Railway RRB recruitment process has begun for Junior Engineer, Depot Material Superintendent and Chemical & Metallurgical Assistant posts. Candidates in the age group of 18-33 years who fulfill the educational qualification set by railways can register online at RRB portals on or before January 31. Candidates should note that they can't change the RRB once they have registered for the recruitment. 'You will not be allowed to modify RRB after registration. You are advised to visit the vacancy table on the Home page and confirm the availability of vacancies for your educational qualification and reservation,' says the official update.
Direct Links For RRB JE Recruitment
- RRB Ahmedabad
- RRB Ajmer
- RRB Allahabad
- RRB Bangalore
- RRB Bhopal
- RRB Bhubaneswar
- RRB Bilaspur
- RRB Chandigarh
- RRB Chennai
- RRB Guwahati
- RRB Kolkata
- RRB Mumbai
- RRB Muzaffarpur
- RRB Secunderabad
- RRB Siliguri
- RRB Thiruvananthapuram
Candidates will be allowed to complete the application form till February 7.
During online registration candidates must submit the options for their posts and RRB.
The last date for paying exam fees offline is February 4 and for online payment it is February 5. Candidates belonging to general category should pay Rs 500 as exam fees, for others the fees is Rs 250.
Through the third centralized employment notice of the year, released on December 29, Indian Railways has announced more than 14000 vacancies in Junior Engineer, Depot Material Superintendent and Chemical & Metallurgical Assistant posts. However a day later the national transporter slashed the vacancies by almost 4%. Now the total vacancies are 13487.
Candidates will be selected on the basis of two computer based tests and document verification. The computer based test will be held in Assamese, Bengali, Gujarati, Hindi, Kannada, Konkani, Malayalam, Manipuri, Marathi, Odiya, Punjabi, Tamil, Telugu and Urdu languages as well. However considering the errors in question paper translation in the recent railway exams, the boards have said that, 'in case of any difference/ discrepancy/dispute in the Questions between English and the opted language, the content of English version shall prevail.'
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