RRC Bilaspur Results 2013 – rrb bilaspur technician result
RRB Bilaspur Results 2013 – Technicians Written Exam Results: Railway Recruitment Board (RRB) Bilaspur has released the written exam result for the post of Technician Signal Grade II and Technician Grade III of Centralized Employment Notice No.04/2012. Written examination was held on 16-12-2012. Selected candidates should attend for Candidature/ Document verification at North West Institute (Old CCM Office Building), Near SECRSA Stadium, Railway Station Road, Bilaspur Pin:495004 (C.G) from 03-04-2013 to 09-04-2013. Aspirants can check their results at below link…
RRC Bilaspur Results 2013 – Cultural Quota Posts Written Exam Results: Railway Recruitment Cell, South East Central Railway, Bilaspur has released the written exam results for the posts under Cultural Quota with reference to the office notification No. P-HQ/ RRC/ 761/ 01/ 2012-13 dated 14-09-2012. Written examination was conducted on 10-02-2013 at S.E.C Railway Mixed Higher Secondary (H/M) School, Bilaspur. Aspirants can check their results at below link…
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RRC Bilaspur Results Notification, Application Form, Exam Date, Result 2013
RRC Bilaspur Results of Group D Trackman Result Date 5 September 2012
RRB BILASPUR SOUTH EAST CENTRAL taken by the Group D exam result is declared. if taken by RRB BILASPUR SOUTH EAST CENTRAL exam result of Group D to see if you click on the link below. RRB BILASPUR SOUTH EAST CENTRAL taken
the Group D of the results were announced on 6 september 2012.
The result is uploaded on the official site of the RRB BILASPUR SOUTH EAST CENTRAL . Taken by the RRB BILASPUR SOUTH EAST CENTRAL if you want to see Group D results of the test result if the roll number / date of birth / name can look through your result.
Group D Result Date – 6 september 2012 have been announced.
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|Railway Recruitment Board|
|General Manager/SECR’s Office Complex|
|Bilaspur (C.G) Pin: 495 004|
In recognition to persistent public demands, a new Railway Zone, with its headquarters at Bilaspur, was inaugurated by Hon’ble Prime Minister of India, Shri Atal Bihari Bajpai on 20th Sep’ 1998.
It was a pleasant coincidence that the new Railway Zone was dedicated to nation by Shri Atal Bihari Bajpai, Prime Minister, on 05th Apr’ 2003.
Development of railways in the region served by the present South East Central Railway has passed through many phases over the last about 125 years.
How to fill Application Form
|Incomplete/illegible applications will lead to rejection of applications.|
Please go through the Notification thoroughly and carefully and fill up the form adhering to the instructions quoted therein. However, the following guidelines will assist to fill up the application form.
Employment Notice No. CEN – 01/2010
|Sr.No. 1 of Application form||I). Fill up the category No. and Name of the post applied for compulsorily. II). No option is called for the column should be left blank. (II is applicable to CEN No.01/2010)|
|Sr. No. 2 of Application form||Give the option from 2 Railways viz. SECR or CR as per your choice/preference.|
|Sr.No. 3 of Application form||Please write the name as mentioned in Matriculation certificate/High School Certificate in capital letters|
|Sr. No. 4 of Application form||Tick the community to which you belong. Please ensure that the same community is filled up wherever it is asked for.|
|Sr. No. 5 of Application form||Please write Father’s name as mentioned in Matriculation certificate/High School Certificate in capital letters|
|Sr.No. 6 of Application form||The Date of birth should be entered in the application form as per the Matriculation certificate/High School Certificate or Equivalent certificate.|
|Sr.No. 7 of application form||The age as on 01.07.2009 should be filled up. The upper age limit and lower age limit, as given in the notification shall be ensured.|
|Sr. No. 8 of Application form||Please indicate any two visible marks, on body, like a mole/scar etc.|
|Sr. No. 9 of Application form||Write academic/technical qualification duly filling all the details given in the form.|
|Sr. No. 10 of Application form||Kindly fill up the full address clearly indicating Village, Street No./House No. Tehsil, District, State as well as PIN CODE.|
|Sr. No. 11 of Application form||Please write the nearest Railway Station from your correspondence address in capital letters.|
|Left hand thumb impression||Please affix your Left Thumb Impression (LTI) in the space provided/specified for it, where the ridges must be clear and legible. LTI should not be blurred/smudged, dark or unreadable; else the application will be rejected.|
|Signature||Please put your full signature in running hand (NOT IN CAPITAL LETTERS) either in English or Hindi at the place specified for it. Signatures must be in same language and must tally. SIGNATURE IN CAPITAL LETTERS WILL RESULT IN REJECTION OF APPLICATION.|
|First time in July 1942, as an experimental measure, a Service Commission with a Chairman and two members was established for recruitment of Subordinate Staff on the then North West Railway. The position was reviewed in 1945 and Services Commissions at Bombay, Calcutta, Madras and Lucknow were set up under Railway Board. These Commissions were introduced with two fold functions of recruiting class III staff and also tender advice to General Managers for dealing with appeals from subordinate staff on disciplinary matters.|
|In 1948, the Indian Railway Enquiry Committee reviewed working of commissions. While recommending their permanency, suggested that the work related to appeals should be withdrawn so that commission can give undivided attention to recruitments. Chairman Bombay/Service Commission was given the supervisory role to Supervise Commissions at Calcutta, Lucknow and Madras.|
|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 1973 to cater the needs of the Northern Eastern Railway and to facilitate recruitment from the under developed areas of that region an additional commission was set up at Muzaffarpur. In the same year a branch office of Calcutta Service Commission was opened at Ranchi. In 1978 one more additional Service Commission was set up at Secunderabad to cater for the needs of newly formed South Central Railway. Recruitment of staff for the needs of NF Railway was still being done through recruitment committee control by NF Railway . Thus in 1978 this job was entrusted to full fledged service commission with Head Quarters at Guwahati. Yet another service commission was opened in 1980 at Bangalore to cater for the needs of candidates from remote backward areas of Karnataka. In 1981 fulfledge service commission was opened at Danapur.|
|Seven more commissions were set up in 1983 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 and a fulfledge commission at Ranchi was set up to cater for exclusive needs of Scheduled tribes of the area.|
|Renaming of Railway Service Commission as Railway Recruitment Board|
|In January 1985 Railway Service Commissions have been renamed as Railway Recruitment Boards (RRBs). In the year 1998, all RRBs came under the control of the Railway Recruitment Control Board (RRCB), which was set up in the Ministry of Railways (Railway Board) to coordinate and streamline the working of RRBs. Thus at present 20 Railway Recruitment Boards are functioning.|
|Railway Recruitment Board (RRB) Bilaspur was set up in September 2008. This is 20th RRB over Indian Railways. RRB/Bilaspur is housed in a independent office building in SECR Head Quarter complex at Bilaspur (C.G.) – 495004.|
|Objectives of Railway Recruitment Board|
|These recruitment boards have been set up based on the policies evolved over a period of time to achieve the following objectives:|
|To rationalize the work load on existing RRBs.|
|To Expedite selection process|
|To bring the recruitment agencies nearer to the candidates in the far flung areas and interior sides.|
|To conduct recruitment on all India basis.|
|This RRB has been set up to cater the needs of direct recruits in Technical and non-technical categories in Group ‘C’ posts as well as Para medical posts on the basis of Indents received from Chief Personnel Officer, South East Central and Central Railways for the following jurisdiction.|
|The RRB/Bilaspur is headed by Chairman, assisted by Secretary, with a team of Group-‘C’ & Group-‘D’ staff.|
|The office of RRB will be closed on Gazetted/Closed holidays.|
|List of Holidays|
|Chairman||11.00 Hrs. To 12.00 Hrs.|
|Secretary||11.00 Hrs. To 13.00 Hrs.|