There is a great opportunity to get a job in the Ministry of Railways. Recruitment for 1047 posts is underway in Dedicated Freight Corridor Corporation of India Limited (DFCCIL), a company under Railways. The period of this recruitment process has been extended by. As per the new notification, online applications for these posts can now be submitted by July 23. Under this recruitment, DFCCIL will have corporate office recruitments in New Delhi. In addition, vacant posts will also be filled up in its regional units in Mumbai, Ahmedabad, Vadodara, Ambala etc. A total of 1,074 posts are being recruited under this recruitment.
Details of posts:-
Junior Manager (Civil) ? 31 posts
Junior Manager (Operations & BD) ? 77 posts
Junior Manager (Mechanical) ? 3 posts
Executive (Civil) ? 73 posts
Executive (Electrical) ? 42 posts
Executive (Signal and Telecommunication) ? 87 posts
Executive (Operations & BD) ? 237 posts
Executive (Mechanical) ? 3 posts
Junior Executive (Electrical) ? 135 posts
Junior Executive (Signal and Telecommunication) ? 147 posts
Junior Executive (Operations & BD) ? 225 posts
Junior Executive (Mechanical) ? 14 posts
Total Posts ? 1047
As per the notification issued, different educational qualifications have been fixed in different posts. Full information can be obtained by clicking on the notification available on the official portal- dfccil.com. Different educational qualifications are required for those who pass 10th for ITI as well as diploma, degree, MBA or PGDM and engineering of the respective trade.
The candidates for these posts will be selected through Computer Based Test (CBT), Computer Based Aptitude Test (for Executive Operations and BD Posts only), Document Verification, Interview (for Junior Manager Posts only), Medical Test (for all posts).
Computer based testing (online mode) lasts for two hours. 120 MCQ questions will be asked in English or Hindi. Computer based aptitude test will be conducted only for executive (operations and BD) posts. Visit the portal www.rdso.indianraipment.gov.in to know the nature of the questions.