Railway Recuritment – 2019

Railway Jobs 2019-2020

Railway Jobs 2019-2020

Indian Railways(IR) is a national railway system operated by the Ministry of Railways. Indian Railways is in fourth place by managing the largest railway network in the world. In 1832 the first railway proposals were made for India in Madras. Red Hill Railway is the country’s first train built by Arthur Cotton to transport granite for road-building. In 1951, the regional zones began for Indian railways, when the Southern (14 April 1951), Central (5 November 1951) and Western (5 November 1951) zones were created.

Indian Railways is divided into 18 zones, headed by general managers who report to the Railway Board. The zones are further subdivided into 68 operating divisions, headed by divisional railway managers (DRM).

Railway Jobs 2019-2020

Northern Railway, North Eastern Railway, Northeast Frontier Railway, Eastern Railway, South Eastern Railway, South Central Railway, Southern Railway, Central Railway, Western Railway, South Western Railway, North Western Railway, West Central Railway, North Central Railway, South East Central Railway, East Coast Railway, East Central Railway, Kolkata Metro, South Coast Railway these are the 18 zones in Indian Railways.

Staff is classified into gazetted (Groups A and B) and non-gazetted (Groups C and D) employees. Group A employees are recruited by the Union Public Service Commission by conducting the exam. Group B employees are recruited by the promotion to the way of Group C employees. For Group C and junior engineers and depot superintendents, Railway Recruitment Board conducts the recruitment. Group C and D employees are recruited by 21 railway recruitment boards and cells, which are controlled by the Railway Recruitment Control Board (RRCB).

Railway Recruitment Control Board is organized by the government of India. There are 21 boards present in India. RRB mainly conducts the exam for Group C & RRC mainly conducts the exam for Group D.

Railway Jobs 2019-2020-RRB:

ALP& Technician- RRB recruits the ALP& Technician by conducting the computer-based exam. This exam is followed by two stages Aptitude Test and Document Verification.

RRB NTPC- To recruit Commercial Apprentice, Goods Guard, Traffic Apprentice, Traffic Apprentice, Traffic Assistant, Assistant Station Master, etc. Railway Recruitment Board conducts Non-Technical Popular Categories (NTPC) exam in all over India.

Railway Jobs 2019-2020

The recruitment process for Group A:

UPSC Non-Technical Services recruitment through Civil Services Examination

IRTS – Indian Railway Traffic Service
IRPS – Indian Railway Personnel Service
IRAS – Indian Railway Accounts Service
RPF – Railway Protection Force

UPSC Technical Services recruitment through Indian Engineering Services Examination

IRSE – Indian Railway Service Engineers
IRSEE – Indian Railway Service of Electrical Engineers
IRSME – Indian Railway Service of Mechanical Engineers
IRSS – Indian Railway Stores Service
IRSSE – Indian Railway Service of Signal Engineers

UPSC Medical Services recruitment through Combined medical Examination

IRMS – Indian Railway Medical Service

The recruitment process for Group B:

These Group B officers are the ones who are promoted from Group C recruits.

The recruitment process for Group C:

Group C posts are like the non-technical category consists of Assistant Station master, Clerks, Ticket collectors, Traffic Apprentice, etc.

The recruitment process for Group D:

There are a number of posts in Group D compared to the others like Assistant Point’s Man, Gunman, Trackman, Cleaners/Sweepers, Peon.