148463 vacancies will be filled in next one year

Indian Railway will fill 148463 vacancies by next year. Check the details below.

Indian Railway Recruitment 2022-23: Following a grand initiative by PM Narendra Modi to confirm 10 lakh jobs under ‘mission mode’, Indian Railways has announced to recruit 1,48,463 people in the next one year, as per a PTI report. On an average, only 43,678 people were recruited if compared annually over the past eight years.

On top of this, according to the latest annual report of the Department of Expenditure on Pay and Allowances, out of 40.78 lakh sanctioned posts, 21.75 per cent are vacant, with only 31.91 lakh regular central government civilian employees (which include) in union territories. ) till March 1, 2020.

The report said that about 92 per cent of the total manpower is covered by five major government ministries or departments including Railways, Defense (Civil), Home Affairs, Posts and Revenue. Of the total number of 31.33 lakhs (excluding Union Territories), the percentage share of Railways is 40.55.

Also, various departments and ministries were asked to prepare the details of vacancies following Modi’s instruction to recruit 10 lakh people, according to government sources.

According to the Ministry of Railways, from 2014-15 to 2021-22, the total recruitment was 3,49,422 with an average of 43,678 per year, while in 2022-23 it will recruit 1,48,463 people.

Apart from this, the Ministry of Railways has the largest share of 35.06 percent of the total expenditure on salaries and allowances in 2019-20.

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Northeast Frontier Railway (NFR) Recruitment 2022: Apply for 5636 Apprentice Posts @ nfr.indianrailways.gov.in

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