The Government of India, the Dedicated Freight Corridor Corporation of India (DFCCIL) has issued a notification for the Walk - in recruitment of 7 Finance Officer/Jr. Finance Officer posts vacancies. The candidates who have passed required qualification for Finance Officer/Jr. Finance Officer posting, are eligible to apply for Dedicated Freight Corridor Corporation of India (DFCCIL) Finance Officer/Jr. Finance Officer Recruitment 2016-17.
Educational qualification for the Dedicated Freight Corridor Corporation of India (DFCCIL) recruitment 2017 must have completed CA/ICWA qualified, or b) MBA/Fin. Note: Candidates with CA/ICWA qualification will be given preference Dedicated Freight Corridor Corporation of India (DFCCIL) recruitment 2017. The age limit minimum 18 to maximum 35years as on 30.12.2016.
Name of the Organization: Dedicated Freight Corridor Corporation of India (DFCCIL)
Official Website: www. dfccil.gov.in
Location: Jaipur, Noida, Meerut, Mumbai, Ajmer
Name of the Post (Designation): Finance Officer/Jr. Finance Officer
Total Number of Vacancies: 7
Age Limit: 18-35 years
Educational Qualification: CA/ICWA qualified, or b) MBA/Fin. Note: Candidates with CA/ICWA qualification will be given preference.
Selection Procedure: Walk-in-Interview
Pay scale: 25000-35000/- Per Month
Apply Mode: Online processes
Last Date of Online Application: 21st January 2017
The Finance Officer is responsible for maintaining financial, accounting, administrative and personnel services in order to meet legislative requirements and support municipal operations.
The Indian Railways' quadrilateral linking the four metropolitan cities of Delhi, Mumbai, Chennai and Howrah, commonly known as the Golden Quadrilateral; and its two diagonals (Delhi-Chennai and Mumbai-Howrah), adding up to a total route length of 10,122 km comprising of 16% of the route carried more than 52% of the passenger traffic and 58% of revenue earning freight traffic of IR. The existing trunk routes of Howrah-Delhi on the Eastern Corridor and Mumbai-Delhi on the Western Corridor were highly saturated, line capacity utilization varying between 115% to 150%. Railways lost the share in freight traffic from 83% in 1950-51 to 35% in 2011-12. The rapid growth of Indian economy has created demand for additional capacity of rail freight transportation, and this is likely to grow further in the future. This burgeoning demand led to the conception of the dedicated freight corridors along the Eastern and Western Routes. Minister for Railways, made this historic announcement on the floor of the House in the Parliament while presenting the Railway Budget for 2005-06. In April 2005, the Project was discussed at the Japan-India Summit Meeting. It was included in the declaration of co-operation signed between the Hon'ble Prime Ministers of India and Japan for a feasibility study and possible funding of the dedicated rail freight corridors by Japanese Government. The feasibility study report was submitted to Ministry of Railways in October 2007.