APDCL Recruitment 2018

APDCL Recruitment 2018

Name of the Post: APDCL Various Vacancies Online Form 2018 Post Date: 16-08-2018 Latest Update: 26-09-2018 Total Vacancy: 1957 Brief Information: Assam Power Distribution Company...

SDMC Recruitment 2018

166 Teacher Job Location: India Delhi Job Type: Full-time Hiring Organization: South Delhi Municipal Corporation Date Posted: 2018-08-03 Last Date:...

HPSC Recruitment 2018

HPSC Recruitment 2018: - Haryana Public Service Commission, Manager, H.C. (Formerly BR) and other affiliate...

Indian Bank Recruitment 2018

Indian Bank Recruitment 2018: Indian Bank has issued notification for recruitment to PO (Probationary Officer)...

RRB Recruitment 2018: RRB Group C exam 2018

Indian Railway has said on Monday that more than 71 percent of the candidates taking...

Indian Railways is a national transport owned by Government of India. Indian Railways have ranked fourth in the world in terms of its railway network in different parts of India. Moreover, Indian railways are the biggest railway network of Asia. Apart from that, it also gives a job opportunity to the number of the job seekers through the railway recruitment. In fact, Indian Railways are the eighth largest railway recruitment has 1331 million of employees. Every year Indian railways issue IR notification for the recruitment of the employees. You know that first train had started from 21 km stretch of Thane to Bombay (Now Mumbai). The train carried 400 guests in it.
The first section of Indian Railway had started to the traffic of the public with the inauguration of the railway transport in Indian subcontinent’s eastern side. During that time of the British rule, Lord Dalhousie was the governor general and that time the trains used to run on railway engines of coal. Actually, the Indian railway system started by Britishers so that they can exploit the Indian resources to carry the raw materials to the different Indian ports located in the different parts of the country. Presently around 12000 trains daily travel in different parts of India. Moreover, Railways are the lifeline of the Indian people for freight and passengers taking to different parts of the country.
For the recruitment of the candidates in the railways, Railway Recruitment Board (RRB) has formed that conducts the examination for the recruitment for different posts and then select the candidates for the different posts in the railways. In fact, Railway Recruitment Board (RRB) founded on 27 April 1988 and it is under the ownership of Ministry of Railways and RRC. Moreover, the main objective of the RRB is that formulating polices and observing all the procedures for the recruitment in the Indian Railways. In addition to, every year RRB conducts preliminary recruitment exam. Then, the candidates who clear the preliminary examination go the main examination. After that, the interview is the final round of selection for the employees to recruit in Indian Railways. In fact the railway officials of the Railway Ministry take the final round of the interview of the candidates. Apart from that the examination process, the recruitment has done various categories like Loco pilot, Stationmaster, Ticket Checker, Goods Guard and a lot more.
You need to work hard to clear the railway exam. Moreover, it is the excellent opportunity for the government job aspirants to get a secure job. For the examination preparations, you need to attempt mock test on a daily basis. After giving the mock exam do the proper analysis of your strengths and weakness that can be useful for you to clear the exam.