RRB JE Recruitment 2018-19: List of RRBs you can apply from & eligibility criteria
RRB JE Recruitment 2018-19: Once the RRB JE Recruitment 2018-19 Registration begins on 2nd January 2019, 10am, candidates interested in heading their career with the Indian Railways can apply online on the official website rrb.gov.in.
A whopping 13034 vacancies are for the post of Junior Engineer (JE) alone, while 49 vacancies are to be filled for the post of Junior Engineer - Information Technology, 456 for Depot Material Superintendent (DMS), and 494 for Chemical & Metallurgical Assistant (CMA).
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Once the RRB JE Recruitment 2018-19 Registration begins on 2nd January 2019, 10am, candidates interested in heading their career with the Indian Railways can apply online on the official websites of the participating regional Railway Recruitment Boards viz:
|Jammu & Srinagar||www.rrbjammu.nic.in|
Eligibility Criteria for RRB JE Recruitment 2018-19:
Diploma/Degree in Engineering in relevant discipline as will be issued by the RRBs.
Junior Engineer (Information Technology):
PGDCA/B.Sc. (Computer Science)/BCA/B.Tech. (Information Technology)/B.Tech. (Computer Science)/DOEACC 'B' Level Course of 3 years duration or equivalent from a recognized university/institute.
Depot Material Superintendent (DMS):
Diploma/Degree in Engineering from any discipline.
Chemical & Metallurgical Assistant (CMA):
Bachelors Degree in Science with Physics and Chemistry with minimum 45% marks.
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