Railway Recruitment Board RRB

Indian railway Recruitment for Junior Engineer/Technician in Delhi

BE/B.Tech,Any Graduate
Last Date to Apply: 12-02-2019
Junior Engineer/Technician - Job Details Date of Posting: 16-01-2019

Junior Engineer/Technician job opportunities in Northern Railway 

Re-engagement of retired staff of Civil Engg. Deptt. in the concerned HQ office controlling of Northern Railway

Northern Railway recruiting 50 Vacancies for Various Post


JE/Drawing/HQ/30 Post

JE/Bridge/HQ /15 Post

Technician Gr-III/ 02 Post

Patwari Clerk /03 Post

Who are eligible to apply:

a. All the retired Railway employees who have not attained the age of 64 years 6 months on the closing date of notification (ensure at least Six Months service is available after reengagement) for re-engagement purpose will be eligible. b. Such retired employees i.e applicant should not have undergone any major punishment (as per SF-5) in last 5 years. c. The re-engagement of Retired Railway employee shall be purely on temporary arrangement basis and will be terminated as and when regular employees are available. d. The re-engagement can be terminated on other grounds by giving 15 days notice without any explanation or any notice

Monthly Remuneration: Monthly remuneration of a retired employee being reengaged will be determined by reducing pension from his/her last pay drawn (i.e Basic pay +DA).

How To Apply For  Junior Engineer/Technician job opportunities in Northern Railway 

Interested retired Railway employees may download the Performa and send their applications to Single Window Cell/Personnel Branch of Baroda House, Head Quarter Office or Room No. 345 Personnel Department, 3rd floor, Annexe 1 Building, Baroda House New Delhi latest by 12.02.2019 before the closing date.

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About Railway Recruitment Board RRB

Northern Railway, the Jewel Set in the Crown of Indian Railways, has embarked on the mission to vanquish distances and create its own metaphor of existence. Formally established in the year 1952, it remains the largest zone in terms of route Kilometers, even after the re-organization of the Indian Railways into 16 zones. Northern Railway now comprises of 5 Divisions-Ambala, Delhi, Ferozpur, Lucknow and Moradabad.