Railway Recruitment Board Ajmer was incorporated in the year 1983 and was named as its present holding as RRB Ajmer in the year 1985 from its former name of Railway Service Commission Ajmer. Railway Recruitment Board Ajmer works under the Railway Recruitment Control Board under Ministry of Railways under the sovereign Government of India. It is mainly accountable for recruiting the supervisory and working staff (Group C & D) which is required for Ajmer, Jodhpur, Jaipur, Kota Divisions of West and Central Railway and Bikaner Divisions of North Western Railway. Presently there are 19 other Railway Recruitment Boards which are functioning under the Ministry of Railway for Indian Government.
Objective of Railway Recruitment Board Ajmer:
The main objectives for which this Railway Recruitment Board Ajmer was set up are:
- To meet the regional aspirations of employment
- To expedite the process of merit basis selection and recruitment
- To rationalize the load of work on present RRBs
- To bring the recruitment agencies much closer to the potential candidates from the rural and far flung areas
Recruitment Process of Railway Recruitment Board Ajmer:
The Railway Recruitment Board Ajmer adopts the similar pattern like that of the other RRBs. Like other RRBs, Railway Recruitment Board Ajmer also invites applications by making employment notification on the official website of Railway Recruitment Board Ajmer or through the employment newspaper. It can also publish the notifications by means of local and national newspaper if it wants to circulate the notification to deep reach the public. The interested candidates can apply for various posts by filling the application form. It is very important for the candidates to read the entire notification content thoroughly before filling the application forms. It is advised to all aspirants to read the guidelines point by point and then submit the application form. It is also demanded by the RRB to ascertain if the aspirants are eligible for the particular post for which they are supposed to submit the application form.
Once you have sent the application form, it is scrutinized and if found eligible, you will be issued an admit card. The admit card can either by downloaded from the official website or they are sent to you by registered post. After you have appeared for the written examination and if successfully passed, you will be called for the interview round. Some category posts require you to appear for another test which is the intellectual test, typing test or the stenography test. This is conducted to ascertain if you are capable of performing the practical work successfully.
After they successfully clear all the rounds, they are asked to bring their documents for verification. Thereafter they are appointed for that respective post if they clear all stages of selection including the mandatory provision for Medical fitness test.
Recruitment Structure of Railway Recruitment Board Ajmer:
The Railway Recruitment Board Ajmer invites applications for number of technical and non-technical posts like Station Master, Assistant Engineer, Senior Section Engineer (Works), Senior Section Engineer (Estimator/ Drawing/ Civil/ Design), Works Engineer (Mech/ C&W), Works Engineer (Signal), Works Engineer (Diesel Mechanic), Junior Engineer (Tele), Depot Material Superintendent And Chief Depot Material Superintendent.
The Railway Recruitment Board Ajmer requests the candidates to keep themselves updated with the employment newspaper and the official website of Railway Recruitment Board Ajmer at regular interval so that they can apply for the posts as soon as the employment notification is announced.
The formation of Railway Recruitment Board is basically to segregate the work burden of this mammoth organization which is supposed to be the single largest employer in India. With various divisions of Railways catered through these RRBs are ascertaining the deeper reach of the Indian Railway into every nook and corner of India. The process of recruitment is being controlled by the apex authority Railway Recruitment Control Board at the central level and the process is streamlined under strategic supervision.
RRB Ajmer is playing an important role in the whole recruitment procedure as it is connected with three major Railway zones of the country. The complete process is managed under functional supervision of the Chairman of the Board to entrust merit basis selection avoiding any sort of discrepancy. With the latest technological intervention RRBs have been computerized for easy and effective communication. Day is not far when the whole process of recruitment can be streamlined through online procedure for application, selection and recruitment.