Railway Recruitment 2018 Updates:
It is often seen that railway aspirants are often in dilemma and unfulfilled queries due to its sophisticated procedures or pattern and incomplete acknowledgement of qualifications or other such queries, but now Railway has a solution for it as it has updated two links for all the railway aspirants where they can freely and frequently asked their queries to be conversant and conformed.
Press Information Bureau, Government Of India has released updated notice regarding educational qualification, age limit and some other changes for the post of Group-D (Level 1) and ALP/Technician in Railway Recruitment Board. This move will facilitate more people to be a part of building New Railways for a New India.
Accordingly, Ministry of Railways has made changes with respect to certain criteria so that more aspiring candidates from all sections of society get opportunity to serve the nation by working for Indian Railways.
Total Posts: 89,409
CEN 01/2018 – Asst. Loco Pilot (ALP) & Technician(age in years)
CEN 02/2018 – Level-1 (erstwhile Group D)(Age in years)
Minimum educational qualifications for all Level I posts were class 10th or ITI or equivalent till July, 2017. In July, 2017 for many of these Level I posts, criteria was changed to class 10th and ITI or equivalent. This was not known the people in advance and was unfair to candidates who had been preparing over the past years for this recruitment. Candidates would have got a chance to acquire the required certifications and qualifications had they been given adequate advance notice. Therefore, it has now been decided that for this exam, criteria will be class 10th or ITI or equivalent, again. This will enable more candidates to apply for the posts and ensure wider participation. In addition, Railways has planned further training programmes to ensure better skills for staff.
Question papers to candidates will be provided in 15 languages – Hindi, English, Urdu, Assamese, Bengali, Gujarati, Kannada, Konkani, Malayalam, Manipuri, Marathi, Odia, Punjabi, Tamil and Telugu. This will ensure opportunities for candidates across India.
|Name of RRB||Local Language Choice (in addition to Hindi, English
|Ajmer (NWR)||Gujarati, Punjabi|
|Bangalore (SWR)||Kannada, Tamil, Telugu, Marathi, Konkani|
|Bhubhaneswar (ECOR)||Odia, Telugu|
|Bilaspur (SECR)||Marathi, Odia|
|Chennai (SR)||Tamil, Telugu|
|Guwahati (NFR)||Assamese, Bengali, Manipuri|
|Mumbai (CR)||Marathi, Gujarati, Kannada|
|Ranchi (SER)||Odia, Bengali|
|Secunderabad (SCR)||Telugu, Marathi, Kannada & Odia|
Candidates can now make signature in any language instead of only in Hindi or English. This will adequately reflect the diversity and plurality of India.