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59 Supervisors & Technicians Vacancy – RWF,Bangalore (Karnataka)

           

Last Date:06th May, 2019
Rail Wheel Factory (RWF)
Bangalore ,Karnataka

RWF aka Rail Wheel Factory Invites applications for the post of 59 Supervisors & Technicians Vacancy 2019. RWF Recruitment Qualification/ eligibility conditions, how to apply & other rules are given below… Official website is https://rwf.indianrailways.gov.in/

JOB DETAILS:
Name of the post – Supervisors & Technicians
No of post – 59
Pay Scale – Not Specified

General Information:

  • The final decision in the matters relating to eligibility, acceptance or rejection of the application, mode of selection, etc rests with this administration.
  • RWF Administration reserves the right to alter the stages of re-engagement process or cancel part or whole or the entire process at any stage without assigning any reason.
  • Incomplete applications, applications which are not in the prescribed proforma and applications without requisite enclosures will be rejected and no correspondence will be entertained.
  • The interview is tentatively fixed on 15.05.19 at 11.00 Hrs. in the administrative block. Since the interview is to be conducted at short notice, the intimation regarding the interview will be sent by e-mail and also by post. The list of applicants, eligible to be called for interview will be published in the notice board and also in the website of RWF. All applicants are required to watch for the eligibility list for interview published as above.
  • The application should be sent along with the above enclosures, duty self attested. On top of the envelope “Application for Re-engagement of Retired Railway Employees” Should be written in Block letters and write the post for which applied. It should be addressed to the THE SENIOR PERSONNEL OFFICER-II ,RAIL WHEEL FACTORY YELAHANKA, BANGALORE-560064

About Us:

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  • Till early 1980s Indian Railways was importing about 55% of requirement of wheels and axles. Indigenous capacity was available only at Tata Iron & Steel Company [TISCO] and Durgapur Steel Plant [DSP]. The TISCO plant was technically not capable of meeting the changing requirement of wheels and axles for the new designs of rolling stock and production was discontinued. DSP was only able to partially meet Indian Railways’ needs. The cost of imports was high with prices rising in the world market. Financing of imports, delays in supplies and limited availability of foreign exchange adversely affected wagon production and rolling stock maintenance. It was in this context that in the early 1970s the Railway Ministry felt the necessity for setting up a new specialized Production Unit for manufacture of rolling stock wheels and axles as import substitute. The ultimate objective was that DSP and the Rail Wheel Factory [RWF, formerly Wheel & Axle Plant] should be able to totally meet Indian Railways requirement for standard wheels and axles so that their import could be stopped.
  • Adopt the cast wheel technology developed by M/S Griffin Wheel CO., USA for wheel manufacture. American Railroads have been using cast wheels for freight operations while European Railways use forged wheels. Adoption of cast wheel technology was found more suitable as the productivity of the plant is higher and cost of production lower as compared to forged wheels. The net saving in foreign exchange on wheel imports was estimated at Rs.8 Crores per annum.
  • Undertake axle forging on special purpose Long Forging Machine followed by heat treatment furnaces with automated conveyors for movement of axles.
  • Provide axle-machining facilities incorporating profile copying lathes, special purpose end machining equipment and a wheel set assembly complex with integrated engineering for handling and movement of axles.
  • The Planning Commission sanctioned the Rail Wheel Factory Plant project in 1978 at a cost of Rs.146 Crores. Trial production commenced during 1983. Late Smt.Indira Gandhi, the then Prime Minister of India formally commissioned the plant on 15 September 1984. To reinforce the fact that we belong to the Indian Railways Family and to display our commitment to change with times, the factory was renamed as RAIL WHEEL FACTORY on 15 February 2003.
  • Adopt the cast wheel technology developed by M/S Griffin Wheel CO., USA for wheel manufacture. American Railroads have been using cast wheels for freight operations while European Railways use forged wheels. Adoption of cast wheel technology was found more suitable as the productivity of the plant is higher and cost of production lower as compared to forged wheels. The net saving in foreign exchange on wheel imports was estimated at Rs.8 Crores per annum.
  • Undertake axle forging on special purpose Long Forging Machine followed by heat treatment furnaces with automated conveyors for movement of axles.
  • Provide axle-machining facilities incorporating profile copying lathes, special purpose end machining equipment and a wheel set assembly complex with integrated engineering for handling and movement of axles.

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