Wednesday, August 6, 2014

Mumbai Railway Vikas Corporation Ltd Recruitment of Site Engineer (Civil/ Electrical)

MRVC is looking for dynamic and result oriented candidates for manning the following position for execution of projects in Mumbai Suburban Area:
  1. Site Engineer (Civil): 07 Posts
  2. Site Engineer (Electrical): 01 Post
Qualification: Bachelor degree in Civil/ Electrical with minimum 60% marks.

Age Limit (As on 30/06/2014): 30 years

How to Apply: Candidates can apply online only.

Last Date: 14-Aug-2014

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Friday, July 18, 2014

Konkan Railway Corporation Limited Recruitment of Jr. System Programmer

Applications are invited from eligible land loser candidates (Self/ Sons/ Spouse/ Unmarried daughters/ Grandsons/ Unmarried Granddaughters only) whose land has been acquired for Konkan Railway project, irrespective of the percentage of land lost, for the following post in IT department in Konkan Railway Corporation Ltd.
Jr. System Programmer: 05 Posts
Qualification: i). Regular three years Technical Diploma (10+3 years), with aggregate 60% marks in Computer Science/ Electronics/ Computer Applications from Govt. recognised Technical Board with one year working experience in IT field. Or ii). Regular Graduation (10+2+3 years) B.Sc./ BCA in Computer Science/ Electronics/ Telecomm/ Computer Applications with aggregate 60% marks, from recognised university (UGC).

Age (01/01/2015): 18-35 years

How to Apply: The completed application in the prescribed format along with all relevant documents should reach the Assistant Personnel Officer (Recruitment), Konkan Railway Corporation Ltd, Belapur Bhavan, Sec-11, CBD Belapur, Navi Mumbai- 400614.

Last Date: 08-Aug-2014

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Western Railway Recruitment of Sports Quota Posts

Western Railway provides some of the best opportunities and exposure in various disciplines in sports, from the National to the International level.
  1. Athletics (Men): 02 Posts
  2. Athletics (Women): 02 Posts
  3. Volleyball (Women): 01 Post
Qualification: Minimum Graduate. 
Sports Achievements Eligibility Norms: i). Represented the Country in Olympic Games (Senior Category). Or ii). Represented the Country in the World Cup (Junior/ Senior)/ World Championships (Junior/ Senior)/ Asian Games (Senior)/ Commonwealth Games (Senior) and obtained at least 3rd position.
  1. Athletics (Men): 01 Post
  2. Athletics (Women): 01 Post
  3. Hockey (Men): 03 Posts
  4. Volleyball (W): 01 Post
  5. Wrestling (Men) (Free Style): 02 Posts
  6. Kabaddi (Men): 02 Posts
  7. Kabaddi (Women): 02 Posts
  8. Diving (Men): 01 Post
  9. Diving (Women): 01 Post
  10. Cricket (Women): 02 Posts
Qualification: Minimum - SSC / Matriculate 
Sports Achievements Eligibility Norms: i). Represented the Country in the World Cup (Junior/ Senior), World Championships (Junior/Senior), Asian Games (Senior) & Commonwealth Games (Senior). Or ii). Represented the country in the Commonwealth Championship (Junior/ Senior)/ Asian Championship/ Asia Cup (Junior/ Senior)/ South Asian Federation (SAF) Games (Senior)/ USIC (World Railways) Championship (Senior) and obtained at least 3rd position. Or iii). Represented a State or equivalent unit in Senior/ Youth/ Junior National Championships and obtained at least 3rd Position. iv). Represented a State in National Games organized under the aegis of Indian Olympic Association and obtained at least 3rd position. Or v). Represented a University in All India Inter University Championship organized under the aegis of Association of Indian Universities and obtained at least 3rd position. Or vi). Represented a State or equivalent Unit in Federation Cup Championships (Senior category) and obtained 1st position.
  1. Athletics (Men): 03 Posts
  2. Athletics (Women): 03 Posts
  3. Football (Men): 04 Posts
  4. Golf (Men): 01 Post
  5. Cricket (Men): 07 Posts
  6. Badminton (Men): 06 Posts
  7. Table Tennis (Men): 06 Posts
  8. Volleyball (Men): 01 Post
  9. Kabaddi (Men): 01 Post
  10. Water polo (Men): 01 Post
  11. Weightlifting (Men): 02 Posts
  12. Power lifting (Women): 05 Posts
  13. Power lifting (Men): 02 Posts
  14. Chess (Men): 01 Post
Qualification: Minimum - SSC/ Matriculate.
Sports Achievements Eligibility Norms: i). Represented the country in the Commonwealth Championship (Junior/ Senior)/ Asian Championship/ Asia Cup (Junior/ Senior)/ South Asian Federation (SAF) Games (Senior)/ USIC (World Railways) Championship (Senior). Or ii). Represented a State or equivalent Unit in Federation Cup Championships (Senior category) and obtained at least 3rd position. Or iii). Represented a State or equivalent unit in Senior/ Youth/ Junior National Championships. Or iv). Represented a Unit or District of the State in the Senior State Championship and obtained at least 3rd Position.

Age Limit: 18-25 years

Examination Fees: Indian Postal Order of Rs. 100/- should be drawn in favour of Western Railway Sports Association, Mumbai which is non refundable. SC/ ST, Women, Minorities (Muslims, Christians, Sikhs, Buddhists, Zoroastrians (Parsis)) and economically backward classes candidates are exempted from examination fee. Economically backward classes mean the candidates whose family income is less than 50000/- per annum.

How to Apply: The completed application in the prescribed format along with all relevant documents should reach the Sr. Sports Officer, Western Railway Sports Association, Headquarter Office, Churchgate, Mumbai - 400020.

Last Date: 12-Aug-2014

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North Western Railway Recruitment of Various Posts

Applications are invited from eligible sports persons for following sports disciplines for Group ‘C’ and erstwhile Group ‘D’ posts at North Western Railway.
Archery: 02 Posts
  1. Men: 01 Post
  2. Women: 01 Post
  1. Men: 04 Posts
  2. Women: 04 Posts
  1. Men: 03 Posts
  2. Women: 02 Posts
  1. Men: 04 Posts
Power lifting
  1. Men: 04 Posts
  2. Women: 01 Post
  1. Men: 01 Post
  2. Women: 01 Post
  1. Men: 05 Posts
  1. Group ‘C’ (PB 1 Rs. 5200-20200/-): Qualification: Graduate.
  2. Group ‘C’ (PB 1 Rs. 5,200-20,200 Grade Pay 1,900/ 2,000/-): Qualification: Minimum SSC/ Matriculate (10th pass).
  3. Erstwhile Group ‘D’Qualification: Minimum Matriculation (10th pass) or ITI or equivalent. 
Age Limit (As on 01/07/2014): 18-25 years

Examination Fee: DD/ Indian Postal Order of 100/- for all grade pay. No examination fee for SC/ST /Women/minorities candidates. Economically Backward candidates having annual family income less than Rs. 50,000/- p.a are also exempted.

How to Apply: The completed application in the prescribed format along with all relevant documents should reach the address as mention in the notification.

Last Date: 26-July-2014

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Thursday, May 1, 2014


1. The Indus Valley Civilization was Non‐Aryan because
(a) It was urban
(b) It has a pictographic script
(c) It had an agricultural economy
(d) It extended up to the Narmada Valley

2. The slogan Satyameva Jayate in the State Emblem of India has been
adopted from which one of the following?
(a) Mundaka Upanishad 
(b) Brahma Upanishad
(c) Mudgala Upanishad 
(d) Maitreyi Upanishad

3. Who is the author of ‘Buddha Charita’?
(a) Asvaghosha (b) Nagasena (c) Nagarjuna (d) Vasumitra

4. Chandragupta Maurya figures prominently in the book of
(a) Bhasa (b) Sudraka (c) Vishakhdatta (d) Ashvaghosha

5. Which one of the following is not a feature of North Indian temple
(a) Shikhara (b) Garbha Griha
(c) Gopuram (d) Pradakshina‐path

6. The kingdom of Vijayanagara was founded by
(a) Vijaya Raja (b) Harihara II
(c) Harihara and Bukka (d) Bukka II

7. The Moti Masjid in Agra was built during the reign of
(a) Humayun (b) Shah Jahan (c) Aurangzeb (d) Shal Alam II

8. Aurangzeb failed to defeat Shivaji because the
(a) Mughal army grew unmanageable
(b) Marathas were expert in Guerilla‐warfare
(c) Mughals had no navy
(d) Mughal generals were treacherous

9. Where are the traces of Portuguese culture can be found in India?
(a) Goa (b) Calicut (c) Cannanore (d) Cochin

10. The British introduced the railways in India in order to
(a) Promote heavy industries in India
(b) Facilitate British commerce and administrative control
(c) Move food grains in case of famine
(d) Enable Indians to move freely within the country

11. During the period of the Indian freedom struggle, who among the following
started the Central Hindu School?
(a) Annie Besant (b) Bhikaji cama
(c) M.G. Ranade (d) Madan Mohan Malviya

12. Who was the Governor General of India during the 1857 revolt?
(a) Lord Canning (b) Lord Dalhousie
(c) Lord Hardings (d) Lord Lytton

13. Who among the following was not known as a moderate in the National
(a) Bal Gangadhar Tilak (b) Dadabhai Naoroji
(c) M.G. Ranade (d) Gopal Krishna Gokhle

14. Who of the following was a founder of the Bharat Naujawan Sabha in 1926?
(a) Lala Lajpat Rai (b) Sardar Bhagat Singh
(c) Lala Hardayal (d) Sohan Singh Bhakhna

15. The Ghadar Movement was founded by
(a) Ajit singh (b) Lala Hansraj
(c) Lala Hardayal (d) Sohan Singh Bhakhna

16. The first indication of the revolutionary movement in India was seen in
(a) Maharashtra (b) Bengal
(c) Punjab (d) Rajasthan

17. ‘India wins Freedom’ is the autobiography of
(a) Abul Kalam Azad (b) Muhammad Ali
(c) Zakir Hussain (d) Syed Ahmed Khan

18. Who among the following were members of the Swaraj Party?
1. Motialal Nehru 2. Sardar Patel 3. Gopal Krishna Gokhle
(a) 1 only (b) 1 and 2 (c) 2 and 3 (d) 1, 2 and 3

19. After the Chauri‐Chaura incident, Gandhiji suspended the
(a) Civil Disobedience Movement (b) Khilafat Movement
(c) Non‐Co‐operation Movement (d) Quit India Movement

20. Consider the following events
1. Gandhi‐Irwin Pact 2. First Round Table Conference
3. Simon Commission 4. Poona Pact
The correct chronological order of these events is
(a) 1‐4‐3‐2 (b) 2‐1‐3‐4 (c) 3‐2‐1‐4 (d) 2‐3‐1‐4

21. The historic Dandi March is associated with
(a) Boycott of elections (b) Violation of Salt law
(c) Hindu‐Muslim Unity (d) Abolition of Untouchability

22. Who amongst the following was not associated with the unification of
(a) Mazzini (b) Cavour (c) Garibaldi (d) Mussolini

23. Who amongst the following played a prominent role during the “Reign of
Terror” in France?
(a) Montesquieu (b) Voltaire (c) Marat (d) Robespierre.

24. Who said “Man is a social animal”?
(a) Plato (b) Aristotle (c) Rousseau (d) Laski

25. The Dilwara Temple is located at
(a) Bhubaneswar (b) Aurangabad (c) Khajuraho (d) Mount Abu

26. Which of the following vested the Secretary of State for India with supreme
control over the Government of India?
(a) Pitt’s India Act, 1784 (b) Government of India Act, 1858
(c) Indian Council Act, 1861 (d) Morley‐Minto Reforms, 1909

27. The Supreme Court of India was set up by the
(a) Regulating Act, 1773 (b) Pitt’s India Act, 1784
(c) Charter Act, 1813 (d) Charter Act, 1833

28. The Constitution of India was adopted on
(a) 26th January, 1950 (b) 26th January, 1949
(c) 26th November, 1949 (d) 15th August, 1947

29. The Constitution of India is
(a) Rigid (b) Flexible
(c) Very rigid (d) Partly rigid, partly flexible

30. “The Federal System with strong centre” has been borrowed by the Indian
Constitution from:
(a) USA (b) Canada (c) UK (d) France

31. Which one of the following describes India a Secular State?
(a) Fundamental Rights (b) Preamble to the Constitution
(c) 9th Schedule (d) Directive Principles

32. How many Articles are there in the Indian Constitution?
(a) 395 (b) 396 (c) 398 (d) 399

33. The power to carve out a new State is vested in
(a) The Parliament (b) The President
(c) The Council of Ministers (d) State’s Reorganisation Commission

34. ‘AADHAR’ is a programme
(a) To help senior citizens
(b) To provide nutritional support to adolescent woman
(c) To train people for social defense
(d) To provide identity to Indian residents

35. Which Constitutional Amendment deleted the Right to Property from the
list of Fundamental Rights?
(a) 42nd Amendment (b) 43rd Amendment
(c) 44th Amendment (d) 62nd Amendment

36. The word ‘Hindus’ in Article 25 of the Constitution of India does not
(a) Buddhists (b) Christians (c) Sikhs (d) Jains

37. Which of the following is not included in the Directive Principles of State
(a) Prohibition of liquor (b) Right to work
(c) Equal wage for equal work (d) Right to information

38. In which year Fundamental Duties of citizens were introduced by 42nd
(a) 1975 (b) 1976 (c) 1977 (d) 1980

39. Rashtrapati Bhawan was designed by
(a) Edward stone (b) Le Corbusier (c) Edwin Lutyens (d) Tarun Dutt

40. The Union Executive of India consists of
(a) The President, Vice‐President and the Council of Ministers only
(b) The President and the council of Ministers only
(c) The President, the Vice‐President, the Council of Ministers and Lok
Sabha Speaker
(d) The President, the Prime Minister, Deputy Chairman of Rajya Sabha, Lok
Sabha Speaker.

41. Who was the Prime Minister of India when the Anti‐Defection Bill was
(a) Indira Gandhi (b) Rajiv Gandhi
(c) V.P. Singh (d) H.D. Deve Gowda

42. According to Indian Constitution, the Union Ministers hold office during the
pleasure of
(a) The President
(b) The Prime Minister
(c) The Speaker of the Lok Sabha
(d) The Chief Justice of the Supreme Court of India

43. Which of the following has the powers to create a new all India Service?
(a) Parliament
(b) Union Public Service Commission
(c) Union Cabinet
(d) Ministry of Personnel, Public Grievances and Pensions

44. The maximum strength of the Lok Sabha, as stipulated in the Constitution
of India, is
(a) 500 (b) 525 (c) 550 (d) 552

45. Which Article of the Constitution permits the Supreme Court to review its
own judgement or order?
(a) Article 137 (b) Article 138 (c) Article 139 (d) Article 140

46. The distribution of finances between Centre and States is done on the
recommendation of
(a) Finance Ministry (b) Finance Commission
(c) Reserve Bank of India (d) NABARD

47. A national political party is one which receives 6% of the total votes polled
(a) Two or more States (b) The capital city
(c) Four or more states (d) In all states

48. Who conducts the State Assembly Elections?
(a) Chief Justice of High Court (b) State Election Commission
(c) Election Commission of India (d) Governor of the State

49. Which of the following Constitution Amendment Act seeks that the size of
the Council of Ministers at the Centre and in a State must not exceed 15%
of the total numbers of the Legislative Assemblies of that State,
(a) 91st (b) 93rd (c) 95th (d) 97th

50. The Indian Constitution recognises minorities on the basis of:
(a) Religion
(b) Caste
(c) Colour
(d) Percentage of the population of the Group to the total population

1. a 2.a 3.a 4.c 5.c 6.c 7.b
8.b 9.a 10.b 11.a 12.a 13.a 14.b
15.c 16.a 17.a 18.a 19.c 20.c 21.b
22.d 23.d 24.b 25.d 26.b 27.a 28.c
29.d 30.b 31.b 32.a 33.a 34.d 35.c
36.d 37.d 38.b 39.c 40.a 41.b 42.a
43.a 44.d 45.a 46.b 47.c 48.c 49.a  50. d

South Western Railway Recruitment of Apprentices

Applications are invited for engagement of Act Apprentice in Carriage Repair Workshop, South Western Railway, Gadag Road, Hubli, under Apprentices Act –1961 from eligible candidates.
  1. Fitter: 203 Posts
  2. Machinist: 15 Posts
  3. Turner: 20 Posts
  4. Welder: 96 Posts
  5. Electrician: 28 Posts
  6. Ref A/C Mechanic: 17 Posts
Qualifications: Matriculation (Matriculate or 10th class in 10+2 examination system) and ITI certificate affiliated to NCVT/ SCVT is compulsory in relevant trade.

Age Limit (As on 11/04/2014): 15-24 years

How to Apply: The applications filled in all respects can either be dropped in the Box kept in the Welfare Section of the Office of the Workshop Personnel Officer, Carriage Repair Workshop, South Western Railway, Gadag Road, Hubli-58 0020 (Karnataka), on all the working days i.e. from Monday to Saturday between 10.00 to 17.00 Hrs. or send by ordinary post only to the above said address duly superscribing on the Cover as “Application for engagement as Act-Apprentices (Ex-ITI) in Hubli Workshop -20, Training Notification No. 01/2014. Applications received through RPAD/Courier will not be entertained.

Last Date: 10/05/2014

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Sunday, February 16, 2014

East Central Railway (Mughal Sarai Division) Apprenticeship

Applications are invited for Apprentice Training under Apprenticeship Act-1961 from the following posts:
  1. Fitter: 240 Posts
  2. Machinist: 02 Posts
  3. Welder (G&E): 12 Posts
  4. Electrician: 18 Posts
  5. MMTM: 01 Post
  6. Turner: 03 Posts
  7. Wireman: 29 Posts
  8. Mechanic (R&AC): 08 Posts
  9. Electronics Mechanic: 70 Posts
  10. Mechanic (Diesel): 39 Posts
    Candidates must have passed matriculation/10th class (10 + 2 system) or equivalent recognised examination from recognized Board/University with not less than 50% Marks and must have ITI Degree (NCVT) in the Trades notified above. Candidates without ITI Degree in the Trades need not apply.
Fee: UR & OBC Candidates are required to attach Indian Postal Order of Rs.40/- payable in favour of FA & CAO, East Central Railway/Hajipur, payable at Patna as processing fee. SC/ST/PH/Ex. Serviceman/Women candidates are exempted from payment of fee.

How to Apply: The completed application in the prescribed format along with all relevant documents should reach the Sr. Divisional Personnel Officer, East Central Railway, Mughalsarai, PO-Mughalsarai, District-Chandauli (UP)-232101.

Last Date: 14/03/2014

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Sunday, January 19, 2014

RRB Notified Recruitment for the 26567 Posts of Assistant Loco Pilot & Technician 2014

Railway Recruitment Board invited application for recruitment to the post of Assistant Loco Pilot and Technician Categories. The candidates eligible for the post can apply through prescribed format before 17 February 2014 till 17.30 Hrs.
Details of Posts:
Total number of Posts: 26567 Posts
RRB Ahmadabad
  • Assistant Loco Pilot: 254 Posts
  • Technician Grade-III: 292 Posts
RRB Ajmer
  • Assistant Loco Pilot: 562 Posts
  • Technician Grade-III: 209 Posts
RRB Allahabad
  • Assistant Loco Pilot: 955 Posts
  • Technician Grade-III: 572 Posts
RRB Bangalore
  • Assistant Loco Pilot: 917 Posts
  • Technician Grade-III: 255 Posts
RRB Bhopal
  • Assistant Loco Pilot: 254 Posts
  • Technician Grade-III: 72 Posts
RRB Bhubaneswar
  • Assistant Loco Pilot: 1307 Posts
  • Technician Grade-III: 231 Posts
RRB Bilaspur
  • Assistant Loco Pilot: 1482 Posts
  • Technician Grade-III: 198 Posts
RRB Chandigarh
  • Assistant Loco Pilot: 1138 Posts
  • Technician Grade-III: 23 Posts
RRB Chennai
  • Assistant Loco Pilot: 283 Posts
  • Technician Grade-III: 1383 Posts
RRB Gorakhpur
  • Technician Grade-III: 78 Posts
RRB Guwahati
  • Assistant Loco Pilot: 284 Posts
  • Technician Grade-III: 254 Posts
RRB Jammu & Srinagar
  • Assistant Loco Pilot: 338 Posts
  • Technician Grade-III: 137 Posts
RRB Kolkata
  • Assistant Loco Pilot: 1087 Posts
  • Technician Grade-III: 951 Posts
RRB Malda
  • Assistant Loco Pilot: 250 Posts
  • Technician Grade-III: 123 Posts
RRB Mumbai
  • Assistant Loco Pilot: 2500 Posts
  • Technician Grade-III: 1655 Posts
RRB Muzaffarpur
  • Assistant Loco Pilot: 1153 Posts
RRB Patna
  • Assistant Loco Pilot: 1253 Posts
  • Technician Grade-III: 18 Posts
RRB Ranchi
  • Assistant Loco Pilot: 1863 Posts
  • Technician Grade-III: 758 Posts
RRB Secunderabad
  • Assistant Loco Pilot: 2287 Posts
  • Technician Grade-III: 554 Posts
RRB Siliguri
  • Assistant Loco Pilot: 187 Posts
  • Technician Grade-III: 158 Posts
RRB Thiruvanathapuram
  • Assistant Loco Pilot: 197 Posts
  • Technician Grade-III: 97 Posts
  • Educational Qualification: The candidates must have qualified Matriculation exam along with course completed Act Apprenticeship/ITI approved by NCVT/ SCVT in the respective trade from recognized institute/ university.
    Age Limit: Between 18 Years to 30 Years as on 01 July 2014.
    Exam Fee (For All posts): Rs 40/-, Only General/OBC Male candidates 
How to Apply
The candidates have to fill the prescribed format in his/her hand writing and send the application along with exam fee and other mandatory documents to the respective RRB Office by ordinary post. The last date for receipt of the application format is 17 February 2014 till 17.30 Hrs.
Important Dates
  • Opening Date for Registration: 18 January 2014
  • Closing Date for Registration: 17 February 2014 till 17.30 Hrs
  • Date of Examination: 15 June 2014

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