub-divided into 56 divisions, each headed by a Divisional Railway Manager.Northern Eastern Railway was erstwhile a grand Three-divisional Varanasi, Izzatnagar and Lucknow.