Indian Railway Jobs 2019 – Latest RRB Vacancies in India

Latest RRB / Indian Railway Jobs Jan 2019

Recently there is big announcement was made by the ministry of Railway that Indian railway will recruit more people than last year and almost filling up around 18252 position in non technical categories at various zonal headquarters across the country.

The selection procedure for the job is really simple and will conduct written examination and other related job test later on to select the candidate for various grades.

There is number of Indian railway vacancies  available in various RRB’s across the country.

Latest Indian Railway Jobs January 2019

Traffic Apprentice TA – 1645 posts

Junior Accountant JAA – 1205

Goods Guard – 7591 Posts

Commercial Apprentice CA – 703

Asst. Station Master ASM – 5942

Sr. Clerk – 869

Sr. Time keeper – 04

Transport Asst. – 166

Jobs in Indian Railway for Graduate has been classified in multiple category to check the education criteria and eligibility must see the official notification of Indian Railway.

All said post offered under Indian Railway Jobs 2018-2019 will be filled up by the Multiple RRB Board of the country such as RRB Ahmedabad, RRB Ajmer, RRB  Allahabad, RRB Bangalore, Bhubaneshwar, Bhopal, Chandigarh, Bilaspur, Gorakhpur, Chennai, RRB  Jammu – Srinagar, RRB  Guwahati, RRB  Malda, RRB  Kolkata, RRB  Mumbai, RRB Muzaffarpur, RRB  Patna, RRB Ranchi. RRB  Thiruvananthapuram, RRB  Siliguri, RRB  Secunderabad


Indian Railway Jobs Jan 2019

Indian Railways always has been the hour of talking point between the youngsters and professionals. It’s not just about only going through recruitment process and serving for the Railways, it’s definitely more than that. It carves out the inner feeling for your selfless service for the country and his or her country persons.  Shouldn’t leave this uncanny question unanswered among youngsters that how does Indian Railways work and how the actual recruitment process work.  Let’s get an insight depth by putting more wisdom on it.

Indian Railways historic formation: – From neutral point of view, Railways has had been a government statutory body headed by the Ministry of Railways. It came in to existence in the 18th century, 1853 and first run was between Mumbai to Thane. It is one of the largest Railway network in the world carrying 23 million passengers in a day.

Indian Railway Zones: – It is divided in to 17 different zones and further divided in too many sub divisions. The different Zones are made up of sub divisions having its divisional headquarter. In total, the Railway zonal has 68 divisions. Just in case there is a railway zone in south called as southern zone, represented by General Manager. The southern zone has its divisions in Salem, Madurai, Tiruchirappalli, Chennai, Palakkad, and Thiruvananthapuram which is under the control of DRM, Divisional Railway Manager.  After that, DRM possesses the authority and can ask any questions on works and complaints to its sub junior staffs of various engineering disciplines like mechanical, electronic, electrical, accounts and personnel etc. Now the hierarchy after them comes to station master who manages and controls the stations and movements of trains which is under their administration.

Sr. No. Zones Headquarter Sub divisions
1 Southern Chennai Chennai, Palakkad, Tiruchirappalli, Madurai, Salem and Thiruvananthapuram
2 Central Mumbai Mumbai, Pune, Solapur, Nagpur, Bhusawal
3 Western Mumbai Mumbai Central , Ratlam, Ahmedabad, Rajkot, Bhavnagar, Indore, Surendranagar, Vadodara.
4 Eastern Kolkata Howrah, Sealdah, Malda, Asansol.
5 Northern Delhi Delhi, Ambala, Lucknow, Udhampur, Firozpur and Moradabad.
6 North Eastern Gorakhpur Izzatnagar, Lucknow and Varanasi.
7 South Eastern Kolkata Kharagpur, Adra, chakradharpur and Ranchi.
8 North Eastern Frontier Guwahati Tinsukia, Alipurduar, Lumding, Katihar and Rangia
9 South Central Secunderabad Vijaywada, Hyderabad, Nanded, Guntakal  Hyderabad and Guntur
10 Kolkata Metro NA NA
11 East Central Hajipur Danapur, Dhanbad, Mughalsarai, Samastipur and Sonpur
12 North Western Jaipur Jaipur, Ajmer, Bikaner and Jodhpur
13 East Coast Bhubaneswar Khurda Road, Sambalpur and Visakhapatnam
14 North Central Allahabad Allahabad, Agra and Jhansi
15 South East Central Bilaspur Bilaspur, Raipur and Nagpur


South Western Hubli Hubli, Bangalore and Mysore
17 West Central Jabalpur Jabalpur, Bhopal and Kota


Recruitment for Indian Railways Personnel is through two channels

How the Recruitment process work for recruiting the staff, engineers and various personnel to unlock the doors of Indian Railways

  1. Indian Engineering Services: – To get in to these elite services of Indian Railways, one needs a sound preparation of basic technical Subjects related to their disciplines. The various disciplines entertained are Mechanical, Electrical, Electronics and Civil Engineering. This examination is conducted by UPSC to select the best match talented for the Railway Officers. This recruitment is for the Gazetted post Officers rank under A.
  2. Group C and Group D: – The Recruitment process for these employees is carried out by the 21 different Railway Recruitment Boards known as RRB. The Railway Recruitment Cell is authorized to govern and conduct the examination for various posts. It is fully controlled by the Railway Recruitment Control Board known as RRCB. The RRB was set up in 1998 recruiting the candidates since 17 years, headquartered in New Delhi.

RRB Vacancies and Indian Railway Recruitment Boards – Railway Jobs 2016

Sr. No.  Railway Recruitment Boards Websites
1 RRB Ahmedabad  Click Here
2. RRB Ajmer  Click Here
3 RRB Allahabad  Click Here
4. RRB Bangalore  Click Here
5. RRB Bhopal  Click Here
6. RRB Bhubaneswar  Click Here
7. RRB Bilaspur  Click Here
8. RRB Chandigarh  Click Here
9. RRB Chennai  Click Here
10 RRB Gorakhpur  Click Here
11. RRB Guwahati  Click Here
12 RRB Jammu and Kashmir  Click Here
13 RRB Kolkata  Click Here
14 RRB Malda  Click Here
15 RRB Mumbai  Click Here
16 RRB Muzaffarpur  Click Here
17 RRB Patna  Click Here
18 RRB Ranchi  Click Here
19 RRB Secunderabad  Click Here
20 RRB Siliguri  Click Here
21 RRB Thiruvananthapuram  Click Here

Website: –

From here you can get all the details regarding various RRB centre’s and the recruitment process.

Type of examination Pattern.

The Indian Railway Recruitment Board asks the questions on these wide varied topics.

  • General Knowledge
  • General English which includes Reading comprehension, sentence correction, grammatical usage.
  • Technical subjects :- relevant to the candidates discipline
  • General science up to the level of 10th

We will update this page everyone when Railway Recruitment board will publish new vacancy in any category TTE, Station Master, Loco Pilot, Gangman, Engineer, PWI, Section Engineer etc.