RAILWAY RECRUITMENT DETAILSNAME OF POST:Recruitment of Contract Medical Practitioners in Chittaranjan Locomotive Works
Contract Medical Practitioners
i. UR: 04 Posts
ii. OBC: 01 Post
iii. SC: 01 Post
NUMBER OF VACANCY : 06 posts
ELIGIBILITY CRITERIA*Menimum Educational Qualification :Candidates must possess M.B.B.S & have completed one year rotating internship with valid State Medical Council/ Medical Council of India Registration for GDMO and P.G qualification/ Diploma/ Degree in the concerned specialty recognized by MCI for Specialists.
*Age Limit and Relaxation:Candidates age should not exceed 50 years and 65 years for Railway Retired doctors as on 01-07-2014. The upper age relaxation is 05 years for SC/ ST and 03 years for OBC candidates.
EXAMINATION FEE:No application fee
MODE OF SELECTION :Candidates will be selected based on performance in Interview.
HOW TO APPLYEligible candidates can attend the interview along with duly filled applications in prescribed format, two passport size photographs duly attested, original and attested copies of all relevant certificates in support of age, qualification, experience etc, held at CPO Chamber/ GM Office/ CLW/ CRJ on 30-06-2014.
TENTATIVE DATES:Time of Reporting: 11.00 hrs.
Date of Interview: 30-06-2014.
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Chittaranjan Locomotive Works
ABOUT THE ORGANISATIONChittaranjan Locomotive Works (CLW) is a dream of the nation?s 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. The issue of setting up a loco building unit continued to be under active consideration of the Central legislature and in December, 1947, the Railway Board decided to locate the factory at Chittaranjan, near Mihijam. On the 9thof January 1948, survey of the proposed area was commenced. The rocky soil was an advantage in erecting foundations for heavy structural work and the undulating terrain solved the problem of drainage for the township while the schemes of the DVC which envisaged hydro-electric and thermal power stations in the vicinity assured adequate power availability for the enterprise.. The locoworks originally called ?Loco Building Works? was initially established for production of 120 average sized steam locomotives with the capacity to manufacture 50 spare boilers. Production of steam loco commenced on 26th January, 1950. The first President of India, Dr. Rajendra Prasad dedicated the first steam locomotive to the nation on 1st November, 1950 and on the same day the Loco Building Factory was rechristened and named after the great Patriot, Deshbandhu Chittaranjan Das and became Chittaranjan Locomotive Works. Apart from meeting the growing and varied needs of Indian Railways, CLW has been right from inception, adopting modern designs and upgrading technology, gradually enhancing the haulage capacities and speeds of locomotives.