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Assistant Station Master and Traffic Assistant Job in Railway Recruitment Board


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Centralised Employment Notice No.03/2010

Applications are invited in the prescribed format as enclosed (on a good quality A-4 size bond paper of 80 GSM using one side only) from eligible Indian Nationals for the posts of Assistant Station Master and Traffic Assistant (Metro Railway/Kolkata).


Assistant Station Master at pay band of Rs. 5200-20200 GP 2800 in the following RRBs:
Ajmer: 357 + 97 Posts
Allahabad: 117 + 03 Posts
Bangalore: 170 Posts
Chandigarh: 41 Posts
Chennai: 199 Posts
Guwahati: 45 Posts
Kolkata: 277 Posts
Muzaffarpur: 63 Posts
Mumbai: 319 + 43 Posts
Ranchi: 81 Posts
Secunderabad: 127 Posts
Thiruvananthapuram: 52 Posts

Traffic Assistant at pay band of Rs. 5200- 20200 GP 2000 in (Metro Railway/Kolkata) Kolkata: 24 Posts
Qualification:
Degree from recognized university or equivalent. Diploma in Rail Transport & Management, Transport Economics, Multimodal Transport (Containerization) awarded by Institute of Rail Transport, Rail Bhawan, New Delhi will be additional desirable qualification.


Age Limit : The lower and upper age limit indicated will be reckoned as on 01.07.2010. The upper age limit is relaxable as under subject to submission of requisite certificate.
By 5 years for SC/ST candidates.
By 3 years for OBC candidates.
For Ex-Servicemen, up to the extent of service rendered in defence plus 3 years provided they have put in more than 6 months service after attestation.
By 5 years to candidates who have ordinarily been domiciled in the Kashmir Division of the State of Jammu & Kashmir during the period from 01.01.1980 to 31.12.1989.
By 10 years for Physically Handicapped candidates (15 years for SCs/STs and 13 years for OBCs).
For the serving Group ‘C’ and Group ‘D’ Railway Staff and casual labours/substitutes, the relaxation in upper age limits will be up to 40 years for Unreserved candidates, 45 years for SC/ST
candidates and 43 years for OBC candidates, provided they have put in a minimum of 3 years service (continuous or in broken spells). For those working in Quasi-Administrative offices of the Railway organization such as Railway Canteens, Co-operative Societies and Institutes, the relaxation in upper age limits will be up to the length of service rendered subject to maximum 5 years.
Upper age limit in case of widows, divorced women and women judicially separated from the husband but not remarried shall be relaxed up to 35 years for Unreserved, 38 for OBC and 40 years for SC/ST candidates.
No age relaxation is allowed to SC/ST/OBC candidates applying against unreserved vacancies.
The date of birth for the candidates for the different age group should be between the dates given below: ( Both dates inclusive)

Last Date to Apply : 23.03.2010 (07.04.2010 for candidates from far flung areas)



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