|North Central Railway recruitment notification released. There is a total of 480 vacancies. The post name of this notification is Act Apprentice. The last date to apply for this job notification is 16th Apr 2021|
|Post Name||No.of Vacancies|
|10th pass with a minimum aggregate of 50% marks and ITI passed certificate in related trade|
|15 to 24 years as on 17th Mar 2021|
|Job Location||Jhansi (Uttar Pradesh)|
|How To Apply|
|Apply online from http://mponline.gov.in/ from 17th Mar 2021 to 16th Apr 2021|
|Start Date To Apply: 17th Mar 2021
Last Date To Apply: 16th Apr 2021
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|Apply Online||Click Here|
|Official Website||Click Here|
The North Central Railway (NCR), in its existing form 1st-Apr-2003. The North Central Railway (NCR) being network spreads over a wide area of North Central India, including the states of Uttar Pradesh, Delhi, Rajasthan, Madhya Pradesh, and Haryana.
By Dec-2017, Indian railways for the 1st time introduced 6,095 GPS allowed “Fog Pilot Assistance System” Indian railway signaling devices in 4 most main affected zones, North Central Railway zone, Northern Railway zone, North Western Railway zone, and North Eastern Railway zone by taking away with the old system of setting fireworks on railway tracks to change train divers operating trains on snail’s speed. With these tools, train pilots understand in advance, the position of signals, level-crossing gates, and other such surrounding markers.
The North Central Railway (NCR) region spreads over 3 divisions viz Jhansi, Allahabad, and Agra. It continues from Ghaziabad in the north to Mughalsarai in the east on the New Delhi-Howrah trunk route & from Palwal to Bina on the New Delhi Chennai/Mumbai corridor. North Central Railway (NCR) includes parts of Madhya Pradesh, Haryana, UP, and Rajasthan with about 3062 km of BG covering predominately double line- electrified divisions defining the views and diagonals of the Golden Quadrilateral. North Central Railway consists of 221 branch line stations and 202 mainline stations.