Job Profile and Career Scope for Traffic Assistant after RRB NTPC

In India, the career scope for traffic assistant is high. In every city, there is a growing requirement for traffic assistants to check the train movement in the city street. However, to get a job, you need to undergo an entrance test and other recruitment process. To clear the entrance exam, you need to prepare well and get the complete idea about RRB group d syllabus and get your admit card to appear for the exam.

While running down through the RRB NTPC syllabus, you will get the basic idea about what the exam consists of and how the traffic assistant is all about.

What do the Traffic Assistant do?

Traffic assistants usually work to control the train movement and to avoid delays. There are common skills you need to carry to perform this job. In many cases, the traffic assistant will also need to work in two shifts. It is a tedious job, especially during holiday seasons when you will need to work for hours.

Some of the job responsibilities of traffic assistant involves:

  • Being alert throughout the day and keep a tab on every train passing through the station.
  • Maintaining a good communication with other railway officials is an important part of the job.
  • Need to work under the stationmasters to follow guidelines.
  • Need to check if there is any irregularities happening in the assigned department.

The traffic assistant working with the Railway will be paid as the 7th pay commission. The initial pay of the traffic assistant working with the railway is Rs 25000/- excluding the grade pay, TA, HRA, and DA. However, this may change as year by year.

  • Meeting Medical Standards

Aspirants taking up the traffic assistant job need to meetup with the medical standards. Under this, the distant vision should be 6/9 without glasses. Near vision should be 0.6 without glasses. Furthermore, the aspirant must pass from the colour test and night vision.

  • Promotion and Work Benefits

The individual working as the traffic assistant will be promoted to be a senior traffic assistant. The work of the senior traffic assistant will carry more responsibilities, and will come with higher salary and other benefits.

How to prepare for the Traffic Assistant Job?

To prepare for the traffic assistant job, you need to be mentally and physically ready. There are time when the job will be very tedious and you will need to work for extra hours. You need to prepare yourself for the same.

However, once you are thorough about the job and the responsibilities, it will be easy for you to take up the job and work accordingly. You need to go through the examination process. The exam would consist of different sections, preparing for them will help you to update your knowledge and mentally get prepared for the profession.

Other Posts under RRB NTPC

Traffic assistant is not the only post falling under the Railway Recruitment Board, but have other posts. This includes- Junior Clerk cum Typist, Good Guard, Junior Account Assistant and Station board. Every year, there are lakhs of aspirants who register themselves for these posts and appear for the exam. However, only free get eligible to get the ahead for the post and enjoy the luxury offered by these government jobs.

Getting a government job is not that easy as you think, and it goes same for the RRB NTPC posts. No matter how well you prepare for the exam, present yourself a promising candidate, you need to go through different types of candidate who can be eligible than you.

Selectors check every aspect of the candidate. The communication skill, arithmetical skills, pressure-handling skills and others. If you hold any of these or all, you are bound to hold the job successfully.  Check with employees working in RRB in mentioned positions. This will help you in getting the basic idea about the job nature. 

Updated: December 3, 2020 — 6:16 pm

The Author

Vishakha Mishra

Hi, I am Vishakha Mishra and a Content Writer. I am a post graduate and possess a lot of passion to write. I aspire for governmental recruitments myself thus, trying to share the important information with fellow aspirants.

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