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Railway Engineering Service (RES) Engineer

Railway Engineering Service (RES) Department handles the technical side of the Indian Railways, and is responsible for the construction and planning of the railway tracks, bridges, locomotive, and buildings. The RES is further divided into Indian Railway Service of Civil Engineers (IRSE), Indian Railway Service of Electrical Engineers (IRSEE), Indian Railway Service of Signal Engineers (IRSSE), and Indian Railway Service of Mechanical Engineers (IRSME). IRSE are responsible for managing the civil engineering organization of Indian railways, such as planning track routes, constructing railway station, bridges and tunnels. IRSEE are responsible for maintaining the assets of the electrical department in Indian Railways, such as power distribution networks, power generation, electrical distribution systems, and monitoring continuity of power supply. IRSSE controls the vast signalling and telecommunication infrastructure of the Indian Railways.  IRSME are responsible for the maintenance of the locomotives, wagons and carriages.

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