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West Central Railway Apprentice Recruitment 2021 Apply Online | 716 Vacancies Full-time Job

Apr 15th, 2021 at 16:23   Railway   Jabalpur   12 views
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West Central Railway Apprentice 2021 for ITI Freshers and Experienced ITI holders in various trades. In this post, Jobsveto.com blog updated latest West Central Railway Trade Apprentice Vacancy 2021 and upcoming WCR Railway Jobs.

West Central Railway invites online applications for recruitment of Apprentices in various ITI trades for fill up 716 vacancies under Apprentice Act 1961. The last date for submission of applications is 30th April 2021.

Advertisement No. WCR/P-HQ/Rectt./122/Act.App. dated 08-012021

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Total Vacancies

Trade Apprentice


Trade wise Vacancies:

Electrician - 135 Posts
Fitter - 102 Posts
Welder (G&E) - 43 Posts
Painter (General) - 75 Posts
Meson - 61 Posts
Carpenter - 73 Posts
Plumber - 58 Posts
Blacksmith - 63 Posts
Wireman - 50 Posts
Computer Programming and Programming Assistant (COPA) - 10 Posts
Machinist -05 Posts
Turner – 02 Posts
Lab Assistant - 02 Posts
Crane Assistant - 02 Posts
Draftsman - 05 Posts

Age Limit: 15 to 24 years as on 1st April 2021. Age relaxation as per Govt. rules.

Educational Qualification:

10+2 Pass with 50% marks.
10th Pass with ITI in relevant trade.

Selection Process: Based on merit list. Prepared taking the average of the % age marks obtained by the candidates in 10th Class and ITI.

Application Fee: 100/- + 70 (GST) for General and OBC category candidates. No fee for Reserved category candidates.

How to Apply: Eligible Interested candidates should apply online through Apprenticeship India official website (www.apprenticeshipindia.org). The last date for registration of online applications is 30/04/2021.

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Company Description
The West Central Railway, one of the 18 zones of the Indian Railways, came into existence on 1 April 2003. It is headquartered at Jabalpur. It was created by taking away two divisions namely Bhopal division and Jabalpur division from central railways and one division namely Kota division from western railway.