Full Form Of ASM
Assistant Station Master
The Assistant Station Master is a full form of ASM. An ASM is probably the best at any railway or train station. The frequency of ASM varies on rail traffic at a station.
Responsibilities of an ASM
ASMs manage and distribute all railway station tasks. Some of an ASM's duties are:
- Manage and maintain the arrivals and departures of the satiation trains on time.
- Providing a comfortable work environment for technical as well as non-technical staff.
- Implementing a timesheet to track each train's departure and arrival times.
Criteria To be an ASM, candidates must:
- They have earned a bachelor's degree from a recognized board or university.
- An Institute of Rail Transport diploma in "Rail Transport and Management" might be helpful.
- Candidates should be over 18 and under 33.
- The candidates must be Indian.
The following details help for applying for the ASM post
|Board||Railway Recruitment Board|
|Reservation||Direct RRB: 60%, General: 25%, SC/ST and OBC: 15%|
|Average Vacancies per year||6000 persons|
|ASM Exam||RRB NTPC|
|Selection Process||Written Exam with Interview|
The written test has 150 questions on GK, GE, Math, and Aptitude.
Once a candidate passes their interview, they are trained. Candidates are educated about the many technical and administrative components of the post. Training lasts 8-10 months. All zonal railways have training schools.
ASM Skills Post
Railway jobs require energy and dedication. ASMs must be: Organized, committed, and professional. Problem-solving and question-answering require effective communication skills. Train timesheets require solid management abilities.
The ASM is a government post in the railway department with government perks.