Indian Railways to hire 50,000 graduates..

The Indian Railways will soon be releasing official notification inviting candidates to fill nearly 50,000 vacancies for the post of Assistant Station Master.

Once the same will be released, all the interested, eligible candidates will be required to apply through the prescribed format on the official website, the link for which is .

In a bid to speed up the recruitment process, the board is mulling options to conduct the exam online this year. It is expected that the application process will start from January and will continue till February, as reported by Financial Express.

Vacancy details:

Total posts: 50,000 (approximately)

Name of the post:

Assistant Station Master (ASM)

Eligibility criteria:

Educational qualification:

All the interested, eligible candidates must possess a Bachelor’s degree or equivalent from the recognised university or institute.

For more details on eligibility, candidates need to wait for the official notification to release.

Age limit:

Candidates should be between 18 and 32 years for RRB ASM Recruitment 2018.
However, there is age relaxation for the reserved categories as per the government norms.

Pay scale:

Selected candidates will be paid between Rs 5,200 to 20,200 per month.

Selection process:

Candidates will be selected on the basis of marks obtained in Prelims exam, Mains examination and personal interview round.

How to apply:

All the candidates need to apply through online application mode only.

About Indian Railways

One of the world’s largest railway networks, the Indian Railways, was first introduced in the year 1853. It has always been an integral part of lives across the country.

Railways were first introduced to India in the year 1853 from Bombay to Thane.

By the year 1951, the different systems of the railways were nationalised as one unit, which became the Indian Railways. In the year 2003, the Indian Railways was featured in the Guinness Book of World Records for offering the steepest rise in altitude in the space of 96 kilometres.


Source by indiatoday…