भारतीय रेलवे में करीब 90 हजार कर्मचारियों की भर्ती
Recruitment of 90 thousand employees in Indian Railways: Motive of government.
Railways vacancy 2018: Recruitment of 90 thousand employees in Indian Railways. Indian Railways has begun the process of hiring approximately 90 thousand employees. Recruits will be held in assistants positions of crazy pilots, technicians, gangsters, mechanics, runners, cameramen, welders, hellers and loaders. It is believed that government responses to opposition criticism are the answer.
The opposition has been attacking the NDA government for not creating enough employment opportunities. On the other hand, the purpose of filling vacancies in the Railways vacancy 2018 is to strengthen the safety of the Railways. Rail accidents have increased for some time. In this way, dealing with railway accidents is the priority of the Minister of Railways Piyush Goyal. All recruitments are almost in the category related to security.
About 1.2 lakh jobs related to security in the Railways vacancy 2018 are empty. The railways are trying to consolidate their Safety Infrastructure by recruiting as many ground-level personnel as possible. Justifying the government’s decision, an official said that the recruitment was pending for a long time because of 40,000 to 45,000 employees retire in the Railways every year and can not reach an agreement with the safety of the railroad. With this, the government has to spend an additional 4000 crore rupees each year.
Significantly, Ferrocarriles has issued notifications for 63,000 jobs in category D, including gangsters, followers and other publications. In addition, notifications have been issued for 26,500 positions of pilots of Loko Pilots and assistants of Loco.
There was controversy over the minimum qualification and age limit for recruitment. Seeing the increasing controversy, the Railways gave relief to the minimum qualification for 62,907 posts and removed the need for ITI or equivalent certificate. Now any candidate can apply for these posts with the tenth. Railways have also reduced the age limit of all categories by 2 years.