Wednesday, December 15, 2010

NER RRC Physical Efficiency Test (PET) Written Exam Procedure

Railway Recruitment Cell (RRC) North Eastern Railway NER Physical Efficiency Test (PET) Written Examination Procedure 

Emloyment Notice for filling up of Group 'D' Posts in North Eastern Railway and DLW/Varanasi



Employment Notice No: NER/RRC/D/2/2010 

Date of issue 15.12.2010 

Closing Date 12.02.2011 

Closing Time 18.00 Hrs

RECRUITMENT PROCEDURE:- 13.1 All eligible candidates shall be required to appear in Physical Efficiency Test (PET). Organised in Divisions of N.E. Rly. except PH Candidate. The candidates who have been declared successful in PET shall appear in a written test. 13.1.1 Persons with disabilities may be exempted from PET for recruitment to the posts in Gr.’D’ categories identified suitable for them and be allowed to appear directly in the written examination after qualifying in the written examination such candidates have to pass the medical examination prescribed for persons with disabilities, so that they can be empanelled. 13.2 Candidates to a limited extent, in order of merit, out of those who obtain the prescribed minimum pass marks in the written test will be called for verification of original documents and identity and medical examination of relevant standard. There will be no interview. 

PHYSICAL EFFICIENCY TEST for all categories): The candidates should be able to perform the following physical efficiency test:-

MALE CANDIDATES; should be able to run a distance of 1500 meters in 6 minutes in one chance. FEMALE CANDIDATES; should be able to run a distance of 400 meters in 3 minutes in one chance.

NOTE: 1. The above given criterion for PET are only tentative and subject to modification. Changes, if any, would be advised subsequently. 2. Railway administration will not be liable/responsible for any loss/injury/damage, whether direct or consequential, suffered/incurred by any candidate during the selection, including PET. Candidates are advised in their own interest, therefore, to ensure that they are physically and otherwise fit to undertake the selection and observe due care to avoid injury/ loss/damage to either themselves or others during the process of selection. 13.4(i) CHOICE OF

DIVISION FOR PET:- PET will be conductd in the jurisdiction of the following Divisions.
(i) Izatnagar (ii) Lucknow (iii) Varanasi

Note:- (i) Candidates may note that they may not be allotted the preferred Division for PET. The venue of PET/Written examination once decided by Railwa administration shall be final. No request for change on whatsoever ground shall be entertained. (ii) The candidates may note that they may be posted anywhere in North Eastern Railway and in DLW/Varanasi irrespective of where the PET is held. (iii) For PET candidates may be required to stay one or two days more than the appointed day at their own cost. They have to make their own arrangements for lodging/boarding. (iv) Maintaining discipline by the candidates at the venue of PET is must. Any act of indiscipline will debar the candidate from consideration. The decision on this by the Committee at the venue will be final and binding. 13.5 The appointment of the candidates ;will be subject to their being found suitable after antecedent verification and medical fitness as per rules 

The selection of candidate by RRC/NER does not confer any ;right to the candidate for appointment. 13.7 RRC/ NER shall not be held responsible for any inadvertent error or mistake. 13.8. Written examination will be held on the same day simultaneously by all the Railways. Similarly Physical Efficieny Test (PET) will also be held during the same period simultaneously by all the Railways.

About Indian Railways:
Indian Railways operates about 9,000 passenger trains and transports 20 million passengers daily across twenty-eight states and two union territories. Sikkim and Meghalaya are the only states not connected by rail. A standard passenger train consists of eighteen coaches, but popular trains can have up to 26 coaches.

24 Coached Malwa Express
The newly launched Chennai-Salem Express
Coaches are designed to accommodate anywhere from 18 to 108 passengers, but during the holiday seasons and/or on busy routes, more passengers may travel in unreserved coaches. Most regular trains have coaches connected through vestibules. However, 'unreserved coaches' are not connected with the rest of the train via any vestibule.

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