Indian Railways is currently in the midst of a massive recruitment exercise. Indian Railways has come out with a policy to ensure a fare, transparent and competitive recruitment process that follows the law and the guidelines laid down by Hon’ble Supreme Court.
Railways have already reserved 20% posts for ‘Course Completed Act Apprentices’ who were engaged in Railway establishment under the Apprentices who were engaged in Railway establishment under the Apprenticeship Act. This has been done as per Section 22 (1) of the Apprentices Act and the various judgements pronounced by the Hon’ble Supre Court from time to time. Applicants who can completed the Apprenticeship Course have also been given an age relaxation equal to the period of Apprenticeship.
This is the single largest recruitment ever undertaken by any organisation in India and also the largest opportunity for all sections of youth, including the apprentices to join the Indian Railways in a very transparent and fare manner.
Railway Minister Shri Piyush Goyal has appealed to the young unemployed friends to apply for these large numbers of jobs, for which the last date of application is 31.03.2018, and join the process of recruitment so that all applicants get a fare an equal opportunity to serve the country.