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Trains Clerk : Essential Qualification, Salary, Career Scope & Selection Process

Job Profile of Trains Clerk (TNC) 

Job profile: Job of Train Clerk include checking the number of wagons and coaches in Railway yard, preparing train documents like Vehicle Guidance(VG), feeding these information in railway network terminals, giving and receiving information from control regarding train working, maintenance of registers related with working of trains etc.
The job can be in either in Stations or Control offices in Divisional/Zonal headquarters. Job of train clerk in Control office is fully indoor whereas job of station train clerk is partly indoor and partly  outdoor.

Recruitment
50%  of vacancies are filled by direct  recruitment  through Railway  Recruitment  Boards(RRBs). Out of total 25  %  of  the  post  in  the  categories  of  Section  Controllers,  Station  Masters,  Yard  Masters  and  Traffic  Inspectors,  10% will be filled through  Traffic Apprentices selected through Limited  Departmental  Competitive  Examination  (LDCE) from  amongst  serving  staff  (other  than  Ministerial)  in  the  Traffic  (Transportation)  Department  who  are  graduates  and  are  upto  40  years  of  age.
33-⅓%  of vacancies are filled by promotion  by  a  process  of  selection  from  eligible  Group  D  categories  of  Traffic and Commercial departments with 3 years of continuous  service.  This  minimum service condition does  not  apply  to  Scheduled  Castes  and  Scheduled  Tribes  candidates.
6-⅔%  by  promotion  entirely  on  merit  of  Matriculate  Group  'D'  employees  from  eligible  categories,  as  specified  by  the  Zonal  Railways  with  a  minimum  of  2  years  regular  service  in  the  concerned  seniority  unit  on  the  basis  of  a  competitive  examination  consisting  of  Written  Test  (85  marks  )and  Record  of  Service  (15  marks).   

Qualification for Direct Recruitment
Matriculation  or  its  equivalent  with  not  less  than  50%  marks  in  the  aggregate

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Career Scope:
Trains clerk (GP 1900)  
Sr. Trains clerk (GP 2400)  
Chief Trains clerk (GP 4200)
Train  Clerks/Senior  Trains  Clerks  are  also  eligible  for  consideration  for  promotion  by  selection  as  Goods  Guards  and Assistant Station Masters(ASM).

Selection Process : Written Examination followed by Document Verification.

Training: There will be 45 days training for Train Clerks in respective Zonal training institutes. Training module consists of General Rules and Coaching theory.

Salary:  Grade Pay 1900 as per 6th CPC / Rs. 19900 initial pay as per 7th CPC + Other admissible allowances.

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