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The biggest recruitment process the railways started 2 years ago, find out what the update was

The biggest recruitment process the railways started 2 years ago, find out what the update was




Indian Railways is successfully completing the world's largest recruitment process. According to the Ministry of Railways, the recruitment process of Assistant People Pilot and Technician has been completed. 47 lakh 45 thousand candidates registered for 64 thousand posts of Assistant People Pilot and Technician. The panel approved 56378 candidates out of them.




The biggest recruitment process the railways started 2 years ago, find out what the update was

New Delhi: Indian Railways is successfully completing the world's largest recruitment process. According to the Ministry of Railways, the recruitment process of Assistant People Pilot and Technician has been completed. 47 lakh 45 thousand candidates registered for 64 thousand posts of Assistant People Pilot and Technician. The panel approved 56378 candidates out of them.



According to the railways, as soon as the lockdown is completed, training of 19,120 people will begin. According to Railways, the remaining candidates will be trained in phases. At the same time, the railways have expedited the preparation for the examination to be held for the non-technical category. Railways has received 1,26,30,885 online applications for the non-technical category.


Such a large number of people have registered. Therefore, with Corona in mind, the railways will have to make extensive arrangements. Candidates will be updated about the exam through the online site and message, Railways said.



The Railways said that the candidates who have applied have been advised to consider only official communication. Ignore social media and no rumors. Railways started this process two years ago and this is considered to be the largest recruitment process in the world. Most of the vacancies issued by the railways are related to the operational and safety of the post railways.

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