Southern Railway Recruitment 2016

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Southern Railway released Notification Regrading Southern Railway Direct Recruitment 2016 . Southern Railway Has Invited Application Form For 05 Various Posts. All Eligible Candidates Are Required To check Eligibility details for Southern Railway Job Advertisement and Apply Online Before Or On 15-07-2016 (15th July 2016). The details of Southern Railway latest jobs alert Employment News, Careers, Vacancy, Syllabus, Interview Date, Interview Time, Admit Card, call Letter, Result, Merit List, etc.., Get more updates from www.freshersjobsway.in

Southern Railway Direct Recruitment

No Of Posts : 05    

Direct RecruitmentName of Post : 
1. Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery – 01
2. Orthodontics – 01
3. Neurology – 01
4. Rheumatology – 01
5. Pulmonology – 01


Qualification :  
1. Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery: M.D.S (Maxillo-facial and oral surgery) + + 3 Years Experience

2. Orthodontics : M.D.S (Orthodontist) + 3 Years Experience

3. Neurology: D.M + 3 Years Experience

4. Rheumatology: D.M + 3 Years Experience

5. Pulmonology: DTCD/ D.M + 3 Years Experience

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Age Limit : 
Candidates Age should not exceed 65 Years. Age relaxations will be applicable as per the rules. For Post Wise Age Details Go To Detailed Official Notification.

Pay Scale :
Pay Scale Details Go To Detailed Official Notification.

Selection Process : 
Selection Process Details Go To Detailed Official Notification.

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Application Fee :
Application Fee Details Go To Detailed Official Notification.

How to Apply :  
Candidates satisfying the above eligibility conditions are advised to download a copy of the application specified in the official website http://www.sr.indianrailways.gov.in and send the duly filled in application along with the copies of Certificates (self attested) in support of Educational and Technical qualifications, Community etc. should reach following Address (Address Mentioned in Official Notification) on or before 15.07.2016

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Address:
Office of the Medical Director,
Southern Railway Headquarters Hospital,
Perambur,
Chennai – 600023.

Important Dates to Remember :
Last date for Submission of Application: 15.07.2016

You may get other details about Southern Railway Direct Recruitment 2016 through this Official Notification.Interested aspirants can stay connected with web portal to achieve latest updates for Southern Railway.

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About Southern Railway
Southern Railway, in its present form, came into existence on 14th April 1951 through the merger of the three state railways namely Madras and Southern Mahratta Railway, the South Indian Railway, and the Mysore state railway.
Southern Railway's present network extends over a large area of India's Southern Peninsula, covering the states of Tamilnadu, Kerala, Pondicherry,and a small portion of Andhra Pradesh. Serving these naturally plentiful and culturally rich southern states, the SR extends from Mangalore on the west coast and Kanniyakumari in the south to Renigunta in the North West and Gudur in the North East.
Headquartered at Chennai, the Southern Railway comprises of the following six divisions.
1. Chennai
2. Tiruchirapalli
3. Madurai
4. Palghat
5. Trivandrum
6. Salem
The Southern Railway, headquartered at Chennai, Tamil Nadu, is one of the 16 zones of Indian Railways. It is the earliest of the 16 zones of the Indian Railways created in independent India. It was created on 14 April 1951 by merging three state railways, namely, the Madras and Southern Mahratta Railway, the South Indian Railway Company, and the Mysore State Railway. The South Indian Railway was originally created in the British colonial times as Great Southern India Railway Co founded in Britain in 1853 and registered in 1859. Its original headquarters was in Tiruchirappalli (Trichy) and was registered as a company in London only in 1890.
It covers the states of Tamil Nadu, Kerala, Puducherry and small portions of Andhra Pradesh and Karnataka. More than 50 crore passengers travel on the network every year. This zone of the Indian Railways differs from the other zones of India in that its revenue is derived from passengers and not from freight.
Chennai Central, Chennai Egmore, Ernakulam Junction, Thiruvananthapuram Central, Coimbatore Junction, Kozhikode, Thrissur and Madurai Junction are the A1 graded stations under Southern Railway Division. These are the busiest and most revenue-generating stations. Coimbatore North Junction, Trivandrum Kochuveli, Ernakulam Town, Erode Junction, Tirunelveli Junction, Kannur, Kottayam, Aluva, Tiruchirappalli Junction, Shoranur Junction, Salem Junction, Kollam Junction, Palakkad Junction, Katpadi Junction, Mangaluru Junction and Kayamkulam Junction are some of the other major stations. Many of the major stations are being upgraded to world-class standa
The Southern Railway is headed by the General Manager (HAG+) Officer, assisted by an Additional General Manager (HAG). Each department is headed by a PHOD\CHOD of the rank of HAG\SAG.
In 1944, all Railway companies were taken over by the Government. And three years later, when India woke up to independence in 1947, the stage was set for the integration of different Railways into smaller zones. In 1948, immediately after independence, there were as many as 42 different railway systems - a multiplicity of railway administrations, varying in size and standards.
The regrouping proposals put forward by the various committees were studied in great detail to ensure that a unification could be achieved with the least disturbance and dislocation. Important associations of railway-users, Chambers of Commerce and Industry, the State Governments and acknowledged experts both in India and abroad were fully consulted.
Shri N Gopalaswamy Ayyangar - the then Minister for Railways, was the principal architect of the regrouping of Indian Railways. In December 1950, the Central Advisory Committee for Railways approved the plan for Indian Railways into six Zonal systems, namely, the Northern, the North-Eastern, the Southern, the Central, the Eastern and the Western.
The Southern Railway zone (9,654 route km) was the first zone to be formed. Created on 14 April 1951 by the merger of the Madras and Southern Mahratta Railway, the South Indian Railway and the Mysore State Railway, the economic and geographical factors of this zone facilitated an early integrated network. This amalgamation was a major step towards streamlining and organizing the working pattern of the Railway system.
Shri K R Ramanujam was appointed the first General Manager of the newly formed Southern Railway.
1845 Madras Railway Company was launched.
1853 Madras Railway Company, registered in Chennai (Royapuram) began work.
1856 First passenger rail service began in Royapuram - Walaja Road route. Perambur loco workshop set up in Vaughan.
1857: Walaja road - Cuddalore route was proposed via: Katpadi, Tiruvannamalai, Tirukovilur.
1861: Beypore - Tirur (Kozhikode) route commissioned . Great Southern Railway of India Tiruchirappalli - Nagapattinam (broad gauge) up to 125 km from the gauge set. Walaja road - Cuddalore route was came to existence via: Tiruvannamalai, Viluppuram.
1862: Madras Railway Company's Tram way for local transport established in Chennai.
1864: Jolarpettai - Bengaluru mail began service.
1868: Service began in Nagapattinam - Tiruchirappalli.
1874: Great Southern Railway of India (SIR) renamed to South Indian Railway
1875: Nagapattinam - Tiruchirappalli conversion to metre gauge.
1879: Metre gauge line between Puducherry and Viluppuram formed according to an agreement between French Government and the British Government.
1891: Nilgiri mountain railway was commissioned.
1898: Mettupalayam (Coimbatore) - Coonoor service of Nilgiri mountain railway began. Olavakkode - Palakkad line constructed.
1898: Metre gauge line between Karaikal and Peralam formed according to an agreement between French Government and the British Government.
1899: Chennai - Vijayawada passenger service began. Boat Mail from Chennai to Ceylon, with passenger ship with a connecting service between Dhanushkodi (Rameswaram) and Ceylon started.
1902: Ernakulam - Shoranur path was set up.
1904: Kollam - Sengottai line was constructed.
1907: Mangaluru - Kozhikode line was constructed.
1908: Chennai Egmore railway station was built.
1918: Kollam - Thiruvananthapuram line was built.
1927: Shoranur - Nilambur line constructed.
1929: Chennai suburban railway service began.
1931: Chennai Beach to Tambaram metre gauge electric train service started.
1934: Ernakulam - Shoranur gauge conversion.
1951: Madras and Southern Mahratta Railway, the South Indian Railway Company, and the Mysore State Railway were united to form a new zone of the Southern Railway.
24-12-1952 Ernakulam - Kollam MG line - turning of first sod by Shri Jawaharlal Nehru, Prime Minister of India.
16-05-1956 Formation of Divisions in Southern Railway
23-08-1957 Opening of Renigunta - Gudur broad gauge section
00-01-1958 Opening of Ernakulam - Kollam metre gauge line
00-00-1958 Establishment of S & T workshop Podanur
00-00-1962 opening of Virudhunagar - Aruppukkottai metre gauge line
00-00-1963 opening of Aruppukkottai -Manamadurai metre gauge line
00-01-1965 Conversion of DC 1.5 kV electrified system to 25 kV AC system from Chennai Beach to Tambaram
02-10-1966 Creation of South-Central Railway and handing over of Bezwada, Guntakal and Hubli Divisions to SC Railway
23-11-1975 Broad gauge conversion of Ernakulam - Kollam MG section
13-09-1976 Inauguration of Thiruvananthapuram - Ernakulam BG section via Kottayam
00-00-1976 Tamil Nadu Express from New Delhi - Chennai Central started its operation.
15-07-1977 A train woke up the people of Madurai early in the morning. It was on that day at 6 am sharp that train no 135 down Vaigai Express began its inaugural journey from Madurai to Madras Egmore, with 16 yellow and green livery coaches and a matching YDM4 diesel loco, average Speed Of 70 km/h was recorded.
13-04-1979 Electrification of Chennai - Gummidipundi section
20-05-1979 Inauguration of Mangaluru - Hassan MG line
09-08-1979 Electrification of Chennai Beach - Korukkupet - Madras Central
02-10-1979 Creation of Thiruvananthapuram Division
29-11-1979 Electrification Chennai - Tiruvallur section
27-07-1981 Creation of Bengaluru Division
03-09-1982 Electrification of Tiruvallur - Arakkonam section
11-08-1984 Electrified train services Between Chennai - Katpadi
00-00-1984 Vaigai Express was bifurcated into Vaigai and Pallavan Express.
00-00-1985 Phasing out BG Steam locomotives
14-04-1987 Inauguration of EMU service Chennai - Avadi
25-07-1987 First solid state interlocking in Indian Railways at Srirangam Station
02-10-1987 Introduction of Computerised Passenger Reservation
06-08-1988 Inauguration of Karur - Dindigul BG line
15-10-1989 Opening of Ernakulam – Alappuzha BG line
16-09-1991 Inauguration of MRTS project between Madras Beach - Park Town
01-11-1992 Introduction of first Rajdhani Express in Southern Railway between Bengaluru - Nizamuddin
20-11-1992 Inauguration of Alappuzha - Kayamkulam BG line
00-03-1992 Electrification of Jolarpettai - Bangalore section
16-04-1993 Opening of Bengaluru - Mysuru BG line
21-10-1993 Inauguration of Karur - Dindigul - Madurai - Thoothukudi BG project
09-05-1994 Introduction of first Shatabdi Express between Chennai – Mysuru
31-08-1994 Inauguration of Chikjajur - Chitradurga - Rayadurg BG line
02-04-1995 Inauguration of Chennai Beach-Tambaram BG line
11-01-1997 Opening of Salem - Bengaluru BG line
19-10-1997 Inauguration of MRTS project between Madras Beach - Thirumayilai
22-08-1998 Inauguration of Tambaram - Tiruchirappalli (chord line) and Tiruchirapalli - Thanjavur opened after gauge conversion.
06-01-1999 Opening of Tiruchirappalli - Dindigul BG line
15-06-1999 Centenary Celebrations of Nilgiri Mountain Railway
23-07-2000 Inauguration of Electric traction between Thrissur-Ernakulam
13-10-2000 Opening of 100th Computerised Passenger Reservation Centre at Kovilpatti
30-10-2000 Commissioning of optical fibre communication link between Villupuram-Tiruchirapalli
22-11-2000 Inauguration of new BG line between Penukonda and Puttaparthi
2002: Southern Railway, Bengaluru and Mysuru divisions separated to form the South Western Railway. Ernakulam, Thrissur electrified.
2004: Flying train of MRTS started service from Mylapore to Thiruvanmiyur in Chennai .
2005: The Nilgiri Mountain train declared as one of the UNESCO World Heritage site.
2006: Vizhupuram - Mayiladuthurai (main line) gauge conversions started.
2007: First movement on Pamban bridge after broad gauge conversion.
2008: Virudhunagar - Manamadurai gauge conversion started.
2010: Vizhupuram - Mayiladuthurai (main line) services started.
2011: Sengottai - Punalur gauge conversion began.
2011: Madurai - Bodinayakkanur gauge conversion began.
2012: Thiruvarur - Pattukottai gauge conversion began.
2012: Dindugal - palani train service starts
14-07-2012 Virudhunagar - Manamadurai BG line opened.
2014: palani - pollachi train service starts
2015: pollachi - palagat train service starts
In 1944, all Railway companies were taken over by the Government. And three years later, when India woke up to independence in 1947, the stage was set for the integration of different Railways into smaller zones. In 1948, immediately after independence, there were as many as 42 different railway systems - a multiplicity of railway administrations, varying in size and standards.
The regrouping proposals put forward by the various committees were studied in great detail to ensure that a unification could be achieved with the least disturbance and dislocation. Important associations of railway-users, Chambers of Commerce and Industry, the State Governments and acknowledged experts both in India and abroad were fully consulted.
Shri N Gopalaswamy Ayyangar - the then Minister for Railways, was the principal architect of the regrouping of Indian Railways. In December 1950, the Central Advisory Committee for Railways approved the plan for Indian Railways into six Zonal systems, namely, the Northern, the North-Eastern, the Southern, the Central, the Eastern and the Western.
The Southern Railway zone (9,654 route km) was the first zone to be formed.[4] Created on 14 April 1951 by the merger of the Madras and Southern Mahratta Railway, the South Indian Railway and the Mysore State Railway, the economic and geographical factors of this zone facilitated an early integrated network. This amalgamation was a major step towards streamlining and organizing the working pattern of the Railway system.
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