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Centralised Employment Notice for Assistant Loco Pilot Recruitment

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Ministry of Railways, Government of India,
Centralised Employment Notice No.01/2010

Vacancies : Assistant Loco Pilot
Published on : 30/01/2010
Date & Time of Closing : 02.03.2010 up to 17.30 hrs
Applications are invited in the prescribed format as enclosed (on a good quality A-4 size paper (80 GSM using one side only) from eligible Indian Nationals for the Post of Assistant Loco Pilot Applications complete in all respects along with required enclosures should be sent by post to the Member Secretary/ Secretary/Assistant Secretary of the concerned Railway Recruitment Board as mentioned in para 15 of General Instructions so as to reach on or before 02-03-2010 (17.30 hrs).

The applications can also be dropped in the box kept at the premises of concerned RRB offices, till the closing date. For candidates residing in Assam, Meghalaya, Arunachal Pradesh, Mizoram, Nagaland, Tripura, Sikkim, Jammu & Kashmir, Lahaul & Spiti districts and Pangi sub-division of Chamba district of Himachal Pradesh, Andaman, Nicobar and Lakshwadeep islands and for candidates residing abroad, the closing date for receipt of applications by posts will be 17-03-2010.

Name of Post :Assistant Loco Pilot
No of Posts :14079
Scale of Pay :5200-20200 Gr. Pay Rs. 1900
Medical Standard A1
Age Limit as on 1-7-10 :18 yrs to 30 yrs

Minimum Educational Qualification
Matriculation OR its equivalent under 10 + 2 system and Course Completed Act. Apprentice 
OR I.T.I. in any of the following specific trades recognised by SCVT/ NCVT :

(1) Fitter
(2) Electrician
(3) Instrument Mechanic
(4) Mill Wright/ Maintenance Mechanic
(5) Mechanic Radio & T.V.
(6) Electronics Mechanic
(7) Mechanic Motor Vehicle
(8) Wireman
(9) Tractor Mechanic
(10) Armature & Coil Winder
(11) Mechanic Diesel
(12) Heat Engine
(13) Turner
(14) Machinist
(15) Refrigeration & A.C. Mechanic

OR Diploma in Electrical / Mechanical / Electronics /Automobile Engineering recognised by AICTE in lieu of I.T.I.

Note: Candidates having higher Educational qualification in Electrical/ Mechanical/ Electronics/Automobile Engineering recognised by AICTE are also eligible.

Stages of Examinations
1) Written Examination
(2) Aptitude Test
(3) Document & Candidature Verification

Region wise no of Posts
Ahmedabad :1440
Ajmer :693
Allahabad :NCR 726 NR 300
Bangalore :942
Bhopal :188
Bhubaneshwar :449
Bilaspur CR 450 SECR 923
Chandigarh :324
Chennai :227
Guwahati :720 trt
Jammu & Srinagar :210
Kolkata SER :252 ER :1234
Mumbai WR :188 :CR 1584
Muzaffarpur :352
Patna :491
Ranchi :SER 559 ECR 275
Secunderabad :SCR :1002 ECoR 422
Thriruvananthapuram :SR 128


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