Answer: There are Technical and non-technical two types of jobs available in the Railway Industry. Technical jobs are offered to the persons who have completed 3 years Diploma or 4 years B.Tech. Course. There may be some technical jobs where other professional qualifications like B.Sc., M.Sc. or B.C.A., M.C.A., or MBA with a technical certificate or working experience may get the job.2. What type of training can help in getting a job in the Railway Industry?
Answer: Basic engineering is taught in the B.Tech. or Diploma courses their application in Railways is taught in the short term and 11 month courses which make you ready to work in the Railway Industry. The course's name and duration are given in another section of this website3. Where can I get this training? Which colleges or Universities offer these training.
Answer: PG Diploma in Railway Signaling and Telecommunications of 11 months are available as a full-time regular course at Rayat Bahra University, Mohali, and MS Ramaiah University of Applied Sciences Bengaluru. Short term courses are offered online by Railway Industry experts associated as faculty with REDUTECH. Certificates issued are accepted in Industry. Other PG Diplomas are offered by UGC-approved universities online in association with REDUTECH. Send us your request to know more details.4. Can the fee for the course be paid in installments?
Answer: Yes, the course fee can be paid in installments. Loans from banks and NBFC offering education loans are also available.5. What type of jobs are available and what is remuneration?
Answer: Jobs are offered by multinational companies like SIEMENS, ALSTOM, RailTel, etc. Assistant Manager designation is offered generally to Engineering Graduate and Supervisor designation for Diploma Holders but may vary from company to company. The remuneration offered may vary from Rs.3 Lakh to 4 lakh and Rs.1.80 lakh to Rs.2.50 Lakh for Supervisor6. What opportunities are available for going abroad?
Answer: Railway expansion is happening globally in more than 125 countries across the globe and all these countries are looking for qualified and experienced technical professionals. There is a shortage of Manpower even in Australia, the UK, and Germany. So depending on the work experience and competency a Professional with 5 years or more experience can go abroad.7. What is pre-employment training and how do we take it?
Answer: Pre-employment training of six-month duration is offered on line to the students of 6-8th semester students. This training is offered for working in the Railway industry. The report after completion of the course can be submitted as an internship report required for completion of the B.Tech. degree. This training is paid a training price varies from Rs.35000 to Rs.50000. This includes PE training fees and 5 days of boot camp for practical learning. This training saves six months time because by the time the course is over you have learned the application of the engineering specific to the Rail industry.8. I am a diploma holder already in the job. I am willing to switch from my current job and join the Rail Industry. I also want to pursue the B.Tech course. How can I do it?
Answer: A Diploma holder with 60% marks or more can take lateral entry and join B.Tech. Course to complete in 3 years. You can continue in your job because the classes offered are online and work experience is considered in lieu of practicals which is compulsory to complete B.Tech. In the meantime, you can do the short term course based on which you get the job in the Rail Industry.9. I am not selected for a campus interview, how do I plan my career? What roadmap should I make for my growth?
Answer: A Diploma holder with 60% marks or more can take lateral entry and join B.Tech. Course to complete in 3 years. You can continue in your job because the classes offered are online and work experience is considered in lieu practicals which is compulsory to complete B.Tech. In the mean, you can do the short term course based on which you get the job in the Railway industry.10. What is the difference between Internship, Apprenticeship, and Pre-job training? Which one is good for my career growth?
Answer: An internship is a professional learning experience that offers meaningful, practical work related to a student's field of study or career interest. Internships are generally not structured and often focus on entry-level general work experience. The duration of the Internship may vary from One Month to Six Months
Apprenticeships include a structured training plan, with a focus on mastering specific skills an employer needs to fill an occupation within their organization. The duration of apprenticeships is generally 1 year but may vary as per need or the organization.
Pre-employment Training offers skill training before employment in a particular industry and it enables the candidate to learn the traits to perform after employment. The training structure is well designed as per the need of the industry the training also is given by the industry's experienced faculty. The duration of the training may vary from six months to one year.
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