Southern Railway government gecruitment Act / Trade Apprentices for Freshers
Southern Railway At Chennai
Post Name : Act Apprentices
No. of Vacancy : 148 Posts
Trades Wise Vacancies :
Fitter : 61 Posts
Welder : 15 Posts
Turner : 06 Posts
Machinist : 06 Posts
Electrician : 28 Posts
Mechanic Diesel : 24 Posts
Electronics Mechanic : 03 Posts
Carpenter : 01 Post
Medical Laboratory : 04 Posts
Educational Qualification : Candidates must have passed VIII/ 10th/ 12th or its equivalent with National Trade certificate in the notified trade issued by the National Council for Vocational Training.
Age Limit : 15 to 24 years (As on 26.01.2017)
Age Relaxation :
For OBC Candidates : 3 years
For SC/ST Candidates : 5 years
For PWD Candidates : 10 years
Job Location : Coimbatore (Tamil Nadu)
Selection Process : The selection is on the basis of merit list prepared based on the marks secured in the X and ITI in respect of all the candidates.
Application Fee : Candidates belonging to General/ OBC have to pay Rs. 100/- through Postal Order drawn in favour of the Work Shop Personnel Officer/S&T/Work Shop, Southern Railway-Podanur, Coimbatore-641 023 Payable at Coimbatore. No application fee for SC/ST/PWD/Women candidates.
How to Apply Southern Railway Vacancy : Interested Candidates may apply in prescribed application form along with photocopies of relevant documents, Colour passport size photograph send toThe Work Shop Personnel Officer, Office of the Chief Work Shop Manager, Signal & Telecommunication Work Shop, Southern Railway Podanur Coimbatore District Tamil Nadu 641 023 on or before 25.01.2017.
The Southern Railway Station of Knoxville was built in 1903-1904, and was designed by the architect, Frank P. Milburn, for the Southern Railway Company. Records of the time note an initial construction estimate of $40,000. The budget was later increased to $80,000 and in 1901 a notice indicated that the contract had been awarded to Nicholoas Ittner of Atlanta for $100,000.
Originally, the lower level of the Southern Railway Station contained the mail, express, telegraph, and dining rooms and the baggage area. The upper level consisted of segregated waiting rooms, which opened to the ticket office. These waiting areas each contained a smoking room, ladies parlor and restrooms. Interesting architectural features of the Southern Railway Station include fireplaces feating inscriptions by Robert Burns, the Scottish poet, and coffered ceilings in the former two passenger waiting rooms and the former restaurant on the ground level. New paint colors matching the original brick and stone have been used as well as the composition roof, which creates an illusion matching the original slate roof. Both buildings exhibit Neoclassical Revival with Jacobean/Dutch Colonial influence on the exterior, featuring corbel-stepped gables and windows of a new-classical palladia motif. The construction is a combination of brick, wood, and cast iron.