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    Need guidance on job opportunity post of BSCIT in Railways


    Eager to apply for the post of BSCIT in Railways? Get quick guidance from the expert responses below to know the eligibility requirements for the post.

    I am 27 years old and I am in my Final year of TYBSc-IT regular batch from Mumbai university. I am having work experience of 5 years in Telecom and finance Company. Please guide how can I apply for government Railway jobs. Am I eligible for it or do I need to do any additional courses for the same?
  • #146560
    As far as I know the Railway recruitments for any post are routed through the Railway Recruitment Board which shall advertise from time to time on an openings and as such we cannot guide you. Also refer Employment News paper for those details.
    K Mohan
    'Idhuvum Kadandhu Pogum "
    Even this challenging situation would ease

  • #146562
    What I feel the chances for you to get a government job depends on your age. You have not mentioned your age. If your age is less than 28, you have chances to get a government job. The chances will be more if you have any reservation. The age limit also will increase. Many bank jobs are getting advertised in newspapers. You can search by online also. There is a paper(weekly) especially for publishing government jobs by name Employment News. You purchase that paper every week and apply for the jobs which are suitable for you. While applying for the jobs continue your studies. The chances of getting a government job depend on your performance and facing the interview. please try with utmost interest. You will be successful. Try to improve your General Knowledge and aptitude skills so that you can shine in your entrance tests. All the best to you.
    drrao
    always confident

  • #146563
    Mr. Pandey: You are 27 years of age and I suppose you belong to General (Unreserved) category. So, you can apply for different jobs in Railway. In most of the cases, the age-limit for recruitment in Railways for General category is 30 years or more. So, you will definitely get at least three years to appear in different recruiting examinations conducted by RRBs.
    So far as different recruiting examinations of RRBs are concerned, you can definitely apply after completing your Graduation. Under normal circumstances, no further qualification is necessary. Regular and methodical practice within the time-limit is necessary.

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  • #146566
    You are in your final year of Third Year BSc in IT with 5 years of telecom and finance experience.
    Railways generally have recruitment from Group A to Group- D. Railways some times have a clause for working in the Railways Engineering Units of Territorial Army. Please check that when you narrow down your job application.

    Currently IT graduates in Railways can focus on areas of Automation,systems management and network designing. The common jobs for BSc IT graduates are grouped under Section Engineer,Junior Engineer,System Analyst,IT Officer,Technical Assistant,Controller Officer,Assistant Manager,Project Manager

    The railway recruitment is via UPSC for Group A and RRB (Railway Recruitment Board) for group C posts.Group B posts are often filled in by Group C promotions. In Indian Railways a minimum graduation is eligible for recruitment for most jobs.

    UPSC exams for Group A posts are under the following

    1.Civil Services Examination for

    Indian Railway Traffic Service(IRTS)
    Indian Railway Personnel Service (IRPS)
    Indian Railway Accounts Service (IRAS)
    Railway Protection Force

    2.Enginnering Services Examination for:

    Indian Railway Service of Engineers (IRSE)
    Indian Railway Service of Mechanical Engineers(IRSME)
    Indian Railway Service of Electrical Engineers(IRSEE)
    Indian Railway Service of Signal Engineers(IRSEE)
    Indian Railway Stores Service (IRSS)

    Since you have a finance background, you can look at exams for the Indian Railway Accounts Service (IARS) is a civil Service conducted by UPSC. IRAS officers usually handled the accounts and finances in the Indian Railways.You can get more details from (https://www.careerindia.com/upsc/iras-exam-e9.html). You can also check under Railway stores services (IRSS) for Depot Material management jobs that include inventories and data handling or Indian Railway Traffic Service (IRTS).

    Once you look under the various heading mentioned above, you would be able to understand better. Most Railways jobs have a high level of competition. Authenticity of documents especially degrees, caste and age are mandatory. Most again need medical examination/ check-ups. Good luck

  • #146593
    If you are interested in railway job then you have to apply for appropriate category through UPSC as per your qualification.
    As you have experience in telecom industry, after your BSc-IT you can try in many private companies in this area. You have to keep a track of various advertisements in need papers and job portals in internet.
    If you have no particular interest in IT line then you can try for other competitive exams in Govt sector where your age is suitable to apply as you are already 27 years.

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