RRB (Railway Recruitment Board) SELECTION PROCEDURE


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RRB (Railway Recruitment Board) SELECTION PROCEDURE

           

RRB calls for eligible applicants through “Employment News” (A publication of the Government of India) and Notifications in Railway Recruitment website [http://www.railwayrecrutiment.co.in/] . The employment notification is also published on the individual Internet web site. The applications are scrutinized for eligibility. Eligible candidates are called for a written examination with call letters being sent a month in advance of the date of the examination. Examinations are generally held in Allahabad; if no of candidates is very large exam may be held at Lucknow or other locations as necessary.

If number of candidates is large, the candidates who qualify in the preliminary exam are called for the main written exam, and the merit list is prepared based entirely upon the result of the main exam. In most categories of jobs, there is no interview after the written examination. For a very few specific categories there is a viva after the written exam, while for certain other categories there is a skill test. For categories related to operational safety, there will be a psychological test.

The application details furnished by successful candidates are verified and they are called for counselling and scrutiny of original documents. A panel of names is then recommended to zonal Railway / Production unit to the extent of vacancies. The candidates will be required to pass a medical examination before appointment.

The results of selection at every stage will be made available

  • on the Notice Board of RRB
  • in “The Employment News” and various newspapers, both local & national
  • through the Internet website like railway.recruitment.co.in
  • to the successful candidates through registered post

The selection process is based on merit and is subject to the rules and regulations issued by the Ministry of Railways (Railway Board), Government of India which includes reservation of jobs for certain castes/communities such as Scheduled Castes (SC), Scheduled Tribes (ST), Other Backward Communities (OBC), etc. Ex-servicemen are also entitled for reservation as per the rules.

The entire computerized recruitment system functions impersonally without fear or favour. There is no scope for corruption, influence or discretion in this process. Candidates indulging in malpractices and unfair means are dealt with strictly.

Appointments: Appointments are made by respective zonal Railways /Production units.

The overall policy guidelines for all Railway Recruitment Boards in India are laid down by Railway Recruitment Control Board, New Delhi.

Guidelines for RRB