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Over 1820concerns registered through Outreach camps in NCR in 3 weeks Orientation sessions for Act Apprentices also organized

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पत्रांक:11पीआर/02/2022प्रेस विज्ञप्ति: दिनांक17.02.2022

Over 1820concerns registered through Outreach camps in NCR in 3 weeks

Orientation sessions for Act Apprentices also organized

In order to address the concerns of candidates appearing in RRB NTPC and RRC level 1 examinations, RRB Allahabad and North Central Railway had opened outreach camps at Agra, Prayagraj and Jhansi to facilitate candidates raising and registering their concerns regarding recruitment methodology. These camps were organized from 28.01.2022 to 16.02.2022. During this period total 128 candidates (Agra-10, Jhansi-17 & Prayagraj-101) visited the physical outreach camps. The camps were manned by officials from personnel branch of the divisions under the overall guidance of Senior Divisional Personnel Officers, in addition to the officials from RRB Allahabad.


Apart from physically visiting the camps, 1087 candidates registered their concerns through google link and 612 emails have also been received till 16.02.2022.

The High powered committee formed by the Railway Board to look into the concerns of candidates appearing in RRB’s Non-Technical Popular Category (NTPC) exam and RRC Level 1 recruitment exam visited Prayagraj o­n 12.02.2022 at the outreach camp to interact with the candidates and sought their suggestions o­n the recruitment methodology. 100 candidates who appeared in various examinations of Railways attended the session at Coral Club and registered theirconcerns before the committee.


All these concerns submitted in these camps has been compiled and sent to the high power committee. After examining these concerns committee is expected to submit their recommendations by first week of March.


Apart from these outreach camps, Orientation sessions were also organized for new trainees of Act Apprentice. Under this, the complete information about the Act Apprentice 1961 was provided and the trainees were encouraged to learn more and more technical nuances through this apprenticeship. They were told that this training would improve their skill and after apprenticeship, various options of employment would be available to them. Candidates who have undergone apprentice with Railways are given preference o­n 20% of seats in RRC Level 1 exam.


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