Indian Railways, one of the largest rail networks in the world recruits large number of personnel in various cadres Indian Railways is divided into zones, which are further sub divided into divisions. These zone and divisions have technical and non-technical departments to which recruitment are done through Competitive exams.
Staff are classified into gazette (Group A and B) and Non gazette (Group C and D) employees. The recruitment of Group A Gazetted Employees is carried out by the Union Public service Commission through Exams conducted by it The Recruitment to Group C and D employees on the Indian Railways is Done Through 19 Railway Recruitment Boards which are Controlled by the Railway Recruitment Control Board (RRCB) The Training of all cadres is entrusted and shared between six centralized training Institutes.
Recruitment to group A service in various departments of Railways are made through Competitive Examination held by the Union Public Service commission mainly the exams are as under
Indian Railway Organizational Structure is divided into 17 zones which are further sub divided into various city wise divisions
Written Test: Written Test is conducted in the different examination centers where the knowledge of candidates about the English Language, General knowledge, Mathematics is examine by the examination committee of Indian Railways
Medical Exam: Medical Exam or Medical Test is conducted to check the health and physically capabilities of candidates
Personal Interview: The Purpose behind Conducting personal Interview to meet the candidate face to face and having communication with him /her which can define the knowledge of that candidates and the ability of presentation.
Merit List: At last after considering the all these 3 steps marks score, the Merit list is prepared which shows the Name of the selected, suitable and deserving candidate for the posts The Appointment Letter is given to the candidate to join this biggest network of India Railways and the initial Six months is the month of Training and after successfully completion of training a candidate get Permanent job.
Gazetted (Group 'A' and 'B') and Non-Gazetted (Group 'C' and 'D') in 19 RRBs:-
Group 'A' Posts : Group A posts is carried out by UPSC - appointed through Civil Service Exam, Engineering Service Exam, and Combined Medical Service Examination.
Group 'B' Posts : this posts are not open to directly. The Group B posts link Section Officers Grade - upgraded posts from Group 'C' railway employees on deputation basis.
Group 'C' Posts : Technical and Non-Technical cadre posts like Clerk, Station Master, Ticket Collector, Commercial Apprentice, Traffic Apprentice, Engineering posts (Civil, Mechanical, Electrical, Signal & Telecommunication) etc.
Group 'D' Posts : these posts in various disciplines include Trackman, Helper, Assistant Points Man.
Other Posts : ITI Apprentices, Sports Quota, Cultural Quota, Scouts and Guides Quota etc.
There are lots of posts, which come under the technical cadres in railway like station master, signal and mechanical inspectors, motormen and drivers. So all these positions are required special qualification and training. So railway appoints technical staff. Railway Recruitment boards (RRB) held written exams and interview to recruit technical staff in different zones
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