A Complete Information On How To Become a TC/TTE In India?
In this post, You Will Know :
- How to become a ticket collector or TC and TTE in Indian Railways.
- What is the full form of TTE ?
- What is the full form of TC ?
Question: What is the full form of TTE ?
Ans: The TTE full form is Travelling Ticket Examiner Railway.
Question: What is the full form of TC ?
Ans: The TTE full form is Travelling Ticket Collector.
Question: How do TC/TTE work?
One person is deputed for the convenience of the passenger traveling by Indian Railways. Who checks the tickets of all the passengers and tells them their exact place. If a passenger does not have a proper travel ticket, then TTE also fines him something.
Usually TTE travels in the train and check the ticket of all the passenger whose are traveling in the train. If anyone of the passenger do not have ticket, then he/she make the fine for him without ticket traveling, after that make the ticket for the destination where passenger want to get off.
Ticket Collector, in simple word you can say TC. TC works to check tickets and platform tickets of all passengers who have tickets or not, who arrive at the railway station at the destination. If a passenger does not have a ticket or a platform ticket, he/she is fined for traveling without a ticket or coming to the platform of a railway station.
What is Qualifications For TC and TTE?
Ans. Candidates must have passed Matriculation with at least 50% marks in any subject For become a TTE / TC.
What is Age Limit for TC and TTE:
Ans. To become a TC/TTE, the age of the candidate should be minimum 18 years and maximum not more than 30 years. By the way, some relaxations are also given in this job according to the category in the maximum age limit. Relaxation in age limit of 5 years for SC/ST 3 years relaxation in age limit for OBC Indian Railways also provides relaxation in age limit to ex-servicemen for TTE jobs.
Physical Efficiency Requirement for TC/TTE Exam:
It is very important for the candidates to meet all the criteria set by RRB (Railway Recruitment Board). Vision Capacity –
- Far Vision or Distance Vision – 6/9, 6/12 with and without glasses
- Near Vision – 0.6, 0.6 with and without glasses
What is the salary of TTE/TC?
Ans. Although according to the 6th Pay Commission, the following pay scale is fixed for this post, but according to the 7th Pay Commission, now the pay band system is over and the candidates will get an even higher salary. Rs. 5200 /- – Rs. 20200 /- + Rs 1900 /- Grade Pay + DA + HRA + Other Allowances Overall around Rs 14,000 /- per month.
How to prepare for TTE/TC Exam?
Ans. Questions from General Knowledge, Reasoning, and General Maths are asked in the written examination for the post of TC and TTE. For this, the candidate should prepare for the competitive examination by buying the books of these subjects. Preparing for the upcoming examination by practicing solving previous years question papers will be very beneficial for any candidate, as this increases the percentage of success in the examination very much. What is the format of TC/TTE written exam:
What is the exam pattern of Railway TT?
Ans. 150 questions are asked in RRB TTE written exam which consists of questions related to General English, Maths, General Knowledge, Mathematical Reasoning, Comprehensive English, Current Affairs and Railways. All RRBs of Different Zones of Indian Railways issue notifications from time to time for Railway TTE Jobs. Interested candidates can apply for any of these posts as per their eligibility.
1: All the 17 RRB zones of Indian Railways keep issuing notifications from time to time for TTE/TC jobs. By checking these notifications, candidates should keep applying for the job. To become a TTE, one has to appear in these exams. 2: After passing the 150 marks exam conducted for TTE/TC, the candidates are given job training in a particular station or train. After the completion of training, candidates are given job postings.