The Railways Recruitment Cell had rejected the candidature of a Bhiwani resident Naveen Kumar in 2015 after his signatures and writing in the job application’s declaration form and other declaration made during the course of examination in document verification form were not found same.
They arrive 12 hours before exam, and take over footpaths, roads, even traffic police stalls. The Indian Express spends a day at the largest exam centre where, as chances appear bleaker, hope must shine brighter
The Railways is hiring for 1.2 lakh jobs, and applications are flooding in from across the country. This is nearly 20 years after a call had been taken to cut staff numbers. The Indian Express on a hiring exercise that began with a government on backfoot over safety, and will end in time for the next elections
The major chunk is 62,907 vacancies in Group D, or Level 1, which are posts of Helper in various technical departments. For being Helper in Operations or Traffic department, the industrial training certificate is not mandatory. The rest 26,502 vacancies are for filling posts of Assistant Loco Pilots and Technicians.