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RRB Recruitment 2010-Commercial Clerk/Account Clerk/Ticket Examiner/Typist Vacancies

March 1st, 2010 Posted by VFreshers


Railway Recruitment Board
Centralised Employment Notice No. 04/2010

Date of Publication: 27/02/2010

Job details : Applications have been invited for filling up the following Non Technical Popular Category (Under Graduate) Posts of various Zonal Railways (CR, ECR, ECoR, ER, NR, NCR, NER, NWR, SR SCR, SER, SECR, SER SWR, WR, WCR)/ Production Units (CWP, CLW, DLW, DMW, ICF, RWF)/ RSC on Indian Railways:

Designation : Commercial Clerk
No of Posts
: 1203
Pay of Scale Rs. 5200-20200+2000/-GP
Age Limit as on 1.07.10: 18-30 Years
Education Qualification: Matriculation or its equivalent with not less than 50% marks in the aggregate. SC/ST/Ex.SM/PWD Candidates who have passed matriculation can apply irrespective of marks obtained by them in matriculation. Candidates who have possess higher qualification can apply irrespective of marks obtain by them in matriculation.

Designation : Account Clerk cum Typist
No of Posts
: 182
Scale of Pay:5200-20200+1900/-GP
Age Limit as 1.7.10: 18-30 years
Education Qualification: Matriculation or its equivalent with not less than 50% marks in the aggregate and typing of 30 w.p.m in english or 25 w.p.m in hindi. SC /ST/Ex.SM/PWD candidates who have passed matriculation can apply irrespective of marks obtained by them in matriculation. Candidates who have possess higher qualification can apply irrespective of marks obtain by them in matriculation.

Designation : Ticket Examiner/ Ticket Collector
No of Posts
: 823
Scale of Pay:5200-20200+1900/-GP
Age Limit as 1.7.10 : 18-30 years
Education Qualification: Matriculation or its equivalent with not less than 50% marks in the aggregate SC /ST/Ex.SM/PWD candidates who have passed matriculation can apply irrespective of marks obtained by them in matriculation. Candidates who have possess higher qualification can apply irrespective of marks obtain by them in matriculation.

Designation : Junior Clerk cum Typist
No of Posts: 309
Scale of Pay:
5200-20200+1900/-GP
Age Limit as 1.7.10 : 18-30 years
Education Qualification: Matriculation or its equivalent with not less than 50% marks in the aggregate and typing of 30 w.p.m in english or 25 w.p.m in hindi. SC /ST/Ex.SM/PWD candidates who have passed matriculation can apply irrespective of marks obtained by them in matriculation. Candidates who have possess higher qualification can apply irrespective of marks obtain by them in matriculation.

Designation : Trains Clerk
No of Posts
: 95
Scale of Pay:5200-20200+1900/-GP
Age Limit as on 1.7.10: 18-30 years
Education Qualification: Matriculation or its equivalent with not less than 50% marks in the aggregate SC /ST/Ex.SM/PWD candidates who have passed matriculation can apply irrespective of marks obtained by them in matriculation. Candidates who have possess higher qualification can apply irrespective of marks obtain by them in matriculation.

General Instructions :
Before applying for any post, the candidates should ensure that he/she fulfills all the eligibility norms. The candidate should have the requisite Educational/Technical qualifications from recognized University/Institute as on the closing date of submission of the application. Those awaiting results of the final examination need not apply. RRB may reject the applications of candidates at any stage of recruitment process in case the candidate is not fulfilling the requisite criteria, and if appointed, such candidates are liable to be removed from service summarily.

The candidates who have been debarred for life from all RRB examinations or the candidates who have been debarred for a specified period which is not yet completed, need not apply in response to this Employment Notice. Their candidature will be rejected during any stage of recruitment as and when detected.

Candidates should fill up the application in his/her own handwriting and must sign as well as put their left hand thumb impressions at the prescribed places. Applications should be filled either in English or in Hindi. Application should be on a good quality A4 size bond paper (80 GSM) using one side only. Newspaper cuttings should not be used as application. The candidates purchasing printed application from the market should ensure that it conforms to the prescribed format published in the Employment Notice. The candidates can also make photocopy of the application format as given in the Employment News/Rozgar Samachar and then fill up the details. They can also download the application format from the website of the respective RRBs. The detailed centralised employment notice has also been displayed on
the notice board in the offices of the respective RRBs. The candidates should send their application sufficiently in advance before the closing date. RRBs will not be responsible for any postal delay/wrong delivery at any stage of the selection process.

The candidates are required to sign in English or in Hindi in the prescribed places provided in Application Form and Information Sheet. The signatures on Application Form, Information sheet, Answer Sheet, Question Booklet and other places should be identical. The signatures must be in running hand and not in block capital or disjointed letters.
Signatures at the time of application, written examination and document verification in different style or language may result in cancellation of candidature.

Candidates applying for more than one post should note that the categories have been grouped as under for submission of applications and the Candidates are required to submit single applications for the categories shown below (indicating the posts in the order of preference).

Candidates shall refer para 15 given below for submission of single/separate application to the concerned RRB.
(a) Candidates have to submit single application as instructed above for combined categories, duly mentioning the order of priority of category in the space provided in the application. It is compulsory for the candidates to give the priority of categories. Once the choice is made, it is final and can not be changed. If the candidate has not given any priority in the application, the application shall be treated as incomplete and rejected.
(b) Common examination will be conducted for such combined categories, i.e., the candidate will be writing a single examination for all the categories within such combined categories as per his choice of priority. A single Roll No. Will be allotted to such candidates in combined category covering all the categories he/she has applied for.
(c) After the selection process, the category allotted by RRB to the candidate is final. Request for change in category allotted will not be entertained.
(d) Candidates shall refer para-15 given below for submission of single/separate application to the concerned RRB.
(e) One envelope should contain one application only. Candidates should however note that the RRBs may hold written examination for more than one group/category in a single session.

Candidates submitting more than one application for the same category to the same RRB will be summarily rejected.

Candidates should note that the Date of Birth as recorded in the Matriculation/High School Examination Certificate or an equivalent Certificate as on the date of submission of applications will only be accepted by the RRB.

Serving Defence Personnel likely to be released within one year of the closing date (i.e. 30/03/2011 only) can also apply against Ex-Servicemen vacancies.

Vacancies of Ex-Servicemen and persons with disability given in the above table are not separate but included in the total number of vacancies.

The number of vacancies indicated in this Employment Notice is provisional and may increase or decrease or even become nil depending upon the actua1 needs of the Railway Administration. The Administration also reserves the right to cancel the notified vacancies at its discretion and such decision will be final and binding on all. In the event of cancellation
of notified vacancies, the examination fee paid by the candidates will not be refunded.

Dates of all examinations and results are published in Employment News/Rozgar Samachar and local dailies. These are also given in the website of the concerned Railway Recruitment Boards. Call letters for written examinations are sent to candidates by post (Under Certificate of Posting). The candidates whose applications are rejected are also intimated
through post along with the cause of rejection. The details of eligible as well as ineligible candidates for a particular post are also put on the website of the concerned Railway Recruitment Boards at least one week prior to the written examination for that post. RRB will not be responsible for any postal delay/ wrong delivery of call letters / Rejection letters.
RRBs do not intimate candidates who are not selected in written examination or any other test.

Selection by RRB does not confer upon candidates any right of appointment in Railway. The function of the RRB is to recommend names of suitable candidates to the Chief Personnel Officer of the concerned Zonal Railway / Production Unit who in turn issues the offer of appointment letter subject to the availability of vacancies and candidates being found
medically fit and satisfying all eligibility criteria.

Selected candidates will have to undergo training wherever training is prescribed for the post.

Emoluments on initial appointment will be minimum pay of the Pay band plus Grade pay plus other allowances admissible at that time. During training period only stipend will be paid as applicable. Candidate may have to give security deposit and execute indemnity bond wherever necessary.

While all candidates irrespective of community may be considered against UR vacancies, however against the vacancies earmarked for specific community (SC/ST/OBC), only candidates belonging to that community/group will be considered.
For this purpose, SC/ST/OBC candidates should furnish Caste Certificate from competent authorities as per the formats given at Annexure-III (for SC/ST candidates) and Annexure-IV (for OBC candidates). Further, in case of OBC candidates, the certificates should specially indicate that the candidate does not belong to the Persons/Sections (Creamy Layer)
mentioned in Col.3 of the Schedule of the Government of India, Department of Personnel and Training O.M. No.3601 2/22/9-Estt. (SCT) dated 08.09.93 & its subsequent revision through O.M.No.36033/3/2004-Estt. (Res.) dated 09.03.2004.

The OBC candidate should enclose self declaration of non-creamy layer status in the proforma as given inAnnexure-V. The candidates who indicate their community as SC or ST or OBC in their application form but do not enclose the caste certificate in the prescribed format will not be considered as eligible to appear for theexamination.

Candidates belonging to SC/ST/OBC who fulfill required educational qualification/technical qualifications can also apply against UR vacancies. They will, however, have to compete with the UR candidates. No age relaxation will be allowed to such SC/ST/OBC candidates applying against UR vacancies.

Free Second Class Railway Pass as and when admissible will be issued to the candidates belonging to SC/ST communities when they are called for written examination or Skill test/document verification provided they submit valid caste certificate.

Selected male candidates who are finally appointed are liable for active service in Railway Engineer’s Unit of Territorial Army.

Female candidates are also eligible. However, it may be noted that some categories involve duties which are arduous in nature and call for working in shifts at odd hours, at road side station also away from headquarters.

Any subsequent changes in the terms and conditions of this Employment Notice as per extant rules will stand good.
RRBs reserve the right to consider/incorporate any subsequent changes/modifications/additions in the terms & conditions to recruitment under this Employment Notice necessitated and applicable.

A Candidate shall be free to apply to more than one RRB but he/she will be doing so at his/her own risk as the examination will be held by all RRBs on the same date. Examination for more than one category may also be held simultaneously based on administrative convenience.

At the time of document verification such candidates claiming waiver of examination fee will be required to furnish minority community declaration affidavit on non-judicial stamp paper that he/she belongs to any of the minority community notified by the Central Government.

Examination Fees :
No examination fee for SC/ST/Ex-Servicemen / Physically Handicapped / Women / Minorities / Economically Backward classes candidates having annual family income less than Rs 50,000/-

For Unreserved Male/OBC Male candidates examination fee of Rs 40/- for each application. Candidates should send separate application for each category as mentioned in para 15 with separate IPO/DD as exam. fee.

The examination fee is non-refundable. It should be paid in the form of a crossed Demand Draft valid for a period of six months to be drawn at the main branch of any of the Nationalized Banks, or in the form of Crossed Indian Postal Order drawn in favour of ‘Chairman or Member Secretary or Assistant Secretary, Railway Recruitment Board’ of concerned RRB as mentioned in the para 15 given below. The Bank Drafts/Indian Postal Orders should be payable at the place where the Railway Recruitment Board is situated. The Indian Postal Order/Bank Drafts should not be obtained earlier to the date of issue of this Employment Notice or after the closing date of receipt of application.

The candidates should write the Employment Notice No., Name of the post/s applied for, Category Number of the post/s and their name and postal address on the reverse side of the Bank Draft/Front side at the space provided in the Indian Postal Order.

Remittance of examination fee in any other form except Bank Draft/Indian Postal Order will not be accepted.

The particulars of Bank Draft/Indian Postal Order submitted as examination fee should also be indicated at the prescribed place in the application form. (Item No. 5 of information sheet)

An application not accompanied with Bank Draft/Indian Postal Order of requisite amount wherever required towards examination fee will be summarily rejected.

Minorities mean Muslims, Christians, Sikhs, Buddhists and Zorastrians (Parsis). For claiming waiver of examination fee., Minorities candidates should furnish ‘self declaration’ as mentioned in Annexure-VIII along with application form . At the time of document verification such candidates claiming waiver of examination fee will be required to furnish ‘minority
community declaration’ affidavit on non-judicial stamp paper that he/she belongs to any of the above minority community.
If the affidavit is not produced during document verification, the candidature will be rejected.

Economically backward classes mean the candidates whose annual family income is less than Rs 50,000/-. They have to submit income certificate at the time of applying in the prescribed format as shown in the Annexure -VII and on the letter
head of the issuing authority as mentioned in Annexure-VII.

Apply :
The application format as per Annexure I & II should be filled up by the candidate in his/her own handwriting, with blue or black ball point pen (not in pencil, fountain pen or gel pen) dated and signed. Only international numerical i.e. 1,2, 3 etc.
should be used. The application form should be filled up in English or in Hindi only, strictly observing all the instructions given in this Employment Notice. The candidates should affix his/her normal signature in English or in Hindi in the application form. Applications signed in capital letters/spaced out letters will be treated as invalid.

The candidate’s Name, Address with Pin Code, Date of Birth, Father’s Name and nearest Railway Station should be written legibly in English in bold capital letters, even if the candidate fills up the application form in Hindi.

Photographs: One recent (not earlier than three months from the date of application) colour passport size photograph with clear front view of the candidate without cap and sunglasses should be pasted on the application form in the space provided. Xerox copy of photographs is not permitted. The candidates should sign in the space provided in the box below
the photograph. One identical extra colour passport size photograph should be enclosed with the application, indicating candidate’s name and category number on the reverse of the photograph. Candidates may note that the RRB may reject at any stage for pasting old/unclear photograph on the application or for any significant variations between photograph
pasted in the application and the actual physical appearance of the candidate.

In item No.9 of application form, the candidates should indicate any clear visible marks of identification on their body like a mole on the nose, cut-mark on the forehead in the left side or a scar mark below the left arm, etc. The application form of the candidate is liable to be rejected if he/she does not indicate clear identification marks or identification mark column not
filled up.

The candidate should copy the paragraph at item No. 13 of the information sheet in English/Hindi in their own running handwriting (not in capital/spaced out letters), otherwise their applications will be rejected.

The candidate should put their Left Hand Thumb impression at the designated places in the Application Form and in the Information Sheet. The Thumb impressions must be clear and complete. Ridges of the Thumb impressions must be clearly visible.

Applications which are illegible, incomplete, unsigned, signed in capital letters, not in prescribed format, without photo of candidate, not having IPO/DD or having IPO/DD purchased before date of issue of and after closing date of Employment Notice are liable to be rejected.

The envelope containing the application should be clearly super-scribed “Application for the Post/s of
______________________Category No/s.__________ Employment Notice No.04/2010 & Community
(SC/ST/OBC/PWD/Ex-SM)”. If the post and category number is not indicated on the top of the envelope containing application, the same will not be entertained.

Enclosures :
The following enclosures as applicable to each individual candidate should be firmly stitched along with the application in the given order:

  1. Application form in the prescribed format (as given in Annexure-I).
  2. Information sheet in the prescribed format (as given in Annexure-II).
  3. A valid Indian Postal Order or the Bank Draft for the amount as prescribed in the Employment Notice.
  4. One copy of identical passport size colour photograph firmly stitched to the application (apart from one copy pasted on the form).
  5. Self Attested copy of Matriculation/High School Examination Certificate or an equivalent Certificate indicating date of birth.
  6. Self Attested copy of educational and/or professional qualification prescribed for the post being applied.
  7. Self Attested Photostat copy of caste certificate from competent authority in the case of SC/ST candidates (as given in Annexure-III) & OBC candidates (as given in Annexure-IV). Self declaration from OBC candidates regarding non-creamy layer status in the proforma as given in Annexure -V.
  8. Disability Certificate in prescribed format by persons with disabilities (as given in Annexure-IX).
  9. Declaration form by the visually handicapped /those whose writing speed is affected by cerebral palsy candidates and scribe to be engaged for writing the examination (as given in Annexure-X).
  10. Ex-Servicemen candidates should submit self attested Photostat copy of the discharge certificate. They should also enclose the appropriate certificate issued by the competent authority for the equivalence of their educational / technical qualifications.
  11. No Objection Certificate from the competent authority, if already employed in Railways or any Government department / public sector undertakings.
  12. Self attested Photostat copy of requisite certificates in case of candidates claiming any other type of age relaxation.
  13. Income certificate on the letter head in the prescribed format as shown in annexure-VII for Economically Backward classes candidates for waiver of the examination fee.
  14. Minority self declaration” for waiver of the examination fee for minority community candidates (as given in Annexure- VIII).

For more Details Visit : http://www.rrbranchi.org/uploadfile/MAIN%20ADVT%20RRB%20English.pdf


2 Comments

  1. # 1 RUCHI SHARMA Says:

    send form

  2. # 2 M. Sathya Says:

    Sir,
    I apply for the RRB Recruitment 2010-Commercial Clerk/Account Clerk/Ticket Examiner/Typist Vacancies. But I would n’t get any call letter or hall ticket. Please sent the written examination date

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