RRC NWR Jaipur Recruitment 2013-14 for Group D jobs Apply Online

RRC JAIPUR jobs 2014RRC Jaipur Group D jobs 2013-14: Railway Recruitment Cell (RRC) Jaipur, North Western Railway has posted employment notification for the recruitment of 917 post of Group D jobs of Trackmen, Helper, Gate man & Other Posts. Eligible candidates can apply Online or Offline from 14-12-2013 to 13-01-2014. For More details about  North Western Raiwlay Group D jobs given below…

REFERENCE NUMBER:03/2013(GP-1800 RRC NWR) Date: 14-12-2013
NAME OF POST:Recruitment of RRC Group D jobs in North Western Raiwlay Jaipur 2013-14
1. Trackman: 423 Posts
2. Traffic Khallasi/Points man: 117 Posts
3. Gate Man: 06 Posts
4. Helper/Khallasi: 200 Posts
5. Helper/Khallasi/Safaiwala/H.A: 171 Posts
* Minimum Educational Qualification :Applicants applying for RRC Group D jobs in NWR must Complete minimum 10 pass or ITI or equivalent at the time of applying. Applicant having Higher educational qualification can also apply.
* Age Limit and Relaxation:Candidates age should be 18–33 years for UR, 18–36 years for OBC and 18–38 years for SC/ ST as on 01-01-2014. Age relexations are applicable as per the rules.
EXAMINATION FEE:Candidates need to pay Rs. 100/- (SC/ST, Ex-Servicemen, Persons with Disabilities, Women, Minority communities and Economically Backward Classes re exempted from payment of Examination Fees.
Mode of Payment:
  • For Online:For the candidates applying online for RRC Jaipur Group D jobs -After registering the application online, the candidate (other than those specifically exempted), can take print out of challan and remit the examination fee either in any branch of State Bank of India or SBBJ or any of the Post Offices.RRC GROUP D RAILWAY JOBS
  • For Offline: For the Candidates applying Offline (Manually) should be paid in the form of crossed Indian Postal Order form any Post Office drawn in favour of “Assistant Personnel Officer (Recruitment) Railway Recruitment Cell, NWR Jaipur.
MODE OF SELECTION :Candidates will be selected based on written Examination followed by Physical Efficiency Test and Medical Examination.
Eligible candidates can apply through online/ Offline from the official web site http://www.iroams.com/ or www.nwr.indianrailways.gov.in from 14-12-2013 to 13-01-2014 or send the application form by downloading them from the web site filling it on an A4 size plain paper, enclose copy of certificate attested by a Gazetted Officer, Demand Draft on or before 13-01-2014 and for far flung areas on or before 28-01-2014.MORE RRC JOBS 2013-14
  • Opening Date for Commencement of Online Applications: 14-12-2013.
  • Last Date for Submission of Online/ Offline Applications: 13-01-2014.
  • Last Date for Submission of Offline Applications for far flung areas: 28-01-2014.
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Railway Recruitment Cell (RRC) Jaipur,
North Western Raiwlay
1.Keep ready your certificates, your valid e-mail address and your mobile phone.
2.Log on to www.iroams.com or www.nwr.indianrailways.gov.in and follow the instructions.
3.Fill in the columns, indicating the details pertaining to you. Submit the application confirm the details.
4.Enter the DTP (One Time Password) which you will get as e-mail in your e – mail address.
5.Take a printout of the pre-printed challan (in which all details of the applicant are available
6.Candidate need not fill any details) of either State Bank of India, S.B.B.J orPost Office and pay the fee (This is not required for categories exempted from paying fees).
7.You can take printout of the acknowledgment and keep as record for having submitted your application.
North Western Railway came being on 1st October, 2002. It was carved out of 2 divisions each from Northern and Western Railways. The formation of this zone along with five other new zones was first approved by Railway Board on 16th September, 1996 and foundation stone for this zone was laid on 17th October 1996 by the then Prime Minister Shri H.D. Deve Gowda at K.P. Singh Stadium, Jaipur. The impetus for formation of New Zone came with the Government of India notification no. 97/E&R/700/1/Notification dated 14.06.2002 wherein it was decided that North Western Railway with its jurisdiction over existing Jaipur and Ajmer divisions of Western Railway and Jodhpur and Bikaner divisions of Northern Railway was to come into effect from 1.10.2002.Consisting of four divisions, this railway has a total of 578 stations covering a total of 5449.29 route kms out of which 2575.03 are broad guage and 2874.23 are metre guage. The total track kilometers of this railway, however, are 6559.546 kms. The four divisions are Ajmer, Bikaner, Jaipur & Jodhpur. Jaipur & Ajmer divisions were originally part of Western Railway and Bikaner & Jodhpur were part of Northern Railway. The total number of trains dealt by North Western Railway amounts to 452 out of which BG trains total 264 and MG trains total 188.Jaipur Division – This division was formed after merging parts of BB&CI, Jaipur State Railways and Rajputana Malwa Railway, Jaipur Division serves the states of Rajasthan, Uttar Pradesh and Haryana. Being a predominately passenger earning division (84.92% of its earning is by way of passenger traffic), it deals primarily with cross traffic consisting of fertilizer, cement, oil, salt, food grains, oil seeds, lime stone and gypsum traffic.