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    Railway jobs for Computer Science Engineering graduates? How to apply for Railway jobs after passing CSE course?

    Railway jobs for Computer Science Engineering graduates? How to apply for Railway jobs after passing CSE course?

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    Re: Railway jobs for Computer Science Engineering graduates? How to apply for Railway jobs after passing CSE course?

    Sir, I am an Engineering graduate in Computer Science. I like to work in railway. Please reply me through mail, In which post I can apply

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    sumitchourasiya sumitchourasiya is on a distinguished road
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    Re: Railway jobs for Computer Science Engineering graduates? How to apply for Railway jobs after passing CSE course?

    hello friend

    The following jobs are available for CSE graduates

    Additional general manager hardware software
    Electronic mechanical IT
    Jr Engineer IT
    Junior Engineer


    For this job you have to qualify the RRB exam conducted by the Indian railways.

    for more information regarding exam ,papers, syllabus , eligibility and all you can visit the following links

    http://www.recruitment4u.net/2012/03...vacancies.html
    http://rrbsolvedpapers.blogspot.in/
    http://privatejobshub.blogspot.in/20...exam-2012.html

    wish you all the best..........

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    surendra1989 surendra1989 is on a distinguished road
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    Re: Railway jobs for Computer Science Engineering graduates? How to apply for Railway jobs after passing CSE course?

    Hello,

    After doing your Engg. in CSE you can apply for the jobs in Railways
    for the post of IT Officer,network administrator, and Engineer.

    The application can be applied through the Railway Recruitment Board(RRBs).
    There are seven RRBS in India for which a exam is conducted.
    For more details you can visit the sites of RRBs:
    http://rrbald.gov.in/

    G
    ood Luck.

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