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About RRB Recruitment and Indian Railway Jobs
The RRB recruitment carries out the process of recruitment of candidates who have passed the examination conducted by the board.
The main responsibility of the board is announcing vacancies in the Indian Railways and recruitment.
The RRB Recruitment The Indian Railways is a mammoth organization; therefore, for better management of this great organization, it has been divided into 17 zones.
The RRB recruitment is carried out in four levels; A and B group levels belong to the gazetted ranks and groups C and D to the non-gazetted level.
The employees in these levels belong to the officer cadre levels which includes both technical as well as non-technical.
The top ranking officers belong to Group A and their recruitment is done by the Union Public Service Commission.
Candidates who clear the written examination move on to a group discussion or personal interview.
The Civil Services Examination and the Combined Engineering Service Examination conduct the recruitment.
Recruits from Group C are promoted to Group B.
Recruitment to the C level is done by RRBs of various zones.
The divisional rank officers conduct the conscription for Group D.
Zonal Structure and Recruitment Rules Each of the railway zones is under a General Manager.
The zones are divided into several divisions; its head is the Divisional Railway Managers or DRMs.
The officers of different departments in the divisions are under the DRMs.
The station masters come below the divisional officers.
Although the recruitment for railway jobs is done by the various zones and the divisions, the regulations and supervision is by the Ministry of Railways or the Central Railway Board.
As such, the recruitments and functions are clearly defined for the RRBs as well as the divisional officers.
Vacancies which arise in a zone or even in the divisions can be filled at that level itself, it is not necessary for approval from higher authorities.
Indian Railway Jobs The RRB examination is the responsibility of the different RRBs all over India.
Only Indian citizens can sit for these examinations.
If a candidate clears the examination and the personal interview, he will qualify for the various posts offered.
Recruitment notices for railway jobs are put up in the employment newspapers and also in their websites.
For junior levels there are various jobs such as commercial apprentices, traffic apprentices, goods guard, junior level accounts assistant and typist, senior clerk, station master, traffic assistant etc.
There are also jobs in the engineering sector of Indian railways such as junior and senior level section engineers and chief depot supervisor.
As and when vacancies arise, candidates will be notified.