Eastern Railway Recruitment 2015 for Apprentice jobs

Eastern Railway Recruitment
Eastern Railway Recruitment 2015 : Eastern Railway has given a latest notification 2015 for the recruitment of 579 posts of Apprentice jobs in different treades. Intrested applicants can apply on or before : 04-05-2015. For more details about Eastern Railway Apprentice jobs given below...
NAME OF POST:Recruitment of Apprentice jobs in Eastern Railway
Subject wise Vacancy Details:

1. Electrician
2. Mechanic (Diesel)
3. Painter
4. Electronics Mechanic
5. Instrument Mechanic
6. Fitter
7. Welder
8. Machinist
NUMBER OF VACANCY :  579 posts
Menimum Educational Qualification :candidates should have passed 10+2 with ITI certificate allotted by NCVT/SCVT in relevant trade. 
Age Limit and Relaxation:Applicants should have minimum of 15 years and maximum of 24 years as on 01-07-2015. Age relaxation to the reserved category candidates will be applicable as per Govt. Rules.
EXAMINATION FEE:Candidates need to pay Rs.40/- for General category candidates and No fee for SC/ST reserved category candidates. The application fee should be remit through Postal order in favour of FA &CAO, Eastern railway, Kolkata.
MODE OF SELECTION :Applicants will be selected on the basis of performance in test and interview.
Eligible candidates can download prescribed format application form at official website fill the application form as per guidelines given in the official notification and enclose the necessary documents and send to the below mentioned address on or before last date 04-05-2015.Address: The Factory Personnel Officer,Eastern Railway,Jamalpur PIN-811214Munger District
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The Factory Personnel Officer,
Eastern Railway,
Jamalpur PIN-811214
Munger District
On 15th August 1854, East Indian Railway (EIR)’s first train ran from Howrah to Hooghly, a distance of 24 miles. Regular services were introduced from that day, with stops at Bally, Serampore and Chandannagore.In 1862, EIR extended upto the west bank of Yamuna on its way to Delhi. In 1864, in a bid to connect Calcutta and Delhi, trains started running between the two cities without any bridge on Yamuna by ferrying the coaches on boats across the river at Allahabad. In 1865 the Yamuna Bridge at Allahabad opened. In 1867 EIR branch line extended from Allahabad to Jubbalpore.After the Government of India took over the management of EIR in 1925, it was splitted into six divisions — Howrah, Asansol and Dinapore known as the lower divisions and Allahabad, Lucknow and Moradabad known as the upper divisions.Eastern Railway (ER) was formed on 14th April, 1952 by integration of the East Indian Railway (EIR) consisting of Sealdah, Howrah, Asansol and Danapur Divisions and the entire Bengal – Nagpur Railway (BNR). The jurisdiction of ER extended from Howrah to Mughalsarai in the North, upto Visakhapatnam in the South and upto Nagpur in the Central area. The three Upper divisions of E.I.R. were added to Northern Railway.