Central Railway Recruitment 2017- Apply For 2196 Apprentice Vacancies





Central Railway Recruitment 2017: – Central Railway has issued a notification for the recruitment ofApprentice Vacancy of 2196 posts. Interested candidates can apply by 30th November 2017. 


Central Railway Recruitment Notification 2017  

Selection Process For Recruitment
Candidates will be selected based on Merit List.

Educational Qualifications 

 Candidates should have passed 10th class examination or its equivalent (under 10+2 examination system) with minimum 50% marks, in aggregate from recognized Board and also possess National Trade Certificate in the notified trade issued by the National Council for Vocational Training or Provisional Certificate issued by National Council for Vocational Training/ State Council for Vocational Training.
Age Limit 

  • 1. Candidates should be age Limit Minimum 15 year and Maximum 24 years.
  • 2. Age Relaxation: – Age relaxation as per Government Rules and Regulation.


Central Railway Apprentice 2196 Post Apply Online


Important Dates
  • 1. Starting Date for Submission of application:- 1st November 2017
  • 2. Last Date for Submission of Application:- 30th November 2017

Fee Details Structure
For General/OBC/ST/SC candidates should pay Rs 100/-

How To Apply For Posts
Eligible candidates may apply online through the official website www.rrccr.com Before on 30th November 2017.

Notification Regarding Recruitment
There is full notification for Central Railway – Apprentice Vacancy –
Download Officials Notification


How to Apply for Posts
For Central Railway – Apprentice Vacancy Application Form or New Registration from here: –Apply Online Now

Admit Card & Results
For Central Railway – Apprentice you can take print out of your Admit Card or Result from here: – Download Admit Card & Results Here

ABOUT CENTRAL RAILWAY

The Railway zone was formed on 5 November 1951 by grouping several government-owned railways, including the Great Indian Peninsula Railway, the Scindia State Railway of the former princely state of Gwalior, Nizam State Railway, Wardha Coal State Railway and the Dholpur Railways.

The Central Railway zone formerly included large parts of Madhya Pradesh and part of southern Uttar Pradesh, which made it the largest railway zone in India in terms of area, track mileage and staff. These areas became the new West Central Railway zone in April 2003.


The Central Railway General Manager's official residence (erstwhile GIPR agent's residence), 'Glenogle'-a Grade II-B heritage bungalow, is located on Bhausaheb Hire Marg (Mount Pleasant Road), adjacent to the Maharashtra Chief minister's official residence 'Varsha' in Malabar Hill, Mumbai.

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