SBP institute has started separate batches for Railway Ticket Collector (Abbr. TC), TTE (Travelling Ticket Examiner)/ TTI (Traveling Ticket Inspector). Here we not only focus on syllabus but also discuss the strategy to clear the exam. TTE / TTI / TC come regularly to motivate and guide the students. So interested candidates can join India’s leading institute and make their future bright.
Here SBP institute is sharing information regarding TTE / TTI / TC interested candidates can read this before start their preparation.
Indian Railways, the world’s fourth largest railway network, requires a variety of people at the administrative, technical and non technical operations, to work together for its smooth functioning. Besides the gazetted posts that falls under Group A and group B, there are Group C and D employees comprising of clerical staff, supervisors, skilled labour etc. Railway Ticket Collector is a group C level post in railway service and for applying to this post, one should have at least passed 10th standard.
Railway Ticket Collector (Abbr. TC), most commonly known as TTE (Travelling Ticket Examiner)/ TTI (Traveling Ticket Inspector) is one among the front line staff of Indian Railways having a first level interface with the passengers. They are the people who ensure that every passenger in the train is traveling with a valid ticket of appropriate denomination. It is the ticket collector’s responsibility to collect fine if someone is traveling without ticket.