Last Date:06 June,2019
Chennai (Tamil Nadu)
Southern Railway Invites applications for the post of 142 Junior Engineer/P.Way & Junior Engineer/TMO Vacancy. Apply before 06 June 2019. Southern Railway Recruitment Qualification/ eligibility conditions, how to apply & other rules are given below… Official website is www.sr.indianrailways.gov.in
Name of the post — Junior Engineer/P.Way & Junior Engineer/TMO
No of post — 142
Pay Scale — Level 6 of VII CPC Pay Matrix
Diploma in Civil Engineering/Mechanical/Production/Automobile/ Electrical/Electronics/Instrumentation & Control Engineering or B.Sc. in Civil Engineering from a recognized University/Institute.
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- All columns of the application in prescribed format should be duly filled and the same should be verified and certified in the appropriate column by the concerned Supervisory Official. The applications without Supervisor’s certification will be rejected.
- The eligible employees should send their application by ordinary post in the prescribed format directly to RRC/Chennai to the address mentioned below by post or in person on or before 17.30 hrs. of 06/06/2019. “ The Chairman, Railway Recruitment Cell, No.5, Dr.P.V.Cherian Cresent Road, Behind Ethiraj College, Egmore, Chennai – 600 008.”
- The last date and time for receipt of application is “SACROSANCT”. No need to attach copies of any certificates. These will be called and verified at the time of Document Verification.
- The employees who are selected are liable to be posted to any Division of Southern Railway. Those who are not willing for posting involving transfer, need not apply.
- The allotment of division of the selected candidates/employees will be at the discretion of the administration, subject to availability of GDCE quota vacancies.Applicant has no right to ask the Division of their choice.
- The GDCE will consist of Written Examination, Verification of certificates and Medical Examination. The standard of the Written Examination under GDCE shall be that of the Written Examination prescribed for Direct Recruitment.
- Candidates may note that they will be empanelled based on their performance in the written examination. Those empanelled will be subjected to Medical Examination and only those who are found fit in the Medical classification of “Aye Three” shall be considered for appointment.
- The employees selected for appointment as JE/P.Way / JE/TMO through GDCE are required to undergo prescribed mandatory training and pass the test held at the end of the training, before absorption against working post.
- The Notification may be given wide publicity by circulating to all concerned by notifying the same to avoid complaints of non-circulation of this notification.
- Copy of the Notification and proforma of application is also available in the web-site of RRC/MAS www.rrc.mas.in and can be downloaded.
- The Southern Railway (abbreviated SR), headquartered at Chennai, is one of the 18 zones of Indian Railways. It is the earliest of the 18 zones of the Indian Railways created in independent India. It was created on 14 April 1951 by merging three state railways, namely, the Madras and Southern Mahratta Railway, the South Indian Railway Company, and the Mysore State Railway. The South Indian Railway was originally created in the British colonial times as Great Southern India Railway Co founded in Britain in 1853 and registered in 1859. Its original headquarters was in Tiruchirappalli (Trichy) and was registered as a company in London only in 1890. At present, after re-organization of existing railway zones and creation of new zones undertaken by the Indian Railways between 2002-03, Southern Railway has emerged as the 2nd largest zone after undertaking some gauge conversion projects and creation of new lines.
- In 1944, all Railway companies were taken over by the Government. And three years later, when India woke up to independence in 1947, the stage was set for the integration of different Railways into smaller zones. In 1948, immediately after independence, there were as many as 42 different railway systems – a multiplicity of railway administrations, varying in size and standards.
- The regrouping proposals put forward by the various committees were studied in great detail to ensure that a unification could be achieved with the least disturbance and dislocation. Important associations of railway-users, Chambers of Commerce and Industry, the State Governments and acknowledged experts both in India and abroad were fully consulted.
- Shri N. Gopalaswami Ayyangar – the then Minister for Railways, was the principal architect of the regrouping of Indian Railways. In December 1950, the Central Advisory Committee for Railways approved the plan for Indian Railways into six Zonal systems, namely, the Northern, the North-Eastern, the Southern, the Central, the Eastern and the Western.
- The Southern Railway zone 9,654 kilometres (5,999 mi) was the first zone to be formed. Created on 14 April 1951 by the merger of the Madras and Southern Mahratta Railway, the South Indian Railway and the Mysore State Railway, the economic and geographical factors of this zone facilitated an early integrated network. This amalgamation was a major step towards streamlining and organizing the working pattern of the Railway system.
- The Southern Railway is headed by the General Manager (HAG+) Officer, assisted by an Additional General Manager (HAG). Each department is headed by a PHOD\CHOD of the rank of HAG\SAG.
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