Stenographers job vacancies in Chittaranjan Locomotive Works
Chittaranjan Locomotive Works(CLW),under the Ministry of Railways, Government of India desires to re-engage retired Stenographers for the post of Stenographers in CLW offices at Chittaranjan, Kolkata/HWH, Bangaluru and Mumbai for a duration up to 01.12.2019
Retired Stenographers can apply for one or more place of postings, however, Railways reserve the right to consider the appointment of the selected candidates at any place of posting out of the options given by the candidates and the decision of Railway shall be final.
The retired employees covered under the safety Related Retirement Scheme/ Liberalised Active Retirement Scheme for Guaranteed Employment for Safety staff (LARSGESS) are not eligible for re-engagement.
Number of Vacancies : 29
Rate of monthly Remuneration : Monthly remuneration of the retired employee being re-engaged shall be determined by reducing the pension from his/her last pay drawn (i.e basic Pay & DA).
How To Apply For Stenographers job vacancies in Chittaranjan Locomotive Works
Eligible and willing retired staff may submit their application in prescribed format annexed with the notification, along with two recent passport size photographs (one to be affixed on the application form) and self attested xerox copy of Service Certificate cum Pensioner’s Identity Card, Pension Payment Order, Aadhaar Card etc. Last date for submission of application is 20.02.2019.
About Railway Recruitment Board RRB
Chittaranjan Locomotive Works (CLW) is a dream of the nation?s visionaries, coming true. The planners of the Nation with their deep insight and foresight set out to build a Loco building Factory in West Bengal and CLW is the culmination of that vision. In the late thirties, a committee consisting of M/s. Humphries and Shrinivasan was appointed to investigate the possibility of establishing a locomotive manufacturing unit and to consider its economic viability. The initial project, at Chandmari, a place near Kanchrapara, in the state of West Bengal, could not mature due to partition, which inevitably necessitated a change of site.