The Railway Recruitment Board (RRB) and the Railway Recruitment Cell (RRC) under the Indian Railways had sent out notifications inviting applications to fill in as many as one lakh vacancies in the railways. Taking the present scenario into account, the completion of the recruitment and hiring process can be expected to take over a year or even more. However, at the end of that duration, almost one lakh posts shall be filled up.
Reportedly, the recruitment process for RRB Group C is almost done with, while for the RRB Group D, the process is still in force for the post of Junior Engineer (JE), paramedical. The RRB had also released a notification allowing all those candidates who had applied for the position of Group C Assistant Loco Pilot (ALP) and specific technician posts to get their documents verified finally between 24th and 26th of September 2019. Selected candidates will fill up around 64,371 jobs and can expect a salary of Rs. 19,100 every month.
The results of the Physical Endurance Test (PET) of the candidates who had applied to Group D posts are out, and hence the appointment process has begun for them. All those who shall be finally selected can expect a starting salary of Rs. 18,000 a month. In the case of the RRC Group D posts, several applications have been rejected because of technical faults in their application forms. The candidates will be informed of their recruitment status very soon via SMS or e-mail.
The Computer Based Test (CBT), 2 for the post of RRB Junior Engineer, was conducted along with other jobs like Depot Material Superintendent (DMS) and Chemical and Metallurgical Assistant (CMA). The results for the same are expected to be out soon as the answer key has already been published. However, in case of the RRB NTPC 2019 recruitment exam, there is no information regarding the exam dates or admit card release due to delay in the JE recruitment process.
The list of shortlisted candidates who qualified the RRB Paramedical exam for paramedical and nursing employees’ posts has been published, and the documents verification process for the same has begun. Also, for the June-July slated recruitment exams for RRB’s ministerial and isolated posts, there is no notification or news. Candidates are advised to wait for any official notice to be published.
The recruitment process for the posts of Sub-Inspectors, Ancillaries and RPF Constables has come to an end, and the selected candidates are now being appointed to their respective posts. The ancillary post candidates can expect a salary of about Rs. 35,400 a month with allowances. Those who are selected for the post of Constable can expect a starting salary of Rs. 21,700 per month.