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Senior Resident Vacancy

Central Railway
Job Description
Post Name : Senior Resident
No of Vacancy : 05 Posts
Pay Scale : Rs. 15600-39100/-
Educational Qualification : Post Graduate Degree or Diploma in the concerned specialty from University recognized by State/Central Government.
Age Limit : Maximum age limit is 33 years
Job Location : Mumbai (Maharashtra)
Selection Process : Selection will be made on Interview.
Application Fee : There is no application fee.
How to Apply : Interested Candidates may apply in prescribed application form along with original documents at the time of Interview.
Venue of Interview : Medical Directors Office, Dr.B.A.M.Hospital, Central Railway, Byculla, and Mumbai. 400027.
It all began one fine summer day on 16 April 1853. It was a single step of 34 kilometers from "Boree Bunder" (now Chhatrapati Shivaji Terminus) (now Thane). G.I.P. Railways first train ever to run on the Indian soil rolled out and changed the history of India, forever. It also marked the dawn of the Railway Age in Asia - the worlds largest continent.
The railway line was extended from Thane to Kalyan (20 kilometers) after about a year. From Kalyan, the railway line branched into two directions, viz. the North Eastern line leading towards Igatpuri and Bhusaval and the South Eastern line towards Pune and Solapur. It took 7 to 9 years to construct the lines through the two ghat sections (Bhor and Thull). The mountain barriers, which those lines surmounted, had only one parallel at that time in the history of railway construction - the Semmering Pass in the Austrian Alps. The period 1861 to 1870 was very important for the G.I.P. Railway, because during this period, the fast growing industrial town of Mumbai was linked with Calcutta, the imperial capital of India. During the same decade, Bombay (now Mumbai) was linked with Madras (now Chennai) as also with Nagpur.
Railways soon made rapid progress and put India on the world map of rail networks. Following on the footsteps of Great Indian Peninsula Railway and East India Railway, other railway companies were set-up: Bombay, Baroda & Central India Railway (BB&CI), Madras Railway and many others. Then came a time when there were as many as 42 railway companies. After mergers it came down to 25. Later, after independence, in 1951 these 25 railways were regrouped into 9 zonal railways. Central Railway has since then grown manifold and till 2003 was a vast network of 7151 route kilometers and 10896 track kilometers connecting 812 stations.
From 1.4.2003, after the reorganization of zonal railways, Central Railway is a network of 3832 route kilometres and 5818 track kilometres connecting 476 stations over 5 divisions spanning across the states of Maharashtra, Madhya Pradesh, and Karnataka plays a key role in the progress of the nation as a carrier of passenger and freight traffic.
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About Central railway
It all began one fine summer day on 16 April 1853. It was a single step of 34 kilometers from "Boree Bunder" (now Chhatrapati Shivaji Terminus) (now Thane). G.I.P. Railways first train ever to run on the Indian soil rolled out and changed the history of India, forever. It also marked the dawn of the Railway Age in Asia - the worlds largest continent.

The railway line was extended from Thane to Kalyan (20 kilometers) after about a year. From Kalyan, the railway line branched into two directions, viz. the North Eastern line leading towards Igatpuri and Bhusaval and the South Eastern line towards Pune and Solapur. It took 7 to 9 years to construct the lines through the two ghat sections (Bhor and Thull). The mountain barriers, which those lines surmounted, had only one parallel at that time in the history of railway construction - the Semmering Pass in the Austrian Alps. The period 1861 to 1870 was very important for the G.I.P. Railway, because during this period, the fast growing industrial town of Mumbai was linked with Calcutta, the imperial capital of India. During the same decade, Bombay (now Mumbai) was linked with Madras (now Chennai) as also with Nagpur.

Railways soon made rapid progress and put India on the world map of rail networks. Following on the footsteps of Great Indian Peninsula Railway and East India Railway, other railway companies were set-up: Bombay, Baroda & Central India Railway (BB&CI), Madras Railway and many others. Then came a time when there were as many as 42 railway companies. After mergers it came down to 25. Later, after independence, in 1951 these 25 railways were regrouped into 9 zonal railways. Central Railway has since then grown manifold and till 2003 was a vast network of 7151 route kilometers and 10896 track kilometers connecting 812 stations.

From 1.4.2003, after the reorganization of zonal railways, Central Railway is a network of 3832 route kilometres and 5818 track kilometres connecting 476 stations over 5 divisions spanning across the states of Maharashtra, Madhya Pradesh, and Karnataka plays a key role in the progress of the nation as a carrier of passenger and freight traffic.
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