Northern Railway Sports Association Recruitment 2013 for sports quota jobs

Northern Railway Sports job 2013
Northern Railway Vacancy 2013:  Northern Railway has invited the application for against the recruitment notification for filling up the 21 Posts of vacancies in sports quota for different grade pay under the pay band -1 through RRB.Candidates interested in northern railway job must read this northern railway recruitment 2013 notification and fill northern railway application form till 16 September 2013.For more details about Northern Railway Sports Association Recruitment 2013 given below.

REFERENCE NUMBER:Employment News of 31 Aug 2013 to 06 Sep 2013
NAME OF POST:Recruitment of sports quota in Northern Railway Sports Association
Group A
  • Wrestling (Free Style men)- 01 Post
  • Wresting ( Greeco Roman) (Men)- 03 Posts
  • Kabaddi (Men)- 02 Posts
  • Boxing (Men) -02 Posts
  • Hockey(Men)- 04 Posts)
  • Wt. Lifting (Men)- 01 Post
  • Rife Shooting (Men/Women)- 02 Posts)
Group B
  • Cricket (Women)- 03 Posts
  • Hockey (Women)- 03 Posts
* Minimum Educational Qualification :Candidates applying for sports quota job in northern railway must have graduate degree for the posts in Grade pay Rs.2800/2400/- and must be matriculation / ITI / equivalent for the post in pay grade Rs. 2000/ 1900/-.
* Age Limit and Relaxation:Applicants age must be between 18-25 years. Age will be counted on 1st January 2013. Relaxation in age will be applied according to the government rules.
EXAMINATION FEE:Candidates need to pay Application fee of Rs. 60/- for the Post in Grade pay Rs.2800/2400/- and Rs. 40/-, for the post in grade pay Rs.1900/2000/- in the form of Indian Postal Order in favour of Northern Railway Sports Association, New Delhi.
MODE OF SELECTION :The Candidates will be called for Interview after the sports performance.
The Candidates have to northern railway recruitment 2013 application form download from Fill form properly in accurate manner and send it with all relevant documents / certificates to the following address: “Administrative officer, Northern Railway Sports Association, Room No. 7 (G), Annexe –II, Building, Baroda House, New Delhi-110001”
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Or Refer Employment News of 31st August 2013 to 06th September 2013
Northern Railway Sports Association,
Room No. 7 (G), Annexe –II, Building,
Baroda House, New Delhi-110001”
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