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Rail Vikas Nigam Limited hiring "Site Engineer" for B.E/B.Tech Freshers, Across India - 20th March 2015




Rail Vikas Nigam Limited hiring "Site Engineer" position. B.E/B.Tech/B.Sc/MCA Freshers are eligible to this position. Interested and eligible candidates can apply through the below provided link starting from 10th March'15 to 20th March'15.



Company Name Rail Vikas Nigam Limited
Qualification BE/BTech
Experience Freshers
Job Role Site Engineer
Job Location Across India
Last Date 20th March 2015
Salary Rs. 27000 per month
Industry Core/Govt/Tech
Website www.123freshersjobs.com

Desired Profile:
  • Candidates should possess B.E./B.Tech in Civil Engineering, Electrical Engineering and Electronics & Communication Engineering with valid GATE 2014 or 2015 Score
  • Valid Gate 2014 or 2015 Score refers to that GATE Score which is valid from 28 March 2014 to 27 March 2016 (in case of GATE 2014) and from 12 March 2015 to 11 March 2017(in case of GATE 2015) and candidates are required to use only either of these scores in the application form
Important Note:
  • Interested and Eligible candidates can apply to this post online starting from 10th March 2015 to 20th March 2015.
Interview Details:
  • Interview of short-listed candidates will be held discipline-wise at Hubli or at a place decided by RVNL tentatively during the 2nd or 3rd week of April 2015
Apply Mode: Online

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About RVNL:
 
Indian Railway network particularly High Density Network, which connects the four Metro Cities of Delhi, Kolkata, Chennai & Mumbai including the diagonals is over saturated. Challenges of higher economic growth require leap forward capacity development strategy on Indian Railways. Paradigms of such a strategy required a shift from dependence on purely budgetary sources and internal surplus of Railways to mobilization of non-budgetary financial resources from private sector, banks, financial institutions, multilateral and bilateral agencies through a mix of equity and debt. The financial resources available from the traditional sources were found to be grossly inadequate to meet the requirement. The Ministry of Railways, therefore, had been considering various innovative methods of project distribution and creation of assets.












 
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