Table of Contents: 1 Post Details 2 Salary Details 3 Eligibility 4 Selection Procedure 4.1 Application Fee 4.2 How to Apply 5 About Company/Institution 6 Latest News
Date of advertisement – 20/11/2015
Date of interview – 17/12/2015
Chittaranjan Locomotive Works (Indian Railway) Recruitment 2015
Into the table below you can see the name of the post, category wise vacancies and then the total number of posts as advertised into the original recruitment advertisement notification of Chittaranjan Locomotive Works (Indian Railway).
|Name of the post||UR||OBC||SC||ST||Total|
Total number of post – 10
Monthly Salary for Para Medical Staff
- Staff Nurse Rs.21190/- per month.
- Pharmacist Rs.12190/- per month.
- Staff Nurse – 20 to 40 years (as on 20/11/2015)
- Pharmacist – 20 to 35 years (as on 20/11/2015)
- Saff Nurse – Certificate as Registered Nurse & Midwife having passed 03 years course in General Nursing and Midwifery from a school of Nursing or other Institution recognized by the Indian Nursing Council or B.Sc.(Nursing
- Pharmacist – 12th pass in Science or its equivalent with 02(two) years Diploma in Pharmacy & registration with Pharmacy Council of India or registration with State Pharmacy Council.
How to Apply for Vacancy in Chittaranjan Locomotive Works (Indian Railway)
- Download the Advertisement
- Read the Advertisement Carefully
- Print the Application Form
- Complete the Application Form
- Attach the Supporting Documents
- Date of Interview – 17/12/2015
- Venue at:-
The Kasturba Gandhi
About the Chittaranjan Locomotive Works (Indian Railway)
|Name of the company||Chttaranjan Locomotive works (Indian Railway)|
|Type||Government of India|
|Industry||Electrical Locomotives (at present)|
Latest News of Chittaranjan Locomotive Works (Indian Railway)
Indian Railways on Monday awarded contracts to global giants General Electric and Alstomfor setting electric and diesel locomotive factories in Marhora and Madhepura in Bihar, marking the first major FDI in rail projects after the limit was raised by the government in select railways sectors.
The plants will be set up with an investment of nearly Rs 40,000 crore.
Dubbed as the first big ticket project under the ‘Make in India’ initiative in the public transporter, GE and Alstom were issued the letters of award for the high-value contract acceptance letters, according to a senior Railway Ministry official.The mega projects approved since 2007 by the then Railway Minister Lalu Prasad, got mired in controversies, years of red tape and indecision by successive ministers, finally saw the light of the day during Suresh Prabhu regime.
While it will cost Rs 2,052 crore for setting up the diesel locomotive factory at Marhora, the electric one will cost Rs 1,293.57 crore at Madhepura.
The contract agreements with both GE and Alstom will be signed in a month, the official said.
The projects, closely monitored by the PMO, involve manufacturing of 1,000 diesel locomotives and 800 electric locomotives over next 10 years and is worth about Rs 40,000 crore.
US-based multinational GE, the lowest bidder for the Marmora diesel locomotive factory, is expected to manufacture the 1,000 locomotives over 10 years. While 100 will be imported, rest will be manufactured at Marmora as part of the Make in India initiative. There will be two types of diesel locos — 4500 horse power and 6000 HP – manufactured by GE in Marhora.
There will be two loco sheds at Gandhidham and Bhatinda for maintenance of the modern diesel locomotives.
French major Alstom, the lowest bidder for the Madhepura electric locomotive factory, will manufacture 800 high power electric locomotives locos in the next 10 years. It will manufacture 12,000 HP electric locomotives to be used for heavy haulage.
According to the contract, while 5 diesel locos will be imported, the rest 795 will be manufactured at Madhepura as part of the project. Maintenance of the locos will also be the responsibility of the company and for this it will set up two maintenance sheds at Nagpur and Sharanpur.
Of the 1,000 diesel locomotives to be manufactured by GE, 700 will be of 4,500 horse power (HP) and 300 of 6,000 HP
With the government allowing 100% FDI in Railways, the setting up of the two locomotive plants in joint venture mode is crucial for the public transporter in order to boost its infrastructure.
Railways will have 26% equity and also provide land while the global players will have 74% equity in each of the plant.
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