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The Indian railway is one of the largest sectors that provide a huge number of vacancies to the job seekers every year. It provides employment opportunities for technical as well as non-technical posts. People can apply for a number of job posts according to their suitability and qualifications.

There are a number of openings in the Railway Recruitment Board (RRB) Mumbai in 2016.  People with different qualifications can apply for it depending upon their areas of interests and skills. There are 2296 vacancies for which applications have been invited which include the Good Guards, Typist-cum-assistants, Junior accountants, commercial apprentice and a lot more. According to the qualifications and criteria, the job seekers can check out the most suitable job for themselves where they can meet all the requirements and successfully apply for the job position.

Update. Result Date

RRB Chennai Results will be announced by 3rd week of September 2016. Candidate need to login to indianrailways.gov.in or the regional RRB website and login with their information to see the result.

The selection process for RRB Mumbai

The selection process usually includes aptitude test or the typing skill test which mostly every graduate candidate is required to pass. These applications are made online as well as the test modes include online examinations. The last date to apply online for the RRB Mumbai was 25th January 2016.

An aspirant is required to gain sufficient knowledge regarding the selection process and the job posts. He should have the complete information about the name of the posts available, their vacancy details, the education required to qualify the vacancy post, the age limits, the fee to be paid for the particular vacancy, modes of payment, the process of selection, etc.

Minimum requirements for RRB Mumbai

The candidates applied for the posts in RBR Mumbai recruitment shall possess a minimum of a graduation degree or a qualification equivalent to it in the required field of the job from a recognized university.

The candidates who have applied for the clerk-typist should be professional computer typists.

Age: The minimum age of all the RRB Mumbai applicants should be 18 years. They should be older than 32 years as on 1st January 2016.

For the reserved category under the government rules, there is an age relaxation.

Application fee: the fee amount to be paid by the general and other unreserved categories is RS100. The other categories which include SC/ST/PWD/OBC/Ex-servicemen/Women do not have to pay any amount of fee.

Mode of payment: a person can pay only through internet banking, debit card, credit card or a bank challan through any branch of state bank of India or through Post Office pay-in-slip.

Test conducted: every person who has applied for the vacancies is evaluated through tests. They are required to pass the aptitude test or the typing skill test according to the job position they have applied for. These tests are conducted by the selection committee of Railway Recruitment Board, Mumbai.

How to apply online for RRB Mumbai

Before you think of applying online for RRB Mumbai, you should have a valid email id, a mobile number, a scanned copy of you photograph as well as a scanned copy of your signature.

Once you have these ready with you, visit the official website of the RRB Mumbai i.e., is www.rrbmumbai.gov.in.

Now, check the recruitment section of the website. You will find it easily on the homepage itself. After selecting the ‘recruitment’ option, click on ‘RRB CEN 03/2016 Recruitment’ and then click on the ‘apply online’ link.

You will be asked to fill in the details. As you are already ready with the requirements mentioned above, simply fill them up and save it. Then go to the pay options and the required amount mentioned. Once you have filled the form and paid the fee, you can take out the print out of the form for later use.

Posts available

  • Commercial Apprentice- CA -703 posts
  • Traffic Apprentice- TA – 1645 posts
  • Enquiry-Cum-Reservation Clerk -ECRC – 127 posts
  • Goods Guard -7591 posts
  • Senior Clerk-Cum-Typist – 869 posts
  • Junior Accounts Assistant-Cum-Typist (JAA) – 1205 posts
  • Assistant Station Master (ASM) – 5942 posts
  • Traffic Assistant – 166 posts
  • Senior Time Keeper – 4 posts

Online apptitude test

The online aptitude test is to judge your basic level skills and knowledge. Candidates who have applied for the positions will be sent a call letter regarding the examination along with their admit cards. They will be provided with the necessary information details like the centre of examination, date of examination, roll number and other requirements that should be fulfilled on the examination date.

The applicants can check the course on the internet and know about their exam pattern. Once you are thorough with your exam pattern, it is always recommended to practice numerous questions so gain a confidence level.

Once the examination is over, you have to wait for the results. After the results come out, there are different merit lists drawn which you can check on the official website itself. It will tell you if you have scored the minimum marks to qualify or not. If qualified, you can take your proceedings further for application to the job.

Typing skill test

This test is conducted only for some vacancy job posts such as for a senior clerk, reservation-enquiry clerk, typist assistant, time-keeper clerk, etc. if they qualify the typing test, they will be considered suitable for their job positions and will be further asked to come for the interviews as a part of further selection process.

Verification of documents

When the candidates have cleared their examinations, they will have to submit their documents for further verifications

Medical examinations

Before a candidate is selected for the job position, he should qualify the medical examination and successfully get a certified medical certificate. This is because a candidate should be fit for his job post and thus should qualify the fitness test as per the requirement of his job position.

Final selection

Depending upon the candidate’s performance in the online exam and the candidate’s overall performance in the entire selection process, he will be assessed to know whether he qualifies the final merit list or not. The final merit list will show the name of the candidate and will be successfully called for further training.

This is how the recruitment procedure of the Railway recruitment Board of Mumbai works.

Examination held

The examination held by the railway recruitment board was a multiple questions objective type test of 90-minute duration. This exam was a 100 marks paper.

RRB Mumbai Jobs Results

RRB Mumbai Results

In the year 2016, the railway recruitment board looks forward to a better performance by the new employees. They are recruiting a huge number of students for different posts such as good guard, traffic apprentice, assistant station master, commercial apprentice and much more. The exam was conducted online and the examinees seem to be eagerly waiting for the results of railway recruitment board of Mumbai 2016. For the non-technical graduates, the results shall be updated soon.

There is a total of 18252 posts vacant in the zonal list out of which 224 will be allotted by the examinations of railway recruitment board, Mumbai.

The candidates waiting for the results can check their results on www.rrbmumbai.gov.in. The cut offs will be updated soon and students who have applied for their respective categories can check their eligibility in the cut offs through their results.

The merit list depends on a number of factors such as the number of vacancies in a particular job post, the number of candidates who have appeared in the examination, level of the examination, etc.

Location of RRB Mumbai

 

How to check the result

The results can be checked by the candidates through the official website login. They will have to log in to the website using the registration id and birth date in the space given for logging.

 

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