North Eastern Railway

Bank Recruitment


EXPERIENCED ONLY - Submit Resume for SARKARI NAUKRI - no FRESHERS



Railway Jobs »
North Eastern Railway

           

lucknow station North Eastern RailwayThe North Eastern Railway is one of the sixteen railway zones in India. It is headquartered at Gorakhpur and comprises Lucknow and Varanasi divisions as well as reorganized Izzatnagar division.

The North Eastern Railway was formed on 14 April 1952 by combining two Railway systems the Oudh and Tirhut Railway and Assam Railway. It was bifurcated into two Railway Zones on 15 January, 1958, the North Eastern Railway and the Northeast Frontier Railway. The present N. E. Railway (NER), after re-organisation of Railway Zones in 2002, comprises three Divisions – Varanasi, Lucknow & Izatnagar. NER has 3,402.46 route km with 486 stations. NER primarily serves the areas of Uttar Pradesh, Uttarkhand & western districts of Bihar.

This Railway passes through/connects to many important tourist and cultural centres like Varanasi, Sarnath, Lucknow, Allahabad, Kushinagar, Lumbani, Ayodhaya, Nainital, Ranikhet, Kausani and Dudhwa.

Izatnagar station North Eastern Railwayner North Eastern RailwayHistory

Formed on 14th April 1952 by combining two Railway systems and bifurcated into two Railway Zones on 15th Jan. 1958, the present N. E. Railway (NER), after re-organisation of Railway Zones in 2002, comprises of three Divisions – Varanasi, Lucknow & Izatnagar. NER has 3402.46 route kms with 486 stations. NER primarily serves the areas of Uttar Pradesh, Uttarkhand & western districts of Bihar.

This Railway passes through/connects to many important tourist and cultural centres like Varanasi, Sarnath, Lucknow, Allahabad, Kushinagar, Lumbani, Ayodhaya, Nainital, Ranikhet, Kausani and Dudhwa.

Safety, Punctuality and better passenger amenities are the top priority of North Eastern Railway Administration. This was stated by General Manager, North Eastern Railway Mr. K.B.L.Mittal at a press conference held at Gorakhpur .

Highlighting the steps taken by N.E.Railway to maintain safe running of trains all afforts are being made to reach the passenger safely to their destinations. Surprise inspections are conducted by officers and supervisors in foggy weather at stations regularly. Night inspections are being conducted to keep effective check on rail track etc. Trains are being run with restricted speed during dense fog.

CURRENT OPENINGS
click above to know about
current jobs in north eastern railway

Sponsored Links

Ongoing Recruitments in North Eastern Railway