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RAILWAYS

The Indian railways are broadly divided and sub-divided into zones, divisions and departments, each controlling a particular function. Every division has a certain number of technical and non-technical departments, which form the base structure on which the railways function. Technical departments include civil, technical and mechanical engineering, signalling and telecom, and several others dealing with similar disciplines, while the non-technical departments include general services such as accounts, personnel management, Railway protection Force (RPF) or security and traffic services, among others. Each department has staff at various levels. The highest are the Group A officers, while the lowest in rank are the Group D staff members.

Group A UPSC – Group A officers are recruited by UPSC
Civil Service Examination – Indian Railway Traffic Service (IRTS) and the Indian Railways Accounts Service (IRAS)
Combined Engineering Service – Indian Railway Service of Engineers (IRSE),
Indian Railway Service of Electrical Engineers (IRSEE),
Indian Railway Services of Signal Engineers (IRSSE) and Indian Railway Store Service (IRSS)
Group B
Group B officers are directly promoted from Group C.
Group C
Group C officers are recruited through the Railway Recruitment Board (RRB).

The 19 Railway Recruitment Boards (RRBs) have been functioning as prime recruiting agencies for all Zonal Railways, Production Units and other extra Zonal units of the Indian Railways. Each Railway Recruitment Board is catering to the recruitment needs of the specified jurisdiction on the Railways. However, there is no regional or linguistic distinction for recruitment to any post as far as eligibility of the candidates is concerned. Any citizen of India fulfilling the recruitment criteria can compete for any post without any regional or linguistic limitations. The Group C posts include assistant station masters, drivers, motormen, guards, signal and mechanical inspectors. Here again, staff are divided into technical and non-technical staff.

Recruitment to the non-technical categories in Class III services, i.e., Clerks, Assistant Station Masters, Ticket Collectors, Train Clerks, Traffic Apprentice, Goods Guards etc., is done through direct recruitment to these categories by a competitive examination conducted by the Railway Recruitment Boards. These Boards are located at Allahabad, Ahmedabad, Ajmer, Chandigarh, Jammu, Gorakhpur, Patna, Guwahati, Calcutta, Bhubaneswar, Chennai, Thiruvanthapuram, Bangalore, Secunderabad, Mumbai, Bhopal, Malda, Ranchi, etc. The Boards advertise the vacancies through a combined advertisement in Newspapers/ Employment News and conduct both written examinations and interviews.The employment notification is also published on the web sites of the railway boards as well as leading newspapers of different areas. If number of candidates is large, the candidates who qualify in the preliminary exam are called for the main written exam, and the merit list is prepared based entirely upon the result of the main exam. In most categories of jobs, there is no interview after the written examination. For a very few specific categories there is a viva after the written exam, while for certain other categories there is a skill test. For categories related to operational safety, there will be a psychological test.

A comprehensive view of the kind of posts, their educational qualifications required, pattern of examination, etc. is mentioned below.

COMMERCIAL APPRENTICE
Minimum Educational Qualification: A Degree in any discipline or its equivalent.
Age Limit : 18 -33 years.
Exam Pattern : Two stage written exam , followed by verification of documents. No Interview.

TRAFFIC APPRENTICE
Minimum Educational Qualification: A Degree in any discipline or its equivalent. Age Limit : 18 -33 years.
Exam Pattern : Two stage written exam , followed by verification of documents. No Interview.

ENQUIRY cum RESERVATION CLERK
Minimum Educational Qualification: A Degree in any discipline or its equivalent. Age Limit : 18 -33 years.
Exam Pattern : Two stage written exam , followed by verification of documents. No Interview.

GOODS GUARD
Minimum Educational Qualification: A Degree in any discipline or its equivalent. Age Limit : 18 -33 years.
Exam Pattern : Two stage written exam , followed by verification of documents. No Interview.

JUNIOR ACCOUNTS ASSISTANT cum TYPIST
Minimum Educational Qualification: A Degree in any discipline or its equivalent. Preference will be given to persons with I and II Div. Honours & Masters Degree. Typing proficiency @ 30 wpm in English or @ 25 wpm in Hindi.
Age Limit : 18 -33 years.
Exam Pattern : Two stage written exam, Qualifying Typing Test, followed by verification of documents. No Interview.

SENIOR CLERK cum TYPIST
Minimum Educational Qualification: A Degree in any discipline or its equivalent.
Typing proficiency @ 30 wpm in English or @ 25 wpm in Hindi.
Age Limit : 18 -33 years.
Exam Pattern : Two stage written exam , Qualifying Typing Test, followed by verification of documents. No Interview.

ASSISTANT STATION MASTER
Minimum Educational Qualification: A Degree in any discipline or its equivalent.
Desirable Qualification: Diploma in Rail Transport & Management, Transport Economics, Multimodal Transport. Age Limit : 18 -33 years.
Exam Pattern : Single stage written exam , followed by Aptitude Test & verification of documents. No Interview.

TRAFFIC ASSISTANT
Minimum Educational Qualification: A Degree in any discipline or its equivalent.
Desirable Qualification: Diploma in Rail Transport & Management, Transport Economics, Multimodal Transport.
Age Limit : 18 -33 years.
Exam Pattern : Single stage written exam , followed byAptitude Test & verification of documents. No Interview.

COMMERCIAL CLERK
Minimum Educational Qualification: Matriculation or its equivalent with not less than 50% marks. SC /ST / Ex.S /PWD candidates who have passed matriculation can apply irrespective of marks obtained by them. Candidates who possess higher qualification can apply irrespective of marks obtained by them in matriculation.
Age Limit : 18 -30 years.
Exam Pattern : Two stage written exam , followed by verification of documents. No Interview.

ACCOUNT CLERK cum TYPIST
Minimum Educational Qualification: Matriculation or its equivalent with not less than 50% marks. SC /ST / Ex.S /PWD candidates who have passed matriculation can apply irrespective of marks obtained by them. Candidates who possess higher qualification can apply irrespective of marks obtained by them in matriculation.
Typing proficiency @ 30 wpm in English or @ 25 wpm in Hindi.
Age Limit : 18 -30 years.
Exam Pattern : Two stage written exam , followed by typing test & verification of documents. No Interview.

TICKET EXAMINER / TICKET COLLECTOR
Minimum Educational Qualification: Matriculation or its equivalent with not less than 50% marks. SC /ST / Ex.S /PWD candidates who have passed matriculation can apply irrespective of marks obtained by them. Candidates who possess higher qualification can apply irrespective of marks obtained by them in matriculation.
Age Limit : 18 -30 years.
Exam Pattern : Two stage written exam , followed by verification of documents. No Interview.

JUNIOR CLERK cum TYPIST
Minimum Educational Qualification: Matriculation or its equivalent with not less than 50% marks. SC /ST / Ex.S /PWD candidates who have passed matriculation can apply irrespective of marks obtained by them.
Candidates who possess higher qualification can apply irrespective of marks obtained by them in matriculation.
Typing proficiency @ 30 wpm in English or @ 25 wpm in Hindi.
Age Limit : 18 -30 years.
Exam Pattern : Two stage written exam , followed by typing test & verification of documents. No Interview.

TRAINS CLERK
Minimum Educational Qualification: Matriculation or its equivalent with not less than 50% marks. SC /ST / Ex.S /PWD candidates who have passed matriculation can apply irrespective of marks obtained by them.
Candidates who possess higher qualification can apply irrespective of marks obtained by them in matriculation.
Age Limit : 18 -30 years.
Exam Pattern : Two stage written exam , followedby verification of documents. No Interview.

Nature of Exam
The written examination for selection to the above mentioned posts consists of questions from the following subjects: Arithmetic, General Ability, General English, and General Awareness. There are multiple choice objective type questions.The duration of the examination will be 1½ to 2 hours with approximately 100 to 120 questions. All Railway Recruitment Board (RRB).
All Railway Recruitment Board (RRB) functioning under the Ministry of Railways, Government of India. It is primarily responsible for vacancy notices and recruitment of candidates on all India for working and supervisory staff (Group ‘C’ & ‘D’). Railway Recruitment Boards of various zones have different RRBS website URL and they publish vacancy advertisement, Examination dates, and results on their website. We have complete details about all RRB of different zones to find your vacancy details, recruitment examination results etc