Southern Railway Recruitment 2017: 1421 Retired Railway Staff Posts
Southern Railway Recruitment 2017 Vacancies For Retired Railway Staff Posts
Southern Railway invites application for the selection of eligible and suitable candidates as 1421 Retired Railway Staff Posts.
Location : Chennai (Tamil Nadu)
Total Posts: 1421 Posts
Name of the Posts: Retired Railway Staff Posts
Pay Scale : Not Specified
Educational Qualification: Refer At Official Notification
Age Limit As on 14.09.2018 : Not more than 62 Years
Selection Process: Would Depend On Merit List and Interview.
Application Fee : Check At Advertisement
How to Apply: For the recruitment, applicants should apply in filled application form in completed manners along with Consent Letter, Curriculum Vitae, Date of Birth Proof, Qualification Certificate, experience Certificate send to The Senior Divisional Staff Welfare Officer (Sr DPO / MAS) Southern Railways Chennai Division, Central Railway Station Chennai, Tamil Nadu.
- Starting Date To Submit Application form : 22.11.2017
- Last Date To Submit Application form : 11.12.2017
Advertisement and Application Form Link Details: For more detail Please visit official recruitment notification http://www.sr.indianrailways.gov.in
About Southern Railway:
The Southern Railway was made during the British times and it was named as Great Southern Indian Railway and there HO was Trichy and currently it’s Chennai. The current HO came into existence in the year 1951, three states were out together. It’s been said every year more than 500 million people travel through this region. This region gets its revenue from the passengers travelling unlike other region which get their revenue from the freight. There are millions of passengers travelling on daily basis. To maintain the standards major stations are being made to world standards.
Shri. K.R. Ramanujam was the first GM to be appointed at the time of forming the new Southern Railway act.Before independence in the year 1944, Government decided to take over all the railway companies. But at the time of independence the government felt the need to incorporate all the railways into small regions. The reforming was proposed by many boards were analyzed with proper detailing to confirm that the merge was smoothly done without any disturbance. For the whole process important people guidance have been taken in consideration. State Government and experts from abroad were in touch. In the year 1948 post-independence the railway authorities converted 42 railway systems of different sizes and standards.
In the year 1950, Central Advisory Committee gave a go ahead plan to Indian Railway of converting it into six Zonal systems and they were named as, The Northern, The Northern Eastern, The Southern, The Central, The Eastern and The Western.The Southern Railway Zone is spread across a stretch of 9.654 kms and it was the first to be formed.