Tuesday, 16 July 2013

Railway Recruitment in Northern Railway 2013 for Scout AND Guide Quota jobs

 Northern Railway recruitment
GOVT JOB DETAIL:Northern Railway Recruitment 2013: Northern Railway invites application form for filling up Scout & Guide Quota posts.Interested Candidates may apply through prescribed application format only on or before 31-07-2013,More details about Northern Railway Scout & Guide Quota jobs given below.

POST NAME: Recruitment of Scout & Guide Quota in Northern railway
Qualification :Passed 10th from recognized schools/ boards., A President Scout/Guide/Rover/Ranger OR Himalayan Wood Badge
Age Limit and Relaxation:18 to 33 Years as on 01-07-13 Age relaxation as per of Govt. of India instruction to SC/ST/OBC Candidates i.e. 5yrs. to SC/ST Candidates & 3yrs. to OBC Candidates.
Pay Scale: Rs. 5200-20200+GP 1800/
EXAMINATION FEE:For General & OBC Candidate Rs. 40/- by Indian Postal Order only, in favour of Sr. DFM, N.Rly, Ambala, payable at Ambala. Examination Fees is not refundable under any circumstances including time bared/ rejected application. IPO obtained earlier than the date of issue and later than closing date of the Employment notice will not be accepted. {However no fees for SC/ST candidates.
SELECTION PROCESS:The Applicants should  be selection will be done through Medical Fitness, Physical efficiency test, Interview and written test.
HOW TO APPLY:Applications are invited from eligible candidates for recruitment against Scout & Guide quota on Ambala Division for the year 2013-2014 on the prescribed application form as given. Application duly completed in all respect should be Addressed to Divisional Personnel Officer sent to the office of Divisional Railway Manager, Northern Railway, Ambala Cantt. (HARYANA) through ordinary Dak or may be dropped in BOX provided in Personnel Branch, DRM office, Ambala Cantt.
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Northern Railway
City Ambala
State Haryana
a} A President Scout/Guide/Rover/Ranger OR Himalayan Wood Badge OR Scouting Qualifications A Pre-Himalayan Wood Badge Holder Trained Scout Leader/ Advanced Trained Guide/ Leader/ Captain.
b} Should have been an active member of Scout & Guide Organisation for at least 03Years in the recent past and should continue to be active.
c} Should have attended at least one event at National level and one or two event at State level OR Should have a good record of participation in Scout & Guide activities at Unit/ District Level.
ABOUT THE ORGANISATION:Northern Railway now comprises of 5 Divisions-Ambala, Delhi, Ferozpur, Lucknow and Moradabad. Every land of India has its unique tale to narrate. Here are some special locations where one experiences the uniqueness of India, where one marvels at the cultural mosaic that is India. The terrain that falls in Northern Railway is also varied, from the mountainous Shivalik range to the lush Tarai region and the majestic Gangetic plains. The North of the country is bordered by the mighty Himalayas, the highest mountains on the earth. The Himalayas are not a single mountain but a series of ranges with beautiful valleys wedged between them. The final Southern range of the Himalayas, the Shivalik Hills ends abruptly in the northern plains of India. In complete contrast to the soaring mountain peaks, the northern plain is oppressively flat and slopes so gradually that almost all the way from Delhi to the Bay of Bengal it slopes only 200M. Jammu is J&K's second largest city and its winter capital. It is from Jammu that million of pilgrims fulfill their long desire of paying respect to the Vaishno Devi Shrine. Famous hill resorts of Katra, Kud, Patnitop and Batote are accessible from Jammu. East of Kud and Patnitop is the important Sudh Mahadev Shiva Temple. Farther along, Sanasar is a beautiful valley where Gujjar Shepherds gather each summer. The World's highest PRS is situated in Leh/Ladak which is part of Jammu & Kashmir. Jammu is also the gateway to the Second Switzerland of the world "Srinagar".he Capital of India-which is really New Delhi. After all, what other experiences do we have to compare with travel as opportunities to expand our horizons (geographically, culturally, emotionally, intellectually) to encounter people, cultures and places so different from ourselves?" This is what Mick smith and Rosaleen Duffy conclude in their analyses of Contemporary Geographies of Leisure, Tourism and Mobility.


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