Railway Recruitment Control Board is a government organisation in India. It was set up in 1998 in the Ministry of Railways (Railway Board), New Delhi
In 1942, a Service Commission with a Chairman and two members was established for recruitment of Subordinate Staff on the then North West Railway was known as Railway Service Commission.
In 1945, the Services Commissions were set up at Bombay, Calcutta, Madras and Lucknow. In 1948, the Indian Railway Enquiry Committee reviewed working of commissions.In 1949, due to financial constraints a ban was imposed on recruitments on Indian Railways thus numbers of commissions was reduced to one centrally located at Bombay.In 1953-54 when Economic conditions of Indian Railway improved, four service commission were again set up at Bombay, Madras, Allahabad and Calcutta. In 1956, the Estimates committee generally approved the method of recruitment by the constitution of the Railway Service Commissions. In 1983, to cater to the needs of areas which were being neglected due to locations of the existing commissions, seven more commissions were set up viz, at Ahmedabad, Ajmer, Bhopal, Bhuvneshwar, Chandigarh, Jammu and Srinagar with sitting at Leh and Trivendrum. In 1984 two more service commissions were set up at Malda and Gorakhpur. In January, 1985 Railway Service Commissions have been renamed as Railway Recruitment Board (RRB). At present 19 Railway Recruitment Boards are functioning
No.of post: 168 Posts (UR-90, SC-28, ST-19, OBC-31
Pay Band: 5200 – 20200 GP – 2800
Minimum Qualification: (10+2) in Science or its equivalent, with 2 years Diploma in Pharmacy and registration with Pharmacy Council of India OR State Pharmacy Council. (Proof to be attached)
EXAM FEE: 100/-
STAGE OF EXAM: Single Stage Written exam followed by certificates & candidature verification
1. GENERAL INSTRUCTIONS
1.01(A)CANDIDATES SHOULD NOTE THAT:-(i) Written examination for para medical categories will be held on the same day by all Participating RRBs.
(ii) As the examination is to be held by all RRBs simultaneously, candidates can submit ONLINE application to any one RRB only, for a particular post.
1.02 (a) Admission to the written examination will be purely provisional, subject to their satisfying the prescribed eligibility conditions.
(b) Mere issue of call letter/e-admit card to candidates will NOT imply that their candidature has been finally accepted by the RRB.
(c) RRBs conduct verification of eligibility conditions, with reference to original documents, only after candidates have qualified in all the stages of examination.
RRBs may reject the applications of candidates at any stage of recruitment process in case the candidates are not fulfilling the requisite criteria, and if appointed, such a candidate(s) are liable to be removed from service summarily.
(d) Before applying for any post, candidates should satisfy themselves that they fulfill all the eligibility norms including educational qualification(s) and medical standard(s) (Refer Para 9).
(e) Candidates should ensure that they have requisite Educational/Technical qualifications from recognized Board/University/ Institute as on the date of submission of the application for this Centralised Employment Notice. Those awaiting results of the final examination need NOT apply.
1.03 Candidates who have been debarred for life from all RRB/RRC examinations or candidates who have been debarred for a specified period which is not yet completed, need NOT apply in response to this Centralised Employment Notice. Their candidature will be rejected during any stage of recruitment as and when detected.
1.04 Candidates submitting more than one application with different particulars like name/Father’s Name/ Community/photo (face)/ educational and/ or Technical qualification will be summarily rejected & also debarred from RRB examinations as per para 13 given below. A candidate will also be debarred from examinations of all RRBs for a specified period/or lifetime if (i) the candidate submits applications for a particular post to more than one RRB, (ii) the candidate submits multiple applications for the same post and category, (iii) the candidate submits multiple applications with different community for the same post & category, (iv) the candidate submits multiple applications with different photo (face) and different name for same post & category and (v) the candidate submits multiple applications with different documents for the same post & category.
1.05 Signatures of the candidates on Application Form, Answer Sheet, Question Booklet and other prescribed places should be identical, either in English or Hindi, and must be in running hand and not in block/capital or disjointed letters. Signatures in different style or language, at the time of application, written examination and document verification etc., may result in cancellation of candidature.
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