There is bad news for the job seekers at Indian Railways. Now the railway has abolished the positions of assistant cook, gardener, office, khalasi, typist and painter i.e. there will be no more recruitment in the future. It is reported that due to outsourcing, it has been decided to stop recruiting for these positions. The work of the departments where the posts have been deleted will be done through outsourcing. According to the Railways, recruitment to these posts has been abolished due to technical development. Now there is no more work for these posts. In addition, this decision was taken in view of the increasing expenditure of the railways.
Let us tell you that 14,329 posts are vacant in various categories of railways out of a total of 60 thousand employees, although these posts will be worked on through outsourcing. In this regard, let us inform you that the Chairman of the Railway Board has written a letter to all zonal general managers for personnel expenditure in this regard. The letter states that 67 percent of rail spending is spent on human resources. This is the reason why Indian Railways has decided to cancel the recruitment in all these posts and at the same time asked them to report the work of the workplaces and prepare and send a proposal for outsourcing to the board. This has been said so that a plan can be made on measures to reduce expenditure.
Railways has decided to transfer the employees who are already working at these posts to other departments. According to the chairman of the Railway Board, the necessary work should be outsourced to these vacant posts. In this regard, the process of surrendering many posts has also been initiated by the North Eastern Railway Administration. The process of surrendering 1,300 posts, including 434 assistant deco pilot posts in the Lucknow, Varanasi and Izzatnagar divisions, 120 posts of sanitation workers in the health department, 100 posts of TGTs and PGTs in railway schools and 50 posts in mechanical factories has been completed. † In addition, the report was also sent to the Railway Board.
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