Southern Railway Recruitment 2019 Notification – Apply Online for 4,555 Act Apprentice Vacancies. Southern Railway Recruitment Bharti Notification was announced recently by RRB. RRC SR has 4,555 Vacancies for Act Apprentice Posts. Interested Candidates can apply Online to fill up these Job Vacancies in Southern Railway Recruitment from 18th December 2018 @ www.sr.indianrailways.gov.in. Duly filled application forms must be submitted on or before 13th January 2019. Read further to know more about eligibility conditions.
Southern Railway Recruitment 2019 Notification
South Eastern Railway Recruitment Notification announced by Railway Recruitment Board on 18th December 2018. Interested Railway Job aspirants can apply Online for Southern Railway Recruitment 2019 on this page. However, Candidates who have passed 10th Class, ITI or 12th Class are eligible to apply for RRC SR Recruitment 2019. Moreover, Age limit should be between 15 to 22 Years. Selection of Suitable Candidates will be done purely based on aspirants performance in Merit List, Physical Standard Test, and Medical Examination.
Southern Railway Act Apprentice Recruitment 2019-20 – 4555 Vacancies
|Name of the Board||Southern Railway Recruitment Board|
|Name of the Post||Act Apprentice|
|No of Vacancies||4,555|
|Application Starting Date||18th December 2018|
|Last Date to fill the Application||13th January 2019|
|Application Mode||Apply Online|
|Job Category||Railway Jobs|
|Job Location||Chennai, Trichy, Coimbatore|
Southern Railway Jobs 2019-2020 Vacancy Details
|Name of the Post||No of Vacancies|
|Act Apprentice in Central Workshop, Ponmalai||797|
|Act Apprentice in Carriage & Wagon Works, Perambur||804|
|Act Apprentice in Signal & Telecommunication Workshop, Podanur||2954|
www.sr.indianrailways.gov.in Recruitment 2019-2020 Eligibility Criteria
- Passed 10th Class under 10+2 System or its equivalent with minimum 50% marks as aggregate.
- Must have passed ITI in relevant trade.
- Must have Passed 12th Class with Science (Physics, Chemistry & Biology) for MLT Candidates.
- Minimum Age – 15 Years
- Maximum Age – 22/24 Years
- Merit List
- Physical Standard Test
- Medical Examination
Southern Railway Online Application Fee
Aspirants applying for Southern Railway Careers 2019 is as follows,
Application Fee must be paid through Online mode and it is Non-Refundable.
South Railway Apprentice Salary
- Best Salary
Southern Railway Recruitment 2019 Apply Online Steps
- Firstly, Click on South Eastern Railway Recruitment 2019 Apply Online Link provided below.
- Fill the Application form with all the required details.
- Upload Scanned copy of your recent photograph.
- Attach Scanned Copies of necessary documents.
- Pay Prescribed application Fee.
- Finally, press submit button to complete the Application Process.
Southern Railway Notification 2019 – Important Dates
|Advertisement Date||18th December 2018|
|Starting Date to Apply||18th December 2018|
|Last Date to Apply||13th January 2019|
RRC SR Recruitment 2019 for Act Apprentice Jobs – Important Links
|Official Notification||Download Here|
|Apply Online Link||Click Here|
|Official Website||Click Here|
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About Southern Railways:
Southern Railway (SR), based in Chennai, is one of 17 Indian Railways areas. It is the oldest of the 17 Indian railways created in independent India. It was created on April 14, 1951, by the merger of three state railroads, namely, Madras and Southern Mahratta, South Indian Railway and Mysore. The South Indian Railway was established in the British colonial era as Great Southern India Railway Co., founded in Great Britain in 1853 and registered in 1859. Its head office was at Tiruchirappalli (Trichy).
n 1944, all the railway companies were taken by the government. And three years later, when India gained independence in 1947, the land was ready for the integration of different railways into smaller areas. In 1948, immediately after independence, there were up to 42 different railway systems, a multiplicity of railway administrations, which varied in size and standards. The grouping proposals presented by the various committees have been studied in great detail in order to guarantee the possible unification with the least disturbance and possible upheaval. All important associations of railway users, chambers of commerce and industry, state governments and recognized experts have been consulted in India and abroad.