North Eastern Railway Recruitment 2014 for 67 Apprentice jobs

North Eastern Railway  job 2014
North Eastern Railway Recruitment 2014 : North Eastern Railway has issued an employment notification for the recruitment of 67 posts of Apprentice Posts. Eligible candidates can send their applications on or before 15-03-2014. For more details about NER Apprentice jobs 2014 given below.

NER GROUP-D RECRUITMENT 2014

NAME OF POST:Apprentice jobs in North Eastern Railway 2014

1. Fitter: 27 Posts
2. Machinist: 04 Posts
3. Welder: 04 Posts
4. Fojing and Heat Treatment: 14 Posts
5. Carpenter: 03 Posts
6. Turner/ general: 06 Posts
7. electroplater: 01 Post
8. Painter/ general: 01 Post
9. Armechar Vander: 01 Post
10. Foundryman: 05 Posts
11. Mechanic (MV): 01 Post

NUMBER OF VACANCY :  67 Posts
ELIGIBILITY CRITERIA

* Minimum Educational Qualification :Candidates should possess ITI (NCVT Certificate).
* Age Limit and Relaxation:Candidates age should be 15 to 22 years. Relaxation will be applicable as per the rules.

EXAMINATION FEE:No application fee

MODE OF SELECTION :Candidates will be selected based on performance in Written Test & Personality Test/ Interview.
HOW TO APPLY
Interested applicants can send their applications to Chief Works Manager/Signal Factory, Northeast Railway, Gorakhpur Camp (UP), Pin: 273008 on or before 15-03-2014. The envelope should be superscribed with Applicants Name and Act Apprentice.

TENTATIVE DATES:15-03-2014

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OFFICIAL ADDRESS:
North Eastern Railway
Gorakhpur Camp (UP), Pin: 273008
ABOUT THE ORGANISATION

In 1875, a 45 mile rail line from Dalsingsarai to Darbhanga reached out to famine affected areas and became the cornerstone in the history of the North Eastern Railway.
North Eastern Railway came into existence on 14th April 1952, when two complete railway systems viz. Oudh Tirhoot Railway & Assam Railway and Fatehgarh district of Old Bombay, Baroda and Central India Railway were merged into one system and was inaugurated by the first Prime Minister of India Pt. Jawahar Lal Nehru. It stretched from Achnera near Agra in the West to Ledo near the border of West Bengal in the East.On 15th January 1958, it was divided into two Railways (i) the North East Frontier Railway and (ii) the North Eastern Railway with headquarter at Gorakhpur, comprising of five divisions viz. Izatnagar, Lucknow, Varanasi, Samastipur and Sonepur.On 1st October, 2002, Sonepur and Samastipur divisions of North Eastern Railway were merged with the newly created zone East Central Railway having its headquarter at Hajipur. Presently, North Eastern Railway has three divisions having headquarters at Varanasi, Lucknow and Izatnagar. This Railway, being a passenger oriented system, provides reliable transportation facility to the people of Uttar Pradesh, Uttaranchal and Western Bihar and also gives and impetus to the socio-economic and cultural development of the region.This Railway also caters to the transportation needs of neighbouring country Nepal.The North Eastern Railway system passes through the states of Uttar Pradesh, Bihar and Uttarakhand and runs from West to East. Most of the system is situated north of river Ganga and traverses through basin of river Ganga and touches Nepal border at number of places such as Nepalganj Road, Barhni, Nautanwa, Raxaul Jn, Jaynagar etc.