Railway Non-Technical Cadre Examination
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Railway Non-Technical Cadre Exam  : Introduction

  
  
  
  
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The Indian railways are broadly divided and sub-divided into zones, divisions and departments, each controlling a particular function. Every division has a certain number of technical and non-technical departments, which form the base structure on which the railways function. Technical departments include civil, technical and mechanical engineering, signalling and telecom, and several others dealing with similar disciplines, while the non-technical departments include general services such as accounts, personnel management, Railway protection Force (RPF) or security and traffic services, among others.

Recruitment of the non-technical cadre in Class III (or Group C) services in the Indian railways are done through the Non-technical Cadre Examination conducted every year by the different Railway Recruitment Boards (RRB) situated across the country.

Railway Recruitment Boards are located at Allahabad, Ahmedabad, Ajmer, Chandigarh, Jammu, Gorakhpur, Patna, Guwahati, Calcutta, Bhubaneswar, Chennai (Madras), Trivandrum, Bangalore, Secunderabad, Mumbai (Bombay), Bhopal, Malda, Ranchi, etc.

These Examinations are conducted for the positions such as Clerks, Assistant Station Masters, Ticket-Collectors, Train Clerks etc.

The Boards advertise Non Technical vacancies of the respective zones of the Indian railways, through newspapers and the Employment News and conduct both written examinations and interviews.



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