Which are the eligible engineering streams for Railway Senior Section Engineers Vacancy?

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Asked on October 11, 2018 3:25 pm

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The Senior Section Engineer is a Group C non-Gazetted Post in the Railway department. The SSE is the backbone of all engineering departments as they coordinate, monitor and execute all engineering related works in the field as well as in the workshops.

The Graduate Engineers who really want to work in the biggest central government organization they should know about the eligibility for the post.

I have collected the all engineering Branches list which is being considered by the Railways to call the applications from the young graduates;

  • Civil Engineering
  • Mechanical
  • Electrical
  • Electronics
  • Manufacturing
  • Mechatronics
  • Industrial
  • Machining
  • Instrumentation & Control
  • Tools & Machining
  • Tools & Die Making
  • Automobile
  • Production Engineering
  • Information Technology
  • Communication Engineering
  • M.Sc Electronics

The candidates who have passed with any combination (check official notification for more info) of above-listed branches are also eligible to participate in the Railway SSE recruitment process.

Download SSE Official Notification

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Indian Railways Sr. Section Engineer job is good to start the career after graduation in the Government sector. There is no bar to any Engineering stream for the Chief Depot Material Superintendent post in the Railways. It means that all B.E. or B.Tech passed out from any engineering branch can apply for this post.

The Chief Depot Material Superintendent is equivalent to the Sr Section Engineer and has same pay scale, salary & allowances. So those who can't fill out the SSE form due to their individual branch can apply for the Chief Depot Material Superintendent.

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