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Dec 25, 2013



RPF (Railway Protection Force) Recruitment 2014
Constables Recruitment in Railway Protection Force2014
Published by: WWW.GovtJobsPortal.IN
railways recruitment 2014
Ministry of Railways under Govt. of India has launched a notification for the recruitment of vacant posts of Constable in different trades in Railway Protection Force including Railway special Force. There are total 659 vacant positions of constables in different trades. The Eligible and interested male & female candidates for these Government jobs can send their applications form to the following address which is given below at the end of post. Further more detailed information about this Government job recruitment is given below:

Number of Vacant Positions: 659 Posts.
Vacant Posts: Constable.
Name of the Various Trades:
1). Water Carrier: 406 Posts
2). Safaiwala: 117 Posts
3). Washerman: 53 Posts
4). Barber: 61 Posts
5). Mali: 07 Posts
6). Tailor: 09 Posts
7). Cobbler: 06 Posts

Age Bond: Age should be in between 18 years - 25 years.
Education: Applicants should be passed the Matriculation or equivalent examination, ITI, conducted by recognized Institute.

Process of Selection: The Candidates who applied for these jobs will be selected on the basis of their performance in the following test: written test, Physical Efficiency Test, Physical Measurement Test, Trade Test.

Fee for applying: The Applicants have to pay Rs. 40 only for applying this recruitment procedure.

Process for Applying: Desirable candidates for these railways job can send their applications in the given prescribed format along with the attested copies of all certificates and send to the address:
Chief Security Commissioner/ RPSF
Coordinating Nodal CSC,
Railway Board,
New Delhi
Pin Code– 110001.

Important Dates
21 Dec. 2013 the Date of Publication of Advt. on Employment New.
Last Date: Within 30 days from the date of Advt. Published.
Important Links
For full detail CLICK HERE
You can also Watch details on employment newspaper from 21 - 27 December 2013



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