RRB JE Recruitment 2019: The online registration window for the recruitment of Railway Junior Engineer will close on Thursday (January 31). However, the last date to submit the application form is on February 7. The application process for the RRB JE Recruitment began on January 2, 2019, from 10 AM onwards. The RRB JE Recruitment conducted this year is set to be the first biggest recruitment of the year.Also Read - RRB NTPC CBT 2 Exam to Begin From Tomorrow: Check List of Guidelines, Special Trains For Candidates

Interested and eligible candidates can apply online at the official websites of the respective railway recruitment boards (RRBs) today. Candidates must be either graduates or diploma holders. They can apply for the posts of Junior Engineer (JE), Depot Material Superintendent and Chemical & Metallurgical Assistant to enter into the Indian Railways. Notably, the online payment mode will close on February 5. Also Read - RRB NTPC CBT 2 Exam City Slip Released For Pay Levels 4, 6; Here's How to Download

The national transporter will recruit a total of 13487 staffs to fill the vacancy. Currently, the selection process is underway for 1.3 lakh other posts such as assistant loco pilot, technician and various group D posts– in the Indian railways. Also Read - RRB NTPC CBT 2 Exam: Railways Warns Candidates of Fake Notification | Details Here

The Railway Board will accept the job applications that are available at the respective region-wise portals such as RRB Ahmedabad, RRB Ajmer, RRB Allahabad, RRB Bangalore, RRB Bhopal, RRB Bhubaneswar, RRB Bilaspur, RRB Chandigarh, RRB Chennai, RRB Guwahati, RRB Kolkata, RRB Mumbai, RRB Muzaffarpur, RRB Secunderabad, RRB Siliguri, RRB Thiruvananthapuram.

The selection process will commence after an initial screening of applications. It comprises of two computer-based exams followed by the verification of documents.

The online exam conducted as part of the selection process will be held in Assamese, Bengali, Gujarati, Hindi, Kannada, Konkani, Malayalam, Manipuri, Marathi, Odiya, Punjabi, Tamil, Telugu and Urdu languages. RRB was quoted by a leading daily as saying, ‘in case of any difference/ discrepancy/dispute in the Questions between English and the opted language, the content of English version shall prevail.’