Different profiles Indian railways
Indian railway is considered as the biggest job provider in world. The Indian railway network is divided into 17 different zones geographically. Here we are giving you details information about division of railway jobs, and which job profile will be given in which departments through which exam.
The railway recruitment board divides all the jobs into 4 major categories as given below.
The employees who are selected under group A and group B are Gazette officers.
The candidate can be selected in railways by clearing one of the following three exams.
Therefore looking up all these profile, the candidate should choose first where he/she wants to do job and then apply for that exam. All the exams are conducted by UPSC.
The maximum age limit for giving the exam is 30 years. The candidate must be graduate from a recognized university. Those candidates who are in their final year of graduation can also apply for the exams and jobs.
The complete details about pay-scale and remuneration facilities and detailed job profile will be published during the announcement of advertisement by the railway recruitment board on their official website. All the Indian railways recruitment notices are published in employment newspaper also along with official website.
There will be only a written exam under the selection process. No interview will be there,(Written Exam tips) however if the number of candidate who are appearing for preliminary written exam is large then a main exam will also be conducted. The final selection is entirely based on the performance of main exam (Railway Preparation Books).
All shortlisted candidates have to go through a medical test under group C and group D categories.
At the end wishing you all the very best for your exam and upcoming results.
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