Job alert: Railways invites applications for over 9,000 posts in RPF

Job alert: Railways invites applications for over 9,000 posts in RPF
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Indian Railways on Tuesday invited online applications from candidates for recruitment to 8,619 posts of constables and 1,120 posts of sub-inspectors in the Railway Protection Force and the Railway Protection Special Force, a statement issued by the railway ministry said.

Indian Railways on Tuesday invited online applications from candidates for recruitment to 8,619 posts of constables and 1,120 posts of sub-inspectors in the Railway Protection Force and the Railway Protection Special Force, a statement issued by the railway ministry said.

The vacancies were announced for the recruitment of 4,403 male candidates and 4,216 female candidates for the posts of constables and 819 male candidates and 301 female candidates for the posts of sub-inspectors.

"Candidates are requested to see the employment news edition of 19-25 May, 2018 or visit the official website of Indian Railways for details," the statement said.

Earlier, Railway Minister Piyush Goyal had tweeted about these recruitments.

"Indian Railways releases more than 9,000 jobs for Constable and Sub Inspector posts in Railway Protection Force and Railway Protection Special Force, opening up new opportunities for youth (sic)," he had tweeted.

Earlier this month, Railways alerted citizens against touts running IRCTC job rackets. The Indian railways took to its Twitter account to warn against touts making a fool out of innocent people by providing them fake assurance of IRCTC jobs. IRCTC is Railways' e-ticketing arm. The full form of IRCTC is Indian Railway Catering and Tourism Corporation.

Railways issued a circular stating that some anti-social elements were making false promises of providing jobs in IRCTC, cautioning people to refrain from getting in their net.

According to railways, IRCTC has not initiated any recruitment drive recently or in the past. It also made it clear thatif any, employment opportunity would be available, the Railways and IRCTC would made it public through newspapers and it would also update it on their official website irctc.com.

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