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STEP 1

RECOGNISATION: It is a Diploma of Institute of Rail Transport, a Govt.of India Organisation, New Delhi and recognised by all the Railway Boards.

STEP 2

PREFERENCE: Different Railway Recruitment Boards have recognised this Diploma as a desirable additional qualification for Recruitment to various catogeries of posts in Railway.

STEP 3

ELIGIBILITY: Final Year students of Diploma in Engineering or B.E./B.Tech or who have recently completed these courses.

STEP 4

USEFULNESS OF THIS COURSE: Many questions of this course will APPEAR in the examinations conducted by various Railway Recruitment Boards.

STEP 5

CONCESSION: Full Rail Fare concession is given to attend the above examination at any of the following centres: Mumbai, Calcutta, Chennai, New Delhi, Lucknow and Secundrabad.

STEP 6

WHEN EXAMINATION WILL BE HELD: The examination will be held in May/June every year.

STEP 7

OUR POSTAL COURSE: We will help you to plan your studies systematically to revise the entire syllabus of each subject and tests will be conducted regularly and assessed answer papers will be sent back after evaluation.

STEP 8

FREE PROSPETUS: Interested candidates may obtain Free prospetus sending a self addressed Rs. 10/- stamped big size envelope from the following address or Email your bio-data.

To
The Hon.Secretary
Kalaskar Educational Services
P.B. No.4, SHIKARIPUR-577 427.
Email: kalaskarkk@yahoo.com


Manpower
Indian Railways had a regular staff of 9.14 lakh in 1950-51 which increased to 16.54 lakh in 1991-92. Thereafter, the number declined to 15.86 lakh in the year 1999-2000. In 1995-96, the number of daily wage workers was nearly 57,000. In 1950-51, the average yearly wage per employee was Rs.1,263 which increased to Rs.59,219 in 1999-2000.

 Recruitment: Methods of recruitments in SCR
Through Union Public Service Commission for Group “A” Officer
Through Railway Recruitment Board
Direct Substitute appointments
Appointments on compassionate ground
Appointments to sports persons
Appointments to Cultural artists
Appointments to Scouts & Guides
Appointment of Handicapped persons.

 Details of subjects
the course consists of following subjects:
a) Transport Economics
b) Management Concepts
c) Personnel Management
d) Material Management
e) Accounting & Financial Management
f) Operating Management
g) Commercial Management
h) Civil Engineering
i) Electrical Engg
j) Mechanical Engg and
k) Signal & Telecommunications Engg.

 Perks
Perks are plenty in the Railways. Apart from giving you the opportunity to travel through the country absolutely free, the Railways also provide free accomodation. All groups are entitled to pension and medical aid. In addition to this, 30 % of Group C employees get accomodation. All Group B employees are entitled to free accomodation and telephone, while Group A officers get accomodation in Railway Colonies and telephones as well.

 
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