RRB ASM Recruitment 2019 Notification – Apply for 50000 Assistant Station Master Vacancy: Railway Recruitment Board Released the RRB Assistant Station Master Recruitment 2019 Notification recently. The RRB ASM Notification 2019 is to fill up the 50000 Vacancies of Assistant Station Master (ASM) Posts. Candidates who have completed Graduation; they can apply for RRB ASM Recruitment 2019 before the last date through indianrailways.gov.in. Aspirants can get more details of Railway ASM Recruitment 2019 Notification; like Educational Qualification, Age Limit, Apply Online, Selection Process, Application Fee, etc here.
Railway Asst Station Master Notification to be released on April 4th as per the Updates, but it delayed for some reasons. RRB ASM Recruitment 2019 will available here soon. – Stay Tuned For Updates
RRB ASM Recruitment 2019 Notification Details:
Name of the Board: Railway Recruitment Board
Name of the Posts: Assistant Station Master
No. of Vacancies: 50000 Posts:
Category: Railway Recruitment 2019.
Apply Mode: Online
Job Location: All Over the India
Official website: www.indianrailways.gov.in
Railway Station Master Recruitment 2019 Details
|Posted on: 29th March 2019|
|Railway Recruitment Board (RRB)|
50000 Assistant Station Master Vacancies 2019
|RRB ASM Vacancy 2019 Important Dates|
RRB ASM 2019 Selection Process
RRB ASM Recruitment 2019 Vacancy Details
|Name of the Region||Number of Vacancies|
RRB Assistant Station Master 2019 Eligibility Details
|RRB ASM Educational Qualification|
Assistant Station Master Requirements 2019 are as follows:
RRB ASM Age limit
The Age limit for the above posts available in RRB Assistant Station Master Recruitment 2019 is as mentioned below:
RRB ASM 2019 Age Relaxations
|SC/ ST||5 years|
|OBC (Non – Creamy Layer)||3 years|
|Railway Staff (Group C & D)||10 years|
|PWD (General)||10 years|
|PWD (SC/ST)||15 years|
|PWD (OBC)||13 years|
|Widows, Divorced Women||5 years|
RRB Station Master Job Details 2019
|RRB ASM 2019 Application Fee|
|RRB ASM 2019 Salary|
Selected Candidates for RRB ASM Jobs 2019 will get the following Salary.
|Sarkari Naukri||Govt Jobs|
|Sarkari Result||Employment News|
RRB ASM Vacancy 2019 Important Links
|Download Notification||Click Here|
|Apply Online Link||The link will Active Soon|
|Previous Papers||Get Here|
|Admit Card||Get Here|
|Official Website||Click Here|
RRB ASM Assistant Station Master Recruitment 2019 Job Profile
ASM Job Description: The Assistant Station Master or the ASM is the one who’s in charge of running and monitoring trains at a station. ASM is responsible for operating that signals that ensure that everything is done in the way they are meant to following all the rules and regulations.
Shift: An Assistant Station Master has to work in shift bases, however, the working period is 8 hours per day.
No. of Assistant Station Master at one station: Generally each station will be having only one ASM, though bigger railway stations may have more than one Station Masters.
Career Path: As an Asst Station Master will be having the following career path.
- Assistant Station Master (ASM)
- Station Master (SM)
- Station Supt
- Assistant Operations Manager (AOM)
- Divisional Operations Manager (DOM)
How to Apply for RRB ASM Recruitment 2019
- Initially, Candidates need to visit the Indian railway official website i.e indianrailways.gov.in
- Click on the Recruitment in Menu Bar
- After that select RRB’s
- Click on the region which you are from.
- Select the Notification 03/2019 and read the notification Carefully.
- Now click on the Online Registration.
- Fill the Online Application and Upload Scanned Documents.
- Finally, Pay the Application Fee and Submit the Form.
- Take a Printout of Form for Future Use.
About Railway Recruitment Board (RRB):
Railway Recruitment Control Board is an Indian government organization. It was created in 1998 at the Ministry of Railways (New York). In 1945, service commissions were established in Bombay, Calcutta, Madras, and Lucknow. In 1948, the Railway Research Committee of India examined the functioning of the commissions. In 1949, due to financial restrictions, a ban on hiring on the Indian railways was imposed. The number of commissions was reduced to one in the center of Bombay. Improved Indian Railway, four service commissions were again established in Bombay, Madras, Allahabad, and Calcutta.
In 1956, the Estimates Committee generally approved the method of recruitment through the establishment of railway commissions. In 1983, to meet the needs of neglected areas due to the location of existing commissions, seven additional commissions were created, including in Ahmedabad, Ajmer, Bhopal, Bhuvneshwar, Chandigarh, Jammu and Srinagar, serving in Leh and Trivandrum. In 1984, two other service commissions were established in Malda and Gorakhpur. In January 1985, rail service boards were renamed Railway Recruiting Board (RRB). There are currently 21 railway recruitment commissions.