Indian Railway’s big gift to unemployed youth
NEW DELHI: Railways has decided to cut down its nearly two year-long recruitment process to just eight to nine months, a senior official said today.
With over two lakh vacancies in the national transporter, general managers of 16 zonal railways had requested Ashwani Lohani, Chairman Railway Board, to cut down the process which usually takes around two years.
“We are finalising a proposal to restrict the recruitment process to eight or nine months by expediting every step,” the official said.
The board has instructed its departments to explore a time line of six months, which now officials say has been tentatively fixed at around nine months.
The departments have been asked to submit their proposals on the issue by January 20