Rajasthan

Cong 102
BJP 72
RLM 0
OTH 25

Madhya Pradesh

BJP 110
Cong 109
BSP 5
OTH 6

Chhattisgarh

Cong 67
BJP 15
JCC 7
OTH 1

Telangana

TRS-AIMIM 84
TDP-Cong 24
BJP 3
OTH 8

Mizoram

MNF 26
Cong 5
BJP 1
OTH 8
*Total Tally Reflects Leads + Wins
Indian Railways is holding a recruitment drive and it is world’s largesthttps://indianexpress.com/photos/india-news/indian-railways-is-holding-a-recruitment-drive-and-it-is-worlds-largest-5393007/

Indian Railways is holding a recruitment drive and it is world’s largest

Indian Railways, one of the world’s largest employers and also India’s largest employer, is holding a recruitment drive at a cost of around Rs 800 crore and will sift through 2.37 crore applicants in order to hire 1.2 lakh people.

Indian Railways is hiring: Over 2.37 crore applicants for 1.2 lakh jobs

Tests are held online in three shifts every day (9 am to 10.30 am; 12.30 pm to 2 pm; 4 pm to 5.30 pm). In every shift at this Noida centre, 3,450 have been taking the test — a 90-minute, multiple-choice paper, covering Maths, General Intelligence and Reasoning, Science and Current Affairs — since September 17, and will do so till December. (Express photo by Gajendra Yadav)

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Indian Railways is hiring: Over 2.37 crore applicants for 1.2 lakh jobs

Of the 2.37 crore people who applied for the exams this year, Lal is part of the largest chunk,1.9 crore, vying for the 62,907 Group D posts — of cabinman, keyman, fitter, leverman, gangman, pointsman, porter, helper, switchman, trackman and welder. (Express photo by Gajendra Yadav)

READ | ‘It appears the entire country is here’

Indian Railways is hiring: Over 2.37 crore applicants for 1.2 lakh jobs

In a country where a government job is many things rolled into one — security, a house, permanence for over 30 years in a person’s life — there is much to desire about employment with the Central government. (Express photo by Gajendra Yadav)

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Right next to the centre’s entrance, 24-year-old Pradeep Kumar has set up his shop — to keep bags of candidates. Standing between rows of numbered bags, he says, “Two years ago, I had appeared for the exam and lost two mobile phones. So this year I decided to help the candidates… The candidates are expected to come in advance; they will have their belongings with them,” says the BCom graduate, who hails from Baghpat. (Express photo by Gajendra Yadav)

READ | ‘It appears the entire country is here’

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