Railway RRC SWR Apprentice Recruitment 2020: Apply online for 1004 posts

Railway RRC SWR Apprentice Recruitment 2020: Apply online for 1004 posts

NEW DELHI: Railway Recruitment Cell has invited online applications from interested candidates for engagement of Act of Apprentices for imparting training under the Apprentices Act, 1961 in the designated trades at Divisions/Workshops/Units of South Western Railway.

Interested and eligible candidates can apply online through the official website – https://www.rrchubli.in/ – up to January 9, 2021.

RRC SWR Apprentice Recruitment 2020: Important Dates

S. No. Event Dates
1 Online application starting date 10 December , 2020
2 Last date to apply online 9 January , 2021
3 Release of admit card To be available soon
4 CBT Exam date To be available soon

RRC SWR Apprentice Recruitment 2020: Application Fee

S. No. Category Fees
1 For General/ OBC category candidates Rs 100/-
2 For SC/ST/PH/Women -Nil-

RRC SWR Apprentice Recruitment 2020: Vacancy Details

Division General OBC SC ST Total
Hubballi Division 158 65 43 21 287
Carriage Repair Workshop Hubballi 112 58 31 16 217
Bengaluru Division 138 75 44 23 280
Mysuru Division 91 47 26 13 177
Central Workshop Mysuru 23 12 7 1 43
Total 522 257 151 74 1004

RRC SWR Apprentice Recruitment 2020: Age Limit (As on 09/January/2021)

Minimum 15 Years
Maximum 24 Years
Age Relaxation (Upper Age Limit) As Per Rule

The general candidates should have completed 15 years of age and should not have completed 24 years of age as on last date of notification.

RRC SWR Apprentice Recruitment 2020: Mode of selection

Engagement will be on the basis of merit list prepared in respect of all the candidates who apply against the notification. The merit list will be prepared for the purpose on the basis of percentage of marks in matriculation with minimum 50% + ITI Marks in the trade in which apprenticeship is to be done (i.e., 50% of aggregate marks, both in matriculation & ITI). The panel will be on the basis of simple average of percentage of marks in the matriculation and ITI.
For the purpose of calculation of percentage of matriculation marks obtained by the candidates in all subject will be reckoned and not on the basis of marks of any subject or a group of subjects like best of five etc. For the purpose of calculation of percentage of ITI marks, marks mentioned in the provisional / final certificate issued by NCVT/ SCVT will be reckoned.
For the purpose of calculation of percentage of marks of SSC/matriculation candidates, whose secured marks are not mentioned in the score sheet, the candidates may calculate the percentage of marks by suing the formulae approved by the respective State Boards/ CBSE/ ICSE etc., for grades awarded to them against the subjects, which should be the same for verifying at the time of document verification.
Read official notice here
Source From : Times Of India

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