Konkan Railway Recruitment 2018 65 Technician vacancy Apply Online

Konkan Railway Recruitment 2018 65 Technician vacancy Apply Online

Another bumpers recruitment in the railways, now the selection in these posts

Indian Railways has issued another recruitment after issuing job notifications in 90 thousand posts. This time the Konkan Railway has issued a notification, in which candidates will be selected for technical positions. Selection of this recruitment and application process will be different from recruitment for group-C and D posts of Railways. Interested in applying for this recruitment and eligible candidates can apply on the official website before the last date of application. The information related to recruitment is as follows:

 Konkan Indian railway vacancy 2018 details 

Candidates will be selected for 65 posts in the recruitment, in which for the 38 posts of Electrician and 27 posts for Telecom Maintainer is reserved.

Pay scale for Konkan Indian railway vacancy 2018:

The pay scale of the candidates selected for recruitment will be Rs 9300-34800 and its grade will be Rs 3800.

Eligibility for Konkan Railway Recruitment 2018

To apply for recruitment, candidates must have ITI in the concerned trade, with the passing of 10th pass.

Age Range Konkan Railway Recruitment 2018 :

In the recruitment, candidates from 18 years to 30 years can apply and on the basis of reservation, candidates can be given a discount.

Application fee for Konkan Railway Recruitment 2018 :

In order to apply for these posts, the fee will be Rs 500 and the SC, ST, PWD class candidates will have to pay a fee of 150 rupees. Fees can be paid by credit card and debit card.

Last date of application for Konkan Railway Recruitment 2018 :22 April 2018


Apply process for Konkan Railway Recruitment 2018 – You can apply by visiting the official website www.konkanrailway.com.

about indian railway

The first railway on the Indian subcontinent spread from Bombay to Thane, 21 miles away. In order to connect Mumbai with Thane, Kalyan and Thal and Bhor Ghat of Mumbai, for the first time in 1843, during the visit of Bhandup, the Chief Engineer of the Bombay Government, Mr. George Clark.

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