Central Railway Recruitment 2014 for Sports Quota jobs

Recruitment in Central Railway Central Railway Sports Quota jobs 2014-15 : Central Railway has invited application for Central Railway employment notification 2014 for 05 Posts of Group 'D' posts against Sports Quota jobs vacancy,Intrested applicants can apply on or before : 08-09-2014,For more details about Central Railway Sports quota jobs given below..
REFERENCE NUMBER:NGP/P.841/Rectt/Sports/2014-15/1
NAME OF POST:Recruitment of Sports Quota  jobs in Central Railway
Group 'D' posts against Sports Quota
1. Badminton (Men) : 01 Posts
2. Hockey (Men) : 01 posts
3. Athletic (Men) : 02 posts
4. Swimming (Men) : 01 posts
*Menimum Educational Qualification :Pass in SSC / Matriculation or ITI or equivalent.
Sports Eligibility: The minimum sports norms for recruitment of sports person against sports quota through open advertisement in PB-I, GP 1800/- shall be as under:- Represented the country in any of the category-C championships/events OR at least 3rd position in Federation Cup Championships (Senior category) OR represented a state of equivalent unit, except in Marathon and cross country in senior/youth/junior national championships OR at least 3rd position in senior state championships for all units and districts of the state.
*Age Limit and Relaxation:Candidates age limit should be between 18 to 25 years as on 01/01/2015. No age relaxation is permissible.
EXAMINATION FEE:The candidate has to send a crossed Indian Postal Order or Bank Demand Draft for Rs.40/- drawn in favour of 'Sr.Divisional Finance Manager (Sr.DFM) Nagpur', payable at Nagpur. SC/ST candidates are exempted from the examination fee.
MODE OF SELECTION :Eligible Candidates will Be Selected Based on Their Performance In Written Exam, Personality Test and Interview .
Eligible candidates are required to send hard copy of application along with relevant testimonials (Mentioned In Detailed Advertisement) to the following Address before or on 08-09-2014.Address -Senior Divisional Personnel Officer, Nagpur division, Central Railway, Divisional Railway Manager's office, Kingsway, Nagpur, Pincode-440001 .
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Senior Divisional Personnel Officer,
Nagpur division, Central Railway,
Divisional Railway Manager's office,
Kingsway, Nagpur, Pincode-440001
The Great Indian Peninsular (GIP) Railway, came into existence o­n April 16, 1853, when the first train o­n the Indian Sub-continent steamed off from Mumbai to Thane, a modest stretch of o­nly 33 kms. Central Railway was carved out of erstwhile GIP Railway o­n November 5, 1951.  Central Railway covers a large part of the state of Maharashtra and parts of North-Eastern Karnataka and Southern Madhya Pradesh. It is a system with a network of 3905.47 route kilometres and 5975.33 track kilometres linking 477 stations in five divisions i.e Mumbai, Pune,  Bhusawal, Nagpur and  Solapur . Central Railway is the leading passenger carrying system. It carries more than 4 lakh passengers every day to each nook and corner of the country through Mail/Express/Passenger trains. Mumbai Suburban Train System is the life line of the Metropolitan City.  More than 3 million passenger travel every day in 1618 suburban trains, moving across 77 stations. 44 suburban services are operated o­n Pune-Lonavla section in Pune division. The Mumbai Suburban System of Central Railway extends from Chhatrapati Shivaji Terminus to Kalyan (54 Kms.), where it bifurcates into 2 directions, o­ne to Kasara (121 Kms) and the other to Khopoli (114 Kms.).Central Railway is also distinguished for its Neral - Matheran Line (Narrow Gauge line), which links Neral with the enthralling hill station of Matheran in the Western Ghats, o­n the Mumbai-Pune main line. Deccan Queen, Punjab Mail, Gitanjali Express, Hussain Sagar Express and Pushpak Express are the few prestigious trains run by Central Railway.The freight business is the major source of revenue for the Indian Railway. Major commodities carried o­n Central Railway over its network are Coal, Imported Coal, Cement, Petroleum products, Indigenous Fertilisers, Sugar, Containers, and o­nion etc.