500+ Act Apprentice Positions Available in RRC SWR Recruitment 2024; 500+ Apprentice Positions Available in South Western Railway Recruitment 2024 RRC South Western Railway Recruitment Notification is now available; APPLY NOW @swr.indianrailways.gov.in. If you’re an aspirant looking for employment in the Indian government sector, we have good news for you: the Railway Recruitment Board is seeking qualified applicants to fill 904 Act Apprentice positions within its South Western Railway Department.
RRC SWR Notification
For the RRB recruitment procedure under RRC SWR, which will be based on a merit list, interview, or exam, all applicants who have completed the 10th grade with a minimum of 50% marks and an ITI Certificate are eligible. It would be ideal if you began preparing for the hiring process as all information and notifications related to the job posting are provided below.
|Application FeeApplication Fee: Rs.100/-Payment Mode: Through Online|
|Important Dates Starting Date to Apply Online & Payment of Fee: 2024Closing Date to Apply Online & Pay Fee: 2024 up to 24:00 Hrs|
|Age Limit (as on 2024)Minimum Age: 15 Years Maximum Age: 24 Years Age Relaxation is Applicable as per the rules.|
|Qualification Candidates should have passed their 10th class exam or its equivalent (under the 10+2 examination system) with a minimum of 50% marks, in aggregate, from a recognized & also possess a National Trade Certificate in the notified trade issued by the National Council for Vocational Training or Provisional Certificate issued by National Council for Vocational Training/State Council for Vocational Training (NCVT/SCVT).|
How do I apply for a job as a trade apprentice?
- Before filling out the application form, applicants must make sure they meet all of the registration requirements and other rules listed in the ad.
- Candidates who have signed up on the appropriate sites must send their applications online through the link to the official website.
- Candidates are asked to fill out all of the fields correctly and share scanned copies of all of the required papers (as listed).
- Marks from the qualifying test must be given as a number. In the case of CGPA, candidates are asked to turn it into a number according to their school’s rules, and this will be checked when the documents are checked.