DFCCIL Recruitment 2013-14 for Consultant Social jobs

Recruitment in DFCCIL
DFCCIL Vacancy 2013-14: Dedicated Freight Corridor Corporation of India Limited (DFCCIL) has posted employment notification for the recruitment of Consultant Posts on contract basis. Intrested candidates can send applications in the prescribed format within 30 days from the date of publication in the Employment News. For More details about DFCCIL Consultant Social jobs given below…

NAME OF POST:Recruitment of Consultant Social jobs in Dedicated Freight Corridor Corporation of India Limited
Consultant (Social): 02 Posts
*Menimum Educational Qualification :The candidate should possess Master Degree in Sociologr/Political Science/Economics /Social Work/Rural Management/ Urban and Regional Planning.
*Age Limit and Relaxation:30 years to 65 years
EXAMINATION FEE:No application fee
MODE OF SELECTION :The applicants fulfilling the eligibility criteria will be short listed and will be called for an intercut at the DFCCIL's Corporate office at New Delhi.
Interested candidates can send applications in the prescribed format with photocopies of all the relevant documents along with a short write up (500 words) explaining why she/ he is most suited candidate for this assignment enclosed in the envelope super scribed with the name of the post applied for must reach GGM/ HR, DFCCIL, 5th Floor, Pragati Maidan Metro Station Building Complex, New Delhi-110001 within 30 days from the date of publication in the Employment News. Candidates must produce original documents of all required certificate, proof of identity and residence, employer certified last pay slip, caste certificate and two recent passport size photographs at the time of interview.
TENTATIVE DATES:Date of Issue of Advt in the Employment News paper: 16 to 22-11-2013.
Last Date of Submission of Application: Within 30 days from the date of publication in the Employment News
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Dedicated Freight Corridor Corporation of India Limited (DFCCIL)
(A Govt. of India Enterprises)
Sth Floor, Pragati Maidan Metro station nuiidlng complex,
New Delhi -11OOO1
The Indian Railways' quadrilateral linking the four metropolitan cities of Delhi, Mumbai, Chennai and Howrah, commonly known as the Golden Quadrilateral and its two diagonals (Delhi-Chennai and Mumbai-Howrah), adding up to a total route length of 10,122 km carries more than 55% of revenue earning freight traffic of IR. The existing trunk routes of Howrah-Delhi on the Eastern Corridor and Mumbai-Delhi on the Western Corridor are highly saturated with line capacity utilization varying between 115% and 150%.The rapid growth of Indian economy in the last few years has created demand for additional capacity of rail freight transportation, and this is likely to grow further in the future. This burgeoning demand led to the conception of the dedicated freight corridors along the Eastern and Western Routes. Hon'ble Minister for Railways, made this historic announcement on the floor of the House in the Parliament while presenting the Railway Budget for 2005-06.In April 2005, the Project was discussed at the Japan-India Summit Meeting. It was included in the declaration of co-operation signed between the Hon'ble Prime Ministers of India and Japan for a feasibility study and possible funding of the dedicated rail freight corridors by Japanese Government. The feasibility study report was submitted to Ministry of Railways in October 2007.In the meanwhile, Ministry of Railways initiated action to establish a Special Purpose Vehicle for construction, operation and maintenance of the dedicated freight corridors. This led to the establishment of "Dedicated Freight Corridor Corporation of India Limited (DFCC)", to undertake planning & development, mobilization of financial resources and construction, maintenance and operation of the dedicated freight corridors. DFCC was incorporated as a company under the Companies Act 1956 on 30th October 2006.As the dedicated agency to make the vision into reality, DFCCIL's mission is:To build a corridor with appropriate technology that enables Indian railways to regain its market share of freight transport by creating additional capacity and guaranteeing efficient, reliable, safe and cheaper options for mobility to its customers.To set up Multimodal logistic parks along the DFC to provide complete transport solution to customers.To support the government's initiatives toward ecological sustainability by encouraging users to adopt railways as the most environment friendly mode for their transport requirements.The Eastern Dedicated Freight Corridor with a route length of 1839 km consists of two distinct segments: an electrified double-track segment of 1392 km between Dankuni in West Bengal & Khurja in Uttar Pradesh & an electrified single-track segment of 447 km between Ludhiana (Dhandarikalan) - Khurja - Dadri in the state of Punjab and Uttar Pradesh. Due to non - availability of space along the existing corridor particularly near important city centers and industrial townships, the alignment of the corridor takes a detour to bypass densely populated towns such as Mughalsarai, Allahabad, Kanpur, Etawah, Ferozabad, Tundla, Barhan, Hathras, Aligarh, Hapur, Meerut, Saharanpur, Ambala, Rajpura, Sirhind, Doraha and Sanehwal. Since the origin and destinations of traffic do not necessarily fall on the DFC, a number of junction arrangements have been planned to transfer traffic from the existing Indian Railway Corridor to the DFC and vice versa. These include Dankuni, Andal, Gomoh, Sonnagar, Ganjkhwaja, Mughalsarai, Jeonathpur, Naini/Cheoki, Prempur, Bhaupur, Tundla, Daudkhan, Khurja, Kalanaur, Rajpura, Sirhind and Dhandarikalan. The following table depicts the distance traversed through each state.