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Apprentices – last date 23 Nov 2017

Indian railway – Job Details

Date of posting:
03 Nov 17

No.E/ELT/120/App. Act. 1961-2017

Engagement of Apprentices under the Apprentices
Act, 1961-Vadodara Division
  of Western

recruiting 229 Vacancies
for the post of Apprentices


Trade/Vacancy :

Fitter/62 Post

Turner/04  Post

Machinist/03  Post

Welder(G& E)/11  Post

Electrician /95  Post

Mech. Tools & Machnie. Maint./09  Post

Instruments Mech/05  Post

Mech. Motor Vehicle/02  Post

Draughtman Mech./02  Post

Electronics Mech/10  Post

Painter (GEN.)/03  Post

Carpenter/02  Post

Ref. & Air Cond/5  Post

Mech(Diesle)/15  Post

Boiler (Attend)/01   Post


Qualification : 10th Pass + ITI (NCVT)

Age : 15 – 24
years of age as on 24.10.2017. 

Fee : A postal Order/Demand Draft of Rs. 100/-
payable to Sr.DFM/Vadodara as processing fee which is not refundable is to be
enclosed with the application form. Remittance of fee in any other form will not
be accepted. No fee is required to be paid by SC/ST/PH/Women candidates.  

Training & Stipend: Training will be arranged in
accordance with the standards and syllabus prescribed by the Central
apprenticeship Council. The selected candidates will be paid stipend during
apprenticeship at the prescribed rates as per extant instructions 

Mode of Selection : Selection of the eligible
candidates for imparting training under the Apprentice Act, 1961 will be based
on the merit list which would be prepared taking the average of the percentage
marks obtained by thecandidates in both matriculation (With minimum 50%
(aggregate) marks and ITI examination giving equal weight age to both. There
will be no written test or viva.


Hiring Process : Written-test

About Indian railway

Western Railway in
its present form came into existence on 5th November, 1951 by the
merger of its forerunner, the erstwhile Bombay, Baroda and Central India
Railway (BB&CI),with other State Railways viz, Saurashtra,
Rajputana and Jaipur. The BB&CI Railway was itself inaugurated in
1855, starting with the construction of a 29 mile broad gauge track from
Ankleshwar to Utran in Gujarat state on the West Coast. In 1864, the
railway was extended up to Mumbai.

Last Date : 23 Nov 2017


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