What Makes Railway Recruitment So Much in Demand Among the Jobs Aspirants?
In the present day scenario of jobs in India, it wouldn’t be wrong to state that there is a balance between the demand for government and private jobs. With shifts and changes in the jobs scenario, a big respite has come for the aspirants of government jobs in the country. And a major contributor of these jobs have been in the railways, besides those in postal, medical, public sector industries, banks, to name a few.
In the India of 21st century, people are not about to leave the job offers and recruitment opportunities in the railway sector which is not only huge but is one of its kinds in the country. There are no private players in this sector and the entire railway in the country is under the Indian government. Whenever people think of an organisation that they would want to join for getting the government jobs, the railway jobs would necessarily come into the mind. Besides being government jobs, the railway recruitment is in demand among the population of the country because of some important reasons.
Vastness – The extensive network of the Indian railways in an indicator of the number of personnel required to carry out the smooth functioning. When the network goes through every city of the country, it is clear that there will be people required at different posts in each of these locations. And truly enough, the popularity for railway recruitment is much because of the availability of large number of jobs in the country.
Variety of jobs – Indian Railways is one of few sectors in the country, which have the requirement of all types of work profiles. Starting from the unskilled recruits under the group C and D categories where people are working in the field and in the maintenance sections, there are the officer posts in the Group A and B, who are responsible for the decision making and supervisory roles. Some of the common postings that are seen in the railways are in engineering, police, managers, doctors, and the lower group employees. Office staffs, station masters, and other people are present in each and every station. The ticket checkers are also an important constituent of the Indian railways. This is also a sector where many people are given jobs because of their sporting capabilities and such achievements. The group A and B recruitment is carried out by the UPSC while the employees of group C and D are recruited by the railway recruitment board of the said region.
Stability and pay – If the factor of pay scales and perks are to be considered to rate a particular sector in India for employability, then the Indian railways will perhaps be in the top categories. This being a central government organisation, the pay is quite high and comparable to the best paying industries in India. People are also attracted for railways because of the stable jobs and also because the recruits would rise up the ladder of postings gradually by the dint of promotions. Like any other government jobs, the employees posted permanently have many other perks such as gratuity, provident fund, LTC, pension, etc.
Those who are interested for the railway recruitment should be on the lookout for the different vacancies that are advised in different times and in various newspapers. People who want to be a part of the vast Indian railways need to prepare themselves accordingly and make themselves deserving for passing the written or clearing the interview rounds or both.
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