Q An Overview on IBPS RRB 2017

What are the important things to know about the IBPS RRB 2017?

Asked by Nanditha Jain,
A Answer By: GetmyuniEnterprise,

Indian railway is one of the main transport systems in India. it is used as a barrier for transporting a huge number of people from one place to other. Well, let’s have a small glance over the origin of Indian railways.

The first railway root in India is laid between Mumbai and thane in the year 1853.

At the time of independence, it had 42 rail systems. Later in the year 1951, it is nationalized as a single unit. India is one of the largest railway networks in the world. It has about 65 thousand km of railway track. The annual income is more than 1,000 million rupees all over the country. Again the Indian railway is divided into zones.

There are 18 zones and 71 divisions in Indian railways classified area wise. People who are looking for latest railway jobs can stay in touch with our site, as we update all the Indian railway's recruitment 2017.

The Indian railways are so far updating gradually. Previously it used coal, later modified to diesel and now electric trains. It always provides sophisticated facilities for the passengers as well as for unemployed applicants.

Railway Recruitment Board (RRB) are responsible for the recruitment of Group A, B, C & D positions & currently there are 21 RRBs functioning across India.

It is a wonderful chance of graduates to start a career in India`s largest public sector organization.

It is through these boards - exams, selections & various other tests for that particular zone is conducted.

Railway Recruitment Posts: Gazetted (Group 'An' and 'B') and Non-Gazetted (Group 'C' and 'D') in 21 RRBs:-

Group 'A' Posts: Group A posts is carried out by UPSC - appointed through Civil Service Exam, Engineering Service Exam, and Combined Medical Service Examination.

Group 'B' Posts: These posts are not open to directly. The Group B posts link Section Officers Grade - upgraded posts from Group 'C' railway employees on deputation basis.

Group 'C' Posts: Technical and Non-Technical cadre posts like Clerk, Station Master, Ticket Collector, Commercial Apprentice, Traffic Apprentice, Engineering posts (Civil, Mechanical, Electrical, Signal & Telecommunication) etc.

Group 'D' Posts: These posts in various disciplines include Trackman, Helper, Assistant Points Man, Safaiwala / Safaiwali, Gunman, Peon etc.