CLW RECRUITMENT 2014REFERENCE NUMBER:GMA/School/G/152(Dup)Pt.II.
NAME OF POST:Recruitment of Craft Teacher in Chittrajan Locomotive Works
PGT, PRT, Craft Teacher
NUMBER OF VACANCY : 20 posts
ELIGIBILITY CRITERIA* Minimum Educational Qualification :2nd Class Master Degree in concerned subject. (b) Must have University Degree/ Diploma in Education/teaching or integrated two years Post Graduate Course of Regional College of Education of NCERT. (c) Competence to teach through the medium of instruction mentioned.
* Age Limit and Relaxation:20 to 45 yrs( Relaxable 05 years for SC/ST)(as on 01.7.14)
EXAMINATION FEE:No application fee
MODE OF SELECTION :Candidates would be selected based on their performance in written examination, performance test & interview.
HOW TO APPLYThe willing candidates may report for the “WALK IN INTERVIEW” to one of the above mentioned venues at 10.00 hours, with an application along with all certificates/mark sheets/testimonials including Caste certificate, (if any) IN ORIGINAL and true attested copies along with two recent passport size photographs. In the event of any wrong information / fake certificates/testimonials etc., the candidates will be liable to betaken- up under Govt. of India’s law in force.
- PGT (Various disciplines) :05-03-2014
- Pry.Teacher (Hindi/English Medium) :06-03-2014
- Craft Teacher :07-03-2014,
- Venue :Technical Training Centre/ CLW/Chittaranjan
- Time : 10.00 Hrs. to 17.00 Hrs.
- Reporting time: 08.00 AM , Candidate reporting after 10.00 hrs. are not allowed.
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Chittrajan Locomotive Works
IMPORTANT INSTRUCTIONS FOR THE CANDIDATES(a)The eligible candidates should attend the Walk-in-interview to be held as indicated above along with application in prescribed proforma enclosed and attested copies of supporting documents of eligibility along with original and 01 passport size photograph duly attested by the Gazetted Officer pasted in the first page of application.
(b) Age will be calculated as on 01.07.2014
(c) SC/ST/OBC candidates have to submit caste certificate obtained from competent Authority, failing which they will not be allowed to appear “Walk –in interview”.
(d) The engagement, if selected, is purely on contract basis and the consolidated payas indicated above will only be paid and no any other facilities including Housing, Pass,
Medical is admissible except emoluments. The contract will be terminated as and when the candidates recruited by Rly. Recruitment Board join or end of the Academic Session or administration decide to terminate the engagement according to the need of school whichever is earlier. Their contract will also be terminated if their performance is found unsatisfactory during the period of their working in the Rly. Schools.
ABOUT CLWCLW manufactures electric locomotives -25 kv ac loco with three phase ac drive, 25kv ac locomotive with dc drive. it is one of the largest Electric Locomotive manufacturer in the world. CLW also manufactures AC & DC Traction motors, Switch gears/Control gears, Bogies cast & fabricated, Wheel sets & Steel casting. Chittaranjan Locomotive Works (CLW) has been named after the great freedom fighter, leader and statesmen Deshbandhu Chittaranjan Das .The production activity started on 26th January, 1950 the day when India became Republic. The initial product of Chittaranjan Locomotive Works was Steam Locomotive . In the period 1950-1972 Chittaranjan Locomotive Works turned out a total number of 2351 Steam Locomotives. Chittaranjan Locomotive Works (CLW) is a dream of the nations visionaries, coming true. The planners of the Nation with their deep insight and foresight set out to build a Loco building Factory in West Bengal and CLW is the culmination of that vision. In the late thirties, a committee consisting of M/s. Humphries and Shrinivasan was appointed to investigate the possibility of establishing a locomotive manufacturing unit and to consider its economic viability. The initial project, at Chandmari, a place near Kanchrapara, in the state of West Bengal, could not mature due to partition, which inevitably necessitated a change of site.