Rail Wheel Factory Recruitment 2014 for Visiting Specialist jobs

Recruitment in RWF
RWF Recruitment 2014 : Rail Wheel Factory, Ministry of Railways has given a notification 2014 for 03 posts of Honorary Visiting Specialist (Doctors) vacancies in the fields of General Medicine, General Surgery and Ophthalmology. Eligible candidates can send their applications on or before 30th April 2014. More details about  Rail Wheel Factory  Visiting Specialist jobs given below…

 POST NAME:Recruitment of Visiting Specialist jobs in Rail Wheel Factory
  • General Medicine: 01 Post
  • General Surgery: 01 Post
  • Ophthalmology: 01 Post
*Minimum Educational Qualification :Candidates must possess P.G Diploma/ P.G Degree in the relevant subject from a recognized university with relevant experience and Post Doctoral qualification D.M/ M.Ch or equivalent for Super Specialists.
*Age Limit and Relaxation:Candidates age should be between 30 years to 50 years as on date of publication.
EXAMINATION FEE:No application fee
SELECTION PROCESS:Candidates will be selected based on CVs/ Applications and by Screening of Papers.
Eligible candidates may send their biodata along with relevant testimonials in support of qualification, experience etc addressed to the Chief Medical Officer, Railway Hospital, Rail Wheel Factory, Yelahanka, Bangalore 560064 on or before 30-04-2014.
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Rail Wheel Factory,
(Ministry of Railways)
Yelahanka, Bangalore-560064
(a) The candidate must hold minimum Post Graduate Diploma/Post Graduate Degree in the relevant subject from a recognized university. For Super specialists the minimum
qualification will be Post Doctoral qualification DM/MCh or equivalent.
(b) He/She should have minimum of 3 (three years) experience in the professional work related to concerned speciality after obtaining Post Graduate Degree (or) Post Graduate Diploma holders with 5 (five) years experience in the professional work related to concerned speciality after obtaining Post Graduate Diploma.
(c) The specialist doctor must have earned reasonable amount of popularity and confidence in the City/Town.
(d) He/She must have proven abilities as judged by local reputation, publications and attachments.
(e) The preferred age profile of the candidate is between 30 years to 50 years.
(f) Super specialist with higher qualification are also preferred.In addition they will have to come to the Hospital whenever called in for emergency on any day, including Sunday and Off day and at any time of the day.
(g.) They will be eligible for one set of 1st class complimentary pass for self and family per year,valid over Indian Railways & Konkan Railway and one set of 1st class conference pass for self only per year.The selection is based on collection of the CVs/Applications of specialists in the above fields from those who express interest to work as Honorary Visiting Specialists in Railway Hospital/RWF/YNK and by screening of papers received from the doctors.Willing specialists may send their Bio-data along with the testimonials in support of their qualifications, experience, etc., to the Chief Medical Officer, Railway Hospital, Rail WheelFactory, Yelahanka, Bangalore-560064, to reach by 30.04.2014.
Till early 1980s Indian Railways was importing about 55% of requirement of wheels and axles. Indigenous capacity was available only at Tata Iron & Steel Company [TISCO] and Durgapur Steel Plant [DSP]. The TISCO plant was technologically not capable of meeting the changing requirement of wheels and axles for the new designs of rolling stock and production was discontinued. DSP was only able to partially meet Indian Railways’ needs.The cost of imports was high with prices rising in the world market. Financing of imports, delays in supplies and limited availability of foreign exchange adversely affected wagon production and rolling stock maintenance. It was in this context that in the early 1970s the Railway Ministry felt the necessity for setting up a new specialized Production Unit for manufacture of rolling stock wheelsand axles as import substitute. The ultimate objective was that DSP and the Rail Wheel Factory [RWF, formerly Wheel & Axle Plant] should be able to totally meet Indian Railways requirement for standard wheels and axles so that their import could be stopped.An extensive study was made of the latest technology and equipment available globally possibility of collaboration and foreign exchange requirement. Based on this study the Rail Wheel Factory project was conceived in the mid 70s with IR deciding to:Adopt the cast wheel technology developed by M/S Griffin Wheel CO., USA for wheel manufacture. American Railroads have been using cast wheels for freight operations while European Railways use forged wheels. Adoption of cast wheel technology was found more suitable as the productivity of the plant is higher and cost of production lower as compared to forged wheels.