The Railway Recruitment Board (RRB) will probably be releasing the results of recruitment exams performed in 2018-19 in January 2020, Minister of Railways, Piyush Goyal mentioned in a written reply to a query requested within the Parliament. He knowledgeable the Home that the Railways — which is usually touted as one the most important recruiters within the nation — will probably be hiring over three lakh candidates in 2020.
Goyal knowledgeable that amongst these 3 lakh posts, a complete of two,621 posts will probably be crammed at gazetted officer stage and three,03,606 posts will probably be crammed for non-gazetted posts. This could additionally embrace the ultimate outcome for a number of exams performed in 2018 and 2019.
He additional mentioned that in opposition to the notifications launched in 2018 and 2019, panels of 74,507 posts have been declared to date, and the steadiness panels will probably be declared in 2020.
“For remaining 36,871 vacancies in Group ‘C’, recruitment is beneath course of and Panels for these are more likely to be provided by the yr 2020. For 1,03,769 for Stage -1 vacancies notified in 2019, round 1.15 crore functions have been acquired,” he acknowledged.
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The exams to fill a complete of two,83,674 vacancies had been performed in 2018 and 2019; of which 77,909 teams C and a complete of 63,202 vacancies at stage 1 posts had been crammed via notifications launched in 2018. Via notifications launched in 2019, a complete of 38,794 group C-level vacancies and 1,03,768 vacancies in stage 1 posts had been crammed, the Home was knowledgeable.
At present, the Railways staff a complete of 15.24 lakh folks of which 17,938 are on the gazetted and 15,06,189 at non-gazetted posts. Amongst reserved classes, least candidates are from the ST class with 1,196 and 95,836 employed within the gazetted and non-gazetted posts.
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Below the reserve classes, the OBC candidates with over 2.63 lakh enrolments have a lead adopted by 2.07 lakh SC class candidates, as acknowledged within the reply by the minister.