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Railway Jobs 2016 Latest Indian Railway RRB/RRC Vacancies Notification

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Railway JobsCandidates, searching for Indian Railway Jobs, can get the latest Vacancies notifications of Railway Jobs executed by RRB / RRC from this page. You can obtain more information about Railway Jobs 2016 by staying connected to this page. The RRB invites applications from different sections time to time to recruit the talented and eligible candidates.

Here on this page of we are providing you all the latest updates regarding Indian Railways vacancy. Candidates can check all the notifications of RRB/RRC Vacancies and apply for the suitable post according to their qualification and eligibility on or before the last date.

Indian Railway or RRB is one of the largest Railway sectors which recruit eligible candidates to fill up various vacancies in different department. Indian Railways conducts written examination for the recruitment of candidates on various posts like Clerk, Station Master, Commercial Apprentice, Traffic Apprentice, Trackman, Helper, Assistant Loco Pilot etc. Each year large numbers of candidates apply for these exams but only few scored good marks. Those candidates who have a desire to be a part of railway have to face examinations conducted by RRB / RRC.

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Latest Railway Jobs 2016 / Railway recruitment notification

Organization Name Post Name No. of Post Last Date More Details
RRB Mumbai Junior Engineer & Others 597 5th August 2015 Get Details
Rail Coach Factory Sportsperson 08 17th August 2015 Get Details
Central Railway Sports Quota Vacancies 05 10th August 2015 Get Details
RRB Thiruvananthapuram SSE, JE 15 26th July 2015 Get Details
RRB Muzaffarpur SSE, JE 06 26th July 2015 Get Details
RRB Patna JE, DMS 51 26th July 2015 Get Details
RRB Gorakhpur SSE, JE 179 26th July 2015 Get Details
RRB Bhopal Various 167 26th July 2015 Get Details
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Indian Railways is separated into several regions, which are more sub-partitioned into divisions. Railway Recruitment Boards (RRBs) has many types of departments for recruitment of candidates on various Technical, Non-Technical and Para Medical Posts in Group A, B, C and D Cadres.

Railway Recruitment Posts

It consists of Gazetted and Non-Gazetted departments. Group ‘A’ and ‘B’ comes under gazetted while Group ‘c’ and ‘D’ falls under Non-Gazetted .

  • Group ‘A’ Posts: Group ‘A’ posts is carried out by UPSC and candidates are appointed through Civil Service Exam, Engineering Service Exam, and Combined Medical Service Examination.
  • Group ‘B’ Posts: Section Officers Grade and upgraded posts from Group ‘C’ railway employees on deputation basis falls under this category.
  • 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) comes under group ‘c’ posts.
  • Group ‘D’ Posts: It includes Trackman, Helper, Assistant Points Man, Safaiwala / Safaiwali, Gunman, Peon etc.

Railway Recruitment Control Board (RRCB) is fully organized and operated by Government of India under Ministry of Railways. RRCB calls eligible Indian citizens to appoint them on various posts / vacancies through employment news, direct recruitment and by conducting competitive examinations every year.

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