Recruitment notice issued for the various positions for High Speed Rail Projects in India

MRT Online Desk Posted on: 2022-09-21 12:54:00 Viewer: 3,673 Comments: 0 Country: India City: New Delhi

Recruitment notice issued for the various positions for High Speed Rail Projects in India

New Delhi, India (Metro Rail Today):  The National High Speed Rail Transport Corporation Limited (NHSRCL), entrusted with the implementation of the proposed high-speed bullet train corridors in India, invited applications from eligible and experienced people for the following posts:-

DGM/Senior Manager - 1 post

Bachelor of Architecture from recognized institute/university with 11 years Post Qualification work experience

Manager/Assistant Manager - 2 posts

 Bachelor of Architecture from recognized institute/ university with Working in analogous grade E-3 and Minimum 02 years of post-qualification work experience (in E2 scale) for officers who have joined directly in E2 Scale.

Junior Manager  - 2 posts

Bachelor of Architecture from a recognized institute/university with minimum 2 years of post-qualification experience.

Grade/Pay-scales

  • DGM (Architecture): Rs 80,000 - 2,20,000
  • Senior Manager (Architecture): Rs 70,000 - 2,20,000
  • Manager (Architecture):  Rs 60,000 - 1,80,000
  • Assistant Manager (Architecture): Rs 50,000 - 1,60,000
  • Junior Manager (Architecture): Rs 40,0 - 1,40,000

Important points

  • Last Date for Submission of Application:  20th October 2022
  • Applications may be sent by post or by e-mail on the designated e-mail id i.e. [email protected] or may be submitted by hand at General Manager (HR), National High Speed Rail Corporation Limited, Asia Bhawan, Road #205, Sector-9 Dwarka, New Delhi-110077.
  • Click here to check the Official Notification.

The NHSRCL is a joint sector company of Govt. of India and Participating State Governments formed for the implementation of the High-Speed Train Corridor Project in India. It is one of the most ambitious projects in the rail infrastructure sector, to give the economy a boost and to build the first-ever high-speed rail corridor in India, between Mumbai-Ahmedabad.

  




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