Wednesday, December 20, 2017

Railway Now To Complete Recruitment Procedure Within 6 Month



Railway Now To Complete Recruitment Procedure
In a meeting of GM on 24th November 2017 with Railway board Chairperson Ashwani Lohani almost immediately later than the derailment of the Vasco-Da-Gama-Patna Express, the zonal heads raised the issue of filling up of vacant posts in the railways, according to minutes of the meeting available with PTI.



The nearly 2-year-long recruitment procedure for railway jobs might quickly be over in just 6 months, if things go according to the arrangement. Hit by severe staff crunch, Railways is considering shortening the procedure by introducing online tests among other steps.

 The Complete Recruitment Procedure within 6 Month for railway takes too extended, taking almost two years because of submission of application. Many candidates get option jobs, leading to the poor materialization of shift (vacancy notice).  


Railway now to complete recruitment procedure:
With online tests etc process should be speeded up,” GM of Northeast Frontier Railway Chahatey Ram recommended in meeting in the presence of 17(seventeen) GMs. Other GM pointed out that zonal railway should be permitted to place job notices directly to the RRB instead of going to the Railway Board.


In response, Lohani said that the RRB should investigate the process “with a target to complete it within six months”. The board has educated its departments to submit their proposals on the issue by 20 December.

Railway now to finish recruitment process:
As of December 2016, Railways has the staff strength of more than 1.3 million, at the same time as it has 225,823 vacancies in Group ‘C’ and Group ‘D’ categories. According to data available with Railways, it has 122,911 vacancies in safety categories and a shortage of another 174,64 loco running staff.


People awake of the development said that the board is allowing for the matter and is reviewing ways to “fast track” the process. Railways have a staff strength of more than 1.3 million and its employees take care of the country’s 66,030 km of tracks, 10,773 locomotives, 63,046 coaches and 2.45 lakh wagons.

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