Indian Railway Recruitment 2020

Indian Railway Recruitment 2020

North Central Railway Recruitment 2020. North Central Railway (NCR) has released the notification for the Act Apprentice posts on 28 May 2020. Online mode applications only will be accepted. Indian Railway Recruitment 2020 apply online link is available on below the post.

Interested candidates can start to apply online from 01 June 2020 till 15 July 2020. All the details that you need to know about Indian Railway Recruitment 2020 can be found below. Candidates will be selected based on Merit(No exam,no interview). The last date to apply online for Indian Railway Recruitment is 15 July 2020.

Overview of Indian Recruitment 2020

Name of the OrganizationNorth Central Railway (NCR)
Number of Vacancies196
Name of PostAct ApprenAct Apprenticetice
Starting date of application01 June 2020
Closing date of application15 July 2020
Job LocationJhansi
Application Mode Online

Vacancy Details of Indian Railway Recruitment Recruitment 2020

TradeNo of Vacancies
Welder (Gas & Electric)50
Mechanic Machine & Tool Maintenance13

Age Limit for Indian Railway Recruitment 2020

CategoryMinimum AgeMaximum Age
For General15 Years24 Years
For SC/ST15 Years29 Years
For OBC15 Years27 Years
For Physically Handicapped15 Years34 Years

Educational Qualification for Indian Railway Recruitment 2020

Name of the PostRequired Qualification
Act ApprenticeThe candidate must have passed 10th class examination or its equivalent (under 10+2 system) with minimum 50% marks and ITI passed certificate in relevant trade from a recognized Industrial Training Institute to affilated NCVV. certificate issued by principal will not be accepted.

Pay Scale for Indian Railway Recruitment 2020

Name of the PostSalary
Act ApprenticeAs per instructions issued by Railway Board from time to time.

Application Fee for Indian Railway Recruitment 2020

CategoryApplication FeePortal Fee
For GeneralRs.100/-Rs.70/-
SC/ST/PH/FemaleNo feeRs.70/-

Selection Process for Indian Railway Recruitment 2020

  • Selection will be made as per the automatic generated merit list as per instructions contained North Central Railway Headquarters.

Important Links for Indian Railway Recruitment 2020

Official NotificationClick Here
Apply OnlineClick Here
Official WebsiteClick Here

About North Central Railway

North Central Railway is known as the Workhorse of Indian Railways which spreads across three divisions viz Prayagraj, Jhansi and Agra, It extends from Ghaziabad (excl.) in the north to Mughalsarai (excl.) in the east on New Delhi Howarah trunk route and from Palwal (excl.) to Bina (excl.) on New Delhi Mumbai/ Chennai corridor. Rightly referred to as heartbeat of Indian Railways, North Central Railway span over parts of UP, Haryana, Rajasthan and Madhya Pradesh with about 3062 route km. of BG comprising predominately, double line- electrified sections defining the sides and diagonals of the Golden Quadrilateral.

The North Central Railway, in its present form, came into existence on 1 April 2003. The North Central Railway present network extends over a large area of North Central India, covering the states of Delhi, Uttar Pradesh, Madhya Pradesh, Rajasthan and Haryana.

By December 2017, railways for the first time installed 6,095 GPS-enabled “Fog Pilot Assistance System” railway signalling devices in four most affected zones, Northern Railway zone, North Central Railway zone, North Eastern Railway zone and North Western Railway zone, by doing away with the old practice of putting firecrackers on train tracks to alter train divers running trains on snail’s pace. With these devices, train pilots precisely know in advance, about the location of signals, level-crossing gates and other such approaching markers.

The zone spreads across three divisions viz Allahabad, Jhansi and Agra. It extends from Ghaziabad (excl.) in the north to Mughalsarai (excl.) in the east on New Delhi-Howrah trunk route and from Palwal (excl.) to Bina (excl.) on New Delhi Mumbai/Chennai corridor. North Central Railway span parts of UP, Haryana, Rajasthan and Madhya Pradesh with about 3062 route km of BG comprising predominately double line- electrified sections defining the sides and diagonals of the Golden Quadrilateral.[3] NCR consists of 202 main line stations & 221 branch line stations. This zone forms a corridor for trains almost directions viz. East to north and north to east a total of 29 pairs of mail-express trains daily west/south to north and north to south/west total 37 pairs of M/Exp. Trains daily east to Southwest and southwest to east a total of 25 pairs of Mail/Express trains daily East to West & West to East a total of 12 pairs of Mail/Express Trains Daily.

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