Last Date:28 May,2019
East Coast Railway
East Coast Railway will conduct a Walk-In-Interview exclusively on 28-05-2019 (10 AM) for Candidates at the given venue for 10 contractual posts of Post Graduate Teacher and Trained Graduate Teacher.
Name of the post — PGT,TGT
No of post — 10
Pay Scale — Rs 27500,Rs 26250
2 yrs M.Sc course and B.Ed/Graduate with Diploma in Elementary Education OR B.Ed.
General Conditions:himachal government jobs
- The Part time teacher would perform all jobs related to academics including evaluation work for which no payment over and above the one for taking periods will be made
- He or She should be between the age of 18 and 65 years (As on 24.04.2019).
- The candidate should fulfil the requisite educational qualification prescribed for the post and other eligibility conditions.
- Engagement of teacher on contract basis may be made for a period of not less than 07 days and not more than 200 working days or upto the filling up of the vacancies, either through direct recruitment or through departmental promotion/transfer/RRB selection whichever is earlier.
- The maximum teaching periods allotted to contract teacher should not exceed five numbers in a day.
- Part time teacher would not be entitled to any othef facility like leave, medical, passes, PTOs & Transportation etc.
- Part time teacher will have no claim or right for appointment on regular basis and will not form part of the cadre of Railway Teachers.
- The contract shall be liable to be terminated by giving two weeks notice by either side WitOhout assigning any reason. Their contract will also be terminated if their performance is found unsatisfactory during the period of their working in Railway School.
- The contract shall be terminated immediately, if the teacher is mentally/physically incapacitated.
- The Part time Contract Teacher who enters into contract with the Railways will not have any claim or right for his/her continuity in service or automatic extension of the term of contract or regularisation/absorption in the post.
- The Part Time Teacher shall undergo a medical examination (Medical Standard-CEE TWO, C-2) before the contract is entered into, for his/her fitness to perform the work assigned to him/her.
- At the time of entering into contract, the teachers shall produce certificates for proof of his/her good character and antecedents from two Gazetted officers of the Central/State Govt.
- At the time of interview & entering into contract, the part time Teacher shall produce original certificates for proof of his/her date of birth and educational and technical qualification. The candidate belonging to SC/ST/OBC community should bring along with his/her original community (SC/ST/OBC) certificate issued by competent authority in prescribed form of Govt of India.
- The part time teacher shall be governed in respect of matters not referred to in these terms and conditions by any order/amendments to the terms of contract issued by the Railway Administration from time to time.
- The remuneration is consolidated and Railway will not give any additional perks/facilities.
- In case of absence of duties, proportionate recovery will be made from the remuneration.
- Weekly rest will be admissible as per provisions of rules. The Part time Teacher will have to abide by the rules of the Organisation/Institution.
- The contractual teachers appointed for a period of less than a month will be paid on pro rata basis only. The pro rata payment to the teachers may be regulated as under Consolidated pay X Number of days worked.
- Teachers appointed on contractual basis will not be entitled for vacation pay and during Summer/Autumn/Winter Break. Payment shall be calculated on the Pro rata basis.
- The selected candidate will have to execute an agreement with Railway Administration regarding contractual engagement and relevant conditions.
- No TA/DA is admissible for the interview.
- if any candidate is employed he will have to submit NOC from his/her employer, if he/she is already employed.
- In the event of any wrong information/fake academic certificate/testimonials/mis-statement/discrepancy in the particulars being detected at any stage, the candidature/contract may be cancelled / terminated without any notice and necessary action as per extant rule will be taken. Further, no correspondence in this regard will be entertained.
- The willing candidates may directly report for the “WALK-IN-INTERVIEW” to the venue of interview as per date and time specified with copies of all certificates/testimonials/mark sheets in original and a set of self attested copies of all documents & also 2 (two) recent pass port size photograph along with a filled application form as per the application format attached with this notification.
- The above notification is also available in East Coast Railway website i.e. www.eastcoastrail.indianrailways.gov.in
- If number of candidates are more, then the interview may extend to next day as per
necessity. So, the candidates coming for the interview should be prepared to stay back by making their own arrangement.
- The East Coast Railway (abbreviated ECoR) is one of the 18 railway zones of Indian Railways. It came into existence on 1 April 2003. As the name suggests, most of the railway routes of the zone are near the east coast of India. The headquarters of the zone are at Bhubaneswar.
- Consequent upon the parliament’s approval, East Coast Railway was the first of the seven new zones to be inaugurated by the then Prime Minister of India H. D. Deve Gowda on 8 August 1996. The Officer-on-Special Duty took over charge of the newly declared Zone on 16 September 1996. Initially, only one division namely Khurda Road was attached to this railway.
- Subsequently, the zone became fully operational with effect from 1 April 2003.
- The geographical jurisdiction of East Coast Railway zone extends over two states encompassing almost all of Odisha and Bastar, Mahasamund and Dantewada districts of Chhattisgarh. The zonal headquarters is at Bhubaneswar in Odisha.
- The East Coast Railway line integrated with the commissioned Howrah-Chennai electrified trunk route on 29 November 2005. There was a missing link between Kharagpur and Visakhapatnam stations and all trains from Howrah towards Chennai side had to undergo a locomotive change from electric to diesel at Kharagpur and vice versa at Visakhapatnam in order to pass through Odisha. Even trains from New Delhi such as the Bhubaneswar Rajdhani had to undergo the change at Kharagpur. This frequent loco change on a trunk route became a time consuming & inconvenient process. With electrification along the 765 km Kharagpur-Visakhapatnam stretch, trains got speeded up and the need for double headed diesels for high speed express trains was eliminated thus saving on diesel consumption and a cleaner travel. Additionally the line branching off Khurda road towards Puri was also electrified. Gradually the Cuttack-Angul line, Cuttack-Paradeep line and branch line from Jakhapura towards Barbil got electrified too.
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